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"mida" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast

Riders Lounge Podcast

02:35 min | Last month

"mida" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast

"Well we got a bit off topic day maybe just because it was getting light the tasting too good and I just wanted to play some games. I want to thank fobbing taking the time to sit down between the craziness that is his life of painting houses in Rhode and tile and the Coburg region in Germany if you based in Germany and want to renovate your house and make it look like the Bee's knees and to the absolute highest quality. Then you need to look no further than foggy. I'm pretty sure after listening to this. Podcast you can hear. The FOB is an absolute perfectionist. And that's exactly how. He approaches painting houses and anything else so out his company. It's Malla Gesellschaft bows ox. Ross for keeping US hydrated throughout this interview. I made myself a little mixed of ten Zeppelin with the pills and the alcohol freebies knowing that was at home and he could enjoy a couple of BS and I certainly didn't miss out by having a couple of the alcohol-free Tannin's up lapels which tastes almost exactly the same because the worst thing would be to go somewhere in think you're missing out by not having a b. but with the Tannin's depth range. They've got it covered in what's most important is. It tastes absolutely perfect to find out. More about roadhouse. You can visit their website at roadhouse dot. Da and better yet. Click on the find US tab. I think it's the third TAB along on the website put in your postcode and see how close to Awesomeness. You are if you enjoyed this interview. Please subscribe to this podcast. Whatever platform you're listening to it on and give it a nice big five star rating also. Check IT OUT. Instagram facebook and youtube channels for special content videos and photos of our guests that come on some good some bad some just funny and if you have any comments suggestions or you have a favorite route of the interview. Just let me know a tag on instagram. Which is where I spend most of my time just scrolling and looking at Kufa as just Mida Bikes and in general and it also just keeping your wife from looking at facebook scientists at the moment. So yeah get on instagram. Actually there is a much better way to use my time on my fine right now. The new T. M. X. Games this is motocross has just been released in Beta version on both the IOS and android versions. So I'm just going to go and get some practicing. See if account turn into a pro e fx catchy light..

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The Intermittent Fasting Episode

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

09:51 min | 5 months ago

The Intermittent Fasting Episode

"All right so people out there who don't know what intermittent fasting is or why they should consider doing it. Can we talk a little bit about that. Just like a quick overview of what it is and is it solely for weight loss or other other benefits as well. Yeah that's a great question and I mean interface. Intermittent fasting in and of itself is just extended periods of not eating eating. And so there's a lot of different types which we can go into. But it's you know fasting for a period of time more than just an overnight fast which most of us do anyways unless you wake up in the middle of the night with a good president of us so you know and it's something really you know I know it's it's in the news now and it's very timely but it's around when you think about it in different religions and cultures all over the world for thousands of years so this is nothing new and I think if anything I'd love your audience understand that this really is not a diet fad. I this is one of the most scientifically validated and there continues to be more more and more research looking at different aspects of intermittent fasting and while many people started for weight loss. There's actually a lot of research showing that it helps. UPS with diseases like diabetes and prediabetes. When done correctly it can help with heart health and it can even help with longevity some some of the scientific basis of restricting food for a period of time that type of stress that that causes on your body can actually stimulate your or basically your cells to regenerate themselves better so there's actually maybe some anti-aging benefits to it and and healing benefits? Let's from this time restricting your food and fasting for certain periods of time so scientifically yes. Weight loss's a great bonus but even if you don't don't lose weight by doing this research has shown that you can help improve. How your body response to insulin? Thereby decreasing your risk of diabetes. And there's there's many different things it's actually very exciting and we're really starting to see more of the obesity meeting that. I went to actually in Las Vegas ironically in November are they did an entire symposium on this so this is really starting to move to the forefront of not just obesity medicine but general nutrition medicine a- as well that's amazing. I love hearing that because I have so many questions relating to that so before we even jump into those. Is there a period of time. That is a minimum period period of time to not eat in order to experience those benefits. Yeah I think most of the research looks at a minimum of sixteen hour fasts as your are easing into it. You can certainly start with even a twelve hour fast. I think there is clinical benefit to that And that really. You know if you think about historically how we used to eat before electricity and different Technology and that sort of thing really you would have dinner and then and when the sunset you know there wasn't much to do when you didn't have seven thousand channels on TV or Netflix or digital so people went to sleep so you know a seven to seven Kevin Window for eating. The twelve hours would be physiological but most of the research shows that it's really that sixteen hour mark of not eating and that where you begin to see the clinical benefits. And that's actually what I do. I do the sixteen eight and I was wondering and people out there are wondering as well L. is this. I know you're saying there other benefits but is it more of a calorie game like people are asking if they just sort of restrict their calories. Because if I'm only eating for eight hours I know him eating. Probably three to five hundred fewer calories than I normally eat on average if I eat those same number of calories and I spread it out throughout the day longer. You're you're saying that you won't lose weight quickly. You don't I'm saying that you're not gonna get all the benefits of it it it it's a different. It's different physiology. So that's simple caloric reduction what we're doing with intermittent fasting is. We're actually changing your metabolism your really voting by not giving giving the body fuel during a certain period of time. You get hormonal changes. That actually have benefits that far. Go beyond calories. So it's it's not the same at all there is actually something that's happening with our physiology with you know cell turnover with things called Mida Qendra. These are the powerhouses of your cell that generate energy. It's shown that increases the creation of new Mitochondria. I feel so much more energy doing it. What do report that? It's funny because I personally can't do it. I know that's crazy. I've tried it. I just I I really. I'm not sure which is is really important. Point is that there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to the sort of thing so I choose to try to get my longevity benefits from exercise and stress management although I'm not very good at that but You know there was all these things happening in your body increases. Something called a tough Aji which is basically when your body is cleaning up. The birdie cells are the dead cells in your body that toxic wait. Fasting can actually improve a tough G. So there's there's all these things on a cellular and biochemical hammock level. That are probably a little bit more exciting to people like me but you benefit from those by doing it and you don't even realize like those big words so I've I've also heard and I have friends that do this and they're like. Oh why I have coffee but I put cream. I put creamer in the coffee and the sixty calorie rule and as long as you don't exceed sixty calories salaries then you're still considered in fasting mode. What are your thoughts on that you know? I haven't seen any data to support that m you know all the studies. I'm sure that calories sneak in there. I would say if you are going to do that. Probably what I would discourage you from having any sugary Greek calories so a little bit of cream that has more fat to it may be okay but The sugar which then will trigger release of incident to insulin can really offset any of the benefits so or at least interfere. You Know I. It's interesting because some people think you know if if you feel like your blood sugars dropping really hungry you WanNa grab like a gummy bear or something to give you instant energy but you're saying that with throw off the fast more so I'm saying that would probably when we look at you know hormones like insulin that are going to respond very quickly to blood. I mean that's what you're doing. You're getting your blood sugar. But you're also triggering a release of insulin so not that it completely d d You know defeats the purpose but if we're really trying to follow it for optimal benefits I think trying to limit That sort sort of thing. You know but I've never heard of a sixty calorie rule. That's probably something made a made up. It sounds really cute. But there's nothing magic about the sixty galleries as far as Zeina from a scientific standpoint and a lot of people also want to know like what if you're super hungry and you have headaches like does that just mean fasting is not for you or is that something that will go away after you do it for a few days. I never experienced those things so I don't I don't know but a lot of people are saying they feel very like they're gonNA faint and they're are really hungry so what should they do. Yeah I think it's but maybe they that's the type of person that should ease into it a little bit more and start get their body. You know the other thing. That is very very interesting. Is that You know there's something called metabolic flexibility. which is your body's ability to go between carbohydrates and fat as as a fuel source and maybe some of those people I mean? Most of us have ample supplies of fat that we should be able to drawn to keep our blood sugar figgers stable. And that's you know that to keep our energy levels up to fuel our body we have storage forms of of of carbs in our muscle. Everybody he does so you know I would say with somebody like that. I would try to ease into it a little bit more. You know. It's a complex question. I mean but then again I mean for me. I really have a hard time with it. I have tried it I do. I feel like I get very hypoglycemic and I don't like how. Oh that feels that my feel whether or not you know I skip breakfast or dinner and neither of those are good for me but but speaking of that you'll probably away. This may come up a little bit later but I think one of the biggest mistakes that I see with people who do intermittent fasting is choosing the wrong window and research is very clear that if your window is so for example if you do a twelve. PM To eight PM. That's worse for you than doing doing like a ten. Am to six PM. The earlier window is better. Because you're wait wait say that again. So you're saying you should not eat between twelve and eight it. It should your window of so for you. You have an eight hour window that you eat right. What time is that usually usually eleven to seven? Okay so yours adds no ten to six is better. That's what a lot of the research has been I think eleven to seven is more livable. The later it gets the worse it gets because what we know is that even if you're eating exactly the same thing we your body metabolize it different later in the day and in some cases I've seen with the time restricted feeding or intermittent fasting. They're all different names for the same thing with the later window. They actually have worse metabolic outcomes where their cholesterol and blood sugar get worse so the eating window is very important. So you can't save all of your calories and binge on a huge dinner and get the benefits. That's what I'm saying

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"mida" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"mida" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Stephen Bartolotta with. Arlington. Police says someone in a silver Mercedes Benz opened fire at a vehicle northbound three sixty between park row and division street. Very shocked. In the back. Vehicle. And there were no injuries reported says it's unclear what happened that led to the shooting. He says, regardless of what did happen. It's no excuse. There's nothing that happens on the road. Right. Like this anything remotely close? Investigators are going through text out surveillance footage to see if they can identify the suspect vehicle and they're asking for anyone with information to come forward. Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Dallas police officer who was shot in the line of duty has accepted an award for showing exceptional courage while overcoming adversity. Crystal L MIDA was shot responding to a call in two thousand eighteen her partner was killed. She accepted the Feodor Roosevelt award today at Dallas police headquarters. There are not thinking that I can say to everyone. I I like to thank God. Forgive me, the strength to heal specis. I have and really me to continue living my life. I'll MIDA return to work three months after the shooting, but she lost sight and one of her eyes and is still in physical therapy. The masters tournament has north Texan in the hunt for the green jacket. But now, it's not Jordan Spieth SMU grad. Bryson to Shambo is six under tied for the lead. With brooks. Kepco this shot came on eighteen to a little farther back. Decision. Jambo cheating. On just one behind rather on seventeen there. But it's been a rough day for speed. However, he currently sits at four over par. Also, Phil Mickelson is it five under Dustin Johnson in poultry.

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New DNA evidence may expose infamous murderer Jack the Ripper

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

New DNA evidence may expose infamous murderer Jack the Ripper

"He is arguably the most infamous serial killer in history. And now researchers in Liverpool say DNA from a blood covered Shaw that belonged to victim Catherine eddoes may have identified Twenty-three-year-old polish barber Aaron kuzminsky as Jack the ripper investigators had considered him a prime suspect in the brutal murders in London's white chapel area in eighteen eighty eight. Researchers say they compared fragments of MIDA Conrail DNA from the Shaw with Kaminski's known living descendants because Minsk he died in an asylum

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"mida" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"mida" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"And I'm like standing on my stand this like getting ready and choosing. Like, you have to think he's in a bare headed bathrobes. So it actually looks like a cute little teddy bear head on her head. And I'm there working. I'm like in the zone. What am I going to ask this guy? Like oh shit. He's got some really deep stuff about MIDA contra, and the my but starts wiggling, and I'm like the fuck is going on. And the funny thing was unlike I know, exactly what. Having my wife right now is torquing. Like in her mind because it's like sexy and cute. It's like that forgives all and I'm like trying to fuck in work and like. To be annoyed when I'm in a pencil. Here's the thing. Like, you can't allow yourself with because honestly years ago, my I m tation was to be like do you not get like what I'm trying to do? And then I thought how big of an asshole argue like what are you doing? It's when somebody's being playful would should be something that you welcome. And encourage in your relationship when they do that. You just can't be emotionally punishing. You can't be cold. So it's like even though unlike totally in my zone, and I'm not interested in breaking out of my zone. I wanna reward the playfulness. And so like gave you a loving, Pat, and a touch and a kiss, and then helps you do your culture. And it's like all of that, you have to be careful to be honest. I don't know if you've noticed I didn't more now have United that recently. Now that you ask it maybe a little bit. I've deliberately been doing more because I've noticed specifically it hits me more in the mornings. I think because I just woken up on usually energetic at energetic. We complete opposites like that. But the reason being is a lot of it. It's been kind of weighing on me recently. Maybe recently over the last few months. That we do. It is Monday to Friday is what the time we interact as business partners and a husband and wife, and you know, obviously, the guests that we have on on health theory and stuff it just really makes me think if we could die tomorrow. And like if I died tomorrow, I do want to make sure that I'm having one moment. Just one moment it can be thirty seconds. But that one moment of connection for me. It really does bring me so much joy it really does. And so in the mornings now, a I put on the song puts me into good mood because sometimes a wake-up Ryan, you we've got a million text messages between us and the teams on these wrongs on the hasn't been released. This problem with an edge of something. And it puts you in a state of mind. And when I then think of the state of mind, Well, I I realized I was always saying Hello to the puppies in the morning. A mean you head mooning, and then we'd post each other. And I was like this isn't a way to sustain a life. If we want to live to one hundred hundred and fifty and then also. Joanie? And then also like what if you get hit by a call tomorrow? So I've just been thinking about myself to myself kind of like with the coach showers. I'm in the coach our for five minutes. But it's changed. My mindset like it does something to my mind in the morning. It's like yes fuck. Yes. You can do this laser no one can take this away from you know, one did it for you did it. And so there's that win. And so for me even with doing something like what in this morning. It really is. I've had this study seconds where I've made you smile, and you I always have this cheeky look on my face because I'm like. Look at that kid. That's like me, but I do on purpose because that little grin that you give me is so fulfilling to me in a day. Then we may literally not say two words to each other. Or if we do it's business just gives me a nice little moment. So things like that. I specifically Pap Asli due to break out of Epping just business. And I know that you don't do that Sma how your mind works. It's not how your vibe is. So I see it as my responsibility to come and do something..

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"mida" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"mida" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"But this is my own into the these data these data that I saw she suggested that the hyperglycemia not just go to solve but other gluco, and including other hormones from the adrenal glands could really become toxic to the mitochondria tiny doses. And it was basically jettisoning broken strands of MIDA Conrail DNA that base kicked off immune responses, and sort of you had these inflammatory responses that resulted from an immune response to Kondracke DNA being damaged by cortisol. So bringing it back to kind of inner table trivia, the other thing about my cultural DNA interesting is it comes from one parent. So. Yeah. Tell us what that's all about. And why that's the case. And what the we don't. Yeah. I mean again too big questions in the field. One is why we still keep those genes. We just went over. I you know, it's kinda like it doesn't trust. And then the other one is wide is a come from them. And there's an implication there, which is you have far less dilution by generation you'd do but wide nature select, I'm as I have I don't I you know, I'd have a good explanation. Even teleological you don't have time. I really don't we think more about the function of might Qendra. I mean, there's a whole group of people who think about the bottleneck of mighty Kandal DNA being passed on. But I I actually I don't have a good explanation toy it's a fascinating. I think lots of people have very interesting ideas around it. But to be honest with you why we continue to have those jeans. And why does it come from the mom, I think these are still outstanding? Banding questions in the field something that my lab doesn't work on. And you know, as, you know, Peter, I don't comment on things that I don't work on his because you can speculate, but you wanna have good data. But I do wanna talk about one aspect of my condo DNA. And this is in my wheel house as which has nothing to do with those two question, which is a third role going back to signaling. Right. So if you think that h two two, so what is my condo dump into the side. Applies ATP for energy. We think h two two for signalling, you know, to do immune responses exercise at cetera. What else could it release? Well, one of the things that could release his mighty condo DNA. Which would then kick off an immune response. The only thing about that. High pot uscis that I struggle with is how do you release mighty Kandal DNA in physiological way without not releasing sido chrome, see? So you're saying maybe all the damage. That's well, okay. I'll give you an answer by making this up now. But maybe you are. Also releasing side chrome see side from see results in the Totic death of the cell, but the DNA gets into the plasma. Which is where the immune system begins to recognize it. So you could still have a practice at the cellular level but globally, right? So locally upto toasties globally. You have the immune response. So it depends on that cell die. Yes. Which makes sense. That's okay. You're saying I don't see a way that that could happen with an intact cell just willy nilly passing off its mccown real deny that makes sense. Yeah. So that's and people have sort of propose it could do that. And and and maybe can I'm open to the idea. But someone's gotta show me how you selectively release some might Kandal DNA without believing everything else else, you know, and where h two two. An ATP get released in a much more benign fashion with AT. He has an active transit as an active translates to two goes by diffusion. We think so probably maybe vedic channels voltage dependent an-and channels could maybe released the superoxide which then gets converted quickly to to to right outside the mitochondria. So again, the mechanisms of you know, it's kind of like water right before the aqua porn were just water. Just visit right now, there's active transport actually pioneer was at your institute at Hopkins. Right. Got the Nobel prize for the Aquaphor. I didn't know. And so when we think about signaling the simple idea is what gets released ATP what gets released with us side or chrome see getting released. That's the key. Right. Sata chrome secrets released. Doesn't matter. Doesn't matter. Everything is the cells on its way to die. So what gets released so we know hydrogen peroxide ATP and metabolites metabolites are always being released..

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"mida" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"mida" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"I love that. Because that's really what the crux of it is is that's about matching your genes, the correct environment. And you know, a lot of these variants that people consider to be negative or a risk or anted this. They, you know, give people a survival advantage at some point in history. And you know, I think it's really important to reframe that because none of these things are like a death sentence. None of these things are saying like you have this thing. And you can't do anything about it. It's more about finding the right environment. That's gonna you know lead to the right expression for you. We'll give you a pretty neat example. There's there's a gene called f H E R. Sorry, H F E and people at certain variant carrier risk for what the call haemochromatosis or excess iron the blood, and there's a lot of people who have that risk. But during the during the middle ages in that evil times during the plague. That variant actually gave people a survival advantage. And so there's kind of a bottleneck in human genome where more people survived the plague that had that particular age f variant, and so that's why you see, you know, pretty strongly in European descended populations. You know, now, it's it can, you know, give people excess iron. But at that point, it was a total survival advantage. What did the excess iron back then do to help them survive? You know, I'm not sure I don't know that much about the actual pathogen that was causing causing that z is I just know that that that is very interesting because I mean, it makes a lot of sense too. Because you know, we do need iron in our body iron. Does a lot of things, unfortunately, though, like, you know, can go the other way too, especially in this day and age where we're eating a ton of meat, and, you know, this hidden iron and a lot of things to a lot of the time people have excess iron and it does negative things like it can cause different inflammation. It can. You know, a whole different types of things that can feed different viruses and things like that like heavy metals. So yeah, man there there's a lot to it. There's a lot to looking back to. It's like, why do we have this, gene? Why don't we have that team? But you know, you dig few hundred years back a few thousand years back and made a lot of sense as the specific gene help people live help people survive different types of environments and climates. What are so what does a couple of the other ones that stick out? Is there any other big ones that that gene wise that you know, that that that stick out to be beneficial or non beneficial or maybe something that people should look into testing for? Yeah. I mean, there's a there's a number of them. Let's see one of my favorites. Is this one called P R G GCE one a p P A R A. And it's a it's a big player in mighty Conrail function. And might contra by Genesis, which is the ability to create new MIDA Qendra and people with a certain variant of it are either going to be, you know, better at creating new mighty Qendra, especially in response to cold and response to cold exposure, a probably imagine you're familiar with like women off. Yeah. I just had him on the show a couple of weeks ago. Yeah. Awesome. I was that interview. Who's awesome, man? He's a really cool too. Yeah. I'd love to win. Yeah. I'd love to know what his people juicy when a variant is because people would. Yeah. So so people with this with one variant responded, really well, the cold and they're a bowl to churn on they're able to turn their medical. Andrea and produce more heat produced more mitochondria. And then people on the other side of things don't respond, very well at all. And so there's the people that like never really adapt to the cold. There's there's people that are kind of in the middle kind of in the middle. I have the the hetero variant, meaning I have one Leo of one and one of the other, and I do okay with that. My wife has really good good gene for that one. And I've been doing cold exposure like for two years, and she just started about two months ago, and she can stay in longer than I can't now..

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"mida" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

13:54 min | 1 year ago

"mida" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Back to the pet doctor on pet life radio the doctors in and we'll see you now Dr Albright. Thank you so much for being with us to date, this topic that I find extremely timely because I feel somewhat guilty myself. I have cats I work a lot and not always air with them. I'd had senior pets and I just wanna keep their little minds sharp. So thank you for being with us. You're welcome. Thanks for allowing me to come talk about something that actually is really important topic, especially with seniors. I think that a lot of us think that oh, yeah. They're just old that aging and dementia somewhat seemed to go hand in hand. I was reading that the human brain starts to lose some of its sharpness starting at forties. Like, oh my goodness. And with each decade we lose about five percent. Moore's like, oh, so it's not really just my fault. But does it happen pets too? It does. So we know from pretty controlled. Research projects that dog start losing their ability or they start kind of falling behind the younger dogs starting about age six and all those cognitive tests. So that tells us it's a pet owner. We should start trying to provide some of these sort of environmental enrichment and mental stimulation, I mean, really throughout the animals lives. But there's some really exciting research going on not so much in the dog and cat world. But I think we can learn a lot from both the rodent studies and the human studies about how much environmental enrichment and exercise. I mean, you can almost look at him like medications these days they are changing the structure of our brain to help improve our memory in our kind of cognitive sharpness. And and I think it's not there's some studies to show that early studies. But in dogs and cats to that, that's really important. You're talking about age six is like, oh my goodness. I. Tell clients set, you know, about seven is when they're starting to entering their senior years, we should do blood work, and we should really start to pay attention. But how six for a lot of us know when you get your pet at age six just seeming to get their stride. And now you're saying that oh that's kind of like that forty year old person were starting to lose it. What are some of the signs of a pet that might be losing it where we ask people to look at something. We call dish that stands for d disorientation. I interaction changed. So social interaction changes s for sleep wake cycle, h for house soiling issues that they start to kind of lose their house training a for anxiety and a also so to as and one for activity level. So if you're seeing any changes in those dot can let us know that there may be something going on. But also keep in mind. On both of veterenarian and the behaviorist and veterinarian in me, we've seen all sorts of changes. You just wouldn't think would cause the same issues everything from dental disease my own little dog, and I sort of hesitated and getting a pretty extensive mouth extraction in him, and I have been treating him for teen on cognitive disorder, which is the very similar pathophysiology to human Alzheimer's disease. So I had started to treat him with some of the supplements. We have some diet changes. You know, really starting to look at this and Richmond stuff, and I'll tell you. I got those people, and he was very much. You know, look like ten years have been taken off of him. So joint pain any sort of indication disease. Make sure you are getting a full health workout with your veterinarian to make sure that those aren't complicating the picture, but also make sure your dog is healthy enough to do some of these things that we're talking about. So yeah, those are the signs to look for. But oftentimes, and I mentioned the six year old and those lab dogs, they were doing pretty, you know, sort of detail cognitive testing and those dogs. I don't think the average dog a cat owner is going to see a lot of difference unless you're doing maybe high level agility or obedience training or something like that. But it's just good to keep in mind that we are starting to drop off, you know, about that time, and it might be time to start looking at some of these therapies, we don't have a ton of studies to show that they're preventative. But I think that there's no side effects to most of these supplements and all the cognitive enrichment types of things. So it's just a good time to start thinking about that. And honestly, it's a lot of the things stuff that you would do with a puppy. So it shouldn't be too to new novel for the average pet owner. I think sometimes we just get a little bit lazy. And I love the fact that you brought up here. You are a veterinarian. You have your own older pet. Yes, you're recognizing these signs of. Cognitive dysfunction getting older to somewhat sounds like losing it a bit. And that oh my goodness. You have a dog with the mouth it needs to have an extensive amount of dental care number one. I know when icy clients, and I tell them that's like, oh, no. We can't do it. Because it's it's thirteen years old. It's like, well, if you wanted to be fourteen years old might not be a bad idea to consider it. I've had pets have died and Durant Sesia. Yes. That's always a concern there things that we can do to safeguard, and it sounds like you to once you get those bad teeth taken care of once you get the arthritis addressed is like, oh my goodness. Stock this dog feels so much better. This cat just has a new lease on life cycle. Yes. Thank you. I'm not don't. Yeah. Don't stop there. Right now. Okay. Now, your dogs feeling good. You're feeling good. Let's make sure we capitalize on that. You would never hear a Jerry tala just tell a senior patient. So it's a human. Well now that you got that knee replaced. Go sit on your barcalounger for the next fifteen years. No, we take the opportunity to then say, let's get them out and moving, and that's the same thing for our cats and dogs, so Dr Albright. Okay, you're getting older. But why simplistically what goes on in our brains that we undergo this dementia? This losing our sharpness. Well, I think it's important to note in people and animals dementia is a very kind of general term, it just means kind of a loss of cognitive function. But are specific reasons for that? Sometimes we never quite know, it could just be little vascular, then kind of mini strokes. It could be a big stroke a big infarct in the brain. But it could be something like Alzheimers that is the beta amyloid. Plaque buildup in the brain is the hallmark of that. And that's one of those diseases that as I think everybody all your listeners are probably aware is a serious public health crisis in this country as we age, and we don't really know what causes it yet. And so therefore, we don't really know what causes and cats and dogs either. But it is very interesting a lot of the same brain changes occur. But also as we age just ourselves just sort of breakdown, and one of the things that happens is we have these little kind of energy units in our cells called the MIDA. Yeah. And that's what makes energy for the most part to kind of fuel ourselves in our bodies. So those become less efficient as we age, and therefore I think of it like an old furnace that the more it needs more and more kind of input to provide the same amount of energy, and it has more waste products for that same unit of energy and in the body that comes in the form of free radicals. And I think most of us I've heard that term free radical damage, and that's why antioxidant and free radical scavengers, do those are vitamins AC, and e and there's some other compounds that we can find both in dodge nece that our body makes. But also, we can take like fish oil. Like, I said the vitamin A C N E gingko biloba those have been shown to be sort of a mild therapy for that. But we do not have anything at this time in either cats or dogs that has been shown to strive to reverse the sort of what's going on. Like, those beta amyloid plaques are just we have things that make the animals feel better and that sort of took plug back into the enrichment that's the exciting stuff. That's coming out with in people, and then our rodents that it's been shown to be very effective, and they making the patients feel better and perhaps have a protective effect. It's if we can start this X. Cise at the enrichment early enough the brain games. I think a lot of people have heard of those, and I've actually heard him, you know, sort of advertise, and I can't speak to those that I've heard on my my morning news shows, but definitely it's really exciting stuff on a molecular level happening when we teach our bringing to learn do tasks, well you and I can do Sedova try to keep our brains. Sure, I do the brain games, and I have to admit, especially when I travel I have it on my ipad. And I'll sit there and I'll play these games and some of them it's like GM. So glad nobody can see this because I'm not doing really well. But you keep mentioning we've mentioned this whole thing about enrichment fleas define for the listeners, Dr Albright. What is enrichment sure in its most general sense? It's just sort of adding novelty and complexity to the environment, but those of us that work in an applied setting with cats and dogs and companion animals were really sort of looking for species. Pacific behaviors and and doing things to activate not only aerobic exercise. But also can stimulate all five. Senses. I guess you could say there's more than that cats and dogs. But that's what I'm looking for. I'm looking for something for them to for cats and dogs. They're both predators cause some extent. So we're looking for things to kind of debate that hunt and not seek especially in cats the hunting, and seeking for dogs and cats to treat dispensing toys. So our puzzle toys things that you put their food in and they somehow got manipulated they've got to figure out how to move this object around to release the food, and again, be little careful of that older pets, I don't especially if they don't have a fantastic appetite. Don't wanna do anything to dissuade them from or discourage them from eating if that's an issue. But let's face it. Most of our older patients have an obesity problem all of us. That's. Almost every patient. We c- we could recommend a few pounds coming off, but not all of them. So for the most part slowing down that feeding making them think about it. That's a great way. Another great way cats and dogs, not just dogs are getting some, you know, getting a trick book from a used book site or a new one and looking at those tricks that you can teach your dog just for fun. That's a great way to provide some enrichment just because they don't actively seek out play to me that means that's even more of a reason to kind of get them up and going and motivate them. And of course, you want that to be only reward based we're not using prong collars and chains to teach these tricks. It's not about you know, accuracy, it's about having fun. And I should say not that reward based training doesn't produce a lot of accuracy. But I see some of my clients get pretty frustrated, you know, the dog, I just can't get him to do this. And we have to slow down and say, whoa. That's not the point here. It's the. Active learning the process of learning that's giving the benefit not, but I could care less. How accurate they are about their rollover or jump through the hoop? So again, make sure your animals healthy enough for that. But that's a great way to provide mental stimulation as well. There's all sorts of games that you can play Keno knows work is a is a new kind of phenomenon new kid on the block in the last decade, or so and that sort of a pet version of searching rescue. So if your dog isn't the most physically active that's a great way to go out and kind of hide hide some food or some treats and the bunch of boxes in the house on they have him go out and sniff. Those all of that it doesn't have to be physically demanding especially for older. Patients sounds marvelous to do. And then I can see a lot of listeners right now. Going look, I'm working emptying hours to bring home that really good quality dog food, and I have the family to take care of. I have all these other time commitments myself and to now this time into trying to train my dog for something. Where just that's time intensive so I think it really gets down to a person has to have a change of mindset of what's going to be necessary. When you get that pet. You get a pet for life. Absolutely. I do try to you know, we do have that talk about this is what do you want for your dog or your cat? Do you want the best for them? So we do have kind of that pep talk. I'm not trying to judge folks. But we are trying to kind of motivate you, but also I get it. I'm a busy working mom. I am. So sick of you know, all the self improvement stuff that's been that you're kind of bombarded with come the new year. So I understand it. So what we try to do in our home is making bite-sized. We do not need to have nor should we nor. Should you kind of overwhelming? Older pet or any pet with learning. Some you know, crazy sequence of events or is crazy sequence of a behavior in an evening..

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"mida" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"mida" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Police officer shot at while responding to calls of a rake in on the city's east side this all happening about two thirty AM Thursday morning along Buckingham near outer drive. We're told the suspect fired the shots from second storey house window. No one was hurt or injured. No Russ have been made investigations are ongoing. It's a new deal for some road workers in the state NewsRadio nine fifty s Lauren Barth fold reports Michigan infrastructure transportation association or MIDA announcing agreement with workers from six different unions that receive an hourly rates of nine fifty over. For six years along with more generous overtime. This is different from the engineers involved in that earlier three week lockout. They're hoping to work something out with MIDA after the road construction season. Lauren Berthold WJ NewsRadio nine fifty Eastland mall has been sold in an online auction for a little over three million dollars right now there are so many questions like who's going to be the new buyer, and what will they do with a mall space, upper what city manager Joseph raker says this is what the city would like to see a mixed use development, potentially retaining some of the larger structures such as maybe Macy's or Sears. And also establishing a civic campus adjacent to our school district. City officials say they want to work with the new owner and much more should be revealed in the coming days stocks slumping for a second straight day as the market endured. Its most volatile stretch. Since February the Dow industrials fell five hundred forty five points or two point one percent. WWE business analyst Murray Feldman says despite the down day some Michigan stocks did weather the storm. We know the auto industry is plagued with many issues, but Goldman Sachs early today. Upgraded Southfield base leered will by expecting the stock to rise. Forty percent of the next twelve months Lear lost four percent yesterday in the sell off today. It's up almost two percent investors. Also buying into another locally based auto seat maker adamant the stock down sixty percent this year. But on a bad day it jumped half a percent and while healthcare and Bank stocks, fared. The worst the selling was across the board, even hitting the stocks considered to be safe havens in Oakland County teenager learning his sentence for making a false terror threat against his high school NewsRadio nine fifty John Hewitt with the latest was facing a twenty year felony for raping a false claim of terrorism. In the end eighteen year old Ryan Bruni gets three years probation from circuit court, judge Phyllis McMillan. This case stemmed from a snap chat. Message to Bruni sent to a south Lyon high school classmate back in February. Asking that student. If he wanted to recreate the parkland Florida massacre from thirty day stint in the Oakland County jail, a ten million dollar bond for a time and having to wear a tether. It has been stressful spring and summer for debris who cried after the hearing clearly relieved if he handles his probation without incident. This will not be on his permanent record outside of district court in Pontiac. John Hewitt, WWE J NewsRadio nine fifty. WBZ news time three eight time for traffic.

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"mida" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"mida" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You can call her office during business hours and get the booklets DVD, we have special booklets about brain tumors body cancers prostate cancers, why get a second opinion and DVD's so please give us a call in her office. Business hours for those appointments to have a second opinion, afresh second opinion or to get the information mail to you at your home at no charge. I won't talk about. Well, there's an article in the Wall Street Journal that are talking about how the pharmaceutical industry is behaving with cancer drugs. And this is an article from the Wall Street Journal and was written by Peter Loftus, L O F T U S, and he starts out, and I'm reading from his article in the Wall Street Journal, prescription drug shortages have heard the US medical care in recent years. According to new research, they've also had the side effect of drug price increases. Now, he's talking this particular article, and we know about other medicines. But we're talking about cancer treatment. This is what this shows about cancer cancer treatment. So there's a drug for bladder cancer. When the bladder cancer is superficial and often urologist when this not invaded the vote bladder. So in bladder cancers invasive. Then we often see people because most people with bladder cancer want to keep their bladder. And that's why they come to thirteen eighty four Broadway. But I want to hear about this medicine for superficial bladder cancer called b c g and there's been a shortage of this drug and there's been sharp price increases. And then there's a less effective drug called MIDA mycin, and that's being used more. Even though it's less effective, and the price of that has also gone up, and it's an article in the most prestigious medical journal New England Journal of medical and this was quoted now, the average wholesale price.

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"mida" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"mida" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Right like, that and it's, but I mean he wasn't glowing he was just there and he's saying you know there's. All these different dimensions and he actually said multiple universes this, is what while ago? And I mean, so, yes I do. Think Alfred's right he's he's, been very by the way. Alfred's been very kind to me. Over the years especially at a time when I was struggling He was he's been very patient let's put it that way you were never struggling, where you, Robert yeah oh God Georgia kidding this has. Been really tough I, mean not asking for. Sympathy or anything it's just that I understand the dark forces definitely were they're worthy opponent and I had to learn sometimes the hard way. How, not. To engage them directly because that's not, my goal I. Just want to get to some truth, and and, continue my passa- evolving as a spirit a soul and and. Hopefully help others along the. Way but you, know it, it's not that simple, and? Now, I finally start, to understand why they're so adamant about maintaining control over us because, they don't have anything else they can't leave Was there, ever a time Robert that you were going. To just hang it, up and say I'm. Done with this I can't do it anymore well yeah actually I I wanted to yes when I was doing that investigation. Washington the covert History of Washington DC with UFO's an, extraterrestrial yeah when they. Sent those military helicopters to. My, house, and, I, was getting road, every. Which way yeah I got man, that, was frustrating Next up is with us. Corpus, Christi Texas I. George go ahead I'm it's annoying it's a call. The. Night when. You had that lady talked about talking about. Seoul's yes my question my question? Is about about higher consciousness again so are these inter dimensional beings nothing but soles that have extreme higher consciousness and they, give you, a. Couple of Georgia because I says love soul and Marconi? Sold, we're looking down on you and nodding their heads because you have such a great show And I love. Your show I love it I love it I love it you could answer that question That's up to you there Robert no that's he directs you, that's a good point George can you. Imagine Marconi and. Tesla if they. Were sitting here. Now with this this new The. The. Global village now we're we literally are heard all the way around the world, with such I don't think the call, in you. Think they even would have imagined the power of what they came. Up with test well, tesla MIDA but obviously it wasn't these. Things have to progress over time clearly and I guess that's that's. Part of. What was going on we are evolving spiritually as the physical aspect of technology and stuff it's incidental it provides a. Vehicle for us to learn, from our experiences usually from the challenges, that we face, and hopefully overcome. But now the other dimensions even in. The other dimensions about this the astral plane the causal plane ultimately. The source, all along the way they're still different challenges that it actually exists That so that we can grow. Continue our, growth as as souls along. The way and it all has to do. With consciousness if if I. I, think I told you is before everything is way patterns conscious. Energy and matter all way forms but they're being generated by souls all the, soul so, this is a co creation George it isn't as though there's just one God creating everything we all have we all are God's, in our. Own right but we were immature we're like seeds from a tree. You know we have, to grow and mature what's amazing too. Is I mean here you are live in Hong Kong you sound. Like you're. Next door phone call these amazing I mean technology is just absolutely incredible it really is imagine we're at some point. We'll have these conversations interplanetary, yeah sure that same thing timing might, be off a, little bit I. Might ask you a question and you'll. Get at twenty two hours later but well The speed of. Light as we know it it's that's that's a fallacy. There's surely, technology that moves faster than. That attack you on or whatever you wanna. Call it okay I'm just. Just, a word but I'm pretty sure that we're going to be. Having a conversation center planetary in real time Linda in Auburn Washington hey Linda, go ahead Whole Josh thank you for taking my call and thank you so much. For having Robert guest and all the guests you, have they provide so much. Information and learning lessons for, us, very welcome thank you I I wanted to ask Robert about Jesus I was told, that Jesus is not really. His name that it's a title given to someone who's studied in the mystery schools and achieves. Higher. Consciousness and enlightenment and I, wanted to ask Robert is as Jesus I'll call for its title if he comes from ends, El lend each, thinks, he's, brother, or if He comes from inky interesting we've got. A minute ago Robert yeah that's an interesting question, and I know it's it's. Not what lot of people, not, here but yes he's he comes from Oh God Enke's third son Bob as you apparently is. Also known as angel Gabriel and he definitely had a, hand in opening the door for that particular soul to come at a time when. We really needed him and his life is fascinating he was not. Only in initiate he was a master but he had, a lot of help getting their first in Egypt and then India and I don't think that. His his life ended on the cross I think that he continued his path not in France but when he. Went back to, India to be with his particular group of like minded, souls so we have. A lot of benefactors that are helping us and not sure. About, the title of his name but I mean I just I consider him my brother and you know. I appreciate the question. I. Think there's more revelations that are. Coming, in that regard Robert. We're gonna come back, and take some final phone calls with you, in just, a, moment on Costa Hosting..

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"mida" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"mida" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I mean he wasn't. Glowing, he was just there anything you know there's all these. Different dimensions, and he actually said multiple universes, this is why ago. And, I mean So yes I, do think Alfred's. Right he's he's been very. By the, way Alfred's been very kind to me over the years especially. At a time when. I was struggling He, was he was he's been very patient. Let's put it that way you were never struggling where. You Robert, yeah oh God George, kidding? This, has been really, tough I mean I'm not asking for sympathy or anything it's just, that I understand the dark forces definitely were They're. Worthy opponent and I, had to learn sometimes. The hard way how not to engage them directly because that's not my goal I just want to get to some truth and and continue. My path. Evolving as. A spirit a soul. And and hopefully help others. Along the way but you know it? It's. Not that, simple and. Now I finally start to. Understand why, they're so adamant about maintaining control over. Us because they don't have anything else they can't leave Was. There ever a time Robert that you were going to just hang it up and say I'm done with this I can't. Do it anymore Well yeah actually I I wanted to oh yes, when I was doing. That investigation washing the covert History of Washington DC with UFO's an extraterrestrial. Yeah, when they sent. Those military helicopters. To, my, house, and, I was getting, blocked every. Which way yeah I got man that was frustrating Next up Georgia's with us. Corpus, Christi Texas I. George go ahead Hi it's annoying it's a call. The, other night when you had that lady talked about my soul's. Yes my question and my question? Is about about higher consciousness again so are. These inter dimensional beings nothing but soles that have extreme higher consciousness and I, gave you, a. Couple in Georgia because I said Tesla's soul and Marconi? Sold we're looking down on you and nodding. Their heads because you have such a great show I love. Your show I love it I love it I love it you could answer that question That's up to you that Robert no that's he directs you that's, a good, point George can you. Imagine Marconi and. Tesla if they. Were sitting here. Now with this this new The. The. Global village now where we literally are heard all the way around the world, with such I don't think call, in you. Think the even would have imagined the power of what they came. Up with test well, tesla MIDA but obviously it wasn't these. Things have to progress over time clearly and, I guess that's that's, part of. What was going on we are evolving spiritually as the physical aspect that technology and stuff it's incidental it provides a. Vehicle for us to learn, from our experiences usually from the challenges, that we face, and hopefully overcome. But now the other dimensions even in. The other dimensions above. This the astral plane the causal plane ultimately the source all along the way they're still different, challenges they'll actually exist so that we can grow continue our growth. As as souls along the way and you don't have to do is consciousness If, if I I think I told, you this, before everything is wave patterns consciousness energy and, matter all weigh forms but they're. Being generated by souls all the soul so this is a co creation George it. Isn't as though there's just one God creating everything we all have we all are God's in our own right but. We, were immature, we're like seeds from a tree you know we have to grow. And mature what's amazing, too is I mean here you are. Live in Hong Kong you sound like you're, next door phone qualities, amazing I. Mean if technology is just absolutely incredible it really is we're at some point we'll have these conversations interplanetary yeah sure. That same thing timing might, be off a little bit I might, ask you a, question in you're. Getting twenty two hours later but well. The speed of light. As we know it it's that's that's a fallacy there there's surely technology that moves faster than, that attack on whatever you wanna call it Right okay I'm, just that's, just a word but I I'm pretty sure, that we're going to be having. A conversation center planetary in real time Linda in Auburn Washington hey Linda go ahead Hey. Charge thank. You for. Taking my call and thank you so. Much for having Robert as a guest and all the guests you have they provide some much information and learning lessons for us very welcome thank you I wanted. To ask Robert about Jesus I was told that Jesus is not really his name that it's a, title given to someone who's studied. In. The mystery schools and achieve higher, consciousness and, enlightenment and I wanted to ask Robert is as Jesus call for its title if he, comes from NZL's, lend, each, brother, or if He comes from Anki interesting we've got a minute to go. Robert yeah that's an interesting question I know it's not what a lot. Of people on here but, yes he's he comes from Oh God Enke's third son Bob is apparently also. Known as the angel Gabriel and he definitely had a, hand in opening a door for that particular soul to come at a time when. We really needed him and his life is fascinating he was not. Only in initiate he was a master but he had, a lot of help getting their first in Egypt and then India and I don't think that. His his life ended on the cross I think that he, continued his path not in France but when he went. Back to India, to be with his particular group of like minded souls, so we have a. Lot of benefactors that are helping us and I'm not sure. About, the title of his name but I mean I just I consider him my brother and you know. I appreciate the question. I. Think there's more revelations that are coming. In, that regard Robert we're. Gonna come back and take some final phone calls with you. In just, a, moment on Costa Oh state sign. Up, now for coast zone are free Email newsletter get it today at coast to coast AM dot com Coast-to-coast, we'll be right. Back don't go away, this is five seventy, k. l. here's a news and information updates from KLIF Shasta County. California side, of the deadly car wildfire one residents not to lewd or engage. In price gouging. Your Shasta county district attorney Stephanie Burch we've received over sixty complaints so far Some of those obviously can be duplicative and we're going to bet that out but I just, want you to know as a community. That we're taking that seriously for that fire, has. Claimed six lives a Lakers Ford LeBron James is speaking out about President Trump at the occasion. Monday of the opening of this foundations I promise school for disadvantaged children in Akron Ohio James says he thinks the. President is using sports to divide America position right now in America more importantly where. 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"mida" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"mida" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"There are, worthy opponent, and I had to, learn? Sometimes the hard way, how not to engage them directly because that's not my goal I, just wanna get to some truth and and. Continue my. Path evolving, as a spirit a. Soul and hopefully help others. Along the way but you know it? It's. Not that, simple and. Now I finally start to. Understand why, they're so adamant about maintaining control over. Us because they don't have anything else they can't leave Was there. Ever a time Robert that you were going to just hang it up and say I've I'm done with this I can't. Do it anymore Well yeah actually I I wanted to yes when I was doing that investigation washing the covert. History, of Washington DC. With UFO's an. Extraterrestrial yeah when they sent those military helicopters to my house and I was getting road blocked, every which way yeah I. Got man that was frustrating Next up Georgia's with us. Corpus, Christi Texas hi. George go ahead Hi it's annoying it's a call. The. Other night when you had, that lady, talked. About, argument, souls yes Question questions about about higher conscious again so are these inter dimensional beings nothing but soles that. Have extreme higher consciousness and they give you a couple in Georgia because I love soul. And, Marconi sold. We're looking down on you and nodding their heads because you have such a great. Show I love. Your show I love it I love it I love it you could answer that question That's up to you there Robert no that's he directs you that's, a good, point George can you. Imagine Marconi, and tesla if they were sitting here now with this this new. The the global village now we're we literally are heard all the way around the world with such I don't think, call in. You think even would have imagined the power of what they came. Up with test well, tesla MIDA but obviously it wasn't these. Things have to progress over time clearly, and I guess that's, that's part. Of what was going on we are evolving spiritually as physical plastic that technology and stuff it's incidental it provides a. Vehicle for us to learn, from our experiences usually from the challenges, that we face, and hopefully overcome. But now the other dimensions even in. The other dimensions about. This the astral plane. The causal plane. Ultimately the source. All along the. Way they're still different challenges It actually exist So that we can grow continue our growth as as souls, along the way and it all has to. Do with consciousness if if I I think I told you this before everything, is, wave, patterns consciousness energy and matter, all weigh forms but they're being generated by souls. All the soul so this is, a, co creation George it isn't as though there's just one. God creating everything. We all have we all are God's in, our own right but. We were immature we're like seeds. From a, tree you know we have to. Grow and mature what's amazing too, is I mean here you are live. In Hong Kong you sound like. You're next door phone. Quality is, amazing I mean technology is. Just absolutely incredible. It really is imagine at some point we'll have these conversations interplanetary Yeah Same. Thing timing might be off a little. Bit I might ask you a question and you'll get at twenty two hours, later but, well the speed of light as we know. It that's that's a. Fallacy there's surely technology that moves faster than, that tacky on whatever you wanna call. It. Okay I'm just just a, word but I'm pretty sure that we're going to be having a conversation center planetary in real, time Linda in, Auburn, Washington, hey, Linda go. Ahead Hey charge thank you for. Taking my call and thank, you so much for having Robert as guest and. All the guests you have they provide. So much information and learning lessons for us very welcome thank you I wanted, to ask, Robert about Jesus I was told that Jesus. Is not really his. Name that it's a title given to someone, who studied in the mystery schools and. Achieve. Higher consciousness enlightenment and I, wanted to ask Robert is as Jesus I'll call him for its title if he comes from, NZL's lend each, think, he's, brother, or is He comes from Anki interesting we've. Got a minute to go Robert yeah that's an, interesting question and I know it's. Not what people want on, here but yes he's he comes from Got Enke's third son Bob is apparently also known. As the angel Gabriel and he definitely had a hand, in opening the door for that particular soul to come at a time when we. Really needed him and his life is fascinating he was not only. An initiate he was a master but he had a, lot of help getting their first in Egypt and then India and I don't think that his. His life ended on the cross I think that he continued, his path not in France but when he went back. To India to, be with, his particular group of like minded souls so, we, have a lot of. Benefactors that are helping us and I'm not sure about the. Title, of his name but I mean I just I consider him my brother and you know, I I. Appreciate the question I. Think. There's more revelations that are coming in. That, regard Robert we're gonna. Come back and take some final phone calls with you. In just, a, moment Costa coach Sign. Up, now for coast zone are free Email newsletter get it today at coast to coast AM, dot com FOX News Radio I'm.

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"mida" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"mida" Discussed on WRVA

"I'd like your, opinion on it the omnibus by Alfred Weber. Sure yes I know Alfred we've been, friends for a number of years. I haven't, read the book, yo though yet he we've talked about it but again you know this this is. Something that's mentioned from years ago in autobiography of a Yogi, Berra Yogi when his? Guru comes back, to, him in an. He says are you really, here and he says well. It may appear I'm hearing a physical. Body but really my astral body it's like soc- not a. Star, Wars, you. Know where OBI wan is still kind, of shadowing Luke. Yeah yeah right like that and it's, but I, mean he wasn't glowing he was just there and he's saying. You know there's all these. Different dimensions and he actually said, multiple universes this is. A, while ago So yes I, do think Alfred's. Right he's he's been very by the, way Alfred's, been very kind to me over the years especially at a. Time when I was struggling He was, he's been very patient let's put it that way you were never, struggling where you Robert yellow God Georgia kidding This has been really tough, I mean I'm not asking for sympathy or anything it's just that I understand the dark forces definitely were they're. Worthy opponent and I had to learn sometimes the hard way how not to engage them directly, because that's, not my goal I just want to get. To some truth and, and continue my path. Evolving, as a spirit a soul and and hopefully help others along the way but you know it it's not that. Simple now I. Finally start. To understand why they're. So adamant about maintaining control. Over us because they don't have, anything, else they, can't leave Was there ever. A, time Robert that you were going to just hang it up and say I've I'm done with this I can't. Do it anymore Well yeah actually I I wanted to, yes when I was doing. That investigation washing the covert History of Washington DC with UFO's an extraterrestrial yeah when. They, sent those military. Helicopters to my. House, and, I, was, getting road blocked, every. Which way yeah I got man that was frustrating Next up Georgia's with. Us, Corpus Christi Texas. George go ahead I'm. It's. Annoying it's. I called the, lady talked, about, my, soul's yes My? Question questions about about higher consciousness again so. Are these injured dimensional beings nothing but soles that have extreme, higher, consciousness, and I gave. You a couple of Georgia because I said tesla soul and Marconi sold we're looking down. On you and. Nodding their heads because you have such a great. Show I love. Your show I love it I love it I love it you could answer that question That's up to you there Robert no that's he directs you that's, a good, point George can you. Imagine Marconi and. Tesla if they. Were sitting here. Now with this this new The the global village now weird we literally are, heard all. The way around the. World with such Larry I don't think call in. You think the even, would have imagined the power of what. They came up with test well tesla MIDA but obviously it wasn't. These things. Are did the progress over time clearly and I guess that's that's part of what was going on we are evolving. Spiritually as the physical aspect, of technology and stuff it's incidental it, provides a vehicle, for us to. Learn from our experiences usually from the. Challenges that we face and hopefully overcome but now the other dimensions, even? In, the other dimensions about. This the astral plane. The. Causal plane ultimately the source all along the way they're still different challenges that, actually exists That so that we. Can, grow. Continue our growth as as souls. Along the way and it all has to do with consciousness if I. I think I told you was before everything is wave patterns consciousness energy and matter all weigh forms but they're being generated, by, souls. All the soul so. This is a co creation George it isn't as. Though there's just one, God creating everything we all have we. All are God's in our own right but we were immature we're. Like seeds. From a tree you know we have to grow and mature what's amazing too is I mean here you are live. In Hong Kong you sound, like you're next door phone qualities amazing, I mean technology, is just absolutely. Incredible it really is at some point. We'll have these conversations interplanetary yeah sure Sure that, same, thing timing might be off a little bit I might. Ask you a. Question in your twenty two hours later but, well the speed of. Light as we know it that's. That's a, fallacy there is surely technology that. Moves faster than that tacky on, whatever you wanna call it okay I'm. Just that's just a word but I I'm. Pretty. Sure that, we're going to be having. Conversations interplanetary in real time Linda in Auburn Washington hey Linda. Go, ahead Hey charge thank you for taking my. Call. And thank you so much for, having Robert, as guest and all the guests you have they provide so much information and learning lessons for, us, very, welcome, thank you I wanted to ask Robert about Jesus I was told that. Jesus is not really his name that it's a title given to someone who studies. In. The mystery schools and achieve higher consciousness. And, enlightenment and I wanted. To ask Robert is, as Jesus column for its title if, he comes, from, NZL's slender h, incase brother. Or if he comes from Anki. Interesting we've got a minute to go Robert yeah that's an interesting question and I know. It's it's not what lot of people here but yes. He's he. Comes from Oh God Enke's third son Bob is you apparently is also known as angel. Gabriel and he definitely had a hand in opening the door, for that particular soul to come at a time when. We really needed, him and, his life is fascinating he was not only, an, initiate he was a. Master but he had a lot of help getting their first. In, Egypt and then India and I don't think that his his life ended on the cross I think that. He continued his path not in France. But when he went back to India to be with his particular group of like minded souls so we have a lot of benefactors that are helping us and. I'm not sure about the title of his name but I mean I. Just I consider him my brother and you know I I appreciate the question I. Think. There's more revelations that are coming in. That, regard Robert we're gonna. Come back and take, some final phone calls with you in. Just a, moment, on Costa coach Sign, up now for coast zone are free Email newsletter get it today at coast to coast AM dot com Your own outdoor retreat is waiting at the Home Depot get away from. 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"mida" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"mida" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Me I'd like your opinion on it the omnibus by Alfred Weber sure, yes I know Alfred we've been friends for a number of. Years I, haven't read the book yet though, yet he we've talked. About, it but Again you know this this is something. That's mentioned from years ago in autobiography, of a, Yogi. By Yogi day when his guru comes back to him in an. He says are you really here and he says well it. May, appear. I'm hearing a, physical body astral body it's like she not. A Star Wars you know where OBI wan is still kind of shadowing, Luke Yeah like that. And, it's but I, mean he wasn't glowing he was just there and he's saying you know there's all these. Different dimensions and he actually said multiple universes this is what, while ago and I? Mean so yes, I, do think Alfred's. Right he's he's been very by the. Way Alfred's been very kind to me. Over the years especially at a time when I was struggling He was he's been very patient let's put. It that way you were. Never struggling where, you Robert, yeah oh God Georgia, kidding? This, has been really, tough I mean I'm not asking for sympathy or anything it's just, that I understand the dark forces definitely were There are worthy opponent. And I had to, learn sometimes the hard. Way how not to engage them directly because that's not my goal I just want to get to some truth and and. Continue my path. Evolving as. A spirit a soul. And and hopefully help others. Along the way but you know it? It's. Not that, simple and. Now I finally start to. Understand why, they're so adamant about maintaining control over. Us because they don't have anything else they can't leave Was there ever a time Robert that you were going to just hang it up and say. I'm done with this I can't do it anymore well yeah actually I I wanted to yes, when I, was doing that investigation washing the covert history. Of Washington DC with, UFO's an extraterrestrial yeah. When they sent those military helicopters to my house and I was getting road blocked every which way yeah I got man. That was frustrating Next up Georgia's with us. Corpus, Christi Texas I. George go ahead I'm it's annoying it's a. Call. The other night when you had that lady talked. About Seoul's yes and my question? Questions about about higher consciousness again so are. These inter dimensional beings nothing but soles that have extreme higher consciousness and I, gave you, a. Couple of George because I says love soul and Marconi? Sold we're looking down on you and nodding. Your head because you have such a great show I love. Your show I love it I love it I love it you could answer that question That's up to you there Robert no that's he directs you that's, a good, point George can you. Imagine Marconi. And tesla if they were sitting here now with this this new the. The, global village now weird we literally are heard all the way around the world with such slavery see I don't think the, call, in. You think even would. Have imagined the power of what they came up. With test well tesla, MIDA but obviously it wasn't these things. Are half the progress over time clearly and, I guess that's that's, part of. What was going on we are evolving spiritually as the physical plastic that technology and stuff it's incidental it provides a. Vehicle for us to learn, from our experiences usually from the challenges, that we face, and hopefully overcome. But now the other dimensions even in. The other dimensions about. This the astral plane. The causal plane. Ultimately the source. All along the. Way they're still different challenges They don't actually exist So that we can. Grow continue our growth that's as souls along the way and you don't have. To do is consciousness if if I think, I told us before, everything is wave patterns consciousness energy and, matter all way farms but they're being generated by. Souls all the soul so this, is, a co creation George it isn't as though there's just. One God creating. Everything we all have we all are God's, in our own right. But we were immature we're like. Seeds from, a tree you know we have. To grow in mature what's amazing, too is I mean here you are. Live in Hong Kong you sound. Like you're next door. Phone quality, is amazing I mean technology. Is just absolutely incredible Imagine we're at some. Point we'll, have these conversations interplanetary yeah Sure that same thing timing might be off a little bit I might ask, you a, question and you'll get a twenty two hours, later but well the speed. Of light as we know it it's that's, that's a fallacy there's surely technology that. Moves. Faster than that tacky on, whatever you, wanna call it okay I'm just that's just word but I I'm pretty sure that we're going, to, be, having, conversations interplanetary. In real time Linda in. Auburn Washington hey Linda go. Ahead Hey charge thank you for taking my call and thank you so much, for having, Robert as a guest and all the guests, you have they provide some. Information and learning lessons for us very welcome, thank you I I wanted to ask. Robert. About Jesus I was told, that Jesus, is not really his name that it's a title given to someone who's studied than the mystery, schools, and, achieves, higher consciousness Like men and I wanted to ask Robert is as Jesus, column for its title if he comes from ends El lend. Each. Inky spread brother or if he comes. From, Anki interesting we've got. A minute to go, Robert yeah that's an interesting question and I. Know it's, it's, not what lot of people not here but yes he's he comes from Got Enke's third son you apparently is also known as angel Gabriel and he definitely, had a hand in opening the door for that particular soul. To come at a time when we really needed him, and his life is fascinating he was not only in initiate he was a master but he. Had a lot of help getting their first in Egypt and, then India and I I don't think that his his. Life ended on, the cross, I think that he continued his path not, in, France but thing he. Went back to India to be with his particular group of. Like, minded souls so we have a lot of benefactors that are helping us and I'm not sure about the title of his name but I. Mean I just I consider, him, my brother and you know I I appreciate the question I. Think. There's more revelations that are coming in. That, regard Robert we're gonna. Come back and take, some final phone calls with you in just, a moment, on, coast to coast Stain, sign up now for coast zone.

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"mida" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"mida" Discussed on KTOK

"Right like, that and it's, but I mean he wasn't glowing he was just there and he's saying you. Know there's all these different dimensions and he actually said multiple, universes this is why? Ago and I, mean, so yes I. Do think Alfred's right he's, he's been very by. The way Alfred been, very kind to me. Over the years especially at a time when I was struggling He was he's been very patient let's put it that way you were never struggling where, you Robert, yeah oh God Georgia kidding this has been. Really tough I mean, I'm not asking for. Sympathy or anything it's just that I understand the dark forces definitely were there worthy opponent and I had to learn sometimes the hard way. How. Not, to. Engage them directly because that's not my, goal I just. Want to get to some truth and, and continue, my path evolving as a spirit a soul and and hopefully. Help others along the. Way but you, know it, it's not that simple, and? Now, I finally start, to understand why they're so adamant about maintaining control over us because, they don't have anything else they can't leave Was there. Ever a time Robert that you were going to just hang it up and say I've I'm done with this I can't. Do it anymore Well yeah actually I I wanted to, yes when I was doing. That investigation washing the covert History of Washington DC with UFO's an extraterrestrial yeah when. They, sent those military. Helicopters to my. House, and, I, was, getting road blocked, every. Which way yeah I got man that was frustrating Next up Georgia's with us. Corpus, Christi Texas I. George go ahead Hi it's annoying it's a. Call. The other night when you, had that, lady. Talked about Seoul's yes And my question is about. About higher consciousness again so are these inter dimensional beings nothing, but, soles, that have extreme. Higher consciousness and I give you a couple of George because I said tesla soul and. Marconi, sold we're. Looking down on you and nodding their heads because you have such a great. Show I love. Your show I love it I love it I love it you could answer that question That's up to you there Robert no that's he directs you that's, a good, point George can you. Imagine Marconi, and tesla if they were sitting here now with this this new. The the global village. Now we're we. Literally are heard. All the way. Around the world with such I don't think the call in you think the even. Would have. Imagined the power of what they came up with test well tesla MIDA but obviously it wasn't these things are half. The progress over time clearly, and I guess that's that's part of, what was going, on we are. Evolving spiritually the physical aspect of technology. And stuff it's incidental it provides a vehicle for us to learn from our experiences usually from the challenges that we face and, hopefully overcome but now the other dimensions even. In the other dimensions about this the astral plane the causal plane ultimately the, source all along the, way there's still different challenges that? It, actually exist that so. That we can grow. Continue. Our growth as as souls along the way and it all has to do, with consciousness, if if I I. Think I, told you this before everything is way patterns consciousness energy and Matt All way forms, but they're being generated by souls all the soil so this is a co creation. Georgia isn't as though there's just one God creating everything we all have we all are God's in our own right but. We, were immature, we're like seeds from. A tree you know we have to grow and. Mature what's amazing too, is I mean here you are live. In Hong Kong you sound like you're next door phone qualities. Amazing I. Mean technology is just absolutely incredible it really imagine we're at some point we'll have these conversations interplanetary yeah sure that. Same thing timing might be, off a little bit I might ask, you a question, in your get. At twenty two hours later but well. The speed of light as we know it is that's that's a fallacy there's surely technology that moves faster than that tacky on, whatever you wanna call it okay I'm just. Just a word but I I'm pretty sure that we're going to be having, a conversation, center planet In real time Linda in Auburn Washington hey Linda go ahead Hey charge thank you for taking my call and thank you so much. For having Robert as guest and all the guests. You have. They provide so much information, and learning lessons, for, very, welcome, thank you I wanted to ask Robert about Jesus I was told that Jesus. Is not really his name, that it's a title given to someone who studies in the mystery, schools and achieves higher consciousness and enlightenment. And, I wanted to ask. Robert is as Jesus, column for its title if he comes, from NZL's, lend, each think he's brother. Or if. He comes from an interesting we've. Got a minute to go Robert yeah that's an interesting question and I know it's it's. Not what lot of people here but yes he's he comes. From those Got Enke's third son Bobby apparently is also known. As angel Gabriel and he definitely had a hand in opening, the door for that particular soul to come at a. Time when we, really needed, him and his life is fascinating he was, not only in initiate. He was a master but he had a lot of help. Getting, their first in Egypt and then India and I don't think that his his life ended on the cross I. Think that he continued his path not. In France but when he went back to India to be with his particular group of like minded souls so we have a lot of benefactors that are helping. Us and I'm not sure about the title of his name but I. Mean I just I consider, him my brother and you know I appreciate the question I think, there's more revelations that are coming in. That, regard Robert we're gonna. Come back and take, some final phone calls with you in. Just a, moment, on coast to coast Sign up now for coast zone are free Email newsletter get.

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President, Edward R Murrow and Cbs discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

01:15 min | 2 years ago

President, Edward R Murrow and Cbs discussed on KNX Programming

"Hunter that he flies the storms every year we can fly storm twenty four hours a day constantly with three or claims in the cruise to launch a master sergeant troy bigham is in charge of shooting small cylinders called drop sohn's into the store is sending back to pressure the wind speed wind direction the temperature and humidity all of that helps the national hurricane center update its forecasts in real time peter king cbs news lakeland florida democratic maryland representative john sarbanes spoke about questionable ethics violations from the trump administration at his party's weekly address we need to make sure that if you run for president you have to release your tax returns that's a basic indicator of transparency a lawyer hired to lead a task force overseeing cleanups at the nation's polluted superfund sites used to work in the chemical industry stephen d cook worked for more than twenty years for manufacturer the epa says mida created at least three dozen of those sites cook has been named as chair of an epa taskforce overlooking them this is cbs news to buy wells fargo established eighteen fifty to reestablish two thousand eighteen cbs news radio winner of the edward r murrow award for overall excellence.

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"mida" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mida" Discussed on First and Last

"He said guys take too many breaks in hockey shift change constantly for instance last night the brian james played an entire game i would rather watch the grinders it's incredible to just click on these tweets and see the amount of people that fell for i mean hell even the news outlet the daily caller pick this one up and decided to lay into chris long the fact that no one thought to look further down the time line the fact that no one thought man this can't possibly be serious he must be joking remind you that we can never take ourselves too seriously on twitter because that's how you end up with five burner accounts tweeting out sensitive information about your organization your place of work you gotta pump the brakes every while and remember that we've come to twitter for one thing and one thing only that's these jokes i last michael junior here on espn radio and the espn app or or you've come to make promises that you'd better hope you don't have to keep this is the one to really finish off on so the browns very own safety mary randall mida wrote a check that he really better hope that he doesn't have to cash to marry his random came out and tweeted the other day when the finals got set instead of cleveland cavaliers win the two thousand eighteen nba finals i'll buy everyone who retweets this jersey damaris rando who devon we we looked into this how much did you marry randall make last year i believe he has like one point one million dollars all right so he's a guy who's paid well by normal standards but by nfl standards he's busting the bank open.

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"mida" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"mida" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of the election we didn't have the authority charter or capability to do that since i left the government though as a private citizen it's my what i would call my informed opinion that to given the massive effort the russians made in the number of citizens that they touched and the variety in the multidimensional aspects of what they did to to influence opinion and affect the election and given the fact that it turned on less than eighty thousand votes in three states to me exceeds logic and credulity that they didn't affect the election and it's my belief they actually turned it so james clapper who is the director of national attention believes the russian least clap changed the result of our presidential election by their interference why donald trump is president that is by far the farthest anybody with any gravitas has gone you know making a statement like that jatta keep in mind though that it came out this week his book facts and fears hard truths from a life in intelligence so you're making your by far strongest statement very weak your book comes out happy coincidence takes a little of the this is just your assessment fun out of it to me that's just like your assessment man yeah although i listen to his opinion expressed it i thought yeah you might be right but it's unknowable anyway no he's making a statement that's extra strong to sell a freaking book believe that he does an interview every damn day president trump got elected what did you start believing that just coincidentally the day my book comes out give me a break same with komi if you guys spent the government is being overthrown by this crazy orange weirdo how about you come out and say when you're not making money off of it why did you wait until you're making money off it before you come out and make your strong statements statements and assessments then i got to write my book quick before you convince people of all this stuff you seem phony when you say at the week you're going to start making money off of it well and and again the opinion expressed that's all you got plays hohum mida turned wisconsin ooh i mean i'm listen listen who's talking here joe joe getty number one anticommunist currently on.

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"mida" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"mida" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"That's a really good question because there really wasn't much what has it happened in many of these cases very similar to what happened with mida is that the fact that there was a woman who gave birth that there was a fetus or a baby that unfortunately was deceased in the fact that there might be a dna test to prove that she is indeed the mother which one is disputing that that's almost in and of itself enough evidence and under salvador law that prosecutors supposed to investigate both the evidence that would convict person as well as the evidence that might exonerate a person that almost never happens in this case her version of the story was never heard in court any real substantive scientific evidence was never presented but nevertheless she was convicted and for myra what was it like to have gone through all this time in prison for this miscarriage it's been extremely difficult for her obviously she's a person who's learned to make the best of make the best of it under really terrible conditions there's not always enough food there's not always clean water the living conditions are extremely crowded prisons in salvador sometimes like nine hundred percent capacity which means two or three women in a bed some women sleeping on the floor at time very derogatory treatment particularly for women who have been convicted of these kinds of crimes they're often very mistreated by the guards in the prison end sometimes by the other inmates the other women why was her sentence snow partially commuted the citizen group for the decriminalization of abortion has been working for the last couple of years submitting petitions to the ministry of justice in the supreme court to give them community as a way to get them out of prison and the the way that her decision was made was based on the fact that she has completed one half of her sentence that she had an impeccable record in terms of her conduct which is she sister personal conduct yourself.

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Inuit Climate Science

Tumble: A Science Podcast for Kids

02:23 min | 3 years ago

Inuit Climate Science

"Long tradition of the high level of understanding of snowden weather and climate so what does that mean like do they do experiments and talk about star trek not exactly they have a way of making very specific weather predictions for their area as well as places that are far from home they're very very good weather forecasters it's the same kind of thing that our weather forecasters and we do with the computer in of mothers and with instruments and they can walk outside of looked at the sky and say in two days we have north winds lots of snowfall in it's not just that there will be snow don't know what kind of snow in how it might affect their travel plans okay so they're thinking about science in terms of what they need to understand daytoday to live in such an extreme and by exactly for most of their

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