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"nagoya" Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

05:40 min | Last month

"nagoya" Discussed on VelociPodcast

"You can say something is very high on the ob. Ps and be very satisfied with the fact that you and whoever you're speaking to understand that and the person you're talking about will not. They will be excluded which is also a form of bs From the study but success had an existential crisis. And every time i brought this up people go like midlife. I think i've actually had by midlife crisis. Already i think i'm okay with my age in The inevitability of death. But i think that actually does play into this where i've accepted that. I'm gonna die in not that fussed about it. But i got kids. So nineteen seventy. There was an environmental report written. Just talking about the environmental impact of humanity and it was revisited this year. Twenty twenty twenty twenty one wildfires. We have the typhoons and hurricanes. We have anomalies we have re Ice polar caps melting we have Water levels rising all this kind of stuff. The nineteen seventy report is eerily accurate as to what those effects we're going to be and so it is saying all it predicted all the stuff that's happening right now accurately and that's the scary part so they knew this was coming. Scientists just did like a model like this will happen. This will happen. This will happen. This will happen thing that got me is in the report. It said in twenty forty if things do not chain by things not change before twenty forty. That is when we will have societal collapse so basically society as we know it will no longer exist and then i started thinking about like i twenty forty twenty years from now. I'm going to be seventy seventy something. I i'm pretty much done anyways. I'm not that worried about it because no one's gonna care about me and i won't be having an impact on the world anymore. I don't believe although the mayor of nagoya who bit that ladies Gold medal and got in trouble and had to pay one point five million yen. He's seventy two so. I guess i could still be having an impact. I don't think it'll be the mayor of nagoya. I wouldn't want to be the maryland. Nagoya and i mean though is if my life ended at that point it would not be a big deal but my kids would be in their prime. And that's when i started like i literally lost sleep over.

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"nagoya" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"nagoya" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

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"nagoya" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

02:27 min | 9 months ago

"nagoya" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"They learned that. I have to be a really bad at ten at a time to be attended to so it's like we learn certain behaviors and may have those behaviors of adaptive in our origin family. So fascinating so. It's it's becoming aware of your scheme us and then how to manage it away right. It's like there's there's a voice and it it in that voice as soon as you get triggered everything that voice says to you pushes you to do an older behavior and every feeling not shows up. If you don't want to have the feeling it will push him to do an behavior if you're willing to notice where that feeling is in your body to love that you know to kind of treat it like a crying baby. Each schema is a crying baby. It we go. All here's gil makes sense. I feel guilty and it feels really bad and now my mind is gone. You're not gonna feel guilty if you just agree to give them your car just giving your car. You're a bad person. You're selfish right in. Just go and make sense that. I feel this feeling in my stomach and i feel this tightness in my throat. And there's this ruled feeling an experience of this. Y'all and and and and fear not being good enough and then the more that you willing to go i could have those and so can it makes sense. I feel this way. Where's this in my body and even take your hand and put it exactly unwary feeless feeling the most intensely new rub it. It's just like a crying baby. Nagoya here you when you're able to relate to a differently and you're not trying to push that experience away then you have all of these options. Do i wanna stay. Maybe maybe i want to say yes. But i wanna see us tomorrow or maybe i want to or maybe i want to say i'll do. I'll say yes if you do this. All of these options. Open up these behavioral actions when we're able to stay with the experience and when so i help people see with the experience but we also identify what are your values because our values are a compass our values tell us about what we want to be about so five values around being compassionate being assertive being fair. It a clear that i am about the the stories and where they pull me versus the values the more able to stay with this uncomfortable. Feeling the moral. Be able to choose the behaviors that move towards values rather than choose the behavior that might give me an immediate relief but lead to long term pain right because it's almost like an addiction..

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Tokyo Stock Exchange Glitch Brings Trading to a Halt

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Tokyo Stock Exchange Glitch Brings Trading to a Halt

"The operator of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, says Ah, hardware glitch forced stock trading to come to a halt today, NPR's Anthony Koon reports from soul that it is the worst such failure since computerized trading started on the Tokyo Boars in 1999. The Japan Exchange Group said that equipment that sends out stock prices another trading data failed and backup systems failed to take over. They added that there was no indication of a cyber attack. Regional exchanges in Sapporo, Nagoya and Fukuoka, which used the Tokyo boards were also forced to halt trading the country's second largest exchange in Osaka, which does not use Tokyo system continued trading. Tokyo Exchange is the world's third largest by capitalization in some 3700 companies are listed on the operators say they're aiming to resume trading on Friday.

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The Toyota Automobile Museum of Japan

CarStuff

06:01 min | 1 year ago

The Toyota Automobile Museum of Japan

"Talking about a museum That is in Japan. It's it's the Toyota Automobile Museum right. Yes that's right Scott earlier. This year I went to Japan for the first time my Girlfriend Brandy and I went there and a lot of people when they go to Japan they fly into the Tokyo airport. Tokyo Joe is of course the most populous city Japan ethnic. It's unfair to even call it a city. It's like twenty three different cities awards all smashed together not airports very very crowded so we were able to fly instead of to Tokyo. We flew to a town called Nagoya. which might not be as has familiar to a lot of people? It's a smaller area. It's more industrial. It is also famously a Toyota town. How and we had planned to land in Japan at the Nagoya Airport and spend a few days Nagoya And then sort of ease our way into Tokyo via the Shinkansen which have finally road very cool. Yeah which we've talked about for years man and while we we're in Nagoya which has a ton of history a learned of the going toward their. I learned of the Automotive Museum. And you know how it is when you travel with your significant other. It's it's a negotiation very much of the mind that most relationships chips are kind of like the Cold War. You know I mean sure and So so we had our list of things that you know we're like bins ends definite must do it's you know trade off and we figure out We just prioritize the stuff that we individually wanted to do and what we wanted to like. Go and my priority wordy My number one priority was to check out this museum and I didn't know I was getting into. I didn't really want to spoil it because because it was a little bit of a gamble you know what I mean is a little bit out of the way for us and I definitely. We did not want to have to spend the rest of the trip thinking that I was the one who took us to a stinker museum. Yeah I could see that happening where it eats up most is your day right and then you blame like well. How often are we going to be in Japan? Oh God our worst you get the list of things we could have been doing a situation and so I wanted to avoid that but when I got there I was amazed. It's lake nine bucks a person first off and it has hundreds of cars like over one hundred sixty. And they're not all. They're not all toyotas that. That's the most astonishing thing they are from all these different eras. There's a replica of steam Steam driven car and they're really really more so interested trysted in instead of studying the rise of Toyota. Don't get me wrong. Guys is a very Toyota Heavy Museum. Sure They are studying being the rise of the automobile in general and the rise of the automobile in Japan the exhibits. Can you guys have had a chance to look at. These are much much older. I mean this is a billion with history. This is building was some truly priceless automobiles in there. Are you know I got a little bit confused when I was looking at this up so I hope I'm looking at the right one here Ben because I know there's a commemorative museum yeah There's also in the same area Toyota. It's got the Toyotas label on it. However however that one is more skewed to focus on the industrial revolution and the idea of the power loom? And I think there's some you know old machinery in that building. It's the old factory Vaccari where they would produce textiles thing and they've got a small car collection in that building but it's nothing like the collection that you saw right. Yeah the Toyota Auto Auto Museum And again I still can't believe it's like nine bucks a pop. They're not paying me. Just say that it's just it's crazy super steep and through expensive and it's it's it's dedicated entirely to the automobile. You know they have even have. Maybe it's not so much. The automobile definitely heavier on that. I do remember there was a rickshaw one of the exhibits To me it almost seems without having been there but seeing the list of cars Sir can you can look at the exhibits online. You can go to their website and signed that. Yeah it looks like they're maybe maybe read this somewhere but it seems like they're focused. On like the style of the cars cars and the advancements that have been made along the way and like kind of like these milestones to say. Hey look what we were doing in the early nineteen hundreds. And here's what we did between nineteen twenty and nineteen thirty and and not and not just we Toyota. But we could so it wasn't around until what nineteen thirty seven I believe as the very first You know the founding of Toyota but the Erez before that and after that they're focusing on a automotive as you said automotive industry as a whole and the advancements that have been made aided to how we got from where we started to where we are now and I find that pretty fast into to build a collection in that way you know these significant makes and models for some the reason you know style or technology also shout out to our old Toyota episode where we explore the origin story of the company Yeah the way that the cars are displayed when their position next. Toyotas are even in the same building. As Toyota's it kind of tells you the story of why Toyota designed designed certain cars a certain way when you see cars from America like say from the late fifties like a big cadillac. See a European compact it car and then you see the Toyota the same time period. All the other cars are there to kind of tell Toyota's story in a

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"nagoya" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

16:11 min | 2 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Welcome to the traveler. I'm your host Chris Christopherson let's talk about Nagoya I'd like to welcome the show Leinna Yamaguchi who is coming to us from Nagoya Foodie dot com and coincidentally is come to talk to us about Nagoya Japan Lena welcome to the show thank you so much and happy to be here and people are quickly going to figure out that you don't have a Japanese accent despite the fact that your last name is recently been changed to Yamaguchi you're originally from communiqu from Germany and I just got married to my Japanese husband and would it be a far reach to guess that the might have been what brought you to Japan actually know what brought me to Nagoya Japan for a couple of years for more than forty in years and I met my husband in Tokyo actually who so we recently while a couple of months ago we moved to ugly in white should someone follow in your footsteps and travel not necessarily move Nagoya yeah I totally recommend everyone moved to Nagoya but before decide to move to Nagoya maybe you want to visit I I moved here and I realize that not that many people come to Nagoya which is really really sad for me because Nagoya is the fourth largest city in Japan it's centrally located so it's like right between Tokyo to the east end or Saka and Kyoto like those kind of places so it's has super great location an and people just kind of skip it over and we don't know if we quite answer the question of wise should they not skip it there's lots to do inaugura if you're in history you can learn a lot there because it's actually quite important as the birthplace for many famous Japanese warlords It's also very important as an industrial hub so Nago Ya is actually wear comes from so it's basically the biggest carmaker world trade so if you're into cars you can learn a lot about cars you're Nagueh like multiple museums about twitter and history this car is and everything here and then there's also the local food which is specific to Nagoya and it's super delicious so it's is different from other Japanese food I totally recommend to check that out as well excellent will where should we start in Nagoya I would start where every traveler starts nugget station so no matter how you reach Nagoya from other parts of Japan or from abroad you basically you arrived the station and it's super easy to get around Nagua you either take the subway or you take a bus and I would say the first stop should be close to Nagoya station it's the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry Technology. That's the official name the Toyota Museum and there you learn about Toyota which has historically made more than just cars yes so when I first went there I was so surprised to learn that Toyota actually started out as a company that makes textiles so before cars they made clothing and textiles for different things and they started making cars in the beginning of the twenty. century okay I didn't actually know what was that for back and you mentioned we're going to get there on the bus or the subway as terms of running around for those of us who speak what really amounts to no actually since in twenty twenty Olympics are coming to penn they've been doing a lot of work changing all sign it and everything to English so it's much easier now than it used to be yeah and also I feel like has a lot of English available now in the subway and also the bus system it's not hard to use so I feel like you don't really have to speak Japanese to travel inaugural in should we be getting a pass if we're going to be there three or four days or zest shit so there's a bus pass which is quite cheap it's about five dollars for the whole day there is also a mix throw pass which is also something like that and there's also a combination ticket for subway and bus and we get them at a train station would be Place that we could get any of those Yes said you started inauguration station and also where you get your one day or weekend passes or think there also excuse me or five hundred dollars okay excellent so we start with the Toyota Museum is there anything specific we should point out to people that they should make sure that they don't miss Toyota Museum before we move on yes so there are guided tours in English inside the museum and I feel like that's the best way to really learn about the textile part and also to learn about the car part and do these still make textiles. I honestly don't know the answer to this okay. Toyota is a Gigan- onto company with so many sub companies and there are a couple off those companies I knew I just didn't know which ones they kept from the Georgia yeah couple of those companies make textiles even now but they are mainly focused on cortex styles interests day make car seats and stuff like uh-huh You can learn about that at the museum and what are we doing after the museum I would say head to Nagwa Castle okay so they're loads let's have castles all around Japan probably people who have ever traveled to Japan no that even people who have not to lows I thought there were beat notre so many really appear in every city every bigger city even small city Sarah's usually a cast well not necessarily the original one sure no Asaka for instance is definitely rebuilt yes for example INAGUA is also rebuilt but what make this castle so interesting and much better than other castles in my opinion they rebuilt it's called on Meru Palace it's a building completely made from which they rebuild it using the original building techniques zo no modern tales even I think wrentham's built without nails that's very good Chris I could be wrong about that but I was thinking that Japanese castle building techniques were a peg system I in again I was completely wrong about the cover so there's no reason we should trust my information it sounds kind of right but I can't guarantee that they didn't use an email I don't know but it's really beautiful all in light woods insight and the wall paintings are in gold and images of tigers and it's really impressive in what I'm seeing is indeed they were largely using a mortis and ten joints no nails excellent and while we're at the Nagoya Castle is there are we doing a tour we doing it on our own I don't what recommend doing it on your own you don't really need a tour you can do a audio guide on your phone but I don't really feel that you not to have all the information I would just go there for the visuals instagram spot is what you're telling me the people so if you really instagram and you can erase the people in the background and maybe excellent where should we go next it depends on what kind of person you are so we just talked about the older history castle in that stuff than the newer history Toyota so if you want to learn a little bit more about the history and all the things that you couldn't see at the castle because it's basically just a building nothing much of historic items there anymore you could have to the Tokugawa Art Museum which has all the artifacts that are not into castle anymore like swords and armor at tea ceremony Houston Siles and also all s theater costumes in mosques and stuff like that and that would be artifacts from the Tokugawa family that was during the Edo period okay there's actually a garden next to it which is called Tokugawa Garden which is like a Japanese landscape gardening if you are into gardens it's a really nice place to raise a pond and you can just relax and think about whatever you learned at the Tokugawa Art Museum it's a really nice place to have a little break I would go shopping Niagara has a district which is called also and perfect has a network of shopping streets which are roofed over so like a credits and you can buy chemo no for example or cheap clothing stuff like that cheap brand stuff they have a lot of secondhand stores there so you can buy cheap souvenirs from Japan clothing and things like that but it's not only for shopping is also amazing for you have a favorite shop there before get into the food where we're going to get to the yes there is a second hand shop actually it's three shop stay are all called Coma Hill it's basically the biggest second hand shops there are so one is specialized in Kimono Wanna specialized in musical instruments and wanting to specialized in brand items excellent and then you've been trying to get food so let's let's talk about what food is unique to Nagoya as I do no no I've been dying to talk Japanese cuisine is traditionally well a bowl of rice and different kinds of site dishes made from fish vegetables some fermented stuff like example which is famous for being really Discussing Okay have you ever tried it I can't say the have it's for soybeans this is a very strong smell and it's kind of slimy will anyways it that's not a typical food that's just a typical Japanese not out has really some dishes that you can only find there and some restaurants that have is something called me Soul Nicole me don I know it's a mouthful missile me commute on so we don are thick it noodles made from wheat flour they can be found all over the country what's special about the Masonic Commu Don in nuggets is that it's in the dark brown broth made from me so people who never yes exactly there is so soup which is served with basically every meal in Japan it's a fermented soy paste and there's a special kind of me so from the region around Nagoya which is called hub show missile and this missile is fermented for much longer than usual missile which gives it a much stronger flavor and much darker color and this me so is used in me Sony Komi Don to be honest it doesn't like much because like I said it's white noodles and broth but the taste is very unique but very very delicious especially in fall and winter when it's really cold outside and you come in to restore on and you get this dish served in an earthen ware basically really really delicious has a very strong unique flavor and it's just something among people from Western countries have never tasted before so I really recommend people try it and what else should we try and so there are other dishes made from this missile just to give you an overview there's something that's called a missile cut soup so it uses the same dark missile and it's poured over a deep fried or cutlets and that's also really delicious and I can't highly recommended so that's that's your your Venus Schnitzel meets me soup yes yes exactly that's what it is okay other dishes instead I would recommend there like small dumplings is maybe what you would call it in English so their little sweets made from mm sweet potato rice flour and sugar and then there are steamed and these little dumplings are cold on Yemen Jew and these only manjoo are our local sweets from Nagoya and they're super nice just as a snack in between especially if you're doing a long day of sightseeing can just buy one needed and get an energy boost from all the sugar in it that's what I recommend to just when you're feeling you have different dishes you name it I would be sit down restaurants are there street food that we should be aware of was the sweet for instance something we're GonNa get and walk away with or is that again something that is sit down to the first ones I mentioned they are served at restaurants and there are some famous restaurants that serve those dishes so the scented Don As we know it and they have lots of different shops all over the city so there's one next to Nagoya Castle for example it's actually sold in so many department store confectionary shops and everything that's basically sells sweets are human looking shapes but with like big teeth and.

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"nagoya" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

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What the World's Longest-Lived People Eat

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

09:16 min | 2 years ago

What the World's Longest-Lived People Eat

"This many episode Dr Hyman Sits Down with National Geographic Fellow and author of the Blue Zones. Dan Buettner blue zones is a term Dan. Dan coined to designate the geographic regions were high. Percentages of centenarians are enjoying remarkably long and full lives. Let's listen in as Dan shares the commonalities season. Diet as well as lifestyle among the longest lived populations in the world in two thousand. My team came across an interesting fact the World Health Organization named Okinawa's the place in the world with the longest disability free life expectancy and so they have we want they live a longtime managed to elude most chronic disease and die fairly quickly. We we call that the rectangle survival curve. You don't die long painful so you you. You live along time healthy well in boom. You're dead. Yes that's kind of what you WanNa do and really that was kind of the founding of blue zones in two thousand and that that expedition expedition was hugely successful and I had the idea that if there are there's a blue zone area and area where people live a long time in Asia there must be other areas in Europe and Latin American United States. I got funding from the National Institutes on aging to hire demographers to to do the science of population defined statistically longest lived and then recruited a team of experts to help me distill that sorta common denominators the the the bigger high in these blue zones areas around the world is that longevity was not something that was pursued. It's it's something that ensued from the right environment so the healthiest foods beans and Greens and nuts and tubers huber's and grains are they're the cheapest and most accessible curiously no matter where you go and you see people living along time doing the same nine things and they they're clustered in four more areas number one. They're moving naturally as opposed to exercise so nudge into movement. They tend to have a sense of purpose. They can identify the articulate that sense of purpose purpose. They're downshifting. There's things sacred daily rituals downshift them so stopping and being as opposed to doing yes but it's it's less less conscience and Moore wrote for example. Okinawan women are Okinawa older will can owns will always stop what they're doing before they eat. They'll say three words Hachi BU which reminds them to stop eating when their stomachs are eighty percent full adventists were the longest the Americans they all say a prayer so the punctuation between the busy busy life and their food so they're slowdown in each slower. Costa Rica can cut you. They take a nap sir. They do happy hour hour nap. I don't know what everybody does it. So it's not like you're the outlier by you know having having a couple glasses of wine after work or taking a nap at three in the afternoon so and then when it comes to what to what they eat their ninety five to one hundred percent of their dietary intake comes from plants the pillars of all longevity diets in the world. I mentioned before Greens grains whole grains nuts beans and tubers so no matter where you go those five things making daily diet eat meat about five times a month the fish maybe two times a week unless you'd think commodities commuter coastal communities right. They look coastal okay so they're Sardinia Italy it cut he agrees Okinawa Japan the Nagoya Peninsula of Costa Rica and ill Loma Linda three of those Pfizer kind of island. One is peninsula but the blue zone areas are always inland. They're always up in the highlands. They tend to live on a slope in fact one of the biggest corner stigma. Mill longtime is the slope of the land which you live so live on a hill exactly. Yes I live on a well. Yeah and you have to walk down down. Yeah I mean that that's makes sense to me but that was K- studied very carefully in Sardinia and the this the steeper the village the longer the people lived so and then the the the foundation the power nine foundation was keeping your investing in your family became part of a faith in me faith it was and then really paying attention to the people you hang out with yeah so I started out with blue talk about purpose and the ports of the family ah shifting but at the end of the day you realized that the runway for health for most Americans is what we eat through our mouth three times the day there are networks people love to eat so in the last year or two. I've been really focusing on food and trying to really think through what the longest people eight and how to translate it for American populations so you know there's some interesting data on like you know meet and and whether it's harmful or helpful and a lot of it has to do with what the context through overall diet is you know my my view on meeting for I mean in all honesty and blue zones people didn't need you know they typically knew the name of the animal and they took occur the animal for a long time and then it was time for the wedding but it was infrequent often as a condiment. I would argue that most Americans are are disease comes from overeating and over the the wrong kind of food which is usually usually meet not always I mean there's a few one percent of meat. Is You know grass-fed and we ate at once twice a week. There'd be no problem with the reality is to send the message alleged that it's okay to eat meat or the longest people in the world he meet people. Take it the wrong way of if you really want to eat healthy the one one of the keys is having the skills to make a few I I would say plant based meals. I beans is I would say is the the the should be the main ingredient because they're hardy and they kept the protein. You need got cook them. We probably know the plant paradox but the thing is is interesting because you know you talk about how a lot of these cultures consume a lot of beans and there's been a lot of popular books out there lately saying that electons issue and beans are concerning anything 'cause autumn unity and inflammation when you look at these cultures they had very sophisticated ways of actually combining different foods of cooking them breaking down these things that actually may be problematic so can you talk a little bit about that. I Yeah I think that was unfortunate propaganda about that so I mean yeah I mean yes if you eat them raw their problem but I mean here we have seventy percent of Americans are be third are pre diabetic dropping dead of heart disease and we're worried selected for crying out loud. It's it silly I can tell you beyond a shadow of a doubt the the five cultures who are living the longest were eating beans almost every day and probably a cup of beans means and I would say that I mean as long as you soak him. Cookham to a boil electons aren't an issue the reality of the gas problem. Is this your if if you're eating meat cheese and eggs all the time your gut bacteria is is going to proliferate to die to optimally digest meat eggs and cheese when you shift and all of a sudden if if that's all you're eating egg mcmuffins and then all of a sudden you shift to healthy being based your your your gut bacteria. Gaza what the Hell's going on here. It's GonNa be a war but that were only last for about a week or week and a half and then all of a sudden your gut bacteria shift so it can break down those long chain carbohydrates that are in beings to digestible carbohydrates well hydrated and you don't have that issue I every single day I zero issue and and you're talking about how to start out with these smaller beans like rather than kidney beans. Lima beans lentils goals and beans that are easier to follow the far the gaseous if you're not eating them regularly again after two weeks of historic lentils PS and move your way is an important thing that people don't realize about the microbiome in the role plays in all chronic disease including obesity and diabetes and so the way to cultivate your inner garden is by eating getting a lot of plans by eating a lot of fiber rich foods. I liked the inner garden. Yeah I mean we gotTA tender garden. We got the we got a lot of weeds growing in there that are causing disease and the way you get the weeds as you put in the good stuff and it crowds it out so you know when you look at these traditional cultures and I have you done this in Burkina south facade in Africa they looked at the microbiome microbiome of of these people eating more traditional dies and then compared to western Diet and what the microbiome listen they're and they're completely different and you know this is really an important thing that I think hobbies happening in these cultures where all have much healthier digestion is much less autoimmune disease much more anti inflammatory diet which is which is really what's driving being their alone Javadi because we know the longevity is really related to two things one is inflammation or lack of it and to is your ability to handle sugar and

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New Year brings new Emperor in Japan

Correspondents Report

03:49 min | 2 years ago

New Year brings new Emperor in Japan

"We're not far from the new year than in Japan. It's one of the country's most important holidays. But this year it's taking on extra significance next year. The emperor will abdicate the throne heralding, a new age in Japan and Asia correspondent Jake's term it takes a look at what this big change means for the country and the world's since mid December. Japanese people have been meticulously cleaning their houses workplaces schools and neighborhoods as part of a tradition preparing for the arrival of God that brings good luck for the new year. Train stations packed with people hitting home to visit their families. This is the final new year of the hey, say era, each emperor's reign is given a nine the current Emperor Akihito's era is hey say he's been on the throne for thirty years. So this year is known as thirty but for the first time in Japan's modern history. Next year. The imprint will abdicate celebrating his eighty fifth birthday awake ago. The demands of public life became too much. So in April next year, he'll hand over his position to his son. Crown prince, NADA hito, Dr Hideo Kawanishi from Nagoya university is a Japanese historian. He says the emperor is resigning because he could no longer carry out all of his responsibilities that rather than reducing the amount of work. It was decided his duties should be passed on to someone else. So what will the high say era be remembered for tragically? It's been marked by disaster. The Kobe earthquake in one thousand nine hundred five and of course, the twenty eleven full Cosima earthquake and soon NAMI where more than fifteen thousand people died even this year Japan has been hit hard by a series of floods heat waves and earthquakes so much. So the official Kanji character of the year was by meaning disaster. Impr- Akihito made it a priority to visit disaster areas as much as possible, but he's age was beginning to make that difficult. Nagoya university's Dr Kawanishi says a new era will give Japan a chance to put those tragedies behind us becoming a new age and eliminating the problems that had before that's clear with this year's executions of the doomsday cult option requres founder and twelve other members involved in the nineteen ninety-five Seren guests tack on the Tokyo subway and last week the government executed another to death row inmates over my dad used to do. Dr Kawanishi says this was done to ensure this sense of burden wasn't passed onto the next generation. He says they have been some positives in the hey, say era, many individuals became successful and had the opportunity to stand out as opposed to being buried in a community. This became an era where individuals could become successful by trying hard rather than being suppressed, and as for what the new era may bring to Kawanishi believes, the new emperor will take a much more active role in international society. He says the new era parent crown prince, NADA hito was from generation that did not experience the war and appreciates the importance of keeping the pace his wife who become the empress is also a former diplomat and had a career for Japan with the rugby World Cup next year end the Olympic and Paralympic Games in twenty twenty the country will internationalize further welcoming many more. Or foreign tourists and internationally active emperor could be very beneficial for the country. This is Jake sterner in Tokyo for correspondents reported.

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"nagoya" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"What I do is I said, if I have to get up to an alarm, I set the alarm on my phone. I put my phone face down, so of text pops up or something like that. I don't see it. I'm still going to hear the alarm when it goes off and I don't have to see the numbers on that clock each and every time I roll over, I don't wanna know. So now I'm going to talk about. Skis may get a little drink here. So now I'm gonna talk about something specifically that I do that. That unique to me. And helping myself sleep because. For years. My biggest issue is always the falling asleep that I would lay there not be able to fall asleep. So I had to come up with some techniques to help get into sleep mode and fall into deep sleep. We've all been in that kind of grays on where you're not quite all the way asleep and you're not quite a week and you're in that there's there's a zone in there that is known as hip negotia when you're in this zone of hip Negi. You're kind of hallucinate, that's, that's when you tend to have those weird just I fell off of a wall and then you wake up with that. You weren't quite asleep, but you felt like you were falling. That's when you're in that hip Nagoya area. You're right on the cusp of completely falling asleep. If you've ever thought about what your brain is like your brain activity is like when you're in that zone is very random. A lot of random kind of flashing of images moving in and out. It's not organized at all. It's very disorganized. I figured out the just for me, that disorganization of thought is something that can help me push into that zone and fall asleep. So when I'm laying there, I don't owned by the way I look specifically for this podcast. I looked up counting sheep and they've actually done scientific studies and they found that counting sheep actually makes you stay awake longer. And that's probably because it's very linear and very organized, you're counting, okay. If you are thinking of anything that is organized and basically requires higher thought or attention, whether it's math problems, balancing your checkbook passages in a book scenes from a movie that you saw, that's that's all organized thought that's going to engage the higher, the higher learning centers, higher cognitive. Enters of your brain, keep you engaged and keep you awake. So the exercise that I started to do this. If you close your eyes, you'll see kind of shower of lights that occurs basically inside your those are called phosphene. So you'll see these little lights, the move, their smooth edged looks almost like a law of lamp kind of the way they move and morph. Closure is and look at those when you're laying there trying to go to sleep and try to just try to nudge them to try to manipulate them a little bit with your mind, not to form, you know any specific shape or anything like that, but just push them a little bit this way and that way and and you make a little bit of a game, you know, it's almost like you're playing video game inside your eyelids where you're pushing these amorphous shapes around and just kind of seeing what they'll do. It's almost like you're stirring something on the surface of water. Just doing that. I find incredibly relaxing and I found that it ties up my brain in such a way that puts me into that plane where I can fall asleep..

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"nagoya" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Remember what kind of neuro imaging study it was off the top of my head i think it was fm ri i'm they got the ultimate writers to do that automatic writing measured the brain activity in nagoya people who were not matic writers to kind of emulate it and what they found was that there seemed to be distinctive neurophysiological states the kind of experienced automated writers were getting into the one evident in the non experienced automatic writers on these neuro physiological states will also distinct from pathological states there's another interesting aspect of his well was the the areas that we usually associate with complex activities like writing they were the areas that seem to be leased active during the possession state which kind of lens kind of a little bit of weight to the idea that what's happening in these states is that our brains kind of closing down that shutting down on allowing something else to enter kinda ties in with that interesting research that was done with silence ivan mushrooms yes yeah whether they saw decreases inactivity when at the kind of peaks of the psychedelic experience so kinda suggests this kind of filter filter theory of consciousness where the mind is kind of received by the brain rather than being created by yep this was a really intriguing connection in the sl that robin kahad howard study on follow sivan particularly showing yeah the decrease in activity in the brain lead to more intensive psychedelic experience i you know it's fascinating that this is getting us kind of closer to an understanding of the true nature of consciousness and it's funny you know when we do topics on the shar aaron and i don't really have a scientific approach to what we cover is looking for interesting experiences and and kind of wild stories and titles that people have to tell but when you step back in you have that possibility of tiles being true.

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"nagoya" Discussed on The Property Podcast

The Property Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on The Property Podcast

"And the size of company we all and our reputation we get sent investment opportunities all the time and you will have to research each and every one of them to save they've got any potential the fast majority don't make the coats and you'll learn to become quicker and more effective getting through the rubbish to find the gold now once she found stuff that looks like it's got potential you really start to deep dive and dig in doing for more research that could be making phone calls it could becoming visits the development itself could be ringing on network of solicitous or mortgage brokers to get their view viewer input the amount of time and effort that goes into put into a deal to governments but this is something i've done for many many years so i'll be able to teach you the tips and tricks become a better deal maker of course you become a better negotiator as well along the way and i have to say of the many pulse of the business on this without doubts is one of the most exciting parts because the satisfaction you get of posing a big deal gover am witnessing investors getting really excited about the agency you've put together is immensely rewarding the first reason why such an exciting opportunity nearly as an investor is going on under your own steam you'll be buying one property time you might only be able to afford to buy one every couple of years and it could take a decade to get to the point you've worked up to doing multiple units at the same time doing big developments all that kind of thing we this opportunity you'll be involved on that from day one you'll be putting massive deals together right from the start that as well as professionally being rewarding is gonna make a numerous difference to your own investing there's certain things that you learn very slowly when you're doing things on your own that you'll learn very very quickly when you see things at scale and as if that wasn't excited enough you are going to be personally mentor by rabih he's gonna be directly teaching you how to do this this is something that robes been doing for years he's put hundreds of deals together he's led what to look out for his learn how to nagoya.

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"nagoya" Discussed on Go Time

Go Time

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on Go Time

"Well echo path a lot of people resisted go path but now a lot of us are so argument about using the go path everything goes in the go path not just go code well we'll change that to maybe you'll get over that i doubt i mean even if you think about imports right like the fact that it is actually a url like a lot of people who look at go who aren't in nagoya community or just getting into it think it's the oddest thing ever and once you've been around you don't really think about it much in fact i kind of like it like oh i can go find the source code at this url right but yeah i think anything newer different just takes time to kind of get used to yeah and i i remember that transition i mean we were you know we code without your else people just handed out code and you said oh i've package called food and just here download this and put in your path under food and you just had to put it all together yourself and you know that that actually worked pretty well but you couldn't automate any of that when we introduced url's absolutely they've looked ugly but now we think kilyos just way goco looks it's fine in talking about changes is go get going to go away i don't think go get we'll go away it's going to change in the way it works i'd really like to keep you know commands working as well as they they can you know as close as they can to what what we have already so for example i write lots of little throwaway commands and there's like a two factor authentication thing on at our dot io slash to fa and i tell people you know run go get our dot io such a and you have this come in now and so that's at some level the ui or the of the go command and i want to preserve that i want that to continue to install a command for you.

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"nagoya" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Most black twitter would have known that he said nagoya in a lot of people like him so what do you what do you think is next what what do you want to do with us like what is your plan i mean even though i'm trying to feel sad because it's like now that we stopped he started doing the things that i was trying to get him to do all the phone so now was like whether he's working with someone else he's doing his so as like i put in all day's work for garbage joe joe it's going to be hurtful 'cause i know now i'm going to have to watch decide which is not i'm not i'm not jealous i'm not this because it's like i'm the one who got you here but but so i talked to harvard intellect i still don't know his name i talked to him for a long time yeah very very bizarre story i think what stood out to me is that i think i think he really cares about timmy thick you know i think he i feel like he sees something in timmy their minds him of himself you know you could really tell that was the that's what really surprised me with us all thing you know there are some sides to it where it's like you know managing a thick boy is kinda strange but i think he had he might have had good intentions and i think you could tell that he really did care about him and their friends and i think he i mean i think the biggest takeaway from this the biggest takeaway i i went into this thinking that it was somebody fabricating something and that timmy thick wasn't real timmy thick is very real his name's justin in fact i think that harvard intellect may i really wish i didn't have to call them that by the way but harvard intellect a lot of his stress and effort was just filtering timmy thick like the real timmy thick as much more timmy thick than we even imagined i mean i mean unfiltered timmy thick which is probably coming soon on a different account that's gonna be wild and i think you know he had a he had.

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"nagoya" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"The savage over there in nagoya uh holder this guy yeah i'd flight essential centra airport airport yet yes lutely yeah and the traffic lines like literally like right across the street was amazing had go there and just like stuff my face with sushi and get amazing massages visit some japanese saunas do the traffic on take the bullet train over to kyoto hanging in kyoto and then fly home is like one of the one of the funniest things i'd do every year masing your wanted us is barely got back in two weeks ago most people go to tokyo or kyodo but i i kinda like that area right now nick around nagoya on people a lot of people don't realize they have this amazing airport you can fly into it a lot of times a lot lower cost and even um tokyo her kyoto so yeah uninteresting so on the four even delve into molecular hydrogen manam i'm curious about your training protocol because not a lot of people can dead lifts over four hundred pounds and run it to 30 marathon sean i'm i'm just curious how you are able lift heavy an run as fast as you do when in endurance sport yeah they are kind of bed diametricallyopposed training on but i think that's the first thing is most people don't train that way and you can't most people if they're runners they just first off most people who run don't look any waits at all and then those that do typically lifts just varies lightweight and lots and lots of raps and conversely those people who are left in the heavyweight or something uh they don't run a lot and i i you know my goal has just been i wanna be strong i don't care about the in huge gene owed doing things for hypertrophy in have big muscles are things i just i like to wanted to be strong so i would lift heavyweights and that's the most important a way to get stronger to induce that does stimuli it for the you know the sense of central nervous system and everything to ashley lift more weight because the correlation between had purchased be in strength is not as strong as a multiple think that it is so.

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"nagoya" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"nagoya" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Posits bridging gotten to build a nickel knitting form of topics among almost middle 9'0 dutta bhatta we must dominant nickel i know wail under obama angle noble little mikko among them show young legal what and what it with the bulk at god's grandma may sustain annulled by lama no faldo nick of what a bike it gimelstob it some of it it's a mugger who had been gutted cut his dna toubon kind of superstar biggest bucket so what got it kicked a moment so may not the sale were among seven save us say goal of the white former dolled greece uh not excel malo seven day guys say called the gerald yet mom so mama madisonville normal told you film pass go look zizhou ninety ninety five ninety two thousand five the woman doped still live real mauled ties railed fro real hope pies all time highs hewlett vote of culture of diggle purchase which way back goals trump in nagoya guilt of komo hid gas plugging pool me over to us face cook quicko kyodo boy dragon boat of to all my old served her to go so stop audit bessie john get on a dome notebook been gopal doubtful always been served yawn leg has been postelectoral gerald doubting not to stay during the crowd is some marsh shouted bad this year both is gone she fema ask me when the two big goal rider all this in mind nick of purpose would a package from the long gimelstob is book i'm richard mcgown had conduct addis dinner tupac had the chopper was maga's party water sowa dutta too you a moment told me not to sue were seven the fast say color my mom adult brief not itself monticello.

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"nagoya" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

05:07 min | 4 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"nagoya" Discussed on The Extraordinary Negroes

The Extraordinary Negroes

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on The Extraordinary Negroes

"Well the native yeah and mind with who we are inviting into the fold and who are giving passes to at you know eminem literal fuck as freestyle or whatever like okay this doesn't doesn't erase all the other horrible she said about women and gay folks and everybody else like what one one mediocre seifert does not a raced past disney more mindful if you are someone who like i said this is holding onto your your invitations to mike stored in nagoya the week everybody else kitchen cabinet the effort for those listening no more participation annual fees is just really there is a really really really awesome either go ahead let me let me thank so i'm for the first one goes to gabrielle union unless if you are rather bow are not by sea was really open open up about in a hurry challenges of trying to have a child i think concessions have maybe allows know nine eight or nine of the users carriages via i can't even imagine it scrawny i personally have not had miscarriages by i have fibres have had multiple surgeries i've had a doctor told me it may be heart it will be hard we have a kid in so although have had miscarriages i really admire her for being open on this about sharing the experience because for a lot of women is very very difficult to to share that in specially for us to win in in her type of you know uh she's a celebrity in for her to shared i think is really powerful and hopefully like other women who go to something similar that they would be more open to nazi really speak up in in say hey i'm not the online so for those two gabriel union for that of the other 'extraordinary negro are actually morning with all she she.

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"nagoya" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on Dude Soup

"Uh is it it's almost like us a dr salai scientists another maistre an apology carry kyw the abbott they're they're almost doing like science he gave a cadaver is cutting all the way that liver in my mind as it there's no science in this world and was like way i dunno fantasy lands all made up it'd be whatever fuck they wanted his inner dimensional or whatever you want to call on it's all in someone's head uh so but that's the thing is we as viewers get so invested we want this thing to be so real because ours because reality and ottaway sucks it has stretch in the nagoya there's a lot of shrek of scher i'll uh trade year boring real life for a life instructs world would you do it well i would you guaranteed to be a pivotal character in that world or just some dude in shrek lag judge your sunday on shrek land in there you don't even know whether or not you're gonna be a fantasy character you might be a peasant low now i would never trade that we bruce and i or will we live in a fantasy y yeah pretty much the i was gonna say we we have so many good things we have a lot of things at king's didn't have i'm pretty sure have gone on this random for all as i said there's so many moments where i think where jeanclaude precept it's been established john clot the idea that that no matter how far back you go no matter how well you lived three hundred years ago being a normal person today is way better than us spoiling when you're playing golf lunguin sorry yeah all right i think was adolfo my got afflicted up you're gonna us that no it was the thing is we all be sean kloten heartbeat because he live many lives but would you be anyway we only candidate at all i think was just very though the reason we picked off was then it was his cannon middle of the road like it's netted yet yeah he never alist limited leonclaude.

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"nagoya" Discussed on Brentwood Baptist Church Podcast

Brentwood Baptist Church Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"nagoya" Discussed on Brentwood Baptist Church Podcast

"Nagoya home and tell your wife y you deserve to be pitied we get to a spot aso what's up man he says i want to get saved them baptized said what did you say i heard exactly what he said here i'm doing it again what did you say i want to get saved them baptized fantastic it was hard for me not just the jump up and hug him which probably would not be inappropriate ministerial response we walked through just walk through that decision in his story was going on i felt like rodney whom that night the will reminded me pray to were the harvest the harvest is plenty workers are few and i could take the next five minutes and tell you story after story about how we've been seeing god move in raise up workers and show us at the harvest this plenty but if i did that i'd run the risk of preaching a text and then making obedience optional so i wonder if i can't try something different and see if you guys can help me do the conclusion to the sermon why don't we take the next five minutes and pray to the lord of the harvest not just preach i just think about it not just consider it what would it look like if we were the kind of church that consistently praised to the lord of the harvest four workers and ascend the mapped in for his harvests than for is the scene ears to hear.

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