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"nandy" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
"And increased risk of developing kidney stones and a loss of mineral density in bones. And unlike most of the aforementioned risks, that bone density loss is basically a guarantee quoting NASA, NASA has learned that without earth's gravity affecting the human body, weight bearing bones lose on average 1% to 1.5% of mineral density per month during spaceflight. And when you think about how long astronauts will spend in space when we attempt to go to Mars, those percentages each month start adding up. So figuring out how to mitigate that is a huge priority for international space agencies and researchers at the University of California Davis college of engineering might have the answer. Genetically modified lettuce. The lettuce could be grown in space, so the astronauts would have a steady supply, something that's been done for a long time and has been rapidly accelerating. Remember the chili peppers, they enjoyed for taco Tuesday on the International Space Station a few months back. Growing plants in space is a useful experiment to learn how certain species respond in extreme conditions, lending insights towards how they might behave in our changing climate earth side. But are also useful in providing more nutrition and diversity to the astronauts diets that otherwise consist of the same pre packaged meals over and over again. And for long spaceflights, the more you can grow on the way, the less you have to pack to start. And that helps reduce the ever delicate payload. But this genetically modified lettuce could tick all the boxes for growing extra food and helping prevent some of the health impacts of space travel. Quoting a press release from UC Davis, our bones are constantly balanced between growth and resorption, allowing bones to respond to injury or changes in exercise. Spending time in microgravity disrupts this balance, tipping bones towards resorption, so astronauts lose bone mass. This can be treated with a drug called parathyroid hormone or PTH, but it requires regular injections. Kevin Yates, a grad student working with professor Karen McDonald and adjunct professor Salman nandy at the UC Davis department of chemical engineering, developed a transgenic lettuce that expresses a fusion protein combining PTH with part of a human antibody protein. The fusion protein is designed to be stable in the bloodstream and to allow astronauts to potentially purify the drug from plant extracts, nandy said. The team is evaluating the plants for how much of the drug they can produce, which leaves contain the most product and the best time to harvest the leaves. Now, why not just bring the injectable form of PTH with them on the spacecraft? Well, again, there's the payload, but also medicines expired. So it might not last the entire months or years long trip. Instead, astronauts could carry transgenic plant seeds that they repeatedly grow and propagate to access the PTH. And also enjoy the lettuce as a rare, fresh produce option. The UC Davis team notes that ideally the astronauts would be able to get the PTH from just eating the lettuce leaves themselves, but experiments are ongoing, and if that doesn't quite work out, the astronauts would still be able to extract and purify the drug from the lettuce. And I wonder what else could be pumped into lettuce or other plants to benefit astronauts. It could be like a super pill that you can grow over and over again and eat as your dinner instead of popping into your mouth on its own afterwards. It's like the opposite of what all the futurists in the 1950s thought that we would be doing by now. Instead of eating all of our meals in pill form, we're putting the active ingredients from pills into our meals. I kind of dig it. Last fall, New Zealand got a new local celebrity. Doug the potato. The knobbly 17.4 pound potato was pictured on Facebook dressed in hats and being carted around in a wagon by his parents, Donna and Colin Craig Brown, who found the mondo specimen while tending to their garden. After attracting such attention online, the couple was encouraged to submit their starchy sun to the Guinness World Records. The previous world record for largest potato was a measly 11 pounds, 6 and a half pounds less than Doug. The record holder, Peter glazebrook has 15 some odd world records for giant produce, and no one has bested his 11 pound potato since 2010. But last week, the Craig brown's got some crushing news from Guinness World Records. Doug is not a potato at all. After some skepticism from experts who saw Doug's photos and from Guinness themselves, the committee requested a small piece of Doug be sent for DNA analysis. This wasn't the first bit of Doug to be hacked off when Colin Craig Brown first discovered Doug on accident in his garden, he was stumped by the garbage bin lid sized object and cut off a small piece to examine. He even tasted it. The taste interior appearance and outside color and texture is what led Craig Brown to declare it a potato. Craig Brown, a farmer and the son of a horticulturalist, has never grown potatoes, so Doug's presence was fairly bewildering, but Stranger Things have happened in gardens. Still, when Guinness submitted the sample for DNA analysis, they unfortunately found that Doug was not a potato. What exactly Doug is? No one is entirely sure. Guinness after consulting with experts says Doug is, quote, the tuber of a type of gourd. Gourds are a rather large category in the cucurbitaceae family, containing squash, pumpkins, cucumbers, melons, and more. So it's still a pretty broad description of Doug, who even for a gourd is quite oddly shaped and pretty huge. As for how Doug came to be, quoting The New York Times, Chris claridge, a horticulturalist, and the chief executive of the industry group potatoes, New Zealand, which assisted in the DNA testing, described the growth as a kind of scar tissue on a wound, similar to the lumps sometimes seen on trees after a branch is removed. It could have had an infection. It could have had a disease. It could have just formed and grown as an accident of nature, he said, but it's not even the same family as the potato, and he added, put it this way. We're good at growing potatoes in New Zealand, but we're not that good. So Peter glazebrook can rest easy that no one is coming for his potato record, but potato or not, Doug is still well loved, and Craig Brown does have a theory for Doug's origin. He told The New York Times that he once grew hybridized cucumbers on the spot where he found Doug. Quote, during a hybridization process, who's to say they didn't cross breed it with a gourd plant to give it tremendous disease resistance or prolific flowering. Even though Doug looks nothing at all like a cucumber, sprouting from the same spot where some hybridization of members of the cucurbitaceae family took place does make a ton of sense. For now, Craig Brown has put Doug into a cryogenic storage facility on his farm and reports that Doug is happy in there, quote, not phased at all. And back when he thought Doug was a potato, Craig Brown said that he might try making vodka out of him, which he may still try to do anyways. And with everything that he's learned from giant potato growing experts through this whole process, Craig Brown says that he might actually give growing actual giant potatoes a go now..
"nandy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Morning Hannah Good morning Caroline while yes after those inflation figures the Chancellor is saying he'll stand by British households as he comes under pressure to ease the cost of living crisis when he delivers his spring statement today Rishi sunak will promise security for working families and says say Britain's response to Russia includes strengthening the UK economy but with inflation at a three decade high labor's shadow leveling up secretary Lisa nandy wants solutions to rising costs People simply can not keep their heads above water now and this was to come So we need a windfall tax on the oil and gas producers to knock 200 pounds of people's energy bills because people need help right now but the government's also got to think again about the national insurance rise The most likely action from the Chancellor today includes a cut to fuel duty and raising the threshold at which people start paying national insurance In the U.S. fed officials are joining Jerome Powell's call to get going on raising rates to curb high inflation San Francisco fed president Mary Daly says the Central Bank should be marching rates up to neutral and say Louis fed chief Jim bullard told Bloomberg faster is better when it comes to the fed's rate hike strategy What you have to do is move the policy rate up discreetly a fair amount not to be too disruptive but I think 50 basis point moves are definitely be in the mix And then get to a level that we can be neutral And then from there we can decide if we want to be restrictive in put further downward pressure on inflation Bernard reiterated his call for interest rates to rise above 3% this year When it comes to the latest on the war in Ukraine the U.S. is saying that NATO is ready to put more sanctions on Russia Bloomberg's Ed Baxter reports National security adviser Jake Sullivan says the Biden trip this week will firm the plans He will join our partners in imposing further sanctions on Russia and tightening the existing sanctions to crack down on evasion and to ensure robust enforcement And reports are that the Biden administration is preparing sanctions on most members of Russia's state Duma the lower house of parliament more than 300 They will be coordinated with the EU In San Francisco I met Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Europe And the U.S. and UK have reached a deal to ease tariffs on British steel and aluminum The story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet It resolves a long-standing irritant as the nation's work to strengthen trade The commerce department says the deal will allow 500,000 metric tons of steel to be imported duty free The UK will also lift retaliatory tariffs on more than $500 million worth of American exports including distilled spirits various agricultural products and consumer goods In New York Charlie pellet Bloomberg daybreak Europe Global news 24 hours a day on air and Don Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Hannah George this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much Hannah for today's top stories Let's get some more details then on what is happening in Ukraine and bring in our Bloomberg senior reporter for international affairs Mark champion Mark good morning President Biden is heading to Brussels what do we expect from these meetings How much support will European leaders feel from the presence of the U.S. president Yes it's going to be a big day for diplomacy So Biden will be there for the NATO summit He'll be there for an EU meeting with taking part in what would normally be an EU meeting and take part in the G 7 meeting So a big day and really what he's I think what he and the other NATO allies and partners in the G 7 like Japan are trying to do is to get ahead of what they know will be a continuing issue with Russia over Ukraine So try and get ahead on issues like sort of how do we make sure that the sanctions take real effect How do we pay for resolve our differences over how to deal with energy in particular oil And how do we react if the either the Chinese were to help the Russians or if the Russians were to raise the stakes by using a chemical weapons or some other weapon of mass destruction Okay so that's the diplomacy on the ground though things are pretty bad What is the situation now in Mario pole and the situation with russet rush and troops Well it's dire in Mario bowl It gets worse by the day essentially the fighting is in the city There's still a hundred and thousand people there according to president zelensky So quite a lot of got out It was before the war This was a population of around 500,000 but a 100,000 people are still there without power water food and of course the finding just rages on The images coming from the city now really are of a place that will have very little left after this war is finished Yeah almost a quarter of the Ukrainian population now displaced There's also another big worry further afield which is food Agriculture the severe disruption because Ukraine's harvest It means that the EU is holding a special meeting on it too So it will also affect others worldwide Yes absolutely The Ukrainian in particular wheat is a huge supplier wheat on the world or in the world market And that's going to hit it'll hit the EU but it's really a more severe problem in the Middle East and Africa Where the grain price the price of bread is more sensitive So yes this is an issue with global implications Okay yeah She's like Egypt Lebanon and others most perhaps at risk in terms of the food threat to Mark thank you so much for being with me Bloomberg senior reporter for international affairs Marc champion yes so the situation in Mario pole is dire as Mark was saying but the hopes of some diplomatic efforts perhaps further sanctions little hope at the moment it would seem of the war in Ukraine being brought to any kind of resolution Having said that we will have another conversation in the coming moments to discuss what is happening here in 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"nandy" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Coke zero sugar thirty years ago this fall a law professor named anita hill testified about sexual harassment. At clarence thomas supreme court confirmation hearings. Now because of anita tells the real story of what happened and what's changed you'll hear from journalists witnesses and activists and listen in on the first public conversation between professor hill and dr christine lasi ford. That's because of anita a production of pineapple street studios and the media or out now. Wherever you get your podcasts. Jon gruden resigning from head. Coach of the vegas raiders. After more emails were leaked. That florio thing was interesting to me. And i i i read most of it so basically. That's why florio he doesn't use the stuff that he puts out there and say that like he's the source. A lot of time is sort of like genius. You know what i'm saying. Yeah so he's like. I'm a lawyer. I've seen these things. I'm around the league. Here's my informed opinion and there you go as opposed the like putting it out there as fact and then people come in for. He's wrong so it is very very smart the way he does stuff but i mean if the nfl what would the nfl putting these emails out if florio seems to believe that is the case if that is true. I mean there's another half of this that makes me think why in the hell would the nfl one. Illuminate such a horrible thing. When they didn't have to now people's all you want to cover up your make sure that you're standing. You're standing up for racist and homophobic everything. But the reason i bring this up is the. Nfl is so unbelievably image conscious. I mean we've seen them in the past. You know be accused of burning evidence in certain situations and destroying evidence to make sure that there wasn't more stuff out there to make the league look bad and now all of a sudden. I am to believe that it was the nfl themselves. That was leaking out these emails. That essentially is shows that in multiple organizations. There were guys that were saying horrible things like that. I don't know man. I don't know you've you've often asked me and i know we've been over the thousand times why i didn't stay involved in the league. Yes yup. I do that all the time. Oh you've got great jobs. I have had great jobs. There's no question. And and i do love the i love the sport. I love the game. I love what goes into the game. I love watching games like last night. You know my buddy loses a game you know. I feel that loss a little bit more. Because he standing on the sideline and all that other stuff. So that's still in me. I can feel that but there. There's just there's an awful part of the league that that. I just never really loved the and that was the backstabbing and the insecurities and the people looking over their shoulders. And the bad mouth thing and you know it's just it's such a petri dish for all that negativity and and do you think that what what breeds that. More than anything insecurities are they. It's insecure. i do a better than he does it. He does a better than though i you know or or you know. This player stinks. Players got bad character. This coach is meddling this owners in idiot. And it's all over the place and it's really really competitive you can't imagine how competitive and how weasley the whole thing is. It's almost as bad. politics have become. I think politics is always been bad. But it's almost like you go to college to learn political science and how to get your point across a lie about it no matter what side you're on. That's what they're teaching you. I guess but i think in the nfl. It's there are a lot of good people in the nfl. And i always tell you this. That ninety five percent of the players are always going back to their hometown. They're always trying to do something for somebody that needs a hand up and paying it forward if you will. But there's all so this really nasty undercurrent that goes on and it happens because of the way the business works. And it's all tied to winning and losing selling tickets or promoting teams is. Why do you think coaches get fired. How many times. We sat here. And i told you that a coaching staff with four games left go. Isn't that really coaching their team. You're looking for their next job. Yeah because they know they're gonna get fired he. I talked to a college football head once who was at a work and he told me someone who had coach for many years but he wasn't working that when he was about to get fired news getting fire that they took every piece a tape that they could over the years from that particular place even from before he was the coach loaded it up. Put it suitcases and everything could talk with them because they were. They've thought they would get hired somewhere else and they felt like hey. This is a resource so my point is that that's exactly right. There's coaching staff. We're going to get fired. We set ourselves up for the next job. Do whatever it takes. And i don't even care about this place anymore because it doesn't matter we're got guys like john harbaugh bill belichick and andy. Reid nandy reads on a second job that they're they're the anomalies. They are not the guys that you know that i'm an even earlier in their careers. They were bouncing around all over the place they become nomads and their families have to go with them and their families are stretched thin and pressure and anxiety and all that crap that goes into it. I mean think about this for a second and now the world that we live in which is a really Supported by social media and influenced by social media that you have you know wives players arguing with people and moms with players argument people on social media about the players performance whether it be patrick mahomes the highest paid player in the most celebrated player. Right now you know and and all the way down to probably what happened with the indianapolis last night. I'm sure there's negative stuff coming there. Well sure sure. Yeah i just we live in a different world right now and and you know it's just it's just a world in which when you have a league like this and this goes for all the league's i'm sure all the league's like this because we're talking about aaron boone right now and his job status we we were talking about louis row hossan his job status and what about you know zach scott his job status but we're openly talking about all of these things so you can imagine the insecurities that are developed around all of that. Oh yeah no absolutely. And that's why so many players in so many coaches say now whether you believe it or not but we don't listen to any of it. We don't let any of that outside noise get in here. Why does of that. The players do the players know everything that's going on. You don't think kevin durant knows everything that's all we know he does and he to. Yeah that's that he's one of the guys at saying he doesn't listen to it. He listened to it. And that's their world man. I listened to it just. Because i wanted to know what was being said and house being said because sometimes things that are said are told told to you the way that people hear them but maybe not the way that they were intended to be a it happens and radio lot yes it does right Do you think jon gruden of bad guy. I don't know well enough you know. I know he's always been an in your face type of guy. He's been like what they would determine like. I guess you would describe him as a man's man like but it's hard core. He's a hardcore football guy. You've been around guys like that many of them. I'm sitting next to a hardcore football guy right now right but i know you're a good guy i just don't know i have never met jon gruden. I haven't.
"nandy" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Did that show champions. He's no. He's not a degenerate gambler admittedly like he said like he lost his entire life. Savings a few times right. Gambling like a madman. You know it's weird that there's no like The records on him are weird like they say like. We think he has a son. Who's about twenty eight years old. He was a private guy. It's amazing they couldn't find that stuff. And i think his kid runs that i'm not mcdonagh. I'm not norm youtube channel and the channel. I'm pretty sure he's runs that because there's some videos he has like where would he have gone. Yes i feel like. They updated that channel like last night. Right yeah yeah because you talked with a lot to know sort of you know. Yeah he would hear the joke on the action. The sipho one. He was like talking about like. I'm not sure if my son's gay music. So i just keep letting them know how great it is to be gay so now i think my son thinks i'm gay and he's acting like that's okay too so both pretending that we're gay he's like i'm not sure why. But like it's he's. He's a disciples living life secretly. Heterosexuals pretty much well. I did like seinfeld very much now. I'm sure you saw the episode mike. That's what seinfeld's best i. Love seinfeld has a good older comedian. Like i wouldn't call norm necessary contemporary of seinfeld but sort of contemporary. I mean like type. Allopathy start earlier but but there were key. You could tell them what you liked. And that's when i like seinfeld right. Yeah when he has guys that are genuinely funny. Kate mckinnon on or something or something. You know he doesn't really care. Although you know what episode was great is when. He had a bridget everett on. I think because he just out of no starts lambasting. Bob cat goldthwait relief. He doesn't say the name. Yeah but based on context. Everyone knows who he is. It always just not funny and bridget ever. It's like okay well. He was good like tries to move music. And another thing really. But that's about yeah. We say the the only negative comments i saw were about the how he i guess he in there is. He defended louis c. k. roseanne. Yesterday that was his last big controversy. Music i mean like roseanne came a big break like she gave him a massive like that was the biggest show in the world. Will he also. I mean the thing. He said about roseanne. Enormous donald is. Hey there's i put those two in contact with each other because there's no one else that is experienced what they've experienced. That was what he had to apologize. Doesn't as apology was the greatest ever. Oh that's right. I forgot i because that is like i don't know if he didn't know that was inappropriate right. You've had down's syndrome right. Where they had the simmons again ask guys. Do you think you think norms aware because how they massive like guys like my age in your you like this massive renaissance youtube where people just. Yeah he's a kind of no he's like he's like. I know enormous on youtube all days. Whether you really liked was annoying orange. Like the guy that harold ickes. She's accused obsessed with you. Watch it all the time. A strange guys like but like not like you know people who are purposely bizarre you and it's like get the fuck away from. He was not so he was him. Just a strange. I i i i know. I keep like what's most interesting to me about him. As you can't put him anywhere right which i think is great the brilliance wonderful. What a wonderful unique career that. No one is ever going to have again like when tim allen dies great successful career but who is he. Yeah the fuck donald. I listened to corolla this morning and he used the same example. Is that true he goes. I didn't say i wasn't liberal. He goes down is probably made eleven movies that have made over two hundred million dollars right and he's probably fucking miserable norm. I think like enjoyed his. Let's very funny. No kirk said that name so he so he had any mayday television show. That probably produced in had pieces of syndication probably made him three hundred million dollars. Yeah and you know the fucking story. Santa costs but like a drug largest. What's your favorite. Tim allen moment right like he did something on home improvement. Maybe but like you know knocking him. It's just like there's a lot of guys like that. I remember the grunt. Tweet that grunge right. Now when he's gone like no. I want to spend ten seconds about him. I may help it thirty ish now but like you know. Where's normal. Always be around like rickles for me. I go look at rickles stuff every week every week when you know i'll even know a contemporary. You know whoever another tim. Allen type seinfeld to me is on the higher level but oh yeah but like it seinfeld like i got emotional norm. When i saw that norm died. Yeah like when seinfeld. I've watched every episode episode of seinfeld. Fifteen time right but when seinfeld dies will be shit that said right but i don't think it will affect me. Yeah yeah that'd be. There was also a human aspect. Enormous doesn't really let you in either his thoughts on like religion and just like Society in general. There's no weaknesses. And yeah. He just had a credible i. Neil young's a weird but that's like the closest career i can think of in terms of justice oddball. I'm gonna do whatever i want. And every once in a while. I'll run into something that's successful and who gives a shit. Yeah i mean. And i i think it was andy kaufman but not as forced. Yeah nandy coffin. Didn't like have great thoughts very bright guy. But you know i mean maybe this is complete hindsight. Because i wasn't alive in the seventy s. But i feel like a certain point. It'd be like oh. He's wrestling these women as a joke whereas didn't do that shit was just like i don't know on what the fuck is happening. Is that big influence on him. Was he a big influence on. I'd never. I don't remember hearing him. Talk about andy kaufman. He would talk about weird guys. Like a george miller he loved. You would talk to letterman about george miller all the time george miller and that it's funny. You mentioned that mike. I was thinking that this morning. I was running because i went into a he george miller this is like action the case i was south guy at the hotel one night and i was watching the norm clip with letterman. They were talking about their favorite joke. And it was a george miller joe and let me watch like three hours of george miller on letterman. He specialized waiters right. You can you can see like normal because also later in like but you could definitely see the influence for sure right which is a perfect because no one knows what that is. Yeah and i was trying to like. There's people i was trying to think of people who were influenced by norm and there's a lot of people who like copied his cadence or things but there's no one that you're like. Oh that's a norm type of guy. Yeah he didn't really branch you're right. Yeah because it's hard. You can't really do that right. That's true i'm trying to remember. George miller joke if you view youtube search davies youtube if you search norm letterman george miller. Maybe you'll get it. I think so. I think it's part of a couple like it is and i think it was on norm. Show right I think both norman letterman like norm. Talk show and letterman's okay. Yeah yea add. Ron here okay. I'd say i remember him as a turt- ferguson celebrity jeopardy sure yeah yeah of course. Yeah definitely i mean people did that was all over the place to feel like did the weekend. Update guys do a lot of the skits now. Snl like he still was off skit so what he was. He said Whenever they needed someone to answer the door. Yeah yeah it was always a big deal. When dennis miller who i think is the best We update guy ever. It was a big deal and he was in the sketch he wasn't in the very much..
"nandy" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand
"Anything like credit card info or anything. No i won't take any personal information from you credit card address or anything like that. We will know where to send them. And we'll get to that in a minute but we will send them off with a nice little card and that my friend you can get his personal as you want with. It's your chance to really you know. Make this a gift from you if you will. Some people get fun. Some people get flirty. Some people get like real raunchy. So don't be shy. I've seen it all however you want these to go out and whatever message you want him to send let me know and then we can move on to like the next green where we go like who and wear and what the wow So like there's no catch. Just let me send flowers and somebody. We're getting something out of it to rob if you're sharing us on social media it's basically advertising for us so i mean that's how we do it without charging you any money and i don't i don't give you any info except the place. I want the flowers to go absolutely. We'll and you know the message is important too. Because you know it's makes it more personal from you all right. Yeah sure yeah yeah. Let's do it. Like i said i've got that card ready. Just let me know the message you want to put on it How let's let's go ahead and say let's try and keep the dmz sexy okay. Let's try to key the d. nexia. Yeah that's good one. Okay sexy and do you want like a love. Rob akzo exo. Maybe like triple x. Someone a little different for this one actually So i'm going to. Can you sign them. Exo exo mandy and do you need the name of the person. I'm going to be sending them to yes mandy and then go ahead or do you want to and then can you just send them till orissa so to larisa in exile exile mandy right. How rob who is orissa and mandy. Hello who where did pay bad. it's also hannah. Who are these. Women are like sending romantic flowers. Hannah what's going on. What are you going. Are those people still listening or the like who the hell were the flower people really fire people. Yeah you're on the radio you're on the giant richaud. Why am i got hannah. We do not want to have this conversation right now. Why the hell are we on the radio because you obviously are not the person. I thought you were clear this up like who. I'm okay do you really wanna do this. Right over and over again saying fine Nandy is not a real person. Oh that's that's what you need enough. I need to have a little bit more information. Okay well Mandy is not a real person. She's someone i created. Because i made a fake account can't be enough for you. Yeah no it's it's it's not i need who's larisa. She's okay whatever whatever. Whatever i'm doing. I'm doing i'm doing it. I made a fake account of a woman. Amanda us your pictures for her account. My yep yep if you really want if you really want to know this is the way you want yes. I made an accountant. Use your picture. Why i have been I've been messaging other women using your info cat fishing people. I think that is one way to put it. I guess in a relationship pretending to be a woman with my other two what. I've never done anything physical with them like it's not like i'm like like meeting up with them or anything. We rob okay. There's a lot of pictures that you have of me. And some of them not ever meant to be shared. They're very intimate picture. I okay i've not. I've not said those photos to anybody. I swear to you i swear to you. Not that those. What is everybody's like your regular feed photos. This is just make it. Seem like mandy is a real person. What's the whole purpose of doing this. I i really. I really love being around you and i love being with you but i need that digital outlet sometimes and this. This was a way. I thought i could get that digital outlet and get that you know fun like you know variety without actually cheating on you. The short version of this is that i'm not exciting enough for you and so therefore you stole my face. Put it on the internet and pretend to be a woman to be sexually satisfied in a different way. Oh okay well. Let's let's let's force it a little bit because he's a you do satisfy. This is just how. I like stay interested. I haven't done anything with the big deal. Why is it a big deal. Nothing physical just got messages like it would be like me scrolling reports. I you know what. I mean like nothing. All the photos i posted are like available on any of your feeds for anybody to see so. It's not like i'm taking anything like private and hosting in that way. I'm just taking with artie there. And i'm like messaging people and they're sending me the casting. You need therapy. You need help. This is not or all right. Sure no credible copy would feel that way. He's used without her permission and he's also lying to all these other women. I know nobody getting hurt. I mean obviously you knew you were hiding it. Hannah whole kennedy. You look like a mandy. It's like you know what i mean. I have to do with mandy. Looks like a mandy. Someone's these pictures and they called you jenny out of the agenda. No no so what. I'm saying so what. I thought i thought this was going Inside instead of this weirdness that he's doing. I thought he was using her pictures as identity to be her to work like a threesome. I thought he was trying to get a girl to like her and then he was going to pitch the three something to hannah and hannah was in. And she's like she's like okay. I'm in where we're going to find a girl. These will funny. You should ask. I found a girl who likes you. Know what i mean. That's what i thought. It must be better than this. That's instead it's like like we can pivot to that mex girl thing. I think you're out. Yeah yeah hannah come on august. Screw you hannah. Come on faith as like that. That went like that's important like you're totally overreacting like this is not a big deal. I'll shut them down now. Like like just like. Let's talk about this. We're only on the phone with these random as radio weirdos. Like listening meyer. They part of this conversation just between you and me because we bring on your psychology to well i can. I will definitely be going to therapy over. This is i did not see what a troll. You're okay will you want to go rob. Thanks go down there with his rob. Whatever hannah. thank you for coming to get you answers. I appreciate the help you should go online and try to see if you can somehow remove all the photos of your face. I think you're right i. That's the roses. John dean rich..
"nandy" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Us is sending more troops to afghanistan to help bring out americans and afghans who help them during the long war now. The taliban insurgents are taking over it had taken them just over a week to seize control. Officials say the. Us embassy has been evacuated and the american flag has been lowered. Nato allies are also sending troops back to afghanistan to protect their own evacuations. Npr's greg murray reports. It will take some time for everyone to be safely removed from the country. Military planes are being allowed to come and go the. Us has warned the taliban not to attack the airport or this airlift operation and the taliban have indicated they won't and indeed it is in their interest to let the americans and others fly out but this is likely to involve tens of thousands of evacuees and presumably. We'll take a couple of days. Npr's greg myra the death toll after a seven point two magnitude quake on saturday in southwestern haiti has risen to more than twelve hundred. Thousands of buildings have been destroyed. Haitian ex patriots are considering their options for helping friends and family in the impoverished country cave antonio heydari reports from miami. Miami's little haiti. People are talking about the best ways to help family and victims of the earthquake political turmoil violence in the loss of credibility of aid organizations after the two thousand ten earthquake means pats are weighing their options. Roseville belva says life in haiti is always tough and the latest events. Just ratchet up the difficulty. Nandy my says patients find alternative ways to help the largest problem. That haiti has is not done. Natural disaster is the currency manipulation is corruption in haiti. That's the main problem. That's going to stay after these natural disaster aid groups and usa. Id are organizing. Rescue missions in evacuating victims for npr news. I'm cave on antonio heydari in miami. The texas supreme court struck down temporary restraining orders that empowered to counties to institute mask mandates in schools. Texas public radio is paul. Flab reports san antonio bear county and dallas county sued the governor last week over his executive order banning mask mandates both suits one in lower courts on appeal. A groundswell of defiance from local governments and school districts. Took place last week. As corona virus cases surged hospitalizations increase. An intensive care bed. Numbers shrank across the state. The win for governor. Abbot was expected by legal experts. Who said the emergency statute he used to suspend. Laws was clear. According to the advisory announced sunday evening the ruling by the supreme court does not impact upcoming hearings for both counties that could return emergency powers. One is scheduled for monday. My paul flab san antonio this is npr. The biden administration is expected to announce monday an increase in the snap program also known as food stamps beginning october average benefits will rise more than twenty five percent above pre pandemic levels from one hundred twenty one dollars per month per person to one hundred fifty seven dollars. The higher level be available indefinitely. Some forty two million americans receive the assistance. The increase is part of the binds administration effort to strengthen the nation's safety net. Many americans went on a shopping spree during the pandemic but as rafael nam reports there are signs. Some of that strong spending is starting to slow. Many americans were stuck at home last year and they took this as an opportunity to buy a lot of things online leading to a surge in retail sales. All the spending was also helped by stimulus. Checks passed by congress. There are signs however the some of the spending is slowing with vaccine's rolling out. Americans are buying less stuff and going out more. That's not great for retailers but it is good for hotels and restaurants will get the latest snapshot for retail sales on tuesday. Also this week. Several big retailers will announce their earnings including walmart and target rafael. Npr news a tropical storm. Warning is in effect for parts of the florida. Panhandle as fred approaches it regained its tropical storm status sunday and is now expected to reach the coast as early as monday afternoon. Meanwhile tropical storm grace has been downgraded to a depression after its wins diminished. It's approaching earthquake battered haiti. I'm nora raum npr news..
"nandy" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"Entire island island tire call and by the way i was Once to needed the president on july seven. I was like okay. Cool demand i could go with. What is the best gift that i could give to them online. Let me tap into that noth- thing right. I'm doing to focus on the perpetrator. That's why i don't want to break down the structure etc. I want to build a novel. Okay this is what i will do. And that's what got me going to now. I don't know. I know he's going to go. It's working already okay. The thing is i. it's going man. Listen it makes. There's no reason just because everything you're saying makes complete sanitary something. The city of miami last week they have created the miami quaint gay and i have it on the website where the chief of technology integration of the city of miami is saying that the model the city of miami coin. Astor my quaint little haiti. Because it is a quaint it. A social economy coin. I just i've just elevated to an As a national remedy what haiti's experiencing gay but it is depletable to any community around the world. So i'm inviting everybody to get active in the cryptos ear and discography and see what innovation can come out of your creativity in order to remedy issues challenges. That people that care about our experience a beautiful message. Thank you so much for talking to me. Today it's just been a real honor to talk to you man. It's therapy send me a bill. Let's just do peer to peer. We'll just call it. We both do Man have a beautiful day. That was fantastic. Much appreciation for you guys tuning into the exploding human. Please check out the exploding human dot com the youtube channel the exploding human with bob nick mun and the exploding human facebook page big big big. Thanks to nandy martin for a wonderful talk. And i hope you guys got a lot out of that. I certainly learned a lot about the history of haiti. And i'm excited to see how. This project with crypto goes for for Nandy and his crew people and The island of haiti. So please Check that out at cardinal beach much appreciation for listening. Have a wonderful day..
"nandy" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"The. It is very important to me to not misrepresent the voodoo religion a spiritual movement. I don't know enough about it to tell you much. But what i can tell you. Is that on august. Twenty four not seventeen ninety one There's been a meeting with the slaves and the mountain of the north k- this meeting took the form of a voodoo ceremony. And we call it the wakai. Ima and northern mountains of the of the island which which which is where my family comes from by the way k So and that ceremony there there has been yes. spiritual incantation This being also strategies From our highest rank generals in our most intellectual citizen to defeat The decolonization to defeat france. So i will say that The voodoo spiritual movement has talked to do because when scratched the surface of the good who come to discover that the same way in the catholic church. You out what you call the sent the prey to essential sexiest off saint-pierre etc. Well end the voodoo spirituality. We week evoked during laws. We call them wa these laws. Each one of them is one law of nature so too on the stand and exercise voodoo understanding of it is that you have to almost in nature you have to be one with the creation and being one with the creation helps you to evolve these laws in your favor in order to accomplish your goals or your mission or your highest aspiration. That's that's the. That's the only thing i could mention when it comes to a to do 'cause i don't know much about it and what i respect. I respected tremendously. And i know. For a fact that rudy's the heart of the of the freedom off haiti and the haitian revolution so if it's in the heart of the haitian revolution voodoo isn't a lot of freedom of all slaves around the will because that's what we have done with our freedom. We are freed out of people around the world. there's certainly a misrepresentation of voodoo in movies and television. So folks if you're gonna go by that don't do your own research and and and understand that. This is a very Spiritually based religion and way of living that is based in based on on science. When you say nature you talk about science absolutely and this is where we all come from the same place. Let's let's get people to invest in haiti. So i'm going to put this in the description of the show so it's in print but i also want you to let us know what is the best way to proceed. If you're listening to this podcast and you want to help this movement. Now is the time to pay real attention. Focus on what nandy is going to say right. The call to action is to go on cardin beach dot com spell that very slowly so everyone c. a. r. d. a. n. o. b. e. a. c. h. dot com cardinal beach dot com k. Grants you'll get to cardinal beach dot com. You're gonna to see a button that says why. Why should i care. He's gonna bring you to a section of everything is done through the year for two for the world and you can then decide if it's worth it for you to bank. Three haitians in haiti when not a factor mentioned sixty eight percent of haitians. Our own. Bank that that means. They don't have a bank account by providing them Across that wallet okay. In little haiti coin. You're actually thanking them and making them in contact with the world's the world's economy okay so you can go on the website cardin beach dot com on. Why should i care to learn more about haiti and also click on baking three haitians. Now you can bank all the way to three hundred patients kid. We don't allow people to sponsor more because we don't want to create a what we call wales in the crypto sphere. Wales are people that have a huge wallet and can dictate right. The market order value as they wanted so the that you can invest right now is a teen who four is the year of independence when i say eighteen four it's a dozen eighteen hundred four dollars. That's the maximum that you can do to sponsor three hundred us in haiti and you receive and return and reward. You receive one hundred little. Haiti quyen as well in your wallet. So you go to cardinal beach dot com you sponsor the number of haitians. That's want to sponsor over there. In dan you sit back and watch the value of that digital asset grow. And if you wanna know why you should care if you listen to this podcast. You already know yeah. I'm pretty sure that your audience is a question you ask. I can tell your your audience is Is really into having another perspective on own the whale but from what i can tell for the people that listen. They're they're very curious. They're courageous and they want to help themselves. And other people to prosper in every way possible body mind spirit financially. All that stuff. It's all if it's all tied in and it works really well. yeah i after. Thank you when. I've been through a your your podcast. I'm like why. Don't you want to talk to me all the subtleties and all these scientists. Etcetera is alvin guardless on like all matt. Okay but thank you for making it a conversation and put me at ease. You know. I really appreciate it out. Oh it's wonderful talking. And the reason i wanted to talk to you because to me this is a this is about healing. That's what this is about and it's through you know yes it's through a financial medium but it's not about that. It's really about healing at an.
"nandy" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"I go. This is going to go so slow that that nandy will be fine. No one's gonna no one's gonna come after him for this because it's going to go so slow. I i got really scared when you talking about oligarchs those guys are you know they can be there. Kick somebody's money. But i'll tell you something the state of the world right now. It's not a word it's not a world that it's what living in right now for me right so if i don't change it gave. I don't contribute to change it does it doesn't work you know even with i knew that with the set of skills that i have a at could very well off doing anything else in absorbed so many offers for many cooperation on. This is what you do. Come in Do this for us do some product development for us etc will set you up etc. But i'm like. Yeah and i'm going to be well private wealth and i turn around and i see people that look like me in the rest of humanity in know suffering and i'll take something else outside many times to pay back haiti for what haiti done for the world. This is the reason why i say that. When we took our independence in eighteen or four. I'm came from france. Defeated the mightiest army in the world. By dan we didn't keep our freedom and for ourselves. We invested in other nations. What do i mean by that. For example if i just stayed a let me see. Ecuador k will end the eighteen fifteen. And we'll talk about ecuador that was included and greg columbia back in the days Eight hundred fifteen. Eighty finance cemil body voss quest to liberate guyana venezuela ecuador colombia panama northern peru. Costa rica bolivia in the northwest of brazil from spain. So once we invested in simone body by eighteen earn fifteen he lost he came back and eighteen sixteen and haiti's finance simone volleyball's quest and this time alongside a brother we're coming at you and this is how great columbia got their independence from spain. K the only thing that haiti ask in return and there are records of this. The only thing we ask in return is to create a slave and greg columbia which simone bodyguard did not that greece We ought the first country to recognize greece independence and eighteen twenty two trees out president. Y at the time he agreed to send a car-bomb twenty five tons of coffee one of the most important commodity of the time to be sold on behalf of the greek revolutionaries for the procurement of supplies so making. Hey the first country in the world to recognize greece ripe to freedom and there's so many countries like united states The battle of Of savannah we came and Seventeen seventy seventy six eight hundred haitian men of hate on haitian freeman aid to. Us win the battle of savannah against the british. And seventeen seventy six so wherever you look in the world. It's shokhin do any reason why it's your job is the only country that have never experienced colonization. It's partly thanks to haiti. Because haiti finance the army of its european and sent soldiers to help defeat easily and the battle of adwa so haney knees a great nation. That's why i think it's very important for the world. To payback's haiti pay-back haiti invest back and haiti after haiti app invested. In you that way so this these same people that i've invested to free the world from slavery and abuse can get at it again. We start with haiti. Since we're the progress you wanna help help the lowest one. The thing i kept thinking of When you talk about a country a country helping other countries what are the spiritual underpinnings of that culture. What goes on there. That i don't know about or that. The world doesn't know spiritually Could be religious. It could not be religious. Whatever what is going on that they're such Altruism kindness an understanding that human beings need to be free and equal k. Now you're you're asking me to go deeper okay and why not your we are man. Wanna try my best. 'cause i'm not okay. I said i'm not an economist. I'm not in eastern oregon. Neater so well. I'm i'm going for the i'm gone for the the heart here the love which because you said love and crypto and that's gonna be the title of this Oven crypto free. And this is what's going. Well i love it by the way about. You are writer so sometimes so. But i want to know. Because i mean you don't think about you. Think about countries being self serving or conquering other countries or protecting themselves or winning and battles you don't think about countries as as a collective unit being humanitarian. I don't in maybe that. Maybe i am missing something but what is going on in. Haiti is storage. That these are these. Are things that that. Hey haiti has done for.
"nandy" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"What established. It's what helped establish the value of the bitcoin. There's only one million little haiti quaint. So we we made. It really scares gay now. do you sell it. See because they put their lives at risk when they go to haiti because they want freedom sell for the corruption of the government that takes a dollar fifty because they want to be able to pay less money to their family. In haiti it increase the need for this cryptic descript asset to be cellphone instead of receiving money and guess what once they received the digital asset. It's not an it's a flake they're not. They do not become victims of inflation when they received that digital asset to more did use it the water value goes up and when he goes up and down cellphone. Devalue of the neo haiti. Quake goes up on your cell phone as well. You pouncer so you have been vested in haiti and i repeat. You're not investing in a queen. Because i will be selling the security. What you're doing. You're investing in haiti by sending them a tool that they can use and by sending them that tool you going to be able to participate and haiti's new economy right and it's so if they're using at the failure is going to go up for you to. It's basically it a very small investment for a long-term exactly and eradicate an in very often talk about haiti this as the poorest nation in the western atmosphere. I like okay. I'll take it. Call us that no problem. Don't mention the twenty billion of goal that we have the one hundred and twenty billion or all the resources that we have mentioned that we're on the poorest nation in the western mercy of what a challenge for the crypto spear to take the poorest nation in the wisdom atmosphere and bring their way wealth. Up as you bringing your own web up and change. The paradigm changed the narrative. That is told about it. Hey what is the method that you're using to I guess the world would be educate the young people of haiti to become involved man. It's a it's bad. That's a good one what we do we but when you pay your eighteen dollars four cents okay. Desa dollar. That goes to young patient to educate another okay so if each one teach one so on eighteen dollars four cents. It costs about two dollars to install three wallet and the gaffey etc right so now it costs again a dollar for the person that will install the wallet on the cellphone so now we are at nine dollars right and then after that. There's the gas fee to send the little eighty queen in your own wallet that the sponsors wallet right so we are at eleven dollars and then there's cost that goes on legal fees etc because in order to become legal a company that will transfer value from one country to another. We have to comply to the sec. So a lot of these go to help the company structure company in order to comply to the international banking laws so the way that we educate the youth and eighty is once we have one that has to want it and do it through the phone. Using what's up and tell them okay. Go to this page downloaded. Okay now you have. This is what you do on your wallet now. You train your research. haiti coin. Now you're ready to to train another one and that gift animal quality jack the same time to make money on a short term because once you out that wallet is a let me and started for a twenty people wants to do it. I'll send you twenty dollars. Us and that give them money on a short term by expanding the network of people using it. So it's one it's each one teach one. That's the model that we're taking an order for the youth to educate the other us and haiti seems like that would spread very quickly. This is pretty new. That you've developed this Plan what rob this plan. After the debt of data's nation of our president own the july seven. I said already. Little haiti went already. Have another program kid. Which is the clean up of the the neighborhood of their haiti so to the way to receive one. Little haiti quyen is to sponsor one square foot of little haiti for three dollars. And we clean it up and you receive acquainted. Return and the goal is to increase the quality of life of the resident of little of leo haiti and when the assassinated president. I said okay. Enough let me let me see how the most dominating force that i know. Right now is crypt auditing love. Audit in love is crypto ripped. So imagine if we enthuse love and to crypto and sponsored three haitians and haiti that way we will we will start without attacking the existing structure we will establish a novel structure. That will give them a way to freedom. The same way that haiti past aft- provided freedom for so many countries around the world. Really wonderful and ambitious and Fantastic do you have an organization that yes yes. Yes we have partners okay. I'm i'm the main poplar. Quasi call me. Captain haiti on kid. I've always your haiti so with me. And my one of my partners. Computer engineer i have consultants as well as legal consultant people from the biking system. And what i love about. Decrypt does fear is. it's very collaborative. When you have an issue said hey. Listen i have i want to explore. Nfc's o- ob- somebody that can help you. What are you trying to do. I'm trying to do this. And and bob. I'm telling you if you can't just Integrate the crypto community. You will be welcomed with such want because it's an umbrella. It these are people like you. And i that are tired of the status quo that all looking for ways to make the world a better place to be at most not saying that there's no speculators and sphere okay. There's people that are here for the money but me. I've come to find people people that just want to make money with little haiti coin. This seat of potential and they always tried to make me change the bit. Paul comics little haiti. If you do that you will make no money. I said no but the goal is not to make money. The goal is to bring economic freedom to a population that is oppressed and a population that have invested in the freedom of other nations in the world. Now if you are from ruining if you're from germany if you're from ecuador poland romania south korea mexico israel you owe haitian part of your freedom so what is the best way to pay back. Hey dan to send crypto two three haitians in haiti and you. You have one in return. So that way. We seal the partnership in order to bring economic freedom to bring a financial review and haiti. It's it's so simple and so obvious and the only thing really in the way is small thinking and a lack of caring about other people. That's really you know a and You know maybe the people that are in power trying to protect what they have. And that's always been an issue with trying to change things. But i think this is a way to do it in a slowly. Without you know i i i was worried about you.
"nandy" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"Sixty Hundred dollars energetically knowledged and sixty thousand dollars of goods because you one million dollars plus four percent of its value. So that's why people take their money from the paper desalegn and exchange for bitcoin. Why because more and more people wants to bitcoin which increased this cassidy increase the value and also the fact that more people wanted more people will use it to Trade between between each other right so because more people are using it adoption. then it's value is going even more appreciative. The value increase even more so. That's the the value of bitcoin to answer. Your question is one bitcoin. Now what can you buy with it. That's when you go into how does this and i. It's sort of a rhetorical question. But i want you to answer it the how does this change how. The economy works in haiti in particular to go around these corporations that are controlling things. How do we get from People basically peer to peer Transactions as opposed to this middleman. That's controlling yes. This is what you're trying to do. This is what we ought to be doing right now. It's so exciting okay. It's a great question. Here's what we do to send money to haiti right now. It costs If i want to send fifty bucks is going cost me seven to eight dollars. Each gave twenty to twenty five percent of the value. That i'm sending over there. Wants the money get they're going to dig on to convert the american dollar to haitian dollars and they're going to take money out of it as well and once the person half the money you spin it as soon as possible because if you hold it too long is gonna lose value through inflation gay and not only that but because of sick you insecurities in haiti right. If you are known to have a lot of cash in your whole will you're exposing yourself to tap a a valid crimes kidnapping etc so mud had not having money's issue and having too much of it is a nation now crypto when i said one little haiti coined care. Which is our queen. When i send a coin from here. Little haiti to haiti. All i'm paying is the gas right now is the cousin paying is about two dollars right and it will be two dollars if i will transfer ten thousand words of a haiti quaint or i will send ten dollars worth of your haiti coin. All i would want to send Let's say a million dollars worth of little haiti quake to haiti. The cost stays the same. The reason is it's peer to peer and cauquenes card. Danell ecosystem is so marvellously built that it goes fast and also it attentive fis. The transaction through independent knows right knows which is dependent computers. That allows me to say Bob i'm sending you ten thousand dollars. Can thousand dollars worth of little haiti. When to your wallet right now once you receive it and haiti and your cell phone. All you need is an internet connection and you have it on your food. I didn't have to go to the money. Transfer office paid them. Twenty five percent up to twenty five percent of the value. I want to send. The person didn't have to risk their lives to go to the trend to the official transfer office. And get the money right. And then after that did he convert that money etcetera and the money is stays on their phone. The crypto stays on their phone and the government. That's that's another aspect if you ask any haitian you said you you tell any haitian joe. Enter tired of that dollar fifty. Didn't we xactly what you're talking about. Because the government of haiti is charging us each that. We send money to haiti. Did charge us a dollar fifty of additional tax. Nobody knows where money's going so we're sick and tired of paying the government for the right to feed our families families there. This is why crypto is such an enormous revolution economic revolution. That will help haitians over there to free. Themselves from the economic oppression. Totally understand it. You literally. it's you're doing a pure. it's pure money. There's no there's nobody else. Getting in there and taking their cut in why should the exactly and by the way they all so much money that they play with the with the currency over there right. They can buy american dollars. Sal american dollars whenever they want to so. The population is always Kidnapped by the situation. We are hostage so when we have little haiti coin. Our goal is to distribute by september seventh k. We have about a month. This to butte fifty thousand little haiti gwen to fifty thousand youth. And haiti why do we wanna do that. Because we want peace you to have an learn about cryptocurrency and also be a bridge to us that are here if you wanna send value to haiti so we can send it directly to their cellphone in his one. Key to understand about haiti. The median age and haiti is twenty four years old. It's a very young nation. Sixty one percent of haitians are under twenty five years old. That is ten years from now. Instead of if it stays the same it will still be a thirty four years old real nation when you know that europe. The i think it's a sixty four percent of europe is over sixty four years old. That is there is hope this one in hope there is a future always have to do is to equip them with the proper tools in order for them to the able light. We did back in the time to be able to start trading with americans that wants to help the best way to help. Haiti is not to send money. The best way is to send crypto and my mission is to make it easy for anybody to send crypto to haiti when but the way that we do it. I'm tired. I don't like that the like charity what. I don't like charities demand the hand that is giving is always on top..
"nandy" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"You know. What about bitcoin beach i do not. I am very Uneducated when it comes to crypto. I know what it is And and that's about it and i and i know there's various companies and platforms do crypto. I understand the concept. But i don't really know the the day in day out through workings of of that. I don't own any. I've never participated. You know i'm I kinda came to the party a little late but maybe it is. Maybe it's still it's still at its infancy and it is in its infancy right. Okay i will tell you very simple ninety seconds it is not important to understand the technicality of cripple the same way. It's not crucial for us to understand the technicality of sending an email or in Sending a voice mail to someone everything now is the internet. Money is just the next logical step k so the same way that you have a printer that at that when you when you print a one hundred dollar deal d. encrypt different signs different images etc on the bill to make sure of authenticity. Well crypto. he's just same thing when you talk about cryptocurrency. They outweigh to encrypt coding. And to that you that unit in order for it to be validated by other Other nodes on the computers and network. So it's the same way if i'm sending an email to you. There are a few computers or servers that the email is going to be relayed before it gets you. The only difference is we're talking about money and the encryption all the money make it non of that of that unit. That's all you need to know about. Crypto he i. I do understand that. Here's here's a confusing thing to me about all money. Let's just talk about a first second. Most money is backed by something. Gold usually as is and but all that is is an agreement. That gold is worth something. It's worth to me. It's not worth anything. I don't care about it. I don't have you know i don't. I don't crave it. I don't try to hoard it. i don't get. I don't care about gold. It really doesn't mean anything to me other than the fact that other people have agreed. It's worse something. So i i'm not i'm just saying so. Where is the is. The agreement with crypto is what we're what are. What are people agreeing on. And how does it fluctuate in price based on that that agreement and this is probably a different podcast. Talking about crypto but it is it is. This is what i don't understand about money anyway. it's just it is a relevant question to on the stand. How crypto can change their lives can create a recon make revolution and haiti and then around the world. Okay for example when you said that the money was backed by gold and the gold standard If you just google it real quick to government held the thirty five dollars per ounce price until august fifteenth nineteen seventy one when president richard nixon announced that the united states will no longer convert dollars to gold as a fixed value dust completely abandoning the gold standard. So since nineteen seventy one. The american dollars. I've been. I've been back by the trust in the american economy engaged By the way does nothing. That i say that anybody should consider as Financial advice i'm not an economist kick back showed advisor. Everything that i'm doing is to share information which you guys so when it comes to the To american dollar. It's backed by the trust on that mighty american economy so the the dollar is backed by nothing. It's the same thing with gold. Goal is not backed by nothing but the trust of it or it's a consensus of its value and if the goal value of the goal in united states. I don't know what it is today. It's versus united states dollar. But when you go to in china it's versus the yankees so the value of one ounce of gold. It's once ounce of gold is the same thing with crypto the value of one. Bitcoin is one bitcoin. Now what is it when you bring that value in the world. What can you get for us. Atushi a quarter of the bitcoin. What can you get for ten. Bitcoin which might be four hundred thousand dollars. Can i get her house with. It can get them a car with it. And then you make the conversion and the money that is a standard that everybody understand. But i already feel made it too complicated. The it's really simpler and that the value of one crypto of one. Bitcoin is one bitcoin. Now what is the what makes the value grow. It's cost city. That means that there's only twenty one million. Bitcoin that's gonna be insulation that sedan. Going to be more the reason why gold is so appreciate it is because i it is rare kid and second. It is hard to find in mind is the same thing with bitcoin. It is rare rare ought to find in mind now. It comes to the you'd sinisi of a bitcoin for example. Okay well it is easy to transfer from one cell phone to another cell phone the same. We're now it's easier to send an email from his cell phone to another cellphone home. We don't use a piece of paper in all your ride a piece of paper you put a stamp on it you walk and then you send it at the post office. And we don't do that anymore is it. Sounds silly so why are we still doing with money. That is even more valuable that their let love letter fought the feel with typos. Right that you send to the tour to a woman. Now the money that you said to family member when there's already a network consensus around it and that money is depreciating. Its value around two percent per years at nine thousand nine hundred seventy one. So this is what you call the inflation. They get to print money as the wish. You get stuck up paper you got to two pilots of the right one red one. Blue red is a thousand dollars. The grew is a thousand dollar bills. Debris is one dollar deal right. What is the quantity of egg. It's going to take. What is the price of the that print. The thousand dollar. Bill versus of the doctrine. One dollar deal. Is it the same patrick. Exactly exactly this just a consensus. That the thousand dollar deal okay. We'll okay. this is a thousand dollars. We're going to be able to buy this good and that goodwood etc but the cost of making it. It's too easy and with the technology. Now it's a weeds to print out money you know it's laughable. So what is the real value of the paper money that you have when they can decide anytime prints or more to bail out their friends. The bankers the bailout industries etc. That's why a lot of people for example if you have a million dollar interbank you won't leave your money in the bank. Because of the inflation inflation will reduce the value of your million dollars in one year so instead of one million dollars. You have ninety six. You have one million dollar. It looks like one million dollars what you can only buy for ninety six. A nine hundred and.
"nandy" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"And haiti the rise. From our kensit's when bill clinton was a governor of arkansas he created a to providers subsidize subsidize the rice or kansas farmer right and then after that when he became president will he impose to addison Back in the day ipe impose into slash off the tariffs on the rise from fifty percent to three percent. So now if you have a rise that he's already subsidize by the country right and none after that. Do the gate. That's supposed to keep products out your territory. It's our it's been open then The the rise from a united states became more affordable to haitians in haiti. Then they are over there. Okay so now. If you put in context you will ask yourself. Well if haitians wants to consume their authorized that is cheaper for them. Well good for them. Well it's their choice. Well what choice is it. What is the choice that you house. When sixty eight percent of your revenue goals and to feeding your family okay. So that create. It's not like you have a market here and you you look at your disposable income and you say hey what. What type of rice do. I wanna buy right. You wanna take the cheapest one available the one that is mostly distributed. And this is what the family's going to eat because you most likely you don't only feed your family. Which is your son daughters and your wife. Family in haiti is all the cousins into neighbors as well. Okay so by subsidizing. The rice with what clinton has done is totally eradicated the market for the local farmers so these are the type of mechanism that distraught a country. That is a neighbor country. Auto people would say. Hey it's fair competition etc out saying okay let let. Let's let's do it like that it. Let's take that it's a it's a competitive world. And he took the opportunity to open a market for a american farmers that understand but when you have to nonprofit organizations that tree tend that they are doing good for our country and by the same rights from the same subsidized rise from the same farmers because they want to buy the rice the cheapest that he can find but you have to look at their salary when they go in haiti and mission the they make more money that they have ever made india their profession. So you ready to get cheaper rise to serve the people but you will give yourself a cheaper salary. So i yeah district minds me of the simple version would be when walmart goes into a small community or a medium is community undercuts all the prices of the mom and pop stores and those go out of business and then all the the local people are now out of because their stores are going under but they get to buy cheaper stuff at walmart. They've cut their own throats. Basically and that's what business after that they raise the price right so shirk term think. Yeah so it's very important for me to put it in context right when you say awardees. Companies these companies companies that are financing political campaign right so their interest will become america's interests. Okay so that's why. I'm i'm organizing right now Boycott movement Spearheaded by the haitian community outside of haiti will about three millions. Outside of haiti Hades population is eleven million in a three million outside of the island Our goal is to target these brands that that a sale to oligarchy. In haiti that were responsible and killing our president. Recently that are responsible of controlling the price of goods in haiti that are participating and currency manipulation and haiti dot. rr basically oppressing the people of the island for their own benefit so our goal is to tar get all these corporation that are doing business with them was a if you want to sell your product to these people so they could see a haitians in haiti us. Haitian outside of haiti. We will not buy your product gay. I don't wanna be unfair and start seeing a site names because The list of products to boycott is not a have not even Built yet but the goal is if product a is sold in. Haiti is well we. We said we're gonna buy product de que instead of product. A outside on haiti and our my Our strategy is to harness our buying power. I'll give you an example to quantify it. In south florida haitians represent four point. Seven billion dollars annually If we aren't as that some folk win seven billion dollars and revenue newly and we use it to target corporations that do business with these people. in haiti. they're gonna fill it and then you're gonna to have to take a business decision. Do we continue to sell to these guards and to these people that are laundry money that'll financing to resume haiti or do we prefer to to to serve largest market and to haitian society that is an united states and canada etc. It is it is the decision. It's the same decision that the i've ask haitians to make when it comes to rice. I want these corporation to take the same decisions when it comes to our buying power. Well that is really where. You've gotta hit people's pocketbooks and the corporations are no different than than anyone else they. They will change if it costs them money to not change exactly. So that's where that's where it's coming. And how does crypto fit into this. Are we circumventing the system in a way that so it's pure transactional kinds of things. What i say is that haiti is the perfect ecosystem. For crypto to live perfect you have corrupted government. You have a the oligarchy. That are there that control the market. I will say in twenty nineteen the haitian a currency have lost twenty six percent of its value against the american dollar and twenty twenty the same currency have lost its value by through inflation of twenty percent. Now the county town loss of value all this currency you know for the people that that needs to buy food without money. So that's why. I say that said. Stop sending money to haiti. Sent them crypto. And i'm not asking anybody to try something that i've worked before. I just take a bitcoin beach. You accustomed to.
"nandy" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"Is the language that we have created Once we were enslaved to communicate between us and strategize to to defeat the mighty as at army in the world back in the time which is not pulling on army so a all is very Strategic language a a a great tool that we use in order to bring freedom to decide of the world. So there's a history in haiti of being dominated by another culture which created poverty and enslavement. And is that. Do you see that as the beginning of How it is today with a lot of poverty did it. Did it start with that. Well it started by with haiti enriching. A lot of countries per example of france can what i like to do is to fit the narrative new paradigm. So sometimes my first sentence don't make sense. And then i develop case so be patient with me on this one. I trust you. I i can tell you've got a message and i'm gonna let you tell it okay so We enrich france Back in the day Under slavery a haiti represented one third of francis gdp which was the largest economy back in time right and not only that but a haitian coffee was traded to Through america haiti used to provide ninety percent of the world consumption of coffee back days. What i'm talking about the seventeen hundreds k. and we'll also provided up to seventy percent of the work consumption of sugar so black goldblatt white gold. I was a rich in spices. A gold itself. Yes as well in the because we were like the the pearl on the caribbean that they called us a strategically when you look at haiti it is a piece of land that till today. It is politically better to keep that up on the poverty. Even though the soil is rich in gold is rich. End or haiti is made it to have one hundred and twenty billion dollars worth of oil twenty billion worth of gold. We are the largest concentration of iridium. If you compare it to any place around the world when you know that one ton of iridium is worth forty million dollars and we have a ton of it We have rich in copper rich silver etc so haitis of rich land and the reason why it represented one third of francis. Gdp is because it's Of of the land itself. It's the same land. It's just that we don't have trading partners to trade with the idea that you're talking about which is freedom for the people of haiti in a way that they can. They can prosper from their own land from their own culture. You have a little bit of interesting plan which this is what i you know. This is why we you know sort over meeting today. And i want to talk about what is what is that plan. How can i help. Or how can the people listening help. That's really what we're going for here. We're going to see. And i know. It involves crypto currency. It doesn't include crypto. What i will say to people first of all to understand. You have to stop sending money to haiti or any nonprofit organization. Doing the work in haiti. You have to stop sending money and supporting these non process. Or even if they're doing a great job of feeding the kids in haiti. Do you have to talk financing the end. Alex pain you. why because after put it in context wet. These nonprofit organizations did don't they do not buy produce from haitian farmers ninety percent of of haitians of haitian farmers Ninety percent of haitians live of agriculture in agriculture only representative percent of haiti's export ninety percent live on agriculture in it's only represent a ten percent of haiti's expert. So here's what's going on. That means the local market. The local market of produce tribunal court sheets four farmers to sell their produce and provide to their for their own family. But here's what's happening. You have all these profit. Organization's going to haiti in weed in their contract it is simulated that they cannot buy produce from haitian farmers local produce are if it's not stipulated like that. I've seen the contract myself. If it's not stipulated like that they will Say for example in the contract that in order to feed the kids from the tuna have to come in cans. We don't put tunein nine kansan haiti. It's an island. Tonight's everywhere the twenties fresh of the day right so when you make these kinds of provisions into a contract that funds cannot be used can Funds can only be used to feed the kids with products that are can that mean that your your excluding the farmers produce winning. You're finding short ecosystem so by doing so you impoverishing the families and he and creating more offense to feed and argues to come so it is projection of creating more fannin more hunger and more children abandoned by families that lane but cannot provide for these children. That's why i say you have to stop sending money to these nonprofit organization even if if they do a great job of feeding the kids if you follow the money that's usually where the issue lies. Somebody is making money on the canned food in. And why why are they making money and not the locals who is controlling that situation. Well i cannot pinpoint you a certain brand that that does that. But i can give you an example. How bill clinton back in the days He dilapidated The rice.
"nandy" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"We're sick and tired of paying government for the right to feed our families families over there. This is why crypto is such a knin nervous revolution economic revolution. That will help. Haitians over there to free themselves from that economic oppression the most dominating force that i know right now is auditing. Love is crypto so imagine if we infused love and to crypto and sponsored three haitians and haiti that way we will. We will start. Attacking the existing structure will establish a narva structure. That will give them a way to freedom. The same way. That haiti india past i've provided freedom for so many countries around the world. Are you curious about discovering ways of making your life. Better than. Welcome to my podcast. I'm bob nick. Mun and this is the exploding human listening in while i talk with all kinds of people in the fields of personal growth. Health and healing alternative therapies psychology spirituality environment. And the future. I'm looking for those answers that make life better for everyone. You'll meet cutting edge practitioners. Doctors artists filmmakers business people and those who have overcome challenges. The brave curious. Anyone who is out there helping us. Humans to explore expand and explode a on bob nick mun and welcome to the exploding human. My guest today is nandy. Martin also known as captain haiti and we are going to be talking about ho- cryptocurrency can alleviate the poverty situation in haiti more about that in the second. I i'd like to invite you to visit my website. The exploding human dot com over there. You can listen to episodes. Read synopsys on the episodes. See photos of my guess little bio myself. There's a donate button if you'd like to support the show much appreciated. There's also a youtube channel. The exploding human with bob nick mun. You can listen to the episode's there as well as the exploding human facebook page as i said my guest. Today is nancy. Martin who is also known as captain. Haiti. this is a really interesting interview because it's on finance as a way of healing an entire island and Nandy has created along with some other folks cryptocurrency to help support individuals in haiti to have their own banking system separate from the government controlled system which keeps the island in poverty. That's the simple version. He will explain it more in depth. There's a lot of history. There that he tells in a very passionate and interesting way and we talk about some of the spiritual underpinnings of the haitian culture and how he came to develop this Crypto currency for specifically to help heal the nation of haiti from its financial woes. And of course all the other issues that come out of poverty so please enjoy the episode. This is nancy martin. I'm with nancy. Martin where are you nandy. Tell me where you're located right now right now. I'm in little haiti. Her little haiti miami. Gay it's a neighborhood. It's the most elevated piece of land of the city of miami. It's a fourteen feet twelve to fourteen feet Above sea level compared to Brickell that is on Level in south beach that is cutting getting flooded by. Every time there's rain you know Get the repercussion of the Rising up so. I'm an little haiti getting Gentrified or call it. Climate tends to fixation. Is it a population of mostly people. That have come from haiti. And now it's being gentrified. Is that what you're telling me yes yes. Little haiti was A safe haven for patients coming in the united states escaping prop poverty and exploitation And this is where we regrouped was once called lemon city and It was very an area that was not very popular and we jusuf populated right. The establish ourselves Kids that went to school. Starting our own businesses in style and as haitian are establishing themselves and united states will the moving to different area As we increase our education level but little. Haiti is home for many haitians outside of haiti in. Did you grow up in there or did you grow up in haiti. Oh no i'm going to surprise you. I grew up in montreal canada. Yeah say that next born and raised born raised much. Yes born and raised montreal canada. My first language is Is dare version of fridge right and second languages all and my mom my late mom she always she was she's a she was a provocation and she knew the value the value of our called shirt in she taught us. Well i can say that. Where's the creel. Come from the krill from my mom or language of freon for where she spoke real. Oh yeah yeah. My dad wouldn't allow us to speak creole k. Because when you immigrate in a new land you want your children to become fluent no end And the language of the welcoming society so some parents restrict their their children all speaking the language. My dad was one of them in my mom. She was like okay he can. He can control your mouth but he cannot control your ears so she will always talk to us in krill and of course we replied were in french and this is how she had to us to our culture our rich history etc so well so as creole the the main language in haiti yes creoles the no that i didn't know the louisiana and and you know french creole and all that i just. I just assumed that that was. I didn't realize it was from haiti. Wow is a mixture of the aboriginal language of Although the landlady many african languages and the alex Spanish french in a little bit of english in there. So this.
"nandy" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show
"Track all of that and then over time people wanna work with you then when she got into a certain level of mastery then i think it's okay to say. Wow okay. I can play. I feel comfortable in my instrument. People love what i do. I've a little bit of an audience. Now how do i become entrepreneurial and maximized Town okay and that mastery but what you have now. And i'm seeing it all the time. I mean you know. Even even brands are doing this. They're finding these kids who are talented. And they're they're pushing them in the on right and they haven't achieved mastery. That's and i love her. But there's really talented girl nandy bushnell. She's really talented girl. Plays the drums cute girl adorable. But she's like twelve and all of a sudden everybody's like all this stuff but she's not a mashed. She's twelve years old and she's talented. She's not a master. So what you're doing is you're giving her the appearance of mastery and you're given all winning ten years. Will she still be playing. Or if she's playing will she still be able to have a body of work. So the unfortunate thing albie quiet as that we as As pop society we have pushed the world towards talent. Yeah we've pushed work towards town as a result of that we don't even we don't even respect mastery anymore so to your point to your point. I think what i would say to. That musician is be mashed. Okay mitt to mastery and when you get to a certain baseline then you can start infusing. Some entrepreneurial elements but don't think that you can be entrepreneurial successful and you can't even pick up sticks. You said so much. The only reason. I it's like you just so many things. Thank goodness has a podcast. And it's like wait. Oh that's right we got this. Got this on tape. So here's what. I want to jump into this to media subject to just jump away from you. Just mentioned the fact that the people looking for talent versus look for mastery so now turn it back on us as musicians to avoid that voice right because so much of us so much pulling us toward the social media you just mentioned it the The the top generation of minute at a time a second at a time our attention spans are being shrunk down and so for us as musicians. We can pink that all it takes is just that one moment again going viral. You just mentioned it in terms of social media. So how do you get people out notice whether through the reading books like yours..
"nandy" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"Forget it whenever down in the body. This is halfway f-. Her new album is myth. Oh poetics the song we're hearing from it is called horseracing. Npr music's alex ramos. Back to talk about this when. Hey alex hi robyn. How are you alright. Halfway is otherwise known as nandy rose. She's also known for being in the band pine grove. This is her fifth solo album. And i just think she's built such a wonderful world of sounds and words to get lost in. It's a really beautiful discography one that's really maturing and really circles back on themes that have been seen before while also opening up new doors to new places. Yeah a thematically. I found this record to be largely about the fragility of life. You know not just physical life though she definitely gets into death and loss on the record but i think more like emotional life and i and identity you know how we see ourselves in the expectations society places on us and how how easily those things can be lost. How fragile they are fisher. I think emotionally identity is a good way to put it. I'm hearing a lot of themes of self preservation and survival compared to her last record which i thought was very dense. This one is a bit more airy it feels a bit more freed up in open which you think of the production in the arrangements moments. I thought everything was just so perfectly considered in waited. You know just very intricate. I totally agree. I love the emphasis on the organic piano. Sounds i think our ability to balance it with a since and the vocal harmonies is really masterful. I know she's been doing it for a while. But it's like it's so clear now. Yeah you mentioned piano. I thought there were moments of really almost like tori amos. Piano balladry fisher. I also here actually a lot of kate. Bush especially on horse racing It's very like epic and grandiose but it's still kind of encapsulates the darker scary parts of the album before it fully moves onto the lateness in the son of what nandi is trying to find. While i thought it was a great record to get lost in your thoughts with this week. I i listened over the weekend. It was a lot cooler in the dc area. And kinda overcast. And i just found it to be a perfect companion. I think so too halfway. Is the artist. Her new album is myth. Oh poetics thanks so much alex. Thanks for having me. We've still got a couple more albums that we wanna play this week but first let's go ahead and mentioned some of the other notable releases out today starting with the wallflowers the band fronted by jacob. Dylan they're back with their first new album in nearly a decade. It's called exit wounds exit wounds from the wallflowers. The irish rapper. Reggie snow has a new one out today. Called bob bob black sheep that's b. a. w. bob black sheep from reggie snow the producer. Rapper and dj the alchemist has another installment. In his instrumental series known as rappers best friend this rappers best friend. Volume six from the alchemist and the canadian pop band. Royal canoe has a really great jubilant new album out now called sidelining all that music out now on july ninth along with these last couple that we wanna play starting.
Rose Bowl moved from Los Angeles suburb of Pasadena to Dallas area for College Football Playoff
"Games in college football. The Rose Bowl will play outside of Pasadena, California for the first time since World War two Matchup between Notre Dame and Alabama today will be in Arlington, Texas. A change in venue comes because California would not allow in person Spectators at the game. Miranda Suarez of member station K R a reports The Rose Bowl isn't the first big sporting event to seek sanctuary in Arlington during the pandemic. Major League Baseball held the entire world Syria's there last year. University of North Texas Health Science Center epidemiology professor Rajesh Nandi warns these big events could easily become cove in 19 super spreaders. So if there is a large congregation off hands and if the collectively attend barbs in large numbers It's likely that that would give rise to an increase in new corporate cases and hospitalizations obviously follow, Nandy says with covert 19 numbers so bad in North Texas right now, there's no safe way to go to games. I'm
Dave Grohl and Nandi Bushell are planning to write a song together
"Dave Roll is teaming up with 10 year old Nandy bushel to record a song. They've been doing a drum battle for months through fighters frontman told The New York Times As soon as his band Contour in England, they'll perform together. Girl did note. If push will join the Foo Fighters on stage. It would have to be at the end of the set because they're afraid she would steal the show.
Monica Royer, founder and CEO, Monica Plus Andy
"Hey Everyone Danielle. Here I'm excited to get into this episode with our guest and curly will be back next week today Monica royer joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is the founder and CEO of Monica Andy An organic baby and children's clothing company. Monica had the idea to launch her company literally from the hospital after she gave birth. Who've with the mission of being the most thoughtful children's brand ever created and as we'll get into entrepreneurship definitely runs in her family Monica. Thank you for joining us today welcomed skin from the couch Danielle. Thank you so much for having me. I'm super excited to be here. Thank you. So I just WanNa say that like literally I think one of the days after I had told our team that I. Was Pregnant I had a call with Monica and I was like only slightly panicked about the fact that I was maybe a first time mom and really had no clue what I was doing and was like everyone keeps telling me I need a lay at and I don't even know what that is and Google that and Monica was like such a calming presence and literally knows this case inside a now. Thank you so much what we're is really excited to welcome people into Motherhood, in new, parenthood. So congratulations to you. Thank you. So let's start with an easy question scam your resume. To actually take back to what you can't see on link to in, which is that I came from a very hardworking family and so at the age of twelve, my mom was the manager, the ultrasound department at Good Samaritan. Hospital in Downers Grove and she's like you're gonNA start volunteering. So she went an air sign me up I was working at the front desk outpatient registration and that at fourteen she was like job permit time. So we went I started stocking the shelves at now very defunct retail store of which I. Can't even remember the name but work ethic with something was really important to my parents and so I spent all the time before I graduated from college with all of my summer jobs in the hospital. So physical therapy like you name it I worked all around the hospital when University of Illinois in Champaign Urbana graduated and I immediately got a job in the pharmaceutical industry. So I spent the first decade doing absolutely nothing related to what I'm currently doing but I worked at both Pfizer and Novartis for that decade which was. Very different from currently in that I launched. Monica. Nandy officially in July of twenty fourteen. So now this is my new baby and what I've been most recently working on what's something that we can't Google about you or look up on Lincoln I originally wanted to be a marine biologist. nine or ten old I would have told you wanted to be a marine biologist terrified of the ocean look at seeing but being in it. So that was sort of a non starter, the marine biology career, but I remained totally obsessed with like orcas. Great White Sharks in my very favorite place to travel as the San Juan islands outside of Seattle, marine, biologist, and pharmaceutical industry. This is all very, very interesting. So we're GONNA get into your family. And the support system that you've built around you. But I when I was talking to you a few weeks ago, you were talking about your mom and how her story had such an impact on you tell us about what it was like growing up in your house. What kind of expectations were there? Yeah. So my mom is an immigrant from India. She moved here from India's her dad was dying of Emphysema and some money home when she was nineteen. Years old as I have always a revered both of my parents Andy I always say that will never win the lottery because we did the first time by the parents that we got. So a massive amount of respect for both of them. But my mom, there was something about the family that she came from her family was very matriarchal in in a society in India that was much the opposite in. So my grandfather had nine children altogether the first. Five of which were girls as in India, like at that time most people wanted boys but my grandfather really cherish having girls in he educated each of them like they were boys and so when my mom came here, she came here on sheer well of the education that she had received and so education was of the utmost importance specifically for my mom mom was the only person in her family to marry outside of her Indian cultures or a dad is. Know his ancestors from European background and so my brother and I were so close growing up because we were so different from everybody else we were between world instead of fitting into any world in particular and so I think that unique experience really shaped the adults that we became.
Vaccines are a silver bullet for public health UNICEF immunization chief
"You I'm Annika move with you and use vaccines, effective, safe inexpensive and a silver bullet for public health that helps save countless lives across the world each year. That's according to Robbie Nandy principal advisor and chief of immunization for the UN children's fund speaking on the launch day on Wednesday of UNICEF's ashtec vaccines work campaign. It's also the beginning of world administration week and UN news SuAn Chen begun by asking me, sir. Ninety to explain how vaccination works. Version their weekly administered to an adult for certain diseases and the way it works in the actually simulate the human bodies immune response to to fight that these, you know, many vaccines got inactivated components of the actual virus in aiming to prevent and basically by holding that armless violence or components of the virus actually emulate the body to develop an divorcees invite me the whole in the in the national kind of like training the immune system. Correct. Yeah. That's a good rate of the grading of the music. As far as I can recall, the vaccines that I've got most of them. I got it. When I was very young before primary school say in other words, why do maze of the vaccines were given at an early age. Vaccines are given at an early age because children are most vulnerable to these diseases and the younger the giant is the more vulnerable. The giant is complications of the demean getting really think disability and even debts in some kids. And so we try to give the vaccine early in light. So that the vaccine protect now number of pins of, you know, some needs to those like need to induce lifelong, immunity, so you get to those of measles vaccine in Joshua. You don't need to worry about me for the rest of your life. But when having said that you also give it at an age where the child is old enough to have a mature mills. That's you don't give it to you. Don't give all that team that birds for example, typically those between nine to twelve months of age and by that time what happens with the guys. Immune system is ready to be trained. And he and he these in the blood that are from the mothers have already left the giants system. So that is the idea of reneging bedstead being of nine months age of one year. But you what is the current situation of global immunization and uh some of the main challenges in has done a great job over the last twenty years. So you United nation has more than any other. All of our intervention even events like oral rehydration for diarrhea is not available at that. Never probably that. Even I mention. However over the last ten years like venues, we have seen ignition in immunization government. Why is that goes on one hand? Once you have re eighty percent coverage by anything present w everything the remains in much more difficult to read and be done in analysis, or where these unreach- even are their idea in remote rural the health services cannot read or they are in conflict affected insecure here ready, the breakdown of health services and limitation poppulation movements in our world is being being delivered. But in some cases, they're not billing, and and the kind of area in urban read the vocation beagle. Living glum urban area, regretting overnight and migration UC unvaccinated kids there so you can largely. Would is in the number of. But did he leave for low middle income countries in low income countries? Now, you have a different situation in high income countries euro to sing measles in countries like Iran using needle in Europe. And you think measles in in the United States? This is not because of inability of the services to deliver the vaccine these are people who are liberty not seeking the vaccines. And the this happen, you do a combination of things one very important reason complacent because in many of these countries are the United States, you know, they shouldn't program has been talking festival that people have stopped being large outbreaks of many many options in these countries have never seen against windows. Sunday's sense of complacency both from the health systems from the provided of feeding the job is done and the no longer and also complacency from the side of the community. And the family where you know, they don't want really spend time go out and get a vaccine over the and they don't see or they don't think that they going to get. So I think these outbreak reminders the importance of continuing to have high coverage and continue to make sure that target and reach on vaccinated get so that we can actually prevent the outbreak. So the reasons for unvaccinated are extremely different depending on the company that you talk about or even within country, the pockets runback donated very different reasons some cases is because of lack of services you now day inside areas is lack of trust in the system. So they don't want to go and receive thirteen it could be lack of perception of quality people are worried about the quality of services. They had abandoned Priem hell will route to them or they rented for a long time and didn't get services to. They don't go. Back. Other individuals means that may prevent people from being thinking that even when they're so there are a lot of reasons. One on the nation in multidimensional. Recently, the issue of the sacred anti vaccine is very much in the news in your opinion. Why certain positive for relation are having doubts about maybe effectiveness, the safety this vaccine. Start with you. We have to say that the sentiment is not the news, and it is as old as vaccine itself right to beginning. They were been people who are skeptical and are anti Mexican will where I be. Enti experts say is not new what is new is that they have different medium of negation, social media EDNA. No, social media. Sped into making very effectively can also spread misinformation. Very effective. So this is the dynamic and you're right. It has been in the news a lot. He seemed to be vaccine is affecting people were previously acclimating stop that knitting. She's too early to tell whether they're having a major impact, I'm sure they're having an impact with scale of the impact on peered because we are not seeing precipitous decline. We're seeing more of techniques for the people who are not connecting before still not letting but people were that made of that Canadian. We're not seeing that yet to early to jail. Although there are some cases where our interests by misinformation and pushes that concerned about that they'd be but it all revolves around trust. I think that if there is an element of trust in the health system, or we advise of the professional video attrition communities are unlikely influenced by misinformation because they will be permission. So it really important that the trust is built with the community between the community and the health system number two public health professionals. I think here as possible. Ensure that they're cleaning formation readily available and can provide it and people when the obstacle information do the pediatrician. The. Man of the earth. We should be able to reassure people when they have questions of embarrassing important, vaccine information is more readily available to parents communities, then misinformation, that's basically the third thing is to address our supplies. I me me every user friendly. So that the community's values services for the to be of good quality. That's when they are more like these. The number of things that we can do. And we think the example of what we can do as unit there drew be global United nation partnerships to mingle Nabila. Unusually join our hands to ensure the things happen to mitigate the impact of the misinformation that we of course, we also age with the social media platform, we can work with them to ensure that sexing into major, and you would be the limit the mittens and his anything
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