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"perlmutter" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

07:42 min | Last month

"perlmutter" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Mean that i'm going to become a songwriter or what it does mean is if we can access the wisdom reflected this super conscious wisdom reflected by our conscience we will know when the ego is correct we will know census are correct. We will know when the unconscious mind is correct and we will know what the thought is to think. The word is speak and the action is to take that will enable us to fulfill the purpose of our lives without pain without misery without bondage. So the clearly the key let me. Just let me just wrap this together here. The the key is to coordinate these four functions. Because you say they're not wrong but only. The conscience has the power to discriminate determine judge and side every single choice that we have ever made and will ever make as human beings is always made by the conscience. But if we do not coordinate the other functions there loud pushy voices overwhelms reflective capacity that the conscience has to access super conscious wisdom and so in those cases the ego will just give a rubber stamp to the ego senses and unconscious minds limited perspective limit perspective. Sometimes that will work. But it's always a gamble I i love how you that made so much sense to me. And i appreciate your wisdom that and i'm sure if my listeners and viewers as well that makes sense because you know people talk about many things we talked about the gut feeling and you know that's from biology process where we call the enteric brain which is actually a bunch of nerves in your belly and that actually does something so that we can talk about that later but there by many times people like i i know i should have dated as person or no should have made this decision or no shouldn't have done that and so that to me. That's what in a very basically you're that goes back to your you're accessing that conscious or the conscience part of your of your of rabin but you're allowing house and we'll look or this or that or this influence it and so when we make that decision of course you can turn out to be something unhealthy. I was learned. I am learning as i'm always learning. But i'm learning that when you hear that some people still small voice what would that's quietude whatever that is within you that it's if you don't find that stillness you're not gonna hear got experience and so i find that if you give if i'm giving an idea of something if i don't act on it there's to my opinion. There's like a season of grace or Season of energy. That i've been given to do this and so if i don't do it. Then that voice that that wisdom it's quieter and quieter and quieter than pretty soon. It's like everything else. Rods over and not only that james but every single relationship 'em constellation of relationships that you have in that moment if you don't act on that thought that desire that emotion in the appropriate way the entire constellation of relationships that you have at that moment will suffer. Wow makes it makes it so much more. We saying the matrix event using that word makes sense to me. Yes that's that's the responsibility because the universe has chosen me to incubates a specific thought leading to a word in an action that will benefit the whole. Nobody else gets this thought. I'm the only one that can do it. If z bow and that's a specific thought and design. That was given only to you only to me only to my listeners and it goes back to. Yeah you said that's a huge responsibility in. It's that's that's to me that's very sacred and a lot of ways to realize. Wow something greater than myself. So thoughts are powerful resource. And it's important what we coordinate. The functions of the mind so that we don't just follow the limited perspective of the ego senses unconscious mind but rather listen to the conscience and the super conscious wisdom that the conscience has access to so that we will know how to be of service both to myself and to the world. That's very powerful now. That that's very powerful because when you understand that that's where compassionate that's gratitude. That's where all these things line up because you know when you have this responsibility then i want to nurture that you said incubate. That's a great word. Incubate that and then so that would mean that. I'm aware of this. And i'm not going to get caught up in the the nuances and the craziness quote raises of the world around us. Because if. I'm really focused on that than more people do that. Changes the concept of humanity that changed decorates. I will say movement but that it does. It creates changes cultures exchanges minds. It changes how we see each other and the respect that we have. Because if i'm if i have been given this gift you've been given this gift. Everybody's giving us gift. Why would i decorate that. Or why would i minimize that or do something that were consciously or unconsciously to to minimize someone's beauty and gift that they've been given so our ability to stay calm filled with equanimity in the midst of the craziness of life is one of the major benefits of meditation. It teaches to be that clock in the midst of a thunderstorms. Yes yes. I agree with that i. We'll have a couple more minutes here two more minutes. But i do want to say that when the show notes i'm going to put the original interview we had In the show notes so my listeners. If you hear this on the radio just go to. James miller algae dot com. If you watched it or any of the podcasting farms you should be able to see the website and the information here in the show notes and then just click on that link to the show notes here which all you can hear leonard's original issue with me when he talks about the his first book the science of yoga which is fantastic. I mean once again you taught me so much. Unfortunately our time is up on so finally when i find it more for you to purchase this book warmer time. Your conscience The key to unlock your key to unlock limitless wisdom and creativity and solve all of life. Sean just where were they find this information online. Well you can get it at the website. Which is your conscience dot. Org and you can find it at every single fine bookseller nationwide amazon barnes and noble wherever fine books are sold. Wonderful will enter. Thank you so much for being a fantastic as much. You're welcome back anytime. Thank you me so much wisdom. I know you whatever what you've taught me today. Definitely going to meditate on afterwards. 'cause i really believe that's what i needed to hear tonight so thank you so much. My pleasure percussion. I also want to thank you my listeners for tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show through whichever portal you. Join me today also. Please go to my website. Were you may sign up for the free. Weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes three the articles. I've written specifically for you and purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you like to work with me be a guest on or advertise on this show visit. James miller life algae dot com. Be sure to follow me on also media platforms under the name. James miller life policy except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you soon..

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"perlmutter" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

06:56 min | Last month

"perlmutter" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Benefit others. And i appreciate that. I was what i would sell a lot of my cell. Consult with people. And what i was simply because my life happens you know life is going to be different and so every events if it seems more challenging think of it like a season so let's say if people who live up north When there's when a blizzard happens you don't wear the same clothes you wear during the summer. You wear something different and so the understanding of when life throws something at you or something happens. You don't do the same things that you did in life was going well easy and so the understanding of how to use your conscience how to use these opportunities to say okay. Well if i don't want to quote get too cold. I have to do something different after work harder. I have to do something to help myself. And so sometimes that's a time of isolation little isolation is when it comes to meditation prayer to spirituality and other times it something where you have to be out in public or do different things and so the recognition that when life throw something at you what works before may not always work it might but sometimes you have to do more and so when you recognize what else can i do. Then that gives you the grace you need in. That moment should be able to understand that. Yes i'm going to try something new. And that's once again self development happens is because now you recognize. This didn't work before something else. Works and so i can't. I can't live off of yesterday strength. i have to do something new today with the conscious mind. I was reading here. That you you talk about the the mind itself and you talk about four different aspects of the mind. Can you walk us through what those four aspects are or functions other sure the first That were very very familiar with as the ego. But it's it's not the western psychological definition of the ego being puffed up and Full of oneself ego is anything that separates us from our essential nature namely consciousness itself at the core of our being the ego. I always think of the ego as always carrying a chainsaw on its hip. Ego has a relationship. The ego takes out the chainsaw and cuts it up into half and one side is oh the ego would say oh this. This is pleasant. This is good. let's reprise it. This is on the other hand. This is bad. This is unpleasant. Let's avoid it. We already know that that. Which is pleasant isn't always good for us. And his unpleasant isn't always bad for us. And so and this goes back to your your last comment with which was a very very important. And that is that if we get locked into things that we'd like if we only eat food for example that we love and do not need food. That loves us then. That mental inflexibility is going to cause a physical inflexibility because when my outer actions conflict with my inner wisdom. there's a contraction in the mind. And that's attraction that's in the mind is echoed within the consciousness of every cell so instead of having a liver that has relaxed it is contracted and a contracted liver cannot serve the entire holistic organism the fullest extent that it has the potential s exactly from psychological approach. We talk about whatever whatever you think about whatever's in your mind determines what you feel what you feel determines how your body response so that's the connection once again from your version in my version design thing just different different words but it's the same concept and so that really boils down to when you think of something. What do you think you know. We were talking about jimmy. Cricket academic jiminy cricket on one side and like a little devil on the other side so the cartoons the devil angel saying. What's your goal is to find that so going back to the to the ego. That's what you're basically saying splits at one is good. When is bad and in that year you walk the fine line and you determine what's what serves you. What's healthiest for you. So the ego was the first function of the mind. Second are the senses you know. We extruded are creative energy the creative energy that we need to fulfill the purpose of our lives are habitually extruded through our eyes and our nostrils and our mouth and our ears and our hands and our feet to look and smell and taste and here and touch something outside of ourselves that we hope will bring us happiness and secure and health. And we know that it's it's fairly easy to squeeze toothpaste out of a tube. Have we ever tried to put it back into. The tube is very difficult once it's been expended and so the senses like the ego only have limited perspectives. They're often wrong but they're never endowed and so they're limited but sometimes they're correct right now. I need a healthy ego to speak to you and to reach a a your listeners and viewership I need a healthy ego to drive an automobile. Hey i have a body. I have senses. Life's to be enjoyed am i. I'm a my to deny myself sense gratification. Just because i. I seek a spiritualized life no so ego. The senses and the third function of the mind is the unconscious this is the repository to our thoughts and our habits everything we deem essential to self preservation so they only have limited perspectives but sometimes those limited perspectives are correct. Had a we know which is which because there are so insistent aren't they. They're very powerful. That brings us to the fourth function of the mind which is the conscience which is very very interesting and unlikely l. Basically the conscience operates as a mirror and it has the capacity alone to reflect wisdom all the way beyond the matrix of this mind body complex to the center of consciousness to the super conscious portion of the mind. The same portion of the mine were albert. Einstein saw mathematical equations. Same portion of the mind where paul mccartney. Here's beautiful melodies doesn't mean you're going to become a physicist doesn't.

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"perlmutter" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

06:42 min | Last month

"perlmutter" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"And today's episode leonard and i will speak about his latest bestseller your conscious the key to unlock wisdom and creativity and solve all of life's challenges. Welcome to follow g. Oh it's my pleasure. Thank you very much. It is my pleasure as well. My listeners may not remember this but probably about three years ago. When i first started on radio you were amazing guests on my show today era show and so when you're publicist sent me information like oh my gosh. Of course i want you back. So thank you once again for gracing us with you today and i know we have so much to teach us. Well we all have things to religion. Yes we certainly do. How did you become the disciple of this amazing person in the himalayans. What was his name. So how did you become as. How did you become a disciple. I became his disciple because he asked me to be his disciple. He was my teacher. But i had never met him for thirteen years books. What i enjoyed so much about the books was that it was very reminiscent of my experience as a child in scouts. When i was a kid growing up in grade school and into high school. I was both a cub scout. None i was a boy scout and it was very practical learning so when i began reading the books by swami rama chee he sort of seemed like my scoutmaster on and It was very practical advice. And when i was a child i spoke to my scoutmaster because i had a question question had to do with the motto of scouts. I don't know if you remember. But the motto of scouting was be prepared. So i asked master when i was a little kid. Be prepared for what and he looked at me with a quizzical. Look how would. I know you know minute. That is hysterical. I present there's one person in particular. Oh i've never met. And i one day i will but i read this person's books. I hear this person messages as well and it in fact i was looking today at the gym and it really impacts. Me does so much to help some usually say focus. So i'm sure there's just my listeners and viewers have someone like that. Obviously leonard is one of these amazing people as well as you can listen to or to read his books and you'll get that information so it's so interesting how life always gives us. Teachers always gives us things to learn and so a teacher doesn't necessarily mean it's the most person you've ever met. It can be the innocence of a child in the loveliness of acceptance of a dog as as will say hi to everybody. I mean whatever it might be. There's always a lesson and to me. That's one of the biggest things is in every situation. I'm in court healthier unhealthy. I always ask myself. What am i learning about myself right now. Sometimes there's a lot of joy that comes with it and sometimes there's a lot of chagrin like oh get to learn this lesson again so that's really something i have my own life and i'm sure the year as well but i wanted to transition it just parenthetically. There's there's a wonderful word that folks should be aware of. And that's you catastrophe and it the prefix. Eu comes from the greek which means good so coupled with catastrophe. It's a good kind of catastrophe will will might cause pain. Yes might be unacceptable for the ego. Yes however somewhere. In that relationship there is a gift waiting for us. That's interesting yes. I knew that. I knew the greek perfect products of the park. But i've never heard it used in the aspect of your catastrophes. I like that. Thank you for teaching. That's that's something. I thought that encompasses the lesson. You know the the struggling. The blessing of the burden is always there. I like that word. It's a very concise. I appreciate that. I when we were talking to the recall. I i really enjoy your your message. Your brand if you will to use modern words but because it has so much you know you look at the class of a spirit mind and body ego superior whatever you want to call it whatever people call it but you do the same thing that i do a lot of ways when it comes to. Why did we do what we do. And why do we continue to do what we do. And that's find a healthier more more concise more specific intention of living life. And so many times we get lost. In the periphery there so much. There's so much happens in the world that we just forget. That doesn't have to be complicated to slow everything down and over. Deceive listen to you. Speak your very methodical very thoughtful. In what you say a very intentional. And i think just even you modeling. This is great. But i really appreciate all that you continue to do and how you help people really understand the consciousness. The non conscious mind unconscious mind whatever people call it to help them really understand what what's motivation to focus our. What's the reason why. I'm being or why i'm doing this. I wanted to look at your book here and my listeners. I can't see this but it'll be on me. What site so this book your as your conscious. You're conscious the keys to unlock limitless wisdom and creativity and solve all of life's challenges. What happened for you. That said i need to write us. What was the motivation for this book to be written. Well i think that the motivation would cove it. I was in court routine. Since march. And i i missed my students who came for live classes and for counseling and i said to myself. Well why am i here. Why why. why am i in this quarantine. How can i still be of service because service is the bottom line for me in every relationship. And so i said. Is there anything that i can. Gift my students and the world that will help them deal with this. Very very challenging carmen. This plans that are coming out because it spills over into so many different aspects of life. And what i came up with was your conscience so that everybody will begin to listen to the advice of jiminy cricket nineteen to let your conscience be your guide then even this this challenging cova situation we can. We can walk through them and benefit and.

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"perlmutter" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

02:47 min | Last month

"perlmutter" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

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"perlmutter" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

06:46 min | 5 months ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"They eat at least primarily carbohydrates in the form of fibre correct because fiber is a carb there some carbohydrate confusion well without a doubt walk me through that and indeed it is carbohydrate confusion because we desperately desperately need carbs. We are desperately in need of a fiber in the diet which is by definition a complex carbohydrate that we don't metabolize but is yet metabolised by our gut bacteria when we throw that baby out with the bathwater. We set the stage for not nurturing. These hundred billion organisms that live with us That really depend on your food choices. Hundred trillion depend on your food choices to nurture them to allow you to not just be healthy but be healthier to be able to combat risk of illness moving forward in other words it preventive programs so minus the simple carbohydrates and minus Sugar alcohols for example. So we want to understand that. We do need fiber. We want people to eat a lot of good fat. A lot of good fiber not a lot of Protein so a by and large though i would indicate that The more plant based is your diet the better off you will be if you choose to have a garnish of red meat. Then should fulfil the criteria. I just proposed wild fish As well Some free range chicken. You know there are multiple levels upon which we can discuss these dietary nuances directly in terms of the macronutrients and micronutrients. But the second order. Which really i think should probably the first order would be how these things are viewed through the lens of the gut organisms. If you're listening to this and you're saying well you know. I'm twenty and i'm inflamed right now in twenty years later. I'm going to have a high risk of all this stuff. It appears we can either. Fully or almost fully mitigate the problems of having inflammation when you're young as long as you undo the inflammation because that's been my own experience. My hippocampal volume is in the eighty. Six eighty seven th percentile for people my age so my brain didn't shrink. Even though i was three hundred pounds and screwed up and all the wrong stuff and had inflammation ever you can probably have inflammation and i i keep it under control really dramatically in my brain works better now than it did my twenties. But do you think. I'm still going to pay the cost of. We'll see those years of hard living for the first quarter century in my life. Well i think that there is a debt and i think that you've probably paid the debt back and and then some so. I think you've put money back in the bank based upon the things that i know you're doing now so i think you've done the damage and you're ahead of the game. You demonstrated that through your vauxhall imagery of your hippocampus as you just mentioned But the those people who do not do the work at great risk. And i'll and i'll give you another There you go so hope feel better also when people listening you can start. You can change it and i was in. I was the worst example. I think of what you could get. 'cause i of the prediabetes the high risk of stroke and heart attack high inflammation markers across a whole bunch of different things Pretty much everything bad on the list of aging other than maybe cancer. I didn't have alzheimer's better cognitive dysfunction. But just just a really really not an you stuff. So if i can get to where i am. You probably weren't as far down the hall as i was so it should take you less work than it did me but if you do the work you can get yourself to where you're actually younger than than you were before which is kinda cool just about all of the fatty plaque and people have heart disease and they found that it doesn't come from a folks it doesn't come from bader doesn't come from beef fat it doesn't even come from bacon. It comes from microbes in your gut. The evidence is in gut. bacteria are what's causing heart disease because if eat meat and you have the the wrong gut bacteria they make that. Tma oh stuff. We talked about earlier. And even if you don't have that team stuff even if you eat vegetables if you have plaque in your arteries it was made by gut. Bacteria do you believe. That's the case. I mean i believe the study. It looked well done. There's there's no way to argue with you the isotopes. They're looking at it in the stuff. But what's your take on that. How how real is it. I you know it's not the end all cause but i think that again it It really speaks to this notion that the health vitality of our And diversity perhaps the most operative word here of our gut. Bacteria is massively important determining our health destiny lowering inflammation in your body and lowering your blood. Sugar to reduce vacation of proteins is so very important. One graph That included ingrained brain and now with the new release of the revised edition. I included because it's so compelling is the relationship of a one c two brain shrinkage higher once the higher rate of brain shrinkage. It's linear you've got to know that and having a one c six when your doctor says oh. You're not diabetic. Everything's cool go home. Keep doing what you're doing that does not jive with the the science is telling us that a key mclovin once one six is good for you. That's bs you need your once down to five point two and that's pretty much a take that one to the bank one. Hello how would you go if you if you could set it as low as want it. Want to be average. I i wanna live one hundred eighty. I don't know the answer to that. But i will tell you that one thing i've learned over the years is that there is this notion of what we call the The you shaped curve or or perhaps the sweet spot where too low or the sin. Goldilocks area right. Where that once. The porridge was to goal. The porridge was too hot. And this one's just right so We know that higher once these for example are correlated to Condiment decline but You know we've been talking for years about Keeping your not just your blood sugar low but actually your insulin level. Oh.

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"perlmutter" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

05:19 min | 5 months ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"I mean you can can deserve a glass of wine. I gosh we got dinner. I'm definitely Quite likely to have a glass of wine less late lately. And it's not because of the deserving or whatever. Just i don't i just don't feel well i don't. I don't tolerate wine or any type of alcohol like i used to. So i for whatever reason. I'm becoming a lightweight but You know the birthday The thing is they can get away from people because you look at the calendar and it's always something it's always somebody's birthday or anniversary or some public whatever it is candidate you name it. It's something so You know. I think we have to rein it in some people talk about the eighty twenty rule. And i think that's in my world way too generous me and i don't want to eat eighty percent good food and twenty percent crappy food because this twenty percent crappy food that's gonna get you into trouble and you don't need to eat a lot of those threatening foods to have issues. It doesn't take a lot. I mean you know a coke not not going to happen You know glass of fruit juice. That's not going to happen in my world. And because you know that's coming from my higher brain that's really understands what fruit juice or sugar sweetened beverages. Do i mean. I'm i live in. Breathe it so. I know how threatening it is you know. My dad died of alzheimer's and So i don't wanna do that to my kids. I wanna do it nor do i wanna go through that. I don't wanna die of the various things that are preventable by living the lifestyle that we talk about. And i'm not perfect. I assure you. And i think you really getting it. Something i think that's important and is fundamental and that is we. We have to walk the talk as we stand before people and talk about what matters. We have to walk the talk but at the same time. I think the message that no one is one hundred percent is really valuable. Do i miss days. When i should go running. I do take a day off once a week But you know frankly. I think that's actually a good thing. have i stayed up late and binge watched something on netflix with my wife. Yeah and did. I feel it the next day i did but did i enjoy it. Then i finally figured out how it ended of course so You know there are things that we know are not necessarily our choices but You know it's all about balance it's all about balance and then finding with that personal balances is for you and then continuing to evolve it. You know like you said you. You've mostly focused on teaching the same message over a period of time with small little tweaks but when you came across new information when you came across additional research and it and it made sense to you or you're getting it from a trusted source. You're willing to say okay. Let me try this. Let me explore this a little bit further and take it on and and see if i noticed the difference. That's the beauty of it for largely a lot of these lifestyle interventions that we're talking about here you know there's not the side effects that are going to be there so you can try them and you can put yourself on a protocol and a challenge and see..

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"perlmutter" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

05:08 min | 5 months ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"It's constantly preparing for winter. Based on the way that we're eating living and going about our modern lives. It reminds me of story that i was hiking up in glacier national park up in montana on near by the board of canada and i was with a guide and she was like you know. There's this really cool edible. Berry that i want to show you and it was about end of september getting ready for snow season october up there especially at higher elevation he said. Let's go to this path over here. We went to that path and the berry bushes with air but all the berries were gone. She's like oh. The bears actually came in and must have eaten all berries. They're getting ready for hibernation so they're eating as much fruit as possible because they're going to go hibernate over the winter and so they need to store all that fat and so in that same way. We're going around in our diet between the grains that were eating the fructose in our diet the severe blood sugar dysregulation the over production of insulin. We are telling our body. Winter is coming and we better get ready. You know one of the things that. I'm sure you've seen this too with a lot of people that follow your book. Blood sugar if we look back actually zoom out at sort of dietary trends in america starting first with sort of alice waters. You know the sort of farm-to-table movement. The the rise of sort of vegetarianism in the sixties with sort of the the hippie culture and that sort of thing like that and And and then coming into now nowadays clean eating and then more hyperfocused areas personalized nutrition blood sugar regulation and managing your blood. Sugar is a new concept for a lot of people. Because we're used to thinking in terms of you know good and bad rights of somebody's vegetarian they think okay me on. I'm not and i know you're not but just looking from their lens. Okay me is bad and then this is good or or this is good and this is bad if somebody eats a particular way like gluten free or whatever it might be but blood sugar regulation and paying attention to that it almost is like look any diet can work for you and every it could also work against you. There's actually a ton of products that are on the market that are called kito that when people are using things like levels continuous glucose monitor. They're seeing that actually. This thing is raising my blood sugar more than anything else that i'm eating right now because it's this processed snack. That's there so i'm very excited. And i'd love to get your thoughts on a personal level as you've been monitoring your own blood sugar and making it makes sense for you and your life and your level of activity. Have you been surprised at what things might move the needle in the in the right or the wrong direction when it comes to your own blood sugar management yes and and i think it more. Broadly is great information. We can all learn a personalized medicine for.

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The Real Cause of Alzheimers and Dementia

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

02:05 min | 5 months ago

The Real Cause of Alzheimers and Dementia

"Wanna jump right in and talk about alzheimer's because you wrote a really interesting instagram post. I think it was a few weeks ago. And you were saying. Alzheimer's reversal is is real. It's not just a theory and you were hinting at a new study. Small one but something exciting. That came across your desk that you wanted to highlight and make your audience aware of so. Why are you excited about the study. And what did they cover inside of there. Well i'm hoping you'll share that study with a link. This is work that i've been aware of actually for quite some time. I know you know dr. Dale br edison and he recently published a book. Called the end of alzheimer's. The plan in the first book was invalid. And this one is the plan and i. I wrote the forward to that book and in that ford. I think it really did capture my excitement about the work that he's doing even be beyond how he's broken the mold beyond alzheimer's and let me explain in a. We live in a world where we try to really pigeonhole are diseases to think that they are caused by one thing and therefore we can fix them with a remedy and there's such an effort underway to Find an alzheimer's drug that works just last month. Eli lilly announced the results of a trial. In which they're monoclonal antibody mab was found to reduce the rate of decline of alzheimer's basis by an astounding thirty two percent When they made that announcement the stock value went up. I think twenty billion dollars. Eli lilly but what does that mean. It means. it's slow the decline by third means. People are still declining going to get worse than we know where it ends up generally So it really wasn't a stabilizing alzheimer's or can you imagine actually improving their situation. Because they're looking at one thing. This is a monoclonal antibody that is targeting the so called beta amyloid protein. That's absolutely the cause of alzheimer's.

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Berkeley Lab Debuts Perlmutter, World’s Fastest AI Supercomputer

Daily Tech News Show

02:01 min | 6 months ago

Berkeley Lab Debuts Perlmutter, World’s Fastest AI Supercomputer

"The pearl motor system based at lawrence. Berkeley national lab was specifically designed to handle ai workloads and is now the fastest supercomputer on the planet. When it comes to handling specific math that lends itself to a i. But i what is a supercomputer as opposed to your run of the mill computer where computing is measured in million instructions per second or m ips supercomputers do high performance computing commonly measured in floating point operations per second or flops. Modern supercomputers can perform over one hundred crt trillion flops. Yes that's a real number and promoter. The latest in a growing collection of faster more powerful supercomputers operates at four exit flops. Meaning a quinton flops. Which doesn't even sound english anymore. It uses six thousand one hundred and fifty nine nvidia a one hundred. Gpu's the largest number of those gp in the world to handle sixteen and thirty two bit mixed face precision math mixed precision methods. Combine numerical formats into computational workload in a way that requires less memory and less bandwidth and therefore speeds update transfer operations. What in the world do we need. All of this computing power for well. Nothing in the world per se because one of promoters tasks deals with data from outer space promoter is going to be used to assemble the largest three d map of the universe made and will do so by processing data from the dark energy spectroscopic instrument known as desi with can capture up to five thousand galaxies in a single exposure. Now that's a fancy camera. This three d map will allow scientists to learn more about dark energy which is thought to be responsible for the accelerating expansion of the

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Perlmutter Supercomputer System Goes Online, Supercomputer Explained

Daily Tech Headlines

01:47 min | 6 months ago

Perlmutter Supercomputer System Goes Online, Supercomputer Explained

"Promoter. Supercomputer system coming online for the first time at the scientific computing center in california. The pearl motor system based at lawrence. Berkeley national lab was specifically designed to handle ai workloads and is now the fastest supercomputer on the planet. When it comes to handling specific math that lends itself to a i. But i what is a supercomputer as opposed to your run of the mill computer where computing is measured in million instructions per second or m ips supercomputers do high performance computing commonly measured in floating point operations per second or flops. Modern supercomputers can perform over one hundred crt trillion flops. Yes that's a real number and promoter. The latest in a growing collection of faster more powerful supercomputers operates at four exit flops. Meaning a quinton flops. Which doesn't even sound english anymore. It uses six thousand one hundred and fifty nine nvidia a one hundred. Gpu's the largest number of those gp in the world to handle sixteen and thirty two bit mixed face precision math mixed precision methods. Combine numerical formats into computational workload in a way that requires less memory and less bandwidth and therefore speeds up data transfer operations. What in the world do we need. All of this computing power for well. Nothing in the world per se because one of promoters tasks deals with data from outer space promoter is going to be used to assemble the largest three d map of the universe is

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"perlmutter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Looking into its officers. Technic died of injuries he suffered during Wednesday's breach of the U. S. Capitol. Perlmutter says his sympathies are with sick, Nick's family and the families of other officers heard on Wednesday. A man who traveled from Colorado to Washington for the pro Trump rally has been arrested after authorities say he made threats to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The New York Times reports Cleveland MEREDITH has been charged with transmitting a threat in interstate commerce, possession of an unregistered firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition. Federal officials say. MEREDITH sent text messages full of Misogynous slurs, including one threatening to run her over and another one threatening to quote put a bullet in her noggin. On Live TV. Fox 31 7 Krugel agents searching MEREDITH Hotel room, cell phone, truck and trailer say they found a handgun assault rifle and hundreds of rounds of ammunition. It's unclear what connection MEREDITH has to Colorado. There are reports he may reside in Georgia. Twitter has shut down President Trump's personal Twitter account, citing its concern for the president might post insightful messages on the social media platform. Twitter is getting heat and support for the move. Twitter in particular, has been heavily criticized. Especially over the past four years, both for moderating content too much and for moderating content. Too little that is see you. Internet law expert KC Feast ler. She says Twitter's muzzle of the president is legal because the First Amendment right to free speech applies to government censorship, not that of private companies. Our next news update at 2 30. I'm Laura Hatch on K Away news radio. A 50 A M 94 1 f f from the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center. Your driver's looking great around town right now, all the highways. Clear, green and good to go. We do have one crash working south and I'm Kipling at Hampton up in the high country I seventies, looking good between the foothills and the Eisenhower Tunnel. However, we do have a serious crash and closure on U. S. 40 in both directions at birth did.

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"perlmutter" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"In that circumstance when a loved one has been diagnosed with an incurable neurodegenerative condition. It's a very very big issue for us. that isn't looked at. I had the opportunity just a couple of months ago to speak at the world bank about the global implications of the alzheimer's epidemic. And you know somebody has to do this because it is capturing the planet and no one in general population is aware of what's going on in the background and you opened our interview today talking about the effect of lifestyle choices and it's profound so That absolutely motivates me. I love science anyway and again when i connect dots that are so far apart and make sense out of them and have these a ha moments. I find it very very fulfilling very rewarding. Yeah absolutely will you know you're an inspiring year in optional medicine movements and just the whole raw ketogenic. Fasting might start talking about this summit. You of definitely pioneered influence myself with many of the other speakers Knowledge that thank you for all your contributions. And while i appreciate that and i appreciate this venue in the opportunity to shirts information absolutely work people find out more about you. What kind of projects working on now. Well first of all to find me. It's dr pearl. Mutter dot com renewed. Dr pro dot com. And i would say you know the the typical social media. It's david program. Be and i've people go to dr promo dot com. We have an extremely robust Searchable database of of research. Papers that really support all the stuff. We're talking about encouraged people to go there. Sign up for a free. Newsletter goes at every week. What am i working on right now. grain brain was published five years ago and has been.

House votes to increase stimulus checks to $2,000, but will Senate follow?

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

05:03 min | 1 year ago

House votes to increase stimulus checks to $2,000, but will Senate follow?

"Now in Colorado's morning news lawmakers in Washington taking another look at President Trump's request for a $2000 stimulus checks. The Democrats controlled House gave the plan the Green light last night and sent it to the Republican controlled Senate for their consideration. Let's get the latest now with Colorado Congressman Ed Perlmutter and his take on the whole saying. Good morning, Congressman. Thanks for coming on. Thanks. They broke the morning to you Hope you had a nice Christmas. So tell us a little bit more about what you $2000 checks will mean to the average American who will get them versus $600 checks. Well, I think the average family because it would apply to all the people in the family. It will be a heck of a boost. You know, after a very difficult year, and I listened to the gentleman from invested media And he's absolutely right on the stimulative effect. That those kinds of pandemic payments will have on the economy. Congressman. It's interesting is politics. I don't need to tell you make strange bedfellows. You and the Democratic side here in Colorado, all on the president's side. I'm kind of confused by by a Republican party that seems to pledge fealty to the president in just about everything he does. But in this case, the president saying, I want Americans to do better have more money and they're pretty much voting. No. Are you surprised? Shocked by that? Yeah, I'm you know, I don't want to try to put myself in their minds. They've got their own reasons for the way they vote. But I would say to you, Marty, A number of Republicans did vote for that. $2000 payment last night. Enough So two thirds of the house voted in favor of the $2000 payment or required a pretty good number. Of Republican votes, So it's my partisan. At this point. It'll go to the Senate, and then we'll see if the Senate takes it up or not. I don't know if McConnell will want to help bring it to the floor of the Senate. Mm hmm. Yeah. What do you expect from the GOP controlled Senate? We hear that Mitch McConnell is going to speak either before or after that vote, and we'll find out more about what's in his mind. But at this point when you've got the leader of your your party and President Trump telling you to please do this, you've got the American people wanting it. Why wouldn't they vote for it? E guess in April, I would just say You know? Different members of Congress and the Senate have different reasons for the way they vote. I think the Republicans would say we don't want to add to the deficit or to the debt. What you want to have a good economy that allows for the paying of taxes that get under control and maybe with music. So we're in a potential recession. We've got a lot of people out of work for a long time now and between the unemployment piece of the covert bill plus the stimulant have payments. I think we could really push the economy and 2021 then really get things going again. Congressman speaking on that note, I guess is we're a couple weeks out from having a transition in the White House. Do you foresee you all in the house? Maybe even the Senate as well. I know you only can speak for your side of things, maybe pushing yet Another stimulus through If this one doesn't get past you see that maybe getting past in 2021 with new presidential leadership as well. I see us wanting to bring forward Maybe not the stimulus payment like this, but certainly a big infrastructure bill already that would have roads and bridges, the electrical grid waterworks. The whole building housing broadband. That itself will be a very big, stimulative kind of effort, and it will help keep the country competitive with the rest of the world. For the next 50 years. So I think that would be a good investment and a good stimulus package and I can assure you that's one of the Biden administration's top priorities. I understand. I'm sure your your office as many other representative's office is, the phones are ringing off the hook from struggling Americans. What kind of stories are you hearing from those here in Colorado that need help from From you folks in D. C. The stories are heartbreaking April, especially at this time of year. Are folks who have never been out of work before. Have been out of work for a long time. And they're just worried, you know, Forget about Christmas presents. They just want to put food on the table. So this has been Tough time for a lot of Americans. Ah, lot of people have been very innovative and ingenious and You know, trying to make ends meet, but there's only so much of that. And I think earning 2021 is gonna be a good year and 2022. Even better. We're going to get this virus in the rear view mirror, and people can Get outside, they can mingle again. I think things are gonna really turn up for all of us. It's gonna be a lot writer for all of us.

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"perlmutter" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Today the Mets first pick last night a high school player Pete crow Armstrong of California the Yankees what with the college player Arizona catcher Austin wells and the your forecast for the Ramsey miles to weather center popping to sixty five tonight the sun returns tomorrow high eighty six less humid mix sun and clouds on Saturday high rate from the seventy seven W. A. B. C. news desk I'm Sarah Lee kestler next updated three thirty streaming twenty four seven on the all new seventy seven W. A. B. C. mobile app traffic and transit up next way back machine this fourth of July WABC probably teams what totally towers foundation honoring our frontline hero Sir presents an all American red white and blue salute to great American music our store started fourth kicks off July fourth starting at six PM three solid hours of music and stories from the Megan Hicks songs and stories from Tommy J. this makes seventy seven WABC soundtrack to your fourth of July celebration honoring our frontline heroes towers foundation presented Americans for it all begins July fourth starting at six PM Reginald music sounds best Perlmutter cancer center at NYU Langone health is aware that many anxious cancer patients have been postponing appointments and procedures due to fear of going to the doctor's office your cancer testing screening and treatment should not be put on hold a promoter cancer center all of our facilities have instituted strict guidelines to keep you safe including personal protective equipment for anyone on site temperature screening frequent cleanings less crowded spaces and testing of all our staff patients can also access their promoter cancer center physicians through video visits and anyone with concerning symptoms can speak.

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"perlmutter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Think the Perlmutter mentions that in research studies the people with really low cholesterol actually didn't do as well when they had heart problems and the people at higher cholesterol survived better a study out of Scandinavia which is a high close really mean that the higher good for two hundred those people actually did better than the people who were one fifty yeah I'm my good cholesterol is above where it should be put my bad cholesterol is quite low and I'm below well I'm well below two hundred so I'll have to take a look at that but I know I did I have a question for page she tries she's not with us but once you try it or try to me maybe I can okay Sir so even though I've never had a weight issue like most people sweets and carbs I can get in trouble with those yeah and so I get the impression that awakened one eighty which I'm not terribly familiar with other than hearing it on the radio and that your good experience but also just from books I read I think if you eat more fat which so many people are still afraid of you feel more safe he stated that causes fewer cravings this is not how you can more or less kick sugar loaf or carbs well she mentioned I don't know if you listen to the whole issue she mentioned she's a she's a cheater husband both good cooks and and she talked about you know having stuff that they would pre make in the refrigerators you talked about some recital and dials also a spinach recipe and so when some of us some of us were in the refrigerator and look for the piece of chocolate cake it they're going into the looking for something that's really healthy and they're feeling just as good about it right you know that there are C. Sheehan center field level is as good as the person just went and and sports of the chocolate cake I will tell you that with my experience with the with the weight one eighty is that I have not denied myself I I still can have a dish a truck that ice cream with chocolate sauce and and Hershey's chocolate chips on it because of a chocolate guide but yet you do it in balance sheet you don't deprive yourself of anything just you you know there are certain things which I limited I did eliminate Pepsi because I thought to myself for forty one cop carbohydrates it's just not worth it and when I it took me a couple weeks to get used to it once I started drinking water with my meals by food tasted better so it works for me it might not work the same way for someone else that's all makes sense with the soda because I think when you're drinking a lot of sweet soda you crave a lot of salty food too I knew I was constantly getting like burgers and fries and then diet soda and it didn't make sense but the two are kind of like competing with each other yes yes well I will go to a restaurant and I don't do that anymore but I would go to a restaurant or a burger and fries and a Pepsi and a glass of water I would sip the water I drink a Pepsi to get a second Pepsi so I was doing all the wrong things and I thought it was I was in good shape and I was in the gym every day just wasn't losing weight so well that's my story and I'm sticking to it I appreciated your call came please can continue to call the show on this or other topics okay and like I said that book perfect health diet by Jammin it could look for that at the library or or online I made it I made a note of it myself as a man father could hope for it is held dot com website that's their website okay great I think you can keep calling show appreciate it very much okay bye get out six one seven two five four to thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty we got a few more minutes to this hour I'd love to fill it out if you had a good experience losing weight then you want to take a little bit of a a victory lap or tell me how you did it if you want if you have a tip that has worked for you something that you have used which has kept your head out of the refrigerator we'd love to hear that there's a lot of people listening tonight look to finish out this hour we're going to change topics at ten o'clock I got a couple of topic ideas one of which deals with your summer vacation what has happened is that and we also will get back to the decision by the governor today to extend until may eighteenth the state home advisory the governor of Massachusetts and it's probably gonna happen a lot of other states as well the number six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty I got a couple calls if you want to dial in right now I will get you in your weight loss story or your frustration with it it can be done and it's not difficult it's not difficult all you have to do is find the right program that works for you I know what works for me maybe you want to tell me about a program that works for you or you want to give someone give me a tip anything that did you might suggest I'd love to hear from you six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty side with Dan.

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Dr. David Perlmutter on 'Brain Wash'

The Ultimate Health Podcast

06:25 min | 2 years ago

Dr. David Perlmutter on 'Brain Wash'

"David how are you. Welcome back to the show. I'm very delighted to be back with you guys. That's for sure. David were super very excited to chat with you again round. Three's going to be a charm this chat here. I want to go all the way back to the mid-nineteen eighties and at this time. You're in your first year of neurosurgery training. You're going through a very demanding. Time very stressful knock getting a lot of quality sleep and you become sick so take us back there. I spoke about this this Experience in the new book and just as an example as to the relationship between stress and lack of sleep which is obviously stressful in and of itself itself and immune function and I in that year when we would get six hours of sleep. Every other night I experienced just a litany of illnesses illnesses including chicken pox dysentery and ulcer and even a mumps. It was very enlightening in terms of if that lifestyle. Did I want to continue doing that. And then it was one of the main reasons I in fact changed over to doing medical neurology and boy. The rest is history so it turned out to be a good decision and stress is a powerful player in your life in terms of so many issues. We know what we talk about in the new book is how stress and inappropriate inappropriate diet and lack of exercise lack of contact with people lack of contact with nature and not getting enough restorative sleep. How all of these choices his 'cause they basically are conspire to actually rewire the brain for things? That are really not what our goals are so for you when you were going going to school there and you switched to neurology. What other changes did you make the time before? He started feeling better. The joke at the time of his joke. But neurology at there was called. Gentlemen's neurology you know the neuro surgery. In general surgery at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami Florida was brutal. You know I think it was worse than in being in the NFL. Not that I was ever in the NFL and neurology on. The other. Hand was gentleman's neurology. We got to be read. We got to study things and explorer and it. It allowed me more time to dedicate to my health to exercise. More to get restorative sleep on. I even could have some input as to the food that I would eat one one in my neurosurgery residency during those crazy nights. Sometimes all I would eat was baby food and we'd go down to the pediatrics floor. And we'd sneak in the refrigerator. tretorn eat all the banana. Beech nut baby food and that was all there was. In retrospect I know the reason we did that is because back then baby food was just loaded with sugar you know. It was very sobering in. Its very sobering. In retrospect to think what a place I was in in the context of how people are these days who are you know. Maybe they're getting a little more sleep than I had in those days but nonetheless who are in stressful life situations and are eating inappropriate food choices prices and what that does to not just their immune function but how that affects their general health and more importantly vis-a-vis what we're writing about now how it affects affects the basic platform by which they make decisions by which they see the world around them. It's been very enlightening to be retrospective and thinking about those times. As far as I'm concerned and now where we've come today and going through this way back. When have you found yourself? Caught up in a similar situation in the future like when you started practice or are when you started a family or anything like that or did you learn from this I experience. Oh that was a powerful lesson to learn but life is all about learning And we we we make large stroke changes and then small stroke refinement says we move forward so those refinements have certainly continued with time. That was the whitest. It is net that I threw in terms of really seeing what was going on. And as you know over the years I have made continued refinements in messaging both my outreach outreach as well as what my personal choices are to further pursue health disease resistance and now a happiness not that I excluded having his from the equation before but as we've learned recently happiness and being content really goes hand in hand with planning for the future being able to plan for the future being empathetic and being able to make good decisions. We've learned that. Actually there are parts of the brain that either relates to impulsively ability and self centeredness in comparison to parts of the brain that foster empathy. Good decision making planning for the future and you know what with grain and looking at carbs and gluten and then brain maker understanding incredible role that the gut bacteria playing in terms of our health. Now with Our Son Austin promoter and internal medicine. MD writing this new book one of the main purposes. Is You know as a practicing physician over the years the for me. And also for Austin during his residency. Both of US talked about the degree of frustration that we have where we learn as much information as we possibly can and do our very best to impart that information to the people for whom we care whether it's to take this medication or more recently early in my case what foods to eat how to change your lifestyle to be prevented in terms of your brain health but the frustrating part has really been that about eighty percent scent of people. Don't really do what they know is best for them. You know we do our best to give me information. But most people read the books. They watched the programs on television. They get at the information. They know darn well. They shouldn't be eating the glazed doughnut or whatever it is and yet they can't help themselves they can't implement they can't make these decisions and what we've learned. Is that interestingly. So interestingly that the mechanism of inflammation that we've been talking about in the context of Alzheimer's coronary artery disease. He's cancer diabetes and even depression that mechanism of inflammation threatens our ability to make good decisions and stick stick with them that this time around has been absolutely revelation because if we can create a scenario where people can make better decisions and stick due to these plans the understand her good for them now. We have a much better chance at allowing people to turn things around as it relates to their

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"perlmutter" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

23:58 min | 2 years ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"You for taking this ride with us today is part two of the dynamic interview with Dr Dawn parameter today were actually going to get into this blue lives matter situation now to another level oh where the blue lives matter flag there's a lot of specific groups that are literally petitioning trying to get it designated a symbol of racism that's what caught my attention the most about this particular article in in particular as relationship to black lives matter I want to really kind of discuss that what you're what you're saying is absolutely fascinating to really I did not know about the desecrations being knocked over broken I do not know all that obviously that's that's terrible but I wanted to really kind of focus on this this racist aspect in particular with Charlottesville that were in I wanted to know what where all this coming from why do people think this why was it Charlottesville if you have any interest in that place elaborate well in Charlottesville there were wait supremacists there there were the Ku Klux Klan I mean there were definitely white supremacist groups but Charlottesville also had the people there that were not related to this groups but word did not want the statues being taken down the whole the whole show Carlos Davila was really over the fact that confederate statues were being removed from that park that was the whole reason for the protest and digital there were people who were at all associated with the white supremacist groups that were carrying blue lives matter flags that were there just because they don't think confederate statues should have been taken down some of the all right groups or pro police and they will have the blue lives matter flag it doesn't mean that they're police officers carrying it that's where it got conflated that's that's where it started getting completed then there were sort of other incidents but I think more than than it being carried at Charlottesville Dad just sort of allowed them it allowed the people who are against it it gave them kind of amion edition they really just I think it's more about the fact that it's called the blue lives matter flag and and they feel that it's correct attempt by law enforcement to undermine their movement have you explored that aspect and I do think and this is one problem that I had advertised now obviously but I just one problem I did when I was working I haven't really I have a problem into now I don't I don't have a problem with officers standing by one another fraternal orders and union and in just any type of social group but I think that this the blue lives matter is kind of an attempt to undermine the black lives matter and I think that that is caused a problem and I think that is the problem that's the heart of yeah yeah it is I mean if it if it were named something else is it wasn't called that and it was the same flag the same flag with the straight across I don't think it would I've been as much of an issue but what happened is now even the thin blue line flag the blue lives matter flags a variation of the American flag the thin Blue Line flag is a blue line with the black background that's now being attacked also so everything's being grouped in but they're not trying to say that's free assist the blue lives matter flag has been removed from police vehicles that has been taken down from government buildings because it has offense ended people this happens all the time with symbolism I mean between the statues it Columbus Day was or I mean there's just so over history what we're talking about is actually called iconoclasm the destruction of sacred images and and whenever a country or over time I conner them the best example historically is winning and somebody loses a war the first thing they'll do is go in like Saddam Hussein when he fell they knocked down all the statues and anything that and then you plant your flag and and that's the new order we're going through an iconoclastic time right now in the United States and what you're saying profile really is we really really puts a stamp and what's going on really define what's going on I think that that's an people having a hard time with that but please could continue go ahead and and we have in we haven't settled on which symbols those are going to be allowed in which ones aren't so that's the symbolism is reflecting the conflicts that are going on in society also and it always does I mean and the ones that remain are the ones that end up representing what the culture is that's where we're at right now and it's not a war type thing but but this is this is what happens at different times in history when the culture is redefining itself it's not a war type thing but it is but there are obviously some battles or skirmishes if you will along right right this is what's this what we're seeing I think you know the clashes like you said over Statutes the confederate statues the burning of the flag the blind flag I can definitely see what you're saying the pattern throughout history whenever you're in an iconic classic time is normally a precursor for a civil war I mean historically has not I mean I don't mean I shouldn't say civil I let me say historically precursor for kind of like what we went through in the sixties with cultural clashes bunch shouldn't have used the term the only kidding about that use whatever term you think and if it's true I mean if we can talk about headed off than that the great you know yeah it means is that you have it really is it's a sign it's it's showing you that symbolism reflects what's going on in your culture and this fight over the flat and flags I mean represent your culture more than anything I mean more than any other symbols flag is in they could have of what you're living under so that's why the flag such dispute right now and why it's so offensive to me some of you it is racist now WanNa have it on government building that is disappointing because I do personally obviously as law enforcement I like the flag but I am as I mentioned before I am very disappointed let me read a little bit from your article a little bit halfway down and says several Anti Police Organization including mtpa cop watch and black lives matter considered the blue lives matter flag racist in a desecration of the American flag the blue lives matter movement abused by many members of the black lives matter movement as a direct attempt by law enforcement to undermine their mobile black lives matter members have referred to the flag as terrorism title anew version of the confederate flag and repackage Nazi propaganda it's definitely a a sore spot when it comes to black lives matter and I think that you are right that if they would have called something else for call do organization something else I think the blue lives matter everything I've read about it is is correct it was luckily started in opposition to black lives matter and I think that that puts a lot of people in a very precarious in uneasy situation I mean here I am uh I don't know if you've looked at me up at all but I'm a black male and I well I don't agree with everything that black lives matters stands for certainly it puts me at an odd listen blue lives matter well why can't it be both why can't why can't we just have something where I don't want to say all lives matter but but there's it seems to be an either or proposition that is being put before us the with the police or you with the black community in that is such a dangerous dangerous situation in place to put people into ask of of your society are asking the society with the police or you're with the black lives matter and that I think is is really a mistake on the blue lives matter and I think it was a knee jerk reaction to all the protests at the height of the allegations and police in Ferguson and then it escalating and to New York City and I think it it was just a knee jerk reaction to call it that they were they were also trying to somehow defend against that and I don't know how it can be resolved because what has happens is once a symbol is out there it's very hard to get well it's very very difficult to get rid of them and that's what the the desecration of them is but by doing that and if anybody knows anything about the history of of iconoclasm whenever people go down and and try to remove the symbols it just makes that group dig in more you know just make them the only way to really do it is to completely polish the group that has the symbol that's why a lot of the there's a lot of abolition movements right now and and that's because they understand the people who are trying to even abolish police abolish vision they understand that the only way they don't believe in reform at that point at that point they think the only way that it can ever be done is complete abolition and it's the same thing with symbols you either completely get rid of it or it's always going to be there and sometimes the best way to do it is to replace it when countries merger when sometimes they'll create a new flag they'll you know it's a way to solve it so I never even thought about it in the context of resolving it because it's a rare thing that they ever get resolved but I do know the desecration of symbol has been the cause of wars of murders I mean when it's especially religious symbols for example there was I guess about six years ago where the desecration of the Koran or or trans we're being burned in Islam they have very few sacred symbols and that's one of them and that literally would cause protests all around world where people were being killed at how important symbolism is a sacred symbol who song around as far as a draw the prophet a day or something like that right? There was something similar where they were drawing the Prophet Muhammad just to just to anger yeah yeah a tune contests yeah that was and and saying it was free speech which it is but that exactly another highly sacred symbol and my point being that the desecration of sacred symbols always results in violence so it's a very dangerous there's always violence related to it and there's a psychology to also when when you have protests and people there's levels to protest when you have a group of people and they come together to burn an effigy or a flag that becomes a ritual and at that point literally escalate people get more are more prone to riot once you've done that kind of ritual burning something there's a whole psychology to that also with crowd control and it's because the burning of the sacred.

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"perlmutter" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

11:43 min | 2 years ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Hello everyone and welcome back to Capela hunters podcast thank you so much for tuning in thanks back reached out to members Abuellah's matter I've actually also reached out to members of black lives matter I'm wondering interview both of those empty I'm still waiting to hear back so let me just pause here just talk about why I wanted to talk to members of blue lives matter will I I am particularly troubled in the fact that they have taken directly co-opted black labs nerves now if members of law enforcement problem black lives matter if they think that as share Clark USA say black lives matter whatever the other problem with them law enforcement officials can have died log in an argument with members of it in say they're illegitimate that they're exaggerating claims accessible and whatever else black lives matter is complaining about that's fine but to co op the movement and say you know it's really Bob Blue matter this presents a little bit of problem because it makes us seem as if blue lives or police officers lives are directly against blackout lives matter now you may have people may have a problem on issue with black lives matter then that's fine but to co-opt the information to co up what the the whole movement and to put one against another there was a lieutenant I believe Jesse is a captain now trying to get her on the podcast in San Francisco leased department I believe her name is Yolanda Williams and I'm actually reaching out to her try to get around to podcast see is suing her department San Francisco Police Department for Racial Discrimination the things like that this is lieutenant at the time and she's I believe she's now a captain so whatever she's got going on she's got going on but part of her lawsuit claims that someone came up to her at one time What are you for black lives matter offering for lies Neider and for one entity particularly the police department to think that you ought to be directly opposed to black lives matter whether you agree with me is you're not at his very problematic and that's why I wanted to talk to members of blue lives matter and asked them why have you co opted this particular name may have a problem black lives matter that's fine I have a have a dialogue with them but to co-opt say not really buff black lives it is once again not help to build these bridges and bring these these two entities together the community input in this instance the black community is now seemed to be pitted against the police officers and this is a problem and I don't understand why they did that while they call themselves at I don't have a problem with any police organization being very supportive of other police officers being supportive of people trying to get the message out there if there's a group of people war saying that the police are always doing x. being up abusive aggressive and the police officer want to push back against that narrative that's fine nobody has a problem with that the problem with them bringing about information trying to get information out there that's all fine but to directly oppose the black lives matter organization I think is very very problematic and I had problem when I was police officer seeing other people in my police department had blue lives matter on their yes Boulez Matt yes police officers matter and that's why there's there's crimes already for assaulting police officers describes against salting firefighters when they're performing their duties or nurses or paramedics particular state of Connecticut these are all crimes when you assault on one for doing their job that's fine we get it blue lives matter police lives of always matt the issue that black lives matter whether you agree with it or not is that Gla- class have not seen added they seem to throw us away this has been done throughout history from slavery to Jim Crow to Lynchings to mass incarceration to underperforming schools underfund. the schools to the crack epidemic and we can see a certain disparity and how the crack epidemic was street in nineteen eighty two the current opioid epidemic. being treated now and this is the heart of what people are saying the black lives matter our lives are important so infamy ranting about that I want to talk to both groups I reach out the black lab matters or anybody's listen to this you have in contact with any member of black lives matter please give them my information let them all I wanNA talk to them every two last matter and that that her becker the one of these groups if anybody has any kind of inroads to them please let them know that Captain Hunter wants to have them on the podcast and we have a nice DC compensation in the meantime we're GonNa continue on Dr on Promo under wrote an article for lies matter and I just thought it would be very interesting to hear her perspective that name of the article the Doctor Dawn perimeter road they want to make blue lives matter flag a symbol of racism we won't let them so I came across his 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Hunter so these always you can help to support the the podcast and make sure that the the work continues on and without further ado let's get into the episode talking about blue lives matter here's the interview with Dr Dawn Paramedic I was reading through blaze matter lists looking for different things to talk about concerning that and it came across article in law enforcement today they want to make the blue lives matter flag a symbol of racism we won't let them know here you are talking about symbols so let's this dove into the symbol uh of racism they obviously in the article that you're referring to I don't want to word Dumont but there's obviously those the antifa groups things like that can you explain and just a little bit of a y you wrote the article I wrote the article because it's really important when you do symbolism what people hold in high regard sacred symbols whether it's the flag weather it's a religious symbol but even more important in terms of again the crime is the desecration of sacred symbol it's a very very powerful statement the the desecration of things that people Oh hold sacred it's not vandalism it it has a lot more meaning to it that's why I wrote about it because and this will be a nice way to to describe how I came to it when I go to a crime scene and somebody I'm doing a homicide case a lot of times they're deliberately yes the creating that body so the desecration of the body is the same you know the the flag is a sacred symbol also so so when I write about this it's more than it's a highly symbolic act and it's a highly symbolic object and that's why it provoked so much emotion when it happens and unfortunately the blue lives matter flag which originated out of the the in Blue Line flags it became an insult because it was called the blue lives matter when if it hadn't been called that it would have still been vandalized but I think that gave them more that offended the black lives matter movement to feel that it's rude to them save the name co opted the movement so it became a whole controversy but now it's gone beyond just the controversy now we have literally groups out there anti police groups cop watch groups I don't know if your audience is aware that blue lives matter flags are stolen all the time from people's homes they're burned their their stolen from police officers memorial's it's just become almost it's like a trend it's become a trend to do that and I did not know that until I do not know that yeah and it's escalating it's escalating speaking of the psychology of it they're not just stealing the flag there's stealing valor they're stealing honor they they know what the symbolism is especially when it's taken off of of fallen officer memorial the psychology of that that is that we don't like police and we don't think you deserve to be a hero and have this lag here so I'm going to steal it you know it's it's disrespecting somebody in depth it's not allowing them to have dignity in death that is what's happening and they probably get a thrill from it to I mean they understand the symbolism and it's just really taken off I mean I started charting you know every time one happened and I have just dozens and dozens I couldn't keep up and that's how much it's escalated and sometimes deliberately do things on May fifteenth as a as a desecration of fallen officer holiday and or Memorial Day they do it on specific days that are important also and that's another trend so it's it's really disturbing and the other in your audience may be aware of is that fallen officer memorial are being vandalized is in unbelievable numbers I mean they will early go to a memorial in front of a police station and if it's a granite memorial they'll take a hammer to it they don't just spray paint them they literally knocked over to destroy them it seems to provoke even more violence than in just vandalism and and I think again there's this you know fustration or whatever that it's like if you don't if you disrespect us we're going to we're not going to allow you to have this memorial we don't think of you as a hero now it's gone.

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"perlmutter" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Cab that state trooper noticed in the they turned out to be part of those codes so it's just amazing what you can find out with this area would not have known I obviously I knew that all this was going on but this the different symbolism I guess and you know just thinking about it it really makes sense to where you can drive down the street with on a Saudia truckin summit will know who you are or be interested in what you're interested in so I'm totally makes sense I guess I just never really gave that much thought but I'm glad you did took an and again this all evolved on its own I mean I started out with crime scene I did knowsley crime scenes that had you know we get a lot of inquiries for things just like Santa Maria which isn't a crime but if you're in an area of the country where author doesn't understand that at all they want you to explain to them what it is a lot of times I have to tell people well that's not you know I do a threat analysis I'm like that's that's not a crime at all that's what they practice and the you know the religion and it's protected and other times I'll get an inquiry and I'm like Oh that that's really bad you you need to get on that right away and this is what you need to do over the years you just develop I'm pretty much look at something and and tell you immediately what type of group that's affiliated with not as does it come off and where there is a a cross section where they come across something that is religious but yet will still have some dangerous connotations to does that happen on that happened since quite a lot especially well just across the board in my homicide cases a lot that happens because a lot of the cases worked on which involved the worst types of crimes like torture they there's people that actually practice things like say them so they will harv symbols into the body bill and they're usually religious symbols they will desecrate I mean you know symbolism isn't just the actual symbol when I do my homicide consulting symbolism is the date the crime was on it's the position of the ball auty it's the trauma what they did to the body how they arranged it body parts being removed everything has meaning insert in those types genes in addition to any symbolism that's there so the actual positioning of the body becomes part of the analysis I have to do and dome pretty heinous stop some of it is part of a belief system that they're doing it for others they're inventing their own a lot of times if they're young offenders they they're like mimicking television movies and and heavy metal music has really gone and put it this way the Internet and the and television and and all of the sort of glorification of like criminal Ma signs and these stock you menzies has really created a lot more homicides I mean well thanks for example I think it was either HBO or showtime did a show called Dexter about Sir He was a serial killer did bloodstain pattern well there were two homicide copycats from that I mean fifteen years ago and I've done a lot of documentaries I've participated in documentary the just the discovery the learning channel discovery channel was going to do a whole series on on the case as I worked on but back then they decided not to because they thought it was too much Approach for for people to watch now they're doing everything I mean now there's like no limit between the net flicks shows I mean so it's really created another problem for analysis because now you have to factor in whether they're copycatting these shows Lake in one case they used a soul so I had to why and they had the DVD of the soul film series by. gotcha crazy stuff so it's just it's a little bit easier when it's a straight up gang or terrorist organization it's it's when the come in and and it has a lot of different unusual things too but the fact that it's unusual usually puts me in the direction of looking for it being influenced I culture from hell yeah it's taken a long time but like I said by the time I when I get the call and get the details pretty much tell you know get the ballpark of what it is because just experience learn as we were talking I was thinking about Dexter interesting about silence of the lambs I was I didn't think about saw so so yeah this that's really really fascinating how do you detox from that I mean you see these crimes it's very hard I could emerge in fact I think I think one of the reasons in the past couple of years I started doing more work on writing don't be anti-police movement and the war on police and then the symbolism associated with that was because I was getting a little burn from the from the case yeah I it's like you know just did it for a long time and I'm I'm trying to it's just so much easier to write a bell other things right now and you know I will occasionally I will initially help if I can but I'm trying not to get in involved as much as I did before because it's just very disturbing because a lot of category of it yeah back comes up to but it when I I did this people didn't believe me when I first twenty five years ago when I when I was doing analysis of like beheading I you know I'm like people actually are beheading in ritual academics did not believe me they said Oh it's a they always think it's a form of psychopathology or mental age and I'm like no no it's just a ritual when the jihad has started doing it and then the cartels both from them him I was like see I got to say I told you so but it just was unheard of and there's big distinction between my background which is more anthropology and philosophy and people who are trained in behavioral science and Alice's behavioral science profiling is based on personalities in psychology where mine is based on coal sure it's a very different perspective I don't really think any of the people that I'm dealing with our psychopaths because that it does not help at all in analyzing it and most of them are actually highly intelligent and know exactly what they're doing it's just that what they're doing shocking that behavioral analyst just think they have to be mental patients to be able to do it but I look at it from the perpetrators point of view not from our point of view and that methodology works so much better cross culturally it works very well uh-huh and analyzing like unusual things and like Pakistan or Afghanistan or because again I'm not labeling it but that's once you do that you can really understand and you can predict you know if they're going to do it again on sometimes now as far as the as far as the psychological aspect that's kind of a little bit of my background I got a couple of degrees in psychology so that's I can certainly understand them coming to you from that aspect or let me ask you this is there ever a nexus and where we're totally off topic I want to talk to you about but anyway is there an.

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"perlmutter" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

12:01 min | 2 years ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

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"perlmutter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Marijuana related businesses Colorado congressman ed Perlmutter co sponsored the bill instead it will help reduce crime associated with the pot industry these businesses and their employees become targets for murder robbery assault and more by dealing and all cash and this puts the employees and store store owners at risk the congressman joins is six six twenty four this morning the bill now moves to the U. S. Senate were Colorado senator Cory Gardner is co sponsoring the Senate version of the bill Gardner says lawmakers need to get their heads out of sand to get the measure to president trump's desk Colorado's governor Polish send state Attorney General Phil wiser say new restrictions on the Endangered Species Act threatens more animals with extinction so now Colorado's joining several other states to sue the department of interior over restrictions on what animals can get threatened status Polish calls the restrictions that dangerous roll back wall wiser says the Endangered Species Act is America's signature tool for protecting wildlife Danko shell came away news. immigration advocates wanna make sure local daca recipients don't let their protections laps while the US Supreme Court decides on president trump's decision and that program forward dot U. S. is hosting a free doc a renewal workshop at MSU Denver we're expecting a decision to come between January and in June of twenty twenty and so we don't know what the outcome will be and what we wanted people to continue to be protected and keep their Dhaka ring it coordinator Morrison Molina says the clinic will run from twelve to seven featuring trainings and resources from other community resource groups the twenty nineteen biennially be America's fast kicks off in Denver..

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"perlmutter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"perlmutter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Giving this is a this is a rather interesting story I have to say I actually. I mean I'm goofing and all that but this is a. this is an actual big story of of what's happening in some of the states. where they're legalizing marijuana so the house is now giving the go ahead to a measure allowing banks to serve cannabis company's. lawmakers passed the bill with a three hundred and twenty one to one oh three vote with only one Democrat voting against it. dad what is it know how to do that doing that. bills lead sponsor of the house Colorado Democrat Democrat ed pulled Perlmutter. sorry. my. my. apologies to the Perlmutter family. where was I forgot Colorado we leave the bills lead sponsor in the house Colorado Jim ed Perlmutter. Perlmutter called any court huge milestone reforming federal cannabis laws Canada still brand at the federal level of course. but medical or recreational use the drug's been legalized in more than thirty states the bill now heads the Senate the fact is they can't deal in money. feds don't want you to do that. another story. in other news today. this comes in the plaster county sheriff's office canine officer.

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