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"plotkin" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"Wailer boys and girls. This is tim ferriss. And welcome to another episode of the tim. Ferriss show this special episode features. Dr mark plotkin. He is a very popular guest. He's back by popular demand on many levels mark. You can find them at doc mark. Plotkin pilo t. k. i n. On twitter is an ethnobotanist who serves as president of the amazon conservation. Team or act. Act done a lot of work with act. They've partnered with roughly eighty tribes in south america predominantly to map and improve management and protection of roughly one hundred million acres of ancestral reinforced. His best under the general public as the author of the book. Tales of a shaman's apprentice. Which is one of the. Most popular books ever written about the rainforest. His most recent book is the amazon subtitle. What everyone needs to know and you can find my first interview with mark where recover his bio his amazing amazing resume his adventures with richard schultz with indigenous tribes. Everything he's learned from western science and the various compounds. He has firsthand experience. Using at teamed up lug slash mark plotkin. He's also host of the plants of the gods podcast through what you can learn about everything. Hallucinogenic snuffs to the diverse formulations of qra. Each episode basically covers a given plant qra by. The way doesn't just relax the muscles of the body and lead to fixation. If used for hunting for instance it also led to modern anesthesia in many senses. So there's a lot to to check out plants at the gods. Today's episode focuses on how animals use medicinal plants and it has some wild stories related to what we can learn and what we can use from the behaviors of cows. Penguins picks frogs and everything in between. There's a lot of hidden wisdom in nature and this particular audio is both from chapter in mark's book titled medicine quest subtitle in search of nature's healing secrets. I read the book. I loved it and i asked mark if he'd be willing to record this chapter audio to share with you all so he made some updates made some tweaks. He agreed and here. We are so thaw that said. Please enjoy this. Upset is brought to you by block. Five block is building a bridge between cryptocurrencies and traditional financial and wealth management products..
"plotkin" Discussed on Men, This Way
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"plotkin" Discussed on Men, This Way
"Your books are just teeming with practice with practical guidance and and instruction in practice. I mean it's just it's incredible bill. Obviously i don't know hardly anything about you personally your personal life. I don't know how you show up in the daily ways of things. But i will say i can say your just through your work. What i've seen at the animus institute through your books your writings your your work. Your your life's work is. It's a masterwork. Isn't it a masterwork. And i'm you know. I've told a few people i don't know if i like this language but like your your books have become my bibles only by which i mean. They've become guides for for for how to live a how to live life. Well thank you so much for saying that. All four of my books are really meant to be field. Guides to be helping us all cleaned myself become fully human Two of them are. There's subtitles are a field guides but for really are and so where can Your new book. Where can people find this anywhere. Books are sold and you can find us said At animus valley institute At www dot animus dot org the important thing to say about animus is a n i m a s not us So it comes from the spanish word anonymous which is plural for souls. We are named that. Because we're here in the animas valley in southwest colorado annemasse dot org and bill. I don't know how you do it man but you gotta figure out how to expand your programs. They've been i've been they've been sold out for through this pandemic. I don't know everyone wants to get back to nature. Everyone's they're coming to a confrontation with something and you you have. You have beautiful maps. You have really important maps. And i'm thrilled to help people. Discover your work I'm trying to get in there myself so You're you're just. And maybe i'll be able to step in and serve the the community as well in some way but that's beside the point that's just me being a bit of a fan boy right now. I'm just telling you. I'm in love with everything that you're doing. I'm so grateful for it. Thank you so much. Brian and Bill thank you so much for taking the time to talk with us today on men this way really appreciate it my pleasure. Thank you again invitation. I really enjoyed it. Thank you so much for listening and thank you again..
"plotkin" Discussed on Men, This Way
"Vision fast. Could be a way for me to help. People weave cocoons of transformation for themselves from analysts to adulthood. So i studied with stephen mammoth for a number of years. And that's that was my early adulthood. Boy it really is just so Of the right word but antithetical to our western cultures drive for us to get out there and make your make your money make your mark. Yes do you. Are you hopeful for us. Collectively bill for humanity for for for mankind humankind. I am amazingly enough But we have to start by separating. The word hope from this from the idea of predicting success or even.
"plotkin" Discussed on Men, This Way
"It's uses symbol myth archetype dream images and so forth to convey to us what our adult ego form is. So i've had several selling counters in my life but my the first one is always the most profound one for everybody and my first one was at on my fourth day of my first vision fast in which Long story incredibly briefly. The i had a conversation with a spruce tree that had become a zen monk by the fourth day and It introduced me to butterfly that a literal physical butterfly that flew towards me. Brush the left side of my face went by. And i heard in english the butterfly saying cocoon weaver. So this was I had no idea what happened to me in the moment but This idea of weaving cocoons. It became clear to me. This was an image by my first myth poetic image. That would help me understand when i was born to do but i want to emphasize here that a sullen kunr is not primarily information. Said like you get. I got this information. Okay bill what you need to go out into the world and weave cocoons. Whatever that means like the tablets come back with tablets with written written text on them. Yeah i had some written text but yeah but the what assoc counter primarily does is like being struck by lightning in his starts some l. chemical process in which our egos start getting shape shifted. And that's the fourth phase. The phase called metamorphosis. And that's when the solid counter the vision starts doing its work on our ego and it takes for most people several months where the adolescent ego is reached fashioned reshaped into an adult ego just like for the caterpillar awhile to go from caterpillar soup to a butterfly body and those imaginable cells. Turn out to the architects and they can take the recyclable materials of caterpillar of a former caterpillar. and turn it into a completely different creature with wings that's phase for metamorphosis and then the fifth phase for the caterpillar cocoon breaks open or the butterfly. Moth breaks out of the corner of the christmas. And it can't fly at its wings are so new. They can't fly so it just sits on a branch where the cocoon had been and it has to pump fluid through those new wings and then it has to slowly start to flap them and learn how to fly wings and only then can it fly so the fifth phase for humans. We call enactment when a person who's gone through their ego has gone through. A metamorphosis begins to show up in the world as their mithra poetic identity. But this is even before they're capable of serving anybody or bringing the gift to the world so that's the next face and then sometime after that a person is thrown by mystery from the cocoon into the first stage of adulthood which i call the soul apprentice at the wellspring. And that's when we look for summoned to study with to learn a delivery system that will be an effective way to embody their mitha poetic identity for me. It was To lead teachers. Stephen foster and meredith little of the school of law supporters in california. Who have been for some years. Reintroducing.
"plotkin" Discussed on Men, This Way
"Adolescence and caterpillars go through profound changes. A third healthy caterpillars and those changes have called maltings by biologists and a molting when a caterpillar sheds its skin and then grows another somewhat larger one and depending on the species happens for five six seven times for caterpillar. these profound changes. And you could say. They're changes in identity for the caterpillar but before that change their caterpillar in after that change her caterpillar while free for humans. We also go through something that corresponds to maltings in early on lessons. So for example. We have a certain social scene. The certain persona are haircut away of expressing sexuality we have and then there's some profound experience we have and we realized that's not really who i am doesn't expressway as fully as i could and so we might change our social. We might change your primary romantic relationship. We might move from ohio to california. I mean might take a different job. Because i'm not just talking about teenagers because the in most contemporary humans are early adolescence at least through their twenty s enough and through their eighties or hundred year. So out of here. Yeah so okay. But back to the caterpillar at some point. The caterpillar has multiple as many times as it either can or needs to then this mysterious thing that happens that it finds itself if it's a moth. Caterpillar weaving a cocoon. Who knows if the caterpillar even knows why if it's a butterfly caterpillar. it its own body starts turning into something like a cocoon which courses called a christmas. And what's going to happen in that. Christmas cocoon is this form. Caterpillar is going to be morphed into a butterfly it's a caterpillar before they transformation and it's not after its butterfly. That's analogously is what happens for us. Humans during the journey of initiation which may be only ten percent of temporary people at the most ever even start. Yeah that we are gonna become this different kind of being like as different as a butterflies to a caterpillar. that's lecturing i. i love what you said to. At the beginning. D- does the does the caterpillar even know why it begins to undergo this process. Does the cat or that such a rich observation or or inquiry. Because i same why go back to my military that moment of leaving the military. I knew without a doubt there was no question i had to go. Not for a second. I remember getting an offer from Lockheed martin the big boss at lockheed martin with lincoln and odd brian. If you need a job. I got you not even for half a second that i consider saying yesterday that bill but i had no idea where i was going otherwise none. I had no idea what pain was coming from me. No idea what loneliness was awaiting me. What do you say to. Let's just say again for the because of this audience for this podcast to a man or woman for that matter. But what do you say to someone who starts to starting to see themselves. They've lived a life. They've had accomplishments meet a lot of my listeners. I i see this a lot. Bill where where men especially start to hit the walls of their adolescent way of being in their late thirties early forties. Now a lot of men will push through that moment and as you said they'll make it all the way to their eighties in their death without ever doing anything different. But i'm seeing more and more men late thirties. Early forties start to go. Okay i need to do something ain't workin. Something's off whether they've they've made the money they've got the house they've got the the family they've got all the things or maybe they don't have those things but still what do you say to that man..
"plotkin" Discussed on Men, This Way
"Is profound. And we're only gonna take short stroll on the tippy top of the massive iceberg. That is his life's work near the end. Just before i ask him for one key takeaway one key practice that you can do every day to move further in the direction of your own journey of soul initiation. I ask bill whether he has hope for humanity given our collective resistance to creating more mature adults and his answer will surprise. You maybe frighten you. He does have hope but not in the way you might think so. Definitely stay tuned all the way through to the end of this episode of men. This way all right. Let's dive mr bill plotkin sir. It is an absolute honor to have you on men this way. Thank you for being here. Thanks for the invitation brian. Great to be with you and all your listeners. Yeah i've i've been absolutely enraptured by your work For about the last year now and it was introduced to me by a group of men who Likewise men's group that i'm in of of of just you know how beautiful heart centered men in the doing the personal growth work whatever that means In your book has really lit a fire in us. When i say your book i'm talking about nature in the human soul and i know today we're going to be talking about The journey of soul. Initiation your new book. Thank you when. I when i say it is an honor and i'm excited and i mean that full-on out mask you. Where are you in the world right now. You look like you're in a cozy cabin somewhere I am an cozy house is my home. It's on the edge of the animas valley and southwest colorado at seventy three hundred feet. And i'm looking right over the top of your head right now to the l- applaud mountains. Which go up to thirteen thousand feet and then some right outside my window so in.
"plotkin" Discussed on Men, This Way
"This episode is like no other. Bill is one of the most genius and inspired visionaries. That you've probably never heard of. He's the author of a few books that have been rocking my world. The last few years notably nature and the human soul and now his latest book the journey of soul initiation a field guide for visionaries evolutionary and revolutionaries and. I'm serious wanna say listen up. This may be the most important podcast episode. I ever create. I love all my guests and what particularly excites me about bill. Plotkin is that. When i first read his book nature and the human soul. I felt like what the israelites must've felt like. When moses came back from mount sinai with the ten commandments. Bill is brought back. Commandments of any sort but through his works spanning probably five decades now as a depth psychologist wilderness guide and founder of western colorado's any must valley institute where he led thousands of women and men through nature based initiate tori passages. What he has brought back is a map of human development that i believed to be as all encompassing as any map modern day humanity has discovered building on carl jung's work and the work of countless other brilliant hearts and minds spanning a myriad of human cultures all over the world. When i read bills work our. I should say when i read bills work i understand more clearly the adventure of my own life. The story arcs that of played out over years. The excruciating bottoms. I've hit at critical pivotal moments of my life and what the real tasks of the different stages of life are that. if. I don't accomplish those tasks then i don't truly grow or evolve. Even though my body may age in fact this is one of the major themes that throughout bills work. Which i assure you is a master work. His books are just masterpieces of wisdom and insight impractical information but a major theme he explores and that we talk about in. This episode is the overwhelming lack of true adults in the modern world. The state of humanity is one currently made up of Largely of people stuck in adolescent ways of thinking being doing it certainly not hard to make the case for that these days. Just read the news or scroll through your social media feed. You may not be able to quite put a finger on it but something constantly nags it you that the world around you is largely devoid of real wisdom and nuance and maturity bills Bills bill masterfully explains.
Robinhood-GameStop hearing will scrutinize how brokerages get paid for trades
"Game stop hearing on capitol hill stock market versus casino and news from down under leading. Today's news grab the popcorn. Robin hoods vlad. Tentative melvin capitals. Gay plotkin rutted steve. Huffman and citadels kenneth griffin and keith. Gill are also to testify. Before the house financial services committee at twelve pm eastern lawmakers will get their chance to grill the executives and hearing focused on short selling online trading platforms gamification and their systemic impact and our capital markets and retail investors. Also making an appearance is read it trading star known as warring kitty who is credited with helping start the game stop mania though his actions are being pro by massachusetts regulators since he was a registered securities broker an army of day traders following wall street bets the red at forum dedicated to quote making money and being amused while doing it up ended some market dynamics last month by taking aim at some heavily shorted stocks they ran them up as a group triggering short-squeezes and causing some hedge funds like melvin capital to record billions of dollars in losses. The party came to an end after brokerages restricted trading on stocks like game. Stop an amc entertainment. Though robin hood took the most flak due to its communication about the events and delay and taking curbs off of a meme trading
"plotkin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Because theaters were shut down, right? And they're going to lose $5 this year. So last year was $33 loss this year $5 except they're losing $5 a quarter in the most recent quarter, and, of course, there's almost no revenue. And there's dead. The debt is 400% of capitalization, or it's 400% of equity. It's a E. I mean, bankruptcy is a good option for a company like that, right? Yeah. And There was they raise some capital, which started this back to your point. So it was about 300 million in a convertible unsecured bond. This is a Warren Buffett move on the part of a private equity down. So they loaned him the money with a call option. Of course, they've are with a convertible option. Like like a warrant, like a Warren Buffett warrant. And Of course, they decided to exercise you know there. Yeah. They probably got their warrant at Less than $3. And when I got to 15 of it, they were like, Hey, it's there. So AMC was one of them. If you can't play it like that, then it's probably not worth You know, betting a turnaround. There were a lot of people that called us on J. C. Penney. Ah, and that didn't work. Longer Term. Yeah, There's some people that Had some pretty strong conviction that G. C. Penney would turn it around. And, Yeah, sounds good trading lesson Read. It's Wall Street bets, message boards. That's a new force in trading, okay? Yeah, it is it. Here's Here's the zero hedge article. Okay. Okay. So first casualty of the big short squeeze. Melvin Capital. They've got picture of Melvin right here. Okay. Melvin capitals, Gabe Plotkin. We'll just call him now that he's famous now, uh, in a bad way massive losses on its shorts set to receive a $2.75 billion capital injection. From Citadel, one of the big guys and 10.72 investors. It's a bailout s o. He could pay is margin call. Which okay so alternative investing sometimes doesn't work. Um, and the long short strategy. Think is dead for a long time, because the results weren't that good for the category, right? Um they weren't that good. You know, the high yield index was better. If you take it is a category and now it's proved to be extraordinarily dangerous because you've got a whole group that realizes if a bunch of people bet the stock goes down in short, it Then then, here we go. Um, this is interesting. Neo AMC plug power, Blackberry bed bath and beyond. Papa Dean mentioned bed bath and beyond. He was He was having some fun with this, By the way, was he? Yeah. I don't know how much I don't know how it how he did. We can ask him because he'll be on later in February. Okay? Okay. We don't have to ask him because he's had that for for awhile. Had me Yep. That Z. Well, and he had done. He had done something with options, but I don't want to. Well, I don't know if you want to talk about if he didn't make money at it, Okay, You know, maybe he does. I don't want I don't want to scare him off. Okay? All right. What's next? Michael Burry calls game stop. Unnatural and insane. The rally. Okay, so next economic growth. Let's get to some. Let's let's get to some economic news here. We've got important forecasts, too, so economic growth came in at 4%. Atlanta Fed was wrong, They said. It could be a size 11, but you had the additional shutdowns. Yeah, now. California, New Yorker reopening Well, I think you get first quarter numbers and they're probably 10 or 11. Okay, Well, that's good. Yeah, OK, but that's coming off a pretty weak comp. If I look at last year's Q one and cue to actually mean we're gonna We're gonna get some pretty good numbers, I think. And so that says, first two quarters. Good. Yeah. Okay, So let's get to John Hook on institutional research source. Yeah. Somebody who's a lot of fun and He's been on the program from his Manhattan We'll call it a penthouse. I don't know if it's pretty house or not. But anyway, you get gets a lot of money for his research, and he was spot on on this thing so Um, give us the takeaways, and then we'll take him apart. All right. Dominant force for stocks is likely that the stimulus near record large rally for at least two quarters. Then he says, crash later, probably from inflation, He said. What crash from inflation from inflation? Yeah, it's a bold statement. Well, I'm not email him right now and say OK when Uh, exactly what.
GameStop Stock Soars as Reddit Investors Take On Wall Street Bets
"Stop the video game retailer. Stock has rallied over six hundred eighty percent this month and in the last couple of days the stocks volatility has pretty much everyone talking. So what's going on. First of all game stop is for the average mall going consumer dying brand a relic of simpler times when we used to have to physically go to the store and wait in line for the newest call of duty or for the latest harry potter book. So it's no surprise. That game stop has been a target for wall street shortsellers its demise has been foregone conclusion. So short and game stop. That is betting that game stop would continue to. Depreciate could have been a good bet except short-selling is risky and your losses if you lose that bad or basically limitless since there's no cap on how valuable the company has bet against could become so even riskier if stock you've shorted starts going up. You can essentially cut your losses without getting too in the weeds market mechanics here. When a lot of short seller's designed to cut their losses on a shorted stock. That's now suddenly going up it triggers. What's called a short squeeze. Demand goes up. Supply goes down. Price goes up more shortsellers. Try to cut their losses. It's a vicious cycle and one that can result in massive losses for their shortsellers and giant prophets for those who've invested in the stock on the way up which is when a popular reddit. Forum called wall street bets figured out that game stop was the most shorted stock in the us markets. It wasn't hard to convince reddit users in the forum to buy up enough stock in game. Stop to trigger that short squeeze making retail investors of bundle and sticking it to the wall street big guys in the process. This was all encouraged in many ways by high profile investors with a hefty social media presence. Jamaa only petia tweeted that he'd bet on the stock increasing himself cameron winkle voss of the winkle vi- suggested he might go along on the stock and must only tweeted that he was aware of the situation just aware of the situation in game. Stop took off again. In after hours. Trading and to wall street bets credit. The plan worked amid game. Stops rally shortsellers on wall. Street have accumulated over five billion dollars in losses year to date and that includes nine hundred million loss on monday and one point six billion lost on friday. As you're about to hear hedge fund. Melvin capital took an enormous loss on the bet so much so that rumors of bankruptcy were swirling on that wall street. Bet sub reddit. But the founder of melvin told our own andrew ross sorkin. The rumors aren't true. Here's andrew now some breaking news this morning on this game stop story. We've been reporting all morning. Having talked to gay. Plock into runs. Melvin capital gay. Plotkin saying that. Melvin capital has been out closed out its position in the stock force. That company was Firm i should say with short looks like lost a ton of money but short that company up through Before the end of the close yesterday but Gabe saying that They got out yesterday afternoon. Of course the question is what happens now. Game stop a game. Stop shares Melvin capital had to take in an additional close to three billion dollars in new capital citadel. Coming to the rescue along with point seventy two. This is a remarkable saga With game stop so many of these investors no really no longer really investing on the fundamentals of what's happening against up but more just continue to push up the stock and we've seen so many folks like you on musk. Go take to twitter about it. Chihua- polly fanning the flames. So there's a lot of fan fan. Flame fanning taking place right now big questions about regulators where they are what they should be doing a lot of criticism and critique online as saying that if you think manipulation what do you think wall street is doing everyday to us the retail investors so. There's a sort of a pop psychology dynamic at play. And i think we're all we're all learning and try and understand what it means but also what it means in the future for the ability of retail investors to get together on places like read it and other places Form an army of sorts and try to push up The stocks in in certain cases like this. So i'm at a loss for words. Joe i really am where are the regulators and is this just the beginning situation. We all do have a lot to say on this but you you obviously have a lot to san. That's interesting but obviously the plane with the calls. And you're you're seeing calls that are one hundred dollars out of the money going for nineteen dollars and things that you've got markups going from two billion to twenty five billion. Obviously everything you're saying we understand. This is this is a game obviously and these guys. When i put five dollars on a ncaa game that. I don't care that much about that's the same as jemaah putting a couple of hundred grand on some calls or lan or any of the guys were talking about this. I think it's kind of responsible. The kind of laughing about it laughing all the way to the bank. But you know there are market makers that have to take. How'd you like to be short some of these calls. Can you imagine being short some of these calls. Especially if you're not covering i mean you can lose. You can lose ten times your money. Unlike a regular investment where only lose one hundred percent. I mean this this this makes this makes bitcoin look like t-bills if you think there's speculation and crypto when you when you look at something like and now they're looking for the next mark right they'll find another game stop once they're done with game stop but in the meantime there's gonna be blood all over understand why i understand why elon musk is doing it. He hates the shorts. They've you know he's right. Thinks it's a game where he's playing a game to understand he's playing the game too. I don't understand why tomatoes doing this. I don't understand why the winkle loss guys doing this. I mean this is i. It's nothing about me. Said too much money it and if you if you think people look unkindly at the wealthy at this point like wait till you see what happens with with the retail investor who gets sucked into thing and gets caught in the trap with who can't afford to lose the money like these guys are doing. I'll tell you the thing there. There really is a merry band of retail investors. Out there both already but increasingly and this is what i think even more concerning i spent a lotta time night reporting this out but also spending time on the in some of these rooms there are places people are going out into encrypted rooms onto telegram onto signal where they where they effectively are planning their next raid. Where they're trying to look to say. Okay where can we do. You know who can we take down next. In this case it was capital that they were seeking to take down. That's why i think the news today that they're out maybe potentially a turning point. I don't know. I don't. I don't know what turns this stock back into some kind of a normal
"plotkin" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"And because you have to ask yourself you know the the types of questions and so for me found my soul purpose that you cancer led me away from the thing that i thought was my my purpose in towards thing that really was and i feel fulfilled and enriched and in when people leave my office my door and their uplifted and they feel better and relieved and and it you know it just it makes me feel alive and i found why i'm here and so Writing that book now My son who was fourteen at the time he saw a five star review on amazon. A book by a woman who had bought it for her mother who had breast cancer and she had she had seen How my book and made a difference in her life and she was very grateful and his review. My son saw and screen shot and text it to me and i replied to him that out. I thought that was pretty cool in that. You know if one person was better because they read my book and the whole cancer experience was worth it. Yeah yeah well. Esquire amazing thing to happen radi. Yeah mom pasta. Wave can't suggest optima brother died in a car crash. Coy in mom south to say free from the wearing as well and probably maybe not looking ourself swap out the mammogram and stuff like that checkouts Of course that's a while back centre long before you wrote. The book. Unite united the united states. Few s. Four years but. Yeah now i mean you know. People will appreciate that kind of being around even deter inspirational. I mean i haven't read the first one. I just quickly look to the other on amazon. That one now um and that's got some good reviews as well so called few But nice nice when you just see high style rather than someone really be writing. Whoever of there's plenty of people out there who will pan effort You know if you if you put your heart into it That then it doesn't. It doesn't matter what it is. These both of these books were my effort to put out in the universe. The things that i've learned as a student of life. Sse i'd do it less about self aggrandizement and more about. Hey it it you know if you wanna if if you want some insight that i've found a long way might stay save you from stubbing your toe or or did you in a new direction that you might not have thought of than how cool is that that we have the opportunity in this day and age that the the big monolithic publishing houses that used to be the gatekeeper You know and That that old system is falling away and they giving more and more opportunity to people to get their message out and allows. I'm grateful for that screen. What does things up to date so We could talk about the work..
"plotkin" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Virus protections, like providing two billion and assistance to front line health workers and pushing safety measures that protect the vulnerable but also letter economy get back on its feet. But who is new Plotkin, Listening to Neil Plotkin remain silent, is writer smashed homes and businesses in Wauwatosa and even fired a gun into a Milwaukee police officers home? Maybe he's listening to his radical leftist allies who want to defund local cops and let vigilante mob's be judge and jury over police behavior. Maybe he's listening to the liberal governor of Illinois, an out of state millionaires who are bankrolling his campaign. One thing is certain New Plotkin isn't listening to us for friends of Alberta. Darling, you're listening to the Steves Graffiti Show on J. So we're up to Zeta Zeta Tropical storms. Zeta Has formed in the western Caribbean. Or Caribbean if you prefer yesterday morning, so the 2020 Atlantic season is now one named storm away from tying the record set back in 25. Dipped into the Greek alphabet. We went through all the names the regular names Alfa Beta Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta. The next one is data, right? That was all right. Keep an eye on that one. Tropical depression. Number 28 formed about 250 miles south southwest of the western tip of Cuba. Saturday. Early Sunday morning, Tropical depression 28 had further intensified officially becoming tropical Storm Zeta. 27th name Storm of the year. In the Atlantic. Not a but the good record to be setting. Okay. Got a few minutes left before we head out on a Monday. So you better believe we're gonna take a little time for this right?.
"plotkin" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"Take some time to chat about? Well, I do have a story whenever concluding note, which can feel free to editing somewhere I used to play racket ball and I injured my arm white, badly my forearm, and for some reason, the muscles. Forum don't have a lot of the nation they don't heal well on their own if you injure them a certain way and I went to the doctor went to the masseuse same story as I mentioned earlier with my foot, it just didn't get better and I went to the shame in me looked at it and he said, and it's going to take some time. So I spent a month there. I mean I was doing other things but the first thing he did was give me plants as an a a topical. He rubbed them on a lot of massage. gave me a drink. So it was internal as well, and then he said, okay, here's the problem. You have a bad relationship buried in that muscle. That's why your doctors can't heal it my ken. So I am going to chant and I'm going to remove those emotions. Because it'll just come back. So he did the chanting did the massage had drank the potion? Any said now here's the problem. would. Western medicine doesn't understand is when you have a bad injury, things will come back and attack that space. So some people. When they're nervous get stomach aches or or they get pimples or they can't sleep. He says when I need to do is put a Chamonix Patch over where the wound was as no more wound enough healed it. But I'm GonNa, put a patch so it never comes back. So when you have stress or when you're injured, it doesn't start hurting again. About thirteen years ago I'm still fine. That's an explanation and approach to healing which I've never heard from any physician and frankly I've never for many other shame but you know what my arm doesn't hurt. So many interesting questions I, love interesting questions you know I just WanNa make a quick side note because I realized I didn't answer it earlier I didn't explain it. You said Liana. Earlier that is. A VINE OR A. Wooden. Climbing plant that hangs from trees selling is divine would tarzan used to swing on it's what Iowa's goes. Yeah. Quite a cross section two. Beautiful looking beautiful looking vine. Not. So delicious looks better than a tastes. And you said, you had some closing comments. Recently. I was talking to a fellow trying to get some support for fighting cove in nineteen amongst the engines. People's the Amazon act would stand for I said. Get you done. That doesn't match. The acronym said his Amazon Conservation Team you WANNA mission statement. I. Got a mission statement. The point is we're in about accomplishing the goals partnering with peoples to protect their culture and their forest and the challenges never been greater in the age of Kovac Nineteen. Point being that Western medicine doesn't have all the answers. We don't have a cure for covid nineteen. We don't have a cure for coronavirus neither do they. But what we're able to do is bring to bear western knowledge and abilities and sanitation and technology like to the new dashboard to keep track of this and try and devise the means to keep it at bay as much as possible. The Future of conservation the future of the rainforest that future of into people's in my opinion isn't about microchip of versus the medicine man, it's both of them working. Together. It's about building bridges and building alliances in coming up with a new way of doing things a new way of living our lives, a new way of stewarding nature, and it takes boundary walkers whether it's the shame who come out of the rain forest to enlighten us with their wisdom or guys like you may who've announced the rainforest learn from them or people that have feet in different worlds or people are just opened to hearing other realities. Other modalities willing to try medicines are chanting frogs lime when Western medicine wasn't able to do the trick. So whether it is black lives matter whether is it about saving the rainforest? All of these cries should feed productively into a more positive place for all of us because conservation is not just about saving the rainforest conservation is not just about saving the Indians conservation is about saving ourselves as well. Mark we talk for many many more hours I hope to be that in person me too and this has been. Just a thoroughly enjoyable conversation and I really appreciate you taking the time I. Think this gives people a lot to chew on. They can find Amazon conservation team at Amazon Team Dot Org. They can find your personal website at the Plotkin dot com link to all of those in the show notes and people can find those tim up blog such podcasts and just search plotkin PLO T. K. I n.. And in behavioral come right up where you to search. Amazon and I'm sure also pop right up. This has been a blast. I really appreciate taking the time I enjoyed it at least as much as you to Tim. Well, this'll be this'll be round one, and hopefully we'll get around to set up in person might be at a socially appropriate distance. But td on that front and so many more questions. But I'll let those sit for now and thank you once again and to everyone listening be safe keep your mind open and if you can support if you have found benefit from the plants, the compounds that were describing I feel like it is at least for me a moral imperative and quite frankly it's also an existential imperative if you are consuming these plants for the compounds themselves to support these geographies these. Who have been the stewards of this technology these means of preparation administration for hundreds and thousands of years they're an easy way to do. That is to go to Amazon team dot org and see what opportunities exist doesn't need to be a lot of money. No, there are a lot of different causes. There are a lot of different pains and a lot of uncertainty at the moment, but as you said. Conservation is sort of the fabric upon which many of these other concerns rest and it's all encompassing in some respects. So I will say, thank you mark Dr, Mark Plotkin Mark Plotkin DOT COM definitely encourage people to take a look at tales of a Shaman's apprentice as well as the Amazon subtitle what everyone needs to know. And until next time. Thanks for listening. Hey, guys this is tim again, just a few more things before you take off number one this is five bullet Friday. Do you want to get a short email from me? Would you enjoy getting a short email from every Friday that provides a little more saw fun before the weekend and five Friday's very short email where I share the coolest things I've found that have been pondering over the week that could include favorite new albums that have discovered. It could include gizmos and gadgets and all sorts of Weird Shit that somehow dug up. In the world of the Esoteric as I do, it could include favorite. 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Science, Economics And Vaccines
"Dr Stanley Plotkin develop vaccines for some of the world's deadliest modern viruses. He's very familiar with the cost and the process of producing vaccines, and he says the process tends to be slow and ferry expensive developing vaccine is likely to cause something on the order of five hundred, million dollars five hundred, million dollars status is today's indicator five, hundred million dollars to get a vaccine Stanley, says. For drug companies and universities and labs that monumental cost is often one of the biggest obstacles to creating vaccine after all at the end of the process, you don't know if you ever will actually debt vaccine some viruses like HIV still don't have successful vaccines even after decades of trying and billions of dollars invested if covid nineteen vaccine can't be found or if it takes decades the social. Economic and cultural impacts would be devastating. So the White House has done something pretty unheard of it's created a plan called operation warp speed to try to speed up the vaccine process. The White House says it's already invested more than twelve billion dollars in the plan and how the plan works. The White House is basically created contracts with drug companies like Pfizer Novak's Moderna Therapeutics and AstraZeneca. Few others and those contracts promise these companies billions of dollars if they can get a vaccine ready to go and have a hundred million doses at the ready by the first part of next year with so much money being funneled toward the problem I'm wondering if that will do you think speed up the process of getting a vaccine or does it just take the time it takes or? It definitely speeds things up. Stanley says with a strong cash incentive like this and so much support companies can out a bunch of different tactics in their search for a vaccine. He says, there are more than a hundred different approaches that scientists know of, and they can try a bunch of them labs all over the world flooded with resources racing for vaccine that should help speed up the arrival of the vaccine at least that is the hope but that is as yet. a hope. Nothing nothing is certain is certain. if everything goes well. I think having a vaccine by the end of the year is not impossible, but it's based on everything going. Well, Stanley says even with all the money in the world getting a vaccine ready for the public quickly is really hard. The Rubella vaccine that he developed was a relatively quick process in terms of vaccines. It took him about two years to discover it to develop the vaccine itself, and then five years to tested and scale up the production of IT and just get to the market, and here's why for one thing it's a messy process. You have a biological problem It's a complicated process and there isn't any single wave. Doing that also, he says there are parts of the process that you cannot speed up no matter how much money you have Stanley says trials for vaccines for instance, typically take longer than trials for regular drugs because vaccines will be used on much larger swath of the population. So you have to test the vaccine on all different kinds of people, different ages, ethnicities, people with different underlying health conditions, and that typically means trials involving tens of thousands of people. Also, you have to give the vaccine time to work time to assess side effects. Many vaccines fail in this trial phase, and there is a danger in going too fast of course the. is to avoid making mistakes. While you're speeding up mistakes and research or in manufacturing the vaccine or in not taking enough time to test these things can have. Consequences he says in the nineteen fifties, some batches of the polio vaccine created the contained an active virus the samples at past the safety tests yet thousands of people contracted polio from the vaccine dozens of people were paralyzed as a result Stanley says rushing vaccine is a balancing act between good science and good economics in you you yourself are working on a vaccine is that correct? Well, I know lawyer you know I'm I'm eighty eight years old I? No longer have a laboratory but I'm giving advice left and right so. I'm working in the a sense of giving advice. What kind of advice are you giving? What questions do people have at this stage which? Are Important what have you and responses one should be trying to get. What dosage? Interval between doses I mean the things that one learns with any vaccine. Are you taking dozens of calls like a week. I see why you have very limited time. I. Should let you go but I can't thank you enough for taking some of your precious time to talk with me. By by by conversation is over I, mean I would be hurt but like the man has lives to save, right? Oh. Yeah Oh. Yeah. Impressive Dude. Also fun fact Cardiff. He learned to fly a plane when he was seventy four and you don't do that kind of thing by spending all your time talking to journalists. The man is flying planes and saving the world. So he gets overpass
"plotkin" Discussed on Self Made Strategies
"So you're not being fully prepared I'm walking into a restaurant meeting someone in Bali Plotkin and then had everyone turn around and we'll get you in the room that takes a little getting used to. because. It's not your typical business meeting and sometimes you forget. Right that's a good point. Now, with these names that you will you've grown and evolved, you've grown evolved your client list fairly significantly, and as you said, you have a lot of military and leadership speakers, which is awesome. But you also have rightly coattail Br Brian Prop Mike quick, Ranjan Gorski lots of really notable Philadelphia athletes. How did you evolve? That was just a matter of being in the room with Mike Quick in the naturally you run into and meet some other people or or is it something that you know evolves more naturally because you're just putting yourself where those people are going to be how do you develop that? Where do you start if you're trying to meet a particular individual? Honestly it's very organic. I've never never had the need to really search someone out I. Really enjoyed working with everyone when we started the company. So would you lay that groundwork and I have to say what? Memorable in the. Field is that? Athletes can very quickly detect when they're someone who wants to get to know them because of their wow factor. So someone who's a huge sports fan and they just want to be around an athlete I look at people as a good product. The I need to make sure that my hiring client is getting what they are hiring this person to do. So the fact that I. Probably come off a bit different than most of the people who want to get to know them that really stands out but I guess the biggest thing that makes me stand out is that here's the big secret. I'm not a sports fan. So I think that's what surprises us. Of course you're not going to be all a starstruck when you meet them right in that's going to help your situation. Yes, and So when you said before your question, what are some of the most embarrassing things among lack of knowledge of sports that would probably be with L. doubt is women meet someone and they're talking about the professional career I have to say I know but you do take the transparent approach right I hear that in your story that you're just GONNA walk up to them and say look I necessarily know how many touchdown catches you've had Mike quick or how many touch downs you've thrown around your ski but I'd love you as a figure on stage I love your stage presence and I'd love to represent US ed more or less your approach. It's really word of mouth. So Helen that Roger were ski was I had met and I honestly have to search to figure out health even started. When am I have I start this sentence all the time one of my favorite clients they're all my favor clients Kevin Reilly. Kevin Riley is one of..
"plotkin" Discussed on Self Made Strategies
"Full transparency and what makes my agency unique in the industry is that we only represent people we know so. Started with my Larkin and then might quick, and as we bill every person that we represented, we sit down, we get to know them we find out what their strengths and weaknesses are as a speaker, and once you get a feel for who they are and you understand their stories. Then it's so exciting to able to help them find. Right Group to share that story. Very. Very cool. Okay. So now let's talk about experiential marketing and how you've overlapped that experience marketing is basically combining brands and experiences so that people can interact with the brand in the real world. So to speak right and now that's transitioned a bit online as well. But generally speaking that term means I l. in real life, right. So how do you go from representing individuals who have a public persona like athletes or like radio personnel or TV personnel and create an experiential marketing program around that? What would you do and and how did that develop? Sure. Well, you know treat home and Post Cova, nineteen. So March twenty, twenty, mid March twenty twenty, those are two very different answers to the same question. So in the past, just knowing where my speakers were the best fit, some do great with small groups. So it's really value added appearances maybe a dinner intimate dinner of ten people. Were you're spending time with an athlete who I know is going to be able to connect with the people at the table there's others that have a story. Great, you can put three thousand people in a room, give them a microphone and a spotlight and backs when they're going to shine. So right there being able to have that experience knowing what their energy is, what they're passionate that they speak upon and knowing how they connect with people and what type of groups they connect with. That alone isn't experience and as I've said, many times. We could be sharing a same story, but hearing it from someone who played in the NFL or NHL in when Stanley Cup is going to be completely different and more engaging than molly. PLOTKIN was to share that same story. Right, exactly. A lot of your public speakers are really really notable Philadelphians but also notable. Athletes. Ron Wars Ski, for example, Riley coattail formerly.
"plotkin" Discussed on Self Made Strategies
"Inclusion and leadership speakers with an expansion of services offered they came up with a new name new website and a renewed passion for what they do. Whether, it's a kickoff meeting that needs some spark a conference that needs a keynote speaker, a virtual program in need of engaged in engaging leadership expert or a team in need of some wellness training. Molly Plotkin. Group is there to help here for your listening pleasure or the self-made strategies of Molly Plotkin Hey, molly. How are you? Married returnee. Thank you so much for having me on today. Thanks for joining us. This is really cool. Thank you for coming on. Obviously, you're joining US remotely were still obeying social distancing waters and we appreciate your time. This is also being recorded via zoom to be posted to youtube as well. So those of you who are listening can now follow self-made strategies on Youtube and we'll soon have video page up as well. So you. Can See Molly in the flesh remotely of course but thanks again for joining us. So walk us back. You started in two thousand and four. You've been around for seventeen years with Molly plotkin group I not gone through some iterations, but tell us about the very beginning. so you decide that you are going to start this one stop sports. Marketing Agency focused specifically on Athlete appearances and keynotes. How did you get your first client? Sure. Honestly, it's a very serendipitous story. It's one of those where you say you can't believe it's true but it is. At, the time I was helping someone in the finance industry with their marketing. Bottom line is we were thinking how do you think clients in way that different in will be that something unique I did something they can i? Came up with the idea unique. Areas. So experiential brand marketing is all the rage right now but go back fifteen, sixteen years ago. No one was really talking about that. So it was along those lines that while talking to this person, one of their clients was a huge sports fan. So at the time, I had met the wife of a local area sports caster and hit simply said to her who runs the agency that represents athletes. So in Philadelphia such sports town, where do we go if we're looking to connect with alumni athletes someone who? Maybe? A legend but they played twenty years ago. For private dinner something along the lines. She said there isn't one and I said, well, there should be. and. Honest to goodness the next day. I thought. Why not no one's doing it. This is the time. So she and I actually became business partners and we ran the company together for three years. How really started was I represented one person And it was Michael Barkin so I was representing Michael. About three weeks into representing him, the Eagles win the playoffs for the first time in forever many years and as he's on the air now we've got two weeks before they go to Jacksonville. I simply texted him and I said, this is back when texting A. B. C. You have to. Attack A. Message we've been waiting for the phone to terrain if anyone was looking for sports caster..
"plotkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dr. Stanley Plotkin is one of the few people who has developed a vaccine when he led the effort in the 19 sixties to eradicate rubella. He is now professor emeritus of pediatrics at the Perlman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. I asked Dr Plotkin based on his experience developing rubella and other vaccines. What may be applicable to the search for the Corona virus vaccine. Well, probably the right answer is not much For a number of reasons. So one obviously is the urgency on DH. But second is the number of companies On biotechs trying to develop a vaccine. On the third point is that fortunately we have much more ways of developing vaccines then we did back in the 19 sixties. And that's why one sees today these numerous efforts to develop a vaccine because they were different strategies, different platforms as we call them. To develop vaccines. Does that give you some hope, at least hope that in fact, this might take less time than earlier vaccines have taken Well, A lot of us, of course, realised the urgency of developing a vaccine. Because just like the black plague Ah, this is destroying society, causing much. Besides immortality through the disease, it's it's having an effect on civil society that we haven't seen for atleast for 100 years. And as I said, resembling, in in a way, the plague So, yes, I think this is a new situation. And the what I'm happy about is that all hands are on deck. The vaccine community has really responded for this urgency there certain aspects of this development that simply cannot be rushed and particularly talking about sort of clinical trials in the field. As I understand it after initial trials with loaded number of people, then you have to go out. To a large number of people in various places. Well, that's true and for a licence. Ultimately, that will be necessary. That is for a licence vaccine where vaccines To be used indiscriminately That is to say in a ll kinds of different populations. That being said, Uh, I I and some others have been pushing for whether cool human challenge studies. To try to accelerate the availability of vaccines for emergency use. That would mean testing in people who are exposed to the virus. Teo determine whether or not the particular vaccines will protect or not, which, of course, is the critical question. In fact, as I understand it, doctor we don't really know. Even if people have had the disease and recovered from we're not sure if they have immunity. If so, how powerful is how long it will last That is correct. And that's another reason for testing people who have had the infection to determine if they are immune or not. Well, what about the international competition for that? Is this a healthy thing? We have AstraZeneca We've got. Johnson and Johnson. We've got many different candidates going here. Is that the way to develop this most effectively? Well, I think the answer is yes. Obviously there will be problems in the future if we are need to vaccinate. 7.5 1,000,000,000 people. On DH. If the vaccine let's say need to those whose instead of one that's something that's never been done before. So we really need on international agreements as tohave, a producer. That kind of volume of vaccines. Unfortunately, though, as I said, there are many different strategies being used, and I I hope I would anticipate that there will be more than one or two vaccines that are showing to protect and therefore It could be produced on a large scale, one of the raging issues. I think that's not an overstatement right now in the country is the return of school Children to classrooms. President Trump's certainly wants that at the same time, we have very school districts were very reluctant, or basically decided they'll go just remote. From what you know of this disease at this point. Is it safe? To send Children back in the classroom without a vaccine. I think it would be very unwise to do that, and the reasons are that Children can be infected. They can be made ill even though the rate is much lower. Then an older people, But in addition, they will infect other people, even particularly if they're asymptomatic. They will pass the virus between them. B that is from child child and Children going home to their parents will inevitably infect their parents or their grand parents. On it will just promote Thie epidemic promote the continuation of the epidemic. So I would not be in favor of that happening. One of the things that we may be seeing, and I say, may because it may be premature to say this Is a change in the mortality rate of people contracting this disease and that maybe because treatment's better whether it's from death, severe promenading people putting on their stomach and their chest. Things like that is the do you think the virus is changing? Are we changing our reaction to it? And should that give us some cause for hope? Even short of vaccine. I mean the evidence for virus change. Aside from a few mutations here and there a cz I would say really next, negligible it it. It doesn't appear that this is a virus like influenza that changes dramatically even during One winter season, so this virus is more stable genetically, So I don't think that's the issue. I think the issue is That physicians are better. Treating people with the disease managing.
Checking on Friends in New York and Italy
"Let's start today's travel through exterior with a call to our friend, Fred Plotkin in New, York City his work on Italian. Cuisine and opera earned him special honor from the Italian government a few years ago. But like the rest of us, he's staying home and Haton Intel. The risk of infection improves. Giorno Fred. Great to be with you wherever you are, Rick. You Fred first of all you call yourself a pleasure activist, I love that term, and it sort of reminding me of your passion for Opera Your Passion for Italy your passion for cooking, and all the lecturing and writing and work you do. Turn people under those joys of life. How was your life like right now in new? York City I'm in the thick of it. In terms of what the epicenter has been in New York. And my philosophy became at the very beginning better six feet apart than six feet under so I've been very very responsible as I encourage everyone to be if people can get to the plays in world, wars and pandemics, the vast. We need to learn from what people did. Or didn't do and that's sustenance to me to study the past at times like this. Because otherwise we feel abandoned. The past there to teach us, and so I've been reading I've been studying I've used the opportunity to begin to work on a book. I've been wanting to write for years, but haven't had the time. Time is a gift. We need to use it very very well, and I tried to. And I've been reminding myself and my friends that rather than spinner wheels and try to do something. We can't do during this period. Find a way to make it a constructive time and a blessing when you think about your passions opera for instance to me I am so saddened by the notion that one of the most dangerous things. This time is being acquire because the worst way to. To spread this virus is by singing with Gusto, making a joyous sound that depresses me frankly that choirs could be deadly now I have to see them in these checkerboards zoom world singing solo right now and you know I have many opera singer friends who are very dear friends of mine, and I feel for them terribly some of the managing and they sing, and they practice, and they steady new music, but others feel that without the sound of applause in the presence of colleagues. It's not their work and my feeling is always been that when we go into a feeder or church where people are seeing where. Action happens and air shared. Is that sharing of the air the electronic current that happens between humans? That's a huge part of. Our experience at alive theater as a communal setting and something that virtual technology just cannot replicate I never. An opera on the radio or on video and operates a report from an Opera House. But I'm not saying. These things are bad and right now I, certainly enjoying audio operas well but communal gathering. Is something fundamental. You talked about the sharing of air I never thought about that, but I've been thinking about it without knowing it. It's the sort of a communion of course when pastors are struggling with. How can we be together at church if you can't have the sharing of the peace or communion or fellowship or singing? There's no sharing of air and when you go to a pub, you want to share that air when you go to a theater when I give a lecture I want the house packed. It's the sharing of the air, and that's going to be an adjustment for us, and we can hope and pray it will come back, but in the interim we can be singing solo and doing it in a community kind of way. I. Suppose think of the word inspiration. That's where that comes from. It's about breathing together. We do breathe together. I I WANNA make a point to that New York City during the complete lockdown. was incredibly quiet and I heard birds and all kinds of things. I did normally here and frankly the air was much. Cleaner city has slowly begun to try to read self up again. The air is kidding dirtier. This is the place you're activists in me that I'm very sensitive to these things. And although I would not wish on anyone what we've been through nonetheless. I wish we could learn that. There are ways to keep the air cleaner
"plotkin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Stand down Fred Plotkin has more on the Iranian response for the U. S. is saying that there were electronic counter measures that essentially jammed the real droning calls that to crash this was apparently done by marines were on board the USS box of course is an amphibious ship that does have a lot of marines on board but actually for the first time I've got a denial from the Iran in specifically to what president trump said says the top spokesman for Iran's military saying contrary to trump's delusional and groundless claims all drones dilute belonging to the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Persian Gulf and the street of promos including the one mentioned by the U. S. president have returned to their bases safe and sound after carrying out surveillance operations of the runs for the first time acknowledging that this took place and the knowledge that they were flying a drone in the vicinity of the USS boxer again of course the strait of four moves we've seen some massive incidents there over the past couple of months tankers that were attacked the U. S. blaming that on the Iranians the Iranian saying that it wasn't them and then of course you had that incident where the Iranians shot down an American a surveillance drone claiming that that was in their air space the you of a US of course continues to say it wasn't international airspace and now the Iranian revolutionary guard pouring more oil onto the flames are saying that they believe that the U. S. every time they go into the Persian Gulf feel they're going into hell and every time the U. S. leaves they feel that they are leaving held Fred fly can reporting nine minutes after the hour president trump distances himself from those who chanted send her back at a campaign rally this week correspondent Linda Kenyan has that story this is what happened at the rally in Greenville North Carolina as the president spoke about L. Han marked the Minnesota congresswoman who has been an outspoken opponent of the president Omar came to this country as a refugee from Somalia and this.
In Face-Off With Iran, Escalation May Depend on Who Prevails Inside Washington and Tehran
"What's next in the Gulf, China bows to pressure? I'm Christopher cruise. It's a tense time in the Gulf of Oman after attacks this week onto oil tankers near the strait of Hormuz, President Trump lanes Iran for the attacks. And he's hoping that indirect threats will force Iran to meet with western negotiators. Correspondent Frederick pike Plotkin his in Tehran this morning, Iranians are the cues the US of fanning the planes of that situation. They've continuously so that they don't want an escalation of situation. But if there is an escalation that they would obviously be ready for the Pentagon continues to date plans to increase its presence in the Persian Gulf if
U.S. imposes more sanctions on Iran, Tehran decries 'bullying'
"At midnight eastern time, the US reimposed the sanctions on Iran that lifted under the twenty-fifth Iran nuclear deal, the one President Trump pulled the US out of correspondent, Fred Plotkin is in Tehran, where he sees Iranians worried about the impact you have a lot of people who are extremely concerned here in Iran about those sanctions, the economy here already very much in a tailspin, and if that oil revenue even a lot of it all the way, many people here fear, what the you distant future might bring for this nations of the finances. Here already in
Nick Haig, Fred Plotkin and Chinon discussed on America's Morning News
"Says a recovery team has reached an American astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut, and they're okay, they were forced to make an emergency landing this morning after the Russian booster rocket, sending them off to the international space station failed. Fred Plotkin reports on what went wrong, this rocket took off with Nick Haig, the American astronaut and the Russian asked her out Alexei of Chinon. I would say about three minutes a little less than three minutes into the flight. It was the second stage of the us booster rocket. That seemed to have some sort of technical malfunction the capsule took a hard parachute landing somewhere in Kazakhstan. The crew is out of the capsule and in good
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"A second day of tearful reunions for Korean families have been separated for decades hundreds of, family members back together for the first. Time since they were torn apart during, the Korean war and their country was divided into north and
Early returns show Putin re-elected in a landslide tainted by fraud
"Putin for president the russia probe i'm anne cates exit polls show vladimir putin has nabbed three quarters of the votes of the russian presidential election today correspondent frederik plotkin says there were other candidates on the ballot seven people running against ladimir putin it seems as though the closest runnerup at this point he's at around eleven percent so from what we can see so far it seems pretty much assured that latimer putin is going to spend another six years in office as the russian president the president is attacking the fbi and special counsel robert muller after his personal attorney called for an end to the probe into russian meddling in the election and any trump campaign ties to moscow senate minority whip dick durbin tells fox news sunday that president trump is straying into dangerous territory is president is engaged in desperate and reckless conduct to intimidate the law enforcement agencies in this country and to try to stop the special counsel that is unacceptable in a democracy ousted fbi deputy director andrew mccabe is mulling a new position congressman mark poke and says he's offered to hire mccabe to work on election security something the wisconsin democrat says is a legit job and seth moulton of massachusetts also a democrat tweeted saturday that he'd consider giving mccabe job saying his district would benefit from the wisdom and talent of such an experienced public servant it's not clear how long they've been affect as mccabe only needs a couple of days on a federal job to qualify for his full pension a spokeswoman for mccabe didn't immediately rule out the idea but said they're considering all options richard johnson washington after days of digging through nine hundred fifty tons of steel and concrete authorities say the remains of all six victims of the pedestrian bridge collapsed in florida have been recovered rescuers have worked day and night to extract the victims and mangled cars after the pedestrian bridge which was under construction crumbled last thursday near florida international university miami i'm ann cates.