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Three ways to implement interfaith dialogue from top official of UNs inclusivity wing

UN News

05:04 min | 10 months ago

Three ways to implement interfaith dialogue from top official of UNs inclusivity wing

"This is Natalie Hutchinson with you and news global communication understanding the value of religious freedom and a solid framework are all key in better protecting religious sites writes. That's from Miguel Moratinos High Representative for the United Nations Alliance of Civilisations U. N. referencing a Thursday announcement of a new plan to counter hate and violence around the globe he said that the main objectives are to raise awareness of the importance of religious sites and human spirituality and certainly it offers concrete ways that countries can come together to help achieve this. Mr Modena's spoke to you a newses Pascal Sim about UNCO Aziz approach to implementing the changes what I think of these action plan to safeguard release site the main objective choose to raise awareness of the public opinion about the importance of religious about imports and overly just city of speed the Detroit but a part of that we have of course identify a lot of recommendation Tara dressed to I'm Tony United entities. We have some recommendations on how the UN have to to to adopt some important step by tortured to member state governments also of course we have to address or religiously the society media and the private sector and I think the three main objectives that are going to be the one who are going to trigger the action of the of the plan is I is to really try to have a global communication plan in the to really get this semester of regard told the society that everybody seems the primary school to the jump people but also autour the whole society understand importance over DC shoes of important having places that you can go and Sergio Gripe to pray peace and safety and then sit con men recommendation is to have a mapping how to identify what are these for these aside how we are going to make the breakdown of the importance of certain site for study point-of-view for symbolic interview and finally we would prefer a conference a Global Conference Asami that for first time the leaders religious was legal and political leaders and she was so tired we'd be together. We are now going to have a very timely. Liam very important the the sightsee conference of Sammy Tha about climate change while we want for two to twenty twenty you too have a similar framework in order to address these issues and how will you be able to all countries accountable to actually act on the plane while governments are going to be the one who share a have the primary responsibility they are the ones who have to did they have some of them already some national strategy on really implement team. Bartok the recomendation. We had about some of the new recommendations they should they. They know they have not been informed about them so we can come with certain reporters and advice in other that they can't ameliorate and improve the way to examine the risk of threats how alert artem well or certain thread that can come to to decide how we involve everybody together. You know to really contact to save displaces so I think gover governments member state are the ones who have the main responsibility the by the UN and the UN or see I mean the United Nations of decision would be the one who could provide certain recommendation advice and support in order to implement the plan and how quickly do you hope effective changes can be made to religious. I think timers over for essence you know we cannot wait for goal to starting prevent the plan so we'd be very active and it is going to be a panel sequence. No we will reaping things adapt you know recommendation poteen developing in these action plan that can't really facilitate implementation process but at the same time we're trying to really come with concrete to support the twelve orient to mitigate this kind of act.

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"poteen" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"But sometimes it's plagues us in society, when we see things like ice cream and pizza. They can really make us will not make us but they can it's easier for us to overeat on those foods. Right. This is a very interesting concept that in nature. Fat and carbs are pretty scarce. Poteen is pretty easy to obtain nature. And people may debate me on that. But I think that it's we were talking about this before the podcast a little bit. There was a great question asked if you look in nature, and I believe that humans run on carbs or fat. That's the fuel for the human vehicle. It's the protein that's the building blocks. And if you look into nature, there's a lot of protein, you can get a snake you can get a fish. You can get a small animal. You get a squirrel. You get a mouse bird, not a lot of carbohydrates in nature, not a lot of fat in nature. Those are the key nutrients that we need, and that we've needed Volusia narrowly to survive as humans, and I think that, that's why we're programmed to treasure those or to respond to those in a very positive way in our foods. This can work against us in nature, fat and carbohydrates. Almost never occur together except in breast milk, which makes sense. When a baby is born, it's uniquely vulnerable, and it uniquely needs to gain weight as quickly as possible. Now, I think that if you look at a lot of junk food, in our diets, these days, it's a mimic of breast milk. It's fat and carbohydrate together, whether it's a Donut whether it's ice cream, whether it's a candy bar, it's a breast milk mimic. And that's short circuits that really hacks into our society mechanisms in a negative way and makes it basically impossible to stop eating that you could also say dairy, I mean regular dairy milk yogurt. It's fat, and it's carbohydrates together that is uniquely difficult for humans to stop eating and companies know this. I like that. You mentioned yogurt because runs into the area of like kind of fake health where, you know, we're sold all mascot calcium's got protein to Greek yogurt. What are some of the problems with that? It's still has carbohydrates. I mean, there's lactose in Greek yogurt even the Greek yogurt that doesn't have any sugar has enough carbohydrates to kind of trigger that mechanism in our brain. It's pretty hard to stop eating. Now the protein in Greek yogurt the calcium in Greek yogurt. Those are good things, but. I think it's important people to realize that different foods can make it, you know, can trigger our society mechanisms in different ways for just eating fat together. If we're just eating fat it's going to be more say sheeting than if we fat and carbs. And like you said, totally correctly, if you eat carbohydrates with protein, it's gonna make that protein way harder to stop eating. This is what ribs, you know, this is what we go to barbecue. It's like sugar on meet, you know, it makes it really hard, separating fried chicken. That's carbohydrates. And protein, so it changes the equation in our brain that never happens in nature were not adapted to that. We're not adapt to that. And it's a pretty dangerous thing for humans and from a perspective of wanting to get really big. It's great. You'll get really big if you're doing a ton of weight, and you're lifting a lot of muscle, if you're lifting weights, you'll probably make a lot of that big in the muscle. If you're not doing that you're gonna make a lot of that big in adipose tissue. And that's going to bring with it. A lot of the metabolic consequence that we see for people while it an athlete one. Get rid of carbohydrates. Do you think that, you know, maybe like burning fat and using fat as fuel sources may be safer or healthier, something like that? I do. I think it's much more clean-burning. We could think of it like a hybrid vehicle or like a an electric vehicle. You know, it's a tesla and the implications of it long term. I think are we need to look like I kinda mentioned earlier this gets into some Esa, teric Kitone physiology in the way, the human body looks, but the human body looks very different bio, chemically when we are burning fat versus carbohydrates. I think fat has been shown to be less. Oxidative Lee stressful that is processed differently. In the mitochondria fat affects our EPA genetics. So this is the way we turn genes.

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"poteen" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"They were just using all the data that they had a valuable coming from all of the batteries in these buses, and they were ingesting something more than a trillion data points, and they were building machine owning model and hear the question was code. I find signals in the. Data that will indicate that one of my batteries will break down because they had measured all of this information stored and never something rent broke down. They could go back and see this. And they were able by just asking that question and using a lot of data to build models which could predict four weeks in advance. If one of these sub cells in their batteries, which bike down and think about the impact the means is now they have installed this now on all of these buses, and that means full weeks before something would go wrong. They get a signal and can say, oh, great be better schedule, something whenever the buses in the depot, that's a very tangible outcome that you can have or there's another company pent their Peres af as filtration company, they build filtration systems for both professional areas like beauty brewing, but also for fish farming at they were telling me about one of their biggest problems that they tried to solve. And they're saying is this really big issue for you mankind, which is called. The putting challenge there's even a UN program, which I call it. It's called the twenty forty Poteen challenge where they figured out that in twenty years from now two thousand forty they will be roughly two billion more people on this planet. Then today we go from seven to nine billion. But unfortunately, more than one and a half billion then will not have enough Poteen to eat on a single day basis. Which is you mangas problem another saying is, and if you would try to feed them with standard Mead, the meat production capabilities are incapable of of getting there. So one of the potential solutions for them. It's fish-farming because apparently fish-farming is one of the best contenders and closed through chain because it's there's much more yield. And excuse me, if I use the word yield with fish about how do you get out of this? And then they are trying to build with with their customers really really big fish farms think about size of airplane hangars, and you can imagine if you have millions of fish in such a big. Type of aquarium something goes just lightly wrong and Jeff epidemic, and there are millions of fish that's catastrophic. So they are now building systems and instruments the pumps and the filtration systems and the water just to see. Okay. Can I sample and get all of the information from chemical content situation, creating temperature salt imagine, everything you can think of and feeding into understanding how to handle those systems so that can build sustainable fish farming to solving one of the bigger greater humanity problems, which is world hunger. So visual unthinkable because you could not do this human beings because the data that comes is to bake. You cannot just stare at it understand it regrets. Even so far and saying is you know, what when you have look at those fish from the sidelines. They have all of this funny patterns on the side of fish and icon Fisher parts, but they said if they use cameras and use machine learning because it's like, oh, a thumbnail print fish can be identified by their parents, and they have no machine. Means learning models, which no you can look at fish, and you can identify an individual fish out of millions and can see how this vicious developing over time. And when they are at a certain stage, and when they are right for harvesting..

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"poteen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

14:00 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dr topper. I am honored that you're with us today. This is really a major throw for me. Well, thank you for having me. It's my pleasure. Chatting with you today. Also, very important. Well, you have. And as we go through the scenario set up, you really do have the expertise that so many veterinarians are aware of. But we don't do it ourselves. You've done a little bit of everything that it's so great to see the veterinarians is I know I think people are becoming more aware or involved in so many aspects of that one world one health one medicine philosophy. We really do all have to work together. So let me sit up the scenario. All right. So scenario a woman, let's call her. Missy she lives in a small town in Montana this morning. She's nudged awake by her cat, Lucy sneezing interface breakfast, and she wants it. Now. Little does this feline not on the way to work MRIs dropping. Her off the veterinary clinic to investigate the sneezing. That's getting worse. The dog in the house Zoe is also sneezing and she was doing it about a week ago and seemed under the weather, but it's better now interesting when a kids is also suffering from. Flu like symptoms. They related as Missy drives past one of the factories on the outskirts of town. She crosses over one of the several rivers that traverse the area. She remembers her recent conversation, she had with a neighbor. He was complaining that the trout fishing. Just wasn't as good as you. Remember as a kid growing up here? Missy also realizes that she isn't seen as many bald eagles flying overhead on her morning drive. Could they be related? She arrives at the medical office where she works and check the list of today's patients, she's a nurse at an ecology practice. Missy classes at our guest in spies journal. She's been meaning to read it with an article discussing something about dogs and kids having bone cancer. Could they be related before? Hain Homer mom stops at the market for some goodies for dinner spinach for salad, maybe hamburger or chicken. What was that story? She heard on NPR about mad cow disease avian flu one last task rent a movie for the evenings. Entertainment outbreak, a fictional story about a monkey spreading a deadly viral disease arena Hollywood or is it. Okay. So a lot to cover. But I think you can do it Dr topper. So let's start off with this kitty that sneezing in MRIs face. And then the dog was sick. And the kids have the flu are they related? Well, it's a very very rare possibility that they are related the kitty most likely has a viral disease that is causing her sneezing or she could have become irritated by something new in the house that is causing hurts. This news just like the dog, depending on what it stays in for could have similar things. There is a disease of dogs out there called canine influenza, it has been experimentally transmit. Two cats. I believe, but I don't think they as any workout there or any articles that have shown has been naturally transmitted to cats or two people it's distinct from human Slough, and it typically actually the dogs act like they do have symptoms similar to people. They will be lethargic a fever, but it's typically self limiting and only if it does develop into worst side similar to a person, you know, if they developed a pneumonia or just get sicker, and sicker than you know, it becomes less self limit Nadine in dog, and we will probably need to take more aggressive therapy actions with that. But he's a good idea to keep your vaccinated. Correct. Well, it is there is a vaccine for canine influenza, they are vaccines against feline respiratory diseases. So yes, it's always a good thing to vaccinate your animals and no children them calmly. Preventable. Diseases. Awesome. All right. So one of the things I noticed going to the Avia may website. And I love it. Because there are so many different alerts that I would not be aware of otherwise is the fact that a lot of people a lot of my clients like feeding raw foods. Veterinarians do get involved in nutrition. What's the viewpoint of the ADMA on feeding raw foods? Well, navy may does have a policy that discourages the CD two cats and dogs animal source Poteen has not been I subject to the processes that will help eliminate pathogens and such as cooking or pasteurisation through application of heat because you know, that will prevent the risk of illness two cats and dogs as well as humid, you know, if this animal source protein touches beef. Oh tree, pork, fish eggs. If they are not properly process, then we all run the risk of being exposed to things like apathetic bacteria, such as salmonella are cancelled b-actor custody or or e-coli or things like that. So just you know, when they have to be handled, and then if they're not properly stored then, you know, both the animals and the human who was preparing that can be exposed to these diseases. Unnecessarily? I know I have so many of my clients who want to make their own food. Maybe not even a raw, and they fix, you know, at this a little pasta and maybe some vegetables, but it is such a difficult task to really balance a diet for a cat or dog. So I always tell them if you want to try to make homemade cooking seek the services at the board, certified veterinary nutritionist, and there are those out there and services that if you wanna make your own food, you can do it, but yet the proper formulation. So you're not going to put your pet at risk for long term problems because you're missing certain nutrients. Yes, I definitely agree with you. We know there are some nutrients that are absolutely critic. Nicole, especially two cats, and they're said, they tune our raw tuna diet that can be very detrimental to their health. But like you have is your clients if they do prepare food that it should be, and it should not be raw, and that they should take adequate precautions, you know, on a daily basis, even if you do the commercial food to you know, wash up the pets bowls routinely with hot soapy water, just as you take care of your own dishes. So to prevent any spread of disease spread of diseases. Let's now is he was driving over those rivers and seeing less eagles. And the guy was complaining about less trout. How're veterinarians involved with keeping trout in the streams well for sure there are a lot of veterinarians evolved with aqua- that in medicine, so they do deal with the care of fish and other aqua aquatic wild. Vice there a veterinarian who were engaged in protecting the environment, and they work with the Environmental Protection Agency a national level. They would work with other organizations. So you know, we know that run off can cause problems in streams. So we know that as Roger animal production facilities are most definitely involved with trying to prevent any of the runoff to enter the what's her supplies. So veterinarians are involved with all those things protecting it. And then also moving away from the tissue and into the other advice, you know, veterinarians or involved with Trower wildlife and consulting work with the wildlife agencies both at the national and state levels to help protect the wildlife. It is out there. So they can be can prosper. Enjoy by off. It's such a fine line sometimes between trying to get. Rid of some of the large predators. You think all these cute little bunnies? The bunny out there. But then you have the coyotes in the coyotes are destroying all the bunnies. And yes, they're eating our cats and dogs were not keeping the doors and being safe. There's a real fine balance between predator and prey and oftentimes the well-meaning people get in the way such as Yellowstone many years ago getting rid of all the wolves. But now they've been reintroduced in veterinarians being involved in the process. It's really helped the ecosystem there hasn't it? Yes. It has. I mean, your listeners can go out there and probably find a a story that relates the entire thing with the introduction woes where it even talks about how they change the movement of the river, and how the beavers had come back and everything. So right. Everything has a place in nature, and we tried to keep it at a balance as much as we can the other thing that was found interesting to talking about. How people can impact the environment is lime disease in New England. Hell the land use seems to have changed people moving into whenever they want that beautiful surroundings. They want that wild area. But people moving into there really has disrupted the tick population the deer and now people are more prone to getting lime disease and even the chronic wasting disease. It's happening in the western United States in some of the elk and hoof stock there, what's the relationship. Can you posit that well rhyme disease and chronic wasting disease are both diseases of animals, and in limes- case, it's also disease of people, but they're caused by two different things line disease is definitely transmitted? It's a sparky keyed bacterial infection that can affect both dogs and people in may have. Similar signs of lameness due to join formation while the chronic waiting. These has not been shown to be transmitted to people or other animals. It is called a transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, which is a pretty large word, but people may have heard of bovine spongiform encephalopathy when people were worried about eating contaminated ground beef that may have kicked pain nervous system. So the cow and that was how disease correct? Yeah. Correct. You're right. That's probably a better word for it. But they are while caused by similar size agents. They are not go back and forth between cals and the deer and elk the disease and deer in elk is a terrible disease where it just literally causes the animals to starve and waste away. And they can't eat or eat properly, and it is causing a problem with a Herge out there. But it is not transmissible to people in all the experiments have been done. However because nothing is a certainty if people are consuming meat from an animal that has been hunted with that disease. Again, it's probably best if they do not consume nervous tissue the spleen or the lifts knows. But those are usually not common cases of meat that are eating from that type of animal. All right. So now, she makes it to work and she works in college you practice cancer practice. And there was the journal about cancer in dogs in people, and I listened to the news, and you're not supposed to eat this because it can cause cancer you shouldn't drink now going to some of the major coffee producers coffee shops because there's ingredients in coffee that can give you cancer as I really, you know, how many gallons of this. Did they give a little mouse? I know with your background your in the veterinary corps, and you're involved in research and development on cancer in people and children. Now these are naturally occurring too. Heavy talk a little bit about this trans. Relational medicine of seeing one in being able to help another species. Well, in many instances, you know, the same diseases that are found in animals are also found in people wanna witches this osteo sarcoma. It's a common. Well, I'll use pathology terms. It's not uncommon double negatives where it's occasionally seen and and dogs and the treatment can be similar. They may have super progressions. We know that other types of cancers that can be seen in dogs. Also, can you see the people, you know, we use some of the treatments back and forth between them most of the drugs that are used in animals are those that have been used in people and veterinary oncologist trying to see if they are effective in dogs, as we do know that, you know, the metabolism of different drugs between people and animals is. Different. So there's not a under percent correlation. But people do work on them..

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"poteen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

15:51 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dr topper. I am honored that you're with us today. This is just really a major thrill for me. Well, thank you for having me. It's my pleasure. Chatting with you today on this. What I consider also a very important subject. Well, you have and as we go through the center, they're their setup. You really do have the expertise that so many veterinarians are aware of. But we don't do it ourselves. And you've done a little bit of everything that it's so great to see that veterinary is I know I think people are becoming more aware are involved in so many aspects of that one world one health one medicine philosophy. We really do all have to work together. So let me set up the scenario. All right. So scenario a woman, let's call her. Missy she lives in a small town in Montana this morning. She's nudged awake by her cat, Lucy sneezing interface, you want your breakfast, and she wants it now. Little does this feline not on the way to work MRIs dropping. Her off the veterinary clinic to investigate the sneezing. That's getting worse. The dog and a house Zoe is also sneezing inches doing it about a week ago and seemed under the weather, but it's better. Now interesting when kids is also suffering from flu like symptoms current baby related as Missy drives past one of the factories on the outskirts of town. She crosses over one of the several rivers that traverse the area. She remembers a recent conversation. She had with a neighbor. He was complaining that the trout fishing. Just wasn't as good as you. Remember as a kid growing up here? Missy also realizes that she isn't seen as many bald eagles flying overhead on her morning drive. Could they be related? She arrives at the medical office where she works and check the list of today's patients, she's a nurse at an ecology practice. Missy classes at our guest in spies journal. She's been meaning to read it with an article discussing something about dogs and kids having bone cancer. Could they be related before? Hain Homer mom stops in the market for some goodies for dinner spinach for salad, maybe hamburger or chicken. What was that story? She heard on NPR about mad cow disease avian flu one last task rent a movie for the evening's entertainment outbreak, a fictional story about a monkey spreading a deadly viral disease arena Hollywood or is it. Okay. So a lot to cover. But I think you can do it Dr topper. So let's start off with this kitty that sneezing in MRIs face. And then the dog was sick. And the kids have the flu related. Well, it's a very very rare possibility that they are related the kitty most likely has a viral disease that is causing her sneezing or she could have become just irritated by something. A new in the house that is collagen hurts news just like us the dog, depending on what it's amazing for could have similar things. There is a disease of dogs out there called canine influenza, it has been experimentally transmitted to cats I believe, but I don't think they as any workout there or any articles that have shown has been naturally transmitted to cats or two people it's distinct from human Slough, and it typically actually the dogs act like they do have symptoms similar to people. They will be Sergey. They have a fever. But it's typically limiting and only if it does develop into worst sides similar to a person, you know, if they develop a pneumonia or just get sicker, and sicker than you know, it becomes less self limit Nadine in dog, and you know. You probably need to take more aggressive therapy actions with that. Good idea to keep your tax innate. Correct. Well, it is. There is a vaccine for canine influenza, they are vaccines against you. Fine respiratory diseases. So yes, it's always a good thing to vaccinate your animals and children against calmly. Preventable. Diseases. Awesome. All right. So one of the things I noticed going to the Avia may website. And I love it. Because there are so many different alerts that I would not be aware of otherwise is the fact that a lot of people a lot of my clients like feeding raw foods. Veterinarians do get involved in nutrition. What's the viewpoint of the Avia may on feeding raw foods? Well navy? A does have a policy that discourages the CD two cats and dogs animal source Poteen Stockton, first subject to the processes that will help them emanate pathogen and such as cooking or pasteurisation through application of heat because you know, that's will prevent the risk of illness two cats and dogs as well. As humid, you know, if this animal. Source proteins such as beef, poultry, pork fish, Nokia eggs, if they are not properly process, then we all run the risk of being exposed to things like pathogenic bacteria such as salmonella cancelled b-actor custody or or E coli or things like that. So just you know, when they have to be handled, and then if they're not properly stored then, you know, both the animals and the human who was preparing that can be exposed to these diseases. Unnecessarily? I know I have so many of my clients who want to make their own food. Maybe not even a raw, and they fix, you know, at this a little pasta and maybe some vegetables, but it is such a difficult task to really balance a diet for a cat or dog. So I always tell them if you want to try to make homemade cooking seek the services at the board certified veterinary, nutritionists, and there are those out there and services that if you wanna make your own food, you can do it but get the proper formulation. So you're not going to put your pet at risk for long term problems because you're missing certain nutrients. Yes, I definitely agree with you. We know there are some nutrients that are absolutely critic. Nicole, especially two cats, and you know, they're fed they tuna or raw tuna diet that can be very detrimental to their health. But like you advise your clients if they do prepare food than it should be, and it should not be raw, and that they should take adequate precautions, you know, on a daily basis, even if you do fee commercial food to you know, wash up the pets bowls routinely with hot soapy water, just as you take care of your own dishes. So to prevent any spread of disease. Okay. Spread of diseases. Let's now is he was driving over those rivers and seeing less eagles. And the guy was complaining about less trout. How're veterinarians involved with keeping trout in the streams well for sure there are a lot of veterinarians evolve. With aqua veterinary medicine, so they do deal with the care of fish and other aqua aquatic wildlife. There are veterinarians who were engaged in protecting the environment. And they work with the Environmental Protection Agency that national level they would work with other organizations. So you know, we know that run off ten cause problems in streams. So we know that larger food animal production facilities are most definitely involved with trying to prevent any of the run off to enter the what's her supplies. So veterinarians are involved. With all those things protecting it. And then also moving away from the fish and into the other advice veterinarians or involved with chore wildlife and consult and work with the wildlife agencies both at the national and state levels to help protect the wildlife. It is out there. So they can be can prosper and be enjoy by off. It's such a fine line sometimes between trying to get rid of some of the large predators. You think all these cute little bunnies? The bunnies are out there. But then you have the coyotes in the coyotes, destroying all the bunnies. And yes, they're eating our cats and dogs were not keeping in the doors and being safe. There's a real fine balance between predator and prey and oftentimes the well-meaning people get in the way such as Yellowstone many years ago getting rid of all the wolves. But now they've been reintroduced in veterinarians being involved in the process, it's really helped the ecosystem. There hasn't it. Yes. It has. I mean, your listeners can go out there and probably find a a story that relates the entire thing with the introduction woes where Eden talks about how they change the movement of the river, and how the beavers had come back and everything there. So right. Everything has a place in nature, and we tried to keep it at a balanced as much as we can the other thing that was found interesting to talking about how people can impact the environment is lime disease in New England. How the land use seems to have changed people moving into whenever they want that beautiful surroundings. They want that wild area. But people moving into there really has disrupted the tick population the deer and now people are more prone to getting lime disease and even the chronic wasting disease. It's happening in the western United States in some of the elk and hoof stock there. What's the relationship? Can you posit that well rhyme disease and chronic wasting disease are both diseases of animals, and in limescale it's also disease of people, but they're caused by two different things line disease is definitely transmitted? It's a spire keyed bacterial infection that can affect both dogs and people in may have similar signs of lameness due to join us formation while the chronic waiting disease has not been shown to be transmitted to people or other animals. It is called a transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, which is a pretty large word, but people may have heard of bovine spongiform encephalopathy when people were worried about eating contaminated ground beef that may have. Contain nervous system. So the cow disease. Correct. Yeah. Correct. You're right. That's probably a better word for it. But they are while caused by similar size agents. They are not go back and forth between cals and the deer and elk the disease and deer and elk is a terrible disease where it just literally causes the animals to starve and waste away. And they can't slower each or he properly, and it is causing a problem with the herds out there, but it is not transmissible to people in all the experiments have been done. However because nothing is a certainty if people are consuming meat from an animal that has been hunted with that disease, again, it's probably best if they do not consume nervous tissue, the spleen or the lifts knows. But those are usually not. Common cases of meat that are eating from that type of animal. All right. So now, she makes it to work and she works in an uncommon practice a cancer practice. And there was the journal about cancer in dogs and people, and I listened to the news, and you're not supposed to eat this because it can cause cancer you shouldn't drink now going to some of the major coffee producers coffee shops because there's ingredients in coffee that can give you cancer as I really, you know, how many gallons of this did they give a little mouse. I know with your background your in the veterinary corps, and you were involved in research and development on cancer in people and children. Now, these are naturally occurring at love to heavy talk a little bit about this translational medicine a scene one and being able to help another species. Well, in many instances, you know, the same. Diseases that are found in animals are also found in people wanna witches this osteo sarcoma. It's a common. Well, how us pathology terms? It's not uncommon double negative where it's occasionally seen and and dogs and the treatment can be similar. They may have simple progressions. We know that other types of cancers that can be seen in dogs. Also can be seen in people. You know, we use some of the treatments back and forth between them most of the unconsciously drugs that are used in animals are those that have been used in people and veterinary oncologist or trying to see if they are effective in dogs, as we do know that, you know, the metabolism of different drugs between people and animals is different. So there's not under percent correlation. But people do work on them. And to see if they are effective. We know. That metabolic diseases people are also seen in animals with. No that diabetes is a common problem in dogs and cats and can be treated similar to how it's treated and people. I really don't usually have a big problem with a hyper cholesterol, like people do. So that may not be a major issue of cats cats frequently your hypothyroid, and you know, some of the treatments available such as radiation with is valuable treatments in both people and cats so all the research is done to on these different new drugs. You know, many of that is done on animals I because that's a requirement of US food and Drug administration. And so we can see if these are treatable and working in animals, and if they are then the center for veterinary medicine, if I animal drug producer is interested in that may be able to approve them for direct use animal. So it's it's a very long and engaged process. But both most animals and man will progress. And be able to benefits from all these different things. I find it fascinating. When I have a pet the cat that has an overactive thyroid. And I tell them that we're gonna have to do radioactive iodine. And they give me this look of all my goodness. My cat's going to glow in the dark, and I tell they do these people all the time as an outpatient procedure, really very safe, and it just put them at ease. They realize okay, they're experimenting on my cat. This is something that is tried and true and how when species can help the other.

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Pet Life Radio

15:57 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dr topper. I am honored that you're with us today. This is just really a major thrill for me. Well, thank you for having me. It's my pleasure to chatting with you today on this. That are also very important. Well, you have as we go through the scenario setup. You really do have the expertise that so many veterinarians are aware of. But we don't do it ourselves. You've done a little bit of everything that it's so great to see that veternarian is I know I think people are becoming more aware are involved in so many aspects of that one world one health one medicine philosophy. We really do all have to work together. So let me set up the scenario. All right. So scenario a woman, let's call her. Missy she lives in a small town in Montana this morning. She's nudged awake by her cat Lucy. Sneezing interface went to breakfast, and she wants it. Now. Little does this feline know that on the way to work MRIs dropping. Her off the veterinary clinic to investigate the sneezing. That's getting worse. The dog and a house Zoe is also sneezing. And she was doing it about a week ago and seemed under the weather, but it's better now interesting when a kid is also suffering from flu like symptoms cliff. They'd be related as Missy drives past one of the factories on the outskirts of town. She crosses over one of the several rivers that traverse the area. She remembers a recent conversation. She had with a neighbor. He was complaining that the trout fishing. Chest wasn't as good as you. Remember as a kid growing up here? Missy also realizes that. She isn't seen as many bald eagles flying overhead on her morning drive. Could they be related? She arrives at the medical office where she works and check the list of today's patients, she's a nurse at an ecology practice. Missy classes at our guest in spies journal, she'd been meaning to read it with an article discussing something about dogs and kids having bone cancer. Could they be related before? Hain Homer mom stops at the market for some goodies for dinner spinach for salad, maybe hamburger or chicken. What was that story? She heard. On NPR about mad cow disease avian flu when last task rent a movie for the evening's entertainment outbreak, a fictional story about a monkey spreading a deadly viral disease arena Hollywood or is it. Okay. So a lot to cover. But I think you can do it Dr topper. So let's start off with this kitty that sneezing in MRIs face. And then the dog was sick. And the kids have the flu are they related? Well, it's a very very rare possibility that they are related the kitty most likely has a viral disease that is causing her sneezing or she could have become just irritated by something new in the house that is causing purchase news just like us the dog, depending on what it sneezing for could have similar things there is a disease. Of dogs out there called canine influenza, it has been experimentally transmitted to cats I believe, but I don't think they as any workout there or any articles that have shown has been naturally transmitted to cats or two people it's distinct from human Slough, and it typically actually the dogs act like they do have symptoms similar to people. They will be lethargic a fever, but it's typically self-limiting and only if it does develop into worst signs. Similar to a person, you know, if they developed pneumonia or just get sicker, and sicker than you know, it becomes less self limit Nadine in dog, and we would probably need to take more aggressive therapy actions with that. Good idea to keep your pets vaccinated. Correct. Well, it is there is a vaccine for canine influenza, they are vaccines against you respiratory diseases. So yes, it's always a good thing to vaccinate your animals and children them calmly. Preventable. Diseases. Awesome. All right. So one of the things I noticed going to the Avia may website. And I love it. Because there are so many different alerts that I would not be aware of otherwise is the fact that a lot of people a lot of my clients like feeding raw foods. Veterinarians do get involved in nutrition. What's the viewpoint of the may on feeding raw foods? Well, navy, and they does have a policy that discourages the CD two cats and dogs animal source Poteen has not been I, you know, subject to the processes that will help them emanate pathogen and such as cooking. Or pasteurisation through application of heat because you know, that's will prevent the risk of illness two cats and dogs as well. As humid, you know, if this animal source Poteen touches beef, poultry, pork fish, Nokia eggs, if they are not properly process, then we all run the risk of being exposed to things like after genyk bacteria such as salmonella or cancelled b-actor Costra gear or in coal or things like that. So just you know, when they have to be handled, and then if they're not properly stored then, you know, both the animals and the human who was preparing that can be exposed to these diseases. Unnecessarily? I know I have so many of my clients who want to make their own food. Maybe not even a raw, and they fix, you know, at a little this a little pasta, and maybe some vegetables such a. Difficult task to really balance a diet for a cat or a dog. So I always tell them if you want to try to make homemade cooking seat the services at the board, certified veterinary nutritionist, and there are those out there and services that if you wanna make your own food, you can do it but get the proper formulation. So you're not going to put your pet at risk for long term problems because you're missing certain nutrients. Yes, I definitely agree with you. We know there are some nutrients that are absolutely critical especially to cats, and they're said they tuna or rawal tuna diet that can be very detrimental to their health. But like, you vise your clients if they do prepare food than it should be, and it should not be raw, and that they should take adequate precautions, you know, on a daily basis he and if you do the commercial food to wash up the pets bowls routinely with hot soapy, water just. Is you take care of your own dishes? So to prevent any spread of disease. Okay. Spread of diseases. Let's now Missy was driving over those rivers and seeing less eagles. And the guy was complaining about less trout. Howard veterinarians involved with keeping Shrout in the streams well for sure there are a lot of veterinarians evolved with aqua that in every medicine, so they do deal with the care of fish and other aqua aquatic wildlife there veterinarians who were engaged in protecting the environment. And they work with the Environmental Protection Agency that national level they would work with other organizations. So, you know, we know that run off ten cause problems and strings, so we know that as Roger food animal production facilities are most definitely involved with trying to prevent in the runoff to enter the what's her supplies. So veterinarians are involved. With all those things protecting it. And then also moving away from the fish and into the other advice. You know, veterinarians involved with troll or wildlife and consulting work with the wildlife agencies both at the national and state levels to help protect the wildlife. It is out there. So they can be prospering and enjoy by all it's such a fine line sometimes between trying to get rid of some of the large predators. You think all these cute little bunnies? The bunnies are out there. But then you have the coyotes in the coyotes are destroying all the bunnies. And yes, they're eating our cats and dogs were not keeping in the doors and being safe. There is a real fine balance between predator and prey and oftentimes the well-meaning people get in the way such as Yellowstone many years ago getting rid of all the wolves. But now they've been reintroduced in veterinarians being involved in the process, it's really helped the ecosystem. There hasn't it. Yes. Has. I mean, your listeners can go out there and probably find a a story that relates the entire thing with the introduction woes where even talks about how they change the movement of the river, and how the beavers had come back and everything there. So right. Everything has a place in nature, and we tried to keep it at a balance as much as we can the other thing was found interesting to talking about how people can impact the environment is lime disease in New England. How the land you seems to have changed people moving into whenever they want that beautiful surroundings. They want that wild area. But people moving into there really has disrupted the tick population the deer and now people are more prone to getting lime disease and even the chronic wasting disease. It's happening in the western United States in some of the elk and hoof stock there, what's the relationship. Can you? Posit that well rhyme disease and chronic wasting disease are both diseases of animals, and in limes- case, it's also disease of people, but they're caused by two different things line disease is definitely transmitted. It's a spire keyed bacterial infection that can affect those dogs and people in may have similar signs of lameness due to join formation while the chronic waiting disease has not been shown to be transmitted to people or other animals. It is called a transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, which is a pretty large word, but people may have heard of bovine spongiform encephalopathy when people were worried about eating contaminated ground beef that may have contained nervous system. So the. Cow and that was Mel disease, correct? Yeah. Correct. You're right. That's probably a better word for it. But they are well caused by similar size agents. They are not go back and forth between cals and the deer and elk the disease and deer elk is a terrible disease where it just literally causes the animals to starve and waste away. And they can't swore each or eat properly and is causing a problem with the herds out there, but it is not transmissible to people in all the experiments have been done. However because nothing is a certainty if people are consuming meat from an animal that has been hunted with that disease, again, it's probably best if they do not consume nervous tissue, the spleen or the lifts knows. But those are usually not common cases. Meet that are eating from that type of animal. All right. So now, she makes it to work and she works in oncology practice cancer practice. There was the journal about cancer in dogs and people and I listened to the news anchor. You're not supposed to eat this because it can cause cancer you shouldn't drink now going to some of the major coffee producers coffee shops because there's ingredients in coffee that can give you cancer as I really, you know, how many gallons of this did they give a little mouse. I know with your background your in the veterinary corps, and you're involved in research and development on cancer in people and children. Now, these are naturally occurring at love to heavy talk a little bit about this translational medicine of seen one and being able to help another species. Well, in many instances, you know, the same diseases that. That are found in animals are also found in people wanna witches this osteo sarcoma. It's a common. Well, how you pathology terms? It's not uncommon double negatives where it's occasionally seen and and dogs and the treatment can be similar. They may have super progressions. We know that other types of cancers that can be seen in dogs. Also can be seen the people, and you know, we use some of the treatments back and forth between them most of the uncommonly drugs that are used in animals are those that have been used in people and veterinary oncologist trying to see if they are effective in dogs, as we do know that the metabolism of different drugs between people and animals is different. So there's not a unforeseen correlation, but people do work on them and to see if they are effective we know that metabolic disease. So people are also seen in animals with. No that diabetes is a common problem in dogs and cats and can be treated similar to how it's treated, and people aren't really don't usually have a big problem with hyper cholesterol. Right people do. So that may not be a major issue of cats cats frequently your hypothyroid, and you know, some of the treatments available such as radiation with iodine for valuable treatments in both people and cats so all the research is done to on these different new drugs. You know, many of that is done on animals I because that's a requirement of US food and Drug administration. And so we can see if these are treatable and working in animals, and if they are then the center for veterinary medicine, if I animal drug producers interested in that may. Able to approve them for direct use animal. So it's it's a very long and engaged process. But both most animals and man will progress in the able to benefits from all these different things. I find it fascinating. When I have a pet the cat that has an overactive thyroid. And I tell them that we're gonna have to do radioactive iodine. And they give me this look of all my goodness. My cat's going to glow in the dark, and I tell they do this and people all the time is an outpatient procedure, really very safe, and it just put them at ease. They realize okay, they're experimenting on my cat. This is something that is tried and true. And how went species can help the other at light to take a short break right now. Dr topper, veep back and talk a little bit about your background. So my.

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"poteen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Good Tuesday morning. America's First News continues. It is the eleventh day of December and world markets were mostly higher Tuesday after the US and China broach plans for talks to sue the festering. Trade dispute futures point to a lower opening here at home oil prices are steady after a sharp decline overnight. Benchmark crude slipped to just below fifty one bucks a barrel of the dollar weakened against the yen. And the euro China's economies are and US trade on boys discussed plans for talks on a tariff. Battle indicating negotiations are going ahead despite tension over the arrest of Chinese tech exec. A commerce ministry statement said vice premier Liu he talked by phone with Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin and US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer about the quote promotion of the next economic and trade consultations and the statement gave no further details. President Emmanuel Macron acknowledging is partially responsible for the anger. That's fueled weeks of protests in France, an unusual admission. For the leader elected last year in a televised address to the nation A Macron acknowledged he may have given the impression that he doesn't care about the concerns of ordinary. Some people with his words sauntered, the Pierre Poteen repulsive happy default opponent. This thing. Mockus? 'priority thinking. Donald Trump me Popo. To create a system. They said between new people. Chris Malpass crucial on now. The French leader reiterating earlier promises to raise the minimum wage and pledged to abolish taxes on overtime pay that part of the measures that had been demanded by the yellow vest. Protesters who have led four weeks of increasingly radicalized demonstrations against the Macron's leadership President Trump's defending hush money payments made by his former attorney to two women during his twenty sixteen presidential campaign as a quote simple private transaction. He tweeted if there was wrongdoing it's on lawyer, Michael Cohen, federal prosecutors said Cohen acted with the intent to influence the election at the direction of Trump, Utah Republican Senator Orrin Hatch says it shouldn't matter because it happened before President Trump was in the White House. Well,.

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"poteen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Processes that will help them eliminate pathogens and such as cooking or pasteurisation through application of heat because you know, that's will prevent the risk of illness to cats and dogs as well as humid, you know, if this animal source Poteen touches beef, poultry, pork fish, Nokia eggs, if they are not properly process, then we all run the risk of being exposed to things like pathogenic bacteria such as salmonella or cancelled b-actor, cough sturdier or in coli or things like that. So just you know, when they have to be handled, and then if they're not properly stored, then, you know, both the animals and the human who is pretending that can be exposed to these diseases unnecessarily. I know I have so many of my clients who want to make their own food. Maybe not even a raw, and they fix them at a little a little pasta. And maybe some vegetables such a difficult task to really balance a diet for a cat or dog. So I tell them if you want to try to make homemade cooking seek the services at the board certified veterinary nutritionist, and there are those out there and services that if you wanna make your own food, you can do it but get the proper formulation. So you're not going to put your pet at risk for long term problems because you're missing certain nutrients. Yes, I definitely agree with you. We know there are some nutrients that are absolutely critical especially to cats and they've said they tuna or raw tuna diet that can be very detrimental to their health. But like you advise your clients if they do prepare food than it should be closed, and it should not be. Wall, and that they should take adequate to cautions, you know, on a daily basis if you do fee commercial food to you know, wash up the pets bowls routinely with hot soapy water, just as you take care of your own dishes. So to prevent any spread of disease spread of diseases. Let's now Missy was driving over those rivers and seeing less eagles. And the guy was complaining about less trout. How veterinarians involved with keeping trout in the streams well for sure there are a lot of veterinarians evolve with aqua that in every medicine, so they do deal with the care of fish other aqua aquatic wildlife there veterinarians who were engaged in protecting the environment. And they work with the Environmental Protection Agency that national level they would work with other organizations. So you know, we know that run off. Ten cause problems in stream. So we know that Roger food animal production facilities are most definitely involved with trying to prevent any of the run off to enter the what's her supplies. So veterinarians are involved with all this things protecting it. And then also moving away from the fish and into the other advice. No veterinarians or involved with Trower wildlife and consulting work with the wildlife agencies both at the national and state levels to help protect the wildlife. It is out there. So they can be can prosper and the enjoyed by all such a fine line sometimes between trying to get rid of some of the large predators. You think all these cute little bunnies? The bunnies are out there. But then you have the coyotes in the coyotes are destroying all the bunnies. And yes, they're eating our cats and dogs were not keeping indoors and being safe real fine. Balance between predator and prey and oftentimes the well-meaning people get in the way such as Yellowstone many years ago, getting rid of all the wolves. But now they've been reintroduced in veterinarians being involved in the process. It's really helped the ecosystem there hasn't it? Yes, it has. I mean, your listeners can go out there and probably find a a story that relates the entire thing with the introduction woes where even talks about how they change the movement of the river, and how the beavers had come back and everything. So right. Everything has a place in nature, and we tried to keep it at a balance as much as we can. And the other thing was found interesting to talking about how people can impact the environment is lime disease in New England. Hell the land you seems to have changed people moving into whenever they want that beautiful surroundings. They want that wild area. But people moving into there really has disrupted the chick population the deer and now people are more prone to getting lime disease and even the chronic wasting disease. It's happening in the western United States in some of the elk and hoof stock there, what's your relationship, can you possibly that? Well, rhyme disease and chronic wasting disease are both diseases of animals, and in limes- case, it's also disease of people, but they're caused by two different things line disease is definitely transmitted. It's a spire keyed bacterial infection that can affect the dogs and people in may have similar signs of lameness due to join information while the conic waiting disease has not been shown to be transmitted to people or other animals. It is called. A transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, which is a pretty large word, but people may have heard of bovine spongiform encephalopathy when people were worried about eating contaminated ground beef that may have contained nervous system, so the cow and that was how disease correct? Yeah. Correct. You're right. That's probably a better word for it. But they are while caused by similar size agents. They are not go back and forth between cals and the deer and elk the disease in deer in L is a terrible disease where it just literally causes the animals to starve and waste away. And they can't floor each or eat properly, and it is causing a problem with her jail there. But it is not transmissible to people in all the experiments had been done. However. Because nothing is a certainty. If people are consuming meat from an animal that has been hunted with that disease, again, it's probably best if they do not consume nervous tissue, the spleen or the lifts knows. But those are usually not common cases of meat that are eating from that type of animal. All right. So now, she makes it to work and she works in college. You practice a cancer practice? And there was the journal about cancer in dogs and people, and I listened to the news, and you're not supposed to eat this because it can cause cancer you shouldn't drink now going to some of the major coffee producers coffee shops because there is ingredients in coffee that can give you cancer. It's like really, you know, how many gallons of this did they give a little mouse. And I know with your background your in the veterinary corps, and you were involved in research and development. On cancer in people and children. Now these are naturally occurring too. Heavy talk a little bit about this translational medicine of seen one in being able to help another species. Well, in many instances, you know, the same diseases that are found in animals are also found in people wanna witches this osteo sarcoma. It's a common. Well, I'll use pathology terms. It's not uncommon double negatives where it's occasionally seen and and dogs and the treatment can be similar. They may have simple progressions. We know that other types of cancers that can be seen in dogs. Also can be seen the people. You know, we use some of the treatments back and forth between them most of the uncommonly drugs that are used in animals are those that have been used in people and veterinary on call. Or trying to see if they are effective in dogs, as we do know that, you know, the metabolism of difference between people and animals is different. So there's not a unforeseen correlation, but people do work on them and to see if they are effective, we know that metabolic diseases of people also seen in animals with no that diabetes is a common problem in dogs and cats and can be treated similar to how it's treated people. Those aren't really don't usually have a big problem with a hyper cholesterol, like people do. So that may not be a major issue of cats cats frequently or hypothyroid, and you know, some of the treatments available such as radiation with iodine for valuable treatments in both people and cats so all the research is done to on these different new drugs. You know, many of that is done on animals. I because that's a requirement of US food and Drug administration. And so we can see if these are treatable and working in animals, and if they are then the center for veterinary medicine, if I animal drug producer is interested in that may be able to approve them for direct use animal. So it's it's a very long and engaged process. But both most animals and man will progress and be able to benefits from all these different things. I find it fascinating. When I have a pet the cat that has an overactive thyroid. And I tell them that we're gonna have to do radioactive iodine. They give me this look of all my goodness. My cat's going to glow in the dark, and I tell they do these people all the time as an outpatient procedure, it's really very safe and it just put them at ease. They realize okay, they're experimenting on. Mike catt? This is something that is tried and true. And how species can help the other at light to take a short break right now. Dr topper back and talk a little bit about your background. So my listeners.

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"poteen" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"Had a version whenever else right CNN had aversion with Harry, the Harry kind of helped work on, you know, all these newsrooms heavy huge desire for it because they wanna be differentiated on election night. And you know, I think they are interesting and informative. But like there are times when I really do think with respect to our pre election model their times, and they're exceptions. But they're gonna really do think. This is the answer the question that you wanna have right? The answer to. How's it going in the horse race is our model? And if there are things are not counting for then. You know, we should've them to the model, but you know, but most of the time like that's kind of the a fairly bottom line answer. I wouldn't say that for election night model. Let's say this is a provisional back of the envelope. Sketch. Catch that is pretty good. But like, it's definitely just a level of existential uncertainty removed from from a model where you have time to pull that lever. And know why you're doing it instead of saying, okay, let's kind of hit the break here because we're we're we're not certain how well our instrumentation is working. I mean, do you think we should consider not doing it at all do anything? We consider not doing it. Yeah. I mean, we should consider. We probably will do. I mean, it's kind of fun yet. Okay. Well, like, I do think look I mean head fakes happen all the time in provost. I mean, it's not like, you know, the basic watch again, again is like the first two or three or four kind of called results were not good for Democrats. And it's supposed to be adjusting for that, you know. But I think it should probably have my intuitions it probably should have gone from eighty five down to sixty five. And then and then bounce back. I'm not sure by this. You're gonna love it a fifty fifty so one last question on this from a listener. And then we're gonna move to some broader questions from listeners, Alex. Asks you all talk about the narrative that emerged on election, and he's referring to Democrats not doing as well or it not being really a Blue Wave. And then he says, but you don't take any position on five thirty it's own agency. And creating those narratives we've your by your own admission overly aggressive live results had the model not been aggressive. Don't you think the narrative on election night would have been different so essential? Did we shape that narrative criticism? I think it's it's dumb. Okay. Because the news media cares about called races writing. And they care about these high profile races that are gonna fight ahead of time as being bellwethers, and like Armani was not reacting to some obscure Poteen hipster congressional district in Louisiana or something. Right. It was saying these high profile race that everyone said to watch early so races in Kentucky on the NF Lauretta ever Jinyan, which went okay O that like Dave rat race, which eventually got called for Democrats. Didn't you call too late in the night? And also became kind of clear early in the night that Democrats were not gonna win the Senate because Joe Donnelly was losing Bill Nelson was maybe losing in like they have to have everything go right in the Senate for them to win and things are going wrong. You know, essentially that narrative would have emerged with or without fivethirtyeight specific election-night forecast because all the networks were focused on those races. Anyways, what you're saying? Yeah. I mean, like, maybe if the margin it contribute like, but I don't know. I mean people trying to interpret stuff in real time. And someone's what the model is doing is trying to like be systematic about it be more rigorous systematic fit. Like, yeah. I mean, you know, kind of three states is enough of a trend free to wonder. I mean, you know, I mean, that's there's another scenario where like where all of a sudden, it's like, oh, yeah. That is the first sign of something going wrong..

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"poteen" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"You know, the challenge with this entire spaces. You think back to the time in the nineteen fifties when he made when he created that analogy, and it's in some ways, it's amazing that it could still be relevant seventy five eighty years later, whatever it is on the other hand, it humbles you to realize how much more has been learned about that process in that time. And sometimes I think about it because you, and I are interested in the same problem that I'm worried I just don't know anything. You know, I'm worried that in ten years a look back at my hypotheses, and my under not even my hip, just my understanding of the current state of the art today and think you know, what that was directionally. Right. But it was so simplified and oh my goodness. Like, you know, sort of like we're back. In this problem of time. Like, we're going to run out of time. And I mean, how confident are you that an because you and I are almost the same age. How confident are you that in our lifetime? We will see step function changes in human longevity and to put this in context. There really hasn't been a step function change in human longevity. Probably since the introduction of sanitation. I mean, everything has been quite incremental. Maybe any biotechs vaccinations antibiotics have probably been the last step function change. Will we see one in our lifetime? How confident are you? I'm getting more confident. Honestly when I started in this field. I thought we'd probably not see the type of technologies that I'm seeing now it's making my head spin not just in the technology. But also the the investment and the number of people working on this now. This was the backward of biology when we started and has been some new results, which I'll just hint upon because we haven't published it's very early. But I've seen I sound like a scene out of blade runner. But I've seen things you wouldn't believe. Maybe not that dramatic. But let me go back to the compact disc analogy got scratched CD had you find the polish. What is that? Let's go back to the east. Gee, what causes those scratches? Why do you get loss of gene regulation? Anyone who's paying attention earlier on in this conversation? Will remember that the DNA breaks in the chromosome organisms distract the complex and they move away. And you get the expression of genes that have no right being on in because the Cirta have lost their distracted from the deactivation function, and they're dealing with the repair function. Exactly. So using that what we've got a lot of evidence for now is that something very similar if not essentially dental in principle happens in mammals as we age what that means is that insults to the genome and one of major insults double strand break, but they're probably all those caused these proteins, sir, tunes and other factors not saying only tons of factors that control. Gene expression silencing things have jewel role. We know Indiana repair and other things such as responding to stresses hate, whatever. But this is the cells way of coordinating, gene, expression changes hunkering down during times of adversity and going to repair the system, which in this case, we study DNA breaks, and that's a beautiful system when you're young works. Great. You get exposed to 'cause McRae's go out in the sun. You got lots of breaks eventually these proteins will go or pay those breaks and then go back to where I came from to settle down. The response to turn off the inflammation to turn off the repair when it's not needed. But the problem we think is it's technically tropy. Okay. Peter meadow. And the other brilliant, scientists from the fifties speculated, I think correctly is that things are really good for you. When young come back to bite you in the us when you're older, and I think that's what's happening here that this response to these stresses like a break end up not just distracting these proteins. But end. Disrupting the actual structure of our Chroma Tyn and Poteen zone. Always go back to where they came from a hundred percent do that seventy or eighty years, and it's not surprising that the genes that will once perfectly programmed in tone on at the right time lose their ability to do that. And we've got remnants of that program when were a seventy eighty what's exciting. That information is to live to be accessed. The question is how do you get cells to remember to access at the right time..

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"poteen" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Because Steph always always get caught last if you from whatever they're doing the wars, and I taught spoke to him afterwards. You know, I'll buy, you know, he told me look, man. I don't leave the warriors to do anything special to buy. That's not what I'm looking for. I don't need any other teams duty especially for like, you know, it's going to be about what he decided to deal with often makes you feel like what's automated gonna put him in the best booth that he's been gone. I don't think it's going to be a basketball. I heard there's going to be a little I cook. Whatever makes them happy at time and place that he's gonna be in. That's open. What's going to win over the? So it tough. Shady is going to be real tough two days when he's sticking from month to month. Chris Haines with us here, y'all sports NBA insider, follow him on Twitter at crispy Hanes. I so let's get into what's happening with the lake. Now. Owen three. What are your kind of what you were there? The other night. What are your thoughts on what this team looks like right now? What a bad defensively that is they really have they lacked outside shooting, and I think what can help you know, upgrading Josh taught. You could start starting in it. But you know, essentially, ROY I it's just a lot of young guys trying to learn again basketball, and I think the bomb gonna have this on the gas. And I ask them about that. He's like, nah, it's not talking that yet. But he told me about golf on the golf online. Try to equate that to Poteen. He's painting try to. Mentor piece the game of basketball on the fly while playing and so I told them I was like, nah, pointing a lot more. You guys. See them lose push through games. You see him pointing the rectum players either. A lot more to do. So. You know, that you know, it's not completely owned a guy because he feels like he has to slow down hill but have been a team. So other guys can grasp the concept. So I just see very curb, but we all knew, you know, always happens with James P would you know, you could lose situation all smoke. I think, you know, be only three and it'd be it'd be 'em deputy tune in tonight. You know, they'd probably they'll have to crawl because short. They lose him back to the fifty. Won't be won't be like earth shattering anything. Like that that, you know, there's definitely call. And might be confident equality to make them off. Okay. Well, if if you don't think LeBron's foot is on the pedal. How do you explain because this is just a odd chain time of chain of events. Lebron hits a dagger three too tight a game up in any misses two free throws like what's like what mental spaces the, and Chris we we know it has nothing to do with the physical, and it's all mental right there. Well, I just think he's you know, he's gonna take over the game. When when you feels feels that they do. So I I don't want to say he's coasting, but he's just trying to allow other players right now to find a with him to find their day alongside here and epic. I don't I don't wanna sit as messing up because I think he should he can pick him to spy because he he's that great. But but LeBron you know, he's talking about the food. Does I made it? Yeah. Macron do you know, he's got a shooter? He's had who's had some seasons ways. Embedded that is the point that. And he's been a guy. He changes his team. I would say sequel these from time to time I was in Cleveland, he changes his free throw up stand. Okay. About three three or four times. You know, doing his Cleveland? You know, he he he he. He doesn't have a witch. You know, he opened the always open a changing things and sometimes it hurts them. So you know, all that. That's why he's gonna hit. He's gonna hit some game. When guys as he's been missing..

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"poteen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A mad catastrophes his book, and please forgive me professor for interrupting, but I want to introduce one of your major as sources here Stanley Washburn who was traveling along with the Austrian army and is reporting on what he saw a ten acre lot where the Austrians were destroyed by the Russian artillery. You just mentioned one hundred and fifty thousand casualties in this very small space because the Austrians wouldn't learn that you don't charge into our our Tillery fire. That's as many as we're lost by Lee and meet at the battle of Gettysburg Washburn. When he reported back to America was America gassed at these numbers. Was it frightened by it? Not particularly because they were seeing similar casualties on the western front so taken together western and eastern front. Yes. America was definitely a gas in America was determined to remain neutral in the conflict. Not least because it was a largely immigrant nation. The bulk of had recently emigrated from Europe in part to escape conflicts, just like this one. But there certainly was a sense that this was war and a scale never seen by any nation in the world. And you know, the battle that Washburn was reporting on this ten acre lot, but he's referring to the battle of Rava Russkoe, which is a, you know, a very it's the biggest battle that the austro-hungarians fight in in in the first World War, and I've been around a Russkoe. I was there in two thousand twelve and it really is a ten acre lot. And it looks exactly like today like it did then just open fields of waving grain. And basically what happened? There is the, you know, the Russians wrapped their superior numbers around this shrinking Ostro Austro-Hungarian army and just pulverized it with artillery little strips here and there where they'd been blasted by the rush by the Russian artillery, and he found it incredibly moving these scenes of these little clusters of Austria. Hungarian corpses. You know bunch together and slaughtered by the by the Russian artillery, the Russians pushed the Austrians out of not only raw Rosca, which is to the north. But also out of Limburg the fourth largest city and all of the Habsburg empire. They burn their food is they're pulling back. They lose a thousand locomotives fifteen thousand railcars an enormous amount of wealth passes into the Russian and the Russians do not have a superior army. We'll see that when we come to the Germans attacking the Russians. In poland. Meantime, Poteen Orrick is trying one more time in the south to take Serbia. He will go up this hill as many times as he can find troops. And again, he slaughtered. I think he loses forty thousand the frustration here. I want to race to the Germans Jeffrey because we know they're watching this information come from come in from Austria. And they're losing heavily in France. At the same time, you write that they are dumb with amazement. Did the Germans have a plan when they read these things. Or were they going to make it up? Well, the the basic plan, of course, was the plan which held that the Germans would defeat the French and the British expeditionary force in forty two days, and then transfer everything east to join the austro-hungarians against the Russians that was the basic plan. But then because of the transition from the war of move into the war trenches on the western front, and the fact that they were not going to be able to defeat the British and the French within forty two days, we're going to be locked into a long word. Attrition. They were they were compelled merely to send reinforcements to the eastern front and try to bolster the Austro-Hungarian. The Germans were deeply upset because. They had they had they had suffered a Russian invasion of the beginning of the war that coincided with the with the German invasion of France. They lost a battle. Then never gonna lose endorsed were sent out. And then they inflicted the brutal defeat of tannenberg on the Russians in August, nineteen fourteen which through the Russians back and bought time for the Germans to continue trying to defeat the French and the west, but also bought time for the Austrians to gather themselves, and the Germans the Germans were just absolutely thunderstruck that the Austro-Hungarian approving so incompetent, let's go to war. Let's go to war against the Russians with Luton orphaned Hindenburg. This is November nineteen fourteen. The book is a mad catastrophe. The outbreak of World War One and the collapse of the Habsburg.

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Apple Podcast Charts 'screwy and scammy'; Australian Podcast Awards return to Sydney; LUFS FAQ

podnews

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Apple Podcast Charts 'screwy and scammy'; Australian Podcast Awards return to Sydney; LUFS FAQ

"In the latest pod news. The quote screwy and seemingly scammy state of the apple podcast charts is the subject of much of the latest issue of hotpot. Meanwhile, an apple website claims that apple is aware put offers little proof our editors piece. Yes, today has resulted in a number of private emails from podcasters disillusioned demotivated by the cheating and the charts. The Australian podcast awards ceremony will be back in Sydney next year on Saturday. The eighteenth of may they've announced the categories and entries open on November the first Canadian true crime podcast. Dark Patine is now part of course owned curious, cast dark Poteen claims. It's approaching a million downloads in less than a year. The network also signed nighttime last month or data two point, three point. Oh, is out. There are a bunch of new features, Spanish language podcast, host to IVA. Cts has launched. I've acccess plus a monetization platform. Nominations for the discover pot awards are open from now until October, the twenty. Sixth after apple last week asked for podcasts to be at Mina sixteen laughs for loudness. We've written a small FAQ about loudness elk AFS and Luff's and welcome feedback on that. You'll find it linked from pod news dot net, slash articles. TRITON digital have been signed by Canadian media company, Quebec or media group to power its digital audio and podcasts strategy, and there's a new podcasting studio in Pilsen in Chicago in Illinois in the US and a new podcast to tell you about legal wars, put you inside the jury box of some of the most famous court cases in American history, including hulk Hogan's courtroom, wrestling match with Gorka and the Rodney King trial that set off the LA riots. It's from wondering,

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"poteen" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on Harmontown

"Brad, sound. Thanks. And just doorbells candidates. Sorry. Okay. Let us in come on David. I haven't seen my balls in ours. I don't think that has anything to do with the weather seriously. It's fucking cold. Heo boys, welcome to Canada here time. Didn't think we'd ever find the place. Well, I'm glad to see you. Did sons getting low gotta, get you inside before Dr? Packed quite a bit for a long weekend. Didn't you? Ridiculous. You travel like a woman. It's my laptop, some DVD's what it was a long flight smart. If he asked me not much to do in too cold to go anywhere, what's the temperature outside David, it's about six degrees celsius a bit of a sculpture. Can we get that and freedom units. It's like forty degrees. Thank you. Patriot. Can I get you boys a beer? I'll take one damn nice place. David smells fucking good to Turkey. Of course. There's Turkey. It's Canadian thanksgiving. It's just called thanksgiving here. You got candied yams I'm afraid not only in the US. Do they put sugar and marshmallows in their vegetables. I would love to get my hands on some Poteen know Putin. Can't buy? Nope. Nope. Nope. Thanksgiving in Canada is a bit different than in the US. How so? Other than being on a Monday. Well, here it's not just a Christmas dress rehearsal to there are traditions and rights that must be satisfied. What? Oh, you'll see, sit down, sit down, eat, eat. It's custom that the host tells the story of the first thanksgiving over the feast, though. I'm sure you're already well versed in it. I wouldn't count on that. This is great. Your juiston cook Cummings. Definitely what green stuff that the end of the table that's mushed peas. They were served at the first thanksgiving in Canada. So are you ready for the telling? Yeah, whatever you want. Just pass more of that Etienne greedy..

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"poteen" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Knows habit. I'm just trying to paint the picture for this colony is going to be like, so now all Spiring Mars colonists have ground big breaking. They can set their countdown clocks to speaks space x, even released a rendering of what the Mars colony is supposed to look like back in September, twenty seventeen. So go check that out on their Twitter page. If you're interested in an intergalactic relocation, have you seen it was a look like space for pedagogues? Yeah, looks cool. Well, I don't know about the Beddoe guy thing, but it's like a bunch of rockets and then like these structures connected to each other with tunnels, obviously because you can't breathe the Martian air, but to have McDonalds didn't look like it. They're gonna big prison for all the people that go completely insane and demand about her. Have you seen total recall. That's probably a good idea. Hopefully has it in their musk said he plans to send to unmanned bef ours. That's the big falcon rockets Pat covered last week in twenty twenty two followed by two more unmanned bef ours and to man BF ours in twenty twenty four. So the Japanese billionaire, these flying around the moon and it'd be f are in twenty twenty. Three is supposedly a separate project, but obviously he's a tester for the Mars passengers and twenty twenty four. So good luck. Japanese moon passenger. Yeah, the man he's gonna kill twenty twenty three. Got a crack a few eggs to make a colony on Mars. After this I get to go to Mars, right? Getting ship courses cremations. Each ship would carry. One hundred tons of supplies initially serving as the humans homes. The passengers would be tasked with with extracting around one ton of ice per day and becoming self self sufficient and returning home with the harvested fuel. So I guess they'd make fuel out of ice our really understand any of that space x going to begin testing the FARs as soon as next year off the coast of Texas and what they're actually meant to be is an interplanetary transport system that can go anywhere in the solar system as they expand their network like this fuelling outposts that they're gonna make on Mars just as soon as they figure out how to breathe and eat things in space. Yeah, or or just after they figure out how to drive tesla without crashing into a wall. Yeah, this guy hasn't completed a single project on earth, but fuck it. Let's take. Let's go to Mars with them. Has he has. He said, if he's going to be in the first batch of people or someone halls batch apiece and it's got to stay home and run it from Merv when is he planning on going like twenty thirty once its well established and they have thrown built fan. Anyway, a lot of people on the internet, not surprisingly are extremely excited at a Thenia Poteen on Twitter, says best news ever feel compelled to readjust my entire life towards supporting going to Mars, invest in what you love. I will ten years. Let's do this. Nothing on earth worth living for this this chick you. Why don't you focus on getting health insurance.

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"poteen" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Fisher. Like, do you folks excuse me. In thirteen seconds, like our fishermen, Fisher folks. Like all of our fishermen, Fisher folks do. So stupid. So I mean, he just proved how stupid that effort is can't run. They sure full. No, I'm sorry. I've never saying Fisher folks. No, no. I'm not saying that these mail carrier. No, I don't say male, man. I don't even. I don't even say flight attendant. I still say stewardess. Pig home, I won't say actor actress if you're a chick, all all Djik. Yeah, I see you use that archaic lingo is well. Sure. Do what they're firemen, still, say, firemen, firefighter, say, fire person. Police officers. Yes. Or law enforcement officials do a lot of practice Mr. lead foot. So. Yeah, pulled me over have been female variety at least appeared to be. I don't know what the identified as I have no idea. I didn't ask sided, not. Excuse me officer. How do you identify? Maybe I should ask that, you know, sir, ma'am, early, we learned their day. They and them and there because we gotta change that from plural to singular now so that it fits because you can't call them him and hurt him. You know what I wanna do right now. I want to go to the Poteen strove let's just mean just eat ourselves into a coma and then forget everything that's going on. It's not as though dang it, but it south of San Antonio, say to go down there for that next year. Yeah. Absolutely petite stronger and do a live remote from their, why? Not? Sure. I'm gonna say it has no respect left in the schools in Texas, right? We give us some pub. All right, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. And at Pat unleashed on Twitter, you can use all that again tomorrow and actually Thursday. Why have a funeral to go tomorrow? Very good friend passed. We've talked about before yet, really severe. Stage four cancer or a couple years, and you passed away last weekend, so we'll hold the four down so yet. So I'll see you on Thursday back here. I think Jason Butler will be filling tomorrow. Indeed. Pat gray unleashed on the blaze radio network..

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"poteen" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"poteen" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"And then we did their sample and then we prepare it in the tried doing ily empty fi, removing the some of the auditing that middle exactly what it is, and we're able to move to call housekeeping oddity in the sequence, everything that's out there and by sequencing. Being an empty fine in sequence in you're able to now see exactly how active your each of the organisms are. But more importantly, now we can look at these transcripts or what is going on and by looking at the different parties, we can say how much Obuke rate you're actually producing how much of l. PSU actually producing how much off ledge lies going on how much of white them of folic acid Weigman kid to using. And then we look at what you're capable of producing, and then we'd go take all of this information that's coming from your attorney test and the retake all of the information that you provided us in feed into all into the Arctic refinishing information. Like surveys question. The question answer as you could, we got any all of that than feed into artificial intelligence and artificial intelligence. Couple of interesting thing. We have a complete food onto lodge that we have now that new plants in each food. What they are and then we see empty food work will come in contact with these microbes what this ecosystem will do. So for example, if you say, hey, I'm eating spinach, and I said, oh, Ben is finish his union going to be good for you. How can we possibly me? The ball pie was all always like, you did spinach. So it's been a has ocsta- like acid postulate, unless you're microbiome is able to detox Oxley severe oxo b-actor this able to detox awfully or accelerate acid is going to be harmful deal. So we look at this defense doing, are you actually do matter belies this oxide acid or not? And if we don't, you can't hold off on that. Spinach in the middle of that, your bent the, you know, Ben, you really, really need to cut down on protein because we sing it Mendes amount of ammonia and selfies being produced in your gut because those fourteen fermenters. Fermenting all the Poteen access protein that's not being digested. So you need to ease off on that right when when when he's changes are made, what have you've been seeing foul? What actually happens as far as the Michael bio changes or even even the way some of those things you're talking about, like inflammatory markers by scenic area Bill at changes, how do you actually track so that? So let me give you a bunch of questions. I'm going to break down anonymously, so obviously the people not done it one, two or three desks. And then they do what we see is the inflammation activities continued to down to give inflammation activities scored in your any via map. You can see you can start to see a metabolic, metabolic flexibility on the metabolic school is going up the digestive efficiencies going up. How are you measuring? So so all those things essentially come up with dense off underlying scores where aegis go attend, underlying schooled under each of those Dennis goes out. Thousands off gene expression. So we see this genes are over expressed four times eight times. Genes are under expressed in the look at these Bodman it being jeans. Auto, express these under express are the producing more beautiful unless booted underproducing morale PS or less Elliot's God by. So you can basically take the gene actively and extrapolate that to let say, inflammatory markers without necessarily having someone sending their sample along with, let's say, a few of blood test HSE our p..

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"poteen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"poteen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Let me see you're talking about. Nike sheriff down three point two percent, Tuesday, all kinds of people calling for a boycott, and let's see that they go into the whole background of. Yeah. We we all know what he's done over thirty thousand people tweeting with the hashtag Nike boycott that was as of Tuesday morning. I mean, less than twenty four hours after making the announcement that made Nike boycott among the top trending topics on Twitter yesterday. Yes. Some obviously Poteen images burning ripping their Nike shoes and apparel. I just I don't know how they could sit around this kind of stuff does major promotions get discussed in a boardroom. Right. Everybody sits around and brainstorms and said, what are we going to do? And I don't know how the geniuses at Nike actually came to the conclusion that this would be a good idea. Well, there is a theory in marketing. Any news any even bad news. Helps. Make me make the brand more memorable. Everybody who's not familiar with Nike to begin with Nike name. But yeah, I, you know, I had a pair two pairs of Nike shoes, which I don't wear a whole lot. We're symbol. I warned or not it's certainly had a life went into. Well, when I heard this brought it to mind. And so I went and got him through out. I probably would still be on the shelf, you know, in my room, if if that had had not happy, of course, I've I have a particular opinion about about how this all got started..

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"poteen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"poteen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And there are all kinds of oligarchs including by the way a a very close ally of let de poteen so this oughta rankle a few people in a note this also president trump steps up and starts playing a little hardball with china on trade five hundred billion dollar trade deficit with them the news media's on china's side when it's north korea the news media's on north korea side when president trump slaps sanctions on russians watch the news media well they see here's what they do they trust themselves into pretzels over this one because they want to constantly insist that president trump isn't doing enough to punish the russians because he's supposed to be you know bought and paid for by putin because they made this up and then they they build castles in the sky and then they move in because they're crazy people so they twist themselves into knots over this stuff from the they find a way to make it into a negative it's what they do for a living michelle obama let's go to sound byte number twenty three michelle obama said that she doesn't think she should be president she doesn't want to be president she doesn't think she should be president and she said a couple of things too she's like what do you got bush bush got clinton clinton you want obama obama she was actually making some sense i honestly truthfully did agree with several things she was making some common sense a few moments i don't know what happened michelle obama colon they do of their collins this is the hill my husband was quote the good parent and quote compared to trump seat once again they played this audio from the crazy person rally the the march against your rights here in washington dc a couple of weeks ago they want to take away your second amendment rights and your first amendment rights and stuff like that in one of the people speaking said you in congress you members of congress you our parents we are your children this is north korea right that's the these people are so clueless i don't know where these people come from but there perfect zombies for the status i'll give him that much firmer first lady michelle obama likened her husband's presidency to having the good parent at home at a women's leadership conference on thursday.

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