17 Burst results for "Professor Of Chemistry"

"professor chemistry" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

02:54 min | 7 months ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Forget. We have our guests who I told you about this creature. It makes this interesting sound. It also has three stomachs the biggest eyeballs of any land dweller and has a wingspan of about two meters. So that should put you now now. Well and truly on the path was identifying what this mystery creature. Is Tim question here from John. Many of us are thinking of changing your traditional cards for one powered by literacy behind begin to charge to these. Electric vehicles emerged to. There's no private parking spaces very good point. I like this question a lot but it does require me to sort of predict the future a little bit which is not necessarily my forte. So at the moment the UK has around about about one hundred and fifty thousand electric vehicles and about twenty thousand public charging points but the vast majority of electric car charging happens at home. And that's partly partly because it's slow so if you want to charge for example a Nissan leaf which can do about one hundred fifty miles on a full charge to charge it from nothing to completely full takes depending the challenge Between six and eleven hours so that is you poke home and you plug it in and you leave it overnight but what we are increasingly seeing is a talk of challenging code rapid charging which happens almost five times the speed of the sort of charge. You could get at home so a private parking spot might not be necessary with one of these because they could charge not just this leaf but a much bigger battery in less than an hour so for example. If you're out on a long drive it's no longer a case of just being a commuting. It's you pull over on the side of the road. You have a cigarette break in a cup of tea and half an hour later your car could have another two hundred miles in it. And that makes it a big difference from what we're currently experiencing a lot of now. I was talking to Lee Cronin whose professor chemistry at Glasgow and he told me could be as go that he has. Ah come up with a liquid which has got a very high energy density and it's based on the chemical tungsten and he can drain this chemical into a sale. And you get the literacy out of it depleting the liquid of its electricity so it changes. What's called the oxidation? State of the tungsten surrendering enormous amounts of electricity prices to recharge the cell drain out the depleted fluid and put fresh one in. And so he's saying the actually. This might be the future of electric vehicles where it uses exactly the same infrastructure restructure us at the moment for petrol stations. And things you go in and put a fluid into your car. which is the energy and differences? Here you just have to have a system that puts fresh fluid in and takes fluid out but basically soclean uses all the same way we used to work in. That might be quite attractive yet. There are lots of different ideas that I mean. If we had a story and you scientists a few weeks ago about a battery the the principle you could charge it up ten minutes. We had another one that could fit in your smartphone and would lost five days but the thing with these ideas is they're not really off the ground yet. What you you need? A battery is for it to be able to work just.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:41 min | 9 months ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on KGO 810

"Yeah and you know fentanyl is is just and and all these drugs and and map is becoming a much bigger problem in the US you know we heard about math a lot last decade just arrested two Arkansas professors chemistry professors just like Walter white breaking bad right exactly and so because sentinels cut into mass to those death rates are rising as well it's going to Bonnie in Kentucky let's see if we have time real fast money go ahead hi yeah and I'll try to be fat just one just one that's all we'll have time for a guy and well I just wondered how how it look for people that because you have a heart attack you just I think you could you suffocate and they're getting so much hospitals they gave it to me a month ago terribly is that normal what do they give it to you for I had surgery and was found in recovery that a given that they are shaking so bad they had to give a demerol to calm me down well I like I don't I don't think that's normal certainly but I will say that when Sentinel is given in a hospital setting these are trained professionals they know how to use the dosage properly Sentinel remains an important drugs in house so that's not to say that if I was a woman giving birth I would want fentanyl in and out but they're all things like that my wife has has stronger feelings about that than I do but for the most part you don't have to be afraid of hospital sentinels then what is an elephant tranquilizer we've heard about two that's sort of car fentanyl and if you think that fentanyl is bad car fentanyl is one hundred times stronger legally since you are making now well that's being made in China as well and that does you killed a lot of people in Ohio places like Florida you know one of those Jurassic Park movies they use car fentanyl as the the dinosaur train collide right okay if you think that you know that gives you a sense of how strong it is then good luck with the book here in Saint Louis I saw send your tax in a couple days and we'll try to set up a date to get together okay absolutely well thank you Georgia having me on thank you what a great book so needed federal ink by Ben Westhoff information it coast to coast AM dot com don't miss it this is probably one of the most important subjects I personally have dealt with in a long time it is an epidemic it is a crisis and it's got to be stopped up next we'll talk about a couple near death experiences that changed the life of our.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:49 min | 9 months ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Through the real estate in Vancouver that it sent the prices through the roof so absolutely fascinating and saying why don't we bond these that no plants in China well because it's impossible to know where they are a lot of times the the the plants making fentanyl are the same plants making legitimate pharmaceutical company it's the same camera it's the same equipment sometimes it's done under the cover of night and like I said the the government is sometimes giving these companies tax benefits and so it's impossible to know when you met with the planned people under the guise of you're interested in buying did they did they try to get you to make a body and just bring money or wire money or anything like that yeah they said that I could use Western Union they had like HSBC bank account they said big Colleen I could pay and so I I went into this the sentinels lab and saw the facility talked with the cameras so I pretended to be interested in making this by but I never actually bought anything and no money exchanged hands for the suspicious of you or I mean was your life in jeopardy possibly yeah well my wife was certainly not thrilled about this at all and and yeah I intentionally guy right about this whole harrowing experience and yeah the the lab owner asked me if I was a journalist he was with this kind of muffled BC driver who would who took it to the lab and I was worried this is going to be the guy who broke my knee cap found out I was a journalist were there any armed troops there there was not and in fact in China they don't have a lot of guns at all it's not like the Colombian cartels are the Mexican cartels these are businessmen that's the difference they want to make money they want the Chinese government's blessing and third you know violence is bad for business they just want to make money did you have to wear a multi piece or something to protect you from breathing no but one of the cabinets when we went into the lab pulled his shirt up over his mouth because of the fumes and they had all the windows open so I was a little bit worried about that how big was the plant it had about five or six different lab rooms on one floor of a new construction building so I thought it was going to be a seedy underground lab but it looks like just a suburban office park there was a fountain in the middle and it had been made recently and it all you know inside it looked like the breaking bad lab but from the outside it just looked like any other office park with the prices in what quantity would dips people be able to buy they were selling in one kilo pricing so it would be twenty five hundred dollars to three thousand dollars for one kilo kilo was about how many inches by how many inches zero is just one small bag you know one bag of the black bag that's not that big but when you think about it like we said only two grains of rice is enough to have you overdose in one kilo there's literally millions of doses in there in the kilo was call girl Sentinel no offense to know okay but for only three thousand dollars I mean when you think about it a kilo of cocaine it's going to be ten times that much and and cocaine is much less potent than fence and also when you do the math it's just absolutely staggering the end of the fact that you walked away without buying anything that that kind of take them off how did you get out of there I just I said I would get back to them I said I would think about their offers in their pricing and I would get back to my connection and I just ended up not getting back to them one of the the organizations that I infiltrated when my book when fencing link was published this factory got burned to the ground almost the exact same day the you know that my information was published in so I wonder if they were if there was arson involved arson actually has not been ruled out yet so did you think you're going to be stopped at the airport or anything like that I was more worried about the Chinese government actually that I was worried about these lab owners because if you're if you don't have an official journalist visa then they can put you in jail and I didn't want to get one of those official visas because they wouldn't have let me do this undercover work exactly but I wanted to do and what did they say we have to have the customs when they were saying why are you are you coming into our country I just said I was a tourist and then I your book pops up and they've probably of reddit Nancy in Bellingham Washington hi Nancy go ahead hi once again we are just listening to a podcast with you then a while ago interesting yeah and I just tuned in your kind of the end of your talks I'm not really sure what are you covered but I do want to thank you for this work we covered it all Nancy all of it yeah but what I want to ask you if you have a podcast and it's not pretty kick work for the central because that's the topic but in the park catchers also saying that there is a myth about crack cocaine babies and I just want to say as a nurse you can't talk to any nurse anywhere in this country that works in a nursery I don't but I work in a hospital but that this is a very real phenomenon bait crack babies as the real thing and you were saying but the people take cocaine and you know the babies are all okay but if I you know I kind of wondered where you kind of got that idea and I'm bringing it up because you have such a great here again points and I feel that you know it's just yeah I know no I'm not I'm not saying that it's safe for okay to take cocaine or crack while you're pregnant and I'm saying I talk to someone knowledgeable in this industry you add this theory that crack babies was not a real phenomenon but I don't I certainly don't have any proof of that and what is crack cocaine as opposed to the powdered cocaine well it's it's known as a base and so he using baking soda to cook up the cocaine into something that you can smoke and so the crack epidemic was was really killing a lot of people in the eighties in particular gosh never stops doesn't they just think of other innovative ways to use these drugs yeah and you know fentanyl is is Justin and all these drugs and and math is becoming a much bigger problem in the US you know we heard about math a lot last decade just arrested two Arkansas professors chemistry professors just like Walter white breaking bad right exactly and so that because sentinels cut into Matt to those death rates are rising as well it's going to Bonnie in Kentucky let's see if we have time real fast money go ahead hi yeah and I'll try to be fat just one just one that's all we'll have time for a guy and well I just wondered how how it look for people that because you have a heart attack I think you could be suffocate and they're getting them at the hospital they gave it to me a month ago heroplay is that normal what do they give it to you for I had surgery and was I'm in recovery the date given that they are shaking so bad I had to give me demerol to calm me down well I like I don't I don't think that's normal certainly but I will say that when Sentinel is given in a hospital setting these are trained professionals they know how to use the dosage properly Sentinel remains an important drugs in hospital that's not to say that if I was a woman giving birth I would want fentanyl in enough but they're all things like that my wife has has stronger feelings about that than I do but for the most part you don't have to be afraid of hospital funds and then what is that elephant tranquilizer we've heard about two that's sort of car fentanyl and if you think that fentanyl is bad car fentanyl is one hundred times stronger legally since you are making now well that being made in China as well and that does you killed.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:22 min | 9 months ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It's the same camera it's the same equipment sometimes it's done under the cover of night and like I said the the government is sometimes giving these companies tax benefits and so it's impossible to know when you met with the planned people under the guise of you're interested in buying did they feel that they try to get you to make a body and should bring money or wire money or anything like that yeah they said that I could use Western Union they had like HSBC bank accounts they said big Colleen I could pay and so I I went into this the sentinels lab and saw the facility talk with the cameras so I pretended to be interested in making this by but I never actually buy anything and no money exchanged hands for the suspicious of you or I mean was your life in jeopardy possibly yeah well my wife was certainly not thrilled about this at all in any intentionally guy right about this whole harrowing experience and yeah the the lab owner asked me if I was a journalist he was with this kind of muscled beefy driver who would who took us to the lab and I was worried this is gonna be the guy who broke my knee cap found out I was a journalist were there any armed troops there there was not and in fact in China they don't have a lot of guns at all it's not like the Colombian cartels are the Mexican cartels these are businessmen that's the difference they want to make money they want the Chinese government's blasting and third you know violence is bad for business they just want to make money did you have to wear a miles piece or something to protect you from breathing no but one of the chemists when we went into the lab pulled his shirt up over his mouth because of the fumes and they had all the windows open so I was a little bit worried about that how big was the plans it had about five or six different lab rooms on one floor of a new construction building so I thought it was going to be a seedy underground lab but it looks like just a suburban office park there was a fountain in the middle and it had been made recently and it all you know inside it looks like the breaking bad lab but from the outside it just looked like any other office park how would the prices in what quantity would dips people be able to buy they were selling in one kilo pricing so it would be twenty five hundred dollars to three thousand dollars for one kilo kilo was about how many inches by how many inches zero is just one small bag you know one bag of the black bag that's not that big but when you think about it like we said only two grains of rice is enough to have you overdose in one kilo there's literally millions of doses in there in the kilo was call girl Sentinel no offense to the but for only three thousand dollars I mean when you think about it a queue of cocaine it's going to be ten times that much and and cocaine is much less potent than fans and also when you do the math it's just absolutely staggering the end of the fact that you walked away without buying anything that that kind of take them off how did you get out of there I just I said I would get back to them I said you would think about their offers in their pricing and I would get back to my connection and I just ended up not getting back to them one of the the organizations infiltrated when my book when fencing link was published this factory got burned to the ground almost the exact same day you know that my information was published and so I wonder if they were if there was arson involved arson actually has not been ruled out yet so did you think you're going to be stopped at the airport or anything like that I was more worried about the Chinese government actually that I was worried about these lab owners because if you're if you don't have an official journalist visa then they can put you in jail and I didn't want to get one of those official visas because they wouldn't have let me do this under cover weren't exactly that I wanted to do and what did they say we have to have the customs when they were saying why are you are you coming into our country I just said I was a tourist wow and then I your book pops up and they've probably of reddit Nancy in Bellingham Washington hi Nancy go ahead hi incidentally I was just listening to a podcast with you then a while ago interesting yeah and I just tuned in your kind of the end of your talks on not really sure what all you covered but I do want to thank you for this work we covered it all Nancy all of it yeah but what I want to ask you if you cast in it not to take away from the central because that's the topic but in the park as yours also saying that there is a myth about crack cocaine babies and I just want to say as a nurse you can't talk to any nurse anywhere in this country that works in a nursery I don't but I work in a hospital but that this is a very real phenomenon bait crack babies is a real thing and you were saying what the people take cocaine and you know the babies are all okay but if I you know I kind of wonder where you kind of got that idea when I can bring it up because you have such a great spirit in points and I feel that you know it's just yeah I know no I'm not I'm not saying that it's safe for okay to take cocaine or crack while you're pregnant and I'm saying I talk to someone knowledgeable in this industry you add this theory that crack babies was not a real phenomenon but I don't I certainly don't have any proof of that and what is crack cocaine as opposed to the powdered cocaine well it's it's known as free base and so he using baking soda to cook up the cocaine into something that you can smoke and so the crack epidemic was was really killing a lot of people in the eighties in particular gosh never stops doesn't they just think of other innovative ways to use these drugs yeah and you know fentanyl is is just and and all these drugs and and math is becoming a much bigger problem in the US you know we heard about math a lot last decade just arrested two Arkansas professors chemistry professors just like Walter white breaking bad right exactly and so because sentinels cut into Matt to those death rates are rising as well it's going to Bonnie in Kentucky let's see if we have time real fast money go ahead hi yeah yeah just one just one that's all we'll have time for a guy and well I just want you to have how it look for people that because you have a heart attack yes I think you could you suffocate and they're giving them at the hospitals they gave it to me and I think our terribly is that normal what do they give it to you for I had surgery it was wrong I'm in recovery the date given that they are shaking so bad they had to give me demerol to calm me down well I like I don't I don't think that's normal certainly but I will say that when fentanyl is given in a hospital setting these are trained professionals they know how to use the dosage properly Sentinel remains an important drugs in house so that's not to say that if I was a woman giving birth I would want fentanyl in an epidural things like that my wife has has stronger feelings about that than I do but for the most part you don't have to be afraid of hospital funds and then what is an elephant tranquilizer we've heard about two that's sort of car fentanyl and if you think that fentanyl is bad car fentanyl is one hundred times stronger legally since you are making now well that's being made in China as well and that does you killed a lot of people in Ohio places like Florida you know one of those Jurassic Park movies they use card Benson L. as in the dinosaur tranquil and right okay if you think that you know that gives you a sense about strong it is then good luck with the book you're in Saint Louis I saw send your tax in a couple days and we'll try to set up a date to get together okay absolutely well thank you Georgia having me on thank you what a great book so needed federal ink by Ben Westhoff information it coast to coast AM dot com don't miss it this is probably one of the most important subjects I personally have dealt with in a long time it is an epidemic it is a crisis and it's got to be stopped up next we'll talk about a couple near death experiences that changed the life of our guest coast insiders the new version of the coast to coast AM app is now available for iPhone and now android four dot one above.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"I don't I certainly don't have any proof of that and what is crack cocaine as opposed to the powdered cocaine well it's it's known as free base and so he using baking soda to cook up the cocaine into something that you can smoke and so the crack epidemic was was really killing a lot of people in the eighties in particular gosh never stops doesn't they just think of other innovative ways to use these drugs yeah and you know fentanyl is is Justin and all these drugs and and math is becoming a much bigger problem in the US you know we heard about math a lot last decade just arrested two Arkansas professors chemistry professors just like Walter white breaking bad right exactly and so because sentinels cut into Matt to those death rates are rising as well it's going to Bonnie in Kentucky let's see if we have time real fast money go ahead hi yeah and I'll try to be fat just one just one that's all we'll have time for a guy and well I just want you to have how it look for people that because you have a heart attack you just I think you could you suffocate and they're giving them at the hospitals they gave it to me a month ago and have a terribly is that normal what do they give it to you for I had surgery it was wrong I'm in recovery that had given it to me I was shaking so bad they had to give me demerol to calm me down so like I don't I don't think that's normal certainly but I will say that when fence in those given in a hospital setting these are trained professionals they know how to use the dosage properly Sentinel remains an important drugs in hospital that's not to say that if I was a woman giving birth I would want fentanyl in an epidural things like that my wife has has stronger feelings about that than I do but for the most part you don't have to be afraid of hospital funds and then what is that elephant tranquilizer we've heard about two that's a red car fentanyl and if you think that fentanyl is bad car.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:24 min | 9 months ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's the same camera it's the same equipment sometimes it's done under the cover of night and like I said the the government is sometimes giving these companies tax benefits and so it's impossible to know when you met with the planned people under the guise of you're interested in buying did they feel that they try to get you to make a body and just bring money or wire money or anything like that they said that I could use Western Union they had like HSBC bank accounts they said big Colleen I could pay and so I I went into this the sentinels lab and saw the facility talk with the cameras so I pretended to be interested in making this by but I never actually buy anything and no money exchanged hands for the suspicious of you or I mean was your life in jeopardy possibly yeah well my wife was certainly not thrilled about this at all in any intentionally guy right about this whole harrowing experience and yeah the the lab owner asked me if I was a journalist he was with this kind of muscled PC drivers who would who took us to the lab and I was worried this is gonna be the guy who broke my knee cap found out I was a journalist were there any armed troops there there was not and in fact in China they don't have a lot of guns at all it's not like the Colombian cartels are the Mexican cartels these are businessmen that's the difference they want to make money they want the Chinese government's blasting and third you know violence is bad for business they just want to make money did you have to wear a mall to peace or something to protect you from breathing no but one of the chemists when we went into the lab pulled his shirt up over his mouth because of the fumes and they had all the windows open so I was a little bit worried about that how big was the plant it had about five or six different lab rooms on one floor of a new construction building so I thought it was going to be a seedy underground lab but it looks like just a suburban office park there was a fountain in the middle and it had been made recently and it all you know inside it looked like the breaking bad lab but from the outside it just looked like any other office park with the prices in what quantity would dips people be able to buy they were selling in one kilo pricing so it would be twenty five hundred dollars to three thousand dollars for one kilo kilo was about how many inches by how many inches kilo is just one small bag you know one bag of the black bag that's not that big but when you think about it like we said only two grains of rice is enough to have you overdose in one kilo there's literally millions of doses in there in the kilo was call girl Sentinel no offense to know but for only three thousand dollars I mean when you think about it a kilo of cocaine it's going to be ten times that much and and cocaine is much less potent than fans and also when you do the math it's just absolutely staggering the end of the fact that you walked away without buying anything that that kind of take them off how did you get out of there I just I said I would get back to them I said I would think about their offers in their pricing and I would get back to my connection and I just ended up not getting back to them one of the the organizations that I infiltrated when my book when fence ilink was published this factory got burned to the ground almost the exact same day the you know that my information was published in so I wonder if they were if there was arson involved arson actually has not been ruled out yet so did you think you're going to be stopped at the airport or anything like that I was more worried about the Chinese government actually that I was worried about these lab owners because if you're if you don't have an official journalist visa then they can put you in jail and I didn't want to get one of those official visas because they wouldn't have let me do this under cover weren't exactly that I wanted to do and what did they say we have to have the customs when they were saying why are you are you coming into our country I just said I was a tourist wow and then I your book pops up and they've probably of reddit Nancy in Bellingham Washington high Nance go ahead hi on incidentally I was just listening to a podcast that you've been awhile ago interesting yeah and I just tuned in your kind of the end of your talks I'm not really sure what all you covered but I do want to thank you for this work we covered it all Nancy all of it yeah but what I want to ask you what your podcast and not to take away from the central L. because that's the topic but in the park catchers also saying that there is a myth about crack cocaine babies and I just want to say as a nurse you can't talk to any nurse anywhere in this country that works in a nursery I don't but I work in a hospital but that this is a very real phenomenon bait crack babies is a real thing and you were saying what the people take cocaine and you know the babies are all okay but if I you know I kind of wonder where you kind of got that idea when I can bring it up because you have such a great here again points and I feel that you know it's just yeah I know no I'm not I'm not saying that it's safe for okay to take cocaine or crack while you're pregnant and I'm saying I talk to someone knowledgeable in this industry you add this theory that crack babies was not a real phenomenon but I don't I certainly don't have any proof of that and what is crack cocaine as opposed to the powdered cocaine well it's it's known as free base and so he using baking soda to cook up the cocaine into something that you can smoke and so the crack epidemic was was really killing a lot of people in the eighties in particular gosh never stops doesn't they just think of other innovative ways to use these drugs yeah and you know fentanyl is is Justin and all these drugs and and math is becoming a much bigger problem in the US you know we heard about math a lot last decade just arrested two Arkansas professors chemistry professors just like Walter white in breaking bad right exactly and so that because sentinels cut into Matt to those death rates are rising as well it's going to Bonnie in Kentucky let's see if we have time real fast money go ahead hi yeah try to be fat just one just one that's all we'll have time for a guy and well I just want you to have outlook for people that because you have a heart attack I think you could be suffocate and they're giving it a mental hospitals they gave it to me and I think I'll make terribly is that normal what do they give it to you for I had surgery it was I'm in recovery the date given it was shaking so bad I had to give me demerol to calm me down well I like I don't I don't think that's normal certainly but I will say that when fence in those given in a hospital setting these are trained professionals they know how to use the dosage properly fentanyl remains an important drugs in house well that's not to say that if I was a woman giving birth I would want fentanyl in and out but they're all things like that my wife has has stronger feelings about that than I do but for the most part you don't have to be afraid of hospital funds and all then what is that elephant tranquilizer we've heard about two that's a car fentanyl and if you think that fentanyl is bad car fentanyl is one hundred times stronger and to the legally since you are making now well that's being made in China as well and that does.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:18 min | 9 months ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on KTOK

"Over his mouth because of the fumes and they had all the windows open so I was a little bit worried about that how big was the plants it had about five or six different lab rooms on one floor of the new construction building so I thought it was going to be a seedy underground lab but it looks like just a suburban office park there was a fountain in the middle and it had been made recently and it all you know inside it looked like the breaking bad lab the from the outside it just looked like any other office park with the prices and what quantity would dips people be able to buy they were selling in one kilo pricing so it would be twenty five hundred dollars to three thousand dollars for one kilo kilo was about how many inches by how many inches kilo is just one small bag you know one bag of the black bag that's not that big but when you think about it like we said only two grains of rice is enough to have you overdose in one kilo there's literally millions of doses in there in the kilo was call girl Sentinel no offense to them but for only three thousand dollars I mean when you think about it a kilo of cocaine it's going to be ten times that much and and cocaine is much less potent than fans and also when you do the math it's just absolutely staggering but the fact that you walked away without buying anything that that kind of check them off how did you get out of there I just I said I would get back to them I I said I would think about their offers in their pricing and I would get back to my connection and I just ended up not getting back to them one of the the organizations that I infiltrated when my book when fencing link was published this factory got burned to the ground almost the exact same day the you know that my information was published and so I wonder if they were if there was arson involved arson actually has not been ruled out yet so did you think you're going to be stopped at the airport or anything like that I was more worried about the Chinese government actually that I was worried about these lab owners because if you're if you don't have an official journalist visa then they can put you in jail and I didn't want to get one of those officials visas because they wouldn't have let me do this under cover weren't exactly that I wanted to do and what did they say we have to have the customs when they were saying why are you are you coming into our country I just said I was a tourist and then I your book pops up and they've probably of reddit Nancy in Bellingham Washington high Nance go ahead hi on incidentally I was just listening to a podcast with you've been awhile ago interesting yeah and I just tuned in your kind of the end of your talks on not really sure what all you covered but I do want to thank you for this work we covered it all Nancy all of it yeah but what I want to ask you if you're podcast and not to take away from the central because that's the topic but in the park catchers also saying that there is a myth about crack cocaine babies and I just want to say as a nurse you can't talk to any nurse anywhere in this country that works in a nursery I don't but I work in a hospital but that this is a very real phenomenon bait crack babies is a real thing and you were saying lots of people take cocaine and you know the babies are all okay but as far as you know I kind of wondered where you kind of got that idea I kind of bringing it up because you have such a great sphere of influence and I feel that you know it's just yeah I know no I'm not I'm not saying that it's safe for okay to take cocaine or crack while you're pregnant and I'm saying I talk to someone knowledgeable in this industry you add this theory that crack babies was not a real phenomenon but I don't I certainly don't have any proof of that and what is crack cocaine as opposed to the powdered cocaine well it's it's known as free base and so he using baking soda to cook up the cocaine into something that you can smoke and so the crack epidemic was was really killing a lot of people in the eighties in particular gosh never stops doesn't they just think of other innovative ways to use these drugs yeah and you know fentanyl is is Justin and all these drugs and and math is becoming a much bigger problem in the US you know we heard about math a lot last decade just arrested two Arkansas professors chemistry professors just like Walter white breaking bad right exactly and so that because sentinels cut into Matt to those death rates are rising as well it's going to Bonnie in Kentucky let's see if we have time real fast money go ahead hi yeah what about trying to be fat just one just one that's all we'll have time for a guy and well I just wondered how how it look for people that because you have a heart attack I think you could you suffocate and they're giving it a mental hospitals they gave it to me a month ago terribly is that normal what do they give it to you for I had surgery it was wrong I'm in recovery that had given it I was shaking so bad I had to give me demerol to to calm me down so like I don't I don't think that's normal certainly but I will say that when fentanyl is given in a hospital setting these are trained professionals they know how to use the dosage properly Sentinel remains an important drugs in house well that's not to say that if I was a woman giving birth I would want fentanyl in an upper Durrell things like that my wife has has stronger feelings about that than I do but for the most part you don't have to be afraid of hospital sentinels then what is an elephant tranquilizer we've heard about two that's a car fentanyl and if you think that fentanyl is bad car fentanyl is one hundred.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:43 min | 9 months ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Wow and then I your book pops up and they've probably of reddit Nancy in Bellingham Washington hi Nancy go ahead hi on incidentally I was just listening to a podcast with you then a while ago interesting yeah and I just tuned in your kind of the end of your talks I'm not really sure what all you covered but I do want to thank you for this work we covered it all Nancy all of it yeah but what I want to ask you if you're podcast and it's not pretty kick work for the central because that's the topic but in the park because you're also saying that there is a myth about crack cocaine babies and I was going to say as a nurse you can't talk to any nurse anywhere in this country that works in a nursery I don't but I work in a hospital but that this is a very real phenomenon bait crack babies is a real thing and you were saying lots of people take cocaine and you know the babies are all okay but if I you know I kind of wondered where you kind of got that idea when I can bring it up because you have such a great here again points and I feel that you know it's just yeah I know no I'm not I'm not saying that it's safe for okay to take cocaine or crack while you're pregnant and I'm saying I talk to someone knowledgeable in this industry you add this theory that crack babies was not a real phenomenon but I don't I certainly don't have any proof of that and what is crack cocaine as opposed to the powdered cocaine well it's it's known as free base and so he using baking soda to cook up the cocaine into something that you can smoke and so the crack epidemic was was really killing a lot of people in the eighties in particular gosh never stops doesn't they just think of other innovative ways to use these drugs yeah and you know fentanyl is is Justin and all these drugs and and math is becoming a much bigger problem in the US you know we heard about math a lot last decade just arrested two Arkansas professors chemistry professors just like Walter white breaking bad right exactly and so because sentinels cut into mass to those death rates are rising as well it's going to Bonnie in Kentucky let's see if we have time real fast money go ahead hi yeah and I'll try to be fat just one just one that's all we'll have time for a guy and well I just want you to have how it look for people that because you have a heart attack I think you could be suffocate and they're giving them at the hospital they gave it to me a month ago terribly is that normal what do they give it to you for I had surgery and with how I'm in recovery that had given it to me I was shaking so bad I had to give me demerol to to calm me down well I like I don't I don't think that's normal certainly but I will say that when Sentinel is given in a hospital setting these are trained professionals they know how to use the dosage properly Sentinel remains an important drugs in house well that's not to say that if I was a woman giving birth I would want fentanyl in and out but they're all things like that my wife has has stronger feelings about that than I do but for the most part you don't have to be afraid of hospital funds and all then what is that elephant tranquilizer we've heard about two that's sort of car fentanyl and if you think that fentanyl is bad car fentanyl is one hundred times stronger legally since you are making now well that being made in China as well and.

Nancy Bellingham Washington
"professor chemistry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:09 min | 9 months ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Sometimes it's done under the cover of night and like I said the the government is sometimes giving these companies tax benefits and so it's impossible to know when you met with the planned people under the guise of you're interested in buying did they feel that they try to get you to make a body and bring money or wire money or anything like that yeah they said that I could use the Western Union and they had like HSBC bank accounts they said big Colleen I could pay and so I I went into this the sentinels lab and saw the facility talk with the cameras so I pretended to be interested in making this by but I never actually bought anything and no money exchanged hands for the suspicious of you or I mean was your life in jeopardy possibly yeah well my wife was certainly not thrilled about this at all and and yeah I intentionally guy right about this whole harrowing experience and yeah the the lab owner asked me if I was a journalist he was with this kind of muscled PC drivers who would who took us to the lab and I was worried this is gonna be the guy who broke my knee cap found out I was a journalist were there any armed troops there there was not and in fact in China they don't have a lot of guns at all it's not like the Colombian cartels are the Mexican cartels these are businessmen that's the difference they want to make money they want the Chinese government's blasting and third you know violence is bad for business they just want to make money did you have to wear a mouth piece or something to protect you from breathing no but one of the chemists when we went into the lab pulled his shirt up over his mouth because of the fumes and they had all the windows open so I was a little bit worried about that how big was the plant it had about five or six different lab rooms on one floor of a new construction building so I thought it was going to be a seedy underground lab but it looks like just a suburban office park there was a fountain in the middle and it had been made recently and it all you know inside it looked like the breaking bad lab the from the outside it just looked like any other office park how would the prices in what quantity would dips people be able to buy they were selling in one kilo pricing so it would be twenty five hundred dollars to three thousand dollars for one kilo kilo was about how many inches by how many inches zero is just one small bag you know one bag of the black bag that's not that big but when you think about it like we said only two grains of rice is enough to have you overdose in one kilo there's literally millions of doses in there in the kilo was call girl Sentinel no offense now but for only three thousand dollars I mean when you think about it a kilo of cocaine it's going to be ten times that much and and cocaine is much less potent than fence and also when you do the math it's just absolutely staggering the end of the fact that you walked away without buying anything that that kind of check them off how did you get out of there I just I said I would get back to them I said I would think about their offers and their pricing and I would get back to my connection and I just ended up not getting back to them one of the the organizations that I infiltrated when my book when sent in a link was published this factory got burned to the ground almost the exact same day the you know that my information was published in so I wonder if they were if there was arson involved arson actually has not been ruled out yet so did you think you're going to be stopped at the airport or anything like that I was more worried about the Chinese government actually that I was worried about these lab owners because if you're if you don't have an official journalist visa then they can put you in jail and I didn't want to get one of those official visas because they wouldn't have let me do this under cover weren't exactly that I wanted to do and what did they say we have to have the customs when they were saying why are you are you coming into our country I just said I was a tourist and then I your book pops up and they've probably of reddit Nancy in Bellingham Washington high Nance go ahead hi the only I was just listening to a podcast with you then a while ago interesting yeah and I just tuned in your kind of the end of your talks I'm not really sure what all you covered but I do want to thank you for this work we covered it all Nancy all of it yeah but what I want to ask you if you're podcast and not to take away from the central because that's the topic but in the park because you're also saying that there is a myth about crack cocaine babies and I just want to say as a nurse you can't talk to any nurse anywhere in this country that works in a nursery I don't but I work in a hospital but that this is a very real phenomenon bait crack babies is a real thing and you were saying what the people think cocaine and you know the babies are all okay but as far as you know I can only where you kind of got that idea I'm bringing it up because you have such a great here again points and I feel that you know it's just yeah I know no I'm not I'm not saying that it's safe for okay to take cocaine or crack while you're pregnant and I'm saying I talk to someone knowledgeable in this industry you add this theory that crack babies was not a real phenomenon but I don't I certainly don't have any proof of that and what is crack cocaine as opposed to the powdered cocaine well it's it's known as free base and so he using baking soda to cook up the cocaine into something that you can smoke and so the crack epidemic was was really killing a lot of people in the eighties in particular gosh never stops doesn't they just think of other innovative ways to use these drugs yeah and you know Sentinel is is just and and all these drugs and and map is becoming a much bigger problem in the US you know we heard about math a lot last decade just arrested two Arkansas professors chemistry professors just like Walter white in breaking bad right exactly and so that because sentinels cut into Matt to those death rates are rising as well it's going to Bonnie in Kentucky let's see if we have time real fast money go ahead hi yeah and I'll try to be fat just one just one that's all we'll have time for a guy and well I just want you to have how it looked for people that because you have a heart attack I think you could you suffocate and they're giving them at the hospitals they gave it to me a month ago heroplay is that normal what do they give it to you for I had surgery it was wrong I'm in recovery the date given that they are shaking so bad they had to give me demerol to calm me down well I like I don't I don't think that's normal certainly but I will say that when fence in those given in a hospital setting these are trained professionals they know how to use the dosage properly Sentinel remains an important drugs in house so that's not to say that if I was a woman giving birth I would want fentanyl in an upper Durrell things like that my wife has has stronger feelings about that than I do but for the most part you don't have to be afraid of hospital funds and then what is that elephant tranquilizer we've heard about two that's sort of car fentanyl and if you think that fentanyl is bad car fentanyl.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:03 min | 9 months ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Known as free base and so he using baking soda to cook up the cocaine into something that you can smoke and so the crack epidemic was was really killing a lot of people in the eighties in particular gosh never stops doesn't but just think of other innovative ways to use these drugs yeah and you know Sentinel is is Justin and all these drugs and and mass is becoming a much bigger problem in the US you know we heard about math a lot last decade just rest to Arkansas professors chemistry professors just like Walter white in breaking bad right exactly and so because sentinels cut into mass to those death rates are rising as well Bonnie in Kentucky let's see if we have time real fast money go ahead hi yeah yeah just one just one that's all we'll have time for a guy and well I just want you to have hello look for people that because you have a heart attack yes I think you could you suffocate and they're giving them at the hospitals they gave it to me in my account heroplay is that normal what do they give it to you for I had surgery it was I'm in recovery the date given that they are shaking so bad I had to give me demerol hit the calming down well I like I don't I don't think that's normal certainly but I will say that when sense in those given in a hospital setting these are trained professionals they know how to use the dosage properly fentanyl remains an important drugs in house so that's not to say that if I was a woman giving birth I would want fentanyl in enough but they're all things like that my wife has has strong feelings about that than I do but for the most part you don't have to be afraid of hospital sentinels then what is an elephant tranquilizer we've heard about two that's a car fentanyl and if you think that fentanyl is bad car fentanyl is.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

14:42 min | 1 year ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And welcome back. We're back with Dr Paul Paul. We were talking about how you got involved in this. And you said your wife was the one who brought it to your attention. Yes. As I said, the three other people to try to get me involved. But I I was too busy. I didn't want to be labeled as crazy, but my wife is very persuasive. So I did read what she put on my table the afternoon. I was absolutely shocked and nineteen ninety six that wasn't that coincided with the first the publication of I two I q studies from China studies show that kids exposed to high levels afford had lowered I q now run the clock full. We've had sixty I two studies which fifty three show that fits with a high of foreign exposure have lowered I q and now I wanna tell you about the most important paper. And if people listening only read one science. Typic- paper on this issue. This is the one to read it was published on September the nineteenth two thousand seventeen. It was a bombshell. It was a bombshell because it was funded. It was funded by the US government. So the people that promote for it. I finally got around to doing a decent study. It was a twelve year study done by leading experts in the field, and it was based upon three hundred mother offspring pants, and what they did is they may should the levels of fluoride in the urine of pregnant women. So they had a measure of of that gives you a measure of total exposure to those women independent. That's independent of the source. You you mentioned the Florida in the urine. That's your total exposure doesn't matter if it comes from salt, water, whatever then when the children were born they measured their IQ. They make the IQ four and a gain. Between six and twelve and what they found was a very strong association the higher the fluoride levels in the mother's ear in the lower. The I q g increase in the year. One milligram Palita. There was a drop of five to six points. Now that one milligram police is approximately the difference between living in Florida to community and a non Florida community. And in fact in two thousand eighteen they were a study done in Canada, which looked to the levels of fluoride in the urine of pregnant women there throughout kind of large study, and they found almost identical the levels of fluoride in the year end of Canadian women in Florida to communities point eight seven parts per million the level in Mexico City, where the Basha I study was done was points point nine one. So almost identical. So at the level. So which we all Florida eighty there's a very good study. Excellent study they control for every variable. You can think of which shows relationship between the amount of fluoride that a pregnant woman is exposed to join pregnancy and the intelligence of their children, and that's that's really a bombshell. You know, it's huge. Now there are other symptoms where people can literally get sick from too much fluoride. Oh, yeah. You can get sick from too much side. And there there are people are very sensitive to fluoride have a whole whole litany elf of reversible symptoms like tidiness not relief by sleep pains in the joints, rashes and all these kind of things. So there are some people out there that are very sensitive. There are Canaries if you like they are the ones who tell us what it would be like for us if we got higher higher levels. But I think lowering the I q of our children by five IQ points. It's devastating. Just to give you an idea because people got numbers numbers numbers numbers. But if you drop the I q of the puck chelation of the United States by five IQ points, it wouldn't notice much of a difference with the average child, but the result would be you'd have that number of very bright children in society the number of geniuses. If you like the kids with an IQ above one hundred and thirty that fraction would be hauled and the number of kids who are less than IQ than seventy which is the borderline mentally handicapped would increase by about fifty percent. And and that's a devastating thing to do to a country like the United States my God. Yeah. And and yet this this important study was published in environmental health perspectives. It was done by people from the university of Toronto McGill, Indiana, Michigan Harvard Mount Sinai. I mean, we're talking top notch. Scientists did this study, and I can't help feeling that the reason it was funded by the NIH and the EPA if they wanted to show that we were wrong. Olot concerns about the IQ studies done in China. And India was you know, the far fetched. It wasn't real. So they would do a study. Well, they did the study, and they confirmed they confirmed it, but it wasn't covered in the New York Times. It wasn't covered in the Washington Post, and we're not warning pregnant women. I mean, if people could do one thing up to listening to this show, and that is that they know any woman that's pregnant for God's sake. Tell that woman to avoid fluoride during pregnancy. Don't use Florida face dumped, drink Florida water and avoid any source of fluoride. That's a good point. Now, you just came back from Bangladesh. What were you doing there? Oh. My wife, and I were info we've we've been activists Sola lives. In fact, we met as activists in nineteen sixty sixty eight in New York City, and we're involved with the Biafran issue for two years in New York City, and then soon after that we evolved in Bangladesh. And I anyway. I was involved with this struggle. I went in with the freedom fighters with a camera to show, what was going on inside Bangladesh took in medical supplies gift to the villages. And so on. With one hundred and forty Mukti Bahini is with cold. And when I was inside Bangladesh, I found to my horror heard over the Pakistan radio that my wife had been arrested. She had tried to deliver of medicine saris to a village just inside the border, but she was captured by the Pakistan army. So I had to cook get out of Bangladesh wasn't quick. It took us seventy seven nights to get out of out of what was then East Pakistan, and when I got out crossing the border to people in the fields, and they said oh operation that was the name of the group. Your workers have been sentenced to two years imprisonment. She oh my God. So now I had to get back to America. And try to calm down have parents. This is the first time I've seen them after we got married. We got married in New York City in nineteen seventy the next day. We left for Europe. So next time they sold. The son-in-law. He was telling them that have the doors are being arrested for the crime of trying to get help to the people in Bangladesh. Anyway, it was a very very dramatic exciting time for us everything worked out. Well, my wife found she was pregnant when she was in in Jessore prison. And as a result, we named our first child pizza William uji Mucci off to shape who was the hero. The leader of the Bengal is in this whole movement. But the Bangladesh that they've had us now back for the second time because they they really are so obsessed with this liberation movement in nineteen seventy one they set up a huge liberation museum. And we we we provided them with lots of our memorabilia, photographs close and so on a very happy with that. I guess what? I. Fluoride is. But anyway, one of the things which is very dramatic. They they took us to this to the liberation war museum. They showed us all stuff that we put in there. And as a surprise, they produced the captain led the book to Baheen he I went in with a hundred and forty armed to the teeth. They were the captain who led that I hadn't seen for forty eight is and they produced him he was eighty three walking with a stick. But it was the most amazing and emotional moment to meet help with this fellow that have protected. He remember you. Yeah. So cool. So there are only two of us both were both English at the time. I was English now American. So that's what we were doing in Bangladesh. And now we're concerned about the role Ringa, you know, these people that are being persecuted and minima Berrima and. At Bangladesh is very journalists. They look after about a million of these refugees. Do they have fluoride in their water out there, Paul? Oh, no, no. No, no, no. There are areas in the subcontinent where the you've got high natural levels of fly, but very few countries deliberately as fluoride to drinking water. About twenty and of those only ten have more than fifty percent of their water. Chlorinated. Is there any research that compares fluoridated countries would non-fluorinated countries in terms of tooth decay or anything like that? Yes. Yes. The World Health Organization keeps track of tooth decay in twelve year olds in in many different countries, and it from the data you can see the tooth decay as being coming down in twelve year olds from the sixties to the present as rapidly and non-fluorinated conscious as Florida at once. And the difference today is you couldn't tell the difference. So that is not the best science because you know. You know, it's it's very very broad statistics on national level. But you know, if there was a strong relationship, you'd expect it to rise above the noise, but it doesn't, and you know, they've never done a randomized control trial the CTO ethical to demonstrate that swelling Freud actually lows to k so that's pretty dubious is seventy five years. They haven't done the an SAT and one of the reasons for that is the food and Drug administration has never got involved with this issue. Coincidence DA fluoride is an unapproved drug. So we putting an unapproved drug into the drinking water, it's a hazardous waste, and I t George if horrible look into this your hair would fall out it really would I've written a book on this with two other professors, a retired professor of physics retired professor of biology and a retired professor. Chemistry. That's me the case against fluoride. I think people will get a very good idea of the this nonsense. If they read that book, meanwhile, go to our web page fluoride, a look dot and amongst other things you will see that Basha study that I talked about this very important. US government funded study shows this relationship between Florida exposure to pregnant women and lowered I q that's an amazing story. Does does Floride affect other parts of the body other than it's a very toxic substance? It interferes with all kinds of biological systems. And we know that the is it interferes with enzymes. Nobel laureate. An enzyme chemistry opposed fluoridation in the United States people like James Sumner from Cornell. It has enzymes interferes with g proteins, it is a causes oxidative stress. It switches on a plethora of jeans. So the the is a very good review article by Bobby I think in two thousand twelve for those who are into biochemistry so the mechanisms of there, it is absolutely the least scientific public health. Practice of all time, the oral health division of the CDC says this is one of the top ten public health achievements of the twentieth century. Can you believe that the top ten public frauds of transfer? Beijing what happens to your pets like your dog, your cat that might drink tap water? Yeah. Well, one of the things we're concerned about is fifty percent of the fluoride goes into your bones and larger dogs their bones. You know, that large dogs that back legs go after five or six years, and this is possibly the cumulative hip displays you and stuff. That's not good. No, no, good. And and for us humans the first symptoms of skeletal ferocious, which is well known around the world, we've got areas with high natural fried levels the first symptoms like off writers, Paul. How do we know? We see a lot of older people Paul who are with the walkers and kings. How do we know that the Floride hasn't made that happen to them? We go no choice because they have not done the studies as I said earlier on for seventy years, no important, basic studies. Studies on other tissues in the body of of antique they studied teeth teeth teeth as if bodies with teeth with a couple of legs on it. They study the tape to death. But they don't study the thyroid gland. I don't study the brain the bones and the other injured consistent and liver and kidney for those kinds of studies. We've had to go to India and China where they've had high natural levels. And the irony is operatives people say, oh, you can't trust anything from India and China, and they dismiss all these studies and wishes crazy because they they don't have a practice.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:15 min | 1 year ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And welcome back. We're back with Dr Paul Paul. We were talking about how you got involved in this. And you said your wife was the one who brought it to your attention. Yes. I say the three other people to try to get me involved. But I've I was too busy. I didn't want to be labeled as crazy, but my wife is very persuasive. So I did read what she put on my table that afternoon, and I was absolutely shocked and nineteen ninety six that was and that coincided with the first the publication of I two I q studies from China studies show that kids exposed to high levels of fluoride had lowered I q now run the clock forward. We've had sixty IQ studies of which fifty three show that kids with a high of foreign exposure have lowered I q and now I wanna tell you about the most important paper. And if people listening only read one science. Typic- paper on this issue. This is the one to read it was published on September the nineteenth two thousand seventeen. It was a bombshell. It was a bombshell because it was funded. It was funded by the US government. So the people that promote for it. I finally got around to doing a decent study. It was a twelve year study done by leading experts in the field, and it was based upon three hundred mother offspring pass. And what they did is they measured the levels of fluoride in the urine a pregnant women. So they had a measure of of that gives you a measure of Tokyo exposure to Freud of those women independent. That's independent of the source. You you mentioned the Florida in the urine. That's your total exposure doesn't matter if it comes from salt, water, whatever then when the children were born they made it their I q they mentioned the I q four and a gain. Between six and twelve and what they found was a very strong association the higher the fluoride levels in the mother's ear in the lower the IQ increase in the urine of one milligram Pelita. There was a drop of five to six IQ points. Now that one milligram police is approximately the difference between living in a Florida to community and a non Florida community. And in fact in two thousand eighteen there was a study on in Canada. We look to the levels of fluoride in the urine a pregnant women there throughout kind of large study, and they found almost identical the levels of fluoride in the year end of Canadian women in Florida to communities just point eight seven parts per million that level in Mexico City where the bashing study was done was points point nine one. So almost identical. So at the levels, which we all Florida eighty there's a very good study. Excellent study they control for every variable. You can think of which shows a relationship between the amount of fluoride that a pregnant woman is exposed to join pregnancy and the intelligence of their children, and that's that's really a bombshell. No, it's huge. Now there are other symptoms where people can literally get sick from too much fluoride. Oh, yeah. You can get sick from too much. So I'd and there are people are very sensitive to Floyd have a whole whole litany of of reversible symptoms. Like tidiness not relieved by sleep pains in the joints, rashes, and all these kind of thing. So there's some people out there that are very sensitive. There are Canaries if you like they are the ones who tell us what it would be like for us if we got higher higher levels. But I think lowering the IQ of our children by five IQ points. It's devastating. Just to give you an idea because people got, you know, numbers numbers numbers numbers. But if you drop the I q of the puck relation of the United States by five IQ points, it wouldn't notice much of a difference for the average child. But the result would be you'd have the number of very bright children in society, the number of genius. If you like the kids with an IQ above one hundred and thirty that fraction behoved and the number of kicks your lesson. IQ less seventy which is borderline mentally handicapped would increase by about fifty percent. And and that's a devastating thing to do to a country like the United States my God. Yeah. And and yet this this important study was published in environmental health perspectives. It was done by people from the university of Toronto McGill, Indiana, Michigan Harvard Mount Sinai. I mean, we're talking top notch. Scientists did this study, and I can't help feeling that the reason it was funded by the NIH and the EPA if they wanted to show that we were wrong. The Olah concerns about the IQ studies done in China. And India was you know, the farfetched it wasn't real. So they would do a study. Well, they did the study, and they confirmed they confirmed it, but it wasn't covered in the New York Times. It wasn't covered in the Washington Post, and we're not warning pregnant women. I mean, if if if people can do one thing after listening to this show, and that is that they know any woman that's pregnant for God's sake. Tell that woman to avoid fluoride join pregnancy don't use Florida to face. Don't drink Florida water and avoid any source of fluoride. That's a good point. Now, you just came back from Bangladesh. What were you doing there? Oh, my wife, and I were info we've we've been activists still alive. In fact, we met as activists in nineteen sixty sixty eight in New York City, and we're involved with the Biafrans issue for two years in New York City, and then soon after that we evolved in Bangladesh. And I I do. I was involved with this struggle. I went in with the freedom fighters with a camera to show, what was going on inside. Bangladesh took in medical supplies to give to the villages. And so on one hundred and forty Mukti Bahini is cold. And when I was inside Bangladesh, I found to my horror over the Pakistan radio that my wife had been arrested. She had tried to deliver of medicine and salaries to a village just inside the border, but she was captured by the Pakistan army. So I had to cook get out of Bangladesh's wasn't quick. It took us seventy seven nights to get out of out of what was then East Pakistan, and what I got out crossing the border to people in the fields. And they said oh operation. That was the name of the group. Your workers have been sentenced to two years imprisonment. She oh my God. So now I had to get back to America. And try to calm down have parents. This is the first time I've seen them after we got married. We got married in New York City in nineteen seventy the next day we left for Europe. So next time they saw the son-in-law. He was telling them that their daughter being arrested for the crime of trying to get help to the people in Bangladesh. Anyway, it was a very very dramatic exciting time for us everything works out. Well, my wife found she was pregnant when she was in in Jessore prison. And as a result, we named our first child pizza William uji Mucci off to shape Jeep who was the hero. The leader of the Bengal is in this whole movement. But the Bangladesh that they've had us now back for the second time because they they really. So obsessed with this liberation movement in nineteen seventy one they set up a huge liberation museum. And we we provided them with lots of our memorabilia photographs articles. And so on a very happy with that. I guess what? I. Florida's. But anyway, one of the things which is very Connectik. They took us to this to the liberation war museum. They showed us all the stuff that we've put in there. And as a surprise, they produced the captain led the book to Baheen he and I went in with a hundred and forty onto the teeth. They were the captain who led that I hadn't seen for forty eight is and they produced him he was eighty three walking with a stick. But it was the most amazing and emotional moment to meet help with this fellow had protected. He remember you. Yes. So cool. So there are only two of us both both English at the time. I was in this now American so that's what we were doing in Bangladesh. And now we're concerned about the role Ringa, you know, these people that are being persecuted in minima Miramar and the at Bangladesh is very generous. They look after about a million of these refugees. Do they have fluoride in their water out there, Paul? Oh, no, no, no, no, no. There are areas in the subcontinent where the you've got high natural levels of fly, but very few countries deliberately at fluoride to drinking water about twenty and of those only ten have more than fifty percent of their water. Is there any research that compares fluorinated countries would non-fluorinated countries in terms of tooth decay or anything like that? Yes. Yes. We'll help organize. Sation keeps track of tooth decay and twelve year olds in many different countries, and it from that day to you can see the tooth decay as being coming down in twelve year olds from the sixties to the present as rapidly and non forty countries as Florida it once and the difference. Today's is you couldn't tell the difference. So that is not the best science because you know, it's it's very very broad statistics on national level. But you know, if there was a strong relationship, you'd expect it to rise about the noise, but it doesn't, and you know, they've never done a randomized control trial the AUSSIE ethical to demonstrate that swelling throat, actually lows tooth decay. So that's pretty dubious to seventy five years. They haven't done the SAT and one of the reasons for that is the food and Drug administration has never got involved with this. Issue. The coincidence. DA Floride is an unapproved drug. So we're putting an unapproved drug into the drinking water, it's hazardous waste, and I t George if horrible look into this your hair would fall out it really would I've written a book on this for two other professors retired professor of physics retired professor of biology and every time professor chemistry. That's made the case against Floride. I think people will get a very good idea of the this nonsense. If they read that book, meanwhile, go to our webpage fluoride alert dot hog, and among other things you will see that Basha study that I talked about this very important. US government funded study shows this relationship between Florida exposure to pregnant women and lowered I q that's an amazing story. Does does Floride affect other parts of the body other than? It's a very toxic substance. It interferes with all kinds of biological systems. I mean, we know that for is. It interferes with enzymes. Nobel laureate. An enzyme chemistry opposed fluoridation in the United States people like James, some from Cornell is but enzymes interferes with g proteins, it is it causes oxidative stress. It switches on a plethora of jeans. So the the there's a very good review article by Bobby I think in two thousand twelve for those who are into biochemistry so the mechanisms of their it is absolutely the least scientific public health practice of old time, the oral health division of the CDC says this is one of the top ten public health achievements of the twentieth century. Can you believe that the top ten public frauds of the transfer? Beijing what happens to your pets like your dog, your cat that might drink tap water? Yeah. We're one of the things we're concerned about is a fifty percent of the floor..

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But we do have the means to fight it with Floride simple of water. Could it be pure drinking water or should it have chemicals added to it with the intention of improving the benefits of fluoride for our teeth would be known for years. But adding it to our water is one of the most resisted ideas of all time fuelling suspicion. No votes for fluoride should ever speak of democracy. The only reason I interface with our freedoms suffer from to thank the story of fluorides bumpy rise to fame and the controversies around it starts to the element. It comes from flooring. I'm professor on an investigation of discovery from the BBC World Service. I'll be looking at how flooring the element referred to affectionately by some chemists as the tiger of the periods able has helped us to live better, healthier lives and have more. Sparkling smiles fluorine atoms are everywhere in our daily lives when you wake open brush your teeth of sodium fluoride is is in the Walter an annual toothpaste, professor chemistry Dharam university Graham, Sanford, they go downstairs you walking along the counterfeit. Well, that will have a flora carbon coating to to make sure no all your log, Walter all wine stains the carpet. You'll fridges refrigerant is a flora while Cain. The coke way is a cashflow coated. And also if you're checking out the overnight football goes on though. Vile phone first of all your phone may be coated with a protective layer of flora carbon system that stops Walter from ingress into the fold. Also the battery that they're lithium battery that's within the mobile phone. There's a lot of fluorinated electrolyte systems within so you hold it. In your hand, quite a few different applications of fluorine atoms from the screen to the protective quoting to their battery to the design and the manufacturing of the silicon chips themselves, the element fluorine is deeply intertwined in our.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on Discovery

Discovery

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on Discovery

"This is the BBC. So these are just the purify song, mine key what Austraia's to get a nice. And in than that, we know who is Hunter said phosphorus which he continues to fill the None of chiefly in a lab at UCL postgraduate student. Martin heart is gently warming some phosphorus in a Flask under vac week heats the old stuff then can incident on. So you a cold thing though, is because of some lovely Hubbard's hoping go Ole incredibly Pule what phosphorus us? This liquid not shouldn't. If we used to cool down the finger and allow the supplementation all to Foster's onto the pro, the philosopher's sublime It vaporized and then sticks to a glass surface. The cold that his cooled with liquid nitrogen. What he's talking about is purifying one of the most dangerously flammable materials ever discovered white phosphorus. We can just kick this of law. Eight. The result is a white solid who will ignite instantaneously if it meets air. This is chemistry with most extreme, the chemistry of one of the strangest elements. In the Perry table. I am under their Saleh Professor chemistry ECO, and we're here for this edition of discovery for BBC, World Service. This is my lab, and I want to tell you about phosphorus in the extraordinary contributions it has made to our lives tour wars into our politics. You could start to see it very, very. Lately slow from two. Sublime from the the womb to the vessel onto the probe which is being who fraud and they cannot share what Martin's doing. In essence, distilling phosphorus echoes the legend of the discovery of the element around sixteen sixty nine ironically, a few years after the great fire of London. The German alchemist Hennick brunt collected large vats of urine, which he boiled down to a paste and after adding charcoal to the gun just left in the Flask, he heated the mixture and a furnace to a temperature of over fifteen 100 degrees. An astonishing achievement in itself. Out of his Flask drip to strange luminous liquid The burned fiercely an air, and that he was able to collect is a solid underwater where it continued to glow, gently the material came to be known as phosphorus from the Greek word false meaning the lights and foreign to bring and across Europe. Other alchemists and protocol Mus tried to copy Brandt's result. He finally revealed it in a moment of carelessness Wall bragging in a pub and the secret rapidly spread to his colleagues in competitors. The fact that phosphorus is so inflammable made it the obvious way to start fires. And light candles and went to British entrepreneurs. Albright and Wilson developed a process, take animal bones and extract the phosphorus from them. The scene was set for phosphorus to be incorporated into people's everyday lives in matches that rate found a key industry that you couldn't do without, but you didn't get anything in return on, Do you had no food, no hot water, No lie saying nothing without matches. I will match his everywhere in every house in every room and every 10 him and so on every street corner. This is Louise raw social historian and author of striking a light. The story of the now legendary nineteenth-century industrial dispute involving the workers in a match factory in East London. Their strike was seen as laying the foundations of the trade union movement, and he's all because the heads of nineteenth century matches contained a small amount of phosphorus. The end is deep into the white phosphorous bombs. The DYP has now those are generally boys and men. This is the one part of the production process which is not just on exclusively by women and girls. So that was the most dangerous Jope. Both work-for-food mixed with glue wind-fall Israel. That's riot police hush and whatever else has lots of different types of matches different mixture. But it's the white phosphorous that s- k and what she's so deadly and such a horrific toxin. But it also being so incredibly flammable. It makes a kind of matches a best seller which scooter Lucifer appropriately enough given how awful The effects on people's health were. The WTO bore one song pack up. He troubles in euro kit bag. I sing while as Lucifer to light your fag smile. I one thing. Smile, boys, smile. Luke To learn your fat. Smiled boys, that's the style. But what made these matches so popular with the you could get them delight almost anywhere You could strike against a wall or against your shoe? Any Rough Surface? It was spectacular. But the fact that there was phosphorus in the head had a terrible downside for those who made them sitting in factories inhaling the vapour day in and day out had some horrendous consequences. It would starts wave teeth, fake and swelling of the face and allow its you'll This was far or Fossey jaw an occupational disease. The took a terrible toll on the match woman. The winning was so desperate for word. They can Felix They will little catchy surround their neck and scarves, and they pull them out to conceal it Because if they didn't a full men, if they so he with an ever-swelling face would Sacchi because they didn't want case says a four-seat you on that books. I want both about your health, But I didn't want you to report you to the fat. Train inspectors. What would then happen was that you would you would start to decay While you still alive and accounts say that it was the smell it was the was the smell of your body, boxing bicycling while you're alive. Huge abscesses in the jaw and bits of bone, the size of pays apparently would work their way out through these apps as just horrific. Horrible. Even families couldn't stand to have sufferers under the roof. So later veteran 'Spect his find match workers living on the outskirts of towns and cities almost like you might imagine lepers Leisa doing it in the final stages. This disease just at awful disease know everybody died. But those that did Beijing on the brain hemorrhaging It was just an awful way to go And nothing that could be done about it. And I plastic surgery over sleigh Then. So the best you could hopeful was to have all the flesh kosh away And Gino false teeth screwed Aiden. Lynch got screw Street in to replace the tastes that you've lost. So just really, really just awful conditions in the factory were terrible. There was no ventilation and no respect from the work or escape from the phosphorous that which is particles in the air and everywhere that was not Canteen. There was no food provided. So you'd see the women and girls unwrap a bit of bread, put it on the side if there were bench. And by the time they go chance to each said, Of course, you can imagine the Foster's Posco's in the air have filtered down on to the bread. So the goal of deadly seasoning. And that's because working class, women and girls would have missing teeth and holes in in that gums can afford the dentist. That Dave, The poisoning really easy roots in to the job on this factory, which today is a block of apartments for the well off on the doorstep of the City of London belong to Bryant in May than the leading matchmakers the British empire. It was a business of huge significance, literally lighting, the fires and the candles from London to Calcutta and said, they were incredibly in with politicians if the day great connections, friends in high places. And there's a statue of William Gladstone on the by road to this day, which Bryant in May made their work has pay very generously to Iraq settle of rarely an creeping up to the powers-that-be. And that's why even when other countries ban white phosphorus coming from the the late 1800s We don't until well into the the nineteen tens because the government says, Well, we counts upset Brian Tomase profits that two important to the economy. The workforce in their match factors consisted largely of women, especially girls mostly poor Irish emigrants while the roller HOV worked on the docks in the engineering projects Vitor inland. But can. Asians got so bad that in eighteen 88 They took on the might of these powerful businessmen and they won. It started with the sacking of a popular woman who is accused of contributing to a left-wing publication criticizing conditions in the factory, but very quickly their protest became a revolt against those conditions. And they gathered wide support as the public learned more and more about the reality. The match women's lives. A tight starts to ten quite quickly and match me, right clever. They go to parliament and meet with and pace and tell them about their lies. And this was so shocking to have. Yeah, women who pool when the inside edge One goal his twelve because he's a very, very young women and girls sweep solve hub on it, and shows that she's actually bulled onto her hat because she's it pallets of matches on her heads since infancy such as has completely worn away. Now that's brilliant. And what they tell me pays really change things. They realized that this is a pooling that the woman a telling the truth, They launch an independent investigation, and the public me begins to shift really foster. Then you see pay posts completely on the match from insides, brought in my really getting dragged in the press that still angry that still hostile. This still saying, It's all lies in where wonderful employers in its is these rights under the beds. These wretched socialists have stood things out, but very quickly set a two-week strike around two weeks. Things ton against them on its own. So the embarrassment of the Liberal MPs and clergymen, he would being exposed in the press as shareholders, but the extraordinaire success that the women, how what impact of that have on British society more more widely? How are they viewed by other women in the country? It's absolutely huge. The impact it's reading, cripple. I fen being history cake, SAT and looked to instant instances if strikes around this time. And before this time in the right of strike, shoots up all around London and then spreading through the country and to Ireland and Scotland as well. This is a wave strike just sweep the country Walk us. You've never been allowed to unionize the poorest the most explosive Use strikes to demand the right to form unions omega hundreds of thousands of people joining unions over the next few years. So it all starts with the

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Didn't sign it right the critical thinkers design of fact i'm reading here it say fox news story of course there quoting a chemistry professor i do wanna miss this ladies name because the she'll probably become a target so i'm not going to mention her name of a choose a chemistry professor chemistry chemistry is is is there a more pure sciencethemed chemistry i mean i'm gonna go with no i just don't see how the it's like math it's just there are if you find people in chemistry that just these are the science purists anyway she is a chemistry professor as she told the student newspaper you know she did not signed this petition to stop free speech week or to tell her students not to come to class or to also announced that i'm not coming to campus because i just don't feel safe is a professor she told the student whose paper that she plans on holding her class as planned because quote i have a job to do oh wow fancy that work ethic uh i have a job to do i'm getting paid to teach chemistry i will show up and teach chemistry and i expect by students to be there as well so uh milo yannopoulos berkeley patriot they're trying to you to put this thing together featured speakers are benny shapiro they say that end the culture is going to be there and who's the other guy there's one more person steve bannon steve bannon seabed who the hated steve bannon steve bannon milos putting up a lot of the money to do this you scheduled to speak their three of the four days worth of events of course last time he water to speak was in february of ever at all hell broke loose campus was tore up and you see berkeley had to cancel the two hours before he's spoke because the demonstrators got their way they did what they wanted to do that kept him from speaking there is throwing smoke bombs and they're breaking windows and p bags have poop bags and all that kind of stuff so this is going down next week at berkeley we'll wait and see we will wait and see jerry brown's out they're calling.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Take away from the book is quote humans need to keep exploring through open ended scientific research by obviously you're saying there's there's limits on the open ended nece of that well or at least the the applications of it right i think you know to forge ahead without thoughts about the consequences of one's work is is just the'responsible i remember back a piece omar conference i remember covering that back in the seventies them with with paul berg the do feel like we're at that moment now absolutely you know and paul berg and and david baltimore two of the scientists who were involved in those early discussions around the ethics molecular cloning have been incredibly a helpful in thinking through the ethical challenges with gene editing mmm so we're what would you like to see happen now well i you know of course i i think that you know encouraging scientists and and with the rest of the world to embrace this technology for what it can do and to move ahead with the opportunities to use it tip solve real human problems as you know is is great and should the encouraged at the same time i think we have to continue have a very active discussion about appropriate use of this technology and encourage of responsible activities around the world because you can get your own home kit now chris burkett camp to again all right we'll both reliever the're roof agenda for down the professor chemistry molecular and cell biology uc berkeley co author of a really good barker of summer reading too quick redeem amounts got some nice technical stuff into a crack and creation gene editing and the impeccable power to control of lucia thank you dr governor for taking time to have you with us today great to talk to you ira you're welcome after the break a general relative seventy predicted it put albert einstein called the experiment impossible and now the impossible has been done and it involves weighing us dr using the light bending ability of mass in space and really interesting stuff huntaway a star with gravity coming up after the break stay with us i am i replayed oh this is science friday from pierra support for science friday comes from destination medical center a strategic economic initiative in rochester minnesota to of global destinations.

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"professor chemistry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"professor chemistry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With them all the time i'm on the show i'm a professor chemistry eight you seattle this is allowed which specializes and being able to collect electricity hold onto it so that it's available on rainy day in this of course one of the really great challenges in the field of both chemistry and of course ninja nearing now there were a bunch of different types of electrical and she storage such is using electricity to pump or to high into a talent than you have to get fall down through a tough behind when unique that amateurs steve back i don't come across philly wales originally developed a formula one cause that stew energy in an almost fortune the spinning weirdo that these kinds of electrical storage will be past least near source that develops the power where's get off would rather have power on and at his height which means we're going to look at one particular talk a technology to release the reason their cole batteries his because some of the earliest right you made using calling us and if you take coins of different times silver coins and cover coins and you put a little bit of felt noise and felt in between what you find is that if you take a weiner off the top and the bottom of the stack and that's jacquies cold apply oh and then if you take a series of these piles you make a battery because you have all these devices acting together if you touch that against your time you feel of shock an interesting with the first person whoever did this on the sound of all time was absolutely astonished because he could get he's time to twitch when he connected these two up you know the words he could generate electricity from chemistry so three contains chemicals that store energy and then when the batteries connected to a so kids that is chemicals we act when he seemed that terms in making an matchup energy about trees today still work along these lines but the ten knowledge in his evolved there's been a continuous attempts to come up with it ever better and more stable that so much of chemistry.

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