18 Burst results for "Quia"
"quia" Discussed on Men, This Way
"It. So then I created A. A weekly Zoom community where we. Keep refreshing, keep reminding so it's the practice and there's A. It's a thirty five dollar monthly subscription where every Monday. Mindset Mondays we jump in. And we just because it's a practice. You just have to keep reminding you gotTA. Keep speaking yourself into Because the moment we live. There's a few people that are charged right now. I want to say to you. You know before you get off. When you get off in his live because we talked about so much stuff, and there's a lot of emotions. Do something that makes you feel good play. Some good music make united snack or a smoothie I don't know where you're on the world I've you see I've been drinking water the whole time? Drink some water because anytime. You deal with things that can stir up trauma. Some of US may not know it, but you may be sympathetic nervous system, even though you're inspired, but sometimes. You can get charged in a way. You're not aware of it, so listen to some good music. Some reggae light a candle go get Nebraska for a a walk in the woods. If you've got if you got him totally yeah yeah. So I teach very practical, but. Couldn't it? And they can find that on your instagram page Lincoln Bio bio go. You'll see the outline of the program and then from there. You just hit the register. I'll email you. We'll keep it moving. And I want to think. Well I want to thank everybody for the for the district comments and we've been seeing them all and no Arjuna knob locked in a conversation here, but I've been seen everybody that's commented. Got Quia. If you mum if you're falling Arjuna, we're going to get kicked off here because again. We're hitting the second hour. We went we of course. I. Love It is good. This is so good I think what I'll probably do are. Made. Even just make this our pot. My put this on my podcast men. This way as the interview might be able to do that, so. I'll take a figure if I can do that, but. Brother, you have beautiful man. I am so honored and blessed to be in this in this group in this man cave with you, my friends. You are a teacher. You're my brother. You're beautiful. You are beautiful man and and I love you. Man and I wish I could give you a big hug right now, but thank you so much for having this conversation with me. A God bless. All of you man a we learn from each other man you know. We stand next we stand side by side. You know what I'm saying. Even though the screens have a stack, we stand side by side. Yeah, and and everybody's energy. Appreciate your energy. You know I can feel the love the support you guys showed for each other in the space. This is what the world needs to see. This is what we need to activate more. Yeah we can all have our beliefs have what we think..
"quia" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The president of the United States is engaged in a cover up and cover up cover up of what a cover of a crime. He didn't commit a fact, there never was a crime that Muller was looking for was always a counterintelligence investigation. I never was a crime was not given a crime. They looked for a crime. They were hoping to make up some crimes, and they did make up some crimes for Manafort and Flynn, but they were unable to make any crimes about about Trump. Let's covering up. He's not covering up anything, the fact is, that's what she's got a Saint placate, the rabid members of her caucus who want to start impeachment. Proceedings. Now she's got a hold them off, while making them think it's eventually going to happen then yesterday. This is in the rose garden, the president speaking to reporters after having walked out of his meeting with Pelosi and Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi just before meeting made the statement that we believe that the president of the United States, his engaged in a cover-up, stop the stop the tape. It req-. It does. He sound angry. You does. He sound unbalanced to you does the president sound like he's on the edge. Verge of losing it here. Does he sound as though he is not holding it together? That's because that's what Pelosi was deemed. He was out of his mind. He was angry. He stalked out of the meeting. Listen to this and see if that is how you would describe Trump, Nancy Pelosi just before meeting made a statement that we believe that the president of the United States, his engaged in a cover up instead of walking in happily into a meeting. I walk into look at people that are just said that I was doing a cover up. I don't do cover-ups. So here's the bottom line. There was no collusion. It was no obstruction. I've said from the beginning right from the beginning that you probably can't go down two tracks. You can go down the investigation track, and you can go down the investment track, or the track of let's get things done for the American people. All of a sudden, I hear last night, they can have a meeting right before this meeting to talk. About the I word the I word can you imagine the impeachment word so. Last night, ladies and gentlemen, I am. I'm watching cable news, because I had to get back up to speed. I've off the grid for couple days. I'm crash coursing last night getting up and I'm I, I saw a doesn't matter who they're all the same names are interchangeable thinking is identical as this drive by media reporter at just fuming just fuming at Trump for saying you can't do both presidents have to realize she said that they get investigated presidents have to realize constitution gives the congress, the right to oversight, and to investigate them and the president should not expect any different treatment from any previous president. And the fact that he will not engage in legislation and decay, she Asians for logistician while being investigated. She just kept harping on the constitution and how Trump is violating everything. How he has a duty to do both? He has a duty to sit there and be investigated. He has a duty this. There and work with the Democrats to help the Democrats get done what the Democrats want to get done. He's got a duty to do that this what she was saying. And it was it was vacant all she kept going back to the constitution and its claim in article one, the house, the congress has oversight of the executive branch, this isn't oversight. What they're doing is not oversight. They're, they're, they're attempting to get Trump thrown out of office. And of course, this info babe reporter at will not speak of it in that regard. She'll me talk about, well, this is a mandated duty house, as duty to investigate the president came out of office. He deserves to be the president has duty to cooperate that ever. She said, that's a bunch of hokum. So this Trump said, has really set them off the fact that it's either going to be legislation or no legislate, because we're if you guys are going to keep up with this investigation. We're not working on anything together, and they, they are beside them, they're use to Republicans caving. They're used to Republicans giving in there used to Republicans, maybe putting up a phony fight of resistance. But eventually at quia thing, Trump is an they continue to be at their wit's end because Donald Trump does not play in any way like every other Republican of ever dealt with and succeeded in intimidating or worse. Quick time out my folks back in a moment..
"quia" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"And it's like constable realize that as well because he said in a paragraph for this chapter on the sky baseds that win though is studying them they had to be lot hotted about him. And he's research colleagues. See Coles of the sock logic, psychological impact of these unknown terrorists. He said the site of these quia plasmatic Fornah in photographs was sufficient to repel sensitive people, otherwise interested in UFO's. So it was like it was almost kind of breaking the mold for P who convinced that you oppose with Justice nuts and bolts thing he said motion pitches, we've captured off them sometimes caused psychically sensitive persons to bolt from the room during the screenings so people the the other person that I recently remember mentioning these is a remember her name. Now the same research reported seeing the Clive's she had a third. I yeah, you could see count. Remember entities attaching to people in all the dementia. That's our other clubs. They get stopped nether regions. Yeah, she categorized always entities in other dimensions. But she said once that she couldn't categorize where these we'd kind of almost jellyfish like things that would float around, then she couldn't penetrate. What they're put us was what their intention was. But they'll somehow just there. So it's interesting that psychically sensitive people. He says would be so freaked out by video of these things that that run away. He said numerous persons today who have tampered chemically with their perceptions by ingesting LSD have become aware of these strange organisms. He said back in nine hundred fifteen fifty seven fifty eight however few people were willing to attempt chemical extensions of perception and prime knowledge of the critics was confined to learn it and accomplish a cultist. So he's pointing out when hated the majority of these research on these things because this book, I'm writing from much later. They didn't have access to that field of knowledge LSD wasn't really out there. Yeah. People went reporting those experiences. So it's interesting now. Now in the cosmic pulse of life, which was kind of like a like a wrap-up of bullied discovered in his lifetime. That was the light. Fifties wasn't late fifties. Not in sixties nothing. It's much much. Let it in that. And a I'm rating from the full edition. So maybe he's changed a little bit of time. But yeah, I mean he was saying he says on another pot. He needs fob at a younger minds to tackle this. So that's interesting though, because I immediately thought of that again, this is something people say when they're under the influence of DM, tea or other hallucinogens, it's certainly something that I want to explore potentially on some future shows and go into his work. I didn't do it today because I've just got so much that I couldn't cram it in so really for this show. I focused more on even though it's Ganic an actual physical being mold routes and bolts as opposed to the metaphysical the people seeing they're not under the influence. Absolutely. And this is what's really important ours. There are so many cases of people that are not under the influence of alcohol. Not that alcohol makes people hallucinate for the most part, but then under the influence of mind altering substances. Drugs or anything else that are encountering these things. It's not in sleep states. It's actual waking state where they encounter something. Like can't explain so going back to Nasser actually on. I wanted to mention this before I move into. Where might I must say NASA must be up to something dodgy. I don't want completely accuse them of of going too far. But I don't know there was this strange case now all linked to this footage in the show notes administration of vista dog. So you can check it out for yourself. And you can even listen to the audio the radio transmissions of the astronauts that will watching it. But in nineteen ninety six I think it was the space shuttle Columbia, let me just confirm that for you. Yes. It was a special Columbia it had launched out. And it was testing something called the S T S seventy-five, essentially, it was this tethered satellite system that was going to deploy this bull and the bull would be deployed after over a vast distance and from it would be this long cable. And they believe though, a conducting this experiment with this cable that would be. Able to pull energy from the upper atmosphere. It was a really clever idea. But something went wrong in the process. I don't know if it's snapped..
"quia" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"So my reacting to it, maybe she wouldn't have. But that would just like we can just do that. Right. And the answer is clear. Yes. And I think that that sort of leads into one of my criticisms from a filmmaking perspective, which is that the characters acted in ways that didn't seem to match the dialogue that body language or the situation of the film all like proceeding any kind of logical manner from scene to scene, and yet part of that was just a very clunky. Dial even the bids that went out literally I let being right out very much felt like they were. Yes, them reading as agile recall over room. I have writing dialogue for old fashioned people in the old times. And yet the soundtrack which you've already mentioned is very modern yet. We just a lot of incoherent creative decisions being made all the reviews. I read of this film that talked about the soundtrack on a lot of them did talk negatively about this outback and be like what was that? Why did they choose that said that it was chosen apologize nor streamed? It was chosen. Because they were trying to kind of connect with him on audience and make it feel like these women could have been alive and had relationships like this and so on in the modern day. But and I think the way you do that is by showing them as very like human women who have experiences that are very easily identifiable to you as the Monday person, which shouldn't be hard, given the massive character these women, but no, yeah. Just I realize. Just wasn't very good relationship. Ivan feel very convinced by their relationship at all either. Yes, sir. I felt that Virginia seemed largely cold, and is interested throughout the film, kind of belied actions in the film, like the actions the vitual ways in which the plot contrives to react to veto didn't seem to really match up with Halley, presented her character. And yet in also just the fact that she then proceeds to write Orlando about this person that for lodge swathes of the film. She doesn't seem particularly interested in even after they are in a relationship, which you to hear a resume savage court from her review about this topic short yet all along straight lines and shop angles Vicki's Virginia moves to the jerky of a long legged waiting bird picking its way across the small for the unblinking says which passed between the women who. Is love almost from the moment. They meet there was little to suggest much of a connection between the two. I think that's accurate. I think that was was to be he did the initial part of the meeting reasonably well like I got the impression of someone. Who is Elizabeth like what someone is interested me? This is fake. I don't really get it which seemed to be what the film was going fall. But then they ever really progressed beyond. But at the same time that rating the few of love letters, obviously wrong, the text of those lessons, they are very passionate about HMO, and they are really interested in each other's lives. And they're really interested in the other person. Inches. Did not come across in the film at all. I read one review which I don't agree with it. All. Written by a woman, and she said, you know, us straight man, what in this movie might think they were very distant. All I read this review. Yeah. And then she basically said, but I'll quia audience would not feel that because them were used to having to have their relationships through co the glances and. So on okay. I have a very specific response to this. Because this is kind of moving onto this little what the film says about queer issues, which is to say not a lot because the thing is that for large portions of this film that not really interacting in spaces where they have to be carded about their reactions like the best social group has a pretty quick group..
"quia" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"I women trying to leave the field or somebody who is perceived as a woman trying to leave that females fear is a much more interesting and transgressive act at the time. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. Yeah. I wanted to sort of say. In a general sense. Because this is something I think I feel fairly strongly about just in terms of what Queen us is. We have these kind of conversations all the time about, you know, this experience queers, this identity quia new data queer thing. And I think at some point like we have to accept that. What's quia changes from context context? That's really like different societies have different conceptions of what is normal in terms of gender sexuality, and what is transgressive and something that we think is transgressive might have been totally normal in the time in place that it happened a year. And so I like from position like a woman writing poetry yet. A woman writing apply is not remotely transgressive but women loving another woman is yeah. And I think while both were to some degree transgressive time writing that play was a much more transgressive act. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. So yeah, that's paying good. I'm definitely gonna go in rate a bunch more about what's up. Now. I'm gonna have to translate that by logical. I read for us. It has a bunch of information about like light alive in time as a Buddhist monk. Okay. So maybe another day. We'll do a second episode on Sol where Iran who speaks Chinese and I'm sorry. I was totally gonna to do this episode. Just didn't happen. That's all right. That's all right. It's been a good introduction on. We might be more in the future. Thank you very much for listening to our conversation about Saul. Thank you also Irene full, helping means struggle my way through Chinese tone. That's okay. And just yet listeners bear with me. I haven't studied Chinese like threes or if anything's a little bit off, I'm sorry. But we hide that would have made it a little bit easier for our Chinese listeners to recognize that they may want to look up or you know, just to hear us try not to mangles as best. We can if you enjoy this episode, and you can find us on social media, where we'll be putting up some more information links to poems, and so forth where on Facebook, Twitter and tumbler as clear as fact, and you can get in touch with us three those platforms or you can also Email us directly. If you have any thoughts on the episode or any suggestions for future episodes or anything like that. And that's it clear. As fact at demand dot com, and you can listen to more of our podcasts on pod Bain now on Spotify on actions or wherever else you get your podcast. If you listen to. Us on I tunes. We'd love it. If he would write us and leave us a review because that really helps us to reach a wider audience. We'll be back next week on the fifteenth of September. When all be told him to you again about the erotic pottery of the much people of ancient Peru. Thanks for listening. And we'll see you next time.
"quia" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"And she was very exciting. And she's like kale rate some of my poetry him. And she starts writing this poem, and at the end of the poem. He's very still very quiet and she realizes that he's full asleep. Oh, I think that really embodies what little we do know about saw and halls relationship. I just wanna be clear again, when I say this I read this did not verify it at all behind the purpose of my writing this article was to find the names with Chinese characters. So let you know about pronunciation. Yes. So it's all often writes about her feelings of loneliness and of being on recognized and kind of unappreciated full hell work because she is a woman della thing that she writes about is about Hello for women. I'm gonna share quite a long exa from one of tiles poems now, and I've tried them quite a long exa because this is quite a short episode. We don't have much information on us who I thought we might as well. Wait a bit of Queen poetry sounds fun. I always feel quite weird writing poetry and translation. Yeah. Yeah. No, that's true. So if you do speak Chinese I? Encourage you to look this up in the original you'll get more out of it than we can in. Translation, highly will be able to find the original Chinese version to put alongside an English translation on blog to look out for that. So a little bit of background the style party. That's all right. My stuffing is cooled poetry and its lyric poetry, which is generally about the feelings and emotions of the poet. So it's personal and the voice of the poet is expressed in the poem. And it was traditionally set to music, this particular poem is cold to the courtesan Qinglin. I'm not wearing the whole poem. So I have skipped out some pots, but kept the most obviously, we inputs on your slender body. You'll Jade and Carl girdle ornaments chime like those of us celestial companion come from the green Jade city of heaven once mile from you when we met, and I become speechless and forget everywhere you glow like perfume lamp in the gathering Chatters. We play wine games and recite each other poems. Unconventional has I am. I want to possess the promise taught of a beautiful woman. Like, you my dear let me by red paint. Vote and carry you away focus like very sweet and very clear. Yeah. No. It's very nice. It's very cute palm. I really liked the closing line. I also just loved the universality of the queer woman. Experience. I saw you were so beautiful. I'm speech. Not is a common trope in queer will poetry. Yeah. Yeah. And also that she was literally like did you full from heaven? What wasn't Jaden Carl ornaments? Chime like those celestial companion come from heaven. Hey, it's pretty clear. So obviously, I'd abridged that to include the quia pods. But even then eyelids sites, pretty explicitly que- poem. I mean, I feel like adding extra is in between the ours is not going to take away from what's in those verses unless the extra vests is us something like this is from the point of view of a heterosexual, man. Who's in love with this woman on? Even then I'd be a bit suspicious yet. Yeah. I mean, if a woman sits down, I'm going to let a poem point of view of a heterosexual man about how women are like, I think that's a Queen act Franklin. Yes. What is worth noting in this poem? It's all does kind of maintain a level of plausible deniability. So it has nothing sexual about how language and she's kind of just treading the line of what is conventional unacceptable in friendship poems between women time. We'd ride a poem to your friend about how great your friend..
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"quia" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Use this one. He was like why I hate gay people. It's generic insult. And I was like institute Americans ho based in time before BIA one of your other families students eat is quia. You cannot use this one. It was like, but my gay cousin uses it all the time. And I was like oh my God. Yeah. We have that we have that here too. A lot of you know, I think it's gone down in recent years. But a lot of instances of people you using like, that's so gay, you know, gay stupid. It'd be like, but I know hate gay people. It's like, yes. But you're implicitly, you know, satisfying really common when I was in elementary school yet, man. Yeah. Comment. Yeah. I definitely HUD would gay. I mean stupid long before I knew the game attracted to the same sex. Yes. Exactly. Yeah. We use it to be stupid as particularly it would be like overly honest, overly since. Yeah. All uncomfortably Arpan about this feelings, you would cool that gay. I guess that's more like coming from alike masculine sentence society being feminine like talking about your emotions. I was like, ooh, that's gay. Interesting. Which the funniest part of that men in primary school. You get this thing where you'd see a boy girl holding hands and feel like, oh, that's okay. That having to. Your. Oh my gosh. You keep on using that word. Do not think it means. What you think of D's? That's that's so funny, though. That's hilarious. Right. The idea of like straight people being called gay. That's really funny. Yeah. The straight cross that Sergei..
"quia" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"And as I mentioned reclamation, current reclamation can be full partial or non existent and even within the community as I'm sure those of you who are part of the L to BT community know that there can be a lot of inter community disagreement on who and how and in what context people can use certain words, it it can be a problem discourse the capital D. Yes. Yes. I was just sitting in my home yesterday. And I was listening to music, and my mom was like, oh Alice. Can you take on your headphones for a second? I have one quick question. Now's again problems. Got my headphones. She was like, yes. Tell me the history of the word quia like. Ooh. Do you have twelve hours? Like to send a simple question. Just a quick one. But that's a whole. Yes. Yes. It is. So yeah. So like why why use slang or other forms of distinctive language patterns right while use it at all. Why do we need separate languages for for kind of separate subcultures? It has to do with the creation of shared identity and sense of community language can function as a boundary marker and a reinforcer of you know, your community or identity status. Unfortunately, you know, this can be used to keep certain people out as well as keep some people in people using exclusion of trans or bisexual or pan sexual folks from the lesbian and gay communities as in the recent move to try to claim bisexuality inherently, quote, unquote, excludes trans and non binary folk which is not true and Julia Serano.
"quia" Discussed on FoodStuff
"Don't know up into foodstuff azari and i'm more info about him and today we're talking about the popsicle ice pop and other recently frozen ice pop desserts yes because we were not sued yet we had a derby pie people but the positive people i don't know it's another risk that we're taking it is we take a lot of deep risks on the show it's all for you we really is so i mean we're just putting our next on the line to tell you about these frozen treats of the summer one might call them if one wanted to one so dared if one dared popsicles i i realized it i know the possible studio door okay okay all of this biggs the question what why are we going through this verbal acrobatics these verbal acrobatics what is up civil or a popsicle what is it this is a legal quandary a legal quandary and lauren since i've already in trouble with the law perhaps you should take this all right well legally a popsicle is a brand of quietly frozen confections aka flavored ice pops quia cently frozen i'm coming back to it okay in the parlance of our times popsicles are usually a fruit juice or fruit flavored water with or without added sweeteners flavorings colorings and or textures that's been frozen in place into an oblong shape with a sturdy flat stick stuck part way through the center to act like a handle and the sticks pup cycles and yes this is on the pup sickle official upcycle website the sticks they use traditionally birchwood and yes popsicle is what you would call a proprietary epidemic that's a word that's a that's a legally registered trademark as a company name it's the name of a company but that word has come to be used generically by you know the people at large to me any form of whatever thing that company is famous for you know like saying google when you mean internet search or bandaid when you mean adhesive bandage or kleenex when you mean tissue coke when you mean soda or i mean any soda yeah times styrofoam when you mean extruded polystyrene foam that's just difficult to say frisbee when you mean throwing disc free my throwing disc now i'd like to have fun quickly my throwing discs that sounds like a weapon throwing who it does it really i mean sort of weapons anyway that's true it depends on how good you are catching them you're totally creeks but okay so if you're being legally technically correct you never used the word popsicle a noun you never you never have a popsicle you have a popsicle ice pop i can't wait to annoy someone about this later similarly you cannot plur lies the word popsicle if you're being if you're being real on the up and ups about it you're you're not going to the store to buy.
"quia" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Oh no i just agree on that i felt like a pen quia was clear in clearing away winner and i was just kind of waiting for cheyenne's just get the drama over and say it because we all knew on that challenge and i'm glad that even though she didn't get an advantage in the challenge per se the main challenge naxi challenge that she did get a two thousand dollars gift card that's something i like the repulsed drag race on h one they're giving away some shit yeah and asia i think is one like four many challenges up to this point which really oh wow yes she won she wanted the episode to like dance thing with the vixen i know she wants sitting on a secret thing she one one other one and then she won this one so i mean this is the mini challenge queen and we'll talk more about like how that's not necessarily indicative of a good performance but congrats to asia i do agree i think the mental part of pink we was these side i that she was given it's just little tiny things that she was doing between the no the olive nose ring and all that stuff i think it was just like a fun short thing to do to fill some time but we segue from i don't know if you know reu purposely mentioned that china had twins because of the challenge but it was an interesting segue into this maxi challenge so it's we talked about this last time it's similar to writing the fairytale challenge of action i think cheyenne jackson also was on the panel for back in season nine but they need to essentially write these narratives for two distinct characters one is you at your best and your brightest and the other as your evil twin and essentially you could tell this productions revived to take the opportunity to have these queens really dig deep into their flaws and.
"quia" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Thinking as i was planning the water fountain and since quia called the wrath amount of fat in the water actually there need someone nut critical jealous will sacco and oh really not that she doesn't why use if she doesn't want you to be with anybody out what it is then lot you with with me me then basically in my mind she's just cartman now from south park that's why his voice she's stupid cartman from south park just being an asshole at hartman in lifetime movie 'cause she's like i want to be anywhere you're at i love you i want to be near you and so thomas like well you don't really lobby near the you just sort of want to keep tabs on kath rich i'm not dealing with the normal person here i'm dealing with darkness evil okay stop stop referring to here stylus like that okay it's not nice and she's like at the end the day i've got you and i'm not letting you go you're not going anywhere you're not going anywhere emily's i off either and he's like what thought you say it's going to santa barbara for a week and he's like well it'll be good to have some space and she's like you see her is to start freaking out that means i have to try harder try harder cannot have your hand he goes wah see you have you have an expectation i'm gonna hold your hand why don't get upset don't just she'll.
"quia" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Bone but there's a small membrane covered opening and the stay peas rests on top of that opening on so the sound is getting in through that small opening in the bone now the magic stars are happen inside the kirk rear that's where the analysis of sounds i takes place no the cochlear is a kind filled of with an analysis fluids of the different frequencies and there's a that kind are president of ribbon in the that sound runs and along traveling the along length lease ceo three of the dining car we have quia bones the sound before binding but being on transferred schooled the drum the into basil the the idris copier oh membrane almost the ide before and grams we this even the best get copier to the la brain looks membrane like on a snail year has shell another is trick an up at inside sleeve kind of raw is when this the flexible we bustle didn't know a membrane anything about which and until separate why'd recently sans out at to their one different end pitches a very wonderful and it's thing now that also sunny really and been stiff discovered at in the the loss other twenty end years and because a man that's of those am physical active properties via logical mechanism each place alone that the actually membrane amplifies is chewed into a different the vibrations frequency on the basil so membrane the end that's closest the sack tiv mechanism to the staples he is depends is called on the base the operation of the cochlea of specialize and that response types best of cells to high frequencies called alto to hess and cells the other end and as cold these the ipaq outta hassles six in that response behave best to like low miniature frequencies motors so there's a a may actually feed energy back into the baz lower membrane an amplify the response and they also shop on up the the choon innings so each place is narrow at much warm narrowly choon to to a specific frequency then would be the case if you didn't have this socalled active mechanism and this active mechanism is crucial for letting us here very soft sounds and the weakest sounds.
"quia" Discussed on That Awful Sound
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"quia" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
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"quia" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"We're talking about walking by the front of the car i want intention to car you could just feel the heat i know when i get out of the car go to the door announced i don't ever feel this way before wife come in and i don't it well were just walking in front of the car and the fact that the heat indicator didn't show anything and another thing that when i won crank it up in the morning and go somewhere within two minutes the heat indicator would go from no i'm from cold to normal in about lessen my mile and that's that's unusual is it usually doesn't do it that quia i hear what you're saying well here's what you may have a thermostat sticking i mean it's possible you have somerset sticking because when you turn the engine off you see when you turn an engine off the the cylinder head combustion valve area will that that is that the and heads running two hundred and thirty degrees will bump up to six hundred degrees if you take any automobile that you've been driving and stop it and go into mall you'll have a temperature rise of thirty degrees so so that is why because you got a heat generated engine her generating heat and you've got water circulating taken the heat away so all of a sudden you shut the engine down well the heat is still rising but the water is not circulating so yes you'll get a rise in tip that is normal likewise you come back out on the mall he turned the key on the temperatures thirty degrees hotter but admits you fire the engine it goes down below the thermostat opening because it's a gets a shot off not so hot water here's what i want you to do i want you to call me back but i don't want you to monitor it but just know that if you're not adding and ultimately you could replace a thermostat you know if if i were you if i always worried about this as you are then i would replace the thermostat and be done with it and i would recommend that you use the motorized thermostat m o t o.
"quia" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"quia" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast
"I wouldn't see it as much as that is trying to trick the brain as it is supporting it by adding energy right like if you're if there's three people pushing a car in one more person comes along to push it just goes better because there is no more force being added to what's already happening so here the goal was as the brain is modulating its frequency in its at the maxim platoon did it can generate if we can just add energy so we're adding amplitude were just can increase the efficiency of its process is something very beautiful disagree i kito about not we know the brain should be doing better and we're going to try and induce this specific frequency of delta but we actually don't know why it is moving between the frequencies exactly the way that it does organizers can of trust it and follow it in just added resource i think stem cells is another way that you can think about that right is using about stem cell therapy we don't know how the stem cells differentiate into tissues fully in than all the metabolic functions though cells do but were simply adding resource to the system in general i think the approach to support the systems own regulatory processes doing what they do better as opposed to trying to override them is a is a key distinction and how we should approach tech interface body interesting end so when it comes to supplements is this also your approach that you're trying to support what the bodies already doing rather than kind of installing a new program all this is how you're going to do it body okay yeah of course so 'nulla quia the the supplements that we've developed more that were in process of developing so let's take quality as an example as a nootropic product communism product that we made because there is a good example here so some of the ingredients are actually just nutrients raids the nutrients that you should get in food and if you're eating healthy diet you'll be getting more of them than not but they're nutrients did.