14 Burst results for "Scientific Ryan"
"scientific ryan" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast
"I have to do is like surreal? I don't think you realize how savings is a relations coming from Iran or Iran was a head of the curve because of the disease and over. There they were during the Obama. Lift the first things. That's why I'd seen them. So that happened the morning after I went to have coffee with my buddy daddy dining Walson and until we have coffee in starbucks the morning after Manchester and I looked at me look migos Hook. He said Yeah Bucket. We gave a hard right and that was it and at that time. I don't think it's so kid. How serious everything. More than the whole social distancing very rapidly did it did scalable so with patients now with Wolf in the press with the governmental recommendations. I think he probably ride the general public confidence of stacking in anywhere where it's awesome necessity for example a supermarket or something like that is going to be one of the main challenges for the profession as a whole is because Zealander. Vdi A cool and they were saying in Holland Yeah. Dental brexit is now seen as victims of disease. It people feel like you go to that if you have to but actually you wouldn't go at all because that's where you catch. Govan and we got to avoid that scenario in the UK otherwise will get put back in a few months but know the problem. School is it seems to be a vacuum of advice vacuum of regulations. We don't even know where to look. I mean is it a chief. Dental officer is it. Gd See it happening. Facebook may exactly. Is it secrecy? Is it looking at other countries? We've spoken both of us to colleagues in Germany and Sweden where in Germany so well in the corona virus and then just never closed and they haven't in fact in in some of these countries it don't even see electric ambience electric motor and peace as Arizo generating procedure and to think we we. We thought the best thing to do is to get some experts on and See from their position where we are an twynham pack. You know okay. It's a new virus the new situation. It's a one hundred year situation so we're not expecting all answers right now but when the officers come where are they gonNA come from will it be Gd Secrecy? And what will they rely on? Were they rely on evidence? Would they rely on Scam on Green. Will they will they will. They will they will. They look at the Far East where they've had saws merged four and that's really the question for me. Who waiting for yet. Is it regulate tree or is it advisory not to a? Lotta dentists now. In key consented my own practices as well as it all revolves around with huge amounts of a loss Gabon. Green lot of I feel personally unnecessary panic. Buying RIGHT MASKS. In volumes and filtration technology fogging machines. Extra oral suction machines spicing. I think Bayer a good idea but but but keep going whether it's a good idea. We've got no guidance. At the moment writing average practice goes out blows. Ten Grand Ole is stuff. Guidance COMES OUT. And goes listen. Just stick approach stick advisor all make sure you follow these cleaning protocols you good to go so then what happens this ended up becoming the US in private practice? Hey on air filtration system. That would be a shame if that happens might might. I saw a web with Miguel Stanley. And he said patients are going to seek out safe dentists But I think it would be a shame if communications message was looking out practice where safe because I don't think overall that a work That itself will go in the heads of the patient as practices around unsafe unsafe. You don't WanNa win that war right for me. I think that's the case. I can't be sure exactly how. It'll pan out But I the best thing for me would be if there was some basic guidelines that if you want to stick to the was actress exactly nice to have nicely but then I don't think it's wise to mock it. My practice practices safer. Been the practice down the road because I think that makes you look. Unsafe by itself is what I think. Humans were dominates ifo piece that he wrote about Aerosol and Technical Coin Domenico Houdini and turn coin rich lovely piece ten years ago. Then if you read that ten years ago who had to piece about. Why do we only cleaned the surgery? Mclean the waiting room. Why don't we clean do handles why of toys everywhere with factional lose some simple basics? Yeah I read dominates and really got me thinking. He doesn't really rights. Because you when you consider all the hysteria on facebook the panic buying the what ifs the bus the. Soap's all right and then you look at the science. And I'm a scientist at House. You look at the science you look at the evidence and the reached out to Dominic and actually said thank you because I think he's still some really good for the community and spending the time he's called. There is definitely something up here and the energy to date into this research and then put it down in a way this very easy role of us to digest right What one would of course do you know? It's being banded about quo. There is no evidence to suggest now on the move circumstances that would mean something but in this situation. I think we do need to be aware that it's so new that there isn't much research because there is no evidence doesn't necessarily mean it's true yet. I get no evidence doesn't mean that. Hey totally safe rights. And but if we look her if I'm looking at things from a very very simplistic perspective. Right on scientific. But no Super Scientific Ryan Save I okay this to firing down these lives and it's called high caloric in it and it hits them out and then some of it bounces back. How ninety nine percent of it goes down a massive vacuum. Lena won't percent of it. Comes OUT AN AEROSOL? And he's incredibly dying moods yet. Think everything that we do involves taking a risk me walking out from door getting on the bike jumping in car on. I think we need some guidance. On Wall that risk versus benefit things should be okay because there becomes a point where you've got diminishing returns. Yeah you cannot allow his latest in layers and layers of protection and then the day. Contam- room the fog in this. That twenty minutes tweets minutes between patients you know. What's the implications on patients getting healthy mouths again? Whilst the implication impact on businesses. Let's no skirt around the financial issues right. We could always say ou then degree in the rest of it but ended up businesses to roll printer Andrew. We've we've got jobs to maintain okay and people's livelihoods and putting food on the table for our team members yet and so we do have to look at the commercial side of things all these extra p. p. laser protection of asked it adds expense. Who'S GONNA pay for? This is GonNa be the government we're GONNA do it on the associates. GonNa pay the principles. GonNa pay discount from somewhere right and I really really hope that the three guys who we've gotten today have the answers to the key questions which WHO's GonNa make that decision for us. What does come back mean walk capacity and when will it will end? You know we're going to be in a position where this is the new normal or a new temporary knowable. We go back to normal. I think I think the second relaxer latter Not for show. It's going to be faced the guys made on. They've got us of experienced booth in the research side. And and what I would term is like into the corridors of power. That's that maybe vote. Will shed light on it. We could be aware though dude. It's once every hundred years so no one's being in this particular situation before We did have ause did have merged and did have HIV So I'm I'm looking forward to absolutely let me ask you one final question night of the wife's dentist. How did she feel about wife's a at risk? This is gonNA. It's the thing but she said quite relaxed quite relaxed I think she's thinking she works at Buca. I think she's thinking the boop will take our good. You know it's one of those in your promise. Dentists yeah other than to say it. Does this affects? Everyone is like the thing about today's even if you're mother dentist even if you're in contact with people you've caught a grandparents on the glue perspective in. If any good comes out of this there might be some feeling in whatever's happening in a rich country we go look for the poor countries to because infected people will be infected people and for me if it really zooming out. It's a disgrace that there's bioweapons labs about it. Is it ever GonNa make sense to attack another country with a Jim Wolf Air? Is that really If it does make sense. That's not a feature that he caught. It'd be great just like somebody's linings. The a the environment is cleaning up mazing. Yeah attendance history. Virtual virtual stations should be something that continue forever. Because why not? Why should someone Josh that patient before they come in? And you put them forty. Minute appointment. Radiate should've been ten minutes or whatever it is and for me I WANNA put this to the guests as well the NHS wait was forty patients today. Possible to clean up between four patients a day properly in an is it possible to treat those patients with work that's GONNA loss and isn't gonNA come back in the NHL again for me. It would be nice if that volume dentistry again. Miguel talks about sloughed in all learn about it but anyone's ever been exposed to any just straight a they know about it. It'd be good if after this to be some sort of impetus to improve the NHS put money in Oil Cooler. Cool Service and people save up for that. That's one thing.
"scientific ryan" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"You'll get the inside joke there so as we said this is what people love about President trump ladies and gentleman. He is a fighter. The left pokes fun at us. Because we say that you guys think president trump is a fighter. Well you guys can continue to lose elections to them because that's exactly why people supportive support. That's who he is. Yeah he's a brawler. He's a street brawler and he always has been and it's interesting because Peggy Noonan had a piece up at the Wall Street Journal this morning. And listen I like I peggy a lot She's been around a long time. She was a speech writer Ronald Reagan and she's been she writes. Very pieces are very very eloquent. Awkward there well done. I don't really agree with her a lot on things I mean. She really dislikes the president. She sees the president as being unpresidential and she's into kind of the pageantry intrigue the office so she wrote this piece at the Wall Street Journal which is designed to take a shot at the Democrats. Peggy Noonan Wall Street Journal. Today Headline the Democrats Unserious Week now how to take shots at the Democrats for their absolute disaster meltdown. At the caucuses. Ladies and Gentlemen Joe Show we're going to have a result in the presidential. Is it election before we have an actual result of the Iowa caucus which is quite hilarious. That's not funny. No it is. It's HILARIOUS DEMOCRATS WHO WANNA plan our economy. It's crazy and our healthcare system can't even count votes in the Iowa Caucus. We could said big bird from sesame street out there to help them. We Jay's advocates. Send them an advocate. Aj Go send an abacus out to the Democrats in Iowa. They want to figure that out. You're right what do you do here. So so the gist of the article is this. She's taking shots at the Democrats for two things. They're complete collapse in the Iowa caucus to show any elements of serious at all. They can't even count votes seconded by Nancy. Pelosi's abominable performance at the State of the Union. where she completely collapses and melts down starts making faces rips rips the state of the Union speech now she takes a shot at trump there too and she says well you know trump's not presidential basically either and again with all due respect to Peggy Ladies and gentlemen? I'm not buying this argument at all. I think the gift of Donald Trump. And what's really going on here. It's been a profound dismantling of the myth of the competent Super Scientific Ryan typic- planning based government can figure out your life. I thanked trump for that. You may call them unpresidential. I don't buy that routine at all. President trump talks like one of us because he is one of us and the idea that we're supposed to treat the president with Barack Obama. George W Bush Bill Clinton or anyone else soon as these superhumans not subject into gluttony rage anger envy and the seven deadly sins. We're all subjected to and that we should then because they are these superhumans give them power to Lord over our lives our economy our kids education. Our business do red tape our our healthcare system to keep us alive the idea that these hooper competent people that we should trust them with our lives. It's been entirely dismantled and I I'm not kidding. And I- credit the President President for assisting in dismantling the myth and exposing who the wizard really is. As Jordan Peterson. A really terrific writer writes in one one of his books. Ladies Gentlemen the powers with us. Clean your own room. I A good friend of mine. Thomas once said we're the leaders we've been waiting for we. We asked US where conservatives we believe in the power of the individual and the family these small units that God is empowered with strong bodies and strong minds. I gotta we. We don't try to wax philosophical today. Just here to tell you that I think Peggy's article taking a shot at trump for being unpresidential and then taking a shot at the Democrats to. I think they both did us a favor. Nancy Pelosi exposed this exposed to the Democrats. How small petulant and tiny they really are and president trump talks like a normal person showing you that the president is just a normal? I like everyone else. Stop entrusting these people with the power to Lord over your lives. The gift that trump is he gives you back a lot of your own money. Do Tax cuts the gift. The trump is that he's giving back families the power to school choice which you made a focus of his State of the Union address to pick for the rookie. Pick for you. He doesn't want to spend your money for you now if we could get them to sign onto the big cuts in this government budget everything would be peachy creep all right moving on so you got a lot to get through to want to go anywhere. Peggy Noonan asks in the piece which is important Joe Question I wanNA post you. Do you think this we we could get any worse for the Democrats well the Iowa Caucus meltdowns been a total joke yeah. Nancy Pelosi humiliated herself in our Party. And listen I don't care what the radical left tells you. Nancy Super Nancy there on twitter. Hashtag Nancy's the past. We Love Nancy script. She looked ridiculous. President trump gave a tour to four speech and she sat there pouting outing like a child. She looked outrageously ridiculous. I don't care what anybody tells you. So can this week at any worse. Well before we came on the air this morning can it this week got a lot worse. Now I've got practices. Look at yes I had some practice again. Joe Snows the inside joke. Verdy down this okay. They'll tell you that story another time practice. What am I looking at right here? YouTube dot com slash bungee. If you WANNA watch this show but don't worry audio listeners. What I have up on the screen right now is the jobs? Report came out this morning piece by the Wall Street Journal Wall Street Journal Central Banking. US Economy Ed's two hundred twenty five thousand jobs the hand ury wages and the labor force participation rate is up. Joe This is an explosive number folks I never get hyperbolic about the economy. The government spending too much. I'm worried about a lot of things. But this is an explosive number. This is indications of a flourishing job market job market so good the unemployment rate went up. Well Dan appointment. What do you mean did you screw that up? No it's not a screw up. The unemployment rate went up to three point six percent because so many people who were not looking for work who weren't counted in the unemployment rate in the past because they're not looking are are now piling back into this explosive job market at are now being counted as job seekers so many of them that they're even overpowering the massive number of people people who got jobs in January. So this a tumor. More people are getting jobs. Two hundred twenty five thousand jobs in January and because they're neighbors are getting jobs house people who are like I'm not working anymore who are probably on government benefits or some social program are now saying you know what maybe I should start looking for work to which is actually taking the unemployment rate up. Pull little bit because now they're being counted in the fraction. So the answer to the question I ask Joe which was not a trick. Can this week at any worse for the Democrats is a resounding. Oh Yes oh Yes dan yeah now I am. Listening to new cycles. Goes quick and I want to get bollock. When it comes to prediction? The new cycle could change next week and people could forget about. I'm just telling you what this data point in time. The the Democrats are in a world of trouble. There's no way around it. Ladies and gentlemen not all right lot more to get to today folks. Please stay tuned. I want you to miss anything in the show today. So one of the things I covered yesterday were these absolutely frightening. Connections between the Clintons. Spy Gate plotters but I want to put it under the banner. That's easy to understand that I've been using this line repeatedly at a starter resonate with a lot of you out there. Some of you posted on my facebook who've been emailing me and it's this headline they all know each other these deep stairs. All of them. They're all connected again. I know that's not surprising to you. But it's part two with that matters they all know each other and they are all hiding something and by hiding something I mean. They did things that they don't. Don't want the trump administration God forbid and a first or second term where you just have to worry about reelection to uncover because when the American people see what they're hiding it's it's going to be disturbing now. What I mentioned yesterday is they are desperate to shut up anybody who touched this skoko project in Russia it it was a very simply a Russian technology project? They tried to emulate Silicon Valley over in Russia and our own intelligence officials which walked again slowly. Because I've got another cherry on top of this thing for you. Today I wrote intelligence officials discovered later that this technology project in Russia was really an effort to to steal our technology by the Russians to create weapons using that technology. Yes to kill us now. If you say well that sounds really bad. That's.
"scientific ryan" Discussed on Back To Back
"You know they probably played less shows than the other people. You know what I mean the potential there and I have this theory about about potential that that's from an artist side from the music side. Potential is the most exciting thing. Like I think you could probably relate to this on a production reduction level to for me. The most exciting thing is when you just finished a song or finished a mix but it hasn't been signed and it's not out and it could be anything you know what's going to happen to me is kind of the most fun time and I could see that with the booking side. Two of just being like we're doing this right now. We don't know what it's GONNA turn into. What if that's just fun for? I think that happened in this whole twenty. Nineteen was a year of that with us because we knew we wanted to create eight sub brands within what we're doing and we created A base one called big as Ting. That Henry came up with one called my house and one called the black hole. They were three different. It's it's really just space out. But we were like this'll be technopark. It'll be a base party and that was like that was interesting to us. Cutting kind of seeing how people would react in like what people would want to do and like they became things that people wanted to play. You know what I mean you kind of set up this framework so the base kids are hitting us. Dude I want I got to play a big basting and we're like that didn't exist last week but again like with the community. It's like it's like we're just kind of setting up these little platforms people to be able to take on. 'cause everybody made those brands what they are. We came up with the name of it. But then like I think for Black Holyhead like Cihan Brinson and these amazing awesome technologies that we had never showcase before and they made a great like they made like the black hole thing that you wanna go to. 'cause they're like Oh my you know what I mean. Hopefully I don't even remember the original question but I think the idea is kind of giving these different things for people to latch on and then make their own. I think is what's good way to think about it. And how much do you guys approach people versus. How much do people approach you? When it comes to bookings bookings like are you really out there? Hunting people down at this point or is it a Lotta Fifty S. We have things that we love and that we WANNA get they. They might not even know about us. You know so. I've made some cold intros to some very obscure artists. They're like oh I know exactly who you guys are. What what the fuck because we still are first and foremost like fans and we do have to keep it interesting for ourselves? Otherwise we're not gonNA WANNA do. There's a lot of hard stuff that we have to do. Gory estimated so I think first and foremost is trying to keep our excitement about the music. It's like where they talk. Talk about like restaurant reviewers like they have trouble extinct extinct. Whatever which? I'm like whatever but it's true it's like you know you do something enough. It's like you have to get your APP to keep your appetite. Oh yeah well I mean you know as well as I do. There's so many people in our industry who are over every part of our industry like there's cynicism is a big thing for what we do. I saw a tweet. I think it was from quicks That is a super interesting topic to me. Because it's it's a question of when you're Indian streets such as you guys everyone in the room. Does the Magic go away and most people I think the common answer is yes it does but I had. I had an after thought and hear me out. It does go away but where the magic goes away. The science fills in and now. You're like a master chef breath more. You're like a mad fucking scientists you know for me I go to the shows. I don't I don't I don't produce but like I look at the lights and see like oh how. How using technology like? Oh how are. How's the Wi fi working router you helping people stay connected and safe and like how do they access things like? That's exciting to me. That's Scientific Ryan Tiffin. It's not magical at scientific. Yeah I think you're right about that and I think there's something I think about this all the time too and I think there's something to just. Humans wins in general. That the first time you do something it's almost always the most exciting right. It's all new and it. There's been so many times where all if we even use the restaurant metaphor you know go to a restaurant and be like Oh. That was the best meal ever aid but if I go back there it's usually not what I remembered it right and I think think it's the same for music for probably for any profession when you turn what you love into your job and percents that you have to keep sort of reinventing venting it and flipping it and pushing boundaries in order to keep getting that feeling of excitement right. Yeah because we're all here because we love the music but if we were just doing the exact same thing over and over yeah like you say you guys just did the weekly Party and didn't do anything else and didn't the band on the ideas. Probably five years in you would be burned out. I would imagine no. It's true and even like some of the projects that we're working on for next year like they're part of how we stay energized. I was mentioning like we have a whole. We'd business that we've been kind of like Beta testing all year and next year. We're going like really big on. It is the we'd business. I'm just curious. Is it tied in. Is it spacey so up until now we've done A lot of collaborations with other existing canvas prints I say cannabis because we were too now. Here's business the talks about. We'd smoke some Ganj you know. We've done a bunch of different pop up shops. We've done a lot of case studies. We've done stuff where we've done online and we really just like experimenting because it's not a proven business for us but we found some kind of methods and things that work really well for us us where either. It's helping another brand and promote another brand or whether it's like moving our own pre rolls or our own vapes or whatever it is that we're doing so You know we're just I'M GONNA go bigger on that but like we already have like that we're doing up at mammoth through doing like snowboard event with Doug who's one of our partners doing pre rolls for that but we're also bringing up deejays and getting adding content on this on the mountain and throwing space out there right so it's like what what my point is like. It energizes me because it's like. Yeah we're throwing basically we're just doing a show up in mammoth but all the different layers of the kind of content. We're going to do and selling weed and all that that gets me excited because it's not just like Oh we're gonNA throw another show Not to say that shows are an exciting. It's just kind of showing you. How like like these can evolve into things that are more than just like a DJ in a crowd? Okay and so this actually reminds me of something you said earlier. which is that at a certain point from the artists artists side? You sort of had to put the Ego aside a little bit and concentrate on kind of the bigger picture rather than just trying to satisfy yourself and that daily early life. Yeah Yeah. I relate strongly to that I think any anyone in that position would but it. Isn't it funny that when you're able to do that like I have to imagine even before any of this before spacey. I when you were just starting to think about you know being a Dj and what the possibilities could be. You have all these ideas. Wouldn't it be cool all to play this festival or to be at this place or the tour any of that and then once you set the ego aside and focus on this sort of more community based project and focus on all the other opportunities that you could have easily had the blinders on and not pursued right. Then all of the original original goals just fall in line right. You've said it very well honestly because for and this is Henry probably has a different line. Because he's not like going out there as an artist. I think. visit an artist. But he's not a headline Asia. I'm a financer no but for me like I I. It helps me because I have to put my ego in check because the first integration one of London Bridge and wanting to be. Dj's I WANNA be a touring famous DJ. You know what I mean and although I've got to check off a lot of really amazing boxes that I'm like Oh shit I got to do this. This and this yes I do see space out being such an amazing opportunity and bigger opportunity on some level. Just and to your point. I'm getting a lot of opportunities because of space outright so it is all working out but but putting the ego at the door and I say when I say I do that every day I do it every day because we're humans and we think about things and I still look at a tweet being. How'd that person get that slot? Why am I but it's but it's actually a choice that I made because it's like okay? Well if you WANNA be a just an artist then just be an artist and focus all your time on that and then go that route but if you WanNa be who oh you are. which is? I'm an entrepreneur. I Love Marketing. I love doing putting puzzles together. I love working on teams like these are things that I learned when I was a marketing person. Well actually doing space out is actually more fulfilling and will create more opportunities for kind of everybody involved than if I'm going to be like an ego like Dj guy being like it's all about my Dj Shit you know. Oh so it's like I said to Henry Henry booking something for our new for our for Anniversary show and he's like he's like well we have the opening slot. or You WanNa play closing and I was was like well. I got to play headlining slot for closing party. So I was like my ego is stroked for the next twelve months already got because every once in a while I do want to play something. That's like sexy and makes me feel. They are of course but at the end of the day it's like all boats rise me and Henry Henry. Winning is winning and vice versa. And you know I think it's just I'm so stoked that we've been able able to make such an impact in means so much to so many people and I'm like all right. Well this is just now scratching the surface. What could we do on a bigger level from show perspective from You know lifestyle no in culture perspective and then I'm a pothead so we'd perspective. It's just like these are the things where I'm like. Wow we have an opportunity to do something And everything that we do uh-huh space out is about community. It's about a group. It's it's always been me and Henry and our squad together working together. You know what I mean I went off on a Tan. No but it is. Is something where it's like you if you have it and I think our team is very good about like leaving the ego at the door. It's like of course everybody is an ego but if you can separate yourself and when you're dealing with an issue or a problem say okay okay. What part of this is about knee and my feelings and what part about it is? This is the reality. We're like okay. I might take something on the Chin and be like I'm annoyed with that. But fucking a moving on because we don't waste of my energy. I think it applies to anything when you're working with the team squad and it's like whenever I've worked at companies that don't work it's because you just have egos you have people who care hear about the things that aren't important to the business or to what you're trying to do So both you guys have really healthy attitudes about all this kind of stuff stuff. And I'm curious where that comes from like. Have you always been the bish on.
"scientific ryan" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"We'll even deliver the car right to your house so hit the road the easy way with route. And we're back they now just. Let's have a quick comment on there about this concept that the perhaps the colonists moved inward towards the main. The only thing I would put forward here is that food had always been an issue in the settlement. And if you're moving you know to. The mainland ended not an island that so separated from probably populations of certain mammals that are walking around And birds and other things it would make sense that they would move inland to have a better food source. The there are a lot of problems. Here the main one would be the Indigenous populations may not like that very much to their encroaching in that way. But we'll let's get into all this stuff because it really is conceivable overall that the colonists cadet a much less violent fate than maybe you would you would think you know having their stuff gone in just disappearing because the first thing winging at least I think of is Oh something most foul occurred here but perhaps that's not the case right. The JAMESTOWN colonist us when they when they conducted that search sixteen hundreds. They sent out a couple of different parties to hunt down members of the lost colony and it became came a common thing standard operating procedure for them to question any members of native communities when they make contact. It was one of the things they always ask them about. You know what I mean. How's the weather thaw out fishing? Go fishing good. Have you seen any people who look like us. And if so. What's what's their deal? We're paraphrasing some of the people that these colonists talked to said there are settlements further down the coast with people who look like you. They have two storey thatched roof houses. That look like You know from the descriptions Europeans would think well that sounds like the kind of stuff stuff we would build and then other groups told of nearby tribes that could read English and dressed in similar method manner to Europeans opinions. The most I think the most dramatic report in the record is the story that someone cited a child child who is dressed in the manner of a native group and this child had blond hair and was fair skinned. So they've thought maybe maybe something terrible happens like maybe a disease or some sort of natural disaster and that dude due to that the surviving members of the colony were adopted or simulated into a native population. I WANNA pause while we're like native populations so the island is Kroto in the community is Croton Croton. Yeah Yeah Okay. So that's that if you hear if you hear us Doing some word juggling if you hear me doing that. It's just my my mind's playing tricks on me any of you. If you hear me say Croatian is just because I'm wrong uh-huh still we don't know we have to hold out for that theory so this this mention of assimilation from European survivors evers into a native. American community has doubtlessly Doubtlessly had a ring of familiarity to some of our fellow listeners. And if you're from the area from North Carolina then you're very familiar with what we're about to say which is of course the story of the Lombi L. U. N. B. Not these reports from from the early days of the Jamestown investigations to the modern day to corroborate for operate. One of the most popular theories about what became of these colonists that they assimilated into these tribes and the idea is that over the course of multiple alterable generations. Intermarriage between these groups would produce a A different distinct group that had elements from both communities and this group is called the lumpy tribe by people. Who believe this this theory? The Lombi tribe tribe is native to North Carolina but according to the stories. No one can really Pin down their origin. And you can see A A number of different theories about their origin with varying degrees of credibility. But they have an oral history right. Yeah owning that oral history actually links them to roanoke settlers or at least two aspects of those settlers so That oral tradition supported by some of the surnames within the tribe which is really interesting and it's it was the tribe itself was unique because several of the members is a lot the members could speak English and And then again we're talking about the surnames. We you look at the family names of some of the roanoke colonists you've got people like Hyatt Taylor dial the Lombi tribe members air at least members of the Lombi tribe shared these names as early as the seventeen eighteen hundreds. I think seventeen nineteen is the first date that we're aware of their and other settlers. Who would come through? Make their way you know the in in interact with these tribes. They would you know they would be pretty astonished that these groups of people had gray eyes several times they would speak English and there is even It's really interesting because even if you're if you're talking to members within the group of reports from members is within the Lombi tribe who they cannot come to a full conclusion on whether or not there is a true link to the roanoke colonists right. That's correct. Yeah it's it's going to be called this thing. It's been called the Lombi connection inches. I love that as the title of something you know to Colombian connection to the sequel to the French connection. I'm not sure yeah. It's it remains intriguing because if that is if it is true there are sand and to this theory than the roanoke colonists aren't lost. Their genes are still around today in Robeson County North Carolina. And if you are listening you are a member of a group like this Lombi or related communities of which there several We would love to know your take on this especially with the advent of DNA testing which Dramatically changed the conversation around the origin origin of the Malaysian community. There's another Set of theories which says that the roanoke settlers fell victim not to native American Erkin community but to the Spanish empire because the Spanish had a settlement. Just down the coast in Florida right and we know that the Spanish forces in the West indies. Were aware that were English. Colonists around they were happy about it but they knew he he. Yeah exactly. There's actually a tale here that was told by Darby Gland G. Land this was a roanoke settler. Her he left the fifteen eighty seven expedition. After it set ashore in Puerto Rico to take on supplies. Hi so they were GonNa stop in Puerto Rico. Pick up supplies. He later reported That he told Spanish officials there when he was making this transaction. Puerto Rico about the roanoke settlement. Exactly where it was almost as in an act of espionage. So that's the thing right when we talk like about we when we talk about the bad record keeping Astute listeners will notice that we also pointed out John White was professional cartographer. So why would a professional map maker do such a piss poor job of You know mapping things it probably probably was not because of incompetence it was more likely that this this vagueness was a matter of state. Security So so that the empire couldn't find out you know the Spanish Empire Forces couldn't find out about the colony and then attack it before war. The British could send someone over across the ocean. It really does make you game out the whole scenario when you think about it in that light. Yeah as as a counter intelligence. Act of cartography counterintelligence cartography. That's a new. I think that's good. I like it man. That's crazy because what if what if it was never located there ever only all night on that island or you know also wanted to say the the idea of a a renegade cartographer you. Oh you is fantastic Mr white renegade cartographer. Yes it's gone rogue. There are other theories theories that the colonists were innocent bystanders in a entering in meteorologists into a greater conflict between rival arrival native communities. There's anthropologist John Hopkins University named Lee Miller who says the colonists wandered into a violent shift of the balance of power amongst the tribes that lived inland because roanoke is geographically located in the crux of what was at the time intense sociopolitical friction between two groups. There was the one who were you know. Had Dominion over roanoke. There's another group that shower no who controlled the waterways that were nearby and again you know not native speakers so we're not intentionally mispronouncing the names natives that the colonists were friendly with began to lose control over the area and native communities that were hostile to the settlers again with pretty good reason to be They took over air. They gain more control. So before the Jamestown colonists arrive or maybe right around the same time either around the same time or right before the Poyton had attacked and destroyed the Chesapeake Bay. That's been that tribe. Is The power Tan Poyton. That sounds familiar to me. Yeah it should that is where That is where the famous pocahontas is from. Oh Yeah it's it's not all paint with painting with all the colors of the wind yet. They they very much wanted to kill the the chesapeake so relationships hips between the English colonists in the power and were. Let's say cold shirt but even then even with that the English forces were able to get a little bit of information about what happened to the roanoke colony or they were able to learn something who knows it was true if the roanoke colonists had gone inland in the midst of this conflict then the men would have been killed the women and children probably would have been captured as slaves and if they have been captured as slaves they would have been traded along Some established brutes that span the US Coast from Virginia to Georgia. And this this is important because if we look at the time line the idea would be that the somewhere in the intervening years the roanoke colonists assimilate to another tribe but then that tribe is attacked when that tribe is attacked. The attacking tribe doesn't care if the people look kinda different. You know what I mean. It's rules of war at that point. Geez will so those are some of the big theories right and and with As those theories were being generated and As they continued you know for decades and centuries People all in the more modern day have been trying to you know prove that one of these is true right or at least disprove. A few of these were were Scientific Ryan. TYPIC- method this thing. You guys and you know despite over a century of going on that island digging all over the place trying to find some remnant of the colony they would show us some tiny clue little flashlight in the dark. That would show us this picture here. We have really found nothing right now. In the nineteen nineties archaeologists working for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation in Virginia thousand. What they're pretty sure is a workshop from the fifteen eighty five expedition? Ezra guy named Joakim gones had tested rocks for precious metals. Other people at the workshop studied plants To figure out their properties they studied tobacco. Things like that. How can we make money off this? What can be used for? Guns is interesting because he was a Bohemian mining. Expert expert is the first recorded Jewish person in colonial America and also the first Bohemian in colonial. Neil America this. This workshop looked a lot like an alchemist outfit You Know Al Fitr Establishment. Oh sure they found crucibles you know oh crucibles right. Classic last out Chemical Paraphernalia. Yeah exactly Pharmaceutical let's call them jars ars Glassware littered all across the floor..
"scientific ryan" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show
"Talk to me about that so I would sit there for hours and then I would drive. How I it's so true? Do a little rain dance. Yeah that cargo the so you need the friends who will do the rain dance with you to make the clouds go away. I mean how perfect is that it is true and so those are some of the tools that I used. I wanted to share them with you because I told Jasmine I want to talk about how we got to a better place. We're not perfect. It's not totally gone but we are both in better places than we were with depression so I wanted to talk about how we got there so I actually love that because I feel like it's just encouragement for for what I am currently working through so all of those four main points you articulated or things that I am still doing so in light of a full disclosure. I have come a very long way and I look forward to the day that I can be just like amy and say it has been a thing that I have worked through and it is a thing that my pass pass. I am not quite there yet. I do struggle with it. I have come a long long long way a first steps and this and they just want to be make sure that I'm very open and super super respectful. I have to understand that my parents are immigrants. America is different how we navigate. Conversations is different in so I don't think they ever stigmatized the idea. Hi Dear of speaking to a therapist but they meet very very upper-class in so for people who aren't from California Kelvin is very segmented and it's admitted by county and so my parents it's L. A.. Through and through lake go Thatcher's that's my dad. Okay so when I told my parents go Thatcher's Eh. Okay so what. I told my dad that I really wanted that. I was going to start. Seeing a therapist holds up his pinky finger. Orange County Your Soldi Cownie Oni. And it was a joke it or as my dad says yoke okay so it was a joke. It was a joke but I think that it was a difficult conversation relation to have like. What does it mean because my whole childhood we had a groceries donated on the porch and we rode the bus to church? And so this idea of paying somebody he to cure you talk was foreign is like literally a flying pig and so I felt like what I realized I had to make. A hard decision was that I cannot expect. Act Anybody in my life to accept the responsibility to walk me through a very difficult path. So if you feel like you don't have that person that's okay your next objective would be to take the responsibility to find people in your life now. I will say that my husband is my best friend in just foundation and he is so good and he is so kind and he listens however. I also don't think that my husband should be a therapist. That's a great the point and I've had the luxury I think that's phenomenal but I also do think that I really wanted to have like a clear distinction and I'm just like Taipei. I'm very pig headed and I'm like well. Do you have a degree. So that was the first step so hearing that you found a great therapist and it's a big difference friends and there was a really really really dark time in my life and those are on Two Thousand Fifteen where. I knew that I had nowhere to go like. I was just rock bottom and I have nobody to talk to. I am just. I'm strung out like my heart. My soul feels those broken and so the minute. I found a therapist initially. I didn't think he was all that great. But I told myself and I tell people were looking for therapists is to be fair to yourself and to be fair to them and that would give him at least three opportunities of that. Because I feel like every therapist I've ever been to. I did not love them. We'll it's like you're literally going on a blind date right right and you know therapists websites are terrible. They basically need to go through one of our trainings to be like guys. You got a brand yourself. A student that he helps therapists with websites. It's because they're so god bless him terrible they literally say nothing so you kind of go in is literally a blind date and so I didn't really like vibe with all that much in the first time but he said Hey. My Rule of three three the second time he came around the third time was when he's just started kind of just like itemizing asking questions after the note that he takes. I'm seeing a pattern in the story that you're telling the wait you're talking and I was like okay. Let's go for meeting number four and then I had stayed with him for about three years in throughout that time when I was in a really really bad place that I felt that as a business expense I needed to get help. I couldn't keep running at that pace and so I met with him once a week. Doc for about six months and then from there started meeting every other week every three weeks once a month and that was the first step and then I just started taking the time in in my life and my business to start doing research like I needed to understand so I once heard this analogy when you break a bone you get an x ray and they find out. What's wrong with your bone than if you have a tumor? They ah or scan and banned it but if you go into your doctor and you say I'm sad like something's wrong with in my head. What what is done with that and I started doing research and I came across Dr here actually you Dr Ayman and he wrote a book and I think it's like a change your brain change your life of love? I love him. Oh I thought it was Ayman well. Here's the thing if you're religious it's because to me he's like Amen. Yes this man and then other people who are like agnostic. uh-huh Ahmed I'm just getting. I actually don't know the exact right right just like so really his book with like his book was Scientific Ryan's if proof. After years and years and years studying the brain is like the thoughts we have impact our break. They literally have a physical manifestation. If you think negative thoughts your your brain reacts to the negative thoughts and gives out physical manifestations of your thoughts it is no longer speculative it is just the truth and and so he had said that every morning he starts the date and he says today's going to be a great day and our brains are hard-wired to listen so it may create a distinction Asian the mind in the brain or two different things. This is you lost me. What do you mean so the mind is in control? Yeah and the brain is an Oregon. Okay so when you understand your mind you can control your organs so when you say your minds as I'm going to have a great day your brain then says yes. Yes Sir right away captain. We're GONNA make that happen. It's hardwired to listen. So if we have control of our mind and this is not like a feel good. Everything's going to be happy. Happy Hunky Dory. No this is literally the very first step that you can do also heard that when I'm Stein will go up. He would say thank you a hundred times before we got tab not as so good that actually makes emotional because Agu in all you do in every morning I put my hand on my heart and he thank you thank you okay. It's just because when you wake up and you think you just see the gratitude and Gosh Dang it. There are some really hard days but when you say I have a roof over my head I have have something in my refrigerator. have gas my car. We are literally the one percent when we say those three things. We're the one percent of the world and I think even even on the dark days you realize that we are just so so so lucky to be where we are and if we could find a glimmer of that silver lining already taking a step forward so real quick. Am I just making this lake. The is just happy hour. Jasmine Lake basically is like. We're getting drunk on sparkling water. y'All forgot to tell you she's also in a leading to. Oh my God are we going there. Are we going. Oh did not come at.
"scientific ryan" Discussed on The Takeaway
"That question immediately makes me think always of this scene seen from parks and recreation where Leslie Nope is in a debate with Bobby Newport and pretty much e- saying that if the town doesn't vote for him hill his father is going to shut down the candy making plant that they have recently. My Dad told me that if Leslie Nope wins the election they'll they'll probably have to move to Mexico that would be terrible. Of course. Thousands of people in this town would lose their jobs and we gall- wouldn't have candy then Lesley's response is. I won't let someone hold this town hostage and angry that Bobby Newport would hold old this town hostage and threatened to leave if you don't give him what he wants. It's despicable corporations are not allowed to dictate what a city needs that that power belongs to the people. That's what I think of when I think we need to ban fracking. We need to shutdown these plans that are leading to cancer in in communities and leading to higher asthma in communities and all of these different things in the question is always well. What about the jobs but at what point do we say I that lives? Human lives are more important than jobs and also concerning the cracker plant. There's only six hundred jobs sir. Permanent jobs from that plant and three hundred of those jobs. Shell is bringing from other parts of the country so in reality. There's only three hundred hundred jobs being given to people in Western. Pa For that plant and that's not really that many for plant that so large and going did you so much damage to Pittsburgh. It's the human lives that Leandra thinks are left out too often in the framing of this debate. People think of the climate crisis is only a Scientific Ryan typic- issue but it's also a human rights issue and we've not completely solved humans rights issues but we have made huge huge huge progress. I think that we need to treat the climate crisis the same way where it's human lives that were speaking about and it's our future is that we're speaking about so for me. It's taking action striking electing people who will do something about this and hoping for the best we know that climate changes squarely entered the political debate according to a Pew poll a majority of US adults say protecting the environment should be a top priority for the president and Congress but for climate activists like Leandra dealing with. It will take more than platitudes. The one thing that I've learned as a climate activists is that while words of support are amazing. The only thing that really matters at this point is action. So if I'm speaking with an elected official aw or a business or anything. I love hearing them say that they care about the environment. But I don't put a lot of weight on their words until until I see them actually do something that is going to positively impact the climate crisis Leandra Mira is a youth climate activist in Pittsburgh all week. We've been hearing from you about how your kids feel about. Climate Change calling from L. Serena California five five years ago when my oldest was fifteen I asked them on a scale of one to ten. How concerned were they about climate change? They fo- laughed and said Well Bennington Vermont. Two days ago my eight year old son cried himself fully. On thoughts of our planet's destruction he pledged again to become a scientist if the decree solution. My child feels it in his bones without understanding the fullness of what we are facing some might say that he's too young but he sees he knows he leaps after the causes show him ways to take action every day. We will join the climate strike on the twentieth.
"scientific ryan" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities
"Stories on the bucks oddities are true and some of them actually happen. Get an email from Darren. WHO said he found us by hearing us on Jim Heralds podcast Episode Number One? He's a law enforcement official. He said Last night to am. I'm on patrol very rural area. I pulled into a dark parking lot to finish some paperwork while listening to you guys at the end of the podcast and the credits dude has finished. Speaking Ja- throw will often play some sort of open Mike thing. We put little Easter eggs in their waster exemptions nobel. Sometimes I don't know about them until I'm listening and I'm like Oh good. Thank you for saving that little nugget of me sounding like an idiot. You're welcome. Yeah he goes on to say I turned up my radio and my cruiser so I could hear it and I was streaming from my phone onto the exhilarate plug in line. Then it goes into the next episode at full volume. I haven't had my wits scared out of like that in a long long time I jumped out of my cruiser seat. I looked around. My heart was racing. acing my leg hit my radio call Mike and I screamed in a high pitch. Scream like a little girl. Everyone back at the station laughed. After I had to explain what happened in why I had screamed and it went out over the radio and all of our radio calls are recorded. I seem to be a big hit. Hit the control center. That's amazing you guys trying to catch up with the recent podcasts. But enjoying the early ones as well Oh and he says he was stationed at Loring Air Force Base back in the eighties here in Maine. Gloria thanks turn. I belong to a group on facebook of people who enjoy listening coming to podcasts. Who are located here in Maine and one of the people also in that group posted the other day? y'All fucked up today. I work at a preschool will. It was naptime and my boss came over to the classroom next door and looked at me and said hey. Do you have your Bluetooth on and I was like Yeah probably sorry and she said do you have a podcast playing and my heart sank. My phone had connected to the CD player in the classroom. She was cool and said it was probably something that she would be listening to as well however the moment I walked through the door and I heard the podcast playing and the host said the fucking bodies I realized it was playing the last podcast on the left so the children learned a lot that I'd say good I have to say I love this group of people and their stories delight me so okay so it's my turn here we go. Oh are you ready. Ready Okay in the early twentieth century people were often locked up in asylums for really any reason. Listen at all right being a lady being lady and many times in many cases that Earns you the right to a padded cell one of the diagnosis that that they used for committing people was quote feeble mindedness feeble minded. It was kind of a broad category. A little catch shaw. Yeah things that we don't like Yep according to rancor I'm getting this from rancor was defined as anyone who demonstrated any kind of abnormal behavior shore so so pretty much you and I and everyone freaks probably we would be all locked but we'd be together something Um I would play checkers with you during Activity time six. I'd share my crackers with you. Thank you other reasons. were low scores on. I Q tests tests people who were termed feeble minded. We're also linked to watts of other things like social dependency criminality even promiscuity and so they had to come up with a solution for this back in the day. This is how do we. How do we contain this? Feeble people mindedness. Well eugenics sure eugenics promised a solution to these problems. By ensuring that people who were deemed feeble minded could not reproduce and then continue to pollute the genetic pool of humanity. Eighty says ref. I can already tell. The argument claimed that science could provide social and economic benefits to society by identifying being feeble mindedness or unfit people and stopping them from reproducing. So in one thousand nine hundred fourteen a guy named Harry Laughlin. He was a eugenicist genesis. He was the head of the U.. JENEX record office. And he had an idea. EUGENIC sterilization laws sure. Yep that would stop. Stop the feeble minded. We just go snip snip. And you know that's all it would take. He described the category of feeble mindedness again. Even more broadly than perhaps a lot of the doctors who committed people for feeble mindedness. He said they are socially inadequate people who were maintained wholly or in heart by public expense and that is Okay Yep Laughlin included The feeble minded in this category along with the insane the criminal Listrik the inebriated diseased epileptics blind people deaf people deformities and any type of dependencies dependencies. He argued that these conditions were genetic and that we should cut that tree off. He also targetted orphans if you didn't have parents the probably you don't deserve to live. What he termed he termed Ne'er do wells tramps the homeless and poppers claiming claiming that they were corrupted and should not be allowed to procreate Shar there is even a shark that he made? Oh I usually like chart. No you're not going to like this one. The lowest level. He called an idiot and all they were interested. In with self-preservation Elkem then the next step up up was low grade imbecile and they and they were good for simple menial work then the next step up medium in Basel simple manual work. That's what they're good for another step up high-grade imbecile you do complex manual work. And then the the highest level is moron in they could do work requiring reason and judgement but they were still morons. Feel like I'm a high level. EMBA missile really. I think that's where I would fall into that category. I can do pretty complex work. You're also capable of critical thinking. So maybe you're moron. Don't sell yourself short sweetie. So he used this example. The dangers of feeble minded people in the in the genetic pool will a guy named Martin Calico back he was an American revolutionary war soldier and he had children by two different women. One was an upstanding in woman. She was a quaker and she had seven quote worthy children according to his family records and nineteen twelve book written by Eugenicist Henry. Herbert Goddard said these descendants became respectable citizens men and women prominent in every phase of life but Martin also had kids with a feeble minded minded tavern girl and their son became known as quote old horror and he went on to have ten children creating a disreputable rep represent creating disreputable ancestral line. He said they were the lowest types of human beings. They were unfit to be people people. So basically he was using these antidotes as data as an argument to get the courts to pass a law to allow governments. Commits to sterilize right. There was this one guy there will he had a bunch of kids with one woman and those were all good kids and then he had had a kid with this other woman and that kid had a bunch of kids but those kids weren't good kid so obviously I should get to rule who has children and not. That was his argument so in March One Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty Four Virginia passed a law known as the EUGENIC Sterilization Act. Now it said that individuals confined to state institutions could be sterilized and they specifically name those afflicted with hereditary forms of insanity idiocy feeble mindedness or epilepsy. If you're violent and insane or also if you're affected by flashing lights you gotTa be snipped on the very same day Virginia. Pass the quote Racial Integrity Act These two acts targeted the feeble minded and banning whites from marrying non whites. They were both supported by quote. Scientific Ryan typic- arguments based on eugenics both laws of course used pseudoscience stories about revolutionary war soldier sleeping with tavern in girls. In order to marginalize the rights of these groups now Virginia wasn't the only state that passed laws like this. Indiana passed out of the first sterilization law. Many other states did as well that allowed the state to give sect amies to prison inmates who prevent to prevent transmission of degenerate traits. Now don't get me wrong like I. I also think that I should get to determine who gets to have children who does not so I get this I just I all different different reasons right exactly but I also understand that. I don't get to decide like I think I should be able to but I also know child molesters right. Yeah you don't you don't get to have any of those right if you've ever considered sex with a wail then I don't think you should be able to have children. Are was that anatomically poss-. I don't know it was just an animal that came to my brain. See during the nearly seven years. The sterilization was legal in Indiana about twenty. Five hundred people were sterilized against against their will the Supreme Court case that determined whether Virginia Sterilization Law was legal was the Carrie Buck. Ace So eugenicist Harry. Laughlin prepared a report on her genetic fitness for the courts trying to determine if the states actions were legal so Laughlin said that Carey ahead quote mental defectiveness with a mental age of about nine years She had a record during life of immorality prostitution on truthfulness. This these are quotes. She had an illegitimate child who was also declared a mental defective. At only six months of age he was very clear. Clear that Kerry buck had no redeeming qualities. He said quote. This girl comes from a shift list shiftless ignorant and worthless class of the people that whole phrase that was just used is a real indicator that you're not great at deciding things just issue a a statement about a whole class of people this as I said before it went all the way to the Supreme Court buck versus bell in one thousand nine hundred twenty seven. Oh my gosh. This makes me feel very nostalgic for which stories about my hometown. Bucks Port and Bell Witch. Yeah they're not tied together but those two words together triggered which stories. But here's the truth about Kerry buck. You heard his description in his court. Filings it was very different from what his proclamation Mation said Laughlin never even met Buck Carey was born to a woman named Emma Bach and when she was unable to support her child so she placed Carey in Foster Care Carey grew up with her foster family. The Dobbs living normal life she attended school. She did chores. She sang in the Church church choir. And when she was sixteen and nephew of Dobbs raped Kerry and got her pregnant the rape gave Harry Laughlin an excuse. Excuse to call Kerry a prostitute Charen who led an immoral life and had an illegitimate child rather than deal with this out of wedlock pregnancy mincy. The foster family had Kerry committed claiming that she was quote feeble minded They couldn't afford to deal with it. I guess what it comes down to is. Carrie was poor pregnant and had a sixth grade education which fit the stereotypes that they were trying to push forward of her? We're being a shiftless youth. The institution claim that Carey. Her mother and her six year old daughter were feeble minded and that they were social burdens. And if you you don't have to take care of a woman who is the victim of a crime as a society. Why would you want to the case of buck versus bell came came before the Supreme Court as I said in twenty seven? The justices read the trial transcripts from the original trial at the state level and the appeals court trial based on those sources Mrs Without Meeting Kerry Bach Supreme Court justices voted eight to one to uphold Carrie..
"scientific ryan" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Percents certainty that the pages were between I five hundred seventy one and six hundred and five years old that means it was likely written between fourteen o four and fourteen thirty eight eight CE? That's over one hundred years after Roger Bacon died in twelve ninety two now. This is a relatively new who development in the Saga of the voyage manuscript given the lack of this kind of technology in the nineteen twenties. It does make sense why people people like Newbold would connect the bizarre manuscript to someone like Roger Bacon. It seems likely. That Wilfred Voyage somehow got fixated on on the idea of Roger Bacon being connected to his manuscript and just couldn't get the thought out of his head. Then he passed that notion onto newbold who cemented the idea with his publication the cipher of Roger Bacon but this begs a new question entirely. If Roger Bacon in didn't write the Voinovich manuscript. 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Since it was unveiled in the Nineteen Ten's the Voinovich manuscript was associated with philosopher and linguist Roger Bacon however carbon dating performed reformed in two thousand nine proved that the six hundred year old thome was likely written over a century after Bacon's death however even even if Bacon wasn't involved there is still much we can surmise of the manuscript suspected history with the information and technology he had during in his lifetime wilfred voyage would have had no way to determine the exact date of the manuscripts creation. But one still wonders where he got the idea Vacant authorship in the first place well now we have an answer. When Wilfred I purchased the manuscript he found a letter are written in Latin tucked away between the pages? It read Reverend and Distinguished Sir Father in Christ this. This book bequeathed to me by an intimate friend. I destined for you. My very dear at the as soon as it came into my possession for I was is convinced it could be read by no one except yourself. The former owner of this book once asked your opinion by letter except now this token Dr Rafael Tutor in the Bohemian language. To Fernand the third. Then King of Bohemia told me the said book had belonged to the Emperor Rudolph Rudolph and that he presented the bear who brought him the book six hundred Ducats he believed the author was Roger Bacon the Englishman. On this point. I hi suspend judgment at the command of irreverence Yohannes Marcus. Marcy prog nineteenth of August sixteen. Sixty five This letter implies that at some point in the late sixteenth or early seventeenth century. The Voyage Manuscript was owned by Emperor. Rudolph it off the second Rudolph the second born in fifteen fifty two served. As King of Bohemia King of Hungary archduke of Austria and and the Holy Roman emperor over the course of his life. He's now regarded with some level of controversy. Some blame his poor rule for the thirty years war right Europe during the early seventeenth century others credit him with supporting scientific advancement and learning that eventually gave way to the scientific revolution. It's the latter association that makes Rudolph a viable candidate for ownership of the voyage manuscript. It's likely that during the Middle Ages the document was seen as some kind of encrypted scientific treatise this letter also seems to be the Genesis of Roger Bacon authorship theory and so we can assume that Wilfred Voinovich read this letter. Assumed that Rudolph the second knew what he was talking about. And thus spent the rest of his life trying to prove that the old emperor's assumption was correct the message if legitimate makes Rudolph the second second the first confirmed historical owner of the Boy Niche manuscript. And more it establishes a paper trail that we can try to unravel to learn more about the documents history. If this letter speaks the truth then Rudolph the second had to have purchased the voyage manuscript from somebody somebody and he also clearly had to have bequeathed it to someone after his death so first. Let's try to determine where Rudolph the second got the manuscript from the message. That voyage found indicated that Rudolf purchase the book for six hundred ducats. which would amount to a little less? Ask Than One hundred thousand dollars today. Wilfrid coinage proposed in nineteen. Twenty one that alchemist. John Dee sold the manuscript script to Rudolph the Second D. was a Welsh philosopher and mathematician. Who lived at the same time as Rudolph he was known to collect? Works extent were written by or associated with Roger. Bacon given that Voinovich was Convinced Bacon had written the manuscript it tracks that he would assume John On d. had the document at some point before selling it to Rudolph the next question is who received the manuscript after Rudolph passed is to weigh in sixteen twelve. Let's consider the author of this letter. Yohannes Marcus Marcy. Marcy was a doctor from Bohemia or modern pattern day Czech Republic served as the royal physician to the Holy Roman emperors in the early to mid seventeenth century. Marcy was only seventeen. MM In sixteen twelve win route off the second died so it's unlikely he ever worked directly for the man but he came into possession of the Voinovich manuscript at some point in the decades after Rudolph the seconds death Yohannes Marcus. Marcy was a renowned doctrine. Scientists during his lifetime like Roger Bacon. He devoted a good amount of effort to the study of optics and even predated sir. Isaac Newton in proposing the theory. The color was a result of modified light. All this is to say that Marcy was an incredibly intelligent and famed scientist He. He studied the fields of science. That many suspect the voyage manuscript addresses and yet. There's no record of marcy so you ever trying to decipher the text himself. It is possible that he simply didn't log his attempts so as not to immortalize his failures all we know about Marc's relationship to the manuscript is that in sixteen sixty five. He passed it off to his friend and colleague at the ACS this cursor Kirscher was a renowned Jesuit scholar who like Roger Bacon and Marcy was a polymath and expert in a number of Scientific Ryan typic- historical and literary fields. Among those specialties. Was Linguistics Kirscher was the ideal choice for marcy to send the. Oh Boy Niche. Manuscript to his extensive knowledge of current and old languages made him one of the most skilled translators and code crackers of his time. If anyone in the seventeenth century could figure out what the voyage manuscript actually said it was Kirscher but when he died in sixteen in Eighty the manuscript remained unsolved it then presumably remained among Kirsch irs other writings and text at the Colegio. Hi Joe Romano and stayed there after he died after that we lose the thread of where the voyage manuscript went until it reappeared in nineteen twelve at Villa Moindre Goni. There are some holes in the time line that linked the manuscript through the people we you just listed. According to voyage when he first recovered the voyage manuscript from Italy he discovered a faint signature that seemed to be in a different kind kind of ink from the rest of the writing. This was assumed to be the signature of your Covas synopsis. A check doctor who served as Rudolph the seconds botanist during the early seventeenth century. You Cobras close. Proximity to Rudolph. At the time of the emperor's death does seem to track with his potential ownership of the manuscript. It's possible that Rudolf bequeathed the thome to your cobras. Who then signed his name on the first page while the historical context indicates that this theory is certainly possible? There's a problem. Voyage accidentally erased the signature when he first conducted chemical tests on the manuscript in the mid. Nineteen Ten's while there are rough photocopies that show the name there. There's no weather proof that you cobras. Had it still in the absence of any real facts about the voyage manuscript from the fourteen hundreds until until the nineteen hundreds. These sorts of scraps are all we have to go off. Love considered the rough time line. We have thus far. It's claimed that Rudolph the second purchase the manuscript at some point in his life. Boy Niche proposed that he purchased the book from John. D Rudolph the the second then bequeathed the manuscript to his botanist. Your Cobras and you. Kobe's presumably keeps the manuscript until his death in in sixteen twenty two meaning. Someone else likely had it before it came into Marci's possession in sixteen sixties and the most likely candidate for that. Missing time is check alchemist Georg Barasch. He likely came into possession of the voyage manuscript script in the mid or.
"scientific ryan" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed
"I'm Dr Abdul El-Sayed and Today on America dissected. We're taking our scalpels. Modern medical scams unsubstantiated treatments that might I heard us or at least our wallets more than they help us to be clear. We're not talking about acupuncture or yoga for back pain. Those things actually have some scientific evidence backing them. We're talking about today's wind of gazing into blue glass or implanting go post and why with all the scientists provided us. We still pay money for treatments that have no basis in it so Carolyn. Can you introduce yourself. I mean let me first say I feel like it gives a lot of fodder to enemies to publicly associate myself with goop. I feel like there's just nothing more stable and they do do a lot of dumb stuff. I'm Caroline Youth. I'm a writer living in Los Angeles where I work on a newsletter called staunchly bought a product on Goop. Yes I do buy a lot of her beauty products. They're actually pretty good. She really great faith oil a really great like instant exfoliating full eating facial and that's what I'll say like the actual skin care and body recommendations are pretty strongly. The quality the the products is great the she that Caroline is referring to is of course Gwyneth paltrow actress and founder of Goop the infamous website for all things wellness related. I called up caroline because well she's Gupta's even though she kind of gets why it's problematic I mean I definitely don't think that someone someone should rely on Rose Quartz to heal their cancer or what has recommended something called grounding. That's basically like you put your feet on the grass and I don't know your autoimmune. Disease goes away or something. It's really ridiculous. It's like I fundamentally believe in science like subscribe to like I'm not a skeptic in the most real way like believe in vaccinations believe in doctors lying to us like I do believe and all that but I I also see how all my friends feel so unhealthy and I think part of it is mental and the part that's mental is sort of healed by holding a crystal in your hand and feeling like it makes you feel better and if you think that it sort of dies breath caroline is like many of us she's looking for an answer to her health challenges that she sometimes just I can't find through the usual means. She hasn't rejected science and medicine per se she just looking for an answer. They're not offering the problem. Though is who is offering answers answers goup which started as a newsletter in two thousand and nine is now a sprawling website estimated to be worth two hundred and fifty million dollars simply put goup making big money for its founder and CEO Gwyneth Paltrow it attracts over two million visitors a month. It is in some ways the locus of what some people including our next guest call the wellness industrial complex now before you get all upset at me and shout that's not fair. Not Everything on Google is a scam. I hear you sure not everything is dangerous or completely off base with science. It's just that so. Many things are like crystal infused water or walking around barefoot to heal yourself. You don't want to admit this on air but I did try to buy Jada Aig because she said it would huma hormones but they were sold out and that was years ago. Infamous EG caroline was far from alone in her interest in the data at sixty six bucks a pop these jade axe also known as Yoni eggs were simply vaginal eggs were hot sellers. There are being marketed to women to fix all kinds of things to balance hormones to regulate menstrual cycles to prevent uterine prolapse lapse into increase bladder control. Basically you insert this egg made out of jade into your vagina and your better. If that sounds awfully similar to go balls that's because it is it might sound harmless but the use of these eggs could lead to infections and worse things like toxic shock syndrome trim which can kill you and here's the important thing paltrow and her people were advertising these Jay decks to to all of those things with absolutely zero Scientific Ryan diffic- evidence to back it up in the medical world. That's a big no no we don't recommend treatments for people unless they're backed up by rigorous scientific evidence that come out of scientific trials. That's the backbone of what we call evidence based medicine but much of the wellness industry exists in this gray area often outside of the purview the food and Drug Administration who strictly regulates most medical products instead. It's mostly left to the FTC the Federal Trade Commission the folks tasks would general consumer protection from mm-hmm appliances electronics to vitamins and supplements which means it's not subject to the same kind of standards of testing labeling that we put on other products we put in our bodies group had been flying too close to the sun for some time getting hit for making false medical claims on their site from the Better Business Bureau and Truth in advertising on products for moon juice a collaborator practices like rounding which we talked about earlier and in two thousand eighteen the jade caught the eye of authorities in California they hid goop with civil penalties amounting to one hundred Gordon forty five thousand dollars for making dangerous unsubstantiated claims about what the Jada could do paltrow's response. She bragged to a group of students at Harvard Business School about the cultural firestorm over the product. I can monetize those eyeballs. I know presses bad press in an interview with the BBC. When asked of Goop was practicing pseudoscience Paltrow defended her company saying quote? We really believe that there are healing modalities that have existed for thousands of years. There's an incredible power in the human body to heal itself. She went further speaking to the ways that her company's products challenged conventional Western medicine and at the same time empower women that last point though about the need to empower women and is true while it wouldn't call selling women jade eggs that could kill them empowering. What is his right that women have been marginalized in the healthcare system for a long time? Every every woman I know has in some ways been unsatisfied with the level of care fees received from traditional medicine and traditional doctors and feel she hasn't listen to and I think that Goo kind of enables women to seek alternative paths to wellness and explore outside outside of traditional medicine sometimes to an extreme but I feel like most often not I think it's so easy for men to denigrate these efforts listen to dismiss them as frivolous without really reckoning with the fact that the medical system was set up for Matt and like the more studies we learn about you know women being being fifty percent more likely to be misdiagnosed after heart attack statistics like that. Don't make me feel like doctors are always right need more completely to be trusted but especially with women. I understand the outrage intellectually but I just can't get there emotionally because I just feel like women haven't had many other options in a way like we have a system that was set up to basically let us die like seatbelts or made for men specifically. We like white average-sized men. We've had to sort of be creative and kind of like you know macgyver our own solutions and end clearly. We're not nailing it every time but I don't think there is anything inherently wrong with that. I think we have to work on fixing the gender under by thieves in the medical system and then. I think that there's less base for a thing like since the dawn of evidence based medicine as Caroline Caroline says scientific research is either implicitly or explicitly focused its attention on one demographic white men in fact everything I learned in medical school is optimized to one person the seventy kilogram that's one hundred fifty four pounds for the people trying to math in their head that means that caroline one is right. There's this yawning gap. The space in which evidence based medicine has left whole groups of people namely women ignored that study that caroline excited about women and heart disease. That's a big one. It included more than one hundred eighty thousand people found that women were three times as likely to die of heart disease because there were less likely to get treated and that was because they were less likely to get the right diagnosis in the first place. Heart disease is the deadliest disease in the world but the stereotypical symptoms that we always hear about left sided crushing chest pain it turns out that that's not the way that heart disease often presents in women. It's a heart attacks are more likely to be missed because we've created a whole stereotype about how a deadly disease presents itself constructed entirely around men and when you know that even if you were to get the most deadly disease in the world you might be misdiagnosed and mistreated simply because you're a woman I can appreciate why you'd be in the market for an alternative now. It's certainly true that there are other facets assets of medical scamming and quackery that target men and women alike but the truth is that our failure to center women and healthcare has left them vulnerable in two ways first to being mistreated by the healthcare system in the first place and then to be exploited by the alternative in addition all that there's also the problem that evidence based medicine just it hasn't really answered some of the more Amorphous medical questions that nagging pain or that tired feeling that just won't go away those hormone issues that Caroline Almond referred to all of this helps explain why Caroline who believes in science might turn to a place like Goop by failing to center and appreciate diversity and in failing to listen and empathize. We've left quacks like win at the space to prey on people's insecurities evidence based medicine has to do a better job of addressing these things but how do we do it for that. 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"scientific ryan" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"I don't get how people they're like. The way life is or joy like the different things that they do or like the food but it's like. I don't assume that like their lives aren't worth living. It's just like yeah fuck I don't I don't Ed Training and Food Yeah. I don't get Ukrainian food. I don't think you're all miserable. I just don't understand why you enjoy this but it's whatever it's you like this do said death would probably be deliverance deliverance yeah yeah yeah because their lives are so miserable because it's not the life he lied drinking a bottle of champagne every lunch pro winston churchill everybody SA- versus Mac Umbro yeah in a memo to Churchill Frederick Lindemann suggested that the Bengal famine arose from crop failure and high birthrate he omitted not to mention that the calamity also derived from India's role of supplier to the allied war effort that the colony was not being permitted to spend its sterling reserves or to employ its own ships importing sufficient food and that by his Malthusian logic Britain should have been the first two star but was being sustained by food imports that were six times larger than the one and a half million tonnes that the government of India had requested for the coming year. It's more from scientific American so the amount of food Britain was importing was six times with the government of India had requested and was way more than was necessary because they were again stockpiling now the war council did agree to send a total of one hundred fifty thousand tonnes of grain grain over the course of three months to help out with the situation but they only agreed to this when the famine was at its worst level near the end of nineteen forty three around this time Canada offered one one hundred thousand tonne grain gift to India out of the goodness of their maple leaf hearts. How Churchill responded to that? Tell me he didn't take it bro. He didn't let him do it. No he didn't let him do it. He rejected that on the grounds that quote it would be unjustified able to impose any additional strain on our shipping resources this now he David Stern that shit yeah. It wouldn't have been worth it. What do you want from me? What do you want for me Robert Albert? What response do you want? What what's the lesson here because I get the other ones okay caused me? I learned a lot about myself. I was like okay. I knew there's places that can be a better at a person I see how my society and how rules I. I got that but this one. What are you going to learn Robert? These guys are crazy you should it's not that they're crazy. It's that number one. It's like Winston Churchill who is one of the West greatest heroes was a total piece of shit but more than that it's that you can't trust scientific Ryan typic- thinking alone that these guys who are like facts don't care about your feelings like one of the big things that the guy we were we like we talked about a little bit in the beginning of the episode episode Yeah it's not good to just care only about that like part of what one of the like arguments commits a like like when people analyze lindwall's impact one of the arguments often made is that like you can't just have people educated in science scientists need to have a solid would grounding in the humanities and a solid grounding literature in a solid grounding and like human events like beyond just like mathematics because if they don't then they start making decisions like this. This is a guy who never gave a shit or like read he never read the fucking bag of odd Gita never had like any sort of appreciation for the fact that other other cultures are still human beings have rich inner lives like he was purely about the numbers and when you let when all you care about is like Oh this guy has the best factual argument and like morality doesn't play into it. Ethics doesn't play into it then you wind up being the fucking Nazis like part of like what we we just read about in that paragraph this idea that like if you get to if you let humanitarian concerns Dr you too much it'll destroy the world like like you can't. You can't just let your sympathy for starving people overwhelmed like the practical concerns it was such a big part of the social darwinist ideas that drove both Churchill and Linneman there was also what the Nazis were saying like a big part of Nazi propaganda was that social justice was a Jewish invention and that caring too much about the poor or like about other peoples in the world was amazingly like not just made you weak. It was part of a Jewish conspiracy to destroy white people people still today the guy who shot up the tree of life synagogue did it because he believed that Jewish people were importing starving Hispanic people into the United States in order to weaken white America like that that conspiracy is still very much a thing and it's important to understand that like that was at the core of the British Empire as well as the Nazis they were just thirty percent less shitty won't even give them thirty bro yeah. I won't even give them thirty. I think there's the man is the fucking Auschwitz Yo like like like the British never did the British. It was always it was horrible rebel evil on a scale that it's times was it like I would compare them more to Stalin I would say Churchill was note because Stalin Star five million people in brain as part of like an ideological illogical thing because he believed it would help the revolution succeed essentially Britain did that. They didn't just decide like well. Let's just burn a million people to your on the thirty percent thirty percent twenty five and that's my final offer okay. I'll give you that so yeah now. Thankfully we just talked about how the Canadians offered us one hundred thousand tonnes of grain over Churchill turned down but then it turned out that a Canadian ship was already loaded with ten thousand tons of grain in and was waiting to take off from a port unlike the northeast coast of Canada and sailed down to India Churchill fought against letting deliver the food aid that was already loaded on the grounds that sending the grain all the way from Canada would be inefficient now not everyone on the war council agreed with us. Some of them were horrified and one of those people was a fella named Leopold Amery he he was a member of the war council and he wrote the trouble is that Winston so dislikes India and all to do with it that he can see nothing but the mere waste of shipping space involved in the longer journey now at the same time the United Kingdom was enjoying a very healthy grain surplus and win the height. The Feminine Bengal was at its deadliest Winston Churchill was informed that they ahead a significant surplus of grain which he cheerfully advised should be given to chicken farmers so that the British people could enjoy even more eggs as nineteen forty four dawned the more shipping and more grain was dedicated towards building a stockpile for an invasion of the Balkans that Churchill hoped would liberate Greece. This stockpile did not end up being used the campaign failed the war council considered having tens of thousands of tons of food on hand to save white people from possible famine was worth far more than stopping an actual famine in India cheeses and and contrary to the expectations the famine did indeed hit and it hit hard hundreds of thousands and eventually millions of people began to starve the deaths from peer starvation actually a peek at the end of nineteen forty-three but throughout nineteen forty four the weakness brought on by chronic malnutrition led to sweeping rates of disease malaria rates in nineteen forty four jumped one hundred and twenty five percents above normal dysentery deadly diarrhea often brought on by eating bad food at of desperation also claimed lives so cholera and smallpox but the end of the famine roughly three three million Indians mostly in Bengal had died so talk and a half a Holocaust. We'll have the Jewish chunk of the Holocaust two-thirds of a hollow the more it is a it is a war crime on the scale of anything else that happened in World War Two that is just not talked about never never heard of this shit. Yeah Yeah not not talked about enough now. The war cabinet did eventually agreed to send an additional two hundred thousand tons of wheat and barley to India but it did not arrive arrive quickly enough to make a difference the vast stockpiles at Churchill and Linneman had built up for Greece and Italy and for the home islands wound up being mostly useless. If any of this batard the proof he did did not show it now in some fairness Lindenman did not exactly have a reputation for carrying all that much about the white people close to him either one of his colleagues wrote that he was lacking lacking in the bond of human sympathy for every chance person who was not brought into a personal relationship with him when an acquaintance who was a friend of the profs died the and that man showed up to work in tears linneman responded to him. Oh I thought him a very second rate person within this is their grief and stated that the dead man was widely sadly considered to be brilliant and talented Lindemann just repeated. He was a very second rate person. It's unlikely that the millions of people who starved to death in Bengal would have even rated rated as second rate to Frederick Landman now all that said I would not be doing my due diligence as a podcast mister who again sort of looks like a historian if you squint if I did not point out that there are historians who will disagree with basically everything I've said vis-a-vis Churchill and linneman causing the famine. AM and Bengal no one disagrees that had happened but you will find a lot of defenses saying that Churchill had nothing to do with it and in fact within conservative academia there exists a small cottage industry in defending Winston Churchill and those near him from any accusations of racism or being a butcher on the scale of someone like Stalin. The King of this very Specific Hill Bill is Professor Richard Im- Langguth he has made it his life's mission to defend Winston Churchill from allegations like the ones made by Mackenzie two years ago Malcolm glad well all covered in an episode of his revisionist history podcast laying worth immediately wrote a detailed retort defending Linda Mitchell one of the things he does in this retort is is to cite year-by-year of the different times Winston Churchill expressed sympathy for India in order to be like he couldn't have one of these people to die. Look at all the Nice things he said. I'm GonNa read you what he said in this guy's the to see like instances that he picks out for the year nineteen forty four because he organizes these church. Oh quotes by year to alike prove that he wasn't racist so here's nineteen forty four. There's two entries war cabinet conclusions fourteenth February nineteen forty four Churchill is quote most just anxious that we should do everything possible to ease the Viceroy's position but the Minister of war transport says he cannot continue fifty thousand tons of imported wheat instead he proposes sending Iraqi barley really cutting the United Kingdom Import Program Alas Link With Rights Indians refused to consume barley. I can't find any evidence that this is true to find evidence that a lot the barley was sent tens of thousands of tons but that it had no impact on the price of wheat because it was barley and again. The rising price of wheat was the primary driver of the famine. It's what you said earlier. It's not about a lack of food is about the price of food. It's about the price and it's just I think it might just be racism. That says like Indians just wouldn't eat the barley find any evidence that that was fucking true now. I'm not sure yeah I just I can't find any evidence of that. He doesn't cite anything. There's no like source citation station for the fact that Indians were soon barley yeah of Hillsdale college which is a conservative university. You know better than that professor Oh but he's is is his job to defend Winnie Church. Here's a second example of Churchill's deep sympathy for Indians from nineteen forty four were cabinet conclusions twenty four th February nineteen gene forty four India's needs have grown to seven hundred and twenty four.
"scientific ryan" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Found the body of salomon august andrei he was leaning against iraq and he was partially submerged in snow has head was missing but inside his jacket. They found a large monogram an a. for andrei dry. It wouldn't be long before they'd find accounts from all three of the expedition's explorers recounting their tragic ends franken's notes were mostly scientific ryan diffic- recording things like meteorological observations strindberg also recorded scientific observations but his mostly about the night sky but he also so wrote letters to his fiancee a woman named anna shirley air in those letters strindberg <unk> tragically certain that they were going to get through this that they were going to survive and that he would get back their tour andre himself kept journals which are really the most thorough accounts of the events that lead to their death early on the journey he wrote it is not a little strange to be floating here above the polar sea to be the first to a floated here in a balloon host soon. I wonder shall we ask successors. We think we can well face death. Having done what we have done isn't it all perhaps the expression of an extremely strong sense of individuality which cannot bear the thought of living and dying like a man in the ranks forgotten by coming generations generations. Is this ambition. Thanks to those records. We learned that it was only sixty five hours after they i departed the crew crew finally had to choose to abandon their hot air balloon it had taken them really far off course repeatedly it had soared to heights that most of them felt a too dangerous to fly in a balloon while other times it had flown so low that it was literally dragging along the ice exhausted in hungary their journey journey behind balloon ended only five hundred seventy miles from where they started but only three hundred of those miles had actually been in the right direction they found themselves stranded branded some three hundred miles from where they started three hundred miles from the north pole and with next to no hope at all for rescue now these guys were no quitters so so they strap sledge's which are like heavy duty sleds to their backs and loaded each and one up with three or four hundred pounds of gear and equipment and supplies and started dragging them to the southeast he see in the event of some sort of a disaster a disaster much like this. They had chartered a ship to drop off an emergency supply. Mike crate and franz josef island third plan was to drag their their resupply there and start working on rescue from that point. I think the problem was is that they were in. Perhaps the most inhospitable environment imaginable and they were hungry so believe it or not this small crew of two engineers and a physics professor actually managed to hunt and kill a polar bear which they then made into pretty hearty meal they walked for upwards of ten hours a day but the terrain was so bad the gear was so heavy that they still manage to only cover about three miles ells on the best of them through it all though andre continued to capture the beauty of his surroundings and he kept doing that even as their health began to fade fade he really seemed to appreciate the fact that this small crew were the only men to ever see some of these environments that they were trudging through and despite eight the misery of the circumstances he still really seemed to appreciate the magic of that on august thirty first more than a month and a half after they had departed he wrote of what they saw when he said the sun touched the horizon at midnight the landscape on fire the snow a c. aflame lane. Things were only going to get worse from there. However and on september twenty third.
"scientific ryan" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Does not mean moral in the traditional religions because lots of people have lots of desires that does not necessarily mean that fulfilling those desires and action is not sinful but sure sure i mean if you wanna say genetically normal that that at least it is genetically based with certain extent of course that's true. Sexual activity exists in the animal kingdom as well benjamin. You says it's written into our jeans and it's part of our environment. This is part of our species. It's part of who we are okay. That's fine in a again. I don't really see the problem with that but there is a problem with the study eddie and it's the left objecting even before its publication thursday in the journal science. The study has generated bait and concern including within the renowned broad institute itself several scientists who are part of the l._g._b._t._q. Community said they were worried. The findings could give ammunition to people who seek to use science to bolster biopsies discrimination against gay people in other words shut down the science because it might not achieve the result we want if the results had been that there is one gauging and that sexual orientation is immutable unchanging and entirely genetically ethnically based not entirely environmental then released the findings but if it cuts against that then you can't release the findings because it undercuts argument. Here's an idea have a better argument there plenty of good arguments for same sex civil rights. I've made a bunch of libertarian arguments on that basis. I think that those are perfectly valid arguments. They're worthy of debate and disagreement but if you're basing your bad arguments on bad science maybe you should change your argument instead of trying to shut down the science hey but unfortunately this is the tendency of a lot of people on the left. No debate it notice goshen whenever things get dicey for your arguments you just try and shut it down. Shut that stuff down. Cancel it stephen riley geneticist and postdoctoral researcher who's is on the steering committee of the institutes l._g._b._t._q. Affinity groups said quote. I deeply disagree about publishing miss. It seems like something could easily be misconstrued in world without any <unk> discrimination understanding human behaviors noble goal but we don't live in that world in other words. The narrative should trump science. This is not a scientist is a political activist in the whole goal of science is to achieve objective verifiable facts about the world so that we can operate within those fax and you can still pursue exactly the same agenda the or pursuing stephen riley but maybe your arguments have to suck less. Maybe your arguments should be based on. I don't know the science since you are in fact a geneticist discussions between doctrine neal's team and colleagues who questioned the research research continuing for months dr neal's team which included psychologists and sociologists us suggestions from those colleagues and outside l._g._b._t._q. Groups to clarify wording and highlight caveats. That's amazing so they were prescreening the results with activist groups. Can you imagine this happening on the right. Can you imagine it truly pre-screening scientific ryan tiffin results with advocacy groups for particular political narrative. This is insanity. It truly is and we're seeing this happen more and more broadly if they're doing it in science. They will certainly do it in politics. They'll do it anywhere. Dr neal is gay okay. Dr neil who's one of the leads on the study is gay. He said i definitely bentley heard from people who are kind of why do this at all and so there was some resistance there personally. I'm still concerned. It's going to be deliberately misused to advance agendas of hate but i do believe that the sort of pro-active way we've approached this and a lot of the community engagement aspects that we've tried were important the moment the study was published online thursday afternoon. The broad institute took the unusual step of posting essays by dr riley and others who raised questions about the ethics science and social implications of the project joe video postdoctoral researcher at the broad institute said quote as a queer person and analysis. I struggled to understand the motivations behind a genome wide association study for non heterosexual behavior..
"scientific ryan" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Oh oh great yeah because that's not confusing to anyone double double yeah but they last last week launched a new app called curb o. k. u. r. b. o. like turbo with a k. or do not even know why that's so funny to me. That's the oh worst fucking name. That's that's like your nickname for. Dude named kirby young yeah curb appeal the puck meister. It is a weight loss app for children as young as eight years old. I'm started to be used by children. Yes to be used by children so take <hes> just everything about this is depressing so it starts out like at the very inception as kind of having the gloss of science because it was a app that was developed by stanford university's pediatric obesity program which sounds scientific ryan tiffin professional and there is a obesity problem in america and presumably in america's children but from there it just gets really really weird with like some of it involves like they ask why you're doing this and like your goals can be to lose weight to please my the parents and the website features before and after photos of once chubby kids who are now thin in that's in quotes <hes> the page also includes includes the fine print results are not typical and yeah it just all kind of points. The idea that thinness is the ideal standard. It's designed assigned to promote not like health but like because you weigh in by like tracking your measurement like setting goals. There are things where it's it's like groups foods into red groups yellow groups and green and try to eat more green less red. <hes> and you know that could be a useful thing you to like. Get promote kids eating healthily right <hes> but it's it just has all these other places where it sort of gema fis is like weight loss right and visualizing. It's like you're this but you wanna be this. Which is why you need curb. Oh right and if you know kids aren't already getting like bombarded even more more with like unrealistic ideas of how your life or roddy should look like yeah. Ha we wanna fucking may wanna mainline some body dismore disorder order into your fucking veins yet eight years old yes so the national eating disorder association said that this poses some grave risks because it is is like giving children advice with no in-person monitoring bhai medical professionals so to kind of illustrate how this could go wrong a <hes> dietitian went in and basically made a profile that was somebody with an eating disorder <hes> <hes> like a fake kid yeah so created a fake profile for a fourteen year old with a weight that would be low for her height her diet consisted only of mustard celery and water and she recorded hours of treadmill exercise the app then told her how well she was doing <hes> which so even when you put like what g today mustard celery and water. They're like great good job. Keep going yeah. You're still fucked up looking yeah and clearly in los angeles right right yeah only leaving mustard and celery yeah. Is that a real diet. I think mustard and celery. I think it's one of those things that probably like eating disorder like border. It's all water raton. Just a little bit of trick yourself into like your body into thinking you're feeding it sustenance and is not feeding his way but weight watchers take take is sort of like hey kids you wanna get your own health into your blake. Bring a control back into your hands with this app rate and i'm sure there instances in which it is useful but it is like they're just putting it out there. It's not a thing where you're getting medical attention on a person to a person basis to judge if this is going to be useful in that instance like right if if you're being monitored if you're using it in association with like a doctor kind of like like working with you and your family maybe that would work but because it's being like you know treated like a an app that they're trying to like make take a profit off of it. Just is going to go wrong. No matter what right select more cynical thing is like that this is the last dying gasp of weightwatchers to try and like insert themselves and being like this is.
"scientific ryan" Discussed on A Scary Home Companion
"Eighteen sixty seven the parisian named gaston eilly. The air who published a book called lead botanist profane the profane botanist there was a minor scandal when priests and bishops the local roman catholic churches condemned this book it was subsequently banned and nationwide and the author summarily moved to england eilly air claimed that the book had come from a prophetic dream him he had after being an accident keeps briefly hospitalized unconscious for three days and when he woke up he had clear clear memories of remarkable and horrifying vision eilly air claimed that he had followed a sinister gardner into into what he called defeated mirror image of eden filled with living plants and alien life forms. The profane botanist was not profane in the way we use the term today. It's not about profanity it meant unholy holy unnatural earlier turned his vision into a book which was part novel part memoir and part gardening a tutorial he even included sketches and paintings along with step by step instructions for growing some of the horrors he you described and it was those very instructions that infuriated the church the most while the author had always maintained maintained that this was a work of fiction church officials thought that it might be used as a tool for recruitment into the dark arts a fear which would actually come to pass some years later much like alchemy or transmutation profane in botany involves using natural science for unnatural results in this case to grow weaponized plants lance in vegetation to create hybrids and innovate new and dangerous flora in the final passages of his book eilly early air states that the ultimate goal of profane botany is to undermine destroy and then completely replace the ecosystem of our world plant. Life is the basis for our eco-system and the profane botanist sought to erase that entirely early to prepare the earth for a new kind of life and to do that he needed to create new unnatural hybrids of of plant matter in human tissue which was a corker of horror novel idea but freddie far out in terms of scientific feasability until eighteen ninety when a man named ezra done witch use the book to profane botanist as a basis for what he called his botanical science league dr done which was a noted horticulturalist the time and he put together a group of like minded scientists out at his manner with the sole purpose of putting the principles of profane botany into practice done which cold think-tank think-tank his contemporaries said it was a colt through the eyes of history as redundant which has become known as the first first of a new breed of eco terrorist done which stated repeatedly that this was merely a scientific ryan typic- exploration of bizarre theory their group merely wanted to see if any of the outlandish ideas in the book could actually work from eighteen ninety through the fall of eighteen ninety seven as redone which in his small braintrust rust lived out in the country isolated from the rest of the world working on profane botany in time he hired armed guards for his manner and started to erect fences of a ridiculous height to keep out prying eyes at the same time he started to submit mitt papers to academic journals all across the country done which in these papers claimed significant results so so significant in fact that each and every academic journal rejected each and every research paper he was advised sized more than once to start submitting his work to pulp cy five magazines and penny dreadful 's after all uh anyone claiming to have successfully created hybrids of animal tissue and plant tissue will they must be mad right in the fall of eighteen ninety seven the don which manner and most of the grounds were consumed in a massive fire her which was the end of the first and only notable inherent to the idea of profane botany until <music> drinking.