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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:54 min | 11 months ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Is coming to Denver and you can be a part of it with K House triple play. Listen to the Ross Kaminsky Show this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and be the seventh caller. When he tells you to call in. You could win tickets to all Star Sunday, the home run Derby or the All Star Game from 6 30 K House. Okay? Happy Friday. I'm Ross. Thanks so much for being here. Can I just be silly with you for a minute? We've been talking about gross food all week and I had shared with you this email from from Bob in Littleton, he said the most awful thing I consumed was processed, er, canned meat spread on a slice of bread. I had this at my aunt's home in Phoenix, Arizona was a slimy, translucent, gelatinous gunk. With chunks of brain and various organ meat. He has me as meat in air quotes or in quotes and God knows what I get nauseous, even describing it. A real Depression era treater was informed. So Several people emailed me their best guesses as to what that was, and it's not scrapple. Although and I don't think Scrapple is quite that gross, But so I just want to mention a couple things. First of all, have you heard of Scrapple Scrapple is not something that probably everybody in Colorado would have heard of because It's It's a food from not the deep South, but like actually not to sell more like the mid Atlantic. It's also Pretty big with the Mennonites in the Amish, the Pennsylvania Dutch, So Scrapple also has a name in Pennsylvania. Dutch Pon Haas Haas means rabbit in Dutch punt, so it would be Pan rabbit and I'll go from Wikipedia. It's traditionally a mush of pork scraps in trimmings. Combined with corn meal and wheat flour. The mush is formed into a semi solid congealed loaf and the slices of these scrapple or than pan fried before serving scraps of meat left over before butchering not used or sold elsewhere were made into scrapple to avoid waste. They are commonly considered an ethnic food. It's correct of the Pennsylvania Dutch found in supermarkets throughout the region in both fresh and frozen, refrigerated cases, and what I what I like so much about this particular Wikipedia entry on Scrapple. They've got this little box that shows a picture of the stuff that looks almost like a I like a ginger cake or like a slightly darker color than a carrot cake. A little gross anyway, it it says alternative names, Region or statement. Atlantic States and then it says Type and under type. It just says mush. I I just love that now. As for Bob, the stuff that Bob eight My thought, and some other listeners thought was head cheese. And And if you look at the picture of head cheese on on Wikipedia is truly disgusting. It is this clear gelatin with weird, odd bits of meat stuck in it. And Wikipedia describes it as a cold cut. Tareen, or meat jelly, often made with flesh from the head of a calf or pig typically said an aspect that originated in Europe usually eaten colder at room temperature. The dishes despite the name, not a dairy cheese head cheese is gross. And it's okay if you like it, But I'm telling you, it's gross. Now. A bunch of people, though, sent me this idea. And I hadn't heard of this specific product but is a product called potted meat. Called potted meat, and there's a website called Dave's Cupboard, and he put up a little notes some years ago. Potted meat is nastier than you can imagine. And a listener actually sent me a A list of the ingredients in potted meat as made by multiple different companies. One example from Hormel. Beef tripe mechanically separated chicken beef hearts Partially, DeFede had cooked beef, fatty tissue meat, broth, vinegar, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, flavoring, sugar and sodium nitrate. It wouldn't be the same without sodium nitrate, and maybe later I'll share with you this really great piece from Dave's cupboard about how potted meat is nastier than you can imagine when we come back. We're going to talk about China with Gordon Chang, one of the true experts. That's right after this. Hey, there homeowners. Are you experiencing pipe leaks as your water bill unexpectedly high, or are you suffering from low water pressure? These are signs of widespread pipe failure due.

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on The Dictionary

"I don't know we'll find out in the gs. Next is colle- she c. a. l. i. c. h. e. coli she it is not collegiate. From game of thrones. This is something different. I assume this is a noun from circa eighteen. Fifty eight one. The nitrate bearing gravel or rock of the sodium nitrate deposits of and peru to a crust of calcium carbonate that forms on the stony soil of arid regions kelly she. This is american spanish from spanish which means flake of from cal which means lime from latin calculus and there's more at the word chuck very similar to all those calcium words we read a few episodes go next is calico noun from fifteen seventy eight one. A cotton cloth imported from india. One b is british a plain white cotton fabric. That is heavier than muslin. One see any of various cheap cotton fabrics with figured patterns to a blotches or dotted animal. Especially one that is predominantly white with red and black patches. Calico is also an adjective. I have a calico cat. I didn't know this not not beforehand. But i learned it after i got the cat that most calico cats are female. And i don't know why it has to do with genetics But i guess the vast majority of the time you see a calico cat it will be female Yeah so it's basically you know. Just the this pattern I wouldn't say that her splotches are red more orange she's mostly black and has some orange and white patches. Maybe i'll post a picture of her bailey bailey. I've maybe i have posted a picture of her mouth. Another one And this is from calicut. india Next is calico bass. Two words noun from circa eighteen eighty. Two synonym is black crappie. It's the crappiest fish next is calico bush. Two words noun from eighteen. Fourteen synonym is mountain. Laurel it's probably some kind of bush and then our last word is an abbreviation it is calif capital c. a. l. i. f. It is an abbreviation for california so we had calandra callan kalyanpur calf calf's Boy i'm messing this up. Kaffa calf's foot jelly cap. Skin caliban caliber calibrate calibration Kelly she calico calico bass calico bush. I wonder if the bass in the bush have that sort of blotches Spotted pattern on them And then calif. Well i'm gonna pick calico as the word of the episode Because i have a calico cat so why not We so in terms of my song I am actually going to sing a portion of a very stupid song that my wife and i made up Let's see i'll give you a short back story My cat bailey is incredibly soft especially her her underbelly. It is the softest on a cat. I have ever felt. I swear maybe if there was a guinness world records for softest cat in the world she would win probably anyway so i think it was mostly. My wife made up. The song. And i will singaporean of it to you. They this softest hat in the world makes other cats feel like squirrels. That's all i'm going to sing but there is more. Thank you very much for listening. And until next time this is spencer dispensing information go by..

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Okay, And then there's one that's called Princess. Make a Wish. Now to me that sounds like something a little girl with, like, so that it really gets me mad. But this is just so gross. Okay, princess, make a witch milkshake. Vanilla ice cream blended with vanilla sauce. Okay, rainbow Sprinkles. Tons of food coloring guys topped with whipped cream, a marshmallow wheel. White chocolate kid calf and a pink frosted cupcake with a birthday candle served in a white chocolate mug covered in pink Sprinkles. I mean, guys, Okay, That is just I don't know about you guys. But to me that sounds disgusting. And some of you may be laughing. Oh, I think I'm going to go there, and I'm not trying to promote them. I've tried to do the opposite because I know how addictive sugar can be for people and I see it in my office all the time. And I know that science based evidence shows someone on a lot of sugar like someone who drinks one of those or eats it. Whatever you want to call it, you know it would be so high from that sugar afterward. Their brain waves are similar to someone who's on on drugs like okay, and that's neurologist is telling us about that, not me, So I'm here to tell you I know it's addictive. I don't want you guys to get addictive. I want you to say I want him here to change the way you think about food. But so there's all these different gums and beckoning agents like gum Arabic gum. War gone Mastic come xanthan gone period Jean and cotton seeds, pesticides like glyph phosphate, which we know is linked to cancer. Um Delta, Murph In is another press pestis ized that they use preservatives and antioxidants, such as s sodium. Salt, fight formaldehyde, sodium, bentonite sodium nitrate. All the sweeteners. You know the fake sugars, which I hate because they could be anywhere from 200 to 800 times. Sweeter than sugar zyla tall, um, aspartame, a rich rich oilman in 12, So check your bottled waters with the pretty fruit on it. That probably have fake sugar in it. If it doesn't taste just like water, and then they have flavor enhancers like MSG. A motive. Chloride sodium citrate. We have dies and pigments such it's acid blue. Three acid red 14, beta carotene, blue number one Brilliant blue blue number two into go. Brilliant. Black green number three Red number two Red number three red number four red number 40 years. Five yellow six and a lot of this stop has been linked to cancer. Neurological symptoms bait, you know, skin problems, bloating GI distress. And there's some information out there that says its length to, um autism. And so you know, we don't need all this stuff in our food. Okay? We need to be more proactive about our own health. So sugar may seem harmless, but it's really not. It can be toxic when consumed in large quantities. And Americans are consuming massive amounts of sugar. I read somewhere about people consume up to £130 of sugar a year. And the big food industry wants us to get addicted. You could see from what I was just Stop contributing to food and I just say that I think most of us are much smarter than that. And so I want you guys to realize that I'm here for you. I'm here for you every Saturday and I'm gonna lead you in the right path. And I know why you guys are messed up about this because it's confusing because the big lie that a lot of people don't understand is that Um, it started back in 1967, where three Harvard scientists and published in the New England Journal of Medicine, right, We would think that's a reliable source. The academic paper looked at several different studies on the effects of sugar on fat on heart health and concluded that saturated fat By far the bigger called threat. If people want to avoid a heart attack, the Harvard scientists that they should avoid as much that is possible and that's when we started getting a lot of sugar in our foods right in the seventies and eighties. And so they said, you know, Furthermore, you should replace these fats with carbohydrates. And so the sugar companies started to really make some big bucks at this time, right? And so now we know you know eventually what happens then? Is you get addicted to sugar? Now you're putting. You know you're everything you eat is sugary and you're eating way too much sugar than you should and you end up with diabetes or heart disease. And You know, the sugar industry just didn't you? No pay for science that supported it as being a toxic product. It paid for science that you know, concluded that you know, sugar wasn't that bad. It was really fat. That was bad, So they're close. How the confusion started many, many years ago. Let's say the seven days we'll just call it that, and then by the eighties, people were consuming all Ah lot of sugar free things because all Sunday turned around And I'm sorry. A lot of fat free things. And then everybody was thinking. Oh, my goodness. So I'm just gonna stop eating fat and then you know, And then there was problems with that. Because now you're getting you're not getting your fat soluble, Ooh, trance and those are very important. For example, Vitamin D. We all know that vitamin D can prevent cancer could help with our mood. Just a lot of really important things that vitamin D does. And there's lots of other Vitamins and minerals that we're probably missing from our diets. Right? And we now are in this time where they're saying by 2000 and fourty. Personalized nutrition is going to be a $64 billion industry. So we have testing we can do. We could do micronutrient testing. We could do genome testing. We can do food, attitudes testing. We could do food sensitivity testing, and so that for those people who you know your insurance may pay for a medical nutrition therapy visit you all So may want to go above and beyond right and try and do something that would actually help your health. And so one of the things that the micro nutrient testing does is it sees where you are in balance with all your different vitamins and minerals and antioxidants, and it also look that CQ 10 and quite a few others. But if you're someone who has been, you know, suffering. From any of those things that dimensions like G. I problems and, you know, headaches and brain fog and fatigue. After the break, I'm going to tell you guys a little bit more about some of the things you can do to be proactive in your health, you know, and and stuff. You know, like one of my clients recently was, like, you know. You know, she was telling me about something she wanted to join. That was like $250 or something, And I said, just do it. It's $250 Stop ordering the pizza every week, Okay, because that's what you she did should order pizza every single Thursday night or something..

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How Big Oil Misled The Public Into Believing Plastic Would Be Recycled

Planet Money

11:28 min | 1 year ago

How Big Oil Misled The Public Into Believing Plastic Would Be Recycled

"How did millions of Americans come to believe that most plastic would be recycled when that's not actually true Laura Sullivan is GonNa take the story from here. Okay, it seemed like a good place to start was the plastic industry they make the stuff. Did they know the truth about recycling plastic? I headed to one of the birthplaces of plastic plastic comes from oil. But really comes from the dupont chemical company and some of the plastic industries old records are housed in the Hagley Library. It's this stone building on the grounds of the first dupont family home in Delaware. This is a place that actually used to store sodium nitrate back when Dupont made gunpowder not plastic. There's an archivist with a bow tie a handlebar moustache named Lucas Clawson, and he looks like someone would make cocktails. Lucas wheeled out a cart of boxes. Thank you. Files that documented the discovery of a chemical marvel that changed the world, a product that looked like glass but break a product that could also look like lightweight fluff but keep things hot called Styrofoam and incredible new film that can preserve food for days called. Saran. Wrap there were a couple of clues about recycling inside the boxes from the industry's most powerful lobby group at the time the Society of the plastics industry their job was to lobby for the big oil and plastic companies. So think Exxon Chevron Dow Dupont. And there's this one memo from one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three, the. Movement is just being born, and one of the top people in the plastics industry is talking about how the cost of sorting plastic is high but it seemed like a lot of the documents were were missing I find reference to a memo a report, but then I noticed that someone had drawn a line through it Lucas. Can I ask you a question absolute. Okay. Why? In this section are all. These APPS. So many of these. Cross out because those records are no longer. Here anymore day or not where did they go the society of the Plastics Industry Astra them back think they really yes is an unusual. That doesn't happen often. Do you do know why they took them. Did they say? I, do not know. Okay Of course, there are all kinds of reasons why an industry lobbying group might want. It's records back I did call society the plastic folks and ask them if I could see the records they took they said No. So I headed to another library this time at Syracuse University and they're buried in its tax, our boxes of files donated from an industry consultant. Actually the industry consultant died in the why found the boxes and gave them to Syracuse and inside these boxes. I found what I was looking for a report was sent to top oil and plastic executives in nineteen seventy three. It says, recycling plastic is nearly impossible. There is no recovery from obsolete products. It says recycling is costly sorting. It is infeasible plus it says plastic degrades every time you try to reuse it. So the oil in plastic industry new, they've known for almost fifty years. and. Then I found more confidential memos in meetings echoed decades of this knowledge insight thousands of pages of courtroom discovery. There's a speech from an industry insider in nineteen seventy four when it comes to recycling large quantities plastic, it says there is quote serious doubt that it can ever be made viable on an economic basis. Now. Okay. Sure. Anyone can take something plastic melted down and make something else. But what these documents are saying is that it's expensive, it's time consuming it's chemically problematic and it's just cheaper and easier to make plastic out of new oil instead of plastic trash there are all kinds of names in these documents men who have never spoken publicly before and there was one name I kept seeing over and over he. was, giving speeches at fancy hotels, hosting conferences and Berlin. Phoenix, they called him a bigwig. He was the industry's top lobbyist. Larry Thomas this is the man I had to find but do you know how many Larry Thomas's there are in the United? States. Thousands I'd call say are you the Larry Thomas used to work in plastics? Are you leery Thomas who used to be president of the Society of the plastics industry? And then finally, I'll prompt Merrin the plastics industry no getting around it the BIGWIG himself I'll walk. Do that's for sure. Yeah. My personal views certainly didn't always job with. US I had the quake as part of my job. That's the way it was there. He's retired now on the coast of Florida but I told him I've been reading all about his exploits in the world of plastic. Where would the offices the officers were? What would you think they would be K. Street yes. Twenty Five K. Street Casey was the heart of lobbying in Washington and it was in those offices at top executives in the world's most powerful oil and plastic companies met they had meeting after meeting about a little problem they were having there was just too much plastic trash consumers didn't like it. In one of the documents I found from nineteen nine, hundred nine Larry wrote the top oil executives at Exxon Chevron, Amoco Dow Dupont proctor, and gamble in a bunch of others he wrote the image of plastics is deteriorating at an alarming rate. We are approaching a point of no return. The classic. I was under fire. We gotta do. What it takes to take the heat off. Because we want to continue to make classic equality, they wanted to keep making plastic but the more you make the more plastic trash you get and the obvious solution to this is to recycle it but they knew they couldn't remember it's expensive. It's a great. Discussion about how difficult it was to recycle. They knew that the infrastructure wasn't there. So really have recycling amount to a whole lot. So they needed a different plan. Larry Decides to call a bunch of meetings at fancy hotels. He summons the Society of the plastics people executives Larry doesn't remember the specifics of each particular meeting but one of his deputies at the time Lou Freeman he remembers you could. Get. Back all the layers of my brain. Lou, remembers a bunch of meetings the basic question on the table was. You guys you're our trade association in the plastics industry aren't doing enough. We need to do more. This one dupont executive was telling Lou. It's your job to fix plastics imaging problem. So what do you need? You said, I think if we had five million dollars. which seemed like a lot of money. If we had five million dollars we could. We could. We could solve this problem. And My boss said in response. If you add five million dollars, you would know how to spend it effectively. Well, they came up with a way to spend five million dollars that and a lot more I. Remember this. This is one of these exchanges that sticks with me thirty five years later however long it's been. Anna was You know what we need to do is advertise our way out of it. That was the idea thrown out. The industry decided to advertise its way out of a can't recycle it problem. The possibilities off plastics plastics. From dense. Touted the benefits of a product that after it was used for the most part was headed to a landfill incinerator or even ocean. Look empty yet it's anything but trash it's full of potential. These commercials carried an environmentalist message, but they were paid for by the oil and plastic companies eventually leading to fifteen million dollars a year industrywide ad campaign promoting plastic. So I asked Larry why why spend tens of millions of dollars telling people to recycle plastic when the new recycling plastic wasn't going to work? and. That's when he said it. The point of the whole thing if the public thinks so recycling is working. Then they're not going to be concerned about the environment and if they're not concerned about the environment. Though keep buying plastic it wasn't just Larry in lieu who said this I spoke to half a dozen top guys involved in the industry at the time who all said plan was unfolding and it went beyond at the industry funded recycling projects and local neighborhoods expensive sorting machines that didn't make any economic sense school recycling contests. All of this was done with great fanfare. except I decided to go track down almost a dozen of the industry's biggest projects like the one where they were going to recycle plastic and national parks or the one that was going to recycle all the plastic and school lunches in New York they all failed and disappeared quietly but there was one more part of this campaign, the final piece that did stick around. That recycling symbol with the numbers in the middle this symbol has. So. Much confusion about what is and is not recyclable in the plan to stamp it on every plastic item popped up a lot in the documents I learned of a quiet campaign to lobby almost forty states to require that every single plastic item have this symbol stamped on it. Even if there was no way to economically recycle it, I should note that some. Environmental is also supported. The symbol thinking would help, separate and sort plastic but the industry knew the truth the symbols were causing problems. Warm report told executives in July nineteen ninety-three that the symbol is being misused. It's creating quote unrealistic expectations about what plastic people can recycle. It's being used as a green marketing tool, but the executives decided to keep the symbol anyway. I did reach out to plastic industry folks and they said that the symbols were only meant to help sort plastic and that they were not intended to confuse people but the symbol in the ads in the projects, all of this basically convince people Larry says the idea that the vast majority of plastic can be recycled was sinking in. Say that. After a while the atmosphere seems to change I. Don't know whether it was because people thought that recycling has solved the problem. was that they were just so in love with plastic products that they were willing to overlook the environmental concerns that were were mounting up. It's been thirty years now since most of those plans have been put into place and the public's feelings about plastic have started to shift again, people are reading stories about oceans choked with plastic trash and trace amounts of this stuff inside our bodies, and once again, people are wanting to ban plastic and the survival of the oil companies is at stake.

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Trusted May the decision is made by local school boards. The union's believe Abbott is abdicating responsibility in the pandemic to school districts while at the same time pressuring them if they don't open after President's death capable. Why are they threatening de funding School District's if they don't follow their edicts? Why is the commissioner given so much authority to decide how our school's open or don't open? Chris Fox News Radio 1200 Wook on San Antonio Metrohealth announced 136 new cases of Covert 19 yesterday after reporting 56 on Monday. Despite the low numbers, Mayor Ron Nierenberg urged residents to keep taking precautions. This is the bottom line as usual. See these numbers because they are starting the trend in the right direction. You have to stay vigilant. We all have to stay vision. We have to keep our guard up. 10 new deaths were also reported bringing the county's death told a 380 cove it 19 hospitalization stood at 838 on Tuesday. Of those patients, 336 are in the I C U 234 patients are on ventilators, 17% of staff, hospital beds and 50% of ventilators are available. President Trump believes the corona virus fatality rate should be based on the number of cases, President Trump said In a recent sit down interview that our mortality rate was low compared to other countries. He insisted that one must compare the number of deaths to the number of positive cases. Rather than the population Tuesday at the White House, he insisted, our case to fatality ratio is low, but we proportionately are lower than almost all countries were at the bottom of the list, and we're relative to cases. Also, we're at the bottom of the list, which is a good thing being at the bottom of the list. But when pressed on the data from Johns Hopkins, showing the U. S, has one of the highest death rates in proportion to our population. Aside from the UK, Chile and Peru President said initial numbers from New York and New Jersey played a role in Democratic leaders will be back at the White House today. Trying to work out an agreement on a grown a virus relief bill. Negotiators say they could reach a deal on a new stimulus package by the end of the week. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows expressed confidence after they met yesterday. All four said they've agreed to a Siri's of concessions that are still working through a number of differences well, dozens or dead, thousands injured after a massive explosion and Lebanon The building is destroyed and the surrounding area, including the city's port is severely damaged. I don't know a catastrophe hit Lebanon. Local reports indicate sodium nitrate may have been stored improperly and ignited. The Lebanese prime minister says Those responsible will pay a price. This is a promise for the murders and the injured President. Trump indicated his top generals believe it may have been an attack. They seem to think it was Attack. It was a bomb of some kind. Officials say there are still bodies underneath the rubble. To put the blasted perspective. The Oklahoma City bombing of 1995 involved 3 to 4 tons of ammonium nitrate. This tragedy in Lebanon involved as much as 2700 tonnes of the chemical compound. Well Chip and Joanna Gaines air surprising fans of the new season of fixer Upper. It'll air on their new channel Magnolia Network in 2021. The show about renovation projects and Waco ended after five seasons in April of 2018 and gained 17 million weekly viewers on HDTV. But travel frozen hotels air pitching rooms for office space Steve POTUS CA Bloomberg has its and focus report as hotels struggled on, navigate the pandemic economy and resulting collapse and travel. They're doing anything they can to drum up business, considering new uses, like converting hotels to offices are affordable housing. In some cases, that means pitching room's directly to people stuck working from home individuals who would like to be more productive when they're working from home to have a full sized death with a fence. Into neck with train carries all of the office means that they would meet Amir Ritual ski, the chief executive of SAP here, the owner of New York's Know most Soho hotel, he says on the other side there also pitching companies who are not ready to come back to a full off it and we'll be able to take the floor to take a few rooms. India pale as their employees need larger space with more social distancing. For example, New York's Roger Smith Hotel just north of Grand Central Terminal, recently secured a digital mark. Big company to rent event space as an office. I'm Steve POTUS. Bloomberg Business for News Radio 1200 Wook I. And now Here's your Spurs Insider with the voice of the Spurs. Bill Schoening brought to you by Methodist Healthcare. For a second straight game. The Spurs will have to deal with a versatile All Star Center. As this afternoon they'll take on the Culleoka Chan, the Denver Nuggets, Yokich maybe a seven footer, but the Nuggets offense runs through him. He leads the team in scoring and assists. Denver is in third place in the West was won in one of the restart after playing three games and four nights. The Spurs, who are two and one in Orlando, did not practice yesterday, and they're only match up the season..

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hit Lebanon. Local reports indicate sodium nitrate may have been stored improperly and ignited. The Lebanese prime minister says those responsible will pay a price. Deunan. This is a promise for the martyrs and the injured President, Trump indicated his top generals believe it may have been an attack. They seem to think it was attack. It was a bomb of some kind. Officials say there are still bodies underneath the rubble and to put the tragedy and perspective. The Oklahoma City bombing of 1995 involved 3 to 4 tons of ammonium nitrate. This incident in Lebanon. Involved as much as 2700 tonnes of the chemical compound. Kansas Congressman Roger Marshall will be the state's Republican Senate candidate for the seat held by the retiring Pat Roberts. He won Tuesday's primary over former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who some saw as a potential liability for the party. In Missouri. Progressive Democrat Corey Bush beat the incumbent Congressman William Lacy Clay to run for the first district seat and contests were also held in Michigan or Democratic squad member Chris Woman receded to leave held off a primary challenge, along with races in Washington. In Arizona, A race for a Texas seat in the U. S. Senate is drawing the attention and the funding of the National Democratic Party. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee plans to support M J. Hey Gars race against GOP incumbent John Cornyn to the tune of at least a $1,000,000. The money will be spent on poles, TV ads and other campaign resource is corn and referred to the announcement as a swamp.

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Show. So if you have not seen footage of this massive explosion that rocked Beirut this morning, it's wild. I mean, is a wild beast footage. Lead. One munitions expert from the NBA's declared that it was an atomic bomb, in fact, is not an atomic bomb. But the footage is just astonishing. I mean, it's basically see what appear to be small munitions or fireworks going off on mass at the port. And then just boom. Just this enormous explosion that Rocks outward and just destroys the port. I mean, basically levels. The place level is enormous, Huge building. Probably a 15 storey building just takes down the entire thing. Utterly insane, Utterly insane. So what exactly was it? Well, the speculation is running wild. There's some people who believe that this was a Hezbollah munitions dump in that the Israelis had it. That is that is one of the going theories. But you know if you're going to attribute to stupidity that which you cannot attribute to malice, then probably you would say that it's just the Lebanese government being unbelievably crap in his job. Lebanese army announced that what actually happened I am not getting Is that there was a ship. Ship was filled with sodium nitrate, which is a high explosive. They confiscated the ship. Put the ship in the port, and they put it directly next to the fireworks. I'm not kidding. This is what the actual government claims So you know that's the crappiest cover up of all time or it's absolutely true. According to CNN. The source of the explosion was initially believed to be a major fire at a warehouse for firecrackers near the port in Beirut, this state run in national news Agency report. Now if you're wondering why exactly there's a giant warehouse for firecrackers at the port in Beirut, well, join the club. Rude is currently experiencing. Thanks to you both pandemic and thanks to Hezbollah's running of the country, extraordinary financial downturn, but apparently they have plenty of room to store fireworks. Blast. It sends a huge mushroom cloud like shockwave and damaged buildings miles from the port, including the headquarters of the former prime minister aside Hariri and the CNN bureau in the downtown of Beirut. You are watching right now is another shot. Oh, my God. You see the blast wave just move out from the centre here. A red cloud hung over the city. In the wake of the explosion is firefighting teams rush to the scene to try and put out the fire. Large numbers of people were wounded in the blast, authorities said. Footage from the scene captured the injured staggering through streets of the capital. Country's health minister ordered all hospitals to prepare to receive the injured. Holmes as far away as 10 kilometers were damaged. One Beirut residents several kilometers center windows were shattered by the explosion. So I'm sure we'll find out in short order. What exactly happened here, But holy crap. I mean, the footage is just unbelievable. Worth noting, by the way that it is entirely plausible that Lebanon is so horribly wrong that they decided to store their you know, sodium nitrate directly next to the fireworks like characters from The Simpsons. That's because Lebanon is run by a terrorist group, according to the Jerusalem Post. Lebanon is in the midst of a financial crisis, which may not be possible to solve his rack up staggering. That's quitting $93 billion to bail it out, according to a new report from the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. The economy is in a tailspin over 19 has taken away all Remittances and Beirut is effectively defaulting on bonds, according to the study. These are difficulties tied directly to the role of Hezbollah in looting the country and hijacking it. If a bailout does not take into account, extracting concessions from a Hezbollah and looting will simply continue. So what exactly happened Well, the country was badly harm by civil war between 1976 in 1989 as well as the Syrian occupation. Then Syria supposedly went through in 2005 but actually husband largest state and against digested the country. So a crap ily run country run by a military enthralls Hezbollah. Not exactly a not exactly a shock that things that went wrong. They're so horrifying human tragedy again. Just Just astonishing, just astonishing stuff. Meanwhile, here in the United States, Democrats continue to claim that Universal Mail in voting is a good idea. Despite all evidence to the contrary, Nancy Pelosi says that voting by mail is a health issue. We should all be able to vote from home because of covert. Only problem being there's no data to suggest that voting has actually cause spikes anywhere. Here was Nancy Pelosi pushing it anyway. Right now, even more important, because it is a health.

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"We may not even know it. How do you know this country could survive What We've been through three months of being locked up like little bald people by little ninnies and public health departments who looked the other way while the writers write it without masks. The same vermin and the public health department to tell you don't open your restaurant yet. You're not ready. But oh, the writers that well that that's another. They're just expressing their outrage, and that's a righteous situation. In the virus. It won't attack them because they're good. They don't have to wear a mask. They don't need to social distance. But you you better do it in your own home or a public health. Many will send someone to get you. Oh, and you walked on a beach, and you had a ticket for $1000. But you broke a window and you stole $1000 worth of clothing. And they are should you out of the store into a waiting car. You're telling the America isn't broken. You're telling me we haven't had a revolution. He may not always have good news, but he won't pony punches. Michael Savage, noon to two on talk Radio 5 60 ksfo. The French bureau shows. So if you have not seen footage of this massive explosion that rocked Beirut this morning, it's wild. I mean, is a wild beast footage. Lead. One munitions expert from the NBA's declared that it was an atomic bomb. It in fact is not an atomic bomb. But the footage is just astonishing. I mean, it's basically see what appear to be small munitions or fireworks going off on mass at the port. And then just boom. Just this enormous explosion that Rocks outward and just destroys the port. I mean, basically levels the place level this enormous, huge building. Probably a 15 storey building just takes down the entire thing. Utterly insane, utterly insane. So what exactly was it? Well, the speculation is running. While there's some people who believe that this was a Hezbollah munitions dump in that the Israelis had it. That is that is one of the going theories. But you know if you're going to attribute to stupidity that which you cannot attribute to malice, then probably you would say that it's just the Lebanese government being unbelievably crap in his job, Lebanese army announced. What actually happened. I am not getting Is that there was a ship. Ship was filled with sodium nitrate, which is a high explosive. They confiscated the ship. Put the ship in the port, and they put it directly next to the fireworks. I'm not kidding. This is what the actual government claims so either that's the crappiest cover up of all time or it's absolutely true. According to CNN. The source of the explosion was initially believed to be a major fire at a warehouse for firecrackers near the port in Beirut. This state run a national news agency report. Now if you're wondering why exactly there's a giant warehouse for firecrackers at the port in Beirut, well, join the club. The route is currently experiencing thanks to you both pandemic and thanks to Hezbollah's running of the country, extraordinary financial downturn, but apparently they have plenty of room to store fireworks. Blast sends up a huge mushroom cloud like shockwave and damaged buildings miles from the port, including the headquarters of the former prime minister side, Hariri and the CNN bureau in the downtown of Beirut. You are watching right now is another shot. Oh, my God. You see the blast wave just move out from the center here. A red cloud hung over the city. In the wake of the explosion is firefighting teams rush to the scene to try and put out the fire. Large numbers of people were wounded in the blast, authorities said. Footage from the scene captured the injured staggering through streets in the capital. Country's health minister ordered all hospitals to prepare to receive the injured. Holmes is far away is 10 kilometers were damaged. One Beirut residents several kilometers that her windows were shattered by the explosion. So I'm sure we'll find out in short order. What exactly happened here, But holy crap. I mean, the footage is just unbelievable. Worth noting, by the way that it is entirely plausible that Lebanon is so horribly run that they decided to store their you know, sodium nitrate directly next to the fireworks like characters from The Simpsons. That's because Lebanon is run by a terrorist group. According to the Jerusalem Post. Lebanon is in the midst of a financial crisis, which may not be possible to solve his rack of staggering debts couldn't $93 billion to bail it out, according to a new report from the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. The economy is in a tailspin over 19 has taken away all Remittances and Beirut is effectively defaulting on bonds, according to the study. These are difficulties tied directly to the role of Hezbollah in looting the country and hijacking it. If a bailout does not take into account, extracting concessions from Hezbollah and the looting will simply continue. So what exactly happened Well, the country was badly harmed by civil war between 1976 in 1989 as well as the Syrian occupation. Then Syria supposedly went through in 2005 but actually husband largest state and begin to digest in the country. So a crap ily run country run by a military and throws a Hezbollah. Not exactly a not exactly a shock that things went wrong there so Horrifying human tragedy again. Just Just astonishing, just astonishing stuff. Meanwhile, here in the United States, Democrats continue to claim that Universal Mail in voting is a good idea. Despite all evidence to the contrary, Nancy Pelosi says that voting by mail is a health issue. We should all be able to vote from home because of covert. Only problem being there's no data to suggest that voting has actually cause spikes anywhere. Here was Nancy Pelosi pushing it anyway. Right now, even more important, because it is a health issue. People should not have to choose between deputizing their health with a corona virus and being able to exercise their right to both. Nobody is suggesting that people should go and die of Corona virus in the polls. There are studies out now showing that when Wisconsin voted there was not a major uptick in cases. In fact, according to the CDC, out of 19,000 people who voted in person in Milwaukee April 7th, only 14 were known to have tested positive for the virus in the following two weeks. And nearly half of them said that they had a another contact with somebody who had covered Also there no spice anywhere else in the state, and we're being told the Universal Mail in balloting is the only solution to another reason that Democrats love Universal mail in balloting is because they also would love national ballot harvesting. Bella harvesting is where you basically hire a person from the Democratic Party. They go door to door to every registered Democrat. Urge them to hand over the ballot to them. Now that does raise the possibility of voter fraud, even if it is not. The possibility of voter fraud essentially means that the parties get to determine how many ballots are sent in. Instead of every voter being treated equally by the law. Now the question is whether the Republican Party has spent enough on people foot soldiers to go out and collect ballots or the Democratic Party has spent enough money to go out and browbeat people into voting. Basically prevents the secret ballot. You know, that's that's really what it does. Nonetheless, Democrats are pushing forward with this thing anyway. Chuck Schumer says, You know, one thing I'm worried about. Is the mail delivery being timely. Oh, has he noticed the mail delivery has not been timely. Here. He is saying, You know, the solution of this is more funding for the post office. The Democrats. Believe strongly that we have to have free and fair elections that the mail must be delivered in a timely way because so many more people have been a vote by mail. So many more polling places need to be set up because of Covic can't be close together. Okay, So you know again, the idea that mail in voting is going to be the solution of this is absolutely wrong. The truth is that it does raise the possibility for fraud. It raised the possibility for people getting balance that they should not be receiving because they're now out of state. Mike. Pence says Listen, you wanna apply for an absentee ballot because you want to vote from home? Go for it. But if you are sending every single person in the state an application for a mail in ballot because you're encouraging people to vote from home that is right for fraud. Let's be clear, though, or absentee balloting is perfectly acceptable. You have to apply for an absentee ballot signatures air checked, It's confirmed..

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on WTOP

"An eight a Hub zone, an STV USB company. 5 35 An explosion has shaken Lebanon's capital of Beirut, causing widespread damage and sending a thick cloud of smoke over the city centre. At least 60 people are dead. More than 3000 injured. Buildings collapsed and windows were shattered several miles away. CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand reports the White House is keeping an eye on White House aide Tweeted President Trump has been briefed, and the State Department says it's working closely with local authorities to determine if any U. S citizens were injured in the blast, breaking as I came out, and we're tracking it closely and just rest assured that we're taking a very good look at that Theo explosions widespread destruction comes at a tough time for Lebanon. Country has seen massive protests Duda political tension and is also in the middle of an economic crisis. Reports say The explosion may have been caused by sodium nitrate that was confiscated from a ship some time ago in stored at the port, Their roots governor broke into tears when he toward the site. In other news, where is former U. S Marine Paul Wheelan? We told you yesterday he disappeared after being convicted on espionage charges in Moscow. Now W T. O P has learned he's been secretly sent to a labor camp far from Russia's capital State Department said late Monday afternoon. They'd heard reports he'd been moved but were not given Official notification. A source familiar with Wayland case told with you t o p he'd been sent to Mordovia. Which is more than 2000 miles from Moscow in the central part of the country this morning, his family confirmed through the British Embassy. He's been sent there. A former U. S official says he was likely sent there to isolate him. He's expected to serve a 16 year sentence, but his family worries health conditions will make that very hard and are essentially begging the U. S government to step in and bring him home. CJ Green W T O P News Up Next I was secure. Will your vote being the upcoming presidential election? Congress wants to know I'm Mitchell Miller today until 5 37 You can't use your time share their closing the resort's canceling reservations and preventing owners from booking new reservations. Meanwhile, you're forced to keeping maintenance, mortgage and assessment fees and forget about even getting there to begin with. Does your timeshare company care off? Course not. They're taking advantage of you. It's not right. And.

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"77 55 43 Dan Madison for the vacation Pretty brown. How are you? Well, let's see. We're waiting for President Donald Trump. It's the Big Corona virus press conference that apparently they are back and we carried it yesterday. We will carry it for you today as well. I got to tell you. You never know what you're going to hear from President Trump a couple of things real quick. I don't know if you've seen this if if you haven't and go online and find the Beirut explosion. I don't know if you've seen this I first thought that it was some sort of a terrorist attack because it is massive. Now, if you've seen the video It is a building and it's on fire. And then there's a massive explosion. And to me, it almost looks like and you heard the news talking about it there at the top of the hour. It looks like almost like a suitcase nuke. In a way, it's not just so we're all clear. It's not But that's what I always imagined it to look like. And so you've got this building on fire and then a massive explosion and you've got dozens of people killed. You've got thousands of people like 2500 people. That have been injured. The hospitals are overrun and they're saying now. That this may have been a building that caught on fire, and it was not terrorism. They're saying what they are saying is that it was like a warehouse. There was housing, fireworks and like explosive for fireworks. And that's what they're saying. But they're also saying it was that this warehouse held highly explosive material, including sodium nitrate. And he said the explosion they say the explosion was likely caused by a fire and was not a Natasha. Sodium nitrate for you folks that don't know I didn't is used to make fertilizer and fireworks. Can be explosive and accelerates the burning of other materials. And there you have it. There you go. So a Zeiss said, I immediately thought that this was some sort of a terrorist attack. It's not. But that doesn't deny the fact that there are some 2750 people that have been wounded. They say At least 50 people have been killed, and they expected both of those numbers. To go up. So that's what's going on in Beirut, because you know Beirut doesn't need you know anymore problems right there route has always had issues with terrorism. Couple of other things that we're talking about is we await the president's press conference, the Corona virus press conference. Ben Shapiro have Ben Shapiro. You heard it here first. Hey, is suggesting that Joe Biden's running mate will be Susan Rice or Kamala Harris? It's down to those two, according to Shapiro, and by the way, Shapiro is one of the smartest guys I know. And if he's right If it is going to be Susan Rice or Kamala Harris. Can I just tell you both of those ladies are an absolute train wreck. And that would be just giving the Republicans a big favor because there's nothing that Kamala Harris is going to Dio. To bring Joe Biden the black vote, for example. Now, Joe Biden already has Ah, lot of the black vote and I do understand that, but he he caused a lot of damage with that whole comment regarding If you don't know whether to vote for me a trump than you and Blackie. Remember that comment? Well, that did a lot of damage and I've spoken to a lot of African Americans who have said that they were reviled by that comment. They were angry by that comment and that Biden lost their support because it was clear That Biden was taking that particular demographic for granted. So even though calmly Harris is you know, some people would say this will help President Trump that the black vote. I personally don't believe that it will and Susan Rice. I mean, we all know that Susan Rice lied to America four times, would Biden Really? Why would you think about this wood? Biden really give the Republicans and Donald Trump that kind of a weapon. Susan Rice, the woman who lied to the American people about Benghazi four times. I hope they make this mistake. I hope the Democrats make.

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Ben Shapiro. Sure got a lot coming up for you. This is a little bit later on in the hour. We'll bring you updates on the situation in Beirut Still unclear What exactly what happened there? The Lebanese Army is trying to claim that this massive explosion that rocked downtown Beirut was because they had confiscated a ship. Filled with highly explosive sodium nitrate and then started directly next to the fireworks, which is also the explanation my child uses when her room is a mess. Alternatively, that's the worst cover story in the history of cover stories. We'll get to that in a little bit first, Let's talk about the continuing stupidity of everything surrounding our current covered policy. So basically, we're going to continue to shut down until forever on the basis of no science. Which is super exciting. Everybody's considering you lockdowns doesn't matter that the lockdowns were not particularly successful. It doesn't matter that the lockdowns basically When they're relieved in various states did not tend to lead to an increase in cases. That was that's one of the medical system. We're still gonna keep everything locked down till the Blasio basically continues to maintain that he's gonna continue to lock down, he said the Open restaurants program, which is I guess people eating on the sidewalks will return next summer beginning in June 2021. The only reason that he would suggest that presumably is because he intends on keeping restaurants closed for a prolonged period of time. The indoor restaurants I mean, I'm not sure how you have outdoor seating in New York City in the middle of the winter. No no on that. But build villas says the open restaurants were turning June 2021 so we can last till then. Good for you. There's no time line of when they open indoor restaurants again, according to nothing will reopen in New York City, apparently ever according to crazed ground hog murderer Bill deBlasio. These restaurants will be back again next year on the street as we've seen tremendous success starting.

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That explosion and Beirut. Good Lord van. Yeah, it's pretty powerful, right? Yeah, that does look like some kind of a nuclear device or something. I know. I don't know about nuclear by certain exact some kind of bomb. Right, Mom? Let's talk to Markham. Rebel art about from ABC Mark What's the latest? Well, the latest is that the numbers of those that the casualties effectiveness has just gone up, and it will likely continue to rise. Ah, Lebanese officials now saying that at least 50 people are dead and something like 2700 people injured. Now we've seen reports that many of those injuries are superficial, broken glass things like that. Rather than necessarily serious grave injuries, But clearly as you as you mentioned there, if you see the video of this explosion, you know this was a massive massive explosion at this court, which was not far from. I mean, this is in the capital city of Beirut. It's not far from one of the main central hubs of the city, and so much of this city is specifically a central hub. Was rocked by the explosion. That shockwave that you see in the video, broken glass damaged cars. I mean, that was massive. It was a huge explosion now. Mark earlier, I saw CNN was reported. It was a possibly a fireworks factory. Is that Confirmed tonight or what? Yeah, So there's been some reports about that. But actually the latest thing that we've gotten just in the last maybe. Ah, no. Five or 10 minutes or so is report out of the AP that said the Lebanese general security. The chief of that Said that it may have been caused by highly explosive material that was confiscated from a ship awhile back and then was stored at that port. And then they said a local TV station said that material was sodium nitrate, which is highly volatile, so that could be it and supporting that theory. Is the fact that there were these orange Tones and colors in the clouds, which may suggest on explosion involving nitrate. Now again, it's very early and you know, so anything related to a cause on this is still not official. But that's the earliest word we've heard on their wass. Some reports that there was a fireworks, factory or storage facility or something down there, too. So perhaps that also exploded in this, You know, it's just not clear yet. It's just so early. I mean, literally. You know, at this time, and within the past few hours since this occurred, people have still been being carted away to the hospital. That's how close it is, and I mean, you gotta imagine there's likely bodies and people who are buried in rubble right now. They're trying to search for Well, it sure looks like one source because it's not boom boom. It's right. Right. It appears that there may have been some kind of fire. And then those videos that we've been singing online appeared to show some kind of fire. Obviously, you see the big plume of smoke occurring and then that fire appears to have ignited. Something bigger that that exploded and caused this, But this is a very another tough blow for this country, which has been just, uh, interestingly, The Associated Press. Publish the story yesterday about many of the troubles that Lebanon has been facing. And in the second sentence. It says that this is a country that seems the vault from one disaster to another. And this is seems to be the latest one. Whether accidental or not. This is just another tough blow for for this country. Well, I got the impression Mark that they were economies in real trouble there. Oh, yeah, absolutely. It's been impacted even more by the Corona virus. But this is a country that I mean, going back several decades within a 15 year civil war hasn't really recovered so much from that, But I mean, this. This country faces so many issues from political corruption within it. Then you had this hyper inflation that's been going on. So the value of the Lebanese pound has Dropped 80% against the dollar, which basically has plunged so many people who were in the middle class before that down into poverty. I mean, they can't even afford food, and right now there's all these reports about. Daily power outages, the country's defaulted on loans back in April. So the country itself the government itself is in very poor state and and there's a lot of concern about what this may mean. Obviously, this is this explosion may not be the catalyst for this, but Lebanese Lebanon appears to be on a brink and it The government their collapsed. The power vacuum that could be created is alarming in such a volatile area like the Middle East, you know, so there's a lot of concerns with that, and this is just another. Big blow to it, one person was quoted in the AP saying. This country is cursed. So this is ahh. Very tough time. No question. All right with that will let you go. Thanks so much, Mark. Thank you. Thanks. Marc Rayman Lard, ABC. Yeah, Think about that man. If Lebanon collapses that whole area like he said, Power vacuum, right? Was that winning for you for, you know, ticking terrorism that whole thing about whoever's if it was, in fact, some illegal chemicals or something that were stored right there, Nitrogen, But whatever it is Whoever made that decision is in a lot of trouble because that's not going. Yeah, I said a little while it looked like nuclear. I mean, I was exaggeration. I mean, but just the whole if you haven't seen it, there's there is a mushroom cloud. Like you said. It's a miniature nuclear bomb went off is like, wow, right and it destroys a lot. Of stuff and it's like it just evaporated a bunch of things. I think the same video. You just watched a said earlier. The guy's film in it, and he's like, 10 kilometres away from the sun, just the whole Just phone that was right out of the same papers goes across the whole landscape there so stuff. So, Rach when we're in that part of the world in Syria, Lanka You know, I want a vacation there some someday. I don't know that he had to go to Sir Lanka, huh? I don't know. I've never been there are sounds good. I'll go. I'll go with. I don't know. Right now. It sounds exotic. Devane Kelly at home, Right, honey, I'm going to Syria. Lanka with rock and with rock weren't Sir Lanka and we get there. Go. What the hell do we do this? For? What? What? I don't know your idea. Ah! But they had their of his eye high security prison. A cat was being detained in high security prisons. God, I'm reading the story of her bottom. Cat was detained in the high security prison on suspicion of smuggling drugs to inmates. Okay. They said this. Ah, the cat they detained at last week with two grams, two grams of heroin, two sim cards and a memory chip hidden in a little plastic bag under its collar. So this was that the drug runner of the prison.

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

"I've gone gluten free. That's not really gluten free. Year that's almost impossible if you eat out. So I take that and about ninety five percent of all, my gut problems have gone away and I, it was pretty serious. So you need to start eating. Real food. You know you want to get rid of the sodium nitrate in the hotdogs a vanilla and cream be h. t. h. a. all that kind of. Stuff. You need to eat as little processed foods with the fewest ingredients possible, and that's one of the things that causes a lot of. so-called acid reflux and and there's a lot of possibilities. Can Be an overgrowth of H. Pylori and but you know I tell people go to good gi doctor had them do their scope and make sure there's not a big booger bear in their bogert would translate into something really really horrible. That the medical profession needs to deal with and. So many people come to us and they're so anti medical you should not be anti medical, they will save your Bacon and Many many many of us have to low stomach acid. His called HYPO Pleura hit area. You know the technical term, and we'll talk about that a little bit because usually when they go to the doctor. They tell them that they have too much stomach acid and that's why they put them on the PB is a little purple pill veto. Colored Pills. had. Based on symptoms and and Okay I. Think it's a noble thing to take a drug to feel better. There's nothing wrong with killing pine and. Making the symptoms last or making them go away completely. But are you really getting to the underlying problem? That's the question did a TV commercial one time and I said you're all lights coming on and I got under the hood and I clipped a wire I said up all night went off because I just clip a wire. Now let's go driving around see what happens and you know that was a good analogy. I got a lot of feedback from it about ninety nine percent positive and other people said, you're silly as heck. will yeah so. Most of us. Count the majority maybe fifty percent maybe a little bit more have different gastric symptoms and some of the experts say that you're harboring Pylori. Well, that's bacteria they say causes Ulcers, but it can be other bacteria. Also, and if you have higher hydrochloric acid. then. You're going to kill out that stuff and you need to take course massive products to that. That helps and Janet, said something one time About. Mastic Gum said Yeah Kills Lori. She said, how do you know that us? I don't read it somewhere. And she looked it up. So that's a real obscure study I said, well, maybe I, surely read it twenty years ago I don't know. But this digest as. I told a friend of mine's. Husband they drove in from Dallas, which is about two and a half hours away that came in yesterday. He hasn't really really horrible. I said, well, number one quitting. Wait..

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Don't you ABC? Hurry and sit in the morning way have never seen said in my lifetime. I've never seen anything like this were basically what I want to do. Joe Biden and the left wants to completely undo and do something else which will hurt this country in a very, very big. It's not a referendum so much on trump by but more a referendum on the future of this country. The direction that we want to go Bernie and sit in the morning a morning 6 to 10 list. On the 77 W A. B c mobile out on a marriage in originals Video 77 wnbc radio dot com. This is the best of Joan Amber on talk Radio. 77 W A. B. C I'm Joan Hamburg. And we often talk about medical issues that impact you and I recently read a piece in The New York Times by Catherine Even Americans need generic drugs, but can they trust them? A shocking piece, even if you don't know anything about pharmaceuticals. You know about generic drugs. They make up the largest percentage of what people take in this country. And even though generics are 90% are almost 90% of the supply here. Guess what, 40% at least more. Of these drugs are made in India. And almost 80% of the active ingredients off all drugs. Are made overseas. Now is this bad? Afterall? We pay much less for a generic and insurance won't cover anything unless we use generics. We have an FDA. Apparently, it's supposed to guarantee our safety. Well, if you've read Katherine's piece if you read her latest book, A bottle of lies the inside story of the generic drug boom. You know? That what Katherine has talked about Is really frightening. And we're in a bad situation. So, Catherine, I'm curious. You've been covering this area for a while, but what really brought this on? This is a major work and getting as it should attention all over the world. Thanks so much, Joan. It's great to be on with you. I started reporting the book in 2008 because I was contacted actually by an NPR radio host Joe Graydon, who runs the people. Yeah, I know him for a long time, and he contacted me, he said. His email inbox was flooded with patients complaining about side effects. When they were switched from brand to generic drugs. They were stable. Then they became unstable once they were switched. He felt it needed serious attention. He didn't know what was wrong with the drugs. The FDA wasn't being responsive. So that's how I began my reporting. And I'm sure even you Were shocked at what you found out. Absolutely. I mean, First of all, you know, I began. This project is a huge booster of generic drugs because everybody should be able to afford a cure. Um, so I began reporting I reported on the patients. I raised some questions about the FDA. And as I reported, I began to get contacted by whistleblowers who drew my attention. To the overseas plants that are making our drugs. So these are plants in India and China. They have to follow the same regulations as U. S companies do in order to make these trucks However, there's 7000 miles away from FDA headquarters. The FDA is an infrequent presence there. So what was really going on in those plants? And that is the question that I set out to answer in my book bottle of lives, and you didn't answer it. And I'm very you know, when I was just starting out in this business, too, kid years and years ago, a guy who used to work for the F D A called me because we were doing a lot of drug stuff. And he said it was sodium nitrate, he said, You know, there's a big story there. Everyone at the FDA knows that it's lethal. It's cancer Closing, but We just eat a lot of vitamin C. When we eat things like that, and he started talking then about covering up a lot of stuff that people knew. Well, you know, that isn't like your uncredible researcher. You probably would have taken that brought with it so To be FDA When you your book has come out when the piece came out in the times. Have they contacted you at all that they denying all this well? They are essentially denying it in the sense that they're saying Americans can take these drugs with confidence. There are no quality problems. That look, Theo FDA is own investigators have gone into these plants, and they have discovered shocking fraud. Um, so, for example, data is the cornerstone of a good drug manufacturing. You have to maintain it. At every step along the manufacturing process in order to be able to verify the quality of the drug. What I found out is that a lot of these overseas companies are tampering with the quality data. And altering it.

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Wispy almost transparent smoke. That means you're burning a clean fire that you see billowing clouds of or black that is not cleaned fires either. Oxygen starved You've got wet wood. Or you've got too much bart so So that's blue smoke. It's also the name of a A Barbecue restaurant and jazz club in New York which sadly now is shuttered for the moment. the next term is a term. I guess Called curing and I know you do some of this. Yes so curate is basically preserving meat and altering flavor and texture by generally either adding salt or occurring salt like sodium nitrite or sodium nitrate this process of curing you know reminder for virtually all of human history and said except the last hundred years. We didn't have refrigeration. We didn't have freezing. So we develop methods to preserve food very often that involves salting curing curing and smoking salting and smoking and If you think about the great meets Pastrami if you think about corn beef if you think about Bacon if you think about jerky these are all start with curing. Here's a great term and it sounds really gross at the same time hot guts. What are hot guts? Guts are sausage from Texas. If you haven't had them I mean they are really good especially if you get it from like I've had hot guts from southside market which happens to be sponsored by show. I mean these are some of the best beef sausages that you can get. Sounds weird but they are a taste delight fantastic. Yeah absolutely peppery. Smokey CR- crackling crusty casing. Man You're making me hungry all over again Cadillac or Hollywood cut out. I've only heard this term a few times. It's almost a term that's Kinda fallen out of style Used to hear it all the time in competition. But what does it? Okay so imagine you have a rack of ribs and you're eating at home. You would normally just cut the ribs cut between the ribs and between little joint the bone so that everybody got a rib that. Kinda had bone with meat on both sides which you do with the The Cadillac Cut. Is You cut the ribs so that you getting very close to the bone on the left very close to the bone on the right. So that the rib you're going to present to the judges in the center has an extra. What's like a double wide double wide meat and it's a treat. You might lose a little bit or some people say it's like every other bone or whatever it is but I think if you're putting together a presentation Cadillac cut is the way to go Last one before I let you go tonight. You can find the rest of these over.

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on KTOK

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:06 min | 3 years ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"That's because our cells or losing numbers, and your organs are losing numbers of cells that make the hormones are neurotransmitters change. So there's enough worldwide evidence of that common open. Come phenomenon. We need to understand that we need to find tune it when we talk about foods, people tend to think of foods is good or bad. And you know, bacon is bad. And you know, fruits are good. Well, it doesn't end there. We have to be more specific with each individual about what they're doing with their food plan or their meal plan, we need to make sure that they're not eating foods, they're allergic to and also make sure they're not eating foods that have lots of chemicals in them. And I've spoken about this many times. There's an interesting book written by Richard Lewis is a PHD about all the different chemicals found in food. They don't really even have names their numbers and letters. And when you look at some of these things put into chicken or beef for any non-organic product when you heat them to a certain temperature. They become dangerous toxic. These are the chemicals within the foods. Of course, you know, the food additives you want to avoid everyone should know about the nitrates and the chemicals that they put in to meet some bacon. You know, sodium nitrate has been linked to cancer in humans sulphites as well. Some people that drink wine will get all congested or have some sort of flush response azo dye car-bomb bar azo dye. Corban wide is used in bagels in buns. And this can be linked to breathing issues. Potassium bromide exotic to breads to increase the volume of the bread. But it's also been linked to cancer in humans proprio galley editor fat containing products than cancer in humans H A B H T propylene glycol, better notice antifreeze, if thickens dairy products and salad dressings. Is just insane. Butane putting chicken nuggets to keep them tasting fresh. We've all heard of monosodium glutamate die sodium. NSA disodium, sodium Guana the list goes on and on and on. So you could easily go on line go on Google and look at this look up food, additives or chemicals commonly found in foods. So you know, there are in this comment. Fifty things you want to stay away from that commonly found in foods. So you want to be as healthy as possible and avoid all those things not to mention that arsenic is in shrimp, chicken rice, apples, California wine. So look heavy metals, and we're heavy metals exist within foods, you'd be surprised to see which foods have heavy metal exposures. Phone lines are open a feud like to call in and ask questions you could do. So right now one eight hundred eight four eight WABC one eight hundred eight four eight. Nine two to two and we'll get your question. Up on the air. First caller, Jacqueline. Hi. How are you? In brooklyn. Dr calve going to help you. That's your program for quite some time. And I am wondering if stem cell therapy can help a female with urinary incontinence. That's not something that I've ever heard you talk about. Yeah. That's a progressive. Decline of the tissues in the bladder over time for some women. It's because the uterus that suspended by quote suspensory ligament sets with the cold get weak, and the bladder is now pressing the is pressing down on the bladder, and that causes a more significant leakage I'd have to look to see if there's any direct literature on stem cell therapy for urinary incontinence. Honestly, I don't know. That's not. The most common or the more severe diseases that they've used themselves to evaluate and treat. But I certainly would take a look at that. You know, you've heard of qigong exercises to try to strengthen the musculature in the area and. Talks. I recently I've heard. I haven't seen patients that have done that yet. But Bo talks to help, relax muscles. I don't know how that would prevent you from, you know, having leakage, but I think the the Keith exercises still make sense. And also there may be other things associated with the leakage heavy metal exposure to the bladder. So when we talk to people that come in with any number of things and some people come in with a few and others multiple complaints. We have to understand what your body's doing first. And then start to connect the dots. Heavy metals maybe affecting the neurological function of your bladder. Okay. So would it be necessary to have an evaluation from a gynecologist prior to? Physician like yourself. So I mean, certainly, you should see the GYN, of course. But I think they're going to give you their view of the, you know, the basics. Okay. Now, it's been happening for a few years. Okay. So there are always some underlying reasons as to why it white maybe there we've seen patients that are carrying around a little bit too much way too. And they lose the weight it goes away. We've seen patients that have allergies. The things they're eating in the antibodies are affecting getting to your bloodstream and affecting the bladder and making that happen. It also can happen in men. So there are other things that may cause it some may be a rare. So maybe more common. But either way you wanna learn about your body and see what to do. Okay. Well, I appreciate your input. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for the call have a wonderful day for lines are open if you'd like to call in to ask a question you could do so now one eight hundred eight four eight WABC one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two. And we can chat. Again, looking up at heavy metals and foods list is long and there are many things that were exposed to. Of course, people understand mercury in fish mercury in their feelings. Now, it appears that there may be some lead in bone. Broth. So this is a little bit scary. I think that we don't really know one hundred percent where you know, the bone. Broth products were made or what's what's in? But there were some research in two thousand thirteen and looking at leading bone broth, you know, from chickens so remember bones are where heavy metals go into your deep storage. So there may be some exposure to lead within bone broth unless it's a completely organic creature cadmium is in the east cigarettes. So this is pretty nasty cadmium breast cancer directly. Lung pancreas prostate into meecham bladder cancer so cadmium and he cigarettes as well as regular cigarettes arsenic, because we spoke about in Wright's chicken. Apple's California wine. So there are more things that were exposed to the damage us every day than many people realize, I'm not even talking about going to get fast food. So I think we have to be understanding of what consequences there are from eating foods that are bad for us. Phone lines are open if you'd like to call in one eight hundred eight four eight WABC, let's go to Kelly along Ireland. How are you? How can I help you? It's your turn down your your radio..

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"sodium nitrate" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:51 min | 3 years ago

"sodium nitrate" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is it just you order? They put it on. Yup. Oh, my Eddie. And they're they're promo picture is a Big Mac with bacon. That would be pretty good now. But pretty good. So this is what they're doing. Now. Is it going to be the real Baker to that kind of that real thin? You don't know what it is bacon that bacon, then a shelf life of like twenty years. You know what I'm talking about? There's there's bacon and there's Baker. There's sometimes you go to these operations that it's it's real thin. And it's just like I'm sorry. But Jack in the box bacon is crap. Okay. Well, there you that's what I'm saying. The real deal. I want the real thing. Bacon giveaway. I want the real Baker cut, yum. Okay. Can we do this can you go? We did this yesterday with. Kentucky Fried Chicken. Listen. I'm a sucker. Just like most of you are sucker for the Kentucky Fried Chicken stuff, it tastes so good. But but I'm just telling you the chicken, I can do the chicken if I have anything else. Crap. I mean, I just my stomach my stomach goes. That's it. I'm done. It just doesn't work for me. I've serious it does not work the chickens. Okay. And then, but so we were going through the greed of some of the items like, for example. For whatever reason yesterday. There was a story about Kentucky Fried Chicken coming out with a bake a gravy scented candle. That just sounds gross. Maybe maybe there's some of you. It says, whatever whatever. But that made me want to know what is in their gravy. Anyway. So we were looking at the ingredients in the gravy. And oh my gosh. There're probably thirty ingredients in its twenty five of them are are chemicals. And then we looked at what's in the potato the potatoes. And I'm thinking, okay. Well, no wonder my stomach goes Blitzer when I have the potatoes. I mean, it's just. Sounded more like chemistry rather than a recipe. Yeah. Right. You know, food it being a chef. It's an art right, right? It's it's it's art with food. And and what they're doing is. They're doing a chemistry. Chemistry. Would you call it a chemistry experiment? Yeah. Oh my gosh. Nothing against those of you like KFC, but really agreements sometimes you'll you'll cut back you will cut back. So we can I just ask what is in. If McDonald's has a menu with all the ingredients of their products. I want to know what's in the vacant. I'm seeing with the at least, the bacon biscuit, and the bacon burger, whatever they have. It does say it cut apple wood smoked bacon and ingredients for that are pork bellies cured with water salt sugar natural smoke flavor. Sodium, phosphate, sodium eh through a bait and sodium nitrate, okay? Sounds like real bacon to me. Yeah. Yeah. With with the preservatives. Okay. All right this. That's not too bad. They didn't screw that. Whatever. It's only seventy calories for for a slice. So Tuesday, the twenty ninth four to five local time free bacon with anything. Okay. Good. I'm in bacon fries. There you go. Oh, those bacon. Sounds fries are so yummy. Did you put what else that McDonalds would be could bake it got and the ad? They've got it in one of their like Oreo milkshakes. Oh, I see. Stirring, the stirring, the mcflurry figure. Yeah. That's the deal. I was thinking bacon hashbrowns. Ooh. Nice. Call. Good. Hey, how about Taco Bell or dialing up the spice levels further new sauces at the restaurants, really good ole yum brands, yum brands, also owes KFC, right? I think. Yeah. Yum, yum. Oh, yeah. Because you always see the KFC Taco Bell attached. Yeah. Yeah. They're same company. Big mothership. So talk bells dialing out new sauces wanted. People already getting shot over their old ones. Spicing things up. You're referring to there was we had like three news stories in the last month where people were getting into fights. And there was a somebody actually fired shots over a Taco Bell sauce not being in their bag food. There you go. What's happening? This is think about this this Fisher their consumers should their patriots. Okay. Oh, okay. I'm bummed out. I'm bummed out. Okay. So they're doing they're doing this spicier version of the sauce in Thailand. Oh thailand. They want to start it off in Thailand. And then start rolling it out to other parts of the world. Oh, great. Well, okay. I guess I guess this is their way they know how the consumers are here. If just like going back to what you were saying Kate. If you get a bad batch of taco sauce at a at a Taco Bell. There is the risk that somebody's going to start shooting. So they're figuring. Let's roll this out in Thailand. See how it works there? Just a little more mellow drive. It in Thailand test drive it in Thailand, they won't start shooting at each other. And then we'll take bring it to. Then we can bring it to the inner cities of the United States of America will be good. Then slowly. Right. That's it. I don't know. I'm sure all of you have seen the Oscar Mayer wiener mobile before. Oh, yeah. And they've got they have a little instead of and they've got this thing that. Kind of does one of those deals. If you could find the Oscar Mayer wiener mobile whistle or horn, or whatever it's called Sherry because I'm going to go back to this story at some point. So we could we could we can talk. Oh bell. This a little bit later we spice this went up a little bit later, but they're they're accepting applications now for wiener mobile drivers. Oh, nice right later, guys. That's what I'm gonna go deal the next fleet of wiener mobile hotdogs. That's what they call them drivers. Hotdogs you want to be a hot or that's what they call the driver's. Well, if they really wanted to get twenty thousand nine they would make an autonomous. Self-driving wehner. Oh, that'd be good. Let's see. So here's here's what they want for their applicants you ready for this. Applicants should have a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science, preferably in public relations journalism communications advertising or marketing. Okay. Great. Wow. Okay. Bilingual is also a plus once hire the company promises a competitive salary and. And a company car that's guaranteed to turn heads. That would be your waiter mobile. I want to know what they pay these guys. I'll bet it's probably. So essentially, you're joining their marketing department happening. Yeah. So it's more than just driving the little wiener will be nice. Find the pay for these guys. Yeah. So you're tasked with acting as your own traveling relations. You're you are your own travelling public relations firm you organize promotions and pitch TV radio and print media. This'll be a fun job. Yeah. Plus you have that on your resume for the rest of your life. I'm just telling you, something you're bulletproof. You know, anybody always outdo anybody. Whatever you're sitting around with the guys or gals having a beer. Hey, your first job out of college. I drove the wiener mobile. No problem. You win every time. And you know, what you're kidding me? Really? And you know, anybody who has seen that thing has always wanted to drive it or see at least what the inside of it is like. Yeah. Right. I I want to see the inside Avalon. A I wanna know. What's in there? You got like a bad couch lounge..

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