20 Burst results for "Three Hundred Grams"

"three hundred grams" Discussed on Lush Life

Lush Life

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on Lush Life

"Bruised raspberries bruised. Stir them well together. And after ten days it being clear maybe drawn off so that led right into that. Now go ahead wonderfully and i absolutely love because a through our own experimentation. We found seven to ten days to be perfect maceration time wanna make raspberry gin you wanna make a home pink gin. That will beat the pants off of any commercial pink. Gin you buy a punit which is two hundred fifty. Three hundred grams of raspberries. Put that into a bottle of gin. Let it sit for ten days and then stream that off and that color will hold for up to five years. A great zinfandel rose a color and a beautiful fresh raspberry flavor and they knew it in sixteen thirty nine. It may contain jen now. Everyone as you're sipping you're welcome cocktail. You just think that you're slipping normal jim right. Well actually you're not you're sipping the original jim. And that's why it has a slate pink color which jared and anesthesia brought for all of you today. So that's kinda surprising that we had and we will be tasting at neat soon when it comes to you. So which is really exciting. Wasn't alone whiskey character to it. Because they didn't have column stills back then to make a very pure neutral spirit base so they were only distilling up to sixty eight percent wearing today. We're taking up to ninety five percent and then rectifying redistributing with botanical. What you will be tasting is essentially a new make spirit. Anastacia worked out that it was green. Not and even even more interesting was james muskrat in. Its as i say in eighteen fifty when he wrote his kind of alluded to the fact that as far as he was concerned all british spirits all as if there were any other british spirits other than british whiskey which there was an and british gen. Were nothing more than the The low low wind fabrications of scottish and english fabricators of grain spirits that kind of gives you the hint it started with new make.

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I like purchased a few fruits and some carrots or some interest. Put that in my diet like an individual. Who has some people have like issues when they eat those foods so they take him out of their diet. I've never had that. It's never been that type of thing. It's just been laziness of being a single man. Here's my advice. Speculation on the whole thing is that For people that are sicker and for people that are heavier that have made poor choices with their nutrition. For long period of time i think fiber would probably apply to them a little bit more just in my own personal just kind of Thought process and like you know the fido estrogens and all these weird things like accumulating in the body. I think one can speculate. If you eat. Crappy foods like maybe the fibers would help Kind of take some of those things out of our body. Will you mentioned about cancer. I find really fascinating because cancer would be probably associated as those other risk factors that you mentioned earlier Along with a lot of other things but glucose and your blood lipid profile of those things are compromised. Then yeah you probably do need nutritional intervention. You probably do need to examine what you're eating currently but If your digestion feels good you feel good every day but you're in perform well every day. You're sleeps good Probably not a ton of reasons to go way out of your way to eat fiber but to consume some. I don't think it would hurt any. Yeah fiber is one of those one of those public health. A eight outside public health wallpaper And it's very difficult to study health in general because you have to rely on population studies and the inherent inability to control and keep an eye on all the variables to see what's affecting what so the increase in fiber has a has a good evidence basis for improving health or preventing chronic disease but But in what need would population knows what i wonder you know. That's yeah that's where my curiosity is no mark. I'm with you It seems that if you can just frigging stay relatively lean and active and get enough good sleep a lot of the other stuff at and of course you know psychological psychosocial things have to be in place you can't necessarily be going insane on A lot of the other stuff. A lot of the other stuff is just just you know not meaningless details but almost hypothetical things of optimizing health or or not a lot of it is speculative but Yeah i see what you're saying because if you read about if you read about folks who live the longest they coincidentally happened to be eating a certain amount of fiber and they you know like the the balloon populations for example but that's observational data There's a certain amount of bias in selecting Those populations in keeping an eye on him. there is some convergence of data from interventions that show beneficial effects of fiber but Yeah there's are a lot of populations for example the entire on low carb population who are improving their health markers and who actually prefer a lower fiber intake from just a digestive tolerant standpoint on their living happier lives by not dutch oven ing their significant others every night and i can see that as being held benefit in and of itself. It's also safe to say that your body can kind of Like do what it needs to do regardless whether you're having fiber or not it's my understanding that you can produce like beauty rate and some of the things that your stomach needs regardless of whether you're eating these fibers or not is that is that correct. I'm i'm going to go ahead and say that i don't know the the rate of which it is capable of doing. I've never looked into it. But i can imagine that being the case. I'm just not comfortable with saying that. Fiber is essential right I'm i'm comfortable with saying that. It can benefit health and there is a. There's a relatively large body of literature. Associating higher fibre. Intakes with a reduction in chronic disease What i'm not totally comfortable with saying that. Everybody needs to emphasize fiber and get on a high fiber diet. would you say maybe it's comparable to like just carbs in general like i know that you're a proponent of carbohydrates I for some folks that are trying to get like you know in in shape and Get on stage and bodybuilding and stuff like that so fiber may be could be something that maybe it's more optimal for overall gut health. But it's it's not necessarily needed much in the way that an individual can choose to go low carb and have great benefits of being in shape and staying in shape as a kind of like that like the Carbohydrates are like as we refer to them. We referred to as being like performance enhancers in a way and maybe fiber is that like. It's not gonna be a supernet negative. You don't eat a lot of fiber But it could be a little bit of a net positive. If you just eat some fiber here and there. I can get on board with that. I can And yeah i do. I do love love my carbs and But i i have to clarify that Carbs in the general population are kind of a double edged sword and public health guidelines regarding Predominating your your diet with a with grain products That's double edged sword. As well and i think that the human organism can Get along just fine on on low. Carb i'm not a proponent of What what some people are they're just super duper anti carbon. Kito for everybody I think that the human organism is just highly resilient and adaptable to shoot anything from thirty to three hundred grams of carbs. Day depending on who you are and what your what your program is. Of course we get some people doing six hundred grams of carbs today in doing fine right but.

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on The Novice and The Nerd

The Novice and The Nerd

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on The Novice and The Nerd

"What do you need any money correctly it alone. Yes if i could give you a high five five. The british open is ron right. Now give your gone silent golf clap. You need money. We were talking about you trying to expand your business when it was privately held and we said there was essentially two options. What's the first one. Get a business loan correct now when your publicly traded a you issue bonds is the is the is the proper term. God it that means you go to the bond market with a with the private bank. Goldman sachs morgan stanley. And you say. I need to raise five hundred million dollars and i want to issue bonds in order to do this. An amc actually did this where they went and they issued. This was in january. So let me back up for a second for one. Quick second on january first of this year their stock was trading at two dollars and fourteen cents. Why was it trading so low because the stock market was essentially figuring out what we are talking about. This company was on a fast track to bankruptcy right because the expenses were piling up and the cash was going down and even though america was slowly. Starting to reopen people. Were not overly thrilled to go back to the movie theaters. not every portion of america was reopened. And there's no blockbusters it actually talked about this on a previous podcast. About how warner brothers had decided to basically skip the movie theaters entirely and started pushing some of their new moves. Right to eight max. So the stock was essentially trading with a giant red neon. Sign that this thing was a dead man. Walking and while they had cash the mark the stock market was saying. They don't have enough cash. Get from point a to be because even be which is reopening isn't gonna be enough they need to get to point c. and we don't have enough so the stock is essentially worthless when when a company goes bankrupt just to back up for second when a company goes bankrupt. The equity holders are the last to get anything. If there's anything leftover from the fire sale so the the best analogy. I can give to you for that is imagine that you have a house and this is not how it works when when the house is foreclosed on. But i'm just trying to simplify you have a house and you owe three hundred thousand dollars in that house and there's a bunch of stuff in that house the bank comes along and says we're going to sell the house and all the stuff in it and they're going to get there three hundred gram back because that's what you owe them and you'll be lucky if there's anything if you if there's anything leftover we'll give it to you. It's not that much different in the corporate world in which the bondholders the debt gets paid. I and people who have equity which is again similar to you having equity in the house or whatever that you're only going to get paid if there's anything left over and so the shares are representing are at that moment when a company declared bankruptcy the shares typically go to very low if not zero because people say guess what the assets that the company owned isn't enough to pay back all the debt holders typically..

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

"Got plenty of My own anecdotal. Before and after photos and many people who've read my work and follow that approach but this long term health approach like matt was kind of alluding to there's a difference oftentimes between health and performance right. I mean some of the great athletes out there. Even these ultra runners. We've been talking about in some of these running questions. They're not all that healthy when they're out there on on the on the race. Course you go going for fifty or a hundred miles that inherently in itself the physical activity is not all that healthy but the the massive amount of food and supplements and isolated nutrients consumed just a to to get them through. That is not all that healthy either and even the greatest of all time the goats that right behind me the goat the greatest of all time. Scott derek is is the first to say that like yeah. This is not super healthy approach. But this is what fuels an extreme athlete to reach these things. So in bodybuilding what. I'm really really encouraging people to do is let's focus on. Let's focus on the andy score right. Let's focus on the aggregate nutrient density index with look at the most nutrients per calorie. And i can tell you from firsthand experience and from others that chuck. I went from a vegan bodybuilding diet. That was five thousand calories a day. Three hundred grams of protein per day tons of processed plant foods for years and was inspired by forks. Over knives i worked for folks knives. I helped release that film in two thousand eleven. I took out dr tekong campbell's nutrition course through cornell university at the center for nutrition studies. I i now have a a guest lecture that i give in that course and have for years and that challenged this narrative about protein obsession about this isolated nutrient that dominates the bodybuilding in body composition and sports strength sports world and i adopted a low protein approach or a moderate protein approach for athletic results and for long term health. And i think that is really the most holistic approach we can take so you can achieve your goals right. You can achieve your muscle building goals. I got bigger and stronger than ever in my life. Following a lower calorie lower protein getting a much higher nutritional yield just a greater return on investment and. Yes it calorie intake is gonna is gonna matter as far as building mass right into the more calories. You take in more likely. The master going to put on muscle and fat. Just the the way it works. But there's also something to consuming a higher nutrient calorie ratio so fewer calories. You can get greater results if that makes sense. So we're talking about decreasing inflammation and therefore through all these plant based whole foods for speeding up recovery therefore working out more often getting getting a greater response from your workouts getting better better recovery and repair of damaged muscle tissue which happens as a result of resistance weight training. And so now you can adapt to this What is perhaps a lower calorie intake than you're used to but in a higher nutrient yield improve that muscle repair processes improve circulation improve the energy that goes into the workouts. You get a better return from the workout. You're just just more energetic. You can push harder and you recover faster. You can do it more often. So that's my that's my answer is that it can be as high as seventy percent of your total calories. Come from carbohydrates and keep protein noted pretty modest level. We only need five to ten percent of our calories from protein even for athletes. And i put that to the test for the last decade. I'm coming up on ten years of this. No supplements nope. No protein supplements do use b twelve but no protein supplements. No sports supplements no emphasis on protein. And i'm just one of many. I've i've heard from other plant based athletes including bodybuilders. Who are starting to incorporate this idea as well because you achieve your goals and have this longevity effect that we're all really in the back of our heads searching for as well this pursuit of happiness. I can feel well for longer. Therefore i can do this sport that i love for longer. Two boys weren't overtime but there. There are a couple more questions that i've really wanna get to. Are you okay to hang out for another five minutes or so and we can do a lightning round to matt and i both have some long answers because he wrote a fifty page book. We're passionate about it but we've also can do some lightning round so we can sinked as possible. Oh okay lightning round. We're definitely going to squeeze in more than two but hold on. You may want to expand on this one right. So we'll save the lightning round for after this one Robert i'm sticking with you. This is a question from alexis. It came in at twelve twenty six. She's watching us right now on youtube and she wants to know what is the difference between meat protein and plant protein. My family and friends mentioned that. I need meat protein but i never lacked from protein. That's that's a great question. Actually because there's really no fundamental difference. They're both amino acids the both. They're both the passage. Which are the building blocks of protein and both contain nine essential amino acids now. It's true that plant foods. Certain plant foods may have amounts of certain amino acids but we eat a whole variety and therefore throughout the day we accumulate all of those different amino acids and balanced. It's itself out just any kind of slight variety of food now. There is one fundamental difference though so much animal protein comes with extra baggage it comes with either a class. One carcinogen class to a carcinogen it comes with dietary cholesterol. Which is only found in animal. Protein it does not have fiber which is only found implants which ninety seven percent of americans don't get enough and it only has one sixty four th the amount of antioxidants that plant foods have and the an and how an animal protein gets antioxidants in the first place is because that protein that cow that animal eight plants first place so the on a fundamental like level. it's basically the same amino acids. But you're getting so many more extra calories with the animal protein including many unwanted calories that we don't need and we know obesity is a problem here in america. It all says the cholesterol that can have a damaging effects on our arteries on our overall health and we also know that. These foods can be carcinogenic. They can. They can be very problematic and they could also lead to A cardiovascular issue heart issues And are and are very common degenerative diseases that as a western society that we suffer from. So there's no shortcoming. I wanna make that clear. There's no shortcoming from plant based protein. You just need a variety of it. and and with that protein from plants are getting all those extra vitamins minerals. Those micronutrients those antioxidants the fiber in the water the really really important fighter nutrients and and nutritional components that are gonna just lead to faster recovery. And that's really the thesis of this book. The plant based athlete that matinee wrote is that trump. i wanna tell you. Every athlete we interviewed. Sixty world-class plant based athletes. The reported the same thing that they have reduced inflammation better recovery and a longer career as a result of consuming plants. So those are the differences between animal and plant protein. I recommend a leave the baggage behind and go with the plans to the original sources of protein. Which are those amino acids that are found in plants all outstanding. Answer all right now you guys ready for the lightning round. Let's do it far matt here. We go starting with you. Do antioxidants help with inflammation after a workout. India accidents definitely help with oxidative stress and help to reduce that which is which is a byproduct of working out. I've not actually your. That's exactly the same mechanism as anti-inflamation but anti mission is a huge thing in the anti inflammatory compounds. so present in plant foods things like tart. Cherries ginger turmeric. Those are just sort of superfood approaches but it antioxidant compounds Throughout plant based diet in the opposite pro inflammatory compounds are prevalent throughout an omnibus diet They absolutely are a huge helper in in.

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"And i don't wanna see i think it's i think it's something that Many many people can escape Maybe it's going to be difficult to save everybody. But i believe that i have information and knowledge to assist and to get people into a better spot. I feel that. I have a good understanding of of how people even get to the spot in the first place. I have a good ideas and recipes to help people get out of those Nasty spots They kind of find themselves in. You know right now. I'm helping out my buddy russell and were twenty days in and he's down seventeen pounds as just one person's results you know. This is just one guy so we can't just say. Hey look this is going to be the exact same way. It's gonna work for everybody but I would love to be known You know as a person that is assisting people with losing weight. The way that i thought about it more recently was i. I went to this restaurant. And one of the guys there was real heavy and the guy was super nice and funny and and just seem like a wonderful person to be around. He shared a lot with us. He told us he was a dad. And just all these things. And i'm just like man like there's i'm not expecting everyone to be skinny. I believe that we're all made to be different I'm i'm not skinny myself. I don't even want that. And i also am not trying to inflict what i think is a way to live. Just i want to be able to assist people to feeling better about themselves and to assist people to feel really good. And in this guy's case i kind of wish that he was like oh that's mark bell. He's the do the house people lose weight. So i'm just gonna ask him a question which i know that some people would still be. They might run the other way. I don't i don't wanna know what he's gonna say. But trust me. When i when i say that the things that i suggest are reasonable. The reasonable ten minute walks eat more protein lift some weights outside of that i would say look you have nowhere to you. Have no idea where to start or what to do Multiply your body weight by about ten. That's about how many calories you should eat a day if you're totally lost. Just don't even know anything about a calorie or nothin' youtube it. Look it up and from there. Maybe track your calories for a few days to see what you've kinda normally eat and you're gonna say my god. I eat four hundred carbs every day and three hundred grams of fat and zero protein. You know you're gonna probably find that your your diet is just needs to be flipped upside down. You know or your diet just needs sometimes. It's just tweaking. I wanna make that clear to is like i think that sometimes we think the people that are heavier are real gluttonous or there but not a lot of times it just got themselves in a bad spot got themselves in a bad position and they continue to kind of self sabotage themselves. It's not like if you sat down and eight with some of these people are seeing them eat they're not gonna eat nearly the amount of food that you've thought they might eat Again 'cause a lot of times it's the end of the day Ten struggle like andrew is pointing out like man. I just wanna i just wanna but we gotta rain we gotta figure out a way to rein that in you know what what if the answer like. What if the answer i gave to that question was man. You gotta get the fuck over it you know you gotta you gotta figure out a way to power through that mentally find something else to do kind of what i suggested right That is the truth of it. You wanna be different. You wanna look different. You wanna be further ahead. You want to advance you. Want to make progress. What we can't keep doing the same things you were doing before because that clearly is not working the way the way that you wanted to work but also can we fill in those gaps with something more reasonable casio andrew. That's no problem and You know by some low fat popcorn just stuff your face with a bunch of popcorn and just do it for the whole week. He's much popcorn as you want. But it's time three days. Go by and be like dude like the popcorn's killing me and you'll probably rain it back in on your own And there's tons of suggestions online. There's anabolic ice cream that you can make. There's a there's a high protein puddings yes. There's a little bit of extra effort that goes into taking your yogurt and whipping some protein powder into it. But i want people to understand into. Trust me when i say this. It's easier for you to be harder on yourself now than it is for everyone else to be harder on you later. Sier for you to be hard on yourself right now than it is for the world to come crashing down on you and say you're fucking fat. You're lazy you're obese. You're not doing what you're supposed to and widen my taxes have to go towards helping you with your healthcare when you're when you're just a lazy ass. It's harder to be obese. It's harder to walk around being uncomfortable like that. It's harder to be sick. It's hard to have diabetes hard have heart disease than it is simply change a couple of things. I know that change is really difficult. But it's it's an important thing it's important for us to figure out ways of making progress and for ways for us.

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"All these things that in my allopathic brain i just couldn't quite wrap my head around and so i just remind women ed. Paramount doesn't have to be a bumpy ride. For many of us it is. And i think that. Peri menopause transitional period before women go through menopause Really can be can set us up for success. Moving forward origen be so profoundly. Difficult that women will say. I almost feel like. I don't know who i am anymore like. I'm just lost. Drifted i'm inflamed. I've gained wade's I feel like i'm just not as connected in so you know from from my perspective even as as a traditional western medicine trained and i want women to feel empowered at midlife and not feel like they have to throw in the towel and just walk around and move because something that was said to me that that i love to talk about was someone said to me while you're forty four years old. Don't you think this is the way things are just not today. And i said forget that i was like i don't buy into that. I refused to accept. That weight gain is a normal function of aging. I just don't. I don't embrace added that i don't want other people to either. Yeah i love that mentality and yeah peri. Menopause is is definitely a challenging season. But you're right. It can set you up for a really healthy thriving life on your fifties sixties seventies eighties. And so you just got to take the right steps and so. Let's talk about nutrition. And how you utilize that when you're working with because i would imagine most of the most of the your clients. They are working with one are in this sort of peri. Menopause transition into menopause Let's talk about the strategies that utilize with them. Yeah i mean. I would say first and foremost I like to use diagnostic testing. That that part of my western medicine mindset although also functionally trained still alive and well and i like to start with underlying food sensitivity as sad as it is You know things like luton dairy an alcohol in particular can be hugely inflammatory and find. Those are three of the big ones but we'll do You know kind of targeted foods than city testing. We start with that. And then i like to look at a dna based testing gene map. And that's a starting point. I was remind people that we can create a personalized food elimination diet but i generally like everyone to gluten dairy free as a starter alcohol. You know unfortunately we have this like drinking culture. And and i don't think is probably done anyone any favors in this regard but women in particular in middle age. We know that hall consumption. I've had people tell me. I fall asleep. During when a when i drink. Only when i drank not sleep we know at this regulates melatonin it up cortisol impacts your blood sugar. And it's almost a guaranteed. I'm not gonna sleep while. So when i see women in their forties. That are really struggling early. Fifties we oftentimes have that hard discussion about alcohol. Use is not to suggest you don't drink. I'm not certainly not advocating. That people be completely absent if that's not what they enjoy but just being smart about when they're going to consume alcohol because in our bodies our bodies waxed metabolize alcohol. I because it's considered to be a toxin but in terms of really at Nutrition piece. I encouraged women really focus on animal based per teen and healthy fats. Fats of unfortunately have been bastardized for so many years. That a lot of the reach raining. I have to do is encouraging women guests. I actually want you to have our kado. yes. I actually want you to have some olive oil. Yes i think if you wanna add a healthy fat to a smoothie adds some mcat oil because or if you're cooking if you're cooking lard or you're using Other types of bats duck fat is wonderful to find people are using are going roasting in Because it's incredibly flavorful. So really dispelling. A lot of the mets. And unfortunately it's starting to also happened with animal-based protein as well but i remind people And as this this is one example that you know. Six ounces of steak is equivalent to like six cups of keen wa 'protein women in particular have to be very very careful about their carbohydrate intake in middle age and this is a bummer. And i'll be the first person who did not appreciate what twenties thirties enough. Because had i known would have enjoyed more carbohydrates than i did. But it doesn't mean that you don't have carbs it just means you're smart about it very targeted. So one of the things that we work on is going low or carb. The average american is consuming two hundred three hundred grams of carbs a day which is average. It's means there are more people doing way more than that with all. The sugary coffees and junk food. In so i say let's get a low carb as a start like it could be. Let's try a hundred and fifty grams or less or one hundred grabs. I don't necessarily recommend everyone do kito because kito oftentimes is not done well with women. Meaning unknowingly women kind of step into a minefield. They'll eat too much healthy fats. Too much of any one thing is not beneficial thing and so you know that that carbohydrate discussion has to be had an i prefer non-grain on gluten. I really like you know. Someone's cycling up on their carbs. Its root vegetables and if you tolerate you know as low glycemic and things like that. I mean they're certainly like. I'm a big fan of spaghetti squash but when i eat spaghetti squash. It's like half a cup. I don't eat copious amounts of these things. Because i just don't tolerate them and that's unfortunate that we become increasingly more insulin resistant as we have this loss of astra dial as our intrinsic estrogen is is kind of waxing and waning heading into menopause. And so that's usually the. The focus is in all based protein in healthy fats. Carbohydrates depending on what their goals are. Someone's added healthy wage. I think that it's completely reasonable to have a carve up day or symptoms called a flex day If someone's still getting their menstrual cycle they have to be mindful of you know fasting and their carbohydrate and take the week before What i find. That interesting is once women and menopause get away that they're happy with. Were you know whatever their body composition. They're really looking for. I always say don't focus on the way out of your clothes. Said how do you feel what's your energy like that can be hugely beneficial. But they actually. I think get to have the most fun with their nutrition in their their fasting regimens because they don't have to worry about any amount of cycling hormones that they did while they were still getting their period and i always say Men and menopausal women have the most fun with fasting because there aren't as many restrictions too many rules and i find that for a lot of people's personalities that really resonates for them. Yeah for sure. I i found the same that you know men for sure the easiest people to get fast and usually within a week they adapt and they feel a lot. Better and then the toughest toughest group is your very lean. Very active stressed menstruating females. Just kind of like what. You're talking about there especially if they've had years of stress like so they've built up Lowered their level of resilience Like when they're in their late thirties and early forties. That can be really tough. But if they're lean in general the women have very sensitive threshold for how much body fat they can have. And if you go under that threshold in the body says we can't..

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Would say to my husband the beneficial thing breastfeeding was that you could eat anything and everything but the detrimental thing was when you stop breastfeeding had to go back to normal but when we don't get enough sleep. We don't crave broccoli. Week craves hyper palatable. Highly processed stuff. You crave sugar and so that can be detrimental to our waistline. And then lastly you know that stress if it's not properly mitigated chan impact immune function and so we can develop things likely guy. You can get opportunistic infections. I got a parasite infection. I h pylori all these things that in my allopathic brain i just couldn't quite wrap my head around and so i just remind women ed. Paramount doesn't have to be a bumpy ride. For many of us it is. And i think that. Peri menopause transitional period before women go through menopause Really can be can set us up for success. Moving forward origen be so profoundly. Difficult that women will say. I almost feel like. I don't know who i am anymore like. I'm just lost. Drifted i'm inflamed. I've gained wade's I feel like i'm just not as connected in so you know from from my perspective even as as a traditional western medicine trained and i want women to feel empowered at midlife and not feel like they have to throw in the towel and just walk around and move because something that was said to me that that i love to talk about was someone said to me while you're forty four years old. Don't you think this is the way things are just not today. And i said forget that i was like i don't buy into that. I refused to accept. That weight gain is a normal function of aging. I just don't. I don't embrace added that i don't want other people to either. Yeah i love that mentality and yeah peri. Menopause is is definitely a challenging season. But you're right. It can set you up for a really healthy thriving life on your fifties sixties seventies eighties. And so you just got to take the right steps and so. Let's talk about nutrition. And how you utilize that when you're working with because i would imagine most of the most of the your clients. They are working with one are in this sort of peri. Menopause transition into menopause Let's talk about the strategies that utilize with them. Yeah i mean. I would say first and foremost I like to use diagnostic testing. That that part of my western medicine mindset although also functionally trained still alive and well and i like to start with underlying food sensitivity as sad as it is You know things like luton dairy an alcohol in particular can be hugely inflammatory and find. Those are three of the big ones but we'll do You know kind of targeted foods than city testing. We start with that. And then i like to look at a dna based testing gene map. And that's a starting point. I was remind people that we can create a personalized food elimination diet but i generally like everyone to gluten dairy free as a starter alcohol. You know unfortunately we have this like drinking culture. And and i don't think is probably done anyone any favors in this regard but women in particular in middle age. We know that hall consumption. I've had people tell me. I fall asleep. During when a when i drink. Only when i drank not sleep we know at this regulates melatonin it up cortisol impacts your blood sugar. And it's almost a guaranteed. I'm not gonna sleep while. So when i see women in their forties. That are really struggling early. Fifties we oftentimes have that hard discussion about alcohol. Use is not to suggest you don't drink. I'm not certainly not advocating. That people be completely absent if that's not what they enjoy but just being smart about when they're going to consume alcohol because in our bodies our bodies waxed metabolize alcohol. I because it's considered to be a toxin but in terms of really at Nutrition piece. I encouraged women really focus on animal based per teen and healthy fats. Fats of unfortunately have been bastardized for so many years. That a lot of the reach raining. I have to do is encouraging women guests. I actually want you to have our kado. yes. I actually want you to have some olive oil. Yes i think if you wanna add a healthy fat to a smoothie adds some mcat oil because or if you're cooking if you're cooking lard or you're using Other types of bats duck fat is wonderful to find people are using are going roasting in Because it's incredibly flavorful. So really dispelling. A lot of the mets. And unfortunately it's starting to also happened with animal-based protein as well but i remind people And as this this is one example that you know. Six ounces of steak is equivalent to like six cups of keen wa 'protein women in particular have to be very very careful about their carbohydrate intake in middle age and this is a bummer. And i'll be the first person who did not appreciate what twenties thirties enough. Because had i known would have enjoyed more carbohydrates than i did. But it doesn't mean that you don't have carbs it just means you're smart about it very targeted. So one of the things that we work on is going low or carb. The average american is consuming two hundred three hundred grams of carbs a day which is average. It's means there are more people doing way more than that with all. The sugary coffees and junk food. In so i say let's get a low carb as a start like it could be. Let's try a hundred and fifty grams or less or one hundred grabs. I don't necessarily recommend everyone do kito because kito oftentimes is not done well with women. Meaning unknowingly women kind of step into a minefield. They'll eat too much healthy fats. Too much of any one thing is not beneficial thing and so you know that that carbohydrate discussion has to be had an i prefer non-grain on gluten. I really like you know. Someone's cycling up on their carbs. Its root vegetables and if you tolerate you know as low glycemic and things like that. I mean they're certainly like. I'm a big fan of spaghetti squash but when i eat spaghetti squash. It's like half a cup. I don't eat copious amounts of these things. Because i just don't tolerate them and that's unfortunate that we become increasingly more insulin resistant as we have this loss of astra dial as our intrinsic estrogen is is kind of waxing and waning heading into menopause. And so that's usually the. The focus is in all based protein in healthy fats. Carbohydrates depending on what their goals are. Someone's added healthy wage. I think that it's completely reasonable to have a carve up day or symptoms called a flex day If someone's still getting their menstrual cycle they have to be mindful of you know fasting and their carbohydrate and take the week before What i find. That interesting is once women and menopause get away that they're happy with. Were you know whatever their body composition. They're really looking for. I always say don't focus on the way out of your clothes. Said how do you feel what's your energy like that can be hugely beneficial. But they actually. I think get to have the most fun with their nutrition in their their fasting regimens because they don't have to worry about any amount of cycling hormones that they did while they were still getting their period and i always say Men and menopausal women have the most fun with fasting because there aren't as many restrictions too many rules and i find that for a lot of people's personalities that really resonates for them. Yeah for sure. I i found the same that you know men for sure the easiest people to get fast and usually within a week they adapt and they feel a lot. Better and then the toughest toughest group is your very lean. Very active stressed menstruating females. Just kind of like what. You're talking about there especially if they've had years of stress like so they've built up Lowered their level of resilience Like when they're in their late thirties and early forties. That can be really tough. But if they're lean in general the women have very sensitive threshold for how much body fat they can have. And if you go under that threshold in the body says we can't..

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"So for me. When i was getting when i was that heavy i couldn't get to three hundred grams or two hundred eighty five grams of protein without supplement with with way protein and the cost of it all to was. Yeah quite ridiculous because you're consuming three point three pounds of let's say beef a day. That's three hundred deaths. Three hundred grams of protein or two hundred eighty. Five grams of protein is three point. Three pounds of meat. You know so does get quite pricey but if you could supplement one hundred grams away protein in there and that actually seemed to drop my weight more when i was supplemented the protein in as opposed the those calories to that was just my areas. I don't know how you feel about that. But do you supplement with a protein at all or no yes. I actually do take protein almost every day at least one school and sometimes too i just find it makes it easier to your protein intake and what actually prescribed to my clients. I have them take shake a protein shake before bed every single night. And the reason i say you take it before bed is than it doesn't get in the way of Getting your other meals in right. So let's say your goal is hundred sixty grams of protein a day. And then if you have two scoops of protein before bed every single night then realistically you're only one hundred ten and you only have to focus on getting one hundred ten with up to two to three meals in snack. Then you know for factor getting that fifty grams of protein right after and i feel like also ties into one of the keys to achieving any goal is just tolerance for monotony. Right if you can do the if you know something like if you do the same thing over and over again and it's for you it just takes a lot of the guesswork out of it. So short Make a long answer short. I do supplement with protein and. I think it's definitely beneficial for almost every single person Just making it easier to hit your daily protein intake and it's super convenient. Yeah and it's cheaper. Yes that's another one. That is when when you say like again. I have to double back. 'cause when i was looking at it now. I wasn't eating steak either. I was eating eighty five fifteen or ninety ten ground beef. Yeah just trying to get and it's still. You're still looking at eighteen dollars a day. Fifteen sixteen fifteen dollars a day. You know that's a lot. Yeah per you know. Because i have to my the rest of my family to mean so. And they weren't eating beef. You know what i mean. So they were but not like. That's like getting back to it That question i had for joseph in now that i have for you..

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Apple AR Contact Lenses As The Apple Rumor Singularity

Techmeme Ride Home

02:49 min | 1 year ago

Apple AR Contact Lenses As The Apple Rumor Singularity

"All right all right all right. This is a more reasonable rumor. That i can get behind. According to our good buddy. Ming cheek quo apple plans to release a mixed reality headset as soon as next summer better even than that is that he figures that will price around the thousand dollar range then. Apples master playbook goes as follows according to quo- serious mainstream targeting. Ar glasses by twenty twenty five and then jeez. Even i haven't thought this ambitiously. He claims apple once contact lens. Type devices available by the twenty thirties. Quoting macrumors we predict that apple's m. r. a. our product roadmap includes three phases helmet type by two thousand twenty two glasses tight by twenty twenty five and contact lens type by thirty twenty forty wrote quo. We foresee that. The product will provide ar vr experiences while glasses and contact lens. Types of products are more likely to focus on a our applications co said. Several prototypes of apples mixed reality headset. Currently way in the two hundred to three hundred grams range. But he said that the final will be reduced to one hundred to two hundred grams. If apple can solve technical problems which would be significantly lighter than many existing vr devices due to a complex design quote. Expects the headset to be priced around a thousand dollars in the united states in line with the price of a high end iphone in line with previous rumor. Quo said the headset will be equipped with sony's micro led displays and several optical modules to provide a see-through a our experience adding that the headset can also offer a vr experience and quote quo. Said the headset. We'll be portable with independent computing power and storage but not truly mobile like an iphone quote when the technology improves. We believe that the new helmet product can also enhance its mobility. He said quote. Believe apple's headset has the potential to provide an quote immersive experience that is significantly better than existing. Vr products co. said the glasses will provide an optical see through a our experience and we'll be positioned as more of a mobile product than the mixed reality headset while the helmet provides a great immersive experiences. Glasses focused more on providing a mobile plus a our experience. He said quote is looking forward to the apple. Glasses integrating with the long rumored apple car which is likely several years away and quote. So yeah this is the equivalent of all of the wildest and most ambitious apple rumors rolled into one singularity. Like rumor post. Maybe he could have added. That apple will give everyone a pony as well. But heck if i live long enough to write in an apple car while scrolling through twitter in my field of vision thanks to my contact lens then you know hats off to you. Tim

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

flavors unknown podcast

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

"Be better definitely come over And so now if you go to the spring so what inspired you in spring spring everything that is agreeing honesty. Most of the bigs. Yeah i mean follow these. I love bees peas fava. Ramps of his lead by like ramps is such an interesting flavor. The the beginning. I could stand here and then like it took me a little bit. Understand what was what can think about ram sydney so visit needs Sina but still is a different salegi years. I'm like in the same time using this product. I'm i'm kind of learning every every season. I'm learning something new about product that i never used before. So whether you're making with the rams. I p called on preserved them in one of my favorite dish is accident made in the past. It was a ramps and basil pasta with the stock. You're a nine made this pasta cold fat selective. It means handkerchief so was the riott Pasta and beautiful On top that was actually want Okay so now. We are having the last season this summer. Tomatoes part of my heart bar of my tomato. Basil is what made for so wh. What kind of tomato. Because they have like tastic tomatoes here in us. And so to me that you're using all of them members in new jersey so everyone here has to say the best here in utah tomatoes. I love tomato on the vine there. Just solutions handled. Tomatoes obviously blake any ripe tomatoes even like any type of us. Just love all of them. Okay so how have you been navigating through You know depending on which. I've been very busy honestly their russia so my russia is in Brooklyn is called latina. Petitional is so we are We have a rush rush limbaugh. Also we have a little market on the back end so when we had the news about everything shutting down i was actually the first one to be like wide on. We stay open We know it's our restaurants is russian for granted. We have a lot of regulars is neighborhood rush restaurant and so what we do. Basically we put the little market that we always had on the back. That people almost never see they always think maybe it was just Ornaments boxers like a functional market. So we just put on the front of the restaurant We start to just sa- pasta and flour and all the goodies for today that we have in the restaurant due to go so everybody were getting boring about khalid. Stay home. Necas our brand. I was actually the one making cyber debretts to the others at pasta. I am and everything. So i kept myself busy. Okay so you wear sitting you. You'll pass tod. Then we have the first pasta sauces in all parts of italy trying to give everybody way to feel better. I feel like food makes you do that as so why not give the service absolutely. Yeah people looking for comfort so you see food is a is a good way of doing it so i wanted to To pick up your brain. I always like to ask the the guest on this show to share a recipe. That's a home cook. You know someone like me can do You know at home so of course we have to talk about esta. Obviously south is the why. Why can't we do again. We do that would be something. A little bit. Creative like You know with the cvb urban like twist on it. Sure i mean we're talking about you. Still away with a new on yucky. Ha i have to take notes. But i can't said to us regular potatoes we can use those okay and Are very interesting. Things about using potato is. I suggest to always bacon indian instead of boiling water. So then you don't have potatoes. They're very wet. And so then you don't have to put as much flour as like normal you would apu. Because then he gets sticky. So for example will be honest. I'm gonna sane kilo in grams and stuff on a by could be one kilo of potatoes and even better. They're a little old so they're getting starch here. A you baking the over until cooked and soft an-and you pull them off and always work on potatoes Worm and not cold so then also it's easier to handle and absorb them the other ingredients a sedan. You should have a racer rice potatoes and then you add usually around two hundred. Three hundred grams of flour zero zero flower regular flour. One egg and hundred grams. Parmigiano grated donna blade. The video parmigiana. John sure yes and s salt and black pepper and then you start to just mix together. You don't even need to like need so much because you don't want than to have. The province will add more flour. And now you're just say cottage long stinks and cutting lake little square putting a waterboarding always put the salt when the waterboarding now before there was it takes forever and then wash we do for saas. Exactly i was. I was on my way to mr question. And then you can. Even i think that's you know we can make two different sauces. Great depending Because i'm sure we can make some variations gash within the various like. I really liked land. Lambert lumber will be started because the sweet potatoes are sweet. The lamb cycle of like a little strong flavor Goes so with with the lumbar. Who would always suggests is a a lot of flavor on meantime. I marine sage in garlic. And just all cover Wine red wine and just let it cook. Neil of until tender physically caroline onion and then just taking off when he's cooked ticket off from the liquid the liquid Reducing the lambie. Just pull it apart and then you just add that So there were that. And maybe you finish with some parmesan or parmesan is like something. Always everybody has i for example like i will not bother is because the lamb has is really reach. The you wanna be the wanna taste. The flavor tastes And maybe you can. Yeah you can put us so maybe some voice mushroom through together as well just to have a little different flavor or you can pickle so much much suggests Another.

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast

Riders Lounge Podcast

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast

"It But i mean be stuff. I don't know about tom's bought. But i've had a few looks. The is the concent- stuff. And and i think the wasn't much now. I could be very wrong with louis. But this just from my understanding of looking at it and and i do look at things very closely when it comes to Any anyone acetate because you got so much to learn from other people you know as i noticed has bike with sit up like a low a tank which was i think was based around his flew. hit obviously a lot of light applied pots. He'd lost a lot of weight Which is things didn't notice any sort of tree changes in the bike as well as the was you know those comfortable pots and stuff. But i think the main difference between Probably mine was built in my workshop and must've stuff you could potentially by tons will have manufactured down that way but i think that that that the similar in the sense that both highly modified but i think they're designed for two different things fickle faecal. How much do you the white savings when you're riding light. What what is it. Is it eighty nine. And a half what i read the other day. Yes eight nine point. Five kilos we re rod people asking for jar dry right a dry white. I've no idea why you want to know. Draw away for because you dry. It means nothing and the the the balance on the bike was nearly bang on fifty percent front and ria. So that took me took me quite a bit take. She negotiate getting that spot on which helps a lot but yet point. Five weet Luck i see like aeneas stock bought which is about one hundred kilos are ninety nine kilos. Which but it's got geometry. China's net rods very well so when we when people talk about white savings at really really depends you could save twenty kilos on a but you could save that in the wrong position in. That doesn't change performance a heck of a lot. It's nice and easy to put on the stand but at some. Yeah so it just really depends we. The white has waltzes fraught wheel at fromm as unsparing as sprang way And as a as a within your motor as reducing drag on the motor that sorts of stuff like that so that's a bit lost but Do not it's the white and my black law. f- was within sudanese areas. Changing i two or three hundred grams. I could feel it. I'm doing what so flattens. Times when i was building that because obviously i'd build and abroad not vote at ride sought I was doing one thing at a time front to reeb middle bit. Whatever if i'd lost much white on the front versus.

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How to Eat 45,000 Extra Calories Without Gaining Weight

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:34 min | 2 years ago

How to Eat 45,000 Extra Calories Without Gaining Weight

"And today's show was suggested by Fabio. Who writes? I came across a study on bodybuilders, which suggests that a caloric surfeit doesn't contribute to weight gain as you would expect when the extra calories come solely from protein. Can you comment on it? The study Fabio asked me about was published in two thousand and fourteen in the Journal of the International. Society of Sports Nutrition and it is definitely worth a closer look. The subjects in this study were all in their early twenties, and they were all engaged in heavy resistance, training or weightlifting. They were quite lean and very muscular, going into the study in fact, if you looked only at their body, mass index their BMI numbers. It looked as if the subjects were on the verge of. City, but when you look at their body composition, it's clear that the higher body weights related to their heights word due to their very high muscle mass. One group in the study then added a lot of extra protein to their diet in the form of way, protein powder, and when I say a lot I mean a lot. These athletes had previously been consuming about one gram of protein per pound her day, or about twenty to twenty five percent of their calories. Now this is about twice the recommended minimum intake, but it's still comfortably within the acceptable range for protein that's laid out by the National Academy of Medicine, which is formerly known as the Institute of Medicine. For the study, the researchers essentially doubled the appleans protein intake to an average of three hundred grams per day now that is quite a bit higher than the National Academy of Medicine Maximum recommended intake, and it's also as the researchers point out, and I'm quoting here. The highest recorded intake of dietary protein in the scientific literature that we are aware of and quote. The researchers didn't evaluate whether this extremely high protein intake had any negative impacts on liver or kidney function, but many of the subjects did complain of intestinal distress during the study. However, nobody is recommending that eating this much protein would be a good idea on a long-term basis. The point of this short term study was simply to find out how eating protein in excess of caloric requirements would affect body composition in highly trained people, and when they say highly trained, they mean resistance training not trained in the scientific method or whatever. So? The subject's didn't eat less of other foods. They just added the way protein and of what they were already eating, or at least that's what they were supposed to do. In reality, some of the subjects ended up eating fewer carbohydrates. Others actually ate a bit more carbohydrate, but on average they managed to increase the caloric intake by eight hundred calories per day mostly from protein, and they also continue. Continue to do their usual strenuous workouts. So what were the results of this grand experiment? Well, according to the researchers and I'm going to quote again here. The current investigation found no changes in body, weight, fat, mass, or fat, free mass in the high protein Diet Group and this occurred in spite of the fact that they consumed over eight hundred calories more per day for eight weeks and quote. Now how is this even possible? Where did all of those extra calories go? After all eight hundred extra calories a day for eight weeks equals about forty five thousand calories, which according to the Conventional Calorie, math should have translated into a gain of almost thirteen pounds, and in fact when you look at the actual data, you will see that the subjects did gain some weight just not nearly as much as the old school. Calorie math would have predicted. In the group consuming the extra protein, the average change in weight was a gain of almost four pounds, meanwhile in the control group, who purportedly changed nothing about their diets or workouts. The average change in weight over the eight week period was a gain of almost two pounds. Similarly both groups gained some muscle. The high protein group gained an average of four pounds of lean muscle. The control group gained just three, and both groups also lost a bit of body fat. The high protein group lost a bit less than the control group. So how can the researchers conclude that eating the extra protein didn't lead to any way change or changes in body composition. Well because the differences between the test group and the control group weren't large enough to be statistically significant. Now, I want you to keep in mind as well that this was a relatively small study, only about thirty subjects completed the study, and there was quite a bit of variation in the results of the individual subjects, and sometimes that gets a little obscured. When we're just talking about averages for example in the group consuming the extra protein, the average change in weight was A. A gain of almost four pounds, but some of the subjects in this group actually lost weight while others gained twice as much as the average, and when the variants and results that wide. You'd need a lot more subjects in your study before those averages would be very meaningful. Okay, despite all of these statistics, nerd caveats, it is still somewhat surprising that the group that eight. Extra calories didn't gain more weight than they did. And that the differences between them and the control group weren't bigger.

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"S. marines was crushed when he found out he was undocumented now his life story is being told in a new musical I believed in the marine corps for so many years I studied them that's Tony fault of the nose he met with the marines recruiter in high school but was told he couldn't join because he wasn't a US citizen it was very you know her and I felt very rejected for something that I believed in so deeply but he found a different way just Sir started my organization called Islamic sheen through which he helped multiple city and county leaders get elected his story is the inspiration behind a new musical called Americano opening today at the Phoenix theatre company Griselda city no K. T. A. R. news and about as border patrolling just agent stopping to different American women from smuggling fat no into the US on Thursday a pregnant nineteen year old trying to bring over nearly three hundred grams of fat no bills inside her body later that day a thirty one year old hit a half kilogram of fat no long was math cocaine and heroin in the floor boards of her vehicle both women are now facing federal prosecution and a bill is in the works hoping to improve maternal health care state senator heather cook Carter tells KTAR her bill will focus on expanding the time frame new moms are eligible for benefits while also addressing the lack of care across the state if you look at OBGYN specifically there are parts of our state entire counties that do not have an OBGYN to deliver a baby she plans to introduce your bill on February eleventh along side of March of dimes a non profit that works to improve health care for women and their babies and now for a check on traffic here's my Daniels live in the valley Chevy dealer traffic center we got a correction ten PM priest drive just north of baseline in Buckeye vehicle fire Miller road just south of the idea that you might have some good news in Scottsdale the crash that moves off white a live.

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Breaking news center I'm Kevin well snow has has reached all of southeast Wisconsin today storm team four meteorologist to Lisa Wilson saying the highest totals will be farther north to four inches of snow expected for phone collection wooden county of nor the Dodge county even central Dodge county the farther south you travel though that's where the snowfall totals will start to really taper off but near the lake front when the snow will linger we could see anywhere from about one to two inches a lake shore flood advisory is in effect until six AM tomorrow morning along Lake Michigan a thirty eight year old woman has died after she was involved in a two vehicle accident on Milwaukee's south side Friday evening police were called the sixteenth and Mitchell around six PM I know response to two vehicles that struck each other one of them that struck a nearby woman both drivers are cooperating with police two men are facing repeat drug offender charges after a traffic stop in Racine county Saturday night the sheriff's office says they stop the vehicle and I ninety four in Yorkville due to a defective headlamp a search for the vehicle found over three hundred grams of marijuana through the three T. H. E. Bates cartridges THC edible gummies and dabs along with other drug paraphernalia sports traffic and weather or next WTMJ news time eight oh two this report sponsored by Mr Holland's heating and air conditioning visit Mister Holland's heating and air dot com you bundle up for the cold but what about your furnace it's always out in the cold should you bundle it up too hi this is Steve Holland but you can call me the Bangalore because I'm going to bundle up your home for winter purchase a new complete comfort system for Mr Holland's heating and air and get a new air cleaner humidifier and thermostat bundle for an extra seventeen dollars and seventeen cents if you're older beater of the heater is in danger of frost bite when the weather turns frigid it's time to replace that bundle of bolts with a new safe highly efficient comfort system you'll feel better knowing warm air is blowing all winter long and with our air cleaner thermostat humidifier bundle will apply a healthy dose of moisturizer to your dry chapped home just seventeen dollars and seventeen cents with any complete new comfort system talk about saving a bundle call eight six six nine nine two says V. nineteen seventeen or visit Mister Holland's heating and air dot com I'm Steve Holland if you're old furnace is a bundle of nerves we can help politics and fun facts from Paul Kristen indexer total anymore did you know there are over ten thousand wine grape varieties world right here's the thousands of gift possibilities might go to holiday.

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:13 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To the past on art bell somewhere in time all right on you know Jim in Michigan in Detroit having really does have a very good point we're going to get back to the rocks in a second but you know he he brings would want please add finish explaining why the Russians and cry foul I own in a way we didn't get to that I mean you give me a reason why the Russians abrupt believed that could be done but you shouldn't tell me why they didn't cry foul right then and why right you have to look at what was happening in Russia at that time this is late ninety that mid nineteen sixty nine hi I'm Apollo eleven right the chief designer are you the head of the Russian space program with a comical Sir guy Korolev's he was the driving force behind all the major Russian activists as of the time yes he had died in the early nineteen sixty seven it was a an operation that went wrong he died as a result of that there was considerable confusion and we all know that the Russian space program became stole to that point it did yes the various factions who try who are competing for sentencing within the Russian space program nobody had actually got there it was in the grief confusion the Russian system of government as we all know I was very different from the democracies of the west the question I would always site map point is yes the Russians could have blown the whistle and they would have gained great political capital if they have been correct but the point is who would have had a the technical knowledge of what they were watching from the Apollo landing are you saying they were incorrect they were fooled too I'm saying they were full too because there was nobody who had a the knowledge and the the political climate to be able to approach the Russian polit bureau are you the head of the Communist Party and convinces them they should go public with the was nobody who could do it we all watched it I've watched it live I'm sure you work to live a millions of people six hundred million people would have watched it live indeed a better question would be why didn't anybody in the west blow the whistle why didn't any of the photographers who wash the films in the photograph while the scientists who will listen well you mean right away quote essentially right away I mean there's plenty pia like you today I've had others on the show there are a lot of people who do who don't think we put a man on the moon that's right because we now have a chance to examine the evidence of files the question what is the evidence presented by NASA for the achievement of the Apollo moon landing program and you said quite right here many people would on the same on the same question it's about a crosses the films we think of it more you think was the rocks in the astral look at all the interviews in the book all right let's go back to the rocks and and and so you know I did I always wondered what about the analysis of the rocks now did they did the analysis of the rock show clearly that it was not they were not of earth was that it clear that he is one of the great anomalies net it didn't it didn't show that there was a great deal of difference it's the word differences yes one of the experiments that was done was because at the time of Apollo most people most scientists folder the moon was of volcanic origin all right with it had affected had a hot coal like via does now yes but the core of the moon because it's much smaller pantry object has cooled but it used to be volcanic so what was done was they would take a sample of these moon rocks and I would take a sample of rock from the Columbia River basin not so near Vancouver in Canada yes she's a whole comic area right there take a sample of rock from Hawaii which you know is organic definitely and they will put them in three boxes marked Hawaii Columbia River basin and moon rock and these would be presented to various institutions universe this and NASA would say please combat and contrast these samples and report the differences well they've already marked the sample moon rocks of the senators knew what they were looking at and NASA said well here's some money to conduct the research and he who pays the Piper calls the tune in my book this is not science this is not what it should be in which is three boxes line blonde a B. and C. online test right out so that nobody knew what was in in the office okay that's fair I understand that science can be manipulated in that manner I mean they're gonna take obviously the moon sample and they're going to really look hard for any little thing I can attribute to any of the other samples okay fine I I I understand what you're saying okay now if if that was the case if if that is what happened you would get what you expect you will get a difference but we'll we'll know because recently there was a famous case of the of the rock from Antarctica the hole startled Alex eighty four double I won yes which supposedly Mars fossilized microbes that supposedly came from ma yes yes Mars but what that says is that rocks originating from a different planet to us can be found on a now please don't make the immediate assumption that that is what I'm suggesting because I don't know I don't have the aunts on this one I don't know whether the all rocks which can be found on a which can be programmed to have come from the moon but is a logical step to take that they could happen if you got a major media impactful thing get here from Mars and I'm going to assume they can get here from the moon it is a reasonable some areas yes if they get here from Mars which by the way is very converts to a lot of people actually dispute that but if you make the assumption they get here from Mars I can definitely get here from the moon a meteor impact is going to toss some off and somehow it's going to make it here it is certainly an interesting calculation to do you know what power of impact has to hips mas for rob to be sent out into free old if that's right convert to then land upon encounter on a we're talking stretch of the imagination yeah but if these rocks have been examined and if the results are relatively inconclusive and the only report I have seen on any of the rocks which indicate this it might possibly have originated from another planet should body is the research which was done to indicate that the rock examined had never ever been in contact with more so now we know water is the most common thing around on after everything's get sick contact with border zero life correct and that is the only the global put forward by this rock has never had any war in contact with it otherwise they could not tell that rock from it would be the same as as a as a as rock then you go back to I always wondered about that Marcus and and that's the the only difference they could find the only one I've ever been able to identify Ole Ole read about which indicates that maybe they came from another planet but there are so many of the act areas around which indicate that we can find things on this planet billions of years older in Greenland the billions of years old yes and they're on the surface I even got one more for the little archaeological trials and hills and an ex without so if you also assume that the origin of the moon and the origin of the F. came from the same gas clouds which is one of the suggestions put forward to the origin of these past well they would be formed from the same material I wouldn't be any different my sales if it's not ready on string the point that well the rocks from the moon vastly different and all the rocks that have been examined actually from another planet for body are you the move it is it's in dispute is not one hundred percent which which is one of the reasons I say I don't think the rocks prove it because what has to take into account one other factor the Russians will now we're trying to get to the moon and they did it with Mancroft correct around the time of the public right those on man Croft had little gadgets on them really into the lunar surface and bring back in fact the samples of three hundred grams yep regular which is the sort of surface material on me they returned three hundred grams all material from the move so one can say with a degree of a circle K. that material from the moon has been returned to the F. so what has examined us a list of the scientific establishments received only a few grams of material you know its the samples the Russian submitted for study exhibited roughly the same characteristics as that which we claimed we brought back from the moon well it's a matter of knowing whether the samples examined on different items that that I don't know it's just that there is a degree of confusion surrounding these rocks everybody quotes the rocks is as the definitive proof of of the Apollo landing for you can about the rocks if you hadn't been that she'll be a statement to make now because we will sort on television we also of picking up the rocks will soul the photographs and you're saying you could have gone the rocks without going to the moon well if you if you look at a rock exhibited in some cold gust institute and is marked a moon rock who you to question whether it is from the moon all from as I've heard somebody suggests Twin Falls Idaho I don't know well I mean you're right I am I have her we don't know but it looks like a rock so we have to rely on NASA telling us the truth we have to rely on the scientists being given something which they know is from the moon to examine and it's not going to lose a little leg let's back up on this whole thing for a second and let's let's put ourselves in the mindset of NASA and the American our government at that time and let's assume that what you're saying is correct and we never did put a man on the moon.

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"All right on you know him in Michigan and Detroit having really does have a very good point we're going to get back to the rocks in a second but you know he he brings would want please he's at finish explaining why the Russians and cry foul I in a way we didn't get to that I mean you you give me a reason why the Russians abrupt believed that could be done but you shouldn't tell me why they didn't cry foul right then and why right you have to look at what was happening in Russia at that time this is like ninety that mid nineteen sixty nine hi I'm Apollo eleven right the chief designer are you the head of the Russian space program was a geico Sir guy Korolev's he was the driving force behind all the major Russian activists as of the time yes he had died in the early nineteen sixty seven it was a an operation that went wrong he died as a result of that it was considered mild confusion and we all know that the Russian space program became stole the last point it did yes there were various factions who try who are competing for ascendancy within the Russian space program nobody had actually got that it was in the degree of confusion the Russian system of government as we all know I was very different from the democracies of the west the question I would hope will always say at that point is yes the Russians could blow the whistle and they would have gained great political capital if they had been correct but the point is who would have had a the technical knowledge the what they were watching from the Apollo landing are you saying they were incorrect they were fooled too I'm saying they were full too because there was nobody who had a the knowledge and be the political clout to be able to approach the Russian polit bureau are you the head of the Communist Party and convinces them they should go public with this so there was nobody who could do it we all watched it I watched it live I'm sure you work to live it millions of people six hundred million people would tell watched it live indeed a better question would be why didn't anybody in the west blow the whistle why didn't any of the photographers who watched the films in the photograph well known in the sciences so well with well you mean right away well essentially right away I mean there's plenty pia like you today I've had others on the show there are a lot of people who do if you don't think we put a man on the moon that's right because we've not had a chance to examine the evidence of files the question what is the evidence presented by NASA for the achievement of the Apollo moon landing program and you said quite right here many people would on the same on the same question it's the feta crosses the films you think a bit more difficult as the rocks and the astronauts and look at all the interviews in the book all right let's go back to the rocks and and and so you know I did I always wondered what about the analysis of the rocks now did they did the analysis of the rock show clearly that it was not they were not of earth was that clear that that is one of the great anomalies no they didn't it didn't show that there was a great deal of difference in the world of difference it is yes one of the experiments that was done was because at the time of Apollo most people most scientists told her the moon was of volcanic origin I ate with it had a high at that had a hot coal like the F. does now yes but the core of the moon because it's much smaller pantry object has cooled but it used to be volcanic what was done was they would take a sample of these moon rocks and they would take a sample of rock from the Columbia River basin not so near Vancouver in Canada yes use of all comic area right they would take a sample of rock from Hawaii which you know is organic definitely and they will put them in three boxes marked Hawaii Columbia River basin and moon rock and these would be presented to various institutions universe this and NASA would say please compare and contrast these samples and report the differences well they've already marked for the sample moon rocks so the sound is knew what they were looking at and NASA said well here's the money to conduct the research and he who pays the Piper calls the tune in my book this is not science this is not what it should be in which is three boxes line blocked a B. and C. online test right out so that nobody knew what was in in the office okay that's fair I understand that science can be manipulated in that matter I mean they're gonna take obviously the moon sample and they're going to really look hard for any little thing I can attribute to any of the other samples okay fine I I I understand what you're saying okay now if if that was the case if if that is what happened you would get what you expect you will get a difference but we'll we'll know because recently there was a famous case of the of the rock from Antarctica all hell startled LA X. eighty four double I want yes which supposedly Mars fossilized microbes that supposedly came from ma yes yes Mars but what that says is that rocks originating from a different planet to us can be found on a now please don't make the immediate assumption that that is what I'm suggesting because I don't know I don't have the aunts on this one I don't know whether the all rocks which can be found on a which can be programmed to have come from the moon but is a logical step to take that they could happen if you got a major media impact well they can get here from Mars and I'm going to assume they can get here from the moon it is a reasonable some areas yes if they get here from Mars which by the way is very kind of her to a lot of people actually dispute that but if you make the assumption they get here from Mars I can definitely get here from mon meteor impact is going to toss them off and somehow it's gonna make it here it it it is certainly an interesting calculation to do you know what power of impact has to hips mas for a rock to be sent out into free all day that's right and for it to then land upon encounter on a family we're talking stretch of the imagination here but if these rocks have been examined and if the results are relatively inconclusive and the only report I have seen on any of the rocks which indicate this it might possibly have originated from another country body is the research which respond to indicate that the rock examined had never ever been in contact with more so now we know water is the most common thing around on F. and everything's gets in contact with border zero life raft and that is the only example put forward Hey this rock has never had any water in contact with it otherwise they could not tell that rock from it would be the same as as a as a as rock then you go back to I always wondered about that Marcus and and that's the the only difference they could find it's the only one I've ever been able to identify Ole Ole read about which indicates that maybe they came from another planet but there are so many of the act areas around which indicate that we can find things on this planet ten billions of years older in Greenland of billions of years ago yes and they're on the surface you can go and half or more for the little archaeological trials and journalism X. without so if you also assume that the origin of the moon and the origin of the F. came from the same gas clouds which is one of the suggestions put forward to the origin of these planets well they would be formed from the same material and it wouldn't be any different my sales if it's not ready on string the point that well the rocks from the moon vastly different and all the rocks that have been examined actually from another planetary body are you the moon it is it's in dispute is not one hundred percent and which which is one of the reasons I say I don't think the rocks prove it because what has to take into account one other factor the Russians will know we're trying to get to the moon and they did with unmanned craft right around the time of Apollo right those on my end Croft had little gadgets on them really into the lunar surface and bring back in fact the samples of three hundred grams yep regular which is the sort of surface material element they returned three hundred grams all material from the moon so one can say with a degree of certainty that material from the moon has been returned to the F. so what has examined us a list of the scientific establishments received only a few grams of material do you know if the samples the Russians submitted for study exhibited roughly the same characteristics as that which we claimed we brought back from the moon well it's a matter of knowing whether the samples examined on different read that that hunter no it's just that there is a degree of confusion surrounding these rocks everybody quotes the rocks is as the definitive proof of the Apollo landing before you can about the rocks if you hadn't been that that's the obvious statement to make no because we also it on television we also of picking up the rocks will soul the photographs and you're saying you could have gone the rocks without going to the moon well if you if you look at a rock exhibited in some August institute and is marked a moon rock who are you to question whether it is from the moon all from as I've had somebody suggest Twin Falls Idaho I don't know well I mean you're right I how how are we don't know it looks like a rock so we have to rely on NASA telling us the truth we have to rely on scientists being given the something which they know is from the moon to examine and it's not it was a little let's let's back up on this whole thing for a second and let's let's put ourselves in the mindset of NASA and the American our government at that time and let's assume that what you're saying is correct and we never did put a man on the moon then that means that somewhere somehow on some Hollywood like stage out we faked all of this for the cameras right that's a reasonable assumption but I don't know that that would almost have to be a conclusion if if if man could not go to the moon without dying or could get back with pictures or whatever all the evidence is that you claimed then then then certainly the pictures that we did see were faked somewhere okay it's about a very good point and I would say that there is a much more simple a much simpler solution to this problem but yes let's assume that at some point I decided Hey that it's a hell of a risk going to the moon yeah we've got to do it by the end of nineteen sixty nine the end of the decade we gotta fulfill president Kennedy's challenge right what a how to be in a day right okay four hundred thousand people worked on the Apollo program at the time they were all doing the very best job they could do they were building the best rockets the best best land as the best rivals the best suits they were doing the best job they could sure nine knowing the conditions which were assumed at the time at some point somebody would have made a decision Phyllis guess just backtrack from that decision when you're practicing going to a different place like women you will you will construct assimilation sat absolutely your construction thing that is as near to the conditions that you expect to meet but I actually we did that because I I remember Walter Cronkite.

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"Past on art bell somewhere in time news radio WFLA all right on you know him in Michigan and Detroit having really does have a very good point we're going to get back to the rocks in a second but you know he he brings would want please he's had finished explaining why the Russians and cry foul I are in a way we didn't get to that I mean you you give me a reason why the Russians abrupt believed that could be done but you shouldn't tell me why they didn't cry foul right then and why right you have to look at what was happening in Russia at that time this is like ninety that mid nineteen sixty nine hi I'm Apollo eleven right the chief designer are you the head of the Russian space program was geico Sir guy car left he was the driving force behind all the major Russian activists as of the time yes he had died in the early nineteen sixty seven it was an operation that went wrong he died as a result of that it was considered mild confusion and we all know that the Russian space program became stole to that point it did yes there were various factions who try who are competing for ascendancy within the Russian space program nobody had actually got there it was in the degree of confusion the Russian system of government as we all know I was very different from the democracies of the west the question I would hope will always say at that point is yes the Russians could blow the whistle and they would have gained great political capital if they had been correct but the point is who would have had a the technical knowledge of what they were watching from the Apollo landing are you saying they were incorrect they were fooled too I'm saying they were full too because there was nobody who had a the knowledge and believe the political climate to be able to approach the Russian polit bureau are you the head of the Communist Party and convinces them they should go public with this so there was nobody who could do it we all watched it I've watched it live I'm sure you work to live a millions of people six hundred million people would have watched it live indeed a better question would be why didn't anybody in the west blow the whistle why didn't any of the photographers who watched the films in the photograph while the scientists who will listen well you mean right away well essentially right away I mean there's plenty pia like you today I've had others on the show there are a lot of people who do who don't think we put a man on the moon that's right because we've not had a chance to examine the evidence of files the question what is the evidence presented by NASA for the achievement of the Apollo moon landing program and you said quite right here many people would on the same on the same question it's the photographs is the films you think a bit more difficult as the rocks and the astronauts and look at all the interviews in the book all right let's go back to the rocks and and and so you know I did I always wondered what about the analysis of the rocks now did they did the analysis of the rock show clearly that it was not they were not of earth was that clear that that is one of the great anomalies no they didn't it didn't show that there was a great deal of difference in terms of the word difference it is yes know what one of the experiments that was done was because at the time of Apollo most people most scientists folder the moon was of volcanic origin I will it had a hook it had a hot coal like the F. does now yes but the core of the moon because it's much smaller pantry object has cooled but it used to be volcanic what was done was they would take a sample of these moon rocks and I would take a sample of rock from the Columbia River basin not so near Vancouver in Canada yes use of all comic area right there take a sample of rock from Hawaii which you know is organic definitely and they will put them in three boxes marked Hawaii Columbia River basin I'm a rock these would be presented to various institutions universe this and NASA would say please compare and contrast the samples were report the differences well they've already marked for the sample moon rocks are the founders knew what they were looking at and NASA said well here's some money to conduct the research and he who pays the Piper calls the tune in my book this is not science this is not what it should be in which is three boxes flying blind a B. and C. online test right out so that nobody knew what was in in the office okay that's fair I understand that does science can be manipulated in that matter I mean they're gonna take obviously the moon sample and they're gonna really low card for any little thing I can attribute to any of the other samples okay fine I I I understand what you're saying okay now if if that was the case if if that is what happened you would get what you expect you will get a difference but we'll we'll know because I recently there was a famous case of the of the rock from Antarctica well hell startled at area lakes eighty four double I want yes which supposedly Mars fossilized microbes the supposed to came from ma yes yes Mars but what that says is that rocks originating from a different planet to us can be found on a now please don't make the immediate assumption that that is what I'm suggesting because I don't know I don't have the aunts on this one I don't know whether the all rocks which can be found on a which can be programmed to have come from the move but is a logical step to take they could have happened if you got a major media impact well they can get here from Mars and I'm going to assume they can get here from the moon wait it's a reasonable some areas yes if they get here from Mars which by the way is very kind of person a lot of people actually dispute that but if you make the assumption they get here from Mars I can definitely get here from the moon yeah a meteor impact is going to toss some off and somehow it's going to make it here it it it is certainly an interesting calculation to do well you know what power of impact has to hips laws for rob to be send has given to free old if that's right and for it to then land opponent character corona family we're talking stretch of the imagination yeah but if these rocks of being examined and if the results are relatively inconclusive and the only report I have seen on any of the rocks which indicate this it might possibly have originated from another plan she body is the research which respond to indicate that the rock examined had never ever been in contact with water now we know water is the most common thing around on F. and everything's gets in contact with border zero life raft and that is the only example put forward Hey this rock has never had any water in contact with it otherwise they could not tell that rock from it would be the same as as a as a as rock then you go back to I always wondered I always wondered about that Marcus and and that's the the only difference they could find if it was the only one I've ever been able to identify Ole Ole read about which indicates that maybe they came from another planet but there are so many of the act areas around which indicates that we can find things on this planet ten billions of years old in Greenland of billions of years old yes and they're on the surface you can go and have trouble for the little archaeological trials and journalism X. without so if you also assume that the origin of the moon and the origin of the F. came from the same gas clouds which is one of the suggestions put forward to the origin of these planets well they would be formed from the same material and it wouldn't be any difference I sales if it's not ready on string the point that well the rocks from the moon vastly different and all the rocks that have been examined actually from another planet for body are you the move if if it's in dispute is not one hundred percent and which which is one of the reasons I say I don't think the rocks prove it because what has to take into account one other factor the Russians will know we're trying to get to the moon and they did with unmanned craft right around the time of the public right those on manta Croft had little gadgets on them really into the lunar surface and bring back in fact the samples of three hundred grams yep regular which is the sort of surface material on the main they returned three hundred grams all material from the moon so one can say with a degree of a circle K. that material from the moon has been returned to the F. so what has examined us a list of the scientific establishments received only a few grams of material you know its the samples the Russians submitted for study exhibited roughly the same characteristics as that which we claimed we brought back from the moon well it's a matter of knowing whether the samples examined on different we have that that I don't know it's just that there is a degree of confusion surrounding these rocks everybody quotes the rocks is as the definitive proof of the Apollo landing before you can about the rocks if you hadn't been that that's the obvious statement to make now because we also heard on television we also of picking up the rocks will soul the photographs and you're saying you could have gone the rocks without going to the moon well if you if you look at a rock exhibited in some August institute and is marked a moon rock who are you to question whether it is from the moon all from as I've had somebody suggest Twin Falls Idaho I don't know well I mean you're right I how how are we don't know it looks like a rock so we have to rely on NASA telling us the truth we have to rely on the scientists being given the something which right now is from the moon to examine and it is not our part was a let's let's let's back up on this whole thing for a second and let's let's put ourselves in the mindset of NASA and the American our government at that time and let's assume that what you're saying is correct and we never did put a man on the moon then that means that somewhere somehow on some Hollywood like stage out we faked all of this for the cameras right that's a reasonable assumption route but I don't know what that what that would almost have to be conclusion if if if man could not go to the moon without dying or could get back with pictures or whatever all the evidence is that you claim then then then certainly the pictures that we did see were faked somewhere okay it's about a very good point and I would say that there is a much more simple a much simpler solution to this problem but yes let's assume that at some point they decided Hey that it's a hell.

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on KTRH

"Big the comp the past on art bell somewhere in time I really don't like being behind on current events catch up with an update at the top and bottom of the hour stay connected to use radio seven forty K. T. R. H. all right on you know him in Michigan in Detroit having really does have a very good point we're going to get back to the rocks in a second but you know he he brings would want please he's had finished explaining why the Russians and cry foul I are in a way we didn't get to that I mean you you give me a reason why the Russians abrupt believed that could be done but you shouldn't tell me why they didn't cry foul right then and why right you have to look at what was happening in Russia at that time this is like ninety that mid nineteen sixty nine hi I'm Apollo eleven right the chief designer are you the head of the Russian space program was a geico Sir guy car left he was the driving force behind all the major Russian activists as of the time yes he had died in the early nineteen sixty seven it was a an operation that went wrong he died as a result of that it was considered mild confusion and we all know that the Russian space program became strolled about point it did yes there were various factions who try who are competing for ascendancy within the Russian space program nobody had actually got there it was in the degree of confusion the Russian system of government as we all know I was very different from the democracies of the west the question I would always say at nine point is yes the Russians could blow the whistle and they would have gained great political capital if they had been correct but the point is who would have had a the technical knowledge of what they were watching from the Apollo landing are you saying they were incorrect they were fooled too I'm saying they were full too because there was nobody who had a the knowledge and be the political climate to be able to approach the Russian polit bureau are you the head of the Communist Party and convinces them they should go public with this of the was nobody who could do it we all watched it I've watched it live I'm sure you work to live it millions of people six hundred million people would tell watched it live indeed a better question would be why didn't anybody in the west blow the whistle why didn't any of the photographers who washed the films in the photograph well defined as well well you mean right away well essentially right away I mean there's plenty pizza like you today I've had others on the show there are a lot of people who do if you don't think we put a man on the moon that's right because we've not had a chance to examine the evidence of files the question what is the evidence presented by NASA for the achievement of the Apollo moon landing program and you said quite right here many people would on the same on the same question it's the photographs is the films you think a bit more you think was the rocks and the astronauts and look at all the interviews in the book all right let's go back to the rocks and and so you know I did I always wondered what about the analysis of the rocks now did they did the analysis of the rock show clearly that it was not they were not of earth was that clear that that is one of the great anomalies no they didn't it didn't show that there was a great deal of difference in the world of difference it is yes one of the experiments that was done was because at the time of Apollo most people in most countries folder the moon was of volcanic origin I ate with it had affected had a hot coal like the F. does now yes but the core of the moon because it's much smaller pantry object has cooled but it used to be volcanic so what was done was they would take a sample of these moon rocks and I would take a sample of rock from the Columbia River basin not so near Vancouver in Canada yes his whole comic area right there take a sample of rock from Hawaii which you know is organic definitely and they will put them in three boxes marked Hawaii Columbia River basin and my rock these would be presented to various institutions universe this and NASA would say please compare and contrast these samples report the differences well they've already marked for the sample moon rocks or the sound is knew what they were looking at and NASA said well here's the money to conduct the research amber he who pays the Piper calls the tune in my book this is not science this is not what it should be in which is three boxes flying blind a B. and C. online test right out so that nobody knew what was in in the office okay that's fair I understand that does science can be manipulated in that manner I mean they're gonna take obviously the moon sample and they're going to really look hard for any little thing I can attribute to any of the other samples okay fine I I I understand what you're saying okay now if if that was the case if if that is what happens you would get what you expect you will get a difference but we'll we'll know because recently there was a famous case of the of the rock from Antarctica all hell startled LH eighty four double I want yes which supposedly Mars fossilized microbes that supposedly came from ma yes yes Mars but what that says is that rocks originating from a different planet to us can be found on a now please don't make the immediate assumption that that is what I'm suggesting because I don't know I don't have the aunts on this one I don't know whether the all rocks which can be found on a which can be programmed to have come from the moon but is a logical step to take that they could happen if you got a major media impact well they can get here from Mars and I'm going to assume they can get here from the moon wait it's a reasonable some areas yes if they get here from Mars which by the way is very kind of person a lot of people actually dispute that but if if you make the assumption they get here from Mars I can definitely get here from mon yep and meteor impact is going to toss them off and somehow it's gonna make it here it it it is certainly an interesting calculation to do well you know what power of impact has to hips models for a rope to be sent out into free all day that's right and for to then land opponent character corona family we're talking stretch of the imagination yeah but if these rocks have been examined and if the results are relatively inconclusive and the only report I have seen on any of the rocks which indicate this it might possibly have originated from another country body is the research which respond to indicate that the rock examined had never ever been in contact with more so now we know water is the most common thing around on F. and everything's gets in contact with water zero life raft and that is the only example put forward a this rock has never had any water in contact with it otherwise they could not tell that rock from it would be the same as as a as a rock then you go back to I always wondered I always wondered about that Marcus and and that's the the only difference they could find it's the only one I've ever been able to identify Ole Ole read about which indicates that maybe they came from another planet but there are so many of the act areas around which indicates that we can find things on this planet and billions of years old appearance in Greenland of billions of years old yes and they're on the surface you can go and half or more for the little archaeological trials and journalism X. without so if you also assume that the origin of the moon and the origin of the F. came from the same gas clouds which is one of the suggestions put forward to the origin of these planets well they would be formed from the same material and it wouldn't be any difference my sales if it's not ready on string the point that father rocks from the moon vastly different and all the rocks that have been examined actually from another planet for body are you the minute it is it's in dispute is not one hundred percent which which is one of the reasons I say I don't think the rocks prove it because what has to take into account one other factor the Russians will my we're trying to get to the moon and they did with unmanned Croft correct around the time of the public right those on my end Croft had little gadgets on them well into the lunar surface and bring back in fact the samples of three hundred grams yep Regulus which is the sort of surface material on the main they returned three hundred grams all material from the move so one can say with a degree of a circle K. that material from the moon has been returned to the F. so what has examined us a list of the scientific establishments received only a few grams of material do you know if the samples the Russians submitted for study exhibited roughly the same characteristics as that which we claim we brought back from the moon well it's a matter of knowing whether the samples examined on different reactions at that I don't know it's just that there is a degree of confusion surrounding these rocks everybody quotes the rocks is as the definitive proof of the Apollo landing before you can about the rocks if you hadn't been that that's the obvious statement to make no because we also it on television we also of picking up the rocks we also the photographs and you're saying you could have gone the rocks without going to the moon well if you if you look at a rock exhibited in some August institute and is marked a moon rock who are you to question whether it is from the moon all from as I've heard somebody suggest Twin Falls Idaho I don't know oil I mean you're right I her we don't know it looks like a rock so we have to rely on NASA telling us the truth we have to rely on the scientists being given something which right now is from the moon to examine and it's not it was a little let's let's back up on this whole thing for a second and let's let's put ourselves in the mindset of NASA and the American our government at that time and let's assume that what you're saying is correct and we never did put a man on the moon then that means that somewhere somehow on some Hollywood like stage fallout we faked all of this for the cameras right that's a reasonable assumption route but I don't know that that would almost have to be a conclusion if if if man could not go to the moon without dying or can get back with pictures or whatever all the evidence is that you claimed then then then certainly the pictures that we did see.

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"three hundred grams" Discussed on Open Campus Podcast

Open Campus Podcast

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred grams" Discussed on Open Campus Podcast

"Day to be doing this very bambi. Big old yawn. Okay you feel it. I just haven't had enough caffeine trying to wean myself off. We re occurring the actually three. Oh curry isn't it. Feel like we talked about about every week. Recurring my caffeine addiction. That's pretty bad this past week. There was one day where i had a nice cup of coffee. Like a medium latte from douglas. The fancy kathy. Yeah good stuff. And i had a bang which is three hundred grams. And then i have it also candidate pepper. Which i don't really drink pop a lot. So that was kinda weird who caffeine. So you overloaded he did. I'm trying to step back a little bit a found these monster teas so it's just like t- There's not that much there's like four five five milligrams of sugar. I think are five grams of sugar. What you now. As opposed to the forty-seven there are red. Bullard normal monster isn't too bad but there's only eighty milligrams of caffeine. So i'll probably have to another one today. Had one right but still. I think we're stepping backwards on the the caffeine. We're gonna call it progress. Give me a couple more days and then we can call it. It's an starts. Yep we're back at it back at it again. This is a little earlier in the day than we're normally used to doing this program. Yeah so if you sense something different is. You're probably creatures of habit it. You're probably listening to this broadcast a very specific time very specific situation. So if you noticed something different about us it could be the fact either. Better worse right right. Yeah it's better. let us know and we'll try to do this earlier in the day. But if it's worse we'll have to go back to our regular timeslot shooting quite awake yet. Yeah you'll get there. You'll yeah you look like a million bucks beanie and my cut my pants. I'm living my best life on saturdays. Weekends are good for that..

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Bleeding Linked To 'Spice' In 4 Maryland Cases: Health Officials

Derek Hunter

02:04 min | 4 years ago

Bleeding Linked To 'Spice' In 4 Maryland Cases: Health Officials

"One zero two good afternoon i'm bill vanco synthetic drugs are very much in the news around baltimore this afternoon on a couple of fronts state's attorney marilyn mostly this morning announcing that joint federal and state investigation has resulted in the arrest of eleven people in the seizure of three hundred grams of fenton nil the synthetic opioids that's led to hundreds of overdose cases around maryland in recent months deputy police commissioner gary toggle says those arrests represent a partnership between prosecutors and police from many local agencies sort of send a message particularly to those at think that they can deal drugs street commit heinous acts of violence they get away with it wheat will work backwards toward you and then there's the synthetic pot that's causing trouble for poison control officials in maryland they say two more people were treated over the weekend for severe bleeding after they used a form of synthetic marijuana that was the third case this month earlier somebody who who'd use the drug began bleeding uncontrollably now officials at the maryland poison center are warning people against using synthetic marijuana especially after three pupil in chicago died from using it in chicago the drug turned out to be laced with rat poison it's unclear if the same thing is in effect here in rundle county today looks like one of those farmers insurance tv commercials in the making a huge tree that fell over this morning into sliced into a house like a butter knife it happened on herald harvard road in crowns ville firecrackers got here they found that the trae had literally sliced the house like slice a loaf of bread now peachy is on the same they have cut some power to the because the trade is still resting on power lines held at the time there were adults inside the house but the neighbors are taking care of the animals in the process of notifying the owners of this house powered hopper roads going to be closed down for quite some time until they're able to remove this treat reporting live in eleven i've kept who are taylor kempton roy is lying but we warned if you were supposed to fly out of bwi today the flight schedule they're likely to be impacted by lousy weather throughout the northeast and across much of the united states today most of the major airports in new york and boston reporting delays this afternoon and.

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