20 Episode results for "Tritium"
New exhibition presents climate solutions
"Aw which brings us to a new exhibition. Just launched at the australian museum in sydney ten major ways. Climate can be tackled right now. Museum director kim mckay at the launch. And now i'd like to introduce dr jenny. Newly australian museums manager of climate change projects and curator of the news spock exhibition which officially opens tonight. Jenny works on the cultural dimensions of climate. Change she has worked in museums in. Canberra london and new york and here at the australian museum. She finds ways to better engage broader audiences in climate change. Please join me in welcoming dr jenny new welcome. Thank you and thank you. Everyone how wonderful to see so many people here obviously people who share a commitment to tackling climate. Change like you. I'm committed to addressing this greatest of challenges. I'm fortunate to be working here in a museum that has decided that dancing action on climate. Change and sustainability is a key priority. I'm working with others to develop a climate solution center. Drawing together people from many fields to increase public understanding and engage disengaged and you exhibition spark shows the exciting ways. People working together across australia to advance climate solutions. Four out of five. Australians concerned about climate change but few of us have the confidence or drive to talk about it knowing about the solutions gives an easy and positive way into a conversation. Sorry spark is full of good news. Stories about the teams creating the technologies and approaches to better looking after each other and our land air water and all living things and you can see how rich the range of solutions are when i tell you that we have loved working with the five six alliance indigenous corporation. The makers of australia's first domestic hydrogen battery lovo the amazing algae researchers ups and world leading innovators at university of new south wales. Csiro exit on science diffuse energy tritium charges and ace electric vehicles. It has been wonderful working with professors joie and her tame taking recycling to the next level. Plus wagner's who make earth friendly concrete as well as regenerative fami- from young and struggling museum scientists conservation volunteers and climate action groups. I know kim is especially fond of safe forest. They're the people who were stopping. Cows from burping out methane and the cow at the back of the exhibition was kim's idea. And of course. Thanks very much to dennis. Savic thanks to him. We have that sexy. Australian electric motorbike the beginning of exhibition the design team. And i hope to not just inform but to inspire visitors to join in and support climate solutions. There are ideas flagged throughout the exhibition and online. And we have a competition asking people to submit their own ideas for tackling climate change. So do explore. Spock and then please go ahead talk about it. Thank you look to jimmy new museum and when it's fully opened again worth looking at that new exhibition. Tim flannery with more on that next week.
Williams and Italdesign Tout Luxury EV Platform | 01 May 2021
"Coming up on show one zero six nine. We look brand new collaboration between williams and detailed design getting luxury to market really quickly stick around. We'll tell you more also on your saturday weekend edition of the podcast day. At gigafactory the world might actually not be enough if we think the amounts of vs going to hit the roads Predicted is going to be true. Also took recycling of batteries and an ultimate trick toyota. Well it's not as it seems. Stick around we'll give you details on that good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you are in the world. Welcome daily saturday first of may first of the month. Hopefully you're came martin lee. I've been through every story so you don't have to a An addition that's audio today over the last five days i've been playing around with Doing a video version of the podcast is a different version. I try to of november december. Last year before i had his i accident and Back through the routine often the through things to be honest with you. So i started last year but i didn't really find a groove of rhythm a product. I was happy with. And i'd love to know from you if you've seen the youtube version of this yet whether you like what i'm doing this time comet full five months to To get round to again. But anyway on monday to friday edition invasion on youtube for those the like to have a liquor some pictures as well. That's the plan but it's well please let me know as always you know how to get hold of me email address. Hallo at evening news. Daily dot com i into the news. Then you'll bonus saturday show this weekend wa wa famous name in terms of mobile devices. Chinese tech giant wa wa technologies has the s f five electric. Suv developed that done in partnership with automotive brands. sarah's which will be sold and marketed by wa wa through its flagship. Stores across china says the driven the s s f five apologies boasts to electric motors. All wheel drive five hundred and forty-three holes palette. It's very impressive nor to sixty two miles them out. North one hundred kilometers now in four point six eight seconds again really impressive. All electric range of one hundred eighty kilometers. That doesn't make any sense because they say it will do that in pure electric mode and by now you might have out. I had to take a while to get to because there's pressure least doesn't explicitly say it. This is a range extender. They said that the range extended family topped up in the tangle to a thousand kilometers. It's a one point five liter four cylinder engine. Which is the rex. But we're worried about the battery bits. And so you got another name for the tech world many nights of the tech. Well i was gonna say inviting the ev weld. But the more the merrier. Bring it on another big chinese name in terms of tech Having a go at making an ebay this time a range extended evey next. How many giga factories will be enough. Well maybe eighty is not going to be enough. Yeah eight zero right. The global electric vehicle industry could face a problem of battery capacity in the future display despite plans for eighty new. Ev gig factories. A recent report by a b b lal the charging manufacturers and And various other things as well they say. The battery capacity problem in the future is on the way. Look we have a battery capacity problem now being downloading negative rights being released. That's what people say isn't it when the being Down in but i am being a realist. We have a massive sell supply issue today. We don't have enough of them in the world anyway. let's continue in conjunction with the automotive intelligence unit of ultima media. Highlights of the this survey and report say that we need more gigafactory to also pro battery production capacity along with mitigating supply and production constraints of this report also estimates the global capacity for lithium. Ion batteries will increase from this year's capacity. Five four hundred and fifty gigawatts hour is of global capacity of lithium batteries. That's the that's the number this year. Four hundred and fifty. It needs to go to two thousand eight hundred fifty by the end of the decade and is a massive increase. It doesn't seem that big a jump to me. How many as. I presume are going to be on the road. The high price of as also increasingly a barrier to further market penetration reducing vehicle. Cost is an industry-wide given the battery represents a third of the cost in some cases. I'll papa linked to that story if you want to read more lengthy article in the show notes next electric cars Heavily involved in the recycling industry. The bbc put not to out said what will happen to old the dead batteries now. I'm well aware that the people who write the stories whether the is websites newspapers not so much blogs because people tend to do their own thing but a lot of the time the people who write the story and not those that right the headlines and again in an internet world even the bbc which is funded by The the tax that we have here in the uk if you go to jail whether you watch listen to the bbc or not So we have to pay for a public service service broadcasting whether we like it or not they. Even they do click bait headlines likely swamp headline what will happen to all the dead trees panic run around like headless chickens. What are we gonna do. Let's look at the story. While electric vehicles they say may not emit carbon dioxide during their working lives. Pull anderson from the university of birmingham. The bbc he's concerned about what happens when they run out of road in particular. The batteries bbc news says that. Ab batteries a larger heavier than lows in regular cars made up of several hundred individual lithium ion cells all of which will need dismantling they contain hazardous materials and have inconvenient tendencies to explode. Recent proposals from the european union says the bbc would see av supplies responsible for making sure that their products are simply dumped at the end of that life and manufacturers starting to step up to the mark well okay. Let's correct this article. Then what happens to all the dead batteries. Lithium ion batteries. Don't go dead. At the end of navy. Life that capacity will be reduced to a varying degree. They don't they're not binary then just one morning. Oh i'm dead now. I don't work so that's not. How lithium ion chemistry works next thing. It says that Also automakers and cobbled is a starting to embrace recycling also. Not true they've been doing it forever. All major car companies will have a recycling policy in place. Trust me i've read the press releases for blooming years so it's a con- makeup has a new system in place to recycle the batteries of come to the end of their life. What none of them doing anything you know why the batteries a keeping ongoing the calls the metal giving up long before the batteries now. That's not to say that tesla having replaced their fair share of batteries over the years but still when navy battery is no longer able to pull whatever you need to pull out of battery hundred hundred and fifty two hundred and fifty kilowatts of power. You know it's being on performance of car consultant have a domestic cattle or heater. Pull three kilowatts from it. Storage is storing. Renewable energy x. Generation is another massively untapped markets and there are plenty of people who will buy your battery whether that is home storage with a commercial storage Whether it's a various products projects around the world but also. There is a big recycling industry. That's been going along long time and is very vibrant loss of newcomers in startups. J. struggle. The former right hand man of elon. Musk is partnering crime for many years. Left tesla to stop a recycling company and so an deals other things as well. So listen bbc. What will happen to all the dead batteries honestly not a problem but thank you for writing about it and scaring lots of people next. We'll talk about the tritium deal with the. Us army tritium make false charging technology for vs announcing they've been selected to be part of a power transfer cohorts with the us army. The program focuses on advancing solutions. That will support things like remote access rapid recharging and scalable infrastructure for the army. Tritium is not the only dc fast charging provider which was selected as part of the us army's program companies in the cohort will work directly with the team and in the army and also the ground vehicle systems sent to explore ev structure. It works with almost a quarter of a million army vehicles in the us in the most demanding of environments on the planet cohorts focuses will build about solving specific problems. There is a sixteen year modernisation structures young on with the us army right now and they would all work together Four contracts to power the future vehicles in the brilliant. I love the fact that such a massive fleet like the. Us army is thinking about deep thinking about s- electrification in every area that they operate next. Toyota is rolling out an old electric van. But he's not as it seems to to started the launch pro. Ace electric verse electric vans here in europe. Jevon pricey starts at forty two thousand euros for the price electric and fifty eight thousand euros for the products. Vesa electrically smaller van The price city follows in. October says electric. So you might think hey you give her a hard time but they're making a photoelectric van. Here in fact three of them give them a break well. It's not an all electric toyota. It's is the tertre vans the commercial vehicles from lantis which was show citra and fear chrysler etc so the minibus is otherwise known as the situation and pirjo and opel minibus the probably electric is the commercial version of the opel. Vivar a the price of us. Electric is the passenger comical. Like the opel zafira e. the technical data is a cost. Exactly the same because it's the same vehicle with a toyota badge on the front. Otherwise good specs. Hundred kilowatt motor hundred kilowatt charging seventy five kilowatt battery. Pack a three hundred and thirty kilometers. Wwl teepee range all good but not haven't made an av They've written someone a check and send them some badges to stick on the fronts. Knicks another chinese. Name to remember g do auto j. I d you. Gd also is the chinese such engine. By do's new carmaking And they're investing about seven and a half billion. Us dollars over five years recruiting three thousand employees over the next three years. According to that chief executive according to yuchai global website gdp also is likely to showcase his first vague at beijing. Next year i'm will unveil a new model every year off the that. The firms already built a core team of one hundred people working on this. And it's another chinese company bringing avista market another name to remember. Go very very deep pockets at by now. Look it's i'll be the first to say. Announcements achieve a press release takes ten minutes to write very different. You know doing the real thing as we say over and over again with the chinese industry. They're pretty good at delivering actually next neo while we're talking about companies like that Disclosing their strategy for coming to europe. The company perk casting a news conference may the sick less than a week away. Expecting it to reveal details of the global expansion. According to incite as the chinese carmaker has revealed that it wanted to be in all major markets by the middle of the decade apart from china that means europe and the us starting in norway. We find out on the sixth nieto's plan and finally headline stories that i williams and a towel designed to famous names actually In the world of Carlson designing 'cause they have launched a luxury. Ev platform aimed at premium brands. That wanna make long range high performance ebay kind of things that cost more than one hundred thousand euros. At a time says automotive news europe the two famous companies say the platform they called it e x would enable any company to come along who wants to build a luxury evey and bring the konta market in less than three years not months. That's incredible so much shorter than traditional development timings of a combustion at least a year if not more williams supplying the chassis the rolling bits. It's all design contributing to body design safety systems electric architect joe and these the kind of runs of maybe five hundred cars for customers. Boutique cars nicknames. Names high end that kind of thing but if you want to make that key if your vision you make that kind of calm but where do you start. Well williamstown design another option for you. I love stuff like this because it you know. These things are roadmaps. These things have long lead times so this isn't a navy coming out tomorrow but it does mean the future is looking damn bright. I love it next question of the week. With -bility noy dot com. What's the most effective consumer education regarding. Tell me your thoughts Hollow at news dot com. Wealth can Patriot patriotic the podcast. Pat dot com. Slash av news daily and if you want to thank. Our premium is low with me You can't feel electric feature. 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The Mystery of Holy Thursday a special conversation with Deacon James Keating Ph.D. and Kris McGregor Podcast
"Discerning Hearts Dot Com now presents holy Thursday Twenty Twenty with Deacon James Keating. This is a special audio version of skype conversation that was healthy. Can Keating can be viewed as a video either on discerning hearts dot com or on the discerning hearts YouTube channel? Taking Keating is the Director of theological formation for the institute for Priestly Formation Located at Creighton University in Omaha Nebraska. He's the author of numerous spiritual. Books is a highly regarded retreat leader having conducted over four hundred group spiritual retreats. He is also a feature contributor to discerning hearts. We now present the mystery of Holy Thursday. Twenty twenty with Deacon James Skating. I'm your host. Chris McGregor Taking Keating. Thank you again for joining us. Thank you we are about to enter. Into the holiest of times in the church the great tritium and the first liturgy that's experienced because actually it's one long celebration isn't it? Covers the expanse of the days leading up to Easter correct. Yes we break it up so our minds can actually appreciate the depth of Mr. But yes it's one one event the event and it begins with the celebration in the evening holy Thursday of the the great commemoration of the Lord's Supper in washing the feet this year. It's going to be very different I don't I- social distancing that really doesn't allow for washing the feet as it though this year will be present now but it is a. It's such a beautiful celebration. Also commemorates the institution of really the priesthood. Dozen restored service says little. There's a little hint of the accurate in their You he asks the apostles to do the foot washing in memory of him or do you know do as I do just very like an echo of the words of the institution of the Eucharist. Do this memory of me. So those two actions on holy Thursday do this for the washing the feet and do this for This is my body. This is my blood. So like the fullness of holy orders is there and we celebrate that because without obviously without holy orders there's no power of salvation that's unleashed in the Sacramento economy and we would just be of void or would be devoid of his presence and his power through the things of the earth nuts. The beauty of the sacraments we get both the presence and the power of Jesus through the things of your that's what makes the Sacramento accessible the human body and the priest oil water line read so simple so humble so accessible again the meditation of God's great for us that he is. I is generously available through the things of the earth. And that's what makes Sacramento System. So mind bogglingly on joyful is is that when we really are in Sacramento Imagination as Catholics are joy deepens because we realize i. Gosh we are so loved. It's not like you said you have to go up this mountain and find me. I'll come to you as bread in all. Come to you in oil and I'll come to you. My power will come to you through the waving of a hand blessing. I will do all that for you. And you just have to show up at the corner of Maple and fifth straight your parish church. I'll be there. Your these things of the Earth is very bird. Hublin powerfully beautiful to think about how close he wants to be with us in how accessible to us through the sacraments. And that's why so. Many people are boarding these days in the midst of the corona virus because even that is unattainable the most ordinary accessible elements of the earth. Where Jesus wants to give us his power his presence Accessible these days because of the the sorrow that we're in we really you know. I don't WanNa be so Glib and say well. We took it for granted and now it's been taken away from us is though you're in time out. I don't I can't believe that is that simple. There's there's a great mystery here isn't there. Yeah it's never causing effect that way. I don't think we've God people you know. Simplicity in our our inability to to stay with mystery. We always wanted to cause and effect and then we always project onto God. You know like like you just said which is very common got mad at us. We should have paid. More attention. Should be paid more attention to these sacraments now. We lost them. Say That's infantile it's deeper it's broader. It's more complex than that. Because citizens involved sin Limit our own mortality is involved. What we're dealing with something. As large as pandemic we are in the very mystery of fallen human nature. So it's not a matter of Oh you were ungrateful now taking this away but in our need for consolation deeply in a need to understand. We simplify these mysteries because to live in. That sometimes gives us Vertigo as we said the other day if we simply attached to this passing age and not attached to holy communion. It gives us Vertigo to think. It's gotta be reason for this so I can't live without a reason and so maybe the reason is I should have been more grateful and God took them away. Kate a little better divvy some sense of order that I don't think that's true. It's true that we live in mystery. All the time in the Vale has been hold aside now and we're feeling even more readily more deeply because we just have to go forward in faith and all these great mysteries especially the mystery of our fallen. Human Nature is coming to the fore during this holy week which should really make our worship even at our dining room tables watching Pope Francis on. Tv make that worship even more deep. Because we're right in the midst of it right in the midst of touching experiencing knowing that this world is not sufficient in its own way it needs to be connected to to God the supernatural. There's something broken house. Then we have to bring that broken to him. Through the sacraments. There was a time. I think that Saint Thomas Aquinas even argued that the feet washing might be considered an eight sacrament. I think I've heard that before Coin Scholars might quibble with that a little bit. Maybe that's too simplistic but there is That was an action of Christ. That washing of feet. What have you reflected on in that particular Russian the mass throughout the years? That you've been a part of that particularly as a deacon will the hinted the as I said before the hint of the Akkad. It is in their Cardinal Kasper explicitly said it was the initiation rocket. Nobody really followed him on that. There is some speculation about that. Nobody contradicted him really either but he said that he wrote about it. And then there's larger meditations on the Church has jacket from that moment. So the whole church is a diagonal church from that moment and so there could be a- a Sacramento in there but it's already the one Sacramento Polio Letters. It's already the Sacramento Baptism. So wouldn't be an eighth sacrament necessarily but there would be sacramental in that action of Jesus Way I would look at it. Is The foot washing? Actually the fruit of the reception of Holy Communion that as we participate more deeply in the Eucharist. We are then invited by Christ ing soul alive in us to be more like him into become like his actions of charity and so the foot washing scene is the effect of the mass rather than a new Sacramento. I would say yeah it. It's such a key moment that we we don't see that in the other gospels. We see in John John. The one that brings us that. Why do you suppose that the great content positive is the one that chronicles that particular moment because probably contemplation lead you to the beauty of contemplation beholding? The beauty of Christ as mystery leads the contemporary to no more than most people that contemplation is never an end in itself. Contemplation is always the footing of the foundation of the security. That then pushes you out or navels you to move into the action of charity. So wouldn't surprise me that it could template would reflect on action because a contemporary of has appeared very deeply into the very beauty and the mystery of the identity of Christ and he knows that the identity crisis not static near density of Christ is a mission enough foot. Washing scene is the mission of the whole church in Stanford. Perhaps Deanna Kennel. Pau figure of the ordained Deacon but it's the mission of the Church to be missionary and contemporary would see ever clearly because they are so honored with the person of Christ themselves. This really is a template of time. Isn't it I mean everybody has had to just stop. The routines have been upended. You're forced to stay in or change your patterns and it's much quieter. I mean the WHO. Though the city the setting the environment has been altered and a lot of people are sitting wondering why or what are how and those are contemporary of movements. Are they in a way? Definitely even the quiet of culture at this point you know the one activity that most Americans enjoy now is walking and when you go outside like in my neighbourhood. I had no idea had so many babies in our neighborhood because there are tons of strollers being walked by couples now at every day. They're out with their children or as couples playing with their kids in her lawn reading stories to the mountainside. So there's a lot of quiet going on a quiet. A reappropriation of the very meaning of their lives coaches in this case the sacrament of marriage. So it's a it's a good template of time in the sense that we are brought down to the foundations brought down to the very core of who we are and we are. We are seeing that relationships really are what keeps. Us alive and helps us. To thrive and These distractions that we have been known for the last thirty years in our culture. All the distractions. You know the Sports Distraction the distraction entertainment. All the theaters are closed. All plays are done. All the restaurants are close. These distractions are disabled. And people are now enabling the foundational part of their lives and this foundational part of their lives has always been as close to them. As the road graph. They've just been so distracted. No it so now. You see mothers being motherly in public and fathers being fatherly men being husband million women being wifely in public as they're walking playing talking in the neighborhood it's quite beautiful to see and becomes an object of contemplation for ourselves to wonder whether or not such parts of simple living can remain when the economic complexity roars back after the viruses gone can can. We preserve any of what we're discovering now. Yeah that's the. That's the thing about this. I mean a lot of times. We feeling moved her. Crescendo. Because it's Easter you know. Feel like removing spiritually to this crescendo but this period is not stopping. This moment you know is actually. We have at least several more weeks. All this type of activity in our lives of non-activity actually and it is almost it. It's an opportunity. Isn't it that as we enter into it? That I am thinking of people that would have been brought into the church through baptism. is our into full communion at rights at Easter that there's a period called Mr Garcia. That is most to be. Okay you've done all the catechism you've done all the study of listened all the PODCASTS. You're done everything and now it's time to allow grace to move in. And what will you experience? What what will he say to you? The different you read scriptures different. You do everything just a little different. Because now grace's poignant you suppose that's an opportunity for us to as we live through this tritium that after this you know. Even the walks with the ear buds in the ears with this. This bullet your boats come out. I like I like that point very much. about we're looking forward to something and you may be looking forward to something to end. And it's not going to end you know whether it's a the demarcation of east orange demarcation of the end of April but because what that unveils again is the fact that we were still not living in the present and we're still not enjoying deeply enough. Our families the quiet opportunities for prayer maybe even contempt with reading Everyone's playing games now in their home again of games in groups not games online by themselves or electronically. So that present moment. Sometimes we haven't really tasted deep enough because we're still saying this is going to end soon and we're already looking toward this mythical end of when this isolation will be over and we may be missing the greatest gift that God is pulling out of this evil which is to pay attention to the present moment. Pay attention deeply to the people around. You enjoy them. Enjoy them in such simplicity. That a new simplicity will enter you so to some extent if we can begin to practice not looking forward to the end of this corona virus and going deep into the moments of simplicity that we are forced to live in now some of the fruit of that they last once we are back to quote. Unquote normal. Yeah I think that's something that we really have to kind of ponder and all that I mean 'cause this is a gift it just as the the the gathering of all of those apostles together on that holy Thursday night over that last supper. That was a real gift that he was giving them. Maybe they didn't have. They couldn't even conceive really of what was going to come next just hours away so much so that they all sleep book. You know the anticipation of what might have might occur her but that was a real. It's like were being given that opportunity of a holy Thursday. Our homes families who were always is a sissy human nature of. It's hard to say we always say you. Don't try to live in the present moment but that's a real grace to live in the present moment and to live in the present moment as grace something we need to be asking for now. It may not be easily attained or is Lee appropriated but we will miss something very vital. If we're not going deep in we're just going towards fantasy to the future endangering that win this will be over and even emotionally anticipating it Thinking that I'm happy now because I'm thinking this will end for this will last forever. And meanwhile a lot of goods are present where you should be going deep into the relationships of the home even into the relationship somewhat of suffering but not to utilize suffering but to just realize that even in suffering there is a presence of merging from him because obviously he's dwelling within us in so we never utilized suffering but within suffering itself if we can pay attention to it we may Linger there long enough to allow his presence to come whether it's a suffering of the end of our daily routine which were all suffering now whether horrific suffering of sickness itself which is so sacred that only the six should really talk about it but we have testimony from the saints that in the midst of sickness sometimes they sense his presence emerging as they pay attention to their own limit infinitude in weakness and he comes from within to minister to them so the whole theme of are you living in the present moment is truly contemporary of gift that perhaps God is giving all of us now and we don't want to miss the hour of our visitation again that great culmination of this moment she says do this in remembrance of me I mean I hear you saying it's like everything we do should be in remembrance of him away he is always is in all these things and in no way and my diminishing the importance of the Eucharist. I'm not trying to say that other It's more of an and both is not an either or somehow if I I say that they the presence of him in my husband is you know in in in our marriage and our children that's precious you know that needs to be referenced in cherish too doesn't it. Yes not a diminishment of the Eucharist but we find ourselves in the absence of the Eucharist. So we are We are wondering about new grist and we're also saying hey. I wonder if that other aspect of our faith. We can touch now. That other aspect of our faith is the continual in dwelling of the Holy Spirit. So yes he's fully President Eucharist. But he's also within us as Holy Spirit and this time of our life. We are trying to maybe cultivate sensitivity to that form of his presence to end while the firm in the numerous also affirming this fullness of presence and this is what the. Eucharist has done for us to some extent hubris. Prepared us for this time because the Eucharist is all pervasive in our imaginations. It makes us think a different way of thinking. Imagine a different way of life before really receiving Jesus then will really becoming Jesus and as we are becoming Jesus than we take on a new mind. New immagination and the end product of Eucharist is the washing the feet which means you are becoming a person that you weren't before because even the symbol of the foot washing scandalous to the apostles because someone of Jesus stature should not do that only of personnel. A certain stature should do that a servant but we're all becoming these servants through the Eucharist and so our old our minds are being changed by the agrees. We're becoming more sensitive to his unwilling. We're becoming more sensitive was voice which says go serve. Go into the thing that may be you resist some which is to forget the self and think of others. All of these are the effects of the Uber's even looking for him in the quiet of our heart in our corner share a room with having the churches closed is the effect of the Eucharist. Because the Eucharist is solidifying. The relationship that we have with the dwelling spirit. And so you're quiet. Prayer in your whole now is eucharistic as a fruit of all those you gris. You have received over your life now. That's something to ponder. Isn't it Because of conversation on holy Thursday and memorization and lot of the Lord's supper. Why would you have that person? Who's listening to you? Now as a deacon if you are up and at the elbow and they're all these multitudes listening to you what would you hope that they would walk away would say just obviously go to the Scriptures whether to John's Gospel or the other gospels than just sit quietly with the expressions of the last supper their revelation and just let each word drift into your heart? Were deeply. Whether it's you know the great gift do this memory of me? This is my body. This is my blood given to you whether it's the actual action in John's gospel of do these charitable acts just quietly appropriate the images in the words of Holy Thursday through the Scriptures. And Ask for the grace. Yes be more grateful for the aggressed me. More joyful in our celebration of it and be more vocal in our sharing that it exists on this planet another words missionaries and make sure that we gently invite others to come and see and experience the power in the presence of Jesus through the things of the earth because that was his will be so close to us so that we knew we were left orphans by God and so if you really believe in holy Thursday then we will really gently emphatically invite others into this beauty as well. Thank you so much taking Keating thank you. 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Good Friday - Humility to death
"Catholic musings Haslett league. Welcome to Catholic musings for Good Friday. Four times in the logistical year to the faithful Neil within the liturgy as an expression within that liturgy. Aside that is from the regular kneeling such as after the Sanctis in the eucharistic prayer. Of those four times the first two are in the creed. The Christmas masses and in the celebration of the Annunciation. They are both there for the lowering of our bodies when we speak of the incarnation itself. The humbling of God to such an extent that he would be born as one of us and live amongst us. As God humbled himself to descend so to at that point in the creed. Do we therefore humble ourselves and Neil? The third and fourth times in the liturgical year. When we kneel turgid cly is for passion Sunday and Good Friday today during the reading of the passion when we are told of Jesus giving up his spirit. Once again, we kneel. Compared to when we do so at Christmas, and the Annunciation this kneeling is, of course, something to do with stopping and pausing as we commemorate that moment of the death of our Lord. But perhaps it also does link into that kneeling at Christmas and the Annunciation as well. There is something which unites each one of these four liturgical kneeling of the faithful. For on. Good friday. Like passion Sunday we enter into that extra ordinary. Humbling of our Lord the same Lord who humbled himself to be born of a virgin is the Lord who gives himself over to his creation mankind. Allowing them to dictate his future and put him to death. How more humbling can one get. Yes. Through the gospels. We see many instances of our Lord humbling himself such as kneeling at the feet of his disciples to wash them, but to have so much humility for the Senlis one to subject himself to a broken and corrupt legal system, which would place on him. The sentence of death is beyond our human, comprehension. The first reading for Good Friday from Isaiah says this we thought of him as someone punished struck by God and brought low for our fought struck down in death. It is a reading which also speaks often about being crushed and burdened that whole imagery of being weighed down. On this. Good Friday as we kneel and polls recalling his death. Let us remember that. As we kneel we recall that in giving himself up to death. He continued that action of humility we see in the Annunciation. And at Christmas that humility which we see in the incarnation. The fact that he humbled himself to be born of a virgin, but did not stop there. He continued to humble himself to the very sentence and the carrying out of death. But hidden in all of this is the glorious sentence in the acclimation. We have on Good Friday before the passion reading. Christ became 'obedient for us even to death dying on the cross. Therefore. God raised him on high. And gave him a name above all other names. Thank you for joining me, Jude. Save your own this most sacred of all days. In this. Holy tritium these three holy days. You may like to make use of our stations of the cross podcast rather than praying it alone. I invite you to pray the stations with me head to our website at Catholic musings dot org and click on the link for the stations of the cross you can also find there are podcasts of the rosary. A few particularly wish to pray the sorrowful mysteries of the rosary with me. The website. I mentioned with this weekly Sunday meditation as well as the rosary and stations of the cross podcasts is and will always be free. But it does cost us to produce in keep going if you would like to support our witness, you can also find a button on the homepage of the website to our patriot link where for as little as a dollar, you can support the work and witness all of. Catholic musings.
Episode 68- Your Brain on Podcasts (Part Two)
"The brain is constantly processing all of our senses together and when those sunsets. Don't line up when there's any kind of discrepancy between our visual and auditory input. The brain really doesn't like that. And i mean ultimately ads have actors who are acting and at times their facial expressions or what they're doing might not sync up perfectly to what they're saying 'cause again it's acting but when there's not that second sense kind of as that that shack on that experience and it really is just the script in an audio out in an audio environment. It feels much more realistic. Because you're not having that clash of processing between those two inputs. Welcome to the marketing podcast. Welcome back to part. Two of my interview with our fell. Bussan and mike solti of mine shares neuro lab. Today we jump into the conversation talking about memory versus emotional intensity changing messaging based off the audio environment the speed in which different emotions affect us and building. Trust in a brand messaging with vocal intention. I would be curious to see a study of people processing podcasts. Through far field speakers like through smart speakers and things like that where there is distraction around them rather than having the headphones on because with the tv. There's obviously distractions when you're there because you're not plugged in It would be interesting to see if the the The rate of memory and recall in connection where the same or if The numbers were different. Yeah i i. I would love to do a home assistant based study especially because if you just start thinking of the activities done in conjunction to listen a lot of that is going to be kind of like repeated motor skills like cookie right and when you start to have those associations you're actually helping memory processing mcglade people fidget. It's why people do like that when they're trying to learn information so it's quite likely that there's a different kind of way in for attentional and memory advantage when folks are doing something like motor skill wall. They are listening. I think that would be a fantastic study to explore. Let's talk about memory versus intensity. 'cause you're study showed that the pre roll. Ads had the higher memory. Recognition but mid rule has higher emotional intensity. How should people use this information when crafting their campaigns which is more important to the brain. Would you would you think yeah. That's a great question and it. It really gets the heart of the facts by podcast. Advertise wins in an audio advertisements in general allow for so much intentional. Strategy linking up purpose of an ad with the exact environment neurologically. That's gonna speak to that. Purpose need so for example if Where brand that's running a brand building campaign and it's it's quite emotional and we really want people to create our brand more with you know trust and safety That's going to be fantastic. Use of a mineral advertisement early to be picking up on a kind of a host halo effect. How much people emotionally engaged with you know. The hosts of the shows and content itself not to transfer over nicely to That mid rule advertisement but on the other hand. If you are running a campaign that is much more about you know faxon figures or a new watch release something. That is new information where we're going to need that. Attentional event that memory encoding advantage. That's going to be a really good use case for a pre so all of that is kind of an interesting way to start thinking of how audio serve many different purposes. I think for a long time Folks were were a little wary of the audience. Face thinking you know. What is the purpose of this medium. Exactly in how. Should i think about it for my brand. I can't you know maybe track it. Hollywood track other campaigns in. And that's not true anymore. They're so many ways to track and monitor the effectiveness of audio. And i think studies like this. Just help us understand how to personalise that experience so much more based off of the the the role of of the campaign that a brand is right in. And i know that this wasn't part of the study but I'm wondering i don't know if you guys have done any of this research but advertising. I know it's not mid role in pre roll but have have been studies Documenting tv and like where the emotional. The memory hits for an ad on television. 'cause we're kind of going with this as i'm guessing it's different and So i feel like with a podcast advertisement I would imagine you guys would promote that you might want to retailer your advertisement not just use the same thing for tv as you would for podcasting Any thoughts on that. We encourage Kind of media environment endemic solutions when it comes to advertising are not taking the same message in boston depress. A we definitely see the most success from a Audio ad creative testing perspective which we do a lot of in your lab when we found that you know that unit was made especially for the audio environment And even more so when it's made especially for a specific purpose that the audio environment is is really successful and so when it's leaning into safety entrust messaging when it's leaning into more kind of emotion based messaging apps for example. We found that a love kind of ads in love stories. Do really well in the audience face so when there is that kind of intention behind thinking of the platform we definitely see increase in long term memory. Encoding increase in emotional engagement and Also increased in a subconscious associations that the brand itself. We measure that korean post exposure. And we find that. These ads are really successful at fundamentally. Changing how people think about a brand at a subconscious level so absolutely when they are intentionally crafted for the environment and are acknowledging the strengths of the environment. That's when we're gonna see at the most success keeping in mind. The environment of the situation the platform the environment everything. I feel like marketing and advertising. In thirty years ago was very much more. Just kind of throw and see what takes you know I find it really fascinating that we have so many different ways now to Document and inform ourselves of how a consumer processes things like just going into the neural lab. Itself is just fascinating to me. Yeah we we absolutely think that it's a new way of looking at effectiveness in has also kinda come right at the the summit of everyone being obsessed with performance based marketing in and Being able to track everything and think the neural lab kind of offers this nice setback from that to say yes. We can track view rates and all of these metrics that at a fundamental level however consumers thinking about an app crossing our brand. What are the emotions out there associated with it. And how can we think about places in media where we can engage with them in truly meaningful as uh through emotion and memory so we get the new way of looking at at at the industry at large. But there's something about it. That just feels undeniably simpliciter guessing time. I think that's kind of the the beauty of of neurosciences while it may seem a little odd to be using it to investigate media. We're really just in the business of talking to people at the end of the day and a lot of that has to do with things like emotional connection and drivers so really excited to be able to to keep doing this research on. I think we've been learning a lot just about You know the human experience general. We make the joke all the time in the lab. Now when relating to audio. And we're having these really strong emotional reactions are like oh it's just information processing going on again this so it's been it's been a fun way to look at the industry. You're both passionate about your work. Is there anything coming up that coming down the way or that. You're working on in the neuro allowed. That's really exciting. That you can tell us about. I think that more and more. We've had clients at be really excited about the role that very intentional emotions can play. And the fact that their their brand should kind of occupy a couple of key emotions at the core of their ethos. And so we've been working on a work stream with a couple of our clients Planning for emotion where we take a really big step back from the campaign level way of looking at things and say as a brand what are our emotions and then investigating different places in media where these emotions are most effectively. Communicated anything related to that. We've been doing a lot of academic work around emotion in general so what emotion best crimes and other emotion which can sound a little funny but when thinking of emotional territories in media we don't wanna just surrounding the exact same emotion. We also wanna to be finding places where people are going to be in need of that emotional experience and really encoded in a powerful way so we did a very interesting study. all around Priming joy is a company that we we work with and they wanted to be kind of this beacon of joy. We looked at three environments. We looked at joy priming joy. We looked at sadness priming joy and then we looked at fear priming joy and we looked at the exact same ad for that brand in each of those environments and after joy reuse stimuli of babies laughing and golden retriever puppies riding around and show them that had from the brand versus sadness. We made folks quite we had them. Watch the to up just like okay. Saddest cinematic and then show them the same add another group and then the third cohort came in and we scared that we had them watch horror movie clubs and then we show them the same ad we then measured the relative ability for that exact same ad shoe provoked joy in the brain as out of this three out of joy. Priming joy sadness prime enjoying fear priming joy. What do you think was effective. Oh gosh I don't know 'cause. I could see a lot of different outcomes from all of them. We we most people usually say sadness. And i think they're prime tritium ocean. Priming question is we're doing emotion priming there should be an opposite immersion And and that's quite true when you start someone low in balance and then gives them something really high in valence. You know that's what humans live right love. Those emotion changes coasters. The rollercoaster is exactly But but the issue is sadness is it's this incredibly slow emotion. We sing our sadness. We think about our sadness in a thirty second ad from a cg brand wasn't able to kind of overcome that riddle. We saw that they eventually did around. Fifteen seconds got outta that more. Negative valence nurse state on but it wasn't enough to to get not really bright joy experienced by the end but we found something really interesting. Fear fear is this incredibly fast emotion. We are very used to being scared. And then laughing it off right afterwards and because of that it started people. Quite negative valence for people overcame it in like less than a second. It was this incredible jump up into a really high joyce state. And there's a lot of things you can do from a media perspective for that you can buy different environments where you know feared like a horror movies partnerships with with different places in the horror movies space or even heavy around halloween and another time. So there's a lot of. I think rich thanking in the planning for emotion space in podcast and audio. Play a huge role in that. Because i'd say a lot of brands are very interested in in the emotions that you know the podcast environment in prime really successfully. I'm just thinking of nostalgia The the old radio shows they would have their sponsors. Sometimes they were part of the program. And you see that a little bit now but not a ton. And i'm just i'm wondering if we'll get past this pre and mid and post roll thing and it'll be a true partnership between This is more for like the narrative podcasts but a real partnership between brands and products. you know podcast product. It might be a really interesting thing. And i think it would. It would be very interesting but also very successful. yes i do. My husband and i were audio video. Production company and he's been preaching products not just product placement in in movies and film but like product integration. So as part of the story And it doesn't it hasn't caught on like we thought it would have by now. Yeah that's so interesting because we it's a it's a very clear thing that we've seen in neural data that if you know there's a can of soda behind someone in a shot at codes that experts but then if someone's physically touching it and consuming it and putting it back out and saying like i really. I really needed. That was so thirsty or somehow connecting to it. We see a much higher engagement. And i kind of assume that was just like a tried and true incited a book. Ation at this point. Met like if you're if you're authentically integrating a product or environment. People are going to more actively in code and remember. That experience will not even. Just that i think of wayne's world the pepsi in the pizza and the tylenol. I think it was. It was totally funny. But i remember that and it was hilarious and i don't know i wonder what i wonder. What their sales did. Right after wayne's world came out 'cause that's pretty popular. Oh i'm sure yeah i mean. We like the simplest things like we. We tested how his everyone shows apps in ads now and we've had a be tested Show the app. It has one response but then if you have hands that are physically like using attaching the app. It has huge up in emotion and memory. And mike have some interesting findings. Do about even like shooting being able to see someone using the foul on like over their shoulder really like that. It's kind of like including including them in the narrative it's very Versus if you if you're not able to scream. I think some of that in in some way comes back to trust. Because i feel like you know. In in some context we are You know questioning the legitimacy of the the actor. I'm an in the case of a tv ad In terms of like their interest or whether or not they're actually interacting with the app that that's being advertised on so. I think you can actually see the screen or see someone actually interacting with the app it sort of resolves that tension on that we have in in causes people to lean a little bit more very interesting and that that's an interesting mechanic that like one of the biggest points of audio and why it might be so emotionally engaging is the brain is constantly processing all of our senses together and when those sunsets. Don't line up when there is any kind of discrepancy between our visual auditory input. The brain really doesn't like that. And i mean ultimately ads have actors who are acting and at times their facial expressions are what they're doing might not sink perfectly to What they're saying because again it's acting but when there's not that second sense kind of as that that shock on that experience and it really is just the script in an audio outer in an audio environment. It feels much more realistic. Because you're not having that crash of processing between those two inputs and i can just overall. There's there's less room for error in a in a podcast tightly. Because of a i yet goes back to you. Know like watching of watching a video as opposed to reading a book Your if your mind has perceived the story one way and then the visual tells you different one that would confuse your brain because you've already kind of made up your mind about it so well. Thank you guys so much for being with me today if anyone wanted to get a hold of you. Is there any way that someone could contact you. Yeah so you can contact either of us at our first and last name. So i thought last at mindshare world dot com. And we're always happy to talk to folks about The neuro science of sound in audio. Excellent well thank you so much again for your time. Both of you. Thank you so much for having us. Thanks again to era. Fell and mike of mine shares neuro lap for joining us. 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NutriMedical Report Show Wednesday Sept 11th 2019 Hour Two Lowell Ponte, WILL AMERICA SOON FALL, LIKE ANCIENT ROME?, 911 Warning USA End, 911 Inside Job, SAD CIA Mossad Nukes,
"Be well. It's the Dr Phil Show presented by neutral medical dot com call eight eight eight six four zero one and welcome back and we how how old Bundy here of course it's nine eleven and your article is pretty prescient. kind of covers a lot of groundwork of you know where where does American going for example. We'll America's soon fall like ancient. Rome like you to go through your analysis. We're going to start looking into perspective of how this ties into things like the AETNA eighteen years ago today nine eleven and now ten years to the earlier by George Bush Senior George Bush's brother Marvin Bush was handling these security for the building which by the way was an it was a not done by Muslims but by an internal demolition contracts with Sanders special activities division of the CIA the US contract so-called pilots pretend that actually could fly these by jets at very very accurate speeches the side of the building without the idea of drones in the building d-actually homes devices tell out home but even simulation of a building like the World Trade Center they stimulate when they were building the original builder but the billing wouldn't fall it would only break down the outside you'd WanNa call a net of the building because inside inside support was from the inside core of the building so the World Trade Center more than forty five percent of the debris was not even three pilot fellow free fall speed speed. I have the US geological data which indicated isotopes like fifty five times higher level of tritium building six. I tried to do radiation talks. Ecology was Neutron Spectrometer because back on nuclear physics and chemistry at three and a half years ago the last lamp I've tried to Western world was Tokyo and the US State Department told eleven Tokyo. You're not even allowed to talk to Dr Diga. Let alone to the lab test. I've tried lives and Germany Britain. You're all play South Africa. All of them have turned me down over the last number for years. I did my presentation. I resented thesis in two thousand seven and Vancouver nine eleven conference so I was actually commercial building which was demolished as well with advanced high explosives including micro nukes. RDX Explosive Coordinator for Pineapples and the fact is that nine eleven was an inside job done by Muslims as much as people. WanNa have this Muslims global threat. The fact is that we don't deal with Islam correctly directly in therefore we we create a disaster we even founded al Qaeda and the chief agent was operating and setting up al Qaeda enough gas Tim Osman. It's been otherwise AKA Osama bin Laden who is also the senior engineer on the Saudi Arabian largest military base airbase outside the United States at a cost of fifty. I five billion the chief engineer was Osama bin. Laden people don't know that he had an engineering degree so things are pretty bizarre but even more bizarre and reality the aren't they they are indeed and from my point of view when you look at how the left in particular is trying to hurt people. The objective seems to be to move people into larger and larger cities threat. I mean if he if he had said to someone a few thousand years ago. We're going me to have one building and in theory. If that building is hit at the rate hour of the day it can kill ten thousand people but hitting one building they they would scratch their heads and say how in the world why in the world would you put ten thousand people into one place. Doesn't that make a tempting target for terrorist. Orissa especially by poison gas explosives. Whatever and of course it does. I mean at this moment in time when we see the potential until of little people handling very large weapons the rational thing today with the to create as much decent for us in this possible so that people blur working all across the country they have their own autonomous power supplies their own Atanas suit. I mean if terrorists had tried to hit America back back in its revolutionary era. It would have been quite a challenge because the average American live on a farm. He grew his own food. He had his own on wealth supplying his own water. He shot his own game. He was autonomous in weaponry. he was quite self sufficient at almost everything and as a result if terrorists tried to take down the society like that they would have to take them down almost one family at a time they they couldn't just hit a few key targets. They couldn't hit one city and destroy the entire thing my goodness. I remember back when I did think tank work one one of the working scenarios we studied where the Nest Scenarios The national entity survival scenarios the point being if he were to give Eh twenty five or thirty people who were even modestly trained as terrorists. I could shut down the city of Los Angeles for you. It would be as simple as pie. I mean that that city is so vulnerable so open to attack so easily shut down and you have in that city populous of people who have never known water not to be there may flush the toilet or when they turned on the tap tap to get a drink never slept a night without a night light on so they're still afraid of the dark never had more than four days supply of food in in their house at any one time and who knows. I don't know the neighbor who lives four doors away from them. All they know about him is he probably got a gun and and I mean a perfect picture of a destabilized society has to do is turn turn off the electricity which is easy as Pie Los Angeles four Major Water Akwa ducks and shut down the city a couple of ways in took power and this is not to give terrorists ideas just by the way yeah you can just basically along with shotguns to yeah you can do an MP from say Bulgaria the power grid we can just go along with shotgun to knock down a couple of distribution networks which sock guns just get out your trucking boom boom boom if you hit it with an emp from space. Let's say near space you only need something like fishing trainer miles off the coast and fire one hundred thousand thousand feet above the three she not Megaton Kelantan. EMP weapon and you wouldn't hear a pop and all of a sudden your cell phone wouldn't work the power to go down. Jeff transformers are blown coming back. They're done and we have ten thousand in America but there's only two hundred production for year and most productions now in China is don here in America so the Chinese want cells were tough locked now the human population. I have simulation wargames in relation documents from Australia Australia candidate in the United States over twenty years ago and they calculated out that was six months ninety percent of the population be dead from starvation he hydration diarrhea violence including even cannibalism and people's Ohno Dr Data. We've actually setup society to fail. We purposely set it up up and all you need is a coronal mass ejection this on which will ask for hours just a couple of seconds like me from a emp weaponry cyberattack and Society Eddie dies now if you hit a military base was a hypersonic cruise missile or a military site like leveling Virginia if you had a main site laker navy or Nuclear Navy's always in Norfolk Virginia and they moved it up by the way because it's not that storm during was gonna hit there but our society is purposely set up actually fail even if society's Communist Society Russia. They actually have underground. You know a bomb shelters for me. Em from nuclear nuclear followed an explosion and the line in Soviet Russia that you actually can't have more apartment without a bomb shelter. It's also the same thing that Switzerland you have to have a home bombshell rich white. Their homes are expensive but our society is not designed. We had our food supply for the nation up to the nineteen nineteen eighty s and then food supply was discontinued. I'm not sure which president was prison at the time but they discontinued it so it wouldn't have gruel to distribute people were starving to death for example something happened. That's the only went Pouf and all of a sudden all the crops worldwide or in great section of the world died just one hour a day one hour of ozone destruction career constance from one PM after twelve noon destruction all your crops fail all fields turn white and hasn't been fried with ozone relative out light from some space Jason Airspace and guess what you get masturbation because you and people are not even our distribution network so dependent on the Internet I mean I don't know how they just take stupid to new level doesn't it well and and the levels are very complex when you get into the for example all we did store vast amounts of food and we gave away vast amounts of food. I remember as a little kid going to factor who my father was a division head and they had entire a warehouses full to the roof with Greens like millet just being stored there. They'd store them for a few years then they take them out to sea and dump them fill them up again with point is look what happened if you're talking about the third world what are the most cruel vicious cynical things we did. In the Third World was we gave away food. We had all these programs like care in in which we would sail into the ports of Egypt and we would just give away all the food people wanted truckload or boatloads and boatloads of grain career for instance now. You might think that's a wonderfully humane thing to do right but of course what is giving away food do it immediately puts the farmers farmers in the country out of business because they can't compete with somebody giving away free food. They can't sell their food for enough to justify. That's why the work of growing it and so what you do is you leave. These countries utterly dependent on the next shipment of free. US FOOD SO in other words you're creating welfare dependence the same way that in California for example they have gathered one third of all the welfare recipients in the United States. What happens to them. They're incapable of work effectively. They're incapable of supporting themselves. What happens to them. If suddenly the welfare check isn't there on Monday or their welfare credit card impair on Monday then you have a society of a whole lot out of people who are just helpless greedy and believe they're entitled to whatever they want including the food that you may have stored in your house next store but one thing they know they're not going to work for it. They're not going to buy it. They don't have the means to spy it so they're just going to take whatever food they can from anyone they can and if you look at the average supermarket in say southern. California I'm just using that as an example. They have at most four day supply by normal purchase pattern. What happens happened. There was a moment which Johnny Carson was still doing the tonight. Show one night just for fun. He made a joke about how they were going to be a shortage of toilet paper in the country and as a result for the next four months there was a shortage because everyone ran to the store or bought all the toilet paper they could find took it home leaving leaving. No I mean toilet paper would get in and fifteen minutes later. All all be gone in the store waiting for the next shipment. Now imagine that happening to every kind of food in the store everything everything was gone in a matter of minute you would have as you say a relatively unstable society and I call them though so it was not about nine eleven nine eleven was in many ways consequential kind of society we have been building society of high dependence. Indi- of people who really are not doing anything that is directly related to survival right putting aside medical goods sort of foodstuffs things they might actually need it emergency. They just assume everything will always be there and so they go ahead and make some kind of junk for act as merchandisers for Chinese junk in the United States. Whatever but the point is they're not doing anything that really really advances the survival potential of the country? They're just creating a kind of artificial often financialised economy that has is a lot of juggle paperwork and so a lot of people getting a lot of dollars but what is the dollar worth if there's nothing there for it to buy and that's the kind of society Eddie perilously close to now therefore I was implicitly writing about that when I did he Monday or Sunday and Monday and Worldnet Cnet David Caldwell America soon fall like ancient Rome I notice analogies often been made. I brought it up because an old friend of Mine James Fellows who used to appease you me. Carter's chief speechwriter did a piece in the Atlantic monthly on how to the US beginning to fall the way ancient Rome did but don't worry the fall of Rome wasn't as bad as it used to be advertised. That's funny yeah. It was just a matter of people people who were centralized Rome itself deciding to move out of the country or to join little collective farm gatherings out in the country entreat that happened to be built around the castle and the Lord of the castle particularly worked their show on and law in a few hundred years. You had feudalism uh-huh not at simple project but it indicate where we may be headed. Do you have difficulty taking supplements. 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Eleven they were supposed to toxic doc sick materials from the demolition of the building as well as specis and heavy metals because everything was paramedic was exploded because it was primary demolished with Mike Renews hit anything paramedic including people concrete aluminum step down transformers and sold for cell phone towers and everything that actually learning turned to an atomic paper fifty thousands of a second people need to understand what happened to nine eleven as probably killed seventy five thousand people after nine eleven and and it's affecting a third of a million people were exposed to heavy metal and radio toxins and so that are permanently changing the past their health and the shortening of their life please continue because I think really America's being set up to fail isn't it again is from why all I have for my sources is that they want eventually America to surrender to a world government after let's say emp attack or somebody else and they WANNA make sure that America doesn't have a way of surviving whatever's Everest coming or if we survive at all we'll survive as Third World feudal society right which is Third World now is which the average American will make about as much money as the average peasant in India or Africa right. I don't think people understand what's going on today. and they don't understand that. Donald Trump was basically. I think you know just thinking Darius of Persia. It was on half shackled. Now that I think is called. Don't take this fully aware of everything in fact I don't think he's aware of weather modification prevention technology or space missile events and Cetera Cetera but I think he has called actually intervene and we're hoping that we can get sort of trump because if he was aware of all things I know classified and my colleagues we have solutions. La a lot of the problems. Everything would be different financial different. We wouldn't be mess around with the Fed Reserve. We wouldn't be trying to intervene in seven hundred basis around the world we you would negotiate to end properly block for example Muslim migration to America and Europe which is destroying these countries we would probably completely different with our allowing. Al Intellectual Property Stolen by China which I know is a big problem and are dealing with borders would be completely different and people overstaying their visas or the you know almost half million Chinese scientists and engineers are actually just walking lockstep away with America's intellectual property I I. I don't think anything that's being done by our politicians. trump tries to nibble at the edges of it but because drag owed. Miller Gate he lost the house which is basically blocking everything he could do to fix things one day improve the tax situation for the middle class and the lower classes which by the way hasn't had an increase in actual spendable income in forty years in say California or in America the poor people now even the people are considered report when I went to medical school back forty thirty six years ago nine hundred seventy three so what I see happening is a degradation of society. You don't see it advancing. I see the bubble economy blowing but it's really to pop. I see America kind of trying to negotiate with some heart negotiator idiots like Peng Pale. We're not dealing with financial level how to deal dealers Russia China Iran and North Korea and Venezuela and in many cases the actions we have taken them actually destroyed the local economy for example when new destroy the economy of Venezuela. Most of these people leave the only people leave a stay are the ones that support Madero. is everything we've done it. Basically is the call Bass ackward how's that. Do you like that. Polar certainly appropriate now. What do we have. This is going to be the first major national election in which it's baby boomers will no longer be the key voters but millennials they are now the majority generation generation a third of whom still live in mom and Dad's dad's basement they are desperately late buying their first home getting their first job with an incredible income starting to have babies. They're drastically basically low in the number of babies they're going to have they stand to be utterly ruined if there is an economic collapse now because they don't have enough savings survive much of anything they're doomed generation and they're being told well. You don't have to suffer this. You don't have to wind up as low on the totem pole. We'll we'll have socialism. We'll take the wealth away from the doctor bills and so on and give it to you yet but you know there's zinc call addiction to opium not fun. I'm talking about driving talking about other people's money and you mentioned this in your books and by the way how did they get your books because you in the written seven books now as they call this number of the books free so please go ahead well the immediate book they can get free as money morality and the machine by the way. Craig Smith with whom I've written seven books you'll see him every weekend with Neil cavuto on Fox business but a copy of our book you wanted. We'll be happy to send it to you. We'll pay the postage and everything that will not cost you a penny just by calling a toll free number eight hundred six three zero fourteen ninety two year. Columbus sailed the ocean blue. That's eight hundred six three zero fourteen ninety two and we'll give you that number again before the show is over but this is why even after World War Two and this attempt to create a global government much system which is still what the various anti anti-trump conservatives are advocates event twitter left is advocating some kind of world government that the economy economic winner of the Nobel Prize Friedrich von Hayek back called the road to serfdom in his most famous book so we are on the road back to surfed and that's what this socialism is all about. It's it is not progressive philosophy. It is reactionary. It is going to take us back a thousand years to when people worked as peasants for the Lord the castle them into the night shining armor who were there but at least it was a decentralized system at least when the play came it. It didn't kill everybody now. It's interesting to ponder what might have been in history as it turned out the black plague killed what more than a third of Europe rip of the People in Europe came in the Middle Ages but a whole lot of people and you can read about this in the camera and for example apple because you're fled to their country estates got away for the city. Some the ones who did generally survived. They didn't catch the plague so a lot of people survive too but what would happen or science fiction writer Kim Stanley Family Robinson Fella who wrote Green Mars Red Mars Blue Mars left-wing science fiction writer he wrote another novel called the years of rice and salt contemplating would have happened if the plague had instead killed ninety nine percent of the people in Europe so that Christendom the Christendom as the Roman Empire the power and centralized philosophy of the Roman Empire Hood. If that had all been just wiped off off the map of history by the plague killing everybody so that Europe became irrelevant to see what would have happened then what would the world has become like in his hypothesis hypothesis in that novel was that basically the entire future would've been a contest between other powers. I Annette versus India for example Buddhism versus Yeslam Capitalism Individualism Christened most would have been wiped out of history and we had that totally different forces shaping our world today yeah there would have been no American revolution because there would have been no America as we know it there would have been no European enlightenment. No individualist values no idea of individual freedom or liberty it would have just disappeared in history and we had a very different world now. That's one possibility of course another possibility from Rome that is rather than just collapsing at the threat of Oh the usual threat. I should say you know Rome fell because ause of pickier poisoned disintegrating morals politically debase money corrupt welfare state a high taxes and regulation Asian polarizing politicians who pit people against each other culture deluded by a flood of unpatriotic foreigners began moving into the borderland into the empire and so on all of that happened to them much as it's happening to us today and they had the other usual medical problems that you're so aware of my favorite analysis for example what happened to Rome. We'll Rome had a ruling upper class in the upper class. It became fashionable to eat off a particular kind of tableware a tableware made of led to believe it or not and so the rich people would eat their acidic foods off lead table where the young children would get their brains filled with lead from doing that that was cut their hi Q. way down the same millennia like hugh is down four to six points today and you just see the upper class the society that ran things disintegrate but that didn't have to be for example suppose the Romans had made a one key it decision a little bit different first century a day in Roman controlled Alexandria Egypt named for Alexander the Great there were a number of inventors notable among them heron or hero the Greek inventor. How good was he. He developed the I working steam engine in the history of the world it created a steam engine that could open doors into all kinds of amazing things things for people but he treated it as a kind of glorified toy supposed Roman engineers had looked at that and decided. Let's take that seriously. Let's see what we can do with that. They could have had their first motor vehicles. I Stanley Steamer says it were and in fact the basis of the Hole I industrial age two thousand years ago and with that much technological power room would have been impervious to almost any attack sent machines against the invading enemies and so on it would have been an astonishing empire empire two thousand years ahead of its time but instead we had a thousand years of dark ages of superstition of primitive limited beliefs of of crude beginnings of enlightenment. PUNA beliefs like a flatter us and stuff like that yeah so I mean what are what are we missing today today. For example thought of Dr Bill that might push certainly a thousand or two thousand years beyond where we are overnight that is certainly possible well one of the things that I noticed after doing this now clear channel twenty years ago. Prophecy Club Nineteen Ninety nine twenty years ago don't in the mid nineties before he went to Prophesy Club. I had a show on clear channel been tonight and fourteen and a half years now genesis are being rented at work and now here on and Ciaran Talkradio network. We have our show also rebroadcasting dot own station or a new K. We also put every social media and Youtube but what what I noticed. This ain't no say dearth of people tough enough to call and ask tough questions now. I even begged people even just email me questions and I'll read it on air but the problem problem I see is a society that doesn't want to pursue the truth because the truth is basically framed in series of really good questions rather than thinking. They have the answer if you think you have the answers just like nine eleven you know. I just look at an article here in New York. TIMES UPDATE STORY DELETES TWEET SAYING AIRPLANES TOOK AIM at Twin Towers on nine eleven. You know the fact that they didn't kinetic energy studies you see if airplanes could knock down the towers back for the belt and road of commonalities into knows not enough kinetic Energy Tanaka towers down yet. There's no steel rebuilding it dissolves from the burning drapes and carpet and other things things and so how could it possibly fall free fall speed unless the terror would actually turned into an atomic vapor and it had nothing to resistance fault but the fact is people people. Don't ask those questions and I what I see is people want to attack the Messenger. I had a gentleman who wrote an article called a profit and Clayton Park in two thousand and eight when I was back in Scotia visiting my mother before she died in the early eighties and the guy never interviewed me. He got the interview but he actually tried added new rather than talking about each of the religious. I'd rather than the fact that I'm whistleblower. I was the examiner of the Murrah building and nineteen ninety-five but when I got one weather guys five guys told his commanding superior people when he's at a bar near Fort Carson basically court martial lemonade called me into the boardroom. It's the hospital got. I got fired and death threats so I said and being Mr Tough de Gaulle okay. You're going to be on a reference in fifty thousand cash the next day. If you come within five hundred miles me my family Africans adult abortion special op now and I'll take Yoke Beatrice winter and you board members. We sleep the next day. I got the letter of Reference in the fifty thousand in cash. Now people say why aren't you like other wellness functional medicine doctors dead because there's a dark side to deal that you do not want cross. Ask Me Medical legally or otherwise and the fact is that I don't get enough. People ask me tough questions. I'm agreed over the fact that someday I'm not going to be here. 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I remember number would turn up as journalists Bell Housing Halifax Nova Scotia article attacking me I mean why didn't he just asked me whistle blower. Are y what happened. We didn't so we're coming back and got called back after eighteen years tomorrow tomorrow with. Steve Kimber wrote that article a profit in Clayton Park and of course I'm wondering interview started interviewing me but the fact is even just looked at the science part of this religious part you have to say look well if eaglet classified clearance and if you took care of the building and the same kind of demolition was there and you've we've had blocking out of your ability to do scientific testing of the debris from the World Trade Center of a thesis now pushed for positively by arc infection engineers for nine eleven an and proven in fact that it's a plausible thing that the building was actually demolished not by being struck by higher into impact aircraft draft but was demolished with explosives inside the building. I mean I've interviewed people who were inside the building that were actually explosion basement strip. The KENAI skin off people before the so-called aircraft struck the building so people need to start understanding here is what happened with George Bush junior and his brother Marvin Ervin Bush was actually security officer for the building George Bush senior who announced ten years before we have a couple of Satanic Lucifer evil. Sob who actually engineered the demolition of the World Trade Center towers because they were condemned environmentally hazardous buildings cost more than two billion or Florida fix it. I know hill this from a fact and the people that ensured the building was the port authority of New York through the Greenspan and the blackstone group insured them and they got double more than double the money because of the multiple towers being hip and they use that money to build the complex. Las Vegas Area Complex in Vegas was built in nine eleven money. People don't know that Oh yes but it is true. They had found World Trade Center towers could be torn down by uh-huh heavy enough win that they were put together wrongly yeah well actually actually I know from my actual analysis of the data that I've got they can withstand an earthquake would not every other building down in New York and it wouldn't it wouldn't knock the towers down so the construction was built in in such a way that was virtually even if I am back aircraft of the same kinetic forces the aircraft back in the seventies when it was built would not knocked the towers down you know the fact is the tower fell free fall speed which means basically Florida's literally disappeared because a concrete and steel and remember any magnetic material including people. That's why you couldn't find an eyeball or a piece of bone because turn to an atomic vapor. They're immediately vaporized just like the towers over the top building video consumes vaporize well then why doesn't Donald Trump's eight donald trump hands back in two thousand sixteen or before you even years ago that he didn't believe these about nine eleven guarantee that trump knows where suspicious officious but just want to call. It looks like not I mean I don't mind looking like that because I want to present science but the fact that they actually blocked me doing radiation testing using proper labs like Jordan labs here in America and last was three and a half four years ago over in Tokyo where they actually the State Department talked eleven. You're not even allowed to talk to deal so people oh my eagle using you know more than the government yeah I do. Do they want Konta me or come on my show and argues. Dr Diggle is back Ekker nuclear physics and chemistry of course not they don't want to be embarrassed. The fact that nine eleven was not put on by Osama bin Laden or by a bunch of Muslims but done by a our own devious evil foundational agencies have even notified enough people not even to be in the building including Otago. We didn't have one employee in the building and many others including learning my wife's cousin who's an ability she was in Eric's trader told onto buildings and so as a result there are only around three thousand dead rather than between fourteen and twenty five thousand very towers in the mall between them. It would have been up to twenty five thousand dead rather three thousand right well. It was shortly after nine to a lot of people would have been there. Yes yeah could hold what ten thousand each I guess between involving sex and seventy. Here's a yeah I remember. I used to visit a friend of mine who is in the What the Big Call Commodities Exchange Business. He was on the ninetieth floor. Oregon the towers fabulous you from up there way to understand where they have the one liberty tower now on the two monuments to fallen towers there in the exact position star positions of the belt of Orion and and and the ad the Dragonstar which is where the North Pole is pointing at ancient times. I called the the the Red Star called the primary we starve the drako ripped. Elliott's Ono who is that. Do you have to understand our world. Leaders are led by druids. Joys are basically in dwelt by Trans Dimensional aliens from another world demonic. People don't understand this. They think you're crazy because now you know what the council's thirteen runs through the secret agencies. He's all of the Intel agencies including five is a British if I all the secret agents on the planet are occulting. They're not just like Oh twelve were hiding stuff for the rest of the public their call to secret agencies. That's why the Tuli society was transplanted to America became the processing later the the NSA and the CIA the our agencies here in America are transplanted from society Nazi. Germany people don't know that do they. I was going to ask the to society is the one that Hitler occultist exactly but we look at the Queen I call her the chief reptile you look at the British run the United Nations you look at the Russians you look at every agents including even communist China. They may not even call it a religion but every agency every government on earth is run by secret order they everyone there's no such thing as not in the same thing with medical schools. Law Schools are all a call tick. go on together or against each other. They're working. I guess each other on a dialectic electic level but on the higher levels if you get higher higher levels they're all working for the same power which is a druidic council thirteen including the Vatican feels the banks the international fed rate and everything. It's all run as they listened Erica. Inter just like our government. Our government set up with ferric oppositional powers. They're talking about the idea to the the Christian country not exactly because the idea of separation of powers gene judicial branch a legislative branch president is entirely Lucid Eric top positional power to came Nimrod of Babylon in the book of Genesis people understand this is not biblical or Christian. This is Louis Farrakhan Listener Eric and Satan Their Satanic. They don't get that do they. Oppositional powers are not godly their Lucifer Eric. They don't get it uh-huh with the feeling that there isn't much they can do about it as much power that can do about it the most powerful thing we can do to pray and then become independent of it by realizing that you don't have independent protection of Your Power Grid Self Protection and food supplies better start prepping you better start getting things I care pairs gold preparing for the fact that they do wanNA termination date for our modern society. You know when you're talkable. People like Bernie Santa Claus Elizabeth Warren these these people are hinting at the fact that needed to stop new reproductions of people. Don't have kids anymore. Look Oh a we call occasional CORTEX. Call one was no CORTEX. This sleepy eyed lady who actually doesn't know anything and she acts like she's a like a goddess like she knows everything and you better follow. We're all GonNa die and she bolivar's what everything she doesn't even understand. How plants grow and yet she'll tell you if you don't listen to her. Role GonNa die because we've got ten years or wherever left before twenty thirty so we have to fix this all around. I she doesn't understand anything even the carbon auction cycle or international recycling or anything just like Mosul cofounder of Greenpeace. It wasn't right Patrick Patrick trying to get Patrick on the show because remember I was a Greenpeace member founding member back years ago. I was an oceanographer ended one of the founding remembers Greenpeace. I got really mad when this terms spraying seal pups with red eye and then of course the killer whales up and see them as it couldn't earlobe. I see him through the ice and then they see them. I'm in pop in the air like an order. People don't understand what's really going on. A globalist bankers have taken over the environmental organizations. Look at in my my book abortion Armegeddon had talked about the vice president under Bill Clinton tried to become president and he wrote a book. What was it called again his crazy bookable environment if you don't follow him and he has private jet slamming. Dang place. What's his name my name? I've try to block it while you're thinking of that. Let Me let me just add money morality and the machine. I said we'd been again how you can get it for free. Pay Jeff Bezos Amazon twenty four it just dial toll free number. We'll pay for the postage to everything that will not cost you a penny numbers eight hundred six three zero fourteen ninety two year. Columbus sailed the ocean blue eight hundred six three zero fourteen ninety two eleven yeah exactly uh Al Gore. That's the Guy Eagle or I call them. In fact I wrote in quite a bit into graduate just bought a house at sea level on the beach in California right frosting fourteen the Barack Obama who just bought his place right next to the ocean in Cape Cod. I guess or these people are disgusting. Okay and eager call them. I think for children to all these top universities because the leftist especially your crop them so these top universities so they've maintained the power grid regret because they're in the dynasty but always people are corrupt Condoleeza Rice so saw even Osama bin Laden was his name was tim honest when he was a operative. People people know that you know and people don't get it and understand even allowed to the so-called people in the media. They think are already good guy. Some of them are actually will talk concerned notable some issues but they don't go away just like Fox News. Fox's doesn't go far enough to include talk Tucker Carlson Lauraingraham or even Hannity. They're all kissed butts. I guarantee you. They would not have me on the show today or in the next few months raising issues about nine eleven because they actually did a debris analysis they'd find the nine eleven was an inside job. The buildings were demolished that it was part of a scheme was tied to the financial scheme that they've set up because when they untied the dollar with the gold they created a bubble economy which ready to pop even back then eighteen years ago and of course it popped two thousand eight and they had a movie called the big short and that movie tried to have a four five minute kind of dialogue that Alia fixed everything people went to jail not not nothing happened. The structural things in our economy are not fixed and Korea pop again only. It's going to be much worse when it happens. It'll make the nineteen twenty nine crash. Look like a Garden Party and people get what they need to read your books and again the phone number is eight hundred six three zero fourteen ninety two so forty nine so nine eleven is a sacred masonic numerous logical date. That's why that date was number for Satan was designated as World Trade Center towers and I save one Liberty Tower that they put up and it's an action the star czar positions of the belt of Orion and the drake arrived Gillian star system. Actually this is the the the basis for because people have to understand evil EXO planets Korean extra dimensional people don't get that they don't realize many of our leaders were being Avatar by aliens inside their consciousness otherwise notice as possession Russian who's older that hasn't happened looking very Clinton. She's not a normal person. Look at Al Gore though these people they do wanting to do the exact opposite look at Bernie Sanders Claus the guys now getting rich and he gets really arrogant over the factory us all kind of like you know. Stop eating meat and they're all using private jets. I think you know it's quite disgusting. Isn't it and you know you're right. We're moving back to another form of feudalism and global slavery to a Cyber State and nine eleven gave us a warning you know and if you don't listen out there and ask better questions we are going to suffer and we're still speaking now now and now eighteen years after but I'm not hearing a response from government or even people calling him Dr Deal. Can you prove that yes I can but we'll let me we'll we'll see I'm gonNA. Try against three to a non first and second world nations. Maybe Russia China do spectral analysis using dual neutron spectroscopy. Guess what did loveless are moving quickly toward the new world order if you don't think it's happening you're not paying attention to nine. Eleven was a benchmark of that wasn't a medicine nine. Eleven is a big warning. You're not eating it out there.
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When I was a child, my mom was diagnosed with cancer and at that time I was ten years old and I didn't even know what the word cancer met. It was so rare and in today's world I believe the last study I saw on twenty twenty over two million people diagnosed with cancer each and every year. If you don't think it's GonNa touch you in some way shape or form I'm sorry to say you're. Probably wrong and you need to listen to this episode because we're GonNa give you some help in that area. We're going to find out what my contra is, what its job is, how we can help it and do, cheer em depleted water what in the world is that and how can it help us Docu Collins is our guest today and I am so glad you're on and talking about this important topic. Thank you. June I'm stoked to be are really in. Well I think I when I when I was asked to have you on the show I was like what in the world is deterioration I have not heard of this word is apparently something that's naturally occurring in my body I probably should know about it. I love it. Yeah. It's really. So it's really actually funny because it sounds so complicated. and. It's really simple to. Is just hydrogen. There are three types of hydrogen in the world and we all have we all know what I two years 'cause sixty, six percent of everything. You know when you have beautiful ocean behind you is hydrogen oxygen and things just dissolved in it, which is like our blood. It's the same thing in really almost the same components in both. So there are three types of hydrogen tritium, which is the thing that make bombs. Right? We think of Nuclear Bob the tritium things they talk about a dirty bomb on all these shows now tritium doesn't exist naturally it's something we make an lab. Now deterioration is like the identical twin of hijacked. The only difference is identical twin go fraternal twins instead. This twin has an extra neutron it. Getting Geeky. With everybody. These are just part of a element, but has this extra part makes it twice as big? So it's like hydrogen. Hydrogen twice as big or twice as heavy. That is the innocent naturally occurring. It's all every place. It's not a toxin until it is a toxin. It's it's it's just naturally carrying and rare compared to regular hydrogen. You can sick only one out of every six, thousand, six, hundred, sixty, six hydrogens is deteriorating curium. Okay. So not a lot of it's in our body, but there some will. This is the problem. so you everything in our body and it's what I people are going to listen to this podcast and I'm going to be a little different for most people that that that that you've heard in that we talk about really when I talk about things I'm talking about. People will probably come on your show and talked about. The smallest parts of something they really have I'm going to talk about. Small is parts and Malek. High Arbenz just single teams runs who it is every place in the idea through evolution as we publish a lot of papers on this is that your body has all of these different mechanisms to keep the Tarim low because it's important. We'll talk about that. Take the term out of low in our body, not out of our body because a certain amount is necessary for your growth. It's it's you can't grow without the Tyrian because if you think about this everything in your body is connected, right is put together. The reason that you're not air is because simply you're put together. So you are you're person you have physical parks. Together by these hydrogens hat, they're just the screws nuts to keep. If you want to really think about a great analogy is just screws up to keep everything together. So a person is mechanic, they really understand is quite easily. So. It puts everything together screws everything together but think about it. If you now get too much of the bigger screws, right that are going to keep things together. When you start to put things together with and use these bic things called Turin brethren, small things like hydrogen then it's going to not fit as well by more you use the more what you're going to make is different. And that gives rise to disease and dysfunction. Because again, it's just not the right shape it's like buying. A will that doesn't fit car it will it will go. Okay. Until you get up to a hundred miles an hour hundred, twenty miles an hour distorts the to wobble wobble and then breaks or the car crashes right? Right absolutely. So when you talk about this, this is A. It's it's an it's a chemical. Then right it will be this is an element so. You're the periodic charts when you're every everybody, just you know, don't don't break down and start crying remembering. When they said. Periodic charts and that none would wrap your your fingers ruler when you missed it. Charter little thing up in the corner, which was hydrogen that age. Molecular weight of one. So the simplest of all things and we have goal lead sulphur, the periodic chart it simply that H- h on the periodic char. But what I'm saying is there's actually different forms of that age which account the Geeky word is called isotopes. Okay. So you talked about one of them. Did we talk about the other two so in L. periodic charts, don't I. YOU'RE GONNA fast learn you're an expert scientists I am far from it. When I talk to people who are scientists? I know and trust them and I get it from them, and that's about all I want in need to know. Not Be that simple. It really should be simple and if it's complicated the people alive to you I'm just telling you. They don't understand it. Well and I think you know for if we want people to take action, which we both do we both are very much for. What people to have better health we want them to be happy. We want I don't want to just live longer. You know lived to be ninety, one hundred years old and then be incapacitated or not have my mental faculties about me. I. WanNa live that healthy like you know have that lifestyle. So if we make things too complicated for people, they don't take action on you know but but but let's get back. I digressed to the you said there were three types of hydrogen. Right. That was the tritium curium and hydrogen, which is real name is called Prodian. Though the in all three of those together it's like the three musketeers right. To name together, they're call the musketeers. So this hydrogen produce them and deterioration which of the three types of hydrogen. Debt exists to which I'm natural and one which we have to make in the lab and we make in the lab what I don't like the idea of making anything in a lab. Specialists because the only job we make that is to make a bomb. So there we go. Well seed we don't need those right. So we're all good. Okay. So you know you you were talking about it something necessary for us to grow. So real room necessary especially for our young children are adolescence is this something that like Collagen. Depletes in our body as we age. So does deter naturally deplete in our body as we age not think it's So here's here's the way it works. It's I, wonder about it. Just listen to. This is going to be very, very simple. So, imagine that your your body you can, if you could see all the chemicals and biological molecules in your body and they were all formed, once shape thirty may have a shape of emails you browse one that's like a horse one looks like a draft and they'll have certain shapes and so those shapes are maintained by what hydrogens you have in that molecule. So. Why is it important for an and we also know that are not body were were sixty to seventy percent water divining sometimes babies are more water than when we are. boomer a hundred. So we have less water as we get older. That's important because when hydrogens when we form H two, O. We can form with program the regular hydrogens and that's the water. We think about fact however, we can also form with deteriorating and because Tim's him twice as heavy that means when that water is formed, it's going to be edgier or heavy water. and. We've heard that word heavy-water. When we talk about nuclear power plants, we talk about bombs talk about every water. That's what makes nuclear power. A. What's one of the byproducts of making new nuclear power? So it isn't it in a nature what's in our body is what the water in our body determines. Healthy. We Are we always talk about being dehydrated not having water during the right water with the riots. Ph. The right vitamins everything in the world people try to sell. You is going to be about putting some kind of better water in your body because it's a simple way to do it. Okay. So if we look at that part. The we've found out is that those hydrogens are actually important and you get hydrogens not only from the water that you drink. Lewis importantly, from the food that you eat because when you eat food foods are always made up of of again. Different Chemicals. Elements and you the way your body works as you were. Is it food or about that high calorie we metabolize it turned into something. But now we're understanding it's not as complicated as we thought, what is when you eat food your body breaks down and really what is trying to pull the hydrogens out of there and the hybrid out of their Around go to your mother Andrea and we all are getting, we understand what the mileage. If we learned anything in high school, we learn one thing and it is the Mitochondria the powerhouse of sales right at the. You can ask any kid they will tell you that why can't go any further but they can tell you that. But the way it works is inside that my condo which we think of as an energy plant. There are actually thousands and millions and hundreds of millions of things called Nanna Motors, and those are tiny little engines turn in circles like a turbine engine, right? Like within the ocean, you return it to make you let Trysofi will the thing that flows pass. It are hydrogens and you had this flow of hydrogens like flow water that go past it, and it makes our energy which is called A. Right so everybody's furtive ATP. I've listened some of your podcast and people talk about. Time, and they make this magical thing. True. But so at the hydrogens go past this, it makes energy energy energy and it also every time that makes three. ATP. It makes a molecule of water. Okay. So inside us, our body makes this water and it only makes it with vow deteriorate minutes. So the body the hybrids mate inside your body, the water that your body makes inside your Mitochondria has no deterrment. Okay why? Because when a heavy when a hydrogen comes in a tearing his animals instead it's twice as big in these tiny little animal just can't take that. It hits an embrace than animals. When you break the motors, you can't make energy. If he can't make energy you can't detox yourself your immune system at work you get older. So is everything that we are this is like, Cellucci, every the basic of all things we think about our soul we think about it as being energy right? We we have that concept. So this energy is. Is Powered by hydrogen going past the motors, men of nanomoles break. And that causes this disease and that gives rise to sales have less and less Mitochondria. And sales with less and less mitochondria become cancer cells right now altogether. Like. My brain is going all over the place because you just brought up so many points here. So number one, I know that when our frequencies go down, that's when disease enters the body and the lower it goes the more disease we have. So what you're describing is this break-up of the energy, which is a lowering of the frequency of the body. Right? Just beautiful. Again, you can't all you start you can't do anything everything starts energy fry everything. So. That your your body gives off the hormones e everything. So do I have enough energy? You've never seen a cancer patient a with a lot of energy it can't happen or because. It's yeah. Is there. Okay. So you were talking about and I got I got questions mark down here. You're talking about water in how water is so important for the body because we're sick see percent water you know even higher when we're younger lower, we're older. My question to you on this is it are we better to drink? Clean water on you know where I'm going with this. But you because there's hydrogenated water, there's oxygenated water. Talk about that. Question Okay think of water in your body as being the carriers. It's a river in her body, right? That's really what it is. If you see boats, it's like a boats on the ocean boats on the rivers that waters import to transport things to other organs and all the way through your brain your eyes that's what it's forced out. Yeah. In and out. Very good they often to. Train is a train and one of the things is transporting are the hydrogens that it has right so is transport and you can also think of it as being the Gar as you said, because it's transporting out is also the garbage. That's right. It dumped just like we do in our oceans rivers, we dumped jump we'll get it out of our systems, the hydrogens that are there are going to be used by the. Different. Model kills by different organs to not only power themselves, but to make new molecules. So only a contra will always think Ima map metabolism we always think in terms of energy however has the other side is it also was the thing that makes stuff. So it's your metabolism also responsible for making the Collagen as he's talked about in your skin or the the the molecules need to make air air or your eyes or. Does not. Make all these. Make that and More deterement them they are different and they stop working for. DNA, here's here's a catch with the DNA. So. We've all seen that beautiful ladder we look that ladder. Pretty Pretty. It looks nothing like that. But that's okay. It's all trading. It bathed in what it's not in their a dry substance it's bathe in. Our call it depending on the hydrogen center there it it determines. Indeterminate that DNA is going to be open like won't string or if it's going to be clocked up and GNARLY. When it's clumped up gnarly with the looter when the hydrogen levels are high term levels are low it takes it out of there and Dina closes up that Larry alwasy closes up and it doesn't replicate emmy. The doesn't you don't make more sales you don't make more. Okay gets in there. It's big and if something's big that means it can't ball up in close around it, and so the term gets into the DNA and the DNA. It didn't take some of the hardest thank molecular tunneling but you imagine once you get one big almost like planets once you get one big determine a place, it attracts next hundred hydrogens around the deterioration or program, and it makes clump and makes bigger clumps and bigger clubs so if you've ever seen. Real pictures of DNA. It looks like thread that is balled up in different places and it's called up can't multiply it can't replicate. So let his cancer cancer. Is, when tear in gets into that DNA and it stays open. In keeps replicating inculcates in replicates and so an things like viruses and bacteria. Guess what they use the terrarium to eat and feed. That's the reason they always multiply. Now that's a so you can't have if you have less determine your body or low mountains. Bacteria embarrasses can't multiply they can't do it. They need the power from those things. That, it is so good. I'm have anything to do with the acidic in Ph level of the body. So yes, again it's what determines it. If you think about all of these things we think about molecules actually have charges on them. Right homes, charges. We never talk about that. We think we can take some baking soda and we lower the Ph of or increase the water. It's really not. It's really these Proton acceptors and. Depending on the kind of water, the kind of hybrid you having your body is going to. PhD just. A log of hydrogen. Has A ph means. Measuring, how much did you have the more hydrogen have that are positively charged the more alkaline you are right. So in the cool I mean think about is is why it's so important. So the bridges in your body determine what Ph you the type of hydrogens in determines shaped molecule into terms your DNA is multiplying it determined. Then if he can detox if she can sleep if you can breathe all of these thing basically from hydro little hydrogens because. That is normal way a body would work, but it's actually also the way the planets work right when we saw the sun. It's just being powered by a hydrogen. A hydrogen. Fuel. Machine Vision. That's all it is everything and this is true not only on earth but is true in every single. Partner Solar. System it's all hired. That's why we look for water on every planet. Of Life Rice it's not looking because it's both oxygen and hydrogen that are the most important things in our body. Okay hydrogen. And the reasons that he's going to be important is because we've talked about we've talked about about church being in our body right imports of it for instance babies. Naked Durum because they're growing all the time you majors, they need it. That's why they eat you out of house and. They just needed and they grow fast. But once we turned twenty twenty one, we don't grow up anymore ways girl out. down. We'll we'll all metabolism storing their. Data was that's going down it's just you need to. You need to eat and breathe and everything more appropriately. So your system works and if you're able to do these things. Just. Naturally again, just doing these things you could live to be two, hundred, two, hundred, and fifty. Without disease and you was simply die healthy, which is what you're supposed to do. You know talking about putting robot alarms or all these New People? Just as a regular person because your body every day your body recreates built something again in your France. Your Gut. Replace the self every two days right you're. The alive things your skin every one day to three days and your your whole body. Think of every seven years you're completely new person. Every sample makers you could ask needing to me for we don't think about this. So so let's talk about I mean this is so important and I know I asked the question about. The hydrogenated water, the oxygenated water, and whether they're good or not. But before we answer that question, let's talk about you guys have developed tests that we can test our body in different ways to see where our levels are at in. This is this available to anybody to be able to do yes and thank you for mentioning that. So I want you audience understand there've been four Nobel prizes given for what we do and this is the most amazing everybody thinks this is new sites is not new. The first Nobel Prize was giving given the The nineteen thirties. Last Nobel Prize for the Nanna Motors, we talked about that discovery that received the Nobel Prize in two thousand eighteen out almost up into the time. This is a very is science of of determines what is used to tell food is from use it in agriculture with look at ice caps and they talk about how much ice Does he how much determine is is because? Of curium are I have been on earth at different times. Ancient times we know what the deteriorate levels were they are. The deteriorate levels that are now also deterioration levels are different in the world. So at the North Pole and South Pole, the term lows are less at the top of mountains and high altitudes. The Trim levels are are less in the equator. GLOBALS are highest. Thinking about where the water is yet it's a it's. It's not only where the water I will go not only wore the water is, but it's almost what are makers did it's a very strange thing right? The big engineer who who made this place said this the way it's going to be. With everything was fine because the people that live in those places were made for those curium levels was mad for that. The eat the right foods fish. So when we do all these crazy studies about saying, yeah, the the Chinese people eat rice and they don't have this disease. So let's eat rice or let's eat carnivore because the African aid only this animal that doesn't work because it's only. Eating locally works those local people because that's the way. Everything works a related. I love that. You know I've often said because there are so many different. Eating styles. You know that are out there and I've always said it. There's not one particular one that's going to work for all peoples and and that kind of describes Wyatt doesn't work for all peoples. You know we have to figure out what works for our body, but people are transposed all over the world now today. So how does that work if God it intended for these geographical areas for us to eat in a certain way but we are such a mobile society now well, that's great and here's what's so cool about the way we're made we're. Made to deplete deterement debatable to live wherever we are within the scope right within the scope of things working so much we can do so much but unfortunately, we wanna take a little too far right. So take the next up in the next step but what were our biggest claim to fame besides starting this clinic and being able to applaud these things together? Is that we invented those tests you're talking about because. Time there was no way to measure the trim levels in your body. I taught we could talk all the time about the theory not just another theory out there that. You. Know I'm right. They're wrong. We able to do is say, okay, we can measure the Tyrian now in your blood and this alive live in your hair in your eyes and your cholesterol in your breath, and we invented all these tests to. figure out how to do it not as commercialized them. As a research tool for studies by scientists. Were able to do that. Now, we're able to say how much to trim isn't a person's tissue and relate how much deteriorates in your tissue and in your blood do. How to people that are sick? How much is? This much. How much of the look with people with cancer? How much is looking at diabetes? How about people that are living longer than that look better sound stronger. How about athletes right is a relationship between that and that's what we do is finding those relationships over the years we've understood the interesting things. About how these things work, but I will tell you the biggest thing of learned over my forty years of doing this is you don't know anything. So stop saying it right. You're going to learn you're going along and more more. So what you said two years ago, you ought to be willing to say you are wrong and so that's what I've just that this is not this is really what it means today so Take your to trim levels all you have to breathe into. A you simply breathe into something your breath. In this that sample and we'll tell you how much to cheer him in your tissue, using your tissues as a marker for what's in your long and your heart. It doesn't tell how much is new toe, but it gives you an overall guestimation about what it is. From you saliva or urine to tell you how much in your blood and we started awesome service with blood tests and taking extra plugs from people route, we taking tissue from people to we figured out how to do this. So we can do it that way we need to take an MRI. Person Orion say here's work really is in your muscle or your eye and the reason that is not working or did your muscles not working because there's more deteriorate there and you can't then make enough energy to even make a muscle. It's crazy it's just so it's such a precise science and nail just trying to get the understanding of what that is and what does it mean for people that are listening. So are everything that you do right now we think about health Israel's always to treat the symptoms no matter what anybody says even we talk about detox and we'll talk about using co Q. or talked about using in a That is not treating the treating 'cause. Treating the you still playing whack a mole by trying to treat the symptoms and and so that it's nothing wrong with that because it's the only thing we add right now what we can do is measured tearing levels get your to trim levels lower and then you can start to look at do I, need to detox. Won't need to worry about cognition to my brain. Do I need to do Akito Diet for one reason, the other reason and also A. Question a you're so brilliant. I. Really Love How your mind works and you ask about diets and you know I used to I'm one of the vendors of usually Kito genetic diet they come your grandfather don't appreciate that but that's The grandfathers of a chance to think I think grandparenthood is awesome I have. Now being one, I'm cool with it. I have twelve. So I am Oh Jealous and My my son and daughter. Get to work. How competitive I am Now the toxin Terminator She's got a few long. Term levels right. But. When you look at this, you can then designer. So it doesn't matter what you died is your body is what I really love. Your body doesn't care if he'd dome it or state or an apple, it's GonNa take the hydrogen there that you give it and now's termine if you're going to be sick or not but it is that simple you met. So we also not only did we invent The ability to measure the chairman the bodies, but we have the largest database of. Deterioration has it turns in different foods and different places. So we can tell you configure diet and the newest thing you know one to cool things were now understanding is I remember I talked about how bacteria has a lot of deterring minute right back Tyrian your gut. Now we understand how fibres work and how the Bio homeworks and so a lot of things like I said I used to say for instance don't eat fruit because it's high and Tyrian I. Now can come back and say you know what if you eat these fruits that then feed your gut? It's GonNa make these short chain fatty acids that are excellent to help. You deplete the Tarim. So again, the maker gave us these whole Foods de work to do what they're supposed to do. But when we break them apart and make apple juice for season apple, then you screwed up because you get rid of the fiber in the phytochemicals and all these things that as a mechanic you take a spark plugs out of the engine and the engine will run anymore. Right. So that's what that's what we love about. What we do is we're all about not products but understanding and people say, well, you know what? What's Your Business Model says the most expensive hobby I've ever done, but the whole idea is that. My my goal is to used to be to actually just. Cure Cancer I am a cancer immunology. But you know sits one out of every two men are going to have cancer. One out of every three women, it's horrible. What a what a horrible statistic Oregon I realized that preventing it's a lot easier to treating it actually making a body more resilient to being brought in cancer. Shoe more resilient to getting into disease and makes you younger makes you appier so you can have the kind of quality of life that will get you more out of life you will live longer happier and. That's really what our mission is nail. There want to take a minute to talk about the everyday products you are using in your home. Many of us are label hunting. There are examining every product in the house to make sure it's toxic free and I totally understand that, hey, we're not all scientists and maybe we just want that easy button to help pick the right CATIS. That's why I aligned with young living whole health and wellness company that has all the clean products you know from essential oils to personal care products, makeup supplement items for kids and babies, and the list goes on almost any. Everyday item you could think of using and the best part is young living's products are seed to seal their backed by high polity standards. 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Let's not talk about how to read it. Because cancer right now is one of those things that they say forty five percent or higher rates can are predictable. We should be getting them in the first place. In Her your preaching to the choir. But I I. Just WanNa say Amen So. Is So. Very true when I, say this is that you know it's bad. We already know what to do. Everything listening knows what to do. We just don't do it right now we'll give them a diagnostic whatnot attest to save. They're getting it right because the whole point of exercise the whole point of sleep the whole point of detox all these things that you think about is to remove deterioration. That's what it's four. If you can't sleep inside our bodies I talked about those nanomoles goes what our body does is only animals. We have things like look like garbage bags and so you got all these garbage bags inside your body and during. The daytime. It takes determine it throws it into the garbage bag. So it can't get your animals and at nighttime at nighttime is winder indeed right. So you go through this room sleeping deeply the period of time that they're emptied and goes into your bile and Baru all those things that you talk about detox detox. The first thing it's going to do is get rid of the deteriorate because then it's safe for those organs to work otherwise the if you can't sleep what you will see you see people get progressively worse sleep, right All of a sudden I can't sleep but. We fifteen minutes twenty minutes. What it is those bags are not being emptied in the burst, and once they start the birth, you're overwhelmed with that deterioration that your body knows how to get rid of cut. What do you need to do sleep better breathe better eat better exercise Oh my God, that's worth a yard you know that. Radio that. We simply make it more precise. So he can measure and show you how to fix those things which nobody's ever approach like this before it's like well, what supplement do I take i? Say you don't take a supplement in two you need. Let's fix who you are and what that means is if you're more broken, you may need more work but let's not you don't have to spend your life worrying about things. Let's try to make you bulletproof make more resilient of most physically. cognitively Emil out. Make you more resilient. So when the next democats Year bobby you because you resilient you can. You can actually stave it off the problem with the right now or also week were also hurt that. Now this next thing is chicken are S it's just it's just When you got sixty percent or better of our society that sick. I mean we're sixty percent of US are better are sick and when your body is not healthy, how in the world are we supposed to not be you know fall bit Bitam to pandemic? Ill, the other forty percent of us are are like, Hey, we're doing okay over here. Sorry. I'm that's Alison. I apologize is trending that way. Is True is true. Don't don't be don't be sorry for the truth. It will it is, and I just get so furious because it's like you can do this to you know you you. It is never too late. It is never too late to reverse damage to your body. You know we have the ability to do things that we can to get back to optimal health if we're willing to make the steps that we can do to get that. So with that being said and I want to be cognizant of our time I, mean we could go on and on and on. I want our listeners to know how to get a hold of these tests that that step number one. You. Can simply go to our site Didi Centers C.. N.. T. R. S. dot com, or you can also go to we made up a landing patriots by energy. For. A better you. So how? Dot Com or energy for better you and not only the tests but we'll guide you through what you need to do. We convey some information and the next level of which is getting with the coach or doctor to fix you and I want to tell you. This is not an so as I said, I WANNA. Prevent Cancer. But here's what's really cool belt. What we do. We actually help people with cancer beat the odds. Over better clinical outcomes and that's what's important to me is not. So you said something that was very beautiful that was quality of life, and so what I've learned from helping somebody cancer patients survive is it's not worth surviving. If you're life sucks after and I know this from personal experience and so our whole goal is to make a cancer patient healthy patient with cancer. So the cancer's gone, they now had a great life. They can jor their grandchildren's much better. They appreciate have gratitude because it's amazing. What cancer will do people don't like to hear but yeah, beating that sucker makes you a better person at have never seen it make a war I have never seen an excuse me I never seen an astle command of being out of. Being cured of cancer somehow, the better angels come out that purse. Absolutely you know you you get a new perspective on life and and you know and and what you want to do with this live, and you get to really take a look at what do I want to leave behind you know what's the legacy? What is my purpose here on earth and what can I do I want to? Okay. So we talked about the test you've talked about you know it's about food. It's about movement. It's about sleep. It's about other things that we do. I WANNA. Talk about supplements because I watched an interview that you did. And I think our our listeners need to hear this loud and clear. I am not opposed to supplements as long as they're good quality plant based natural supplements. Because sometimes, we're our bodies are in a position where we do need that supplements are exactly that there are supplementation and so until we can get our bodies back to a healthy period where food are natural foods that were feeding, our body will do what we're supposed to have done. We may have to supplement in order to to get us to that state. Can you add to that conversation about synthetic supplements and the damage they're actually doing to our body versus good quality plant based supplements this very beautiful. Yes. You know it's amazing. How much people are against processed foods? They don't understand that the supplements stay by processed foods. Now, when you look at again, you have whole plants. In combinations of whole lance that will make the supplements that you need. But that's hard work. I get it and you know and we're in our society, we want it easy. Step you have you have? Whole foods that have been made into heart because herbal remedies and you can get it that way. That's probably the best way especially, if it's been grown in a deter depleted environment so nanomoles did you get the good parts from the plant the pieces of the plant have load treatment them, which is what your body's looking for just like eating better eating eating better there. The other thing I will tell your audience is having been an ex person at the FDA there is the supplement industry is not regulated. So please when you get your supplements, get it from a source for get professional supplements if it's cheaper. Don't do it. There's a reason is cheaper is because it's not real even the again is so many things. So what I tell people is, as you said, supplements are sometimes necessary. But the first thing you must do is lawyer two levels must know them and then lower them and you can lower them using what we use the supplement, and that is just a different kind of water and that water is everybody thinks of alkaline water vital visit all waters put things into right everybody you put something into it to supplement. Instead what we've done is removed to tear him out of the water. So it's just water, but it's water that existed five thousand years ago on this planet. Those no cancer and people don't know cancer right? There was no diabetes but. Did you have any? Tiger. Really. That's now going to help you lawyer to cheer levels faster. because. The term levels then your body can kick in and with the energy. The other thing which we're really jazzed jacked about is I know geeky science is getting getting so. Turned on by Geeky saw. We've been you've talked about oxygen water. The arch in WanNa that's out there now is hilarious. I hate when they say it's not oxygenated when I say it's not therapeutically. Important. It's a great carnival trick. It's got some oxen. Yeah. But you can't drink it and it's not GonNa make you healthier unless you're already healthy. Margin of error. Okay. We've been able to do is in jail now with another group and we're Britain we'll start this. Now we're bringing a new type of water. That has oxygen in it at a thousand times. The oxygen that's in regular water came to take any doesn't flow out of the bottles, not carbon dioxide or hydrogen water that's opened a cabin if God, it's actually restructured the whole water. So now when you drink this water, it's like having oxygen tank. So you don't need to now break it acts I know it sounds so. Star trekkie. But the whole idea is you drink your Arjun. It is so cool because now what these auction in these little nanna boaters motor of bubbles are now going to float into your skin they're gonNA float into your organs and it's like you breathe in the oxygen and that's another thing that's important life, right? You can live without food for more than a year. I did a fast at six Brussel sprouts and seventy two days. It's all eight. So is not important. It's okay but it's not the most important thing why she got body fat in us that. You can go without water for eight or nine days even two weeks you can't go without oxygen for more than two and a half. Why because oxygen binds that deterioration? And to hydrogen make water in the tournament heavy-water and that's taken out of your system. Friday. When death is when you're gonNA motive stop moving if an animal to start moving, you can't start them up again. That's really what death is. It's not brain death. It's inability to make energy and it can't be kick started again with electricity or anything else. So we use these two wars and those waters themsevles will make your body in shape to where now you can detox. Now, you can sleep now all these things that are inhibiting you to make enough energy or the ability to make the right bio-molecules for. Your cholesterol and this is important for your. You wouldn't take a cholesterol people don't understand that Lester all the thing that makes all your hormones in your body. Including Vitamin D if the thing that makes the bile in your body? Don't have cholesterol cholesterol as the tree minute it can't be broken down by the sun and so people with high levels cholesterol it's not that it's not that it's high because it's high, it's high because their body can't use it. is like premise that and Lipa tore they get rid of bad crap. Still, get crap. Five that's the reason that they doesn't doesn't help with cardiovascular disease because you evan fix the 'cause you play whack a mole and fix the symptoms Friday. Okay so this so you guys have, is it two separate waters or is it just one water? So right now it is. We've the journey pleaded waters, what we've been using forever. And just like you drink it's just a bottle of water. It tastes it tastes different. Because it's lighter and foods. The strangest thing your body does Willie No, no here's the thing down sanctuary where we are keyed up at sanctuary. When I was first sort of with the water, you could put this water in a bowl and you can put a regular water in Regalado Bowl and all dogs go to deteriorate pleat walk wearing the horses did the same horses will drink from a rain puddle before they drink out of you know some things I learned from Texas so would drink out of rain puddle before they drink out of a trough because it's the turn deplete it they can smell the difference with so cool. So yes so we have these two waters. That will help you getting on the way, and then when it comes to supplements, then we can take a functional medicine approach and we are we are very big believer. We say functional medicine we're talking about the cause not the symptoms. Then we'd take approach to say, okay, you're not being able to hold onto magnesium why I can't have calcium what, and we can pick it apart and return your biological systems to work. So what we really do is we age people backwards right? It's like you know cancers is a disease of old people. It's just that now young people are frigging too old. They're biologically older. Laura's thing that they do. So we're GONNA take a person for instance, it's biologically fifty five and we make them biologically twenty five and start from there and you. Know and you really look younger you you Rut you athletic and I was told I'm sixty three years old. and. Go. Forward if. You want. I'm not worried I know worried about those things because again. I'm not age Y A biological. I am I am not a six year old person biologically. That and our live longer I may live as long as I could because I didn't start this early enough right Of still get more years out exactly exactly I love love love all of this. We talked about breath Oh red light therapy I wanNA talk about the red light therapy because I've got questions. So you your scientists talk about red light being something that really helps our body deplete the deterioration naturally as well. Talk to us about what type of chemotherapy we need to use as very cool. So the way if you look at the sun, the sun gives all these different wavelengths off and those are all important. The all do different things we've been working with Juve Red, light and I'm actually supposed to do a talk for them at the. New The the conference in Austin Texas. South by South. West is conference but Y-. The whole idea is that the way your body is so cool. It takes everything from the outside of frequencies. These these are ways the. Five G. Four G. Three G to. It takes blue light red light. It takes energy transfers to your skin into your liquid part and liquid part. It it it does the molecules, the dons between hydrogen and oxygen, for instance. Those bonds depending on if it's the do different things if the bond between hydrogen in an oxygen, that hundred number while we talked about. God's water living water. What will happen it will transfer the energy to where you need it. It's like a boat that has energy on it and it'll go all of your body and deliver energy the simple as if it's got the trim on it, it turns to heat. That's the reason that when you get viruses or you get sick, you get a Tim pitcher now Mukasey Immune system, but it's really physically this wrong molecule is there and I haven't thrown molecule. You get heat and you're you actually increase in temperature and that is to kill back to your in viruses against something that the engineer the sky decided who the weights oppose the work. The great thing we figured out all these things and I like to say we haven't we will I be SAF and you understand this younger people won't get it but we don't make anything. We make things work better and that's that's really what whether it's Chemo or radiation or your supplements we simply make it better because we make you better right. So, now, what kind of you know, for instance I, have a infrared sauna apologized yes i. I guess I should ask you a question. So when you think about What rent light or any light does it travels through that water Right. So The red light when it hits when it hits, water will transfer energy to the end what it does it goes into the mighty Qendra and inside the Motto Contra Unlike the water we have in our blood. It's like a metal it's ver-. It's because the space is so thin. Think about that inside of our might a contra gravity doesn't make A. Because it's doesn't have the puck what has the power are electro motive forces. By G. and white, and all these things radio radio ways. That's really what determines just like in a star. It what determined inside a mighty? Akao when you hit it with red light and determined is lower, then it makes it less viscous. Think about an in New York City, you see all these taxi cabs and we have this were cabs. One of those if it's viscous that means is all tax DECAF and you can't get sure cam to were supposed to be owner and you die and traffic how what red light does. It makes those it makes makes those makes street bigger it makes less cars therefore now, your car can now get to where it's supposed to get. Like. Does it makes your body work better and by working better by making more energy in connection with the touring depletion it then makes you healthier. So Red Light is great. Blue light operates a different way. Green Light operates a different way. However, they're all healthy for the at the right time. So we spend our time doing is measuring wins the right time to have green light and what it does. Green Light is incredible when get really cataracts and we work with a group in England that we're looking at blue light and green light as a way to stop blindness with the tearing depletion. At. All these things we have so many we are lab and a research group. We have so many experiments going say, Oh, my God, how do we make this better? How did better? Including athletes where we have people that are professional athletes. So the bubble right now, who used this to stay healthier to have more energy Play longer and and to recover faster. So this is good for anybody and everybody, and only is a good. It's the way your body works. So there's no arguments here. Not Insulting anybody that's out there. Because again, supplements do work. Some were better than others, but they can't fix the 'cause the cannot cannot cannot. Right. All right. So let's were. At the end of our time on. So I want to make sure that we can get in touch with you guys by going to. 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1245: Remote Live View Of Tesla Cameras Is Coming | 15 Oct 2021
"Coming up on podcast. Twelve hundred and forty five. You could get live view from tesla's cock cameras into app very soon as it coming. Stick around until you also on the podcast. Today was one of the best countries for charging infrastructure. You might be surprised about four and bmw. Investing in solid state factories and what tv show is going all electric which car tv show. I should say is going on electric. You'll find out good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you're listening in the world. Welcome to eighty news. Daily for friday fifteenth to october. My name is nelson lee. And i go through every story so you know half the. We'll start with news of bmw saying going to be ready for any ban on internal combustion engines from twenty thirty onwards with an offering of electric vehicles. The chief executive officer oliver zipser saying two days ago. According to a reuters report well the eu has proposed an effective ban on fossil fuel costs from the year. Twenty thirty five as part of a a package of measures to come back. Label warning booming unlike rivals including folks vodka and general motors. Bmw has not said an end date for the production of their fossil gobbling cars and even then. The statements that he made wasn't exactly a ringing endorsement zero emission vehicles. All of zips said vici- quote. We will be ice ban ready if a region a city a country gets the idea of banning eve as we have an offering the bmw. Group is not worried about this. Whether it's a good idea is another question but we will have an offering and quite so. I don't know why he couldn't just say yet fully behind electric's even if you really believe you all going to carry on selling combustion caused dotty disgusting polluting vehicles. Even he wants to do that as we saw. Recently with some high profile departures from execs. That didn't get behind these. That's not the that's not the line. That's not the time to say it in public. So i don't know why i had to throw shade on fossil bans by saying. Hey whether it's a good idea. Well that's another question but we're going to have an offering. He said we fully supports it zero emissions. You know whether you believe it or not you got to say. But he didn't so. I might be lost in translation but still he doesn't sound convinced like kevin. Bmw publicly be convinced when the man at the very top of the companies like well. We'll have some 'cause on sale done. Everything is a good idea on. Oh my goodness these people need media-training. I'm sure he's at it right. Let's talk about the all z company. Tritium they make charges. And i'm really familiar with the because i've seen them used in the murder stations. Emmy there's lows little mur stations around here and i've looked on a map for some reason. All in dorset and hampshire hampshire. Why i'm not complaining. It's where i live but it's brilliant. Also use them on great. Serve the seventy five kilowatt. Onesies them on all spray. I like to fifty kilowatt units. Use them on pod. Point the tesco stations lady plug in charge as well well based in brisbane and they make false charges and they've sold more than five thousand of them globally now at a record quarter they say. A three was a mega one for the business. According to the driven which makes a number of dc fast charging stations from fifty kilowatts up to three hundred fifty kilowatts. They also we'll be releasing a twenty five kilowatt bidirectional wolszczan jiffy home. So that's vehicle to grid vehicle to home right. There wanted wanted now. Please please please. Tritium planned public listing vira reverse merger blank check company one of these. Spic's sees the company valued at one point. Two billion us dollars making a unical is an unlisted startup worth more than a billion us dollars. Read more in the show notes. Up uplink if you wanna see more by that company doing really well. Next in china neo attributed the long keys electric vehicle charging stations during the chinese holiday season recently to the rapid adoption of chinese electric vehicles c. n. e. v. reported on wednesday elliott this week citing a company executive bending says the chinese electric vehicle makers founder and chairman william lee by relation said. The recent judging experience was not very good for customers during china's national day due to increased rush hour on the highway a number of owners went out for drives during the national day earlier this month without realizing that accused at dc false charges. Well that's lucky because neo happened to make a battery swap stations. So i'm sure he used the opportunity of these unfortunate cues which made the news people having to wait forty five minutes an hour just to charge that car to get home. He said electric vehicle. Adoption is taking place at a quick pace. This year ahead of expectations and the neo has accelerated their construction of battery swap stations and their own supercharging stations. This year next the charging infrastructure is particularly good in one country. And you might be surprised. The onset is scotland. The rollout of electric vehicle charging points in scotland is now second only to london. According to new figures there are now twelve rapid charges per one hundred thousand people that live there compared to the uk average of seven rapid charges per one hundred thousand people while across all charging types. Scotland is second on a london across the whole of the uk with forty seven devices per one hundred thousand reports fleet news website. The scottish government has put forty five million pounds to develop the charge place. Scotland network which provides almost two thousand public charge points across the country. Well good only scotland fantastic to know that. The investment is continuing. And you know. I've never driven av north of the border. I'm down on the south coast so there's not too many reasons for me to make the journey up. The country butts is good tonight. That the i think some of the changes that have happened recently with the back end supply of the national network. Seems to be better again if you only scottish listeners Let me like what's the latest. How's it going next. Ford and bmw partnering with solid power solid state technology colorado-based based solid power making solid state batteries that backed by ford and bmw and their third party. Safety tests are now in and they say that the battery tech has passed all of our safety tests safer than lithium chemistry as well. They say With a bunch of tests aimed at simulating abuse and damage to their prototype. Solid state sells visas. Who's a sulfide based solid electrolyte in place of the liquid or gel used in conventional lithium ion cells right screen car reports. They say that when fully charged test cells were punctured with a nail. The change was an increase in temperature. the nail penetration test produce no flames or venting of materials from the cells. Company says now the tests cells will overcharged by two hundred percent. Sorry overcharged to two hundred percent Were also causing a short-circuit again with issues. According to solid pal it claims to have achieved the lifespan of the test. Sells a thousand lifecycles. A greater than eighty percent capacity retention. That's using small pouch cells. Now they're gonna scalp the up to the large format pouch cells that automotive manufacturers want to use in their eve as and development in battery check them. Maybe not going to be in the cows immediately but always good tonight that there's things coming down the pipeline right on the way very soon we'll talk about how you can view the cameras on your tesla remotely from within the app hopefully very soon and why eu regulators a slow approving with electric vehicle. Stick around. that's on the way now. Let's talk about the us regulator questioning tesla on. What they want to know is a lack of a recall. The top federal safety regulator sent two letters to tesla earlier this week raising questions about that driver. Assistance software systems and instructing tesla to provide more information says the new york times. The regulator is the national highway traffic safety administration. Looking into tesla. Didn't issue a recall last month when they pushed out over the software updates to autopilots were previous ability improve. Its ability to spots stopped. Emergency vehicles like police cars and fire trucks. It's a bit of a nasty patent with tesla's the system doesn't manage to see them and crashed into the one or two deaths and been crashing into them well. The agency oughta tesla to provide data about the software that the company calls full self driving and expressed concern the test that might be preventing customers from sharing safety information with the agency. Tessler only can to try and head this off at the pass. So knits open their investigation. Into why tesla's keep hitting emergency vehicles and then within a very short period of time tesla pushed out an updates over the air to try and mitigate some of these issues was. it's just fortuitous. Timing or were they doing this to try and again had off at the pass a little bit. Now the cynical would say that the minute investigation open. They put some resources into this and solve this problem. It's the same thing that should have been unofficial safety recall. I'm not sure i agree with that. Because they caused her updated over the air. The issue is was it an improvement. So did those calls get better or was it. A safety issue and that was a bit of a stealth three a bit like some of the issues tester of their new company. You know whether it's won't be wheels. Or whatever is a bit of a stealth recall so that anybody we're bringing these calls back in No i don't think. I think that's absolutely fine. My personal opinion on that is the user manual is incredibly kit cliff with tesla's You have to be in control of the vehicle. It doesn't say will slow down if you have autopilot engaged for emergency vehicles. You have to do that. The fact that the software it wasn't doing it and crashing into them. Well the manual does say if you don't pay attention we'll crush into police cost doesn't say those words by the way but you know i mean so actually surely the system got better and they were just upgrading over. The that doesn't sound like you'll recall to me but it does seem as a bit of a What's the word is not vendetta. And it's not. I think it's an increased focus from the the regulates on anything tesla does at the moment. It's certainly not event just gathering data at the moment but those same that singling out because you know other systems can be improved and then classed as a safety recall. But hey the test on the anyone's with level two driving assistance systems. And if you have to issue a full recall every time you improve those systems that does seem crazy to me. What do you reckon. Let me know if it's just me. It seems like test are being unfairly. Treated in this particular instance. Now big knees. I would love this. Love it if it's true. Tesla has released a new mobile app with a few small new features but it also shows that making progress tool delivering remote live view of the cameras on your costs as the electric website. The app update is four point. Two if you're looking out for it there's now big a widgets on ios and this and yu-pao wall features and some quick controls. I love powell as well. All man would allow pow allowed to be. Haven't even tesla bought loved one. Well utility right plans now. Support seasons multiple peak periods and the bind sell energy prices as well some time bice control modes on. The powell is being updated. But what's really interesting is. Some of the source code has been put online on social media by super small hackers and some of the codes suggests the tessler is now close to giving access to the feed from four cameras. That's out of the eight cameras on your vehicle one from each side inside the app and that would be so cool to get a notification if you set it up for particularly any kind of movement now our home security system uses a a kind of a system could unify by ubiquity. It's not one of these ones like ring uploads it to the cloud Sorry i don't trust anybody to store data of who's in and out of my house so we have a. I have a home server. And we have a completely off line security system. It's all stored on a hard drive here and all of our cameras still nights but i have gone app for that system yet uses to facto authentification And i can't get into it so when we're out and about and i get nicer fixation. I can see who's on our driveway and delivery is something else and that's been used for a couple of times. Actually when i've been out and about be amazing if you could do that with your tesla as well if occasion if there's movement and you wouldn't want to on a busy road but sunny if you could look at what's around your car. I mean if you a decent four g connection on you fine and that would just be so cool to see a live view now. There were clearly some security concerns as well like you on a spy on people. You don't be able to park cup outside. Someone's house or whatever. Leave your car there and spy on situations or things like that. That would be uncool to do because if you did that with a video camera and lifted that people will have something to say. So they're all those considerations as well as protection. I'm aware but i still think it'd be so cool to have malakand white till that gets turned on this source code. Being leaked says suggests. It's getting closer all the time next. Tesla's model s plaid has been caught on the number green but this time with active ero and a pretty much a bomb door strapped to the back of this thing rule of it supercop performance. The model s. plaid doesn't really have the performance technology. The supercar would have. But you were talking. Supercop million dollar plus car ra- mats and things like that. The most obvious example is active ero but that might be changing says cost coupes spy photographers on the now beggaring. So this model s. pounding round the nurburgring with a big spoiler on the back moving. So you know when you go into you come off the street. So the the active era will move down the spoilers. It's creating less drag. You could foster on the streets but when you stamp on the brakes this huge spoil it can be seen lifting up as like a giant break if you like on a cross but if you haven't seen active era race cows to slow the car down and give downfalls in the twisty bits now. I don't know so all of the lesser about this. And i read a ton of stuff all the spy photography. I could find today to bring you. This story did show this car pounding round. The nurburgring is a plot. Plus well that was meant to becoming with a thousand one hundred horsepower. Five hundred and twenty. Miles tesla clearly can deliver that car. Avon said well we. The normal plot is good enough so we don't need it but clearly that was relying on the forty six eight thousand. They don't ready so they kind of backed out of that and tried to save a little bit of face but there is something with this car. No where can i find that. It's tesla doing this. Everyone's gonna done too but they could've got five right because it might not be tesla somebody can just by plaid strapper bunch of active era when it and go testing so people assume it's tesla it might be a third party company playing around. Oh maybe because it's you know it's not on trade plates or anything so who knows it's fed to ashim. It might be tesla but hey don't roll out somebody else. Having it'll play active arrow on what. He's an incredible. I'm not sure why we need plot plus apart from the range because the speed is fine. Obviously with the range when you start sit gets cold elevation towing etc. It can kill you range so always get more range if you can articles lucid around now with the five hundred twenty miles the new king. All range is lucid. And so maybe tesla look into use those forty six eighty cells to you. Get that title back. Hey it's fascinating to watch it. We'll see what happens. Talking of tesla expanding. One thing that. I will argue till i'm blue in the face. They do better than anybody else. In that is the supercharging that work expanding cattleman sitting halfway between la and the test. The factory and freeman one of the largest and most popular forty solar locations in the world has inside a vase in twenty seventeen when they launched this it was one of the largest and the first of the solar canopy and powerpack energy storage system as well lounge that you can go and you get the pin code. Come up on your dash to let yourself in to the lounge now. They are adding more. That's going to be fifty six stolz location next also lovie. Three supercharge is two hundred and fifty kilowatt charge speeds that increases the output from both sides next to each other to ninety six stolz. My goodness now. It's different in california where tesla's more common still just cool right and ninety-six stole choice. Which one should. I pick even on busy holiday weekends. When it's going to be busy. I mean still. You're going to have to wait too long for somebody to finish that. Charge ninety-six stolz. Wow because harris raunch they've got eighty stolz as one in central santa monica sixty two stalls fiber has fifty six stolz v. Three's very fast charging in china. There's i seventy two and a sixty four stole. They're both in shanghai. But i only use the veto charges there so look amazing cattleman city getting bigger. That's amazing ninety-six stolen so jealous of tesla drivers. That's brilliant is like the number one two three reason. You should buy one of those costs because the network is so good next. We'll talk about a company go to rock tech lithium announcing the construction of production plant for battery gray lithium hydroxide in brandenburg. That name sounds familiar. Yes it's only a few miles from tesla's plants giga lynn. They're gonna make twenty four thousand tonnes of lithium hydroxide a year about five hundred thousand electric cars worth of the materials as electra. Now rock tekere gem and canadian company headquarters in vancouver and they extract the raw material for the lithium hydroxide from its mining project in ontario and the so-called converted factories now being built in germany. A stone's throw from tesla's facility to refine the resource hundred and sixty jobs being created opening in two thousand. Twenty four and tesla's factory at giga berlin where they will make battery cells as well with forty six eighty cells. There's also a cathode factory nearby by s f That's not far away either. So neither were explicitly mentioned by this company. But clearly if you're choosing to put it putting it next to a cathode factory next to tesla's cell factory is i think it's like sixty kilometers away but really nothing is a pretty good choice up to the story in the nights if you'd like to read more now when it comes to ev's self-driving autonomy etc. Why are you a regular basis so slow well part of the reason why europe has to wait along with the rest of the world full full self driving and we've talked a loss about tesla the first thousand people getting their access to the beta version of. Fasd is because it's so much more favorable to do it in the us. Risks of this kind are accepted by. Us authorities innovations in technology are in principle allowed but not expressly forbidden so by comparison hair in the well no hair because we've left but in the european union in the single market it's requiring approval by the technical authorities. It's called homologation. You can't just put stuff on the market and then seek forgiveness later. He called a beata stuff out there. It's based on specific international standards. It set by a united nations body. It's in geneva and it's called the unbc rights fortune dot com today. We'll fortunate ads the in europe. It's the e. That determines the acceptable pace of deployment and the u. n. e. wants to boil all regulations down to a mathematical formula. And that precisely describes how a self driving car should act in each and every single situation and while that philosophy is increasingly being questioned by some autonomous driving commentators. It's unlikely to change anytime soon. Established comic is like audi have reputations bill over decades and while company like tesla can take more risks and needs to to get that marketshare audis. Oliver hoffmann told fortune when it comes to issues of life and limb. I can't imagine opening up a beater to our customers. Not at all. Not even if they were willing puzzling in the show notes. If you'd like to read more and some good news the television show fifth gear is returning to the u k with vs only. It's not been on screens for a little while. Now former top gear host rory reid. He's going to be the presents. A fifth gave recharged episodes of a weekly on discovery. Plus and quests and it's going to be The show that we love like fifth gear was around for a long time. It's gonna. He's gonna be joined by jason. Plato vicki butler henderson formula and dr occurring chantel brilliant and even the gentlest grace webb. Who my three year. Old toddler likes to watch on. Cb's with grace's amazing machines great news. Yeah fifty is going old electric super good stuff right question off the week with norway dot com when buying a used electric car. How do you feel about servicing. Do you want to look at what the previous person did with the car going back every year to a main dealer or do you not care. I mean tashaun have a service schedule so the call will tell you when something's wrong with it and they'll come to your driveway and fix it. So how do you feel about servicing and used ev. What are you looking forward. Do you care or not email me. Hallo at evening news daily dot com means so much. If you can leave a review for the podcast on apple and on apple podcasts who sits on hopefully sign up as well we see. The show grows all the time and thanks to our premium partners on the patriot. Family that keep the show on the aerobics. Electric future bride. Crosby push of the village in cincinnati audi of cincinnati east volvo costs of cincinnati. Eighth national konczal djing on the us mainland and aloha charge in hawaii. Derek riley from the av review on youtube channel richard at rsvp dot uk for buying and selling vs in the uk and e mobility norway dot com. How's it going cinemark and remember nets. No such thing as a self charging hybrid.
1181: Tesla Under Formal Investigation Over FSD | 16 August 2021
"Coming up on podcast. Eleven hundred eighty one the. Us is now formally investigating tesla over that full. Self-driving claims to talk about it also on the podcast. Today we will have a look at the model. I coming to europe. Gm solution will be for those chevy volt battery problems and why police sevices keep buying electric vehicles. Look good morning good off the good evening wherever you're listening around the world welcomes wavy news daily. It's monday the sixteenth of august. And i go through every story so you don't have to. That's my job saving time. We'll start with news about you know. I don't know what the impacts are going to be about this yet. But i'll bring you the news. We can discuss it later on weight when we've had time to think about it the. Us government has opened a formal investigation into tesla's full. Self-driving claims the depending on who you talk to level two driving assistance. Which is what tesla legal bodies. Legal representatives will say to the regulators and california in the past. They said look. Hey no full self driving. It's just a level. Two driver assistance system. We don't need a license for autonomy. They worry about it and yet sometimes you have any people online. The tesla fans when they talk about it. Say why it's amazing. Your hands don't meant to take your hands off the wheel. It drives itself. Look these full. Self-driving feta wound. It's amazing so i think it's those claims of doing more than it really does which has caused the. Us authorities to look into the investigation has been opened now and it looks at seven hundred. Sixty five thousand vehicles just about everything tesla has sold in the us since the start of the two thousand fourteen model year says npr. They've identified crashes. The national highway traffic safety administration as part of the probe. Seventeen people have been injured and one person has been killed particularly nitsa identifying crashes where tesla whilst being on autopilot or cruise control the traffic away cruise control have hit stationary vehicles. Scenes with first responders have been and it seems to be that is the issue. It's about first responders and it's about vehicles that are on the carriageway helping a situation so those vehicles in these incidents have had flashing lights that had fled flares that had eliminated our boards that had cones warning of hazards and yet the tesla's have still struck ambulances fire engines. Police cars unlike. Fortunately one person has lost their life in the agency now seems to be saying enough is enough. We're going to investigate this and find out why tesla's keep hitting stationary emergency vehicles. It's a sign that the agency and the presidency of joe biden taking toughest says npr a tough stance on automated vehicle safety. It doesn't seem to be a test of a thing. Obviously i've seen the reaction today from the tesla fans who are feeling very picked on today and victimized and and you know a lot of them are crying on social media. But it doesn't seem. I say as a test a thing i say as an automation thing and the government understanding that they can't just let these companies carry on carrying on as they are now some of those the testing forms of autonomy. The are going to be cycled. Self-driving do have licenses. they're small scale. Trials have safety drivers that a highly trained and so it's different just the unveiling beta software. And letting your customers drive it and those kind of issues. So we'll see where this goes. I don't know ultimately. I've been able to find out the news broke. It's been reported. But i've not been able to understand is if they come down against tesla and say no uconn going full. Self-driving because you know you can go to partial self-driving psd you can mock it that you come full self-driving whether they just have to change their marketing terms whether there's a fine if you know like what are the consequence they have to take the software out of those cars remotely. I'd love to know. Because or i can find out is the possible solutions. A recall or enforcement action. But i don't know what that is. So yeah they could recall the cows. They wouldn't do that at the arab state wouldn't they and they would take that software. If it was noncompliant they take out of the cars. The enforcement action is auto night anyway. Cnn reporting Cnn business reporting on the issue saying that's all of the test is in question had the self-driving also pilot feature all the cruise control engaged at the time of these accidents. The stock price prices already fallen five percent in morning trading and all of the accidents happened between two thousand eighteen and july tenth. Twenty twenty one. The national transportation safety board is a separate agency. They investigate plane crashes fatal accidents. They found autopilot partly to blame in twenty eighteen in a accident. That killed tesla drive. But they didn't have the authority to actually come down hard on comedy because they can make advisory recommendations which they have done to the nhtsa on which they haven't been paid attention to but maybe this inquiry is as a result of all of those things stacking up. I'll give it on that story and try and bring you like an impartial vehicles. That tends to be a lot of people who live. And hey tesla and not many people straight down the middle of the aisle if you know what i mean incites to get an unbiased just factual reporting on this. But i'll do my best to do that over the next few days. What what will it mean. How long will this investigation take. What does it mean for you. And i the people the drive electric vehicles. I don't drive a tesla but very interested to know where this one goes up. Close stories in the show nights next the indian manufacturer. All electric is showing off. It's new electric scooter available in two variants. The s. one on the pro. The new models only gonna be for the indian market by all going to be exports as electric dot com today. Eight point five kilowatt. Motor top speed of ninety ks for the s one and one hundred ten k. Ph for the s. One pro up to one hundred eighty one kilometers of range as well at i. Four kilowatt hour battery on the s. one pro and i'm really interested in this not because i think i'll maybe by an all electric. I brought you the story as developed over the last few months because it seems to be a vehicle which is called lots of imaginations there have been electric scooters before but this one seems to have captured imaginations the one and the s. one pro coming in that multiple of bright colors a bit like there's old iphone ads when you first had the colorful iphones. Their advertising like that that he's poverty a lifestyle thing you can get it in whatever color you want to express yourself. The pro is the equivalent of about fourteen. Maybe fifteen hundred euros. One hundred thirty thousand rupees. So we carry. I'm watching that story. And when they'll start to expose them who knows hyundai and kia all our investors by the way up drive in the show notes if you'd like to read more. Let's talk about the testimony. Hawaii coming to europe only because i have a personal interest. Please make some right. Hand drive versions. I'd really like one. The qasr model wise coming to europe the company saying tesla saying today that eight thousand two hundred and ten on their way to europe. Of course my aid in giga shanghai. The first time they've exported the electric suv from shanghai to customers outside of the country. And it's fantastic news here. In europe we finally get left. Left-hand-drive dr so. I am still envious of some muddle. Wise making their way into tesla showrooms and into galleries and whatever. It is in your country whether they are allowed to sell qasr or not. They are being shown off to customers. And hopefully i don't know if anyone have been any been delivered to customers yet. Hopefully i'll get some reports from listeners of this podcast. You see if it's you directly. I'd love to know but if you see on on social send it onto on email tweet or something like that and we can report on the show when those final final customers get hold of their model y and yeah right hand. Drive place mr mosques. Please come on so he sell out. It's not just just stop all over to the other side. It's where the steering wheel should be anyway. Come on now. Let's talk about gm replacing battery modules in some chevy bolts. This is written by showing graham in an electric article which is titled an exclusive article to electric hopefully writing the final chapter in the battery bolt saga these bolts of been a bursting into flames. Gm is set to start replacing all modules in some chevy bowl. V batteries within weeks electric. How to sit down with a spokesperson from gm to get more dates aisles on the program not been a good year for pr for gm and their battery supply l. g. lg hitting in hit in terms of the reputation. It's it's all gm isn't it. It's bowl owners. They know they might know the. Lg got the batteries inside. But it's gm that takes reputational damage on this and then not anyone's recalls hyundai don rickles before on the cone of the ionic and the city buses as well but this bolt issue seems to be one. That won't go away and there's been a us recall for these vehicles and good news today. According to the electric interview they did telling gm spokesman telling them. They've informed owners the starting on august twenty third a week away from that. They can book appointments to have all of the modules in their batteries replaced with new ones and a new eight year. One hundred thousand mile warranty now. That's not a full battery replacement by the way but it is about as good as you can get without a full battery replacement having those modules replaced anything. That doesn't look right on the diagnostics. There's a big caveat. This announcements which electric do get to owners with bolts produce during the time period where gm suspects the battery manufacturing defects. Were president are going to get the priority and then owners who always do deep discharges need all of the range in their vehicle. Gm has onstar telemetry. And they'll be able to see that. And if you do use all of your battery every day you'll be able to get higher up the priority list trying to get those people that are more risk than those people who don't charge very often happy to eighty percent not below twenty percent for instance industry kind of batteries with kid gloves that taking this action they say. I have an abundance of caution to ensure the old defective modules are replaced sent back to gm and lg for analysis. They wanna find out exactly. What the defects are what's causing this issue and to make sure that customers are happy and delighted with the vehicles they've got it's been an ongoing saga and it just is such good news for bolt owners to finally get some resolution. People want parking that car at home. He won't even charging that car mccown sleep at night because they worried about it. Hopefully those people are going to be treated right. L. papa linked to the electric article. It's a long obstacle. I recommend you read it fascinating stuff to to have a look at right. Coming up on the podcasts. Mary similar emergency services buying electric vehicles because they are just better and new charges for australia's stick around hotel. You more now. We'll talk about honda and toyota opposing. The tax credit in the us hondurans have both spoken out against the union based provision. There's a new tax credit proposal in the senate finance committee proposals making substantive changes to the current tax credit. Which the minute in the us max's out seven and hundred thousand dollars. It's going to go up to twelve and a half thousand dollars by adding credit for those vehicles made in the. Us by unionized labor. That's five grand on top of what you get off of the vehicle. Now it's not. It's not a cash on the hood deal. It's is money off next year's tax bill. The credit for vehicles built in the. Us hasn't raised any public issue yet. But it's all about the unionized bits of it. That's toyota and honda opposing. According to also blog dot com. Honda said and i quote our production associates in alabama georgia. Indiana and ohio deserve fair treatment from congress and should not be penalized for that choice of a workplace and quote toyota. Had this to say. And i quote. This policy would unfairly discriminate against american also. Work is based on their choice of whether to unionize turds employees have already sent. Nearly ten thousand letters to members of congress he represented them saying as an american tax payer and as a constituent. I ask that you stand up for me and my family an oppose this discriminates every proposal and quote. What of course if you are honda. Tesla use non unionized labor. You are going to be against this if you are one of the big comic. That uses unionized labor. You're going to be absolutely for biden. His you know for a long time been supported by the unions. I understand why he'd be fighting full them. It's a deeply political issue as well and very subjective depending on where your politics stand on unions and things like that so it's going to rumble on weight and next. We'll talk about toyota. The be said four x is their electric car and whenever there's a new electric car people will say always a tesla killer but kabo says this is a million miles away from being a tesla killer so next year will release the bees at four x. Hopefully with not that name. Because it's deeply horrible. But it won't be a sales hit says kabas to europe see matthew said that the bees said for x is going to be a low volume seller. Oh there's a bit of ambition for you to come into the market saying we're gonna make an av but we think anyone's gonna buy it. Jesus that company is going on unbelievable a bit like the round four in plugging foam people want them but it to build enough of them. The route four was the best selling non pickup truck model in the us ranked fifth in crossover sales in year. People love the raffle in plug in version and throws it would make more. They would absolutely sell more as for their all electric bs that for x so it's a europe. Ceo saying we're think anyone's going to buy it. It'll be low volume seller. I guess times they sell so many millions of cows in probably the low volume seller but talk about a self fulfilling prophecy. They'll make it mobile by well. We made any day now on both. Say what can we say. Here's a so-called self charging hybrid. We own. There's no such thing as that by vw in the news next ide- threes being so to police forces and they rather like them. The lowest saxony police force. In germany's getting two hundred and fifteen ide- threes by one hundred and seventy-five plug in hybrid passat. Gt as of course. This is in germany. So i'm not surprised looking on their doorstep for electric vehicles. They're all being added with things like blue lights and the police radios and then not the permanent lights. They're the ones that you can donate little little cable. You can fling out the window and magnetically sticks to the top of the collar when you need to those little single flashing blue lights and they're being delivered to the area of lower saxony in hanover. And i always get these names wrong. And i was at my gym and listeners so i could try and say gutting bruins. Feick brown's feick Lunenberg nin bug oldenburg osnabruck. I'm sure i've got one of those wrong. I don't mean to get places wrong in germany. i'd seen a blind spot for them. So that's great news for vw. Selling electric vehicles into police forces and we sail on in the. Us they buy that. First tesla whether it's a three or why and go. Hey this is great. People were like. Oh you know you'll do a police chase in. The battery will run out. But it doesn't happen. It's all they charge back of the station. Nice and cheap to run less maintenance jobs. Gooden ego in the. Us is announcing new plans new loyalty programs and a pricing pilot in california as well. The company's rolling out location based pricing customers in san francisco and los angeles to the new. We'd be av go. Plus subscription on looks they discounted rights. But if it's heavy uses vigo expanding they rewards program nationwide as well you earn five points. Every dollar spent on charging with ego with an opportunity to an extra points which can lead to free charging sessions. they're also launching different pricing options to suit different driving patterns as well in new geographies and by charging by the kilowatt hour and location based pricing drivers pay for the energy they use a rate that reflects the costs related to the location and the local utility rates. And even the time of day in the kind of grid that's being used to make those electrons pop lincoln the show notes if you'd like to read more more than three hundred. Fos charges rolling outs across australia. Tritium is the alsi developer and manufacturer of these false charges announcing today signed the deal with e. v. networks e e e eighty networks stole more than three hundred of fifty kilowatt false charges across australia deployed over the next two years one hundred fifty different locations to charges of edible at h sites and fifty kilowatt unit. So look not the latest greatest fast chargers. But what you need when you need it w fifty kilometers apart and they can add fifty kilometers in ten minutes and they'll be close enough to allow for road trips and not too far apart. So that's great news for my australian listeners. And so much more needs to be done down under to get the cars on the road. The infrastructure is that you've got one of the great global makers of av charging hardware in tritium those units. I always find. Maybe i'm lucky. Maybe it's the visa idrive just always walk then again. A lot of the new stuff. I find very very good than you. Ab stuff very good as well but the tritium stuff just always seems to be brilliant finally will end with they motor trend. Article or about the bmw. I four they call it. Bmw's most mainstream evey yet. and well. i wouldn't be hard really would it. Because the i three looked kind of funky and wouldn't really be mainstreamed as the i x three but not sold in the us so the i four is a sedan rather and than an suv. And they say it's going to be a very important car to bmw's lineup. They say this is looking like it's going to be a really attractive car. For so many people bill. Bmw's platform underpinning range of cast three hundred miles of range. 536 brake horsepower. There's a ridge drive code. The idrive forty the i four idrive forty. That's the range winner but if you got the cash and you wanna splash it. M fifty is what you want. You still get two hundred forty five miles out of eighty four kilowatt hour battery. Two hundred kilowatt dc fast charging. But you want the fifty version because it is quick jewell motor five hundred thirty six horse power nor to sixty three point nine seconds and they always on the play as well. The german manufacturers. It'll be less than three point. Nine can't wait to drive on myself in the us the frosting starts at fifty six three nine five that is going to be. I think an early. I think an early twenty two delivery for the bmw. I falls correct me. If i'm wrong if anyone has inside knowledge and that's your podcast with that. I no question of the week this week. With immobility norway dot com. I had no burning question. I didn't want to force it. Feel free to send me any ideas if you want so. We'll rest it for a week. It'll be back on sunday. We're going to take a short break for a couple of days. And i don't know what my release schedule is going to be like because i might take a mike with me. We're taking a baby kind of camping for a couple of days. It's just location. We have been away early. This year went to milberg. Cottages in north devon five star gold self-catering cottages they sponsored this podcast and so that was our our first holiday this year for two days. But we're gonna go away again for two three days this week now so again. I don't know how much time will have. I'm gonna take the laptop in a mike. Maybe you'll hear me recording podcasts. The next few days from the seat of an av told you vm. Driving this week the cone has gone back so sad so sad. I love the coda. Ultimate spec was nice but anyway a new one in the driveway. And i'll talk about it soon. Be no question of the week this week. And if i do get delayed on releasing the costs i'll let you know social media channels. What the schedule is going to be looking like. Thank you as always to i patriot. Premium partners filled robots of electric future. Check them out at e af dot energy up right website night so simple. That's a crackle. Efl energy brad crosby porsche of the village in cincinnati audi of cincinnati east volvo cars of cincinnati east national judging on the us mainland and aloha charge in hawaii. Derek riley from the easier of you on youtube channel richard at rsvp dot co dot uk the buying selling evasion the e mobility norway dot com. Have a good see you tomorrow. Maybe it'll be like anyway horsham. There's no such thing as a self charging hybrid.
Porsche Building Its Own Charging Network | 17 Mar 2021
"Coming up on show one zero two four porsche building. Their own charging network. Is it how it sounds. We'll find out on the podcast that i stick around also today g. lee building a five billion dollar battery factory. Why ford getting av transit on the road. And by tesla battery supply. Panasonic says. it's not you it's me. Well good morning good afternoon or good evening wherever you're listening in the world. Welcome to ep news daily for wednesday seventeenth of march. I'll be some patrick's day. My name is mawson late. And i got through. Ab story to save you time. So you know half they. This is why. Do all day long to save you. Time to bits of housekeeping. By the way the podcast feed is fixed. I could see that. We were down by about four thousand listeners. An episode oh dear spotify wasn't working I heart and some others as well. Thank you to our podcast. Host called lipson within a few hours of me putting a ticket to say help they found an errant character as they described it in one of the the the show notes which is basically might import podcast systems like spotify. Flip out an update. So if you've been wondering what's going on my be hearing again that's why a second housekeeping tomorrow should be our four millionth download of the podcast. Should be the way that Things going right now We should four million unique downloads. That'd be awesome just the audio version as well including youtube. That amazing i write well kickoff with news of geely. Of course the company behind it volvo and pollstar et cetera Jelly will poor five billion. Almost five billion dollars into building an electric battery plant in china. As the country's top privately-owned mak- moves more aggressively to bolster their vm visions. In the world's largest market says cnn dot com. Today we'll jelly is investing four. Point six billion dollars into a battery factory in guangzhou city in eastern china. According to the statement released on sunday over the weekend by local government officials. The factory is going to have a capacity of making batteries. Forty two gigawatt hours a year so was similar to what it similar tamed. scale to. Factories like Geminis volks vulcan. Which is building their own battery factories in europe On their own. Some with partners as well jelly confirmed in a statement on its way chats account that it signed the agreement over the weekend adding that had been working with the pharisees energy battery company. Once again. another av mak- they're looking further up the supply chain and thinking. We need to do more of this ourselves. It's an interesting trend phenomenon in the world of vs that didn't really manifest itself in making Piston cows because so many bits could be brought in from supplies and assemble by comic but more and more companies saying batteries not so much motors electronics. But not even chips in silicon but batteries as the differentiator. And the thing that you really really want to have control over. If you're going to be making a very interesting okay. Moving on we'll talk about where you can and can't sell cars one of the biggest head scratches i find about the. Us market the land of the free. Quite free to sell a car any way you want. So if you want to sell a car in texas you might be prohibited from selling directly to consumers and not just in texas but many places around the us. But tesla might soon get the green light to sell direct to customers. A new proposed state law with carve-outs treatment for sutton come because of vs allowing them to skirt. The texas regulations requiring all also sales to be funneled through a third party franchise dealership says the statesman dot com website. So a tesla that building a one billion dollar factory in southeast travis county and it's going to open later this year. It's looking remarkably finished already. Is the biggest name potential fishery of this new bill. Although it would also be a boon to growing number of lesser known as the makers following a similar business model c. tesla forgoes potty franchise dealerships. They own all of their real estate. They're service centers. And if you wanna go and have a look at a car you can. But they'll prefer you to buy it. Online is all done direct with tesla. It's for years to get. The rules changed without success. So far in the past. However tesla hasn't been in the midst of building a major factory this gonna employ five thousand people and sparked significant amounts of follow on investments and Lots of people looking at texas now going well for silicon valley company. Like tesla can move. There may be so can we. I expect that bill to be waved through problems. Atoll i'm sure you'll be able to buy ak- car in texas and go and get it from tesla's factory where the thing was made a next. We'll talk about four. The transit alleging dream name here and no electric transit coming. Twenty twenty three four today confirming the next gen for transit custom range will include an all electric model in addition to plug in hybrid mild hybrids and pace The new custom range which includes a van and the tornado custom which is a people move goes into production beginning of two twenty three still two years away from that at all. Electric version of both models will be part of the range. Ford said last month. Airing thai commercial vehicle range will be what was that phrase zero emission capable right so that means going reasonable distance on battery. So i think that's gonna plug in hybrids that and full electrics of course by twenty twenty four. That was the deadline they gave with. Two thirds of ford's commercial vehicle sales expected to be electrical plug in hybrid by the end of the decade. All right let's move on and tritium a fine charging hardware company and now launching software to unlock plug in charge coming off a year that provoked to prove to be pivotal pivotal for the electric ability. Industry tritium has launched a new software update for the fast chargers that dc charges and it enables plugging charge technology. Globally this software update allows me that supports plug in charge. So we're looking at you porsche. Take on we're looking at you mustang. Mac we're looking at you anything on the emmy be platforms like i d. Three d four not turned on from vw. Yet that's coming later this year. They say it enables you to pull up to a charge and communicate with seamlessly. Well you don't. Your car does Authorizing payments from your accounts without needing to waive a card. Or get your mobile phone out of your pocket and start logging into apps in the rain. If you got any palace word brilliance password resets. Email doesn't arrive yet. We've been that i've been. I've been plugging josh technology. Promises to reshape the customer experience. They say well not not reshaping the customer experience for anyone. That's coming from tesla because that's being the customer experience of just driving up to charge plugging in and just walking away. Not even like tesla. Ronas other the ones i know if you see people plugging in they plug in and walk away. The rest of us hova by a charger just off expecting it to era. Okay stop start again. Plug it in so this is what plugging charge promises. But it doesn't always work seamlessly as owners of found out and it need the rough. Edges smoothed offer embers while the standard around the world is a bit of a frankenstein's monster protocols pulled together and this is yet another one layered on top. There's something like twenty around twenty basic steps. The car on a charger. Do when you first plug it in like their headline steps. I think if you drill down. There's like thirty or forty different things that happened between you pulling up to a charger and your car actually charging it's not a case of just plugging the soccer in. There's lots of stuff to do with safety and checking the everything's ready as well as the car saying okay. I'm ready to accept this amounts of charge on the charges. Saying oh i can give you this amount of charge and if you had a good bye. Yeah i've been a right today. Chat for a while some of them for longer than others and even during the charging prices of course there's a constant communication between the car on the charges. Give me a little bit less. Power on the okay. I can give you some. That's pow plugging charges coming. And that's a very good thing because we can just drive vs that plug in plug into the charge leave it and it just happens magically mixed porsche. A betting on silicon and premium high power charging areas free visa. Volkswagen wants to focus on scale and cost with its unified cell. I told you about on the the special program all about power day. Go and check out a couple of days ago. That's not the main concern. That porsche has the german car maker will benefit from volks vulcans platform for cells but its customers a more worried about performance. That's why pour is betting. On silicon of the anna hoods and planning a high power charging area for ev- as according to inside vase. All the blame is the c. O talked about these plans at the power day. By volkswagen. silicon provides big advantages graphite such as the capacity to store ten times more lithium ions much lower lithium plating and the possibility use thin layers of material reduces the white at the same time in a low as internal resistance. State of the ourselves would have a goal to be thirty percent lights going into portions in the future and twenty five percent less internal resistance. That's good less heat. Fast charging and forty percent more recuperation region as well but the headline story. Today porsche wants to build. Its own private charging network. What do you think of this idea in. A move similar to tesla's supercharging that work porsche announced his building. Its own proprietary. Charging network for customers says electric porsches following tesla's laden announcing their own network to complement one of those third party networks. You can use like in. Your publisher is planning. Its own fast. Charging stations alongside the most important major highways and motorways offering portion customers only a high-quality fully brand judging experience while complimenting ion itsy a unique design will showcase the special character of porsche's fast charging stations to the outside world. The german automaker says the h station will have between six and twelve charging points and be three hundred and fifty kilowatt charges. Oh oliver blum. Said and i quote an important pre requisite for electric mobility is fast and convenient challenging. That's why we are currently working on the details of a concept for our own false charging stations. we'll select attractive locations for these in order to offer our customers. The most comfortable and fastest long distance travel experience possible and quote. What do you think of this idea. So my first reaction read the story is. It's a bad idea. We need fewer silos not more. We need more great charges that anyone can use especially these really fast ones now. Can you imagine if the test the supercharging network ask long been rumored is opened up to at least one if not more third parties. Can you imagine being a tesla if all your own wife so long and all of a sudden u-turn up to a super charging station and you can't plug in because there's a vw plugged into the last station of pulling seconds before you will be furious like the supercharging network as much as mr mosque. Insists he hates moats and only wants the best thing for the industry. He wants everybody to be driving electric cars. He's very altruistic like that. it's nonsense the supercharging. That work is the biggest motive. All it's one of the best things about being a tesla roadster it just works It's actually pretty cheap as well. So we'll ever open up. Maybe that's the rumor. And why would polish. Now be going down the road. The test they to do because there was nobody else doing it. But now there's plenty of other people building charges. We're doing a ten years ago. So i can see the upside though if these are. These are genuine porsche. Charges the locked to portion. I suspect they won't be. I suspect they'll be false charges on a network like if you've got the card you can use it so if you're an audi e tron drive a porsche driver you know someone maybe even from the volkswagen family or maybe just like having an exclusive members club that would make sense still. It would sting if you're desperate for a charge and you pull up to a charger and you plug in always not working. Because i have the right type of car like that doesn't happen with fuel stations. So i don't think you can happen with v. Charging stations equally. If i bought a new one hundred hundred and fifty grand porsche and i knew the ana very fast route. That was a bunch of porsche. Supercharging stations whatever they call them and i could plug in or pull in and they'll probably going to be some vacant and going to be really fast and only for people with a similar the same car you know. I'd probably like that. I don't agree it. But i'm probably like that a and know. Could it mean as well the porsche by by owning needing to work with their own cars their own software. Vw software could in some way in the the charging experience is an optimal one. So no loss. Charges billings easy. No failed attempts at the start. That would also be a positive big story today. And i'm just not convinced there so few ports on the road that they're going to be building stills of twelve high-powered charges only tycoons and the rest of the range. They'll get sick but we'll see and finally tesla's battery supplier panasonic says. I think we should start seeing of the people. She non-exclusive panasonic is supply. Tesla as far back as the startup days the name panasonic and tesla go hand in hand. They even run nevada's gigafactory together but the two companies have been changing over recent years. They kind of. I'll bet now that friends with benefits but tesla wants to rely less on panasonic and they are doing deals have done deals with many others. Which is a big change to how they used to behave now. Panasonic wants the same says to lock nick. A hero suge panasonic's upcoming chairman and ceo ex ceo told the financial times. The panasonic wants to supply more calm with batteries because panasonic is evolving. He acknowledged during the interview. The panasonic's to produce batteries for tesla only left disadvantage. Because it's batteries and not compatible with other vs. Well i mean they are compatible. They work but they also injured cells of a sudden shape and size and nobody else really uses them racking my brains thinking with the ones that use pouch cells and which ones use a little hard boxes called prison. Matic's but the twenty one seven t cells. Somebody must use them anyway. I'll get back to you and vats podcast for today. There are one thousand and twenty three shows in the archive. You ought to check it out. You can check out the blog. Av dot news poll shows. Hopefully you is what you find it. Not least tell me. We'll get onto it Patriots how we support the show. How you support my work Reo dot com slash evening news daily. Thank you are premium part still robots electric future bride. Crosby porsche of the village aim. Cincinnati audi of cincinnati as two volvo cars of cincinnati east national coaching dot com and allow charge dot com a derek riley from the aviano of youtube channel and richard at. Rsc that cutoff of buying and selling me ub's in the uk have a wonderful day tomorrow. And oh yeah d- remember. There is no such thing as a self charging hybrid.
Word of the day: Ultradian cycling
"Every disorder has its obscure terminology and the word of the day from the international bipolar conferences ultra in cycling. If, you've registered. DSM You knew it. Rapid cycling means, and you know that it's not that rapid it only takes four episodes a year to qualify for this bipolar specifying when the speed turns up a notch, it's called ultra rapid cycling, which means at least four episodes in a month so weekly episodes then there's all trillion cycling which is the fastest form of mood cycling known to humankind all tritium means more than an hour, but less a day, so patients with all trillion cycling have mood episodes that change in less than a twenty four hour period. Think of it as daily mood cycles. Robert, post, who's responsible for the kindling, hypothesis of bipolar disorder, was the first to describe all trillion cycling in the nineteen eighties. When he saw it on the nimh inpatient unit. He didn't believe it was real at first. At the time, most psychiatrists thought that cycles that frequent were due to personality disorder rather than a mood disorder. And while and cycling is often seen in borderline personality disorder, a few things stood out in these cases that led post to believe it was due to bipolar. One the patients had long periods of doing well without signs of personality disorder like unstable relationships. To the brief ultra mood episodes did not seem triggered by external events although they can be. Three the cycling responded often completely to mood stabilisers and sometimes got worse with antidepressants. When mood episodes cycle whether it's every month or every day they can cycle in all directions, so you may not see the classic up and down of and depression. Just having four depressed episodes in a year would qualify as rapid cycling by Paula. Even if the patient never went above the line into mania or Hypo mania. In all trillion and cycling, you're likely to see swings into irritability, impulsivity, anxiety and depression. It's also called Oltra ultra rapid cycling. Although it's now recognized that moods can change within a day in bipolar disorder. All trillion cycling is not without controversy. Some would prefer to classify it as mixed state. DSM Five does not require that mannequin. Depressive symptoms overlap at exactly the same time to qualify for a mix state as long as they happened within the same week. That's enough and when you see a patient in a mix state, you're likely to see some ultra and cycling. Most often, they have depressive symptoms in the morning and manic ones at night. To summarize for rapid cycling seasonal quarterly for episodes year. ultra-rapid is weekly at least four per month and I'll trillion cycles change within a day. Often these faster episodes happen when rapid cycling goes untreated and speeds up. And when you see any of these cycling's, the first step in treatment is reduced things that can cause rapid cycling, and it's the same things that cause ultra cycling, an ultra rapid cycling. Those are antidepressants, drugs of abuse firearms, abnormalities and irregular sleep schedules as well as big stress. Rapid cycling is thought to respond better to anti convulsants than lithium, but there are lots of exceptions to that rule. Robert Post has published some promising results on calcium channel blockers like nemoto pain in the faster ultra rapid and ultra and forms of these cycles. Tomorrow was the last out daily series on bipolar. An update on the mind gut connection, the results of ninety three clinical studies that tested whether you can treat depression by improving the microbiome. If you like waking up to a daily episode, let us know by leaving the review podcast store and we'll try to keep pace. We'll have more updates in print issue, including unpublished results on a new medication for bipolar depression, but that's an upcoming issue. podcast listeners can get thirty dollars off the annual subscription for the promo code podcast all in caps he'll subscription will earn you continuing education credits and help us stay free of industry support.
New Hints of Hypothetical Axion Particles
"Love this podcast support this show through the ACOSS support a feature. It's up to you. How much give and there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the show description to support now. This is space time? Series Twenty Episode Sixty Four for broadcast on the twenty sixth of June. Twenty twenty, coming up on space time new hints of Hypothetical Axiom Particles Solo over that makes its first close approach to the Sun. New Water, hunting, lunar, rover all that and more coming up on Space Time? Welcome to Space Time We'd Stewart Gary? Scientists with International Zena collaboration of come up with an exciting year results that just might be opening a window on a hypothetical particle core, the axiom which has been linked dark matter dark matter is a mysterious invisible substance to make up some eighty five percent of all the matter in the universe, although they have no idea what it is, scientists know dark matter exists because they can measure its gravitational influence on normal Barry onic matter, the stuff that stars planets, houses, cars, and people are made from the quest to find out exactly what dark matter is remains one of sciences biggest challenges. Now a report on the pre press physics website archives dot org claims the world's most sensitive dark matter. Experiment known as The Zealand won. T has come up with some surprising exists events which could help in the search now the authors don't claim to a found dark matter, but instead say they've observed some unexpected rates of events which all I simply can't explain. The signature of the success is similar to. To what one might expect from a tiny residual amount of tritium, which is a radioactive hydrogen isotope, comprising a Proton and two neutrons, but it could be a sign of something more exciting such as the existence of along hypothesized product, called the axiom or possibly even an indication of previously unknown properties of Neutrinos, the won t experiment was operated between Twenty Six hundred and twenty eighteen at the world's largest. Laboratory DIPLO ILISE GRANT SASSA. Are the prime suspect for dark matter are wimps weakly interacting massive particles, wimps, these long hypothesized axioms, or they could be new types of neutrinos. Something completely different. The thing is we just don't know, but thanks to xenon one t experiments like it. Physicists are now narrowing down the likely mass range where this theoretical particle could be hiding. In addition, the data Zeno one TS also sensitive to different types of new particles and interactions, which could explain other open questions in physics in fact last year using the same detector, the same team of scientists published observations of the Rarest Nikolay. The K. ever measured nature it simplest terms. The Zeno won T. detector is a huge tech food with some three. Three point, two tons of ultra pure liquified Xenon, two tons of which served as a target for panicle interactions. The idea is a go would fly through space crash into the earth, not from above, but from below from the other side of the planet fly through the core that said weekly interactivity spotted spe continue up through the metal, the crossed and through the scene on one t to tick up from below very occasionally, one of these particles would strike one of the scene on atoms in the process releasing a photon of light and free electrons. Further receptors positioned around the edges of the tank within the tick. These interactions leading physicists know something's happened now. The game here is that most of these interactions occur from paddock that are already known to exist. Scientists have to eliminate these and estimate the number of background events in zero one to experiment, and this is where it gets interesting when the data from the one tate was compared with non backgrounds, a surprising excess of fifty, three of its over the expected to under the thirty two events was observed, and that raises the question exactly, where is this excess coming from now? What explanation could be a new previously unconsidered source of background caused by the presence of tiny amounts of tritium in on won T to tech to? See Tritium spontaneously the case by emitting an electron with an energy similar to that that was observed that would take just a few treaty madams per every ten to the twenty five Zine Adams to explain the success trouble is there's no current independent measurements that can confirm or disprove the presence of tritium at that level within the detector, so a definitive answer to this explanation isn't yet possible that more excitingly another explanation could be the existence of a new particle. In fact, the excess observed just happens. NAVID Energy Spectra very similar to that, which is expected from axioms produced in the. The Sun Assuming of course in the first place that axioms exist see accidents, hypothetical particles that are supposed to preserve a time reversal symmetry of the nuclear force and the Sun could be strong source of them now while these solar actions wouldn't be dark, matter candidates, their detection with Nicholas Mac, the first observation of a will murder evaded, but as yet never before observed class of neat particles, and that would have a massive impact on sizes, understanding of physics and more importantly, other axioms produced in the universe could be the source of matter, and if we have developed the technology, take. Take them that happens the way to all sorts of other interesting experiments, for example axioms, a thought to be the only product that can travel faster than the speed of light that certainly one theory scientists would like to test now. Alternatively the excess could be didn't neutrinos weekly Interactive Subatomic particles trillions of which pass through your body on hinted and unnoticed for second, the idea is the magnetic murmured of Neutrinos May, we'll be larger than the value given in the standard model of elementary particles that'd be quite revolutionary and means there will be some knee. Physics needed to explain it now. Now of these three worthy explanations considered by the non collaboration, the observed excess is most consistent with the idea of a solar axion signal. That's really exciting now. Let's put that in statistical terms this summer. axion hypothesis has a significance of three point five sigma meaning. There's only about a two in ten thousand chance that this observed exist could be jaded just some random fluctuation in the background rather than clear signal now while the sounds fairly high, it's still not large enough to conclude that actions exist for example. Physicists wouldn't confirm the Higgs Boson, and they achieved a five sigma significance. Meanwhile. The significance of Bertha Tritium and the train magnetic moment hypotheses also correspond to fairly high levels of significance around three pointers, Sigma meaning that both of these are also consistent with the data, but just not quite the same extent as the axiom hypothesis Zeno one ts now upgrading to its next phase, the Zenana nt which have an active zine mess him three times larger, an background that's correspondingly expected to be much lower than that. That of the on won t with a better data expected from non anti Brazil collaborations confident. They'll soon find out whether this access is merely a statistical fluke, background, contamination or something far more exciting, any paddock or interaction that goes beyond known physics. This is space time still the come saw that makes it. I close approach to the sun and Nash's new water, hiding Lunar Rover all that and more still to come on space time. Only. Alone. The. European Space Agency solar. A little bit of spacecraft is undertaken. It's I close approach to the Sahn reaching a comfortable seventy seven million kilometers from the visible solid surface in the week, following hilly, closest openly position to the sun mission managers tested the spacecraft's ten science instruments, including six onboard telescopes, which acquired close up images of the sun in unison for the first time, so over the project scientist Daniel. Mula says these images are the closest David taking office son. My high resolution images were taken by four major solar telescope. Telescope in Hawaii this year, but of course that was from the ground, so it had to do with atmosphere which blocked out much of the solar spectrum, visible from Space Nassar's Parkas Sola probe launched back in two thousand eighteen. We'll be making closer prejudice to the sun, but it doesn't carry telescopes capable of looking directly at the sun on the other hand solo orbiters, ultra-violet imaging telescopes have the same special resolution as those of Nestled Dynamics Conservatory which takes high resolution images of the sun from an close to worth. Being fifty cent closer means solar orbit is observations already have twice the resolution? The primary objectives of these early images is to prove that solo over this telescopes are ready for feature. Scientific Observations on the spacecraft will be flying much closer to the sun than it's Cardo of it than you. Images collected complimentary data from various parts of the sun, including the foot has vero visible solar surface, the corrosion or atmosphere of the sun, and the White, a more rarefied helius fair around. Scientists will also analyze data from the foreign situ instruments that measure properties in the environment around the spacecraft, such as the magnetic field, and the pilot was making up the solar wind. It's the first time so OBA's in situ instruments have operated at such a close distance to the sun, providing a unique insight into the structure and composition, the solar wind solar orbiter launched on February the tenth and is now completed. Its commissioning phase at is not convinced. It's cruise phase which will last. Last until November twenty, twenty one during the main science face that follows the spacecraft will get as close as forty two million kilometers to the sun surface, which is closer than the planet, Mercury solar orbiter will reaches next perihelion in early twenty, twenty one, but during its first close approach during its main science face, twenty twenty, two solar orbit will swoop within forty eight million kilometers of the sand surface mission managers will then begin using the gravity of Venus as a sort of gravity. Gravity assist slingshot shifting the spacecraft's orbit out of the ecliptic plane, which is the imaginary plan around the Sun, upon which the planets in the solar system over these fly by maneuvers will enable solar orbit to look at the Sun from high latitudes in the process. Gets I ever property of its polls? Steady the activity, the polar regions will help scientists better understand the behavior of the sun's magnetic field, which is important with drugs, the creation of the solar wind which in turn affects. Affects the environment of the entire solar system since the spacecraft's currently some one hundred and thirty four million kilometers from Earth it's GonNa take around a week for the perihelion images to be downloaded for the European space. Agency's thirty five made a deep space and tearing Argentina the science teams will impress images before releasing them to the public in mid-july, meanwhile data from in situ instruments will also be made public later. This shea falling careful calibration of the individual senses this space time. Still the NASR's new water hunting Luna Russia and China launches a major cyber attack targeting Australia. Oh, that mall still to come on space time. NASHES developing and you water seeking Lunar Robotic Rover, which could be exploring the moon, South Pole within three years the vitals investigating Polar Exploration Rover Viper will help pave the way for the return of humans, the Lunar Surface, twenty, twenty four up the US three mission. The program is being developed by NASA using Cyril Commercial American, spaceflight companies and international partners, including the European Space Agency Asia Jackson the Japan Aerospace Exploration, agency the Canadian Space Agency and Acer. Acer the Australian Space Agency. In twenty, twenty four Adams three will launch aboard NASA's new super heavy lift SOS rocket will carry a crew four aboard Nasr's new deep-space Orion capsule to the first modules of the new Gateway Space Station, which is situated near Rectilinear Halo over between the Earth and moon, once docked to gateway to of the atom is three crew members will pre-position human landing system spacecraft for the final leg of the journey from gateway. Gateway down to the lunar surface will remain for up to seven days landing in advance of the human crew will be small flotilla spacecraft, carrying supplies, equipment and scanning out the surrounding area. The water seeking viper robotic, rover will be part of that project to develop a sustainable long-term presence on the moon, though by Pittsburgh Company Astor Body, the two hundred million dollars, four World Viper will use the company's own Griffith. Landa the travel to the lunar? Lunar surface during its one hundred th day mission, the five hundred kilogram box shaped robot will run them over civil kilometers using it scientific payload to sample various soil environments versions of it three, what one hundred instruments of flying to the moon over the next couple of years in order to test that performance on the lunar. Surface Pride Vipers Arrival Viper will also have drilled designed to bow down or at least the mater into the lunar surface. Necessary administrative science. Thomas Zurbuchen says the agency's decision to send scientific payloads on a matter of small spacecraft to the moon over the next few years in order to test the instruments that will eventually be used on Viper. Is Attorney Creative Way to advance lunar exploration? That's never been done before. Viper will collect data including the location and concentration of water is that will be used to help the vote. The first global water resources maps of the moon. The data will also help determine the landing sites for future Adams missions. Missions Hoping to find locations where water and other resources can be harvested to help sustain humans during extended expeditions on the Lunar Surface Vipers, scientific investigations will provide insights into the evolution of the moon and the Earth Moon System Aster it should do to make its first delivery of instruments to the lunar surface next year. Effect is now planning to send at least two sites missions to the lunar surface every year this report from NASA. TV, we know from decades of study, the Moon has water, but where and how much. In Two thousand and twenty, three, a Robotic Rover will explore the moon surface in search of water rice. NASA's Viper Moon. Rover will perform the first resource mapping mission on another world, using advanced instruments and tools to determine the location and concentration of water on the moon. To Send Viper to mourn leveraging industry as part of our commercial lunar, Payload Services Program broken designed send science instruments, technology, payload, student, surface of. represents a very different development paradigm. We are developing each instrument for launch on clips ahead of. Totally flipping on, it's had how we normally do. This is truly creative, an industry partner, but launch wiberg to the bone South Pole. Place, Bird, no human or rover has ever been before. The Rovers Survey will provide scientists with the most detailed. Moons water. Today and point two spots where water could be harvested by future astronauts. Fiber will be the first resource mapping mission on the surface of another celestial body. It represents a new kind of mission for NASA in which the objectives of advancing science and human expiration are closer than ever. The measurements that Viper's instruments will make can help us understand the source and distribution of the water and other volatile on the moon, giving us insight into the evolution of the Moon, and the Earth Moon System the moon's water is also a precious resource that could be extracted to support human exploration of the moon and beyond. What we learn from Viper will bring us a step closer to developing a sustainable longterm human presence on the moon. And that report from NASA. TV included Nassar's Associated Administrative Science Thomas Superman and Larry glaze director of Nassar's Patrie Science. Division suspicious time. And time to take another brief look at some of the other stories making these insights this week with the science report and you study warns that one in five people worldwide. That's an estimated one point. Seven billion people, twenty two percent of the world's population have at least one underlying of condition that could increase the risk of severe covid, nineteen infection, a report in The Lancet Medical Journal. Journal claims new findings based on data modeling from one hundred eighty countries. However, the authors caution that the estimates are uncertain. That's because they're only focusing on underlying conditions, rather than other risk factors such as ethnicity, socio, economic deprivation, and basically the research is designed to provide a starting point for considering the number of individuals that might need to be shield vaccinated as the global pandemic unfolds. Studies have shown that the COVID nineteen lockdown has changed human sleeping habits in North America and Europe a report in the Journal, current biology analyzed some four hundred thirty five people in Austria Germany and Switzerland studying the sleeping habits over six week period during some of the most severe restrictions of the lockdown researches found sleeping Chris, but average of thirteen minutes, although at the same time it seems sleep. Quality actually declined meanwhile across the pond in the United. United States scientist asked one hundred and thirty nine university students to fill out daily sleep logs prior to, and during their stay mortars, and for Americans on the lockdown nightly sleep, increased by around thirty minutes on weekdays and participants, reporting seven hours or more sleep, increased from eighty four to ninety two percent, understanding the fact is underlying, these changes could help inform public oath recommendations with the goal of improving sleep health in the wake of Covid nineteen. China's People's Liberation Army unit, six, thirty, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, has been identified as the primary source of a major cyber attack, targeting strain, government, industrial health, education and essential services. CYBERSECURITY experts say the Chinese Communist Party attack is probing unpacked vulnerabilities in Teller Eq- Microsoft's incident formation services share poet and citric try and gain access to computer networks. The Australian cybersecurity center says the. The attack was designed to exploit public facing infrastructure. If the initial attack failed Beijing, used various spearfishing techniques to try and gain access to individual computers through credential, harvesting websites emails with links to malicious files links prompting uses to grant authorization through Microsoft, three sixty five and email tracking services designed to identify email openings, and Louis Click throughs. The idea appears to be Beijing. Beijing setting the stage for some future crippling cyber warfare attack. These latest attacks follow reports that Australia's Cyber Intelligence Agency the Offense Signals Directorate found that China's Ministry of State Security was responsible for a major attack on computer systems in the Australian Federal Parliament and that of political parties in the lead up to the two thousand, nine hundred nine federal election. This all comes against. Against the backdrop of Beijing's continuing trade were against Australia following cameras push for an international investigation into the Chinese Communist government's attempts to cover up the extent sprit of its Covid, nineteen coronavirus, as was intensifying it, cyber attacks against Australia Beijing's issued formal warnings for Chinese students and terrorist against travelling to Australia at its imposed eighty percent tariffs on some Australian exports to China. German intelligence reports confirm that Iran's Mulas are continuing their efforts to obtain atomic biological and chemical weapons information. The one hundred and eighty one page baden-wuerttemberg State Intelligence Agency document found the Islamic Republic together with Pakistan North Korea and Syria are still pursuing these outlawed weapons to expand existing arsenals or improve the range and effectiveness of their existing weapons of mass destruction and develop new ones. The intelligence report found that the southern German stead of baden-wurttemberg is a prime target for Iran's regime. That's because of the mini high tech companies that are based there. And you study shows that the same type of people who tend to be climate change denies also considered the krona virus as pseudoscience, not everyone of course, but a new investigation from the environmental publication to smog shows a massive overlap between the climate science, the Nile machine and the COVID, nineteen pandemic denial machine, using the same playbook. They've been using to try and discredit climate science. That's the covid nineteen virus spread around the world from its epicenter in Wuhan China so too, did misinformation predictions at? At the disease would not cause significant harm claims of miracle cures and conspiracy theories about the viruses origins. The study finds this misinformation often being circulated by white collar professionals, including many with a history of casting doubt on climate science or seeking to debate issues that have already been resolved within the scientific community. Tim Mendham from strain. Skeptics says there's also what Dr Steve Novello from the skeptic Scott to the of this refers to was an unholy alliance between covid. Nineteen pandemic, denies an anti vexes. Conspiracy theories especially is which sort of anti expert anti establishment I'm quite I basically don't believe anything I want to believe anything. Anybody says especially when it infringes on the liberty, this is a big issue, obviously in America where the libertarian movement is stronger, but people sort of hear the same, and because that likes government interference, and that's what climate change involves a lot of, and that's what rhinovirus type nineteen restrictions involves a lot of naturally the same people out against both now this is the stories about literally the sign people the of campaigns, so they reason I've elapsed between. It's a state of mind state of politics that. Basically just carry on the same techniques, the same undermining expert opinion and At. Various claims experiece restrictions regulations. That are going on rather similarity people with suggesting that it was similiarities between the pros lobby way back when the climate change in Ireland move were the same people the same, the same tactics being used exactly the same tactics. That's right. Yeah, same sort of lobby groups that sort of thing, so there's not a profession that they are in the same going against these things with trying to the closest. There's a lot of nine inch about. Four! It's a lot of things for various groups to try to wheel the. Them from Australian skeptics. And that's the show for now. space-time is broadcast on sites radio by the National Science Foundation in Washington DC and through both iheartradio and on June radio, or you can subscribe and download space. Time is a free podcast through apple stitcher bites dot. COM PUCCA CAST soundcloud. spotify YouTube audio boom Pud. 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Holy Thursday - Anamnesis
"Catholic musings Haslett league. Musically. Easing. Welcome to Catholic musings for holy Thursday. To celebrate the Eucharist is to remember Christ to recall Christ to experience Christ. And to take part in Christ. As we celebrate the mystery itself from infancy to extreme old age so too. We celebrate it as we recall Christ from infancy to death, resurrection, and ascension. As the author tree him little mortal flesh says king of kings yet born of Mary as old on earth. He stood Lord of lords in human Vesta in the body and the blood he will give to all the faithful his own self for heavenly food. It is possible to journey around the holy land in so many different ways a Muslim pilgrim or Jewish pilgrim. A secular tourist storer political fact finder. Anyone religious or not may enter the holy sites of the Christian faith and learn of their history and what they represented even as a Christian pilgrim. We can stand in these holy places and here the scriptural readings which relate to the site. We might sing a hymn which underlines the significance of the site and a prayer which takes the facts of history into our hopes of the future. In all of this. We look and we experience a slice of history a slice of the past. But it all changes when we celebrate the Eucharist because the Eucharist is timeless at every celebration of the mass. The reality of Calvary is made present. At each and every celebration of the mass we are taken out of the constraints of the time of this world. And we find ourselves at Calvary and the tomb. At each and every mass we all in the upper room celebrating that supper with our Lord indeed at the mass on holy Thursday. The priest inserts the words into the eucharistic prayer tonight the glorious spanning of time, which we find in the Eucharist is not just a reality which takes place at the holy sites. It takes place at each and every order when we enter into the celebration of mass synopsis parish church or elsewhere. We leave behind us the constraints of this world's time because what happens at the altar is more than a simple remembering of the past. Rather? It's a making real of the past today. The Greek word Anam Nisus refers in the liturgy to the way in which the passion resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ are made real in the Eucharist. It's how the face for do. Not simply retell the events of Jesus as if it is a distant memory. But instead they enter into it happening. Now, they enter into the reality of the Paschal mystery in Neo Platon ISM, the idea of anime SIS is that which allows the mind of humankind to experience the freedom of the soul without the constraints of earth Lee matter. In a sense. That's what happens in the Eucharist. We are no longer bound by earthly matter or time or constraints we enter into the reality of the Paschal mystery wherever we may be and no different to John at the foot of the cross all the Mary's at the empty tomb. We are there. We are experiencing. We are a part of this. Great mystery. If only we had is to see. When we meditate be that with the rosary or otherwise, we are trying to endure into a mystery or a place or prayer. In meditation. It is we who opened to the spirit exercise, the muscles of our prayer. So that we can know a mystery more deeply so that we can censor truth more clearly, and so that we can listen to God, more sensitively. But in the Eucharist, although we are not spectators in the celebration, nonetheless, we don't have to work in the same way as we do in meditation in order to attempt to bring the reality of the past into now because it stunned through the spirit and the ministry of the church in the mass through the anime SIS of the prayer and the following of the command of our Lord, we are presented with the Paschal mystery, and we are invited to enter into it. Likewise. We are presented with the body and blood of Christ who gives himself for us on the cross was Queen. Elizabeth I is reported to have said. Christ was the word that speak it. He took the bread and break it, and what his words did make it. That I believe and take it on this holy Thursday as we enter into that Paschal traducing, let us remember the Lord's supper that we enter into the reality of that. I holy Thursday of that first Good Friday and of that first east today, not as those in the future dwelling or remembering the past. But as the body of Christ with Christ in the upper room at Calvary and at the tomb, thank you for joining me, Jude Xavi today in this. Holy tritium, these three Howdy days. You may like to make use of our stations of the cross podcast rather than praying it alone. I invite you to pray the stations with me head. To our website at Catholic musings dot org and click on the link for the stations of the cross that website along with these meditations on the mass readings and rosary podcasts is and will always be free. But it does cost us to produce keep going if you'd like to support our witness, you can also find a button on the homepage of the website to our patriot link where for as little as a dollar, you can support the work and witness of Catholic musings.
Blogcast: Hitting the Reset Button During COVID-19
"Welcome to the Catholic apostolate centers blog cast series. Today's block cast is entitled hitting the Reset Button During Cove Nineteen, a cove in nineteen resource written by J Shafer and read by William Tissue. When I made the shift to working from home almost a month ago I was excited for a change of pace sleeping in a thirty second commute from my bed working in pajamas all day not packing a lunch. But when it came down to it, I became restless and had trouble settling down focusing work was difficult being productive did not come easy with my mind wandering for much of the workday I had to embrace the idea of a change of pace but not the realities of what that change really meant. Prayer when I was remembering to make time for it was similarly difficult to settle into. It took me some time to realize what was happening in part because I work in a secular field. Since I don't spend my workdays in the church feared I don't have many explicit or so reminders that point my day toward God. Meetings don't begin with prayer. My daily tasks in conversations with colleagues don't revolve around Church activities and ministry. I don't interact with my pastor or bishop over the course of my day, and though I've made an effort over the years to we've prayer and reminders of God into my daily life, my routine has been disrupted. So naturally, my life has gone out the window. Another piece to mentioned that I live alone. Normally I have a number of social engagements in the evenings and weekends often with Catholic friends, our interactions have shared Catholic identity baked in and serve as additional reminders of faith. Now that I've been largely alone for a month my day seemed to blur together. It's become easy to turn in on my own thoughts and seek out distractions to numb the collective grief for all feeling the loss of. Life and a sense of security canceled plans and the uncertainty of when will return to some semblance of normal. And in the midst of that, I forget to pray. It dawned on me that I've been given an opportunity and a challenge I've been thrust into an UN chosen solitary monastic existence I have the once in a lifetime chance to completely reinvent what normal looks like for me almost everywhere y. Oh the company eight hours of my day five days a week everything else is mind to do with as I. Wish I have a blank canvas. I don't have to dress for work shave or drive to, and from the office I don't have a spouse or children to care for no room and no one to interact with here in my home except God. Choose to I can rebuild normal with different foundation and framework one centered on God but don't have to be a full-time hermit in order to do this. Well, it's a lesson came to me in the midst of prayer and reflection during the Paschal tritium. Something in me tends to go too hard during the especially on Good Friday, and I feel a need to do as much as I can't enter into the sacrifice of calvary and solitude. Wants the quiet of holy Saturday Cameron though I realized that in the inner urgency to do holy week. So well on my own, I had forgotten to be in the presence of God here I was waiting for Easter with nothing left to do and no one to do it with all the prayers and meditations had been said the fasting was ended and all I do is sit and wait. It was striking reminder that oftentimes we need to just be and make room for God to do some work in our lives archbishop. Wilton Gregory in his homily on Easter Sunday. How important. The concept of time is to the story of our salvation and Easter quote resets the clocks in calendars in our lives end quote. Is Especially, true in these days of being forced to reduce the externals we have an. And a choice here. To either enter into the quiet and craft something meaningful and our lives or to just make more noise to drown out the fastness of that. Quite. We've been making a lot of noise lately often without realizing it. Thank God for the reminders of the power of the phrase be still and know that I am God. We all take advantage of this opportunity to hit reset and allow God to direct us in those quiet moments. When we re enter the world in a new normal, may we use the lessons from this time of isolation to shape what that normal really ought to look like?
Tesla Berlin Delayed? Conflicting Reports | 03 May 2021
"Coming up on podcast. One zero seven. One tesla in berlin have been delayed by six months or have they. Maybe it's just three conflicting reports to any of them. Even matter will find out on the podcast. I stick around also coming up. We're going to talk about how four to bring back the lightning name in the f. One fifty for that e. v. bush more and bigger charging solutions for the uk when they're on motorway roads and the rival partnering with uber. To make an easy the right shed drive us. Good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening wherever you are in the world. Welcome to av news daily. I one of the week. My name is moss in late august through every story. So you don't have to. We will start with the news from saw on twitter actually festival about tesla being possibly delayed Krisztian huts nut as a journalist and says the series production. Starting at tesla's giga. Lynn is delayed until the end of january. Twenty twenty two according to the outlet automobile vodka citing company sources of among other issues sites problems between these structural battery pack. And then you cells as the forty-six eighty cells. He says the series production starts at test as at berlin being delayed and citing unnamed sources is always like the first red flag for me because whilst sutton journalists and this isn't him he's reporting what the other the ultimate vaca said. You know when you do have those anonymous sources you start to have to apply some more strict and rigorous journalistic principles to it. And it's very good reasons why you can keep and should keep sources anonymous times but all of a sudden you start to go okay. So it's a single report unnamed sources. Well let's dig into this and see what they really said when it was reported very widely So many of the kind of ev press went with but but wider as well bloomberg for instance Sign the tesla's gentleman. Plant is being delayed until next year. The factory outside of berlin won't star production before the end of january next year because of delays affecting the pack output trade magazine. Automobile worker reported Elon musk giving the team. Six more months to complete the project which sounds fairy unlike elon. Musk it's not like they said look. We're going to be delayed by a few days a few weeks ago. Some s some integration problems. And he was like you know guys take six months. Just chill out berlin's beautiful this time of year go to the park. It'll be lovely. Sit by the river. Get back to me after christmas. So that doesn't sound like it's right anyway. A tesla factory outside berlin stop production before the end of january next year. Judy delays affecting battery pack output according to this bloomberg article lincoln. The shino if you want to read more always be careful as well when articles like this talk about production because it means so many different things is it volume production. Is it the first hundred vehicles off the line. Is that working out whether the software and the networks and the you know the robots are all working as they should be so careful with that also in a report today. We see the berlin spectator website saying that in quite some time in moscow. Kevin said anything about the brandenburg project at least not seen slamming german authorities for that. Bureaucracy demanding changes to the authorization process processing the land of Sausage and cuckoo cox says this website which may have had a slightly interesting translation. Brendan bugs environment. Agency is giving him headaches elon. Musk used to being Getting his own way. A simpler procedure of the united states. Tested removing parts of its gigafactory. Or even the whole thing is an option. If they don't get the authorizations they need but that's not going to happen in a million years brandon. Bugs government can't wait for the factories operational because it's creating thousands of jobs. Even creating a tesla task force to help the company they say impart delays caused by tesla themselves changing the plans and amending applications again. Toppling of berlin spectacular. Show notes if you want to read more this whole thing about tesla not knowing how up rates makes me laugh. Every time i read it since they bought groman years ago they have operated a jevon business very well and when they bought groman and had to renegotiates with the union employees over bonuses pay packages renumeration stock options. More as well then. The vein tesla know how to do business in germany. They have been doing a long time. They own a factory in germany which makes the bits which makes the cars everyone kind of forgets about groman and then all know tesla's gone to germany. They can't believe the bureaucracy. They knew exactly what they were getting into. Tens of options about where they could have built. The i saw really credible story saying they're gonna be important going to be in. Turkey can mean estonia. nobody full. It'd be in germany because of some of the ways that the german authorities work but they decided so for good reason then not stupid. Anyway i'll move them. Let's put something of a side of the argument now at local politician is denying the claim brandenburg economic minister. So he's not germany's economic minister but the area. Your steinbeck has been one of tesla's most vocal supporters in that quest to open the german facility isn't buying into the six month delay story. He's still believes. Task is on pace for a late summer early autumn. Start that giga lynn. Telling teslarati That have the faintest idea about. Anyone can come up with a six-month delay. If nothing happens out of the ordinary i expect stop production late summer the awesome so you know you decide what late summer early autumn is. I would say. September i'd say mid to late. September is late summer early autumn. So i've been telling anyone who will listen when they say. The europeans gonna stop making model wise out of germany isla end of june beginning of july. We expect those first few cars to be made. Maybe even customer cars but starting to verify the processes that look. Maybe i'm out by three months. Maybe it'll be september october. The thing is we've been told for a long time okay. Now we've been told for a while. that's volume production. Be this year in january. Zonings cool elon. Musk said volume production. Twenty twenty two. I i meet said that. The i heard him say that Then the the endings call two weeks ago said volume production in two thousand twenty two. Like none of this is a surprise to anyone if they all delayed by three months. It's not a big deal now. There wasn't a groundbreaking ceremony in the kind of same fanfare way that there was giga shanghai. But around this time last year to twelve months ago land was being cleared our member drone video. I watched on the first of july. The piles going in so you can say it's roughly because we're the beginning of may right now. You've got roughly been by year since they started seriously working on that site if i were producing a handful of cars by autumn september october. It's still an incredible achievement. For tesla and if i do end up delaying into january. Then that's absolutely fine. It's not gonna move the needle in the great scheme of the world moving to clean the green transport. Well reuters reporting on this as well and saying that's part of the problems of because they've been tweaking applications tesla's been tweaking the application for their gigafactory and the german state in which the plot is being built saying. It's not possible at this stage. The how long. It will take to approve the site. The ministry of agriculture in the state to brandon books at the amended application would include the construction and operation of battery. Cell factory previously flagged. By tesla says this reuters report like continue the tesla earlier this month sharply criticized the regulatory process and the opening of the gigafactory being held up by effectively. A pen pushes in the back offices but that was just posturing and political games of play. That as nothing more to worry about the that i feel always. The plan was always to have a battery factory cell production line at giga berlin. Maybe because it was going to be in an existing building and their vat to plan mobile. I don't know i. It's always the case that they will always gonna make their own cells quite know why everyone getting surprised but oh hang on a new applications going. They're gonna make batteries that were Musket has had four years. That every new gigafactory. We'll also make the cells Ever since he was talking about the The frustrations of either making sells out of the us and bringing them in when panasonic did ethnics all making the cells at nevada and shipping them to to fremont anyway. Let's move on a little bit more and talk about the next story on the podcast. Oh by the way if you have any comments leave them below a fascinating to see what you think about this whole story. That is kind of a story. But it's not i mean i can. Well believe it. There is lot of and believed to be the airlines like. Hey guys take six months. But i can. Well believe that there are some delays. Maybe three or even six months Because what they're doing is still in record feldstein. But i'd love to know your thoughts. Okay and let's talk about the global outlook twenty twenty. One international energy agency tweeted about this a few days ago now we just released the global. Ev outlook 2021 vase say shows an accelerating momentum despite a pandemic offer a forty percent rise over the whole of twenty twenty eight sales more than doubled in the first quarter of two thousand twenty one from the same period a year earlier they released global outlook with shows accelerating momentum despite the pandemic and last year europe actually took china in terms of sales for the first time registrations at one point four million compared to china's one point two too early to say if that's a lasting shift china's market has started strongly in two thousand twenty one. They say that under current policy settings the number of vs on the road globally could be one hundred forty five million in two thousand thirty and when you think about what we were doing ten years ago in eve as it like a blink of an eye and now here we are ten years later. Can't imagine in twenty thirty firstly. How many calls they were going to be on the roads at how good they are going to be but also that number hundred forty five million in twenty thirty seems entirely plausible greater policy efforts to put the world on track to meet climate goals will boost the market. I'm not just four wheels. But two and three as well. Motorbikes and mopeds the longest largest single av sector we twenty five million solid last year mostly in asia electric buses vans and trucks a growing rapidly to the site along threat. They put on twitter lincoln. The notes if you want to read more link through to the full report as well if you are interested okay. Let's talk about the lowest benchmark for battery costs. This is a number that you'll have heard banded about the years. Actually this hundred dollars per kilowatt hour. Now steve evine he's blocking the mobilised as a medium dot com site. Now clearly he knows his stuff. And i haven't come across steve before. But i've as of my research that i had to look back at his His body not not all of it but a lot of his writing. And i think he's done a Has an amazing body of work to to look back. He clearly knows his stuff on this one article. I do. i disagree with him. Which is why. I think for a decade or more. He says the orthodoxy has been that. If you could profoundly low the cost of the bantry which is the most expensive bit of navy you bust through the sticker price of combustion vehicles and bring on a new age of electric transport. Dave howell is the longtime head of us. Energy department's influential officer vehicle technologies and he told steve that there is a new target. It was a one hundred dollars per kilowatt hour. It's now sixty dollars per kilowatt hour to reach price power see with combustion vehicles really interesting article a public in the show notes. Have a look if you interested in this kind of stuff. staves essential argument in this article is all about how he feels the goal posts of moved and that nobody told him that. The hundred hundred dollars per kilowatt hour maxim was no longer applicable. And i i kind of kylie. Well there's been a few indicators over the years certainly a couple of years ago. Ll on moscow's talking about how tesla Were one hundred dollars cell level multi pack level suddenly itsel level. And then you know maybe from a year ago. Some of the chinese manufacturers i think. Byu with lithium iron phosphate sells the lfg sells there about eight hundred dollars. Kilowatt hour an and. It hasn't fundamentally tv's cheaper than combustion cars just hitting a certain arbitrary number. So i think that kind of hundred dollars thing was banned around for a long time but it was i. I never thought the day we hit it all of a sudden it was binary and everyone was like. Hey i'm no longer blind combustion costs so we've been below that for a long time now in a follow up exchange of emails He says that how will told him. The only had the. Us office adopted this new standard of sixty dollars per kilowatt hour but two years ago in two nineteen the even just fifty dollars per kilowatt hour using a metallic lithium mode when prices come down to that then price parodies achieved the big thing that the sixty dollars per kilowatt hour target will give all eve as regardless of their size he says in style cost piracy with combustion cousins and james frith head of battery storage at any saying that both vw. In tesla being able to mock it. Competitively priced compact. Tv's which will make the same prophet as conventional models and again. I don't argue with someone who's clearly written a lot eve as but i've seen some some stunning deals that we've talked about on the podcast lately. Some chevy volt deals for malee steals one and something dollars a month over here just for over two hundred pounds a month. I think we'd like two hundred pounds deposit down and then two hundred pounds a month you can get a new push e to await which is exactly the same price and i think one of the specs cheaper than the combustion version. So you know we were kind of all expecting fireworks on the day that any v. was cheaper than it is combustion cousin but it depends on what areas putting finance deals together and also. There's manufacturers are incentivizing. I've seen some already the actually. There's some stunning deals. But you know not all. I'm definitely saying that the vast majority of as not still very expensive to buy one. Get me wrong all right. Let's move on and let's talk citron citron's all electric amy. I m i is coming to the. Us might be coming back to the us but not in a big way. It's all electric. Amy is coming to washington. Dc and car-sharing services called free to move of course Peugeot citron fit chrysler. Recent maja companies. Costa to lantis. Now still own free to move. That makes sense that they they would bring one of their own cars to their car. Sharing service announcing on the linked in page in france where you can drive one of these from fourteen years old because it's not a car And without driver's license has a five point five kilowatt hour lithium ion battery. There's forty five kilometers. An hour live about seventy kilometers. It's the most stupidly gorgeous looking thing and in france you can even have Some kasha three free to move for about twenty dollars a month. Its cheapest for a twenty dollars euros. Twenty euros a month. It's crazy cheap and you know what it keeps you dry and it's probably fun and it fits to people and it's brilliant and it's great that it's not just going to be another car like so many that a european only and and it's great that these those cars are going to be coming to the. Us a very different market. I totally understand a market. That loves trucks that much more than we do over. It and marketed loves the f series before. That's one fifty. Lightning name is returning for the version of the ford pickup truck. According to forge document provided by a source to car and driver the electric ford f one fifty goes on sale summer next year. So there's a little while to white yet. Ford sold almost eight hundred thousand f series trucks lost year seven hundred ninety seven thousand four hundred twenty two f series trucks in twenty twenty alone but they range of trucks is bigger than most companies and the new electric model is going to have to be brilliant in every possible white. It's going to beat the hummer. It's going to beat the chevy silverado. The cyber truck all doing three hundred and fifty miles plus forcing the f one fifty will be evolve. Range of of of f series trucks form fifties having more horsepower and more talk and fastest ration- of any f one fifty currently on the market. So that means five seconds nor to sixty five hundred horsepower. Plus if they get right amazing and it's going to be interesting. How so many petrol heads and truck lovers move to electric trucks and how many people who love a visa but one truck buys by one of these going to be fascinating fascinating next couple of years the way shakes out next. We'll talk charging the electric highway in the uk. The electric highway. They describe it as the world's first nationwide charging that work. I guess well i guess it was. It was nationwide and we had it many years ago. And that's both a blessing in a curse because the gear is really old now. And i my koch's on a c. And i've had some failures recently turned up all in some dicey yesterday. Yeah yesterday morning on the endless and there's one in a place where southampton on the motorway didn't need to charge but we pulled in and The oldest in for quick quick bust holding turned off it was completely debt. Not just the screen blank but the whole thing power down. And if i'd been desperate for charge that would have been really sucky. This network takes a kicking here in the uk every time they do a survey which networks do you like or not So again i've been very lucky. My cars nice each other's about much many more problems. But now the upgrading. Some hardware hallelujah. The installation is the first under the electric highways new partnership with grid Which saw the company take twenty five percent in the electric highway. It's the rugby services. A junction one. In case you're interested off. Em six twelve new high-powered charges from tritium. The hardwares amazing. It's good stuff. It's very reliable. Three hundred and fifty kilowatt foss charges and The all existing fifty kilowatt pumps a being replaced. Maybe not all with these. But that's great. We want to see a lot of them. And we want high powered ones and it's expensive with investment from hitachi capital. You know operating a charge points network being a chargepoint operator is probably one of the worst businesses in the world. it's massively capital intensive. Nobody likes paying for electricity which i find bunkers so nobody complains about petrol So you know. Pay a good price for the hardware when you want it. I won't these networks t t to make a good business case not just be throwing money at it five years in the hope of an extra in the future to make some money so it's horrible business to be in And good luck to anyone who goes down that route because it seems account. Please anyone They're not working or unreliable and then when he worked perfectly no one ever says. Hey thank you. It's like. Oh good i charged. I'm off now. Hidings nothing moving them. Gm and in the news today. Gm releasing fix that chevy bolts ev. Battery issue. general motors putting fix in place off the recalling sixty nine thousand units electric hatchback the twenty seventeen twenty nine teen model year bowl. Ev was receiving reports of vehicles. Suddenly overheating even catching fire says gm authority dot com. Dealerships will use diagnostic tool to test affected vehicles. They say the battery problems. Replace the battery packs as necessary and these vehicles us again advanced on board diagnostic software so It should never happen again. They say the automaker will release a software updates restoring battery capacity in the affected cars to go back to one hundred percent because i have been throttled to ninety percent. I believe until now according to gm authority Chief engineer jesse ortega said previously. The battery fires can be traced to a defective batch of sells for a three year period. And i think it's now more than sorted. Good luck. anyone who owns one of those vehicles. Hopefully it's sorta keeping up tonight and in touch with the latest is with. That's okay moving on. Here's a brand. We don't get we do now. Genesis electrifying that range. The g eighty big luxury. Saloon arrives in the uk and europe. Actually according to an also car report that i picked up a headline features include an eight hundred volt charging system to make the most of charging us quick possible vical to load. So you can plug things into it and pull three point. Something kilowatts out of it combined. The twin motors in the will have three hundred and sixty five brake horsepower nor to sixty four point nine seconds the ged cold the electrified gatt in the also report. Now normally when you see electrified it means it some shabby horrible hybrid butts. This is pure electric anyway. has active noise. Control with a riot sentences microphones they say to create a noise cancellation effects. Its advanced suspension. Which uses the front camera and satnav to ulcer the ride the optimum driving experience. I think you'll find they say According to the road that you are about to drive over more companies are doing that. I'll putting towards the car the shy nights if you'd like to read more genesis brand coming to europe and the uk later this year. Now my american friends who have this brand in that market say that actually genesis is well worth a look. Give them the time of day because they're making some interesting vehicles really good prices. Okay moving final story tonight. Arrival is partnering with uber. To make navy for ridesharing drivers developing a purpose built specifically for the drivers in yuba. They've got about one thousand three hundred individuals across eight different countries arrival that go to headquarters london and charlotte north carolina they entering production of the yuba cow in q. Three twenty three Electric describes it as an affordable purpose. Bill evey with uber drivers in mind. There's over thirty million estimated rideshare drivers globally and the expedited shift towards the can help reduce carbon emissions arrival telling electric that if other rideshare companies feel the arrival. Make sense to them. It's not an exclusive arrangement arrival not confirming where the v. is being built wedding in the press release specifically about uk and eu. At least probably starting when the micra factories. I would think probably here in the uk that is news for today. That cow is going to be very interesting by the way right. Okay moving on and question of the week with my ability. Norway dot com. I'd love you to answer this. Email me your read on sundays. Podcast av are connected cars spots. How much data are you willing to give up. And what are you willing to receive in return. How much do you mind. Insurance companies comic is themselves knowing about you. Where you've been you've been driving or do you want to private. And if you all giving up some of that personal data what do you want in return addresses. Hello evening news. Daily dot com. Well if you can have a check out about patriot page having fund the show. Thank you very much to everyone. Who supports the podcast n. Dot com slash news daily daily mentioned prep premium pointless phil robertson electric future. Brad crosby porsche of the village in cincinnati audi of cincinnati east of volvo cars cincinnati east national coaching dot com. Low judge dot com derek. Riley has great either of you on youtube channel. Check him out Richard rico veda cut uk for buying selling vs in the u. k. You might be latino white dot com have a good. See tomorrow and remember. There is no such thing as a self charging hybrid.
Ballistic Radio - Episode 45 - January 19, 2014
"The views and opinions expressed on this program not necessarily reflect those of fifty five KRC, the talk station and clear channel worldwide. Welcome to ballistic radio. Cincinnati's only Gun Talk show. Join us. We're going to explore the topic of firearms and your rights as a law abiding citizen. Ballistic radio brought to you by Kyle's gun shop and Finney town, your source for premium firearms and ammunition. Now, here's your host John Johnston on fifty five cars, e the talk station. Good evening and welcome to ballistic radio. Brought to you by Kyle's gun shop in town your source for premium farms amunition, visit them online Kyle's gun shop dot com. I'm your host a very very tired John Johnston. And remember, you can always listen to bash shows that ballistic radio dot com and get the latest behind the scenes info at Facebook dot com slash politic radio coasting with me this evening as always Mr. Andy overc-, Andy. How's it going fine? I'm probably more rested than. Your I would assume so for those that don't know it was shot show twenty fourteen this week out in Las Vegas. I literally just drove straight through from Las Vegas thirty two hours with stops only to get gas and switch drivers. So made it here about twenty minutes ago, which is great because we have a really really excellent guest as evening mister Kyle four who if some of you who are not familiar with his background Kyle Z member of the naval special warfare community. And I will let him talk more about that does all sorts of training these days all sorts of interesting things that I am looking forward to talk about. So just a couple of announcements real quick when I was out at shot. I got to finalize a couple of deals so I one being I'm going to be shooting a Knight's armament SR fifteen e-3 IWF's Monto to which is their brand new rifle. I'm going to be putting twenty thousand rounds of 'em eat five five and. S one of nine through that this coming year, which is going to be really really cool, and I'm really very thankful for the opportunity to do that also going to be doing a long-term endurance test on f h is new FM S nine millimeter five inch long slide striker fired pistol, which shouldn't be really Golan once again honored to be doing that as well. So you guys will get to hear more about that as your progresses, and I'll be posting updates on the website and also online at Facebook, which is a good reason to check out Facebook. So what else have we got going on? Oh, the Stanley marked twenty five actually finished that up at the show. We put another fifty rounds through it. Chris Kosta put I won't say thirty through it, and I put twenty through so final round count on that was twenty five thousand one hundred and four and cry precision was nice enough to auction that off for us at their silent auction that they do every year, and we raised about six thousand dollars actually for Nelson. Yeah. For the unit scholars. Chip fund and also the navy seal foundation. So I'm very for glad to be part of that. And very glad that I decided not to keep it. No. I there is a large part of me that wanted to because man that was a nice guy, but truly in my mind, everyone's responsibility try and help out whenever they can. And that was the best way. I could come up with doing that. But hey, no one had to tell me that I had to help out. See we we just did it because that's what people do you? Don't you? Don't need someone telling you to right. Sorry. I'm I'm gaining semi political here since I'm tired, and I usually don't. But anyway, we'll get onto stuff that people actually care about which is going to be Mr. four and talking to him. So without further ado, we have Mr. Kyle before joining us as even Kyle. How're you doing tonight? Hey, man. I'm good. How are you guys? Oh, pretty good. I made it on time. So, hey, we didn't have to go to plan being so anti you should be happy. We didn't go to plan b because Kyle night come up with something. Good. But it doesn't matter now. So it was. Evolve. Involve me. Oh, yes. It would have involved you something. So anyway, that's what you do in your early days of this industry have to drive everywhere and eat beanie weenies. It was actually nice because people kept kept buying me meals. It was it was more of I had to drive out there because I had twenty five thousand rounds of brass I needed to give back to the people that give it to you didn't need. He studies nut logs on the way out there. No, I didn't. I don't are. We allowed to say that on air. I don't think we're being many studies nut logs. Wow. I'm way to you. Anyway. Let's get back to important stuff. Sorry, kyle. I'm a little goofy right now. So for those that don't know can you discuss your background a little bit. And we'll go from there. Yeah. I was right now kind of go backwards navy. Sure I run to four performance shooting. We're entering our fifth year and about ninety percent of my businesses military government, L E contracts, and I got a a slew dudes that worked for me. Some I'm from my old place, and and and other places that are around all very expense dudes and. You know, everything's going good, man. I can't complain living the dream before this one year at tiger Swann couple of buddies of mine owned Tigers won they made me an offer. And so I worked there for a year. And I I got the opportunity to start my own thing through some through some contra contacts that I had. So it's what I did. And the five years before that that would have been like oh Ford. Oh, nine I was the head instructor at blackwater for firearms and tactics. So that's where I kind of you know, I used a used Erik prince's money to to make all my day is what I tell everybody. I kind of learned, you know, in you don't really know what you're doing in this industry until you make a lot of mistakes and both shooting in designing courses and whatnot. And so that's what I did before that I was a member of naval special warfare development group and. Had had a real good time there and four deployed to Afghanistan in support of. Oh, yes. Thank you very much for your service. How my pleasure. It was good time. And you know, worked as a as a sniper in Salter and previous to that. I was a I was a sniper Ed seal mate. And you know, before that I was in high school. So there you go. So you've been doing this for a while now, and you've been a professional shooter one way or another for most of your life. Yeah. I mean came in the navy, and, you know, get through budget ninety four ninety five so yeah, I mean coming or touching on twenty years. But you know, I would say I'm a way better shooter now than I was in the teams, I know that sounds weird to a lot of people. But you know, you have to you have to hang out with a mix of people until you kinda realize what good is, and what it isn't. Right. But yeah, I mean, but doing it for for a good good amount of years now. Hey, man, it's better than having a real job. I'll tell you that I'm I'm slowly discovering that it's it's not too bad. Now, we've got we've got about a minute and a half left, and I guess we'll we'll kind of kind of touched on this briefly. And then we'll get more into it. When we come back from the break we're talking with Kyle to four from performance shooting. So I'm I'm curious as far as now, you've got your own set of standards that you use and there are other standards that are around as far as like, you know, the the hacker thorns standards or even the Rogers shooting school. I'm curious your thoughts as to how much shooting the standards actually prepares you for getting an an actual shooting. We've got about fifty five seconds left. So we'll probably pause you halfway through this. Oh, yeah. I, you know, it's watch when we get a lot. And, you know, not just me, but everybody you have to have some type of scale to score your cell phone and that scale needs to be. Difficult for you as an individual in your training. You know? I mean, you you gotta have it. Now, how much does the heck its own standards prepare you for a pistol gun fight. You know, I mean, it it it may or may not. I mean, are you ever going to have three people you're gonna shoot you know, that are that are yard apart? I probably never gonna happen. But you know, what it does is? It is it hits every aspect of weapons manipulation for the most part it hits things that are done under pressure in front of people it hits tiny shooting zones, which you know, we need to we need to concentrate on in real world stuff, and I'll actually interrupt real quick just because we came up on that break. But when we get back we'll. We'll get we'll delve into that a little bit further right now we're talking with Kyle to four you're listening to ballistic radio. Welcome back to ballistic radio brought to you by Kyle's gun shop, your source for premium firearms and ammunition. So before the commercial break we were talking with mister Kyle defer from four performance shooting about standards, and whether or not they actually prepare us for a real life situation. Kyle are you still there? Yeah. Yeah. For so we'll continue that you were saying that, you know, while the likelihood of having to shoot three attackers that are one yard apart is very slim. It does force us to do some other things that are good practices far as getting in the habit of doing these. Yeah. I mean, you know, when we when we take a timer and scoring rings into the equation. You know what we're doing is? We're working with to get guys to work under stress. You know, that's what we call. The were in my thing. The very early stages of stress, you know, the timer in scoring rings. And what I found over the years is that generally speaking. And and I I'm not. Pulling this out of you know, you know, where I mean, this is I one thing that I'm very lucky at to this day that the majority of of my students, and I use that word loosely because I like to tell people they don't really, you know, their training under me, they're training with me. But the people that I shoot with I get direct feedback from them, you know, from from Afghanistan Iraq streets here in America. You know? So what I found is that when you get a guy who is, you know, you brought up like the hackers someone or whatever if you get a guy who's somewhere around eighty percent on pretty much any standard that I've seen and I mean, I've I've pretty much shut them. All you know, somewhere around that eighty percent, Mark if we can get a guy hanging in there. Dramatically better results during real world engagements. I mean like like astronomically better. And then what what what I've been end of that with me, and my crew in the past few years is we've kind of, you know, I'm not gonna say it's like some secret sauce, or whatever I mean, people kind of know what we're doing a little bit. But we're in inducing stress in in other methods rather than just running and getting a high heart rate, and and and we're just having huge huge success in and I should say that we're having huge success on first I encounters, and I'm talking about like a cop in the US who is getting into his very first gunfight ever. We're having big success there. Whereas before we're talking about the average is a fifty percent hit ratio. You know, if you fire ten rounds a his five times, you know, now, we're hovering somewhere around seven or eight hits out of ten, and I'm I'm pulling that number out that might not be it maybe four rounds and maybe three out of four whatever. Significantly better results so significantly better. And then what's happening with the guys overseas. Is that, you know, fortunately, or, unfortunately, it depends on which side of the fence, what your mindset is like, but you know, they're getting the really practice this, you know, on an average of every other night or every other two nights. And you know, they will they're telling us that you you'll basically the stuff we're doing is is exactly like it is for the cops here. But now they're getting to practice it so much that after the first two or three and that generally is the number. It's the first, you know, some guy say to some guy say three, you know, it's it just becomes a routine for them. Just a, you know, it's like taking the trash out, you know. And it was I've had this conversation a couple of times down with people. But the turn and gunfights in the shootings for the good guys is always a good thing. But oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know as far as making routine now. And I'm curious as far as I guess, you thoughts on on adding stress, and and measuring performance and tracking that sort of thing. Do you think I mean is that like the big key component though, with whatever we're doing is to add the stress so that when you're actually experiencing a large amount of stress, it's not as foreign to you. Yeah. But you know, here's what I found out over the years. And again, I've I've made mistakes along the way. You know early on. I was I was of the opinion if I could get a guy with a high heart rate, the, you know, generally speaking, I am this is different for everybody. But for for the most part for talking points here, if we can get him around one hundred sixty to one hundred seventy beats per minute, and he can still actually engage in see sites meaning that we can have him shoot at distance and up close. I used to think. Okay. He's gonna rock it. He's this guy's good. What what we kind of an in? This was kind of a where I missed it is because of where I came from just the nature of the selection courses and whatnot. I did not account for the fact that we, you know, say we were I used to work at you know, in the navy. I it's a little bit different. And so what I had to start doing was was kind of trying to make guys almost feel. This extreme amount of stress and to induce that I went through, you know, I mean, you know, we went through it was a rigmarole. I mean, we started out doing all kinds of wacky nece, and it wasn't working. And and we've kinda I got with you know, my buddy Tom car from the sidewalk crew. And we we've kind of I think we've broken the code now. But you know, I would say that it, you know, half of it is definitely the stress inoculation, but you have to get the heart rate to a certain degree. But here's the other the important part is that you have to make guys seal that adrenaline dump that they can only feel through through certain stimulus. And you know, this is not for a lot of people. I mean, you know, I've gone places and people like many, you no, you know, we're not doing this, and I've gone to other places. And I you know, I make living off of going to these places. So. Not for everybody. And let me throw one or thing in. There is is that I will tell you that combined all that with what we've talked about so far in and I'll tell you the number one thing that most people that I would say are probably listening to this broadcast can do straight up weapons manipulation. I mean, people ask me all the time. What's the difference between the two and one shooter and everybody else, and I'll tell you that a huge part of it is weapons manipulating they can do it anywhere anytime in any condition. And so, you know, you got to combine all those things together. That's that's kind of the secret sauce in a long Trump out answer. And buy weapons manipulation as far as like presentations from the holster stuff like that that you can do dry. Absolutely. And I, you know, again, all of us me as an example. I lot guys are under the impression that I practice all the time. And then I'm just like this training machine. And I'll be quite honest with you. I am a better shooter now than I've ever been and I practice less than I ever have Ryan a lot of that has to do with the manipulation, you know, in most guy a lot of guys listen to this broadcast. Now what I'm talking about? I mean, if I'm wearing the same holster in the same gun all the time. I don't in the same piece of clothing, Mike, conceal draws not gonna change that very much. I've just got a burn maybe ten good reps. And I'm tight on that you know, what I mean? And. You know? That's that's kind of where you gotta go with it. I mean, it's but dry practice. I mean, that's you know, there's a lot mindset is a huge part of it. Like, I said, you know, bringing that adrenaline dump into it. And you know, one thing we found out early on was that a lot of guys a lot of high end law enforcement agencies a lot of the so-called units that I that I touch that they over train in shooting very similar to how they overtrained physically, you know, ten years ago fifteen years ago, and once we kind of changed that a little bit, and and took more of the more of the physical application where we're, you know, some of the theory is fifty percent of of your successes recovery. You know what I mean? And you know, you guys have seen it. I know and people that are listening to to this thing, though, you see a guy who practices his draw over and over and over and over and over and over, and then you go out to the range, and he's like he's the same time. If. Or maybe like maybe slower, and you're like how does it happen? It's because he's not doing it correctly. You know what I mean? And that actually brings an interesting point up that I kind of like to get your take on. We've got about three and a half minutes left. And we're we're talking with Kyle to four from the four performance shooting is far as consistency and Kerry gear, and I know a lot of guys that will carry one or two or three or four or five different kinds of gun and by different. I don't mean like a Glock nineteen the Glock twenty six and Glock seventeen to depending on mode of dress. But like completely different platforms. And then they'll carry it like in different holsters because of the different platforms. What are your thoughts on that? Absolutely. No, go. I mean, you're you're you're not a, you know. And and I'm not again, this is not me talking like this is Kyle like, you know, my method of mad is I'm telling you, this is, you know, I the experience that I see out on my line. You have to pick. It's like guys with with AR fifteen or enforce the problem. Now is that there's too many options. That's the problem. You know, back when I first came in the seal teams, you know, you gotta you gotta Colt model seven twenty seven. And that was it, you know, and after your first deployment, you could you could host clamp MAG light onto it. Now under second deployment, you might get an eight cog or name point. If there was one of able you know what I'm saying? And so that's the problem. And it's the same year. You know, there's like every other week. There's a new crew making an appendix carry holster, and you know, guys woman try this. You know, that is not gonna make you any faster men a whole for you know, within reason. I mean, we all know the quality companies. I mean, you know, don't don't have a leather holster and don't have any, you know, craziness on the inside kite X or plastic. Nice and fast. I mean tux in good. I mean, that's it you pick one host or pick one. Gun and go train your off. That's what you need to do. So it I mean, I was just kind of curious because like I said, I know a lot of guys. And I guess it's a difference. Do you think it's the difference between like a collector and someone that's more self defense minded? Oh, sure. Absolutely. I see all time. You know? I see guys in open enrollment classes and dudes will be like, you know, first day. We'll be back at twenty five they're shooting. They're nineteen eleven you know, that that somewhat works, you know. And then they're like, well, we go up close. Now, we're at seven and then they're like almost switch to my Glock nineteen with my Glock works trigger and my red dot. I mean, I'm like which I mean, that's fine. If that's your gig rock on. I don't care. I mean, anything anybody. But you know, I do have a special place in my heart for the dude who I see on the end of the line. Who's you know, he's a college. He's pay still paying student loans and we've got hoses blue jeans. These got one holster that's warned the hell out. And he's got a gun that has been drawn. So many times, you know, it looks like Boba fett body armor. You know what I mean? Like, and I'm like, yeah. And that do this crush and everybody, you know? Saying it's a I had this. I'd I had this conversation with Claude Werner, and then we'll have to go to break. He interviewed me one. When I was out at shot show. But I only own one handgun right now I own two. But then I donated one of them for some reason, I don't know why did that? But like is far as. Kind of where I'm at is just picking one thing. And it makes it real easy to pick one thing when you force yourself to only have one thing. Yeah. Absolutely simplicity, man. I mean, the simpler things are the richer the experience saying, the friend of mine, that's a that's a very famous climber said that, and you know, that is that is true in every facet of life. Right. Cool. Well, we'll talk about that's more than I actually want to discuss the the new trend towards variable power optics. But we gotta go to break when we get back. We'll be talking a little bit more with Kyle about those things right now. You're listening to ballistic radio. Welcome back to Listrik radio. Brought to you by Kylie gun. Shop them online. Kyle dot com. Right now, we are talking with a different Kyle mister Kyle before from four performance shooting. So we were just making all the nineteen eleven people out there pretty angry. It sounds like. Oh. They'll be like some there'll be like some hate calls. Like is. There is one do that. I've shot with he's coming to like four or five my classes, he actually has the only nineteen eleven I swear to God. He's got the only nineteen limit actually runs without malfunction during my class. I I told him that, you know, just keep coming. Do you come whatever you want? I'll hook you up with the guy that's gonna come shoot with anyway. But he's got the twenty or thirty nine hundred eleven at all run all of them. But you know, he's an engineer too. So I would hope they all run anyway. Sorry, Bill just making a joke. He's he listens to the show too. So anyway. If you would like to call in you can get a hold of us at five one three seven four nine fifty five hundred or one eight hundred eighty two three to five five we will try and take your calls at the end of the show but moving forward verbal. Ver- variable power optics. What are your thoughts on the seemed to kind of be moving into a larger place in the industry? And I was curious as to what you had to say about those. I mean, I'll tell you right now. I mean, maybe, you know, maybe because this is radio, and it's nationwide or whatever maybe I'm making huge mistake here. But I let me caveat it with this a few years ago. I got interviewed by some by dude. And he was asking me about you know, rifles and accuracy, and whatever. And I said, look man, I said bolt guns are going out to pasture just to stand by you know, you can laugh at me a little bit made fun on me kind of made me, look, you know, little bad and the next one calendar year later, a very good friend of mine from from third group down in Fort Bragg him and his spotter one international sniper comp with a Larue OB are so I'm. Not saying again, I don't have. I don't really have a dog in the fight for the most part. I mean, I was wrong. Yeah. I mean, it's basically like, you know, I do. Okay, go write your magazine article. We'll we'll stick to the training face. But uh. Oh, I mean, you know, seriousness, you know, one thing about this industry. And you guys know this everybody knows it. You know, people are really when stuff comes in. I mean, look at the appendix carry rig, you know, when that came in people like, oh, my God, you know, whatever. And that's actually interesting because if you think of how long that's been around. Oh my God. You know, guys were doing it, you know, sixties and seventies quote, unquote. So come guys, we're doing it. You know in Vietnam. I mean, it's just it's, but when it gained attention with the internet and people like, oh, you're pointing a gun at your moral is like, hey, but yeah, but if you're out of shape and you're wearing a three o'clock your pointed at the back of your guy. I mean, whatever I mean. But yeah, I mean, the variable power thing, here's what I'll say, you know, the reason for all that I'm telling you now within a few years it's gonna they're they're they're not gonna be any red dots per se anymore, and I say that because of what I've done with US optics. I mean if. They're willing to listen. And do what we've done then that means Leopold's going to do it. I mean, smitten benders gonna do it and knife forces going to everybody's going to it. And the price point is going to get down to where you're going to go. Well, I'm spending a thousand or twelve hundred on EEO tech or name point T one with a magnify are behind it when I can spend a few hundred more and not only do I get all of that. But it's in one complete package, and by the way, it goes way more than three power, you know. So I, you know, I think it's the future. I mean, I helped with the one to four in the one to eight with US optics their outright. Now, the one to eight is is available right now. It's the one to four will be available in probably another month or two. I have I think the only two or three that are around. You know, we we put the red dot it's a daytime visible red dot for. I'm. Getting a little bit ahead of myself with basically taking aim point. You know, it's a daytime visible red dots on the second focal plane. So it doesn't change, you know, it's the same size the whole time and then on the first focal plane, you have a radical and there's there's a choice of radicals. They're all pretty cool. And I mean, that's that's a future, man. I mean that is in the biggest reason is is for the military, and we've been fighting this problem since Amalia in ninety three with you know, with c squadron. You guys have got to be able to positively identify bad guys amongst good guys. And it doesn't matter the difference. It could be fifty yards. If you've got one bad, dude. In a in a huddle of of good people. You gotta be able to and you got to be able to make the shot and the only way you're doing that. Without you gotta have magnification. You can't do that naked eye. And then actually bring that kind of brings us around something else. I wanted to talk about as far as target ID. Goes I've been following several instances as of late where people have gotten shot, and you know, obviously, I deal with more of the concealed carry crowd. And and that's sort of you know, the home defence sort. But I I've I've noticed where people have gotten shot because people didn't have a white light or didn't positively identify a threat before, you know, before they engaged. I actually I saw conversation online where it was do you carry a flashlight and this one guy responsible as well? This is my flashlight, and it was a picture of some tritium sights lit up, and I'm like, you really understand. Exactly what that's I mean. I know a lot of people give me flack because the sites that I make with America, lower are solid black. And you're like what what's up with that? I mean here here's what's up with that tree incites. Hey, if you're a cop if your work if you're a working, man. I call it a working person, you're a cop or a military guy or something. Do you need tritium sights? Hey, man, any advantage. I can get you don't I'm saying like because here's let's all let's everybody think logical order thought here. Let's go reality. Wind tritium sights actually help on a pistol. They help at dusk. And they open dawn when you can still positively ID's a threat, but you wouldn't be able to pick up solid black sites. That's when they help. Right. So you're talking about total in daytime in a twenty four hour span a total of maybe thirty minutes they help. Now, if you're a guy that, you know, that's when high crime statistics are for you is that dusk and dawn, you know, yada, yada. But I mean, solid black sites are going to be more accurate than the day you need to carry bottomline, whoever you are if you're tritium guy or a black site guy, you have gone to carry a flashlight to PI eight-man ramming either on the gun or on your on your person or. A lot of guys do both. And I'll tell you if you know, that's the thing your experience cops Y, a X three hundred or -til are one on the gun. And of course, they've got they've still got a crush her of a hand held because they know the deal. E S Y. Do not know the view. No, no. It's a correction implement something. Yeah. I mean, oh, dude flush. We do some stuff for flash. Like, oh my God. Even even when I was a security guard. They came in handy right after high school. I can't tell the story never mind anyway. Please continue. Yeah. I mean, so I mean, you know. I think a lot of gay goes back to that. Kennedy gear thing, right. Let's look at it. You know, if we go back in the day. Let's go back to the New York City stakeout squad. Jim sarala? Let's go back to those days shooting revolvers, man. They're getting a lot of gunfights. They do not have tritium sights. and they're winning. And you know, these are the guys who by the way, they're inventing the technique of using a flashlight, you know. I mean, this would be the equivalent of of my generation of guys with nods and lasers, you know. We kinda we we've perfected that. But we got the real the real training the real opportunity to use it. So I mean, you've gotta have if I had a choice. If people are like, hey, you can have tritium or black. You know, I'm gonna go with black because if you use your hand held flashlight correctly or if you have a weapon man, like the sites are backlit perfect to take a shot in complete darkness. So, you know, that's really glad you. Really glad you brought up the thirty minutes of of of the day when they actually come in really useful only because in the other instance, that I've run into like if you were in a dark dark place, and you're shooting into a, you know, a much more brightly lit place, they come in handy there. Yeah. Yeah. But the biggest problem with tritium is that from what I've seen, you know, find he can sit that's actually made correctly. And I'll give away the the key here to the kingdom. But you know, the tritium dot on the front sight. It has got to be at the highest point mid line of of the frontside. It needs to be at the bottom where needs to be bottom line. Be that way when you're taking the daytime shot you can still find the front top of the frontside post and actually hit a man's head at twenty five with a pistol. You know, I think the other thing too is maybe not enough people put the practice in really figuring out. What sites are hitting which is a completely different conversation. Oh, yeah. Because you know, I was I was running trigger on HD's on that that salient project or whatever that we just auctioned off. And and you saw me what forty five yards double action headshot. Yeah. Shot after shot, and I couldn't do it. But you know, the, you know. Well, here's the thing that the listeners can you can you can take this to the Bank. You can carve this one in stone when it comes to pistols. I don't care if it's a Sieg or Glock ornate UK number one, if you if you get to Glock seventeen off the line, there is a there is a possibility doesn't mean it's going to have an all time. There's a possibility that one will shoot in one spot at twenty five and one will shoot at another fun twenty five, and that's it. They were made right after each other. So you gotta you gotta realize that if you put the same sites on the gun even get used the four tactical sites for mayor glow. You know? And you're like, okay. That's what I'm using. It's possible. They're not gonna hit. Right. It's just the way pistols are and what I tell guys is that the funny thing to me is that when we get to rifles. You know, there's just everything scopes red dots in iron sights and everybody turns and twists and everything to where it needs to be a lot of people assume a pistol there like we'll Glock knows what they're doing what they're doing or h and k knows it's gotta be good. You like, dude? No, it's it's an eighty percent solution at best generally, the sites, generally, the barrels are, you know, you're fifty fifty depending on the manufacturer the grip on mean. You know what I mean? Like, why is there a grip indent on a Glock back? You know what? I mean. They're thumb right there, right? When they were in. That's just interesting to is actually to have that conversation about leftover vestiges on pistols at haven't moved forward. But we're actually up on the break. So I got some more questions to ask you when we come back. Also, if you guys want to call in and you can get a hold of us if your local five one three seven four nine fifty five hundred or one eight hundred eighty two three eight two five five if you're listening and Zona well, don't call in because the show will have been over for an hour by the time you hear this. Anyway, you're listening to ballistic radio. Welcome back to elicit radio. Run by Kyle. Then shop your source four premium, firearms and ammunition. Visit them online Kyle's gun shop dot com right now. We are talking with mister Kyle to four about all sorts of interesting things that will probably make people mad at some point. Once they listen to this. If we haven't already, but that's kind of part of the show he would like to get on the line with us. You can get a hold of us one eight hundred eighty two three to five five five one three seven four nine fifty five hundred no one on the line right now that I want to talk to no offense. So you could still get a hold of us anyway, call you still there. So we were having an interesting conversation on the phone as I was driving back today. And I was curious to get your thoughts. And or opinion about you know, you went from a very high speed unit for lack of a better term too. Kind of civilian lifestyle a little bit. I mean, not as much as most people do when they get out, and you know, rotate back into the world. How's that been for you? What what are your thoughts as far as the transition and the difficulty there? It's it's there. I mean, it was hard for me. It was hard for me for a while. And you know, because the place that I came from. We were so busy when I left that, you know. You know at first you get out, you know. And then you hear about some stuff the boys did, and you're like damn, you know, they got thirty dudes the other night, I home I got I could've been there. You know? And so then it's a little bit of like him at you know, missing out. And then for me it turned into, you know, I'm letting these guys down, you know, what I mean? Because I I don't wanna I don't wanna. I don't wanna make it sound like something. It's not. But you know, where I came from it is it is what I think a lot of people would think of maybe an old gangster movie or something it's kind of for life. You wrote of being like, even if you're not there. You're still talking to the boys, and you know, what's going on? And you're working in some capacity. Whether you're teaching shooting or whatever so it was hard for me. You know, he got really hard for me a couple of years ago because you know, that was that was that was my crew. So I, you know, but I think the biggest thing for any guys. And it's if I studied this a little bit with you just on my own just researching online and at Barnes and noble, or whatever. But if you go back in time historically modern day when when guys have come back from war, and it's I don't mean to be I'm not trying to be like a soapbox guy right now. But I'm talking about really infantry guys. Like guys are no crap. They're out there doing it. And obviously the so come guys fall under that they have historically since World War One. When they've come back they've gotten into some pretty cool, whatever you're thinking is cool stuff wild stuff. You know, exciting stuff because I think once you experienced that kind of war, and especially when you look at it nowadays where we're at twelve years now, deployed. Get guys are not they cannot come back turn it off. And like just do barbecues and ballgames. That's it's not gonna happen. I mean, I I don't care what kind of psychology degree you have. Or I it's not going to happen. If you want it to happen bad things are going to happen because you can't put dudes into that. So for me personally. Here's what I think. And again, I am I'm uneducated person I barely made it through high school. So, but I think you need a daily outlet when you're coming back from this kind of thing in that can be PT it could be working out. It could be running. It could be riding motorcycles, you know, which I kinda hit two of those. I you know, I try to work out. I generally ride, my motorcycle everywhere. I think you need a daily outlet that is somewhat physical, and and can bring you back to a little bit of what you experience there. And then I think you need a long-term outlet, which you know, I used to be goal oriented. You know, what I started doing early on was was doing the ultra running, you know, like a fifty mile run or thirty mile run or thirty two mile run or whatever that seems to be something where you're like, you know, this is not normal. Not everybody can do this. You. Still in special club so to speak. So I think when guys come back that they whether they're getting out retired at twenty years or they're getting out like me at ten years. I think you need to I wish somebody had told me that, hey, you know, have a daily outlet that you can do have a long-term outlet that, you know, maybe it's hunting. Maybe you want to go hunting for elk in Montana, or maybe you want to go to Africa, and and and get a Cape buffalo, or whatever that's your long term deal. And in your daily deal is your PT or you're running or, you know, maybe you ride a motorcycle, and you try to touch one hundred miles an hour every day on the interstate. I'm not recommending that unless you buy directly, by the way. But you know, whatever it is. But you know, you look at I mean, I mean hell we've had biker gangs started post World War. You know? We've had you know, it's. People. They were. Yeah. If you look historically at a lot of who the for lack of a better term crazy dudes are that that, you know, the come out of the military, and they actually lead a as close to normal life as you're able to after something like that they they tend to be adrenalin junkies a little bit. I would say that would be the word. I think a lot of people use. But I mean, I I would not say that. I I it's calculated risk. I mean, I'm not gonna go. And you know, I just got back from a lead. Climber course out in red rocks. I mean, that's basically how we we got her by out to shot show. We did a military leave climber. I mean dangerous. Absolutely. Because we're we're teaching guys to do it. You know in a reduced rack, you know, non locking Carribean or whatever stuff they can find on the street from in in whatever country is it dangerous. Absolutely. It is. But we've we've trained so much on it. But that's the training and actually doing it is where we're kinda quote unquote, getting off you know, what I'm saying you like, it's all it's all. One big thing, you know. But I would say for guys, man. He can't I I don't know. At least my friends we've not been able to come back and just be like, okay, I'm done with that. Yep. Alter anymore gonna go greeter at WalMart. He's not gonna happen. One. And I appreciate you talking about it. Because and the reason why is because I've been talking with some other people that are friends of mine, lean you know, I've I've dealt with in my past dealing with friends of mine that didn't make the transition so well, and they're not around anymore, and whenever I can talk to guys that you know, are willing to talk about that publicly. I think it's a good thing. And I know that you know, the listenership a lot of ex military listening right now. So I appreciate you discuss. Well, I if I can you know, one thing that is. Is mind boggling to me is is obviously the military suicide rate of f f guys in and. You know, it was the same in Vietnam. And it was the same career. And it was the same in World War Two. It's just that. We didn't have the internet back. Then we didn't have the close communication with each other. And everybody that we have. Now, it's always been the same. You know? Tom Spooner who who's a who's a friend of mine through JD poten- ski at Invictus. You know, he's doing he's doing good things to try to you know, help this thing. And I think a lot of people man that PTSD word is it is it is still to this day because of Hollywood and the in the media, it's like this taboo thing. And I think what a lot of people don't realize that you know, you've got PTSD if you were in a good bar fight. You know what I'm saying? Like, it doesn't mean it's a bad deal. It doesn't even mean it's something that can it should prevent you from doing something. It's just that people have to realize that you know, you you ask in these guys to go over and do this thing. And then you you know, 'cause here's the deal when nine eleven happened. I mean, I remember I was already at the command when it happened. You know, everybody wants blood. I mean, I I remember crystal clear, you know, go of sin the boys over there. And let's let's basically start. Start killing people. And but you know, we how soon we forget in how soon how short America's attention span is. And now, it's like, hey, by the way, all those dudes that are now forty, you know, forty five that that went over when they were twenty five or thirty or whatever, you know, don't forget about him, dude. 'cause they they did exactly what you asked because you weren't going gonna do it. You know what I'm saying? And that's something a lot of people should keep in mind. I mean, it's you know, again, that's a whole 'nother show. So I don't wanna get sidebar too much. But you know, you gotta transition man. Thanks. I really do. Appreciate you talking about it only. Because like I said, I don't think that it's openly discussed enough. And in for me is billion. It's ver-. It's hard for me to even get to that place to understand it. So I think you speaking about it helps people who may not have ever had that experience to have some idea. What these guys are going through when they come back. Yeah. And and the other thing is I think one of the things I was talking to some other dates with you know, I think one of the biggest things besides PTSD survivor's guilt. And I actually see that's the the bigger of the two, and I will tell you straight up. I mean, I've talked to my wife about it before. I mean, I had it wholeheartedly. I you know, I had a and there were five of us one day we got hit with ninety and and and one guy died, and you know, I was at the time a single dude with three motorcycles that was in a specialized unit, and whatever and do the died was married with a six month old. So. A lot of that stuff. Man. The you know, you gotta find an outlet for that. And and that's the best way that I know of to deal with it. So hopefully that helps induce out. Hey, hey, I really appreciate come on the show tonight man, and all I'll catch up with you off the air and all that thanks so much. Yeah. Absolutely, man. Thanks for having me any new problem next week. We're going to be talking with Patrick McNamara about high intensity training, and some of the things that he's doing these days actually ran into him out in Las Vegas. But remember you can always listen past shows bliss agreed your dot com. And check out our Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Belichick radio. I get Steph. We there anyway, make sure you tune in next Sunday seven pm, thank you for listening to this radio. Be safe.
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The Mystery of Good Friday a special conversation with Deacon James Keating Ph.D. and Kris McGregor Podcast
"Cernan HEARTS DOT com presents the mystery of Good Friday Twenty Twenty with Deacon James Keating. This is a special audio version of a skype conversation that was held. Deacon Keating can be viewed as a video either on discerning hearts dot com or on the discerning hearts Youtube Channel. Taking Keating is the Director of theological formation for the institute for Priestly Formation Located at Creighton University in Omaha Nebraska. He's the author of numerous spiritual. Books is a highly regarded retreat leader having conducted over four hundred group spiritual retreats. He is also a feature contributor to discerning hearts. We now present the mystery of Good Friday with Deacon James Katie. I'm your host Chris. Mcgregor Digging Keating. Thank you again for joining us. Welcome Deacon Keating Thank You. We have been responding in a very railway to this present moment we find ourselves in and which many other people find themselves in the mystery of this sacred time in the life of the church. I think it's important. Remember that the church is not necessarily just about an institution the church actually is the mystical body of Christ. It's US isn't it? It's US and that's why a lot of people are remembering during this time of seclusion. Sequestering in quarantine is that The church is the people and we miss each other but we also have to remember that the church is still existing. Even though we can't see each other it's existing in our personal prayer from home is existing from the acts of charity. That are being done many many times secretly some of course dramatically on TV with our healthcare professionals but also that the mass is continuing of Sacramento continuing just before big crowds so the church is very much alive in its essence which is a human beings coming together out of faith in the risen. Jesus on good Fridays in the past. I think I've been. I thought I was very STOIC. That I would enter into the practice of watching the passion of Christ I think. One of the most provocative but also so compelling experiences of entering into the actual death of Christ The his trial and his persecution and everything else and You know when I make it through and I thought okay I did it. I walked with him during that But you know what taking Keating this year I. I don't think I have it in me to watch it. I just don't I it just the. I don't think I can do it this year. We what why is that? What you missing It so it was one thing to enter into his pain. But now it's like it's all all of the pain. There's been so much pain. There's been so much suffering that I mean at least for us in America in. This is a first time dosage. A yes and our families had things happen. But this on a global scale which encompasses our family like a mushroom cloud it encompasses our family everything then end in two also experienced his suffering. I don't I don't know I don't know if I mostly you're physically. Have it in me this year? Yeah well it makes sense. You're emotionally filled with commune versatile. Pain but you know even that access the pain if you will in our psyches is to be brought to him. At the Cross and Fulfillment of God's creation the call the cross the fulfillment of God's creation is an Orthodox theologian. Father John Bear and he has a beautiful analysis of the meaning of human life begins when God says let us make a human in our image and it ends when Jesus says on the Cross. It is finished. What's finished? The creation is finished the creation of the human person that God will from the very beginning now. Of course Atta messed it up. And the new Adam had to relentlessly see to the end. The good will of the father which was which was to create the human being and upon the Cross. Jesus is the human being. He is the one that got had in mind since the beginning of the world. And that's why we go to the cross at mass because we are trying to unite ourselves with the human being the one that the Father Always willed the Christ of course since the fall the human being in order to reach potential of human The Human End was also divine. And so God's will from the beginning was to have human and divine coexisting together and complete peace. We called that the garden of Eden and again not got messed up so now the garden of Eden is actually Jesus he is wearing humanity and divinity coexist in complete union. And we want to get in on that so to speak and so the sacraments are the way that we get in on it. We get in on the Garden of Eden we get on on the will of God which was to be a perfect peace with humanity with humans perfectly listening to the love of the Father Obeying that love and we do that by faith being vulnerable to the Eucharist. This is why it's so important to have the crucifix in the Church at the very center of the Church. Because it's the sign of the completed will of the father here is the human being that will now a gift the rest of humanity with the peace he experiences with his father. It was restlessness in the garden. But now in Jesus there is peace and he wants to give us this piece so that we can coexist in holy communion with the father as well and so whatever pain where feeling whatever fear were experiencing we go to the cross. We go to the apex of the fathers. Will we go to love itself totally revealed and open to receive us all of our fears all of our paying so he can't watch the passion of the Christ the Navy again. You just WanNa take the crucifix off the wall and today and tomorrow Just sit with the crucifix and Pressure Index Finger over the open side of Christ and poor all of your fears into his sacred heart that open wound which goes right to his sacred heart and let that man the ultimate human the one that God has in mind from the beginning the one who is completely one with divinity let that person he'll your ears and your pain the thing about the liturgy of the church which was always I thought so beautiful about the tritium and we talked about this the other day that it's one beautiful liturgy liturgy of course means. I think it's the Greek for other work people and it's a time when we give it space so an holy. Thursday the Liturgy. A lot of people don't realize it doesn't end. It didn't stop. We just took a break. It was just a break. Then we come together again on. Good Friday and there's so many compelling moments because the liturgy as well as our work that is so different than other Celebrations is. It is a celebration a celebration of love that we experienced. I mean even that entrance. It's quiet it's a quiet entrance and just the you celebrate it many of those. I'm sure they've been a very special to you too. That's what's most compelling about good. Friday's it silence the prostration of clergy at the beginning and then silence and it silence before the mystery of death and silence before the mystery of death that is not void of presence or meaning but it is to some extent Aw because it's filled with God down. A God has literally filled death of the enemy of God evil sin death has been taken down by God by God literally entering those evils and again this is the great Contempt of fruit of the trim is that. We are silenced. By this great love that God would literally go into the enemy. They said that this is Something that he commended for us to do too. When he said to forgive our enemies to love those who persecute you in other words with his spirit we can actually withstand evil and contend with it never by ourselves never by our own puny will but only when it is filled an engulfed by the divine presence in God could go into the scariest thing about being human which is death and fill it with light and his presence and victory and so when the clergy lay down on the floor on Good Friday. They're prostrating before this great mystery of God defeating Evil and evil that we all have to go into but now we go into it in the presence of the resurrection because Jesus is in us. Jesus is living in us. The resurrection is in us. So believers go into death. The Way God went into death with hope with power and ultimately it's already a foretaste win. Ever meditating death on Good Friday. It's already a foretaste of Resurrection because the resurrection was in the Crucifixion. Because the resurrection was God and God is the one who is dying and now God is new through baptism and so your death is already the resurrection because the divine already in you already happening. And so there's great hope even though it's a day of silence that association also day of hope because of what we know is coming the Once again we end up a hearing in the liturgy of the word the Not only how can I say not? Only because the Isaiah reading the suffering servant is one of the most powerful rains ever In that for shadowing of what was going to come next. We hear the Gospel once again. But this time it's from the template of its from John. It's his his experience. The one who was at the foot of the cross the blessed mother It it's It's so important for us to to enter into that Particular Gospel all the Gospels but that Particular Gospel. This time in prayer isn't it? John is the one who gives us that famous line. It is finished. It is finished. What is finished This creation creation is finished at everything after the crucifixion resurrection. Everything after that is creation groaning as Paul says to catch up to what. Jesus has already done that. Perfect man that perfection of God again. Perfection is not as we understand it. Perhaps mathematically with no errors or false but scripturally perfection is what? Jesus said it was be perfect as your heavenly father is perfect in the contextualized that within the sense of welcoming your enemies welcoming other welcoming those who are not you and of course. That's what Jesus was literally doing on the Cross we was welcoming those who were the enemy who were not him when the words were against him and this is what perfection is for the for the Christian on the cross Jesus was the perfect man because he was the man who was forgiven welcoming of the enemy welcoming of the one who has literally killing him and still not calling down his angels to destroy them but actually welcoming the one who is killing into his own heart as the scripture says God has the sunshine on the good and the evil and that's what Jesus was doing from the Cross. He was saying you're still welcome in me even as you're killing me because I am love itself and so as we meditate on. Good Friday crucifixion. Were also meditating on our own dignity as Christians we have again to the Holy Spirit. We have that spirit of perfection in us the spirit of forgiveness the spirit of welcoming those who are not ourselves in other words to no longer live as extensions of our egos to literally be hospitable to the other even the other who would hurt us through the process of forgiveness. Obviously great mysteries here that the Holy Spirit must shooter us in in Real Life. We can always think about them and write about them. Speak about them but when it comes to living them we really need the incredible combustible power of the Holy Spirit. Moving our will to actually welcome the enemy and forgive those who are hurting us. But it's all there on the cross. The perfect man the forgiven man the man who is in perfect harmony with God all of those things. Jesus is trying to give us with as well. You know welcoming the enemy when you said that it's like ooh we welcome. The enemy is that is that possible. Are We capable of that? We see it most plainly. I think when someone dies in Christ when you're at the bedside of a saint and you see the greatest enemy of human life. Death being embraced peacefully in faith in Christ and we always say things at the end of this kind of dying. Like wasn't that amazing did Ni- experience. Some grace or peace myself was very much like the century of the Cross when he said truly this is the son of God. There was something that was passed between the one who is welcoming the enemy and the People. Who are witnessing the one who is welcoming the enemy and so is it possible. Yes we see when people die in Christ. What other enemy greater than death you know. We always have a configuration in our mind of the enemy. It could be someone as close as our spouse someone. Who's being abused? Perhaps by their spouse and enemy from a foreign land and we have these images of what an enemy is but the enemy is coming for all of us in the form of death. And that's what our whole lifers prepatory for will we welcome it in Christ and therefore disarm it in Christ in the power of the resurrection or will we you know. Approach the enemy in fear and trembling and As a psychiatrist said to me you know going out kicking and screaming or will we die like a candle being blown out? This is how the saints approached the greatest enemy because their whole life through the Eucharist developmentally progressively. They have become Christ so that means they have been able to welcome the enemy on the cross of their deathbed because the spirit of Christ was in them. So yes very possible. The history of our church is the possibility of being hospitable to the enemy. The greatest enemy of all you know I remember a time when I was. I was actually a young litter gist parish liturgies and we had just opened a new church and we were going to do all the liturgy. Since the way you're supposed to just according to the right just the way it was meant to be and I remember being so frantic during that tritium trying to make sure everything was perfect. Someone said to me later. That's kind of a folly. Strive for excellence but never strive for perfection. 'cause you can't meet it but I I remember when it came time for the veneration that cross and we had one large wooden cross instead of a lot of little ones which I've come to realize there's you know it doesn't really matter but then I was just such a purist and we had one big cross and watching. The moment came where everybody came to venerate the cross and they had long lines one big long line going forward to the altar just to kiss that large cross and I couldn't do anything. There is nothing left for me to do. Couldn't run around. I just had a weight and I remember the feeling that in just watching all those people and I. I was anxious because I wanted to get it done you know. Let's go onto the next thing but something happened. It wasn't gonNA go any faster than it was going to go and in watching all of them going up a couple steps people with wheelchairs and and older couple's little kids and all that it makes me cry now. I mean it was just the most I found myself just breaking out in tears and you know I never thought of myself as emotional overly emotional but I I had to go in the sacristy. I couldn't stop crying because it was just the most compelling thing I think I've I've ever experienced I can't say just what I've ever seen. It was experience and it and that moment of venerating the cross. I you know to This Day. I mean it's twenty some years later and I still it just It that's the power. Isn't it when you when you're forced to just like today we're just forced to stop like I was then nothing left to do and you just have to. You just have to let the moment take you. I mean you have no other choice really. The procession to the crucifix is a Bodyman of Salvation. One of the reasons maybe it's so compelling to watch and move into a contempt of mode of watching is because you're watching humanity move through to its very salvation to kiss the cross to kiss kiss what to kiss the reconciliation of humanity and divinity to kiss the end of death in the beginning of the resurrection. It's just too much for our psyches even contain and so when you're watching the procession very much like Ash Wednesday. Those two processions are very interesting. The Catholics lineup To process to these of death because unconsciously. They know that that is true. Procession the true procession of human life and this again this Corona virus quarantine were in is making us all stripped down there to the essentials of life. No more hiding places from consciousness of death. It's right here before us all the time. That's why the physician is on TV every day. Because he's trying to warn us against death so this were thinking about it all the time during the regular the regular cycle of our life. We suppress it. The now it's right out there in the open. Where else is it right out there in the open on? Good Friday on Ash Wednesday when we literally possessed A process to our our grave if you will we get ashes on our head. We literally process to calvary where death is present in all of it's excruciating pain. The most extreme kind of death but at the same time as I said before within that dying because of who it is who is dying is also worth kiss. Because we know that at the end of his dying will be our living and so we're kissing the complete mystery woman kissed the Cross. Were kissing the mystery of our own death and we we know we're heading toward it but also kissing the end of meaninglessness over death because inside the death itself as we attach ourselves to Christ through holy communion inside that death itself is the resurrection. And so we're also kissing our salvation and that's GonNa be a very difficult thing to not witnessed this year. Good Friday but Again maybe we can sit quietly in our homes. Hold the crucifix. The Crucifix Ourselves in our homes and process in a way to salvation. Yeah I to venerate the cross in our own home because I just as you were talking i. It made me so sad to think that we may be done with that particular gesture of kissing the cross on Good Friday or venerating in some way I mean. Now you know we're we're even if even when this pandemic ends. Will we ever be able to do that again? As a community will they ever without ever be allowed again because of our fears? What might be nice if that's true if the fear reasonable fear than we should obey it And if it's true that we can never crip kiss a one a unified cross. It might be good then for the priest of the parish to invite every single family to bring in their own home crucifix and at that time of the man at that time of the Liturgy to actually have. Everyone Reverend's their own crucifix that they brought to Church with them. That's something I don't know if we appreciate how much that means. I mean it through in our homes. We we have crucifixes in every room. I mean that's just that's it for us. It's always a it's he. He dwells there. It's mark it's a reminder in every place we are and a but even for us. I think sometimes we take it for granted. It's not just a home decor you know in F- for ME I. I'll be the first one to say. Maybe that's what it became for Awhile. Home Decor True Sacremental Especially the the blessed Chris. Fix It carries a grace with it and Each time when we pass it in our own home or maybe we should even touch. You're just Bauer had before it or say quite prayer before it. It's there for that reason to give us the grace of deepening our own faith in the savior. There's a passage from a work by Carol. How slander that has stayed with me for. Oh Gosh probably good fifteen years since my I read it and ultimately it's the culmination of what happens on Good Friday and in one line. She just sums it all up. She Goes. This is the day we killed. God yes and that's always such a horrific sentence in but we should say more often than we do And again like anything starkly true. Sometimes we ask it in cover it but her language The day we killed God. And that's been repeated again and again without being too dramatic. It's repeated every time we sin every time we sin. We are choosing to separate ourselves from God's life and in a in a burst of mental illness. We think we can design our own life so that separation is like a killing or adapt and so again. That's the ragged history of humankind. Does that we are. We are more stupid than we think. We are because we keep repeating the same error not only generation generation but we keep repeating the same era in our own short brief lifetime. How many times have we repented? And gone to the sacrament of reconciliation. We still don't get it. We still think that choosing a life of separation from God will somehow give us life the great satanic temptation only the really simple not even the intellectual but only the really simple minded in other words. The person with a clear mind will be the one who says you know what this temptation that keeps coming back to me to separate myself from God is idiotic and from here on in. I refused to do it. I want to stay in the stream of life. I don't want to go away towards death anymore. And of course this is the triumph of the saints but yeah we killed God. That's our great crime. That's our great shame but our great glory through the use of the blessed mother is that That distance between God was reconciled in the flesh of one man Jesus now we had better Become beguiled by that man so that we can be rectified before God as well for many around the world this time particularly in this hemisphere Springtime is coming and tomorrow probably be hopefully for many a brighter day than it's been maybe son Mormon out. It's a day that for the actions of what happens on. Good Friday though it almost demands. What the Scripture says? It demands rain a thunderclap lightning wrenching veils and all kinds of things and yet even in this time of the pandemic. It's almost as though you know. Were we want to be in that light? We want to have the sunshine. There's nothing wrong with that but there's a isn't there it's like we almost want to have the drama of everything and yet the sun keeps bursting in something keeps bursting in to make it not as gloomy am. Am I making sense about? Sometimes we have to. We want to dramatize with Friday. Maybe even to help our emotional life connect with the death of Jesus and so I know people say I hate when Good Friday as sunny. 'cause it's contradiction to what. I'm supposed to be feeling but you know we live in. We live in the constant knowledge which is truly astounding. We think of it. Even the apostles didn't have the knowledge we have. We live in the constant knowledge of the complete tritium. So we don't have to artificially feel sad on Good Friday. We don't have to artificially be joyful on on Easter. We have always had the full Christ before us. We are always three hundred sixty five days a year. Meditating on what? We are concentrating now in these three days and this concentration is a great gift for us especially for those who maybe forget the mystery us all the time but it can help our prayer life sometimes to be more subdued on. Good Friday just like it can help are pro-life to be more joyful music flowers on on Easter Sunday. That's just are in Carnet state as human beings but we hold the whole mystery in us all the time. Yeah I think it was one of my kids longtime ago. Such me but mom. Why don't they just call it bad? Friday? It's a bad day. It's a really bad day. Why don't we just call? Why are we call it? Good Friday I I all. It's a good. That's a good question. You know you try to explain the importance of the the sacrifice and the great love gift and everything like that. But it's hard I mean my. Don't we just call it bad? Friday. This was a bad day. Probably because what we're talking about here is that theologically. It's impossible to call a bad because we know the ending and we also know the one who went through it and we also know that the we're good as sort of a euphemism for sacred is like this is just the holiest days. Just call it sacred Friday. That would be good secret. Friday would be great. That'd be a great title. Well any final thoughts on this Particular Day Deacon Keating in two thousand twenty when the world is so crazy. We'll just remember in intercessory prayer all of those families now well into the thousands who've actually experienced death in their family during this horrible virus that this. Good Friday is going to be a particular burden. Easter is going to be a particular burden for them so as members of the body of Christ we want to intercede for those families who have lost a husband and father ally for mother to this dreadful disease and we commend them to the most sacred heart of Jesus and we ask him to console these families and for anyone who was sick in the hospital and particularly to grow very close to the healthcare workers and to console them especially in their fears are in their weariness. So Good Friday has a particular meaning this year for all of those families and we also asked the Holy Spirit to give wisdom to our secular leaders so that they stand their ground and that they remain true to what reason and science is telling us and to non-tobacco to political pressure or the irrationality of people. Who Don't see clearly so we asked the wisdom of the Holy Spirit to come upon our secular leaders as well and then we do ask for some quiet time on Good Friday and to take those crucifixes not only from the wall but pressed against our hearts. You know you brought up a point at the in the liturgy there. The eighteen prayers of intercession at the time. When we for a lot of Catholics standing up nailing down standing up kneeling down and but is because it's supposed to incorporate all of us all of our actions. This is this Good Friday good Fridays. Thank you Deconncini. Because it really is the great day of Intercession hasn't it yes it is and that's what. Jesus was doing from the Cross. It was interesting to the world and so in him through We do the same. Could you give a blessing on this? Good Friday. We miss those. I think the blessing Lord Jesus Christ Son Living God we thank you for Calvary we thank you for your yes always to the father so that the perfect man was present to humanity upon the cross. You are that perfect man because you are God and humanity reconciled. We wish that to Jesus we wish to be reconciled to you biggest. Good Friday. Be That Day of reconciliation. And we ask you to watch over us into bless all of us the name of the father the son and the Holy Spirit Amen. Thank you so much taking money. Now we're off to more probably one of the most mysterious days of them all holy Saturday. Thank you thank you. 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#30: Science fiction to renewable reality: nuclear fusion energy - Dr Melanie Windridge of Tokamak Energy
"Welcome to the inspiring sustainability podcast. My name as ADEMA toll. And today I am delighted to be inviting Melanie win, drew of talk amac energy, and so welcome melody. Treasure to being here and Melanie as both a communications consultant for took MAC and also a plasma physicist by training. And what talk about do? Well, they specialize in nuclear fusion, so because nuclear fusion is still very much science fiction. And I'm guessing many of the listeners might not understand what it's all about. What we'll do is dive straightening to understanding a bit about nuclear fusion, and then we'll talk a little bit more about sits so Melanie. Give us the headlines of wat- nuclear fusion is. Nuclear fusion is the reaction that's happening in the sun and the style stars all the time. So the reason that we have all the energy from the sun, the reason we can fail his warmth than it can grow plants and everything the sun does. That's all coming from nuclear fusion. That's what's creating that energy and what's happening is small particles nuclei of atoms a coming together to make large atoms in the center of the sun. So hydrogen is joining together to make helium and late Ron. Actually, he and can come together to make carbon and bigger atoms. So all of the atoms now on the molecules that are in the the universe or actually created in stars and fusion is the basic process. So it's the energy process for the universe if you like. And since ientist figured out what was causing the sun to burned creates energy. They've been dreaming upon us. This energy for use on us. Great. Great. Had basically what we're doing is we're looking to create the conditions that are in the sun on. Now, why? Because there is a reason why I've asked you to be on the inspiring sustainability. Pocus is quite a few reasons, but because nuclear obviously has a bit of a bad reputation with some environmentalists all of them actually. But so so why is fusion something that's going to be potentially game changing, especially on the sustainability side of things. Asian is kind of the dream energy source because it produces huge amounts of energy, small amount of fuel. So as an example fuels that we would use on us heavy types of hydrogen. So as you Terry him and tritium and actually tritium comes from lithium, which everyone's two million with because it's used in batteries, for example. And so just one laptop, battery and half off of water from which he can extract you. -tarian is the equivalent in energy times to about forty tons of coal, so you can get huge amounts of energy from Bradley little fuel and also without taking a lot of space because a lot of renewable energy sources, like for example, solar panels or wind mills, they take large areas to in order to generate the energy that we need. And this can be tricky in places where the energy demands the high. Hi, but the space is low. For example, cities. So fusion would be a great energy source for for places like that way. You've got high demand in Los base because you'll be able to get a lot of energy to satisfy that demand. But on top of that, it's a, it's clean. It doesn't produce any greenhouse gases at produces no long radioactive waste either because the the rea- action deterement tritium comes together to make helium and the neutron and so helium is the main product of the reaction was helium is safe. So we're not producing any long lived radioactive waste, which is the problem with fishing in fishing, you're producing waste that will lost maybe tens of thousands of years in needs to be buried fusion, doesn't do that. It does produce a little bit of radioactive waste in the structure of the power station itself. So it's not producing that way to waste in the reaction. But over the lifetime of the power safe. Action it, it struck to the metal will become slightly radioactive, but this is less of a problem because by careful choice of materials, we can actually minimize radio activity and also it won't last for tens of thousands of years. It will probably last about fifty two hundred years before the radio activity has decayed away and the materials the safe and able to be recycled. So it's a, it's a human timescale. It doesn't have that that legacy that burden on future generations. So I think that's very important after sustainability as well. So fusion is clean green safe, and it's abundant. So it's really dream energy source for the future to to satisfy rising energy demands. Definitely. Okay. So great. We've established the kind of why are already invite you on in the in the big picture. So I'm just going to give some headlines listeners as to what else they can expect from today because wall has. Been nuclear fusion as famous for really two things in many senses woman, what we've just detailed, which is a could be the energy source of the future. But also it's been something that's being from the basically the nineteen eighties something that's about thirty years away every time. So even now if you go this money, there. There are other organizations which are looking to create nuclear fusion power plants and they stole thirty years away. Now, what's interesting is talk amac as Scott a process which could fast forward that much more quickly. And so we're gonna be talking about that and how much smaller organization are going to be able to get to that kind of promise land maybe within just over a decade or so. But also one of the things that's interesting for me is the journey over small organization how getting there. And then as an aside, we're gonna be talking about Melania a little bit about her journey as particularly as a woman in a very male dominated industry as. And it's very science fiction. So of training that you did as a plasma physicist. So I let start startle all older kind of thing that nuclear fusion is famous for. Can you give a little bit of history going back to when I started looking at fusion as being a potential energy source as back in the twentieth century. Okay. So Qizheng started being investigated more seriously after the second World War. So their experiments in the fifties that were looking at how using a plasma and how you could maybe confined this plasma. So a plasma is just an electrically charged gas, and it only exists when there's enough energy in a system to strip atoms apart. So electrons come away from the nucleus of the atom, and then they move around separately. And so this plasma can conduct electricity because those electrons conflict through the gas and they conduct the electricity. So they started doing experiments with plasma in the Donut shaped that rings and and they'd run a current through it, and they would see that it would sort of pinch together, pulls it self together away from the walls, but they couldn't get to high enough temperatures like that because plasmas very unstable, it would sort of twist. Up and kink, like if you twisting elastic band too much and then and then it will just lose all its configuration. And it just hits the walls and nothing happens. And so they realized that actually they're going to need to learn a lot more about this plasma state because they didn't know very much about it at all. And so a lot of research than was in the early decades was done into better understanding plasma and and basically how you can confine it will trap it because that's essentially what you need to do. If you want to make the conditions that are in the center of stars, you need to get it hot enough for long enough for fusion reactions to occur. So you need to keep this turbulent dynamic halt gas plasma stable for many, many seconds before fusion reactions will kick in and then hopefully keep the reaction going, keep the plasma hot. And so that's been the challenge for. You know, the last sixty is actually just controlling this plasma and it's not. It's not dangerous. If you lose control, it's not. It's not a big explosion or anything. It's just the the class McColl's and in order to do fusion to have those conditions that we see in the center does we need temperatures of hundreds of millions degrees. So that's pretty hot. So controlling the plasma is really about keeping it stable and keeping it away from the wall so that you can keep it hot because you have to get it hot enough fusion reactions to occur. And so, yeah, there was a lot of research going on in the early years just trying to understand plasma and trying to confine intrepid and in the sixties. The Russians came up with a concept which is cool to talk amac and this talk amac is is basically a ring. Doughnut shaped machine with big magnets that go around the ring as if you've got a solo Noida route drowned on itself. Because of wire around donuts, and this this talk MAC and is a way of trapping plasma. And it was the best system that we have so far for actually confining plasma and they rebel to reach higher temperatures. And so the talk might became popular around the world as a concept to investigate. And this is where talk Mak energy came from. So about ten held on the end of about two thousand nine, two thousand ten talk energy span also columns diffusion energy, which is the main fusion laboratory in the UK and we wanted to work on on on smaller, talk max actually. So using the talknet concepts and an all of that knowledge that's built up over the is, but working with new technologies so that we can build swollen machines. I suppose that that's something that will come onto. A little bit late, but yes, so the the history of fusion is first of all plasma and trying to understand plasma, the talk amac emerged as the front runner if you like. And then there was a lot of research at jet, the big machine in Oxford chick cool jet, which joint European tourists. And that's the best performing talk Mak in the world so far it's started operating in the early nineteen eighteen about nine hundred eighty one. And in the nineteen nineties, it achieved fusion and another machine in the America did as well too. But so they got real fusion reactions, so it's not just science fiction. They actually made us reactions. The one thing that they haven't done yet is get more energy out of the machine than they put in that selfishly important if you want to make a power station, but yet holds the world record so fusion energy out. So they produced. They produce sixteen megawatts of fusion power, which was about sixty five percent of what was put in. So that was in the nineteen nineties. But since then things kind of slowed down a bit because the machine started getting bigger and bigger and bigger. And particularly, they started working on a big machine cooled eater, which is being built at the moment in the south of France, and each is is going to be huge. It's going to be price, not two or three times the size of jets jetties through. Twelve meters high. He thinks it's going to be it's going to be a really big machine and another bad thing in itself at HR is a incredible engineering project. It's very, very impressive. But because it's so big, it's it became a worldwide collaboration. And it became very bureaucratically difficult and it's been very much delayed. And so that's the thing with the fusion program. Now, it's we've been waiting for the last two years for the next big machine and and it's been slowing down the fusion program, Yana thing. That's the interesting thing I with my kind of like school boy interest in. Science. I on the fortunately I gave physics when I was about sixteen, but I still have a fascination with it as kind of known known professional person. And that's the thing that it was. I heard about this. I realize what the name was the the wind down in the south of France, and that kind of like going trying to do things big and build that. And so because my understanding was Uzi back in the eighties with was actually a an international collaboration, including Ronald Reagan, and even the Russians looking at all, what was the going back there? How did that start out. Yes, e too. Different ideas at the back then. And there still are actually, there are different ways to talk. Mike is not the only way of achieving fusion conditions. But so, but the time the talk with sort of the forerunner and they decided that they wanted to build a big talk back. And I think at the end of the Cold War, it also became symbolic. But the the Russian, the talk, Mike is a Russian design, and they wanted to get together the Russians and the Americans and the Europeans as well, and and and do this thing for humanity so sold the energy problem. So there was a there was a meeting with Reagan Gorbachev where they were, they decided they should hands. We're going to make this big fusion machine, and so that was quite symbolic at the end of the Cold War. But then as I said, it's it became it became very big and it became very bureaucratic. The idea for the making it bigger is is actually a sensible one, and it's based on the technology that was available at the time. Because there are three main things that. Affect the fusion power you get out of the reaction. One is the efficiency of the machine. One is the strength of the magnetic field using Trump your plasma and the other is the volume will the size of the machine. And if you increase any of those things, you're going to increase the fusion power. Actually the magnetic field strength has the greatest effect. The efficiency of the machine has the next largest defect and then and then the size, the volume, but at the time and still still today, the magnetic field is the more expensive parts of the machine, and it's difficult to increase with the magnet technology that was available. It limits, it limits the magnetic field you could get. So they found a hard to increase the magnetic field. Their fish instead of the machines is also fairly fixed with talkback design at had to sort of limited officiency. And so the easiest thing to to change on the thing they had the most controllers was the size, and so that's. Why the machines were getting bigger and bigger. It was logical. Changed over the last thirty years, say, technologies have changed, look, you, can you can think about if you think about what you're using in the eighteenth or the nineteenth, I play off to think about listening to my walkman when I was a child in the eighties. Now we have music streaming MP, threes and eight. It's completely different technologies move on and an so magnetic -nology of moved on us well. And now we can do things differently to how we could have done thirty years ago. And this is what talkback energies investigating because if we can use new technologies and increase that magnetic field, for example, an increase the efficiency we can. We're looking at a slightly different shape of machine as well. So a spherical tokamak which is like more score stop doughnuts or an apple shape. If we can use these new technologies than we don't need to increase the size so much so we can bring the size of the machines down and I'm not saying it's going to be tiny. It might still be the size of the jets. Amac for example. But that's a big difference when it comes to building a machine. And if you can make as much as possible in factories than that also reduces the cost and increase its time scale tours fusion. So the the idea of the new technologies is really key. Yeah, definitely not just by the listeners for the nerds out that I wanna do more research, you can. It's the international thermonuclear experimental reactor. The which understandably everybody calls the eater instead. They say that eats means the way in Latin, they side. There's a double of reason for eater. And I think it's was interesting for me. Is that kind of a because I'm passionate about kind of how you use do things. Small can start kind of a more of a startup mentality and as lean as possible, I think is really important. How is. Talking about energy approaching this in the kind of the kind of startle of lean mentality told me a bit more about that. So as I said. Started in about two thousand nine and ten. And the idea was then we mainly looking at using talk maxes neutral sources actually. So not necessarily busing on energy, but. Bye. Bye. Thousand twelve. We decided that actually we wanted to to try and make him make power stations from these smaller talk lax. And I see there was a something happened with technologies with the magnet technology. So we use something cool high temperature superconductors for magnets, or at least we plan to in the future, we're still investigating them and the high temperature superconductors got to a stage where you could actually use them to make magnets. So the superconductor is is actually a ceramic, sir, like China Cup with something like that. So they had to establish the technology so that they could make this ceramic really, really thin and in tapes that you can then wind into nights around into coils. So when that happened, we realized that we could actually use this new material for new magnets. That's when talk Mak energy shifted and said, okay, let let's really concentrate on on working towards fusion pass stations. Now, again, sorry, just as bevaqua contrast war. One of those saying now with eater that they think that they might my guess kind of more energy out of that plant than they're pulling into. And one is the time that you're looking to get the first commercial prototype for Takamatsu energy. So we have targets on the way to fusion energy. So that little step by STAN goals. First of all, we wanted to firstly demonstrates capabilities demonstrating you could use these high temperature superconductors full magnets. We did that in two thousand fifteen. We made a small talk amac with all its magnets made from high temperature superconductors and we ran it for over twenty four hours to prove that technology. Now there's still a lot of work is going on in developing high temperature superconductors for magnets. And that's something that we're doing in a magnet lab. But then at the same time, we're also working on building bigger, talk next to increase talk capability. So the next thing we wanted to do in in a machine that we have cooled s. t. forty, we won't to get fusion temperatures. So we want to get to a hundred million degrees in that machine. So far we've achieved fifteen million degrees. Which is hotter than the center of the sun. So we did that in about may this year. So that was really exciting milestone for us and hopefully in the next year or so we can achieve fusion temperatures. So one hundred million degrees and then off that the next step is to put these technologies together, the talk MAC and the high temperature superconducting magnets, and hopefully generate more energy than we put in. So get poss- energy break. Even I'd like to see that happen. Before the middle of the next decade, preferably sooner sometime in the next five years. And then after that will be. Demonstrating we'll, we'll have to build a bigger machine at it will demonstrate electricity. I electric city, so we have, we have these targets. We'd like to demonstrate the commercial feasability of fusion by twenty thirty. So I the making enough heat for electrodes, even if we don't actually make the electric city all making the electricity it. So as those are plans and then hopefully could roll out power stations like from the twenty thirties. But of course, these these targets. But the timescale question is really, really tricky one because it relies on so many things in the sciences, one aspect of it. And of course it signs, it's an expiration. We don't know what was gonna find. That's the thing we can have plans, but we don't how how tricky is going to be. There might be new things coming up. We've never untypically. That's the way science works and. So that makes it hard to predict their other things as well, but are outside about control. For example, there's there's the political side of things. I think for startup it makes it a little bit easier because we're smaller more agile. We can make decisions quickly not caught up in government bureaucracy, but still there, there will be things like they'll be things like sites to consider the will be things like licensing because we will have radioactive radioactive material on site. Even if it's a much lower level than fishing, they will still be licensing to consider the feds, even things like health and safety because of my netted field. So you can't put a talk amac. We are in like, we're in an industrial sites at the moment so they can be quite close to other people, but you can't be like right next door. So there are lots and lots of things to consider that out of our hands. And this is the problem that each has had. Actually, it's not just the, it's not the science necessary that's being hosted in Etowah back is all the other things. And so hopefully for the. Startups because this molar more hopefully they can get round some of these, these other external issues foster that remains to be seen. So yeah, we have. We have plans to demonstrate the commercial feasability of fusion by twenty thirty. But as I said, it's not all in harm's tone, but just to give Bevan stunning of scale, how many people currently working with for talking back energy. Currently, we have about fifty employees, I'd say, but we also have a lot of consultants who work with oak Mike energy as well. In fact, I'm I'm a consultant. I'm not full time employees, and we're very lucky to have lots so old of consultants as well. So people who've worked that career is in the fusion industry with talk max like jets with eater, and they have huge amounts of expertise that they're now bringing to us because they won't see fusion happen, and they believed that talk Mak energy is is a good way to go about it, ROY. Okay. Yeah. And so and then just as an idea, how many people, I guess I working on the eater project. Ooh, goodness. Well, they'll be hundreds and it depends on what you. What you're considering? Well, because they'll be scientists who are doing what, but at the moment is under construction. So they'll have huge instruction teams putting each together as well, the engines and things hundreds and hundreds people. So maybe I mean putting altogether, my guess is that you guys have got maybe good Dawson's was eats even thousands in total. Nothing. That's one of the things that's very interesting as you could get ahead of the game for them because they actively your comparatively a fast moving speedboat. Whereas a bit of a slow moving supertanker which I know making them rolling. I'm sure they're doing that best. But as you say, I've got lots of things which are kind of going to slow them down. And that's why, as as being famous for that. Nuclear fusion has always been thirty years away. But from what you're telling us now your your aim and desires. It's going to be around about, say, fifty years away before actually turns into something approaching reality. That's the plan we, we need to get this done. We're already seeing the effects of climate change. We're seeing extreme weather such as this some heat wave. Let's be huge wildfires, dry conditions, and people are actually now able to attribute this to climate change scientists during school, extreme events, attribution, where they can use climate modelling to see where the climate changes increased the likelihood of particular event happening. And this this extreme heat wave is definitely more likely because of climate change. And so it's getting more and more urgent. We don't have another thirty or fifty to play with. We have to find a solution to the energy problems. And yes, we do have renewables, of course, as I said earlier for the increasing energy demands, particularly for areas where there's high demand and low space we need Uson. So we talk about energy, and I think in the fusion community at large eater as well. Like we all really, really want to see this happen. And so if we can speak. It up in any way than we should do. I would never say the Easter is a waste because so much work has gone into eater, but we are now building them. It still being a really useful project. And when it works, it will test of a system. There's a lot of work that needs to go on taking it from the scientific lab experiment to commercial fusion power station. There's a little work that still needs to be done. We're building on that web is going to eat, but if we can now take this concept, modernize it a new new technologies, genetic us to use factory productions make things quicker and Bill swollen machines that a more cost effective than than we should be doing that. That's what we all do. Chris, we can get there faster. So. I think one of the things about the speed things also you alluded to earlier, do you have competition other other small organizations which are looking to create commercial nuclear fusion quicker than eater? Yes. There Jerry's different companies in North America, and there's another one in the UK as well cooled, fast light fusion. They are using doubles actually trying to do something which is called inertial confinement fusion. She's where you, you squash. Eek compressed the fuel to conditions as opposed to using big magnets truck for long enough. But there are other companies startups in North America, for example, general fusion in Canada, which again is using different concept not to talk. It's like a mixture of using magnetic fields and and then also compression. There's another one cool and trial for energy in America which is using again, a completely different. Technology, they, they're looking at, they have a more linear machines or straight-line machine and they, it's almost like they blow smoke rings together, like to plasma rings, come together merge, and then they try and hold them there for a while and fusion happens. So there are various different approaches. And I think that's a really good thing actually because thusly it shows that there's a will to get fusion dumb that are private investors, ordinary people, not governments, putting their money into fusion and be that is really, really hopeful. We need more of it. We need to increase investment private investment impugn and increase awareness of the possibilities of the solution, and the fact that it's not science fiction anymore, and there's an emerging fusion industry and people are investing in it because the more investment and the more innovation we have, the quicker we will achieve fusion. So it's really positive that there startups doing things. Of course, we feel it talking about. Have an edgy because we're building on all these decades of research, of course, but none of those of the different concepts kinda thrown out when the talk MAC. Became superior if you back in the eight because budgets were cut and so they couldn't investigate all these different strands. The governments had to sort of close in on one and they happen to close in on the talk amac, but it may still be merit in some of these other ideas that didn't get investigated up looking at those as well. And I think what's great is that obviously, whilst it might seem a good idea to get all these international governmental organizations kind of collaborating. There's actually a lot of power in the kind of competitive aspect of this. Obviously, each one of all these organizations British-American, etc. You're going to want to be the first ones. I wants to demonstrate the opportunity and I wants to demonstrate real commercial opportunity. And so this. That tension creates opportunity for creativity and solving. It's great to hear that y'all kind of leading with that. Just one thing. Final thing before we just have a little into standing about Melania. Your experience in all of this is was either any solve criticisms. Just people might level at fusion as a of fuel sources as an energy source. I'm sure there. The big criticism you hear this time is it's never going to happen while wasting our money on something like this. We should be putting more money into developing renewable, which we Reno work, etc. That's a big critcism. I disagree. I didn't think that you should stop doing something just because it's hard, I think, but I think the promise of fusion is immense and I don't think that things are impossible. I think that certainly not everything is impossible and it's just a matter of solving the problems hurdle after hurdle and reward will be huge. So let's do this. But that's a big criticism. Other things. Oh gosh. I didn't know you. Going, go look at any fusion article on the web, and you'll probably find a load of them in the comments. Yeah, I mean, is there any kind of, I suppose? Is there any environmental solve criticisms of it? Obviously, there's the practical one, which as you think we still need to because this isn't just about. Looking at the next decade. It's actually looking at century's potentially. This is something that's if it works, could be the fuels the main fuel source of civilization into the twenty second century. But what about on the environmental side? Is there anything environmentally criticized for all potentially criticized for? Well, of course, as I mentioned earlier, there is some radioactive waste produced in the machine so that will need the task stations will Catholic mission at the end of their life. One of the fuels tritium is also radioactive, but it's a low level radio activity. It's only gonna half life of about twelve years office. So it decays away very quickly and it's also very light. It's hydrogen, so it doesn't. It escapes very quickly, but also it it would be made in the machine from lithium, it wouldn't. It wouldn't need to be transported anywhere or stored. So the delete be processed. So the handling of it is is much more simple, but you do have radio activity. And so that is, you could say that is a problem, but every energy source is going to have its disadvantages and so it some of how we how we deal with them. Yeah, yeah, show, of course. Okay. Great. So so, yeah, let's let's finish off last few minutes. Tell us a bit more about Melanie. What's what brought you to this solve this role? Gives a bit more of your background in history, and I got interested in fusion just off the might undergraduate degree, which was in physics, and I was traveling the world that shows packing. Quite sure what I was going to do with my life. I am, but I, I always loved physics. That's what I read physics at university. And some point I heard about fusion energy. I read about fusion energy, and and I was kind of calm. Aware of of climate change and environmental considerations at the time when I was traveling, I was doing things like hiking in the Himalayas in seeing glasses, the effects on on glasses, and I've been diving learning about with toil reefs and bleak he and things like that. And so I was quite aware of the impacts of climate change. And so when I heard about fusion energy, I just saw this is incredible if we could do this, it's going to solve all our problems. I was also very where the fact that you need. Energy independence as well in the fossil fuels we're going to run out. It wasn't just about climate change was I see about solution for the future just ensuring that we had enough energy. So I just thought fusion is is going to what our problems if we could do this, it would. It would be wonderful. And so I started learning more about it in the end, did a PHD in plasma physics working on fusion energy. And so that's how I, that's how I got into it. I think of course, as a student, I was young and naive and didn't realize it was gonna take so long even though it had taken however many thirty forty years up until that point. But. Yeah, I just wanted to get it done and I still just want to get it done. So that's will go into fusion. Right. Okay. And then. Was because as you say, your consultant to talk energy, what else do you get to? I understand there's a few of the strings steel. Oh. Yeah, I guess I just like. I have an interest, I suppose, in exploration in this notion of achieving impossible things. So I got really interested in polar expedition and mountains, and that kind of thing. And as a plasma physicist, I got very interested in the Northern Lights. So I wrote a book about the Northern Lights, which started off as like a little a little journey. I wanted to see the Aurora. So I went and then when I got there and I saw the up to kind, I thought this is an incredible place. I want to come him more and wouldn't it be interesting to travel around a bit and learn more about the stories of the Aurora from from the mythology in the folklore to how you get into the science and as a plasma physicist, I could really look into the science in in quite some death because it's the same physics. It's happening in talk markets just in a very different concepts and concept context. Sorry, and in a very, very beautiful context. So I go involved in the Arctic in the Aurora which I love. I still lo, I really enjoy going. On trips and as an expert to see the Aurora and sharing with people stories of the Aurora. So I kinda got into that. And then at the moment I'm working on something to do with science in the mountains and how science and technology supports us in doing incredible things like climbing, big mountains, like Everest. So that's my current project. So I do that on the side. I have this little personal projects that I do on the side, but they're on the same things. If you look at it, I realized in now looking back that the themes of sort of saying, even the fusion one, it's this notion of of exploration and keeping the impossible. I quite gross on. So what. One of the things he's seen as being impulsive, but it certainly more difficult for women in science because just so many more men, especially in the kind of hard sciences such as physics. How was spin your experience being a female physicist. I, I've been quite happy to be honest, I, yes, yes, I'm in the minority and I have been right since I started physics undergraduate though. Probably maybe twenty percents of goals in mind, the graduate degree and it just gets less as you go up. But I don't know. I never. I've never seen to bother me. I just get on with what I'm doing. They're always enough women around the, I don't feel alone, and I think that's the key to it. Definitely. When I started my PHD I was put on my own in an office with about eight of the guys on a very quickly said, sorry, didn't you could move me somewhere and they put me with another girl and and another guy as well. But there's always as long as you have support their other females around there, other people's tool to then I don't. I don't think it's a problem. And yes, of course there are. There are little issues along the way, but I think everybody has been workplace issues occasionally. So I haven't. I haven't found it a big deal. Maybe maybe I take myself less seriously, of course you, you do get p particularly when you're blown than young people triggered expected to be physicist. But I've had that all my life, so I'm pretty Stu it and I just get on with what I do, and I enjoy what I do. I, yeah, hasn't really been too much of an issue for me. That's great that you've got that solve energy behind it and you don't finding as a particular show and you being kind of very positive about it and. Great stuff. Okay. And so I really enjoyed this conversation. I'm hoping that the listeners have done as well. So before we go, I'd like to just find out where we can find out more about talking about energy and also Dr. Melanie, rich. So where online good places to find you guys, say talking back energy has a website talking eight Okuda UK there also on Twitter, everyone link thin. C can go and find them, and I'm going YouTube as well. Big YouTube channel. I make videos for with help, of course, but lots of information about stars and the what we're doing our plans. So do those videos. And if you want to find out more about me, I also have a website, Melanie, Ingrid code k, I'm on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, so you can find me there and see when I getting up to gross stuff. Yeah. Okay, great. Okay, then. So this is really enjoyable conversation. And so I'm just going to finish off. Give a quick summary of people can find myself Adam would whole will find me on linked in and Twitter. And then also there's the inspiring sustainability website which is inspiring, dash sustainability dot com. And then you can go to your favorite podcasting app and find its by just typing Ryan stability in, and it will pop that, and we'll be great. Obviously, people subscribe to the this because it's a a regular podcast. So Melanie. Just wishing to say, thank you so much feel time and passion and knowledge that you brought to this conversation. I hope it's inspired some people with this opportunity for not just what might be happening over the next decade, but may be over the next. Centuries about how we can be gaining energy way into the future. So thank you. Thank you very much. Goodbye.