17 Burst results for "University Of Helsinki"

"university helsinki" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

06:49 min | Last month

"university helsinki" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Adapt begins. The most famous one by far is Ginseng rich everybody knows Jews even though to take it. The other one is probably Ashville Kanda social on is even though it's difficult words become pretty extreme now and those would be causing examples others ones would be what is Condu- Oslo gone the is. So the hard part is was something impacts a key function like endocrine decrepit system HP access like also kind of does when you calm down your stress, your brain works better. So any less stress, you're actually competent function. So they often that's why they seem like they can do a million things, but I would use austral kind of more when you stressed out our in the evening and so I think he's not spoken of War One you're stressed out or evening time. And And because of that, you might be also more focused better immune function yet. Rodeo we mentioned she. Sandra. Berries some people say mock is and adapted. That's of questionable a little bit. That's a big buzzword too. Yeah. But ULA theroux or Siberian sing is a good one. But there's a lot of buzz in the data juice but the best adapted are quite amazing and I feel like everybody should include them into dieting one way or the other. It's otherwise you just mentioned. Yeah. Yeah. So In your like Sowa let's talk more about mushrooms because that's what you're really the specialist. Is. There are. Also, mushrooms I feel like it's a superfood isn't it really super food that people really don't ever you always hear Blueberry Sam and. You never really heard mushrooms and now I feel like you kind of brought it to lice like this. Yeah. Yeah. A lot of the debate has been around. More of these animal and plant based things. So this is the forgotten kingdom same material as forgotten Kagan. So is there a key? Can you give me three? Ways people can use mushrooms that they never would have thought of otherwise what we just did before we started with ain't mushroom coffee. Coffee is. One of the most common sources of antioxidants for America's actually number one source events, accidents, Americans, and it's amazing full-on Jimi. But it comes with two downsides one it's kind of harsh grade digest tracks. A lot of people get heartburn acidity of coffee can be on harsh second is that gives people jitters because it is a stimulating so. Finished people drink more coffee than anyone else in the world. Really. Quarter finishing like over ten cups of coffee a day, and during second world. War We will attack both by the Germans and the Russians run out of coffee beans. So we brew childhood mushroom is a coffee and after the War University Helsinki started studying and realized that has all these health benefits. So by putting certain mushrooms in your coffee, you're gonNA have a coffee that tastes same Take. Offi not doesn't have the city so it's it doesn't give you heartburn. It doesn't have the stimulation because of these adapted winning properties so coffee would be one. The other one that I think people don't realize. If you're going to consume alcohol. And you'RE GONNA have a party time. Alcohol is like a vessel take things into your bloodstream. You should always put like mushrooms and adaptions in your alcohol and they. At least you get benefits of those herbs and mushrooms with it. So making mock tales. And we talked about you can make a quarter sex on the beach cocktail and you're not gonNA notice the flavor at all really super easily and that's another thing people don't know and then I'd say broads or soups I it's more common way but mushrooms having a mommy flavor that we get from. Bacon and Parmesan that like. Kind of. Flavor that makes us crave as well. So using mushrooms in soups and broads is another way is that anyway I think everyone does make Bacon actually you can make she talking mushrooms. Sliced in thin put oil powder on top of it and a little bit of maple. Syrup and you put it in. Incomes Zell's thin slices of she talking Bacon and I like that. So easy to make is that life Takes three minutes to make plus that time in the oven. So it's like the fastest way and then you can serve people mushroom bacon. That sounds good. Why should talk you so expensive? Yeah it's a very good question. Awesome commercially grow I would say probably big reasons is. For cultivation methods and not enough demand. People. Buy Them. But they are very nutrient dense and you don't need to buy a lot but I'm buying them because they're so expensive everyone I, know love mushrooms. But that's why they're not buying ESCO baby I know trust me a big fan of classical. Let me tell you. You should be making something. You should be growing them in selling CR- create like some kind of farming your backyard. Yeah totally. You know you should. So what do you do with your habits every day because obviously very healthy person you're going ninety miles an hour on the treadmill. Anyone's GonNa might as well get a workout I agree with you listen to. God's ears. You get a little sweat in I. Think it's Great. So tell me what you would wake up in the morning. Give me your day to day routine like you're. So first of all for me, there's no routine. I, think there's a Lotta seasonality bowls. Annually like some some parts of the year are less busy than others, and then I tried to actually incorporate seasonality to day so. But from a circadian rhythm point of view I, try to keep it pretty consistent waking up between six and seven and. I have means in the morning like some sort of blood moving mobility thing every morning that could be as simple as going for a walk in stretching out. Now, I've been doing a lot stronger yoga in the morning. So just doing the key point is not really a workout, but just wake up the body. A child you know improve I do a lot of like cars rotation will men's for the joints hydration is big. So I drink a lot of liquids in the morning liquids before solids. Now, taking a protein shake in the morning but sometimes I also like fast until one or two pm but either way liquids are more important the solids in the beginning. So you're not doing intermittent fasting or eventually right now, but I, did it for like six years. The.

Bacon Ashville Kanda Condu- Oslo HP Sandra ULA theroux War University Helsinki Blueberry Sam Kagan America Zell ESCO
"university helsinki" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

07:21 min | Last month

"university helsinki" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Sixteen nineteen. So why why forcing did you start even with the mushroom thing like how did it kind of evolves from the beginning? Beginning I was four years old he yeah exactly. My mom taught physiology and anatomy and she took me and my brother out foraging for food berries mushrooms, and. where it started and because she knew science and how impacts attrition shoot teaches about fibers in the yet and my dad was an acronym EST teaches about the soil, the four s the ecosystem. So Dad was mother nature and Mom Science and health, and then my great granddaughter Father Helped to found and environmental school. So we went to like an elementary school will learn how to forage and that was part of it, and then I studied chemistry nutrition and Abou the fifteen years ago one in innovation award for discovering a rare mushroom. Wanted Innovation Awards. Yeah. So there was a how old were you back then fifteen years ago. Look like eleven right now. Yeah. Yeah Yeah first thing I when I walked in, she was like, oh Get home. Alone you do we're calling. By the way you told me that's not the first time ever. I. Heard a lot of that growing up don't you do and also I think Finland that they are the happiest place they say the happiest place to live you don't have a wrinkle on your face. It's pure like there's not it's it's crease free it's mushrooms and the happy living I guess my I guess it's a combination of. The combination. So fifteen years ago. How old were you about? Twenty. Okay anyone this innovation. What was what was the what was the product mushroom? It was a mushroom a subsection of a more popular bay expensive mushroom that was only thought to data variety was only thought to grow in Kaido, in the northern Japan island but then allow anyway it's a whole. Sub Mushroom sub story of Geeking out. But it's basically a mushroom that he's like almost like a truffle for the Japanese fancy restaurants that you know had limited supply and he happened to grow in our backyard and Behind they grow in your backyard, there's a similar forest type. So where I grew up has the world's largest gravel hill because of ice age push I'm we're GONNA know full Geek on something. That we want you to a lot of ice in Finland and Sweden Norway. As you might one might imagine and doing the ice age pushed. A lot of gravel created a mountain range that is like a couple of hundred miles long, and we're at the end of the mountain range, and there's a specific type of Pine Tree and these mushrooms or require something to grow on they have to eat something. So mushrooms are more similar animals than plants. So we share about half of our DNA with mushrooms and. Real. One of the similarities is the mushrooms will breathe oxygen expel co two plans for the reverse, and also that mushrooms need to eat something like plants can use photosynthesis to create energy. So, in this case, a lot of the best mushrooms including this mushroom needs to eat trees and tree route. So requires a certain kind of tree. So most of the best mushrooms grow outta trees and there was a specific type of forests with specific type of soil that was similar so he was able to grow. So. That's kind of model got their specific trees specific soil. So does that mushroom that you want the Innovation Award for still exist in Yeah I was the government offered me and my friend who won the award money to start a business around it And it would have been serving the one percent so. Are A subsection of one percent serving Michelin. Star restaurants with dispatch mushroom didn't feel compelled with it. So we donated the business to University University Helsinki still running. And Wow they. Yeah. It's still out there. So that so that I thought that was gonna be kind of the impetus for you to actually create forcing. No My. My passion was always more of the. Everyday person and like how to get health, how to be inclusive in health versus exclusive in health and more physiology and improving optimal human before ms versus serving cooling area experience once in a lifetime. So. I was more interested in the health benefits of mushrooms versus Nicolini Inari side. You know it's funny because I was saying before I love mushrooms like I. Love I love including Mushrooms and everything and I didn't know until recently that they are the are so healthy. I think people just expect. Those things take a throw away. Vegetable Yeah. Exactly Pizza Pasta that's exactly can we talk about the health benefits? Of Mushrooms Mushrooms Fungi are a kingdom and when something is kingdom, there's a huge variety same ways not all animals are meant to be your pet right? Right or people talking about plant based, diet being really good for you. Yeah. But if you go into force, you'll find a lot of plans that will kill you. So the same is with mushrooms. So there is because of this similarity where more prone to fungal diseases for US little healing powers for benefits so. Key Point is that mushrooms are not good or bad plants are not good at bad animals are not good implant when something is a kingdom, there's a whole. Like rain. Okay. So. Generally speaking mushrooms that you would use for health can be split the two different groups, culinary mushrooms. That's your bottom mushroom portabella mushrooms grow in the ground or the cultivated the kind of squishy. You know that will be the grind. Sharing would be it would be a crossover but yes, butter mushroom Portabella my. And then there'd be these functional mushrooms that. Tend to grow on trees and they have more powerful health benefits. But the Cleveland Mushrooms are great for fibers, Soda Micronutrients, Minerals B vitamins, vitamin D. so those would be some of the things you could use mushrooms for. So that's why probably people think of the vegetable because they kind of are like there's no cholestrol, but there's high fiber high nutrient density, low calories, but the functional mushrooms more impact your. They might also have vitamins vitamin D, and minerals, but they also impact your immune function. They impact your brain, they impact your stress levels. So they will have compounds that impact your endocrine system, your immune system, and just your nervous system. So impacts, it's more like software for your iphone so loud. APPS and other things you have an iphone that make fun work those are more like the functions impact. The software piece more would be considered a functional mushroom. So she thought it would be the best known I'm but Rishi mushroom is the most E. R. E. I S. H.. The. Queen of all mushrooms. That's great. Frustration Cha, the King of all mushrooms. C. H..

Finland Pine Tree Nicolini Inari Kaido Cha University University Helsinki US Sweden Norway Japan island
"university helsinki" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:17 min | 6 months ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on WTVN

"Back now to professor ward welcome back professor thank you mark I just there are so many questions but I'm going to try and stick with the phones in this last segment if we can ease for the Rockies you're on the air with professor ward hello yes thank you thank you much more I can barely hear you Sir yeah thanks for taking my call has been a good morning professor good morning I was wondering if you generated maybe any data or statistical facts they would have to do with methane ice and I'm proud form on banisters and floors in the world and the release of such gas within the last twenty years but probably a writer eleven to twelve percent and what affect that may have on our ozone layer yeah that's a very good question that the stuff you're talking about is called a clathrate funny word clathrates are frozen methane ice one of the aspects that we worry about of course is if we had drops in sea level it exposes methane ice which can there by mail I I'm not an expert on it I know people who worry about it a lot it looks as if that particular stuff has been more involved in past global warming than what is going on now once again I just I know about it I know that this is of a concern but industrial release is far more dangerous and problematic open the classrooms are professor you know so much about what may well happen what's happened in the past and will happen again that I'm surprised I wonder if you've considered doing in essence what Preston did and that is taking your knowledge of science and applying it to a scenario in writing a sort of a of a pseudo science or maybe that's a bad phrase of a science fiction novel based on based in reality well or how bout this I'll come down to your trailer will spend a month together have a cooperative advertisement in time with it I would I would love I'd absolutely love to do that and so again I thought your I am and I'm happy to anytime you want okay all actually consider that I've tried I've been swearing off writing another book I've got four under my belt three more than anybody supposed to have been noted you knows that swearing off is impossible you and I are these it once is there you can't stop I know then the pressure to keep going is really intense if you love it though too I am that's right west of the Rockies you're on the air with professor ward hello Warren this how are you Sir and my brother was trying to get started with your own university he spent forty years coming on Newfoundland Peru yeah going on but and it was pretty calm here yes and he said that that he believed that there was more than the ones in all the Middle East did he tell you believe that they're not the only reinforced before the moon was blown into orbit well that that's probably not true you may I I don't think it's true that there's more oil there than the middle east of the Saudi Arabian oil field searches so stupendous but unless there is a hell of a lot of oil in the north slope but those who took the moon effect happened long before their forests the workforce before the Samarian which is four hundred million years ago and that moon was because as we know now by the impact of a Mars sized object with the earth four point six billion years ago now that a fact you know a lot of us are wondering if there were no move what will be happening to the earth right it really looks as if the moon is our fly wheel that keeps us from flopping around other planets change their obliquity which is the angle of the spin that by calculations by number French people of scientists it looks as if without a moon we would be changing the book with the soul of the equator becomes the North Pole and vice versa over time spans of hundreds of thousands of years or less Vasko strophic indeed all right it is for the moon a wildcard line you're on the air with professor ward good morning good morning hello gentlemen another great show this is a little Madison Wisconsin listening to W. IBA ten AM thank you will ten years ago I was with the department of geology university Helsinki and Finland when I was young in the sixties I work with Nobel Prize winning geneticist Dr Joshua Lederberg like point of term mutator raised for creating while hyper mutation the binding sites in Abadi also coined the term fish and wildlife but a federal fish Wildlife Service well to put in the speech user when the I'm a I'm just honored that art will allow me to speak with a great scientist like you'll the sixties seventies and farm people having to survive living under your they gathered leaves and grass and made soup in the winter time just to survive it was hideous over there will you have a question now you know what you are talking about and art I don't know why you use the term it's fantastic well I have that in my book how to know our origins and hidden history to save our future willing can wait but here's my question to get through icepower early human may have been semi aquatic an aquatic ape now my question is are you a professor ward we're all gonna be loyal Stepanovich Estrada Graphis I have a search them look at them in the Heidi H. E. R. and that they've been gathering from a wind blown dust out for over two point four million years and that these lawyers predict that we will.

professor
"university helsinki" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:22 min | 6 months ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Back now to professor ward welcome back professor thank you art I just there are so many questions but I'm going to try and stick with the phones in this last segment if we can ease the Rockies you're on the air with professor ward hello yeah thanks for taking my boy I can barely hear you Sir yeah thanks for taking my call has been a good morning professor good morning I was wondering if you generated maybe any data or statistical fact the they would have to do with methane ice and I've fallen form on bastardization floors in the world and the release of such gas within the last twenty years but probably a right of eleven or twelve percent and what affect that may have on our ozone layer yeah that's a very good question that the stuff you're talking about is called a clathrate funny word clathrates are frozen methane ice one of the aspects that we worry about of course is if we had drops in sea level it exposes methane ice which can there by mail I but I'm not an expert on it I know people who worry about it a lot it looks as if that particular stuff has been more involved in past global warming than what is going on now once again I just I know about it I know that it is of a concern but industrial release is far more dangerous and problematic open the classrooms are professor you know so much about what may well happen what's happened in the past and will happen again that I'm surprised I wonder if you've considered doing in essence what Preston did and that is taking your knowledge of science and applying it to a scenario in writing a sort of a a pseudo science or maybe that's a bad phrase of a science fiction novel based on based in reality well or how bout this I'll come down to your trailer will spend a month together have a cooperative I love this movie time with it I would I would love I'd absolutely love to do that and what everyone show again I'm you nor I am and I'm happy to anytime you want me all the it all actually consider that I've tried I've been swearing off writing another book I've got four under my belt three more than anybody supposed to have been noted you notes the swearing off of impossible you and I are these it once is there you can't stop I know then the pressure to keep going is really intense if you love it though too yeah that's right west of the Rockies you're on the air with professor ward hello yes how are you Sir and my brother was trying to get started again okay he spent forty years coming on Newfoundland Peru yeah going on but and there was British Columbia yes and he said that then he believed that there was no in all the Middle East did he tell you believe that there was a rain forest before that the moon was blown into orbit well the the part that's probably not true email I I don't think it's true that there's more oil there than the middle east of the Saudi Arabian oil field searches so stupendous nevertheless there is a hell of a lot of oil in the north slope but those who took the moon effect happened long before their forests the workforce before the Samarian which is four hundred million years ago and that moon was because as we know now by the impact of a Mars sized object with the earth at four point six billion years ago now that a fact you know a lot of us are wondering if there were no move what will be happening to the earth right it really looks as if the moon is our fly wheel that keeps us from flopping around other planets change their obliquity which is the angle of the spin that by calculations by number French people scientists it looks as if without a moon we would be changing the book with the soul of the equator becomes the North Pole and vice versa over time spans of hundreds of thousands of years or less that kind of traffic indeed all right it is for the moon our wildcard line you're on the air with professor ward good morning good morning hello again on another great show this is a little Madison Wisconsin listening to W. IBA ten AM thank you will ten years ago I was with the department of geology university Helsinki in Finland when I was young in the sixties I work with Nobel Prize winning geneticist Dr Joshua Lederberg all right her point the term mutator raised for creating while hyper mutation the binding site general body aches also going to term fish and wildlife but a federal official wildlife service those opponents reducer when the I'm a I'm just honored that article allow me to speak with a great scientist like you went to the sixties and seventies and bomb people having to survive living under your they gathered leaves and grass.

professor
"university helsinki" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:28 min | 6 months ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on KTRH

"H. back now to professor ward welcome back professor thank you mark I just there are so many questions but I'm going to try and stick with the phones in this last segment if we can ease the Rockies you're on the air with professor ward hello yes thanks for taking my boy I can barely hear you Sir yeah thanks for taking my call has been a good morning professor good morning I was wondering if you generated maybe any data or statistical facts they would have to do with methane ice and I've fallen form on bastardization floors in the world and the release of such gas within the last twenty years a probably a right of eleven or twelve percent and what affect that may have on our ozone layer yeah that's a very good question that the stuff you're talking about is called a clathrate funny word clathrates are frozen methane ice one of the aspects that we worry about of course is if we had drops in sea level it exposes methane ice which can there by mail I but I'm not an expert on it I know people who worry about it a lot it looks as if that particular stuff has been more involved in past global warming and what is going on now once again I just I know about it I know that it is of a concern but the industrial release is far more dangerous and problematic open the classrooms are professor you know so much about what may well happen what's happened in the past and will happen again that I'm surprised I wonder if you've considered doing in essence what Preston did and that is taking your knowledge of science and applying it to a scenario in writing a sort of a of a pseudo science were maybe that's a bad phrase of a science fiction novel based on based in reality well our how about this or come down to your trailer will spend a month together have a cooperative advertisement in time with it I would I would love I'd absolutely love to do that and go to run the show again I'm at your M. and I'm happy to anytime you want me all the okay all actually consider that I've tried I've been swearing off writing another book I've got four under my belt three more than anybody supposed to have been noted you know that swearing off is impossible because you and I are these it once is there you can't stop I know then the pressure to keep going is really intense if you love it though too a young and that's right west of the Rockies you're on the air with professor ward hello yes how are you Sir and my brother was fine tuning he spent forty years coming on Newfoundland Peru Colombia right and so on but I don't know what her I'm here yes and he said that that he believed that there was no in all the Middle East did he you believe that they're not the only reinforced before that the moon was blown into orbit well the product probably not sure he even I I don't think it's true that there's more oil there than the middle east of the Saudi Arabian oil field searches so stupendous but unless there is a hell of a lot of oil in the north slope but this looks like the moon effect happened long before their forests the workforce before the Samarian reaches four hundred million years ago and that moon was because as we know now by the impact of a Mars sized object with the earth a four point six billion years ago now that a fact you know a lot of us are wondering if there were no move what will be happening to the earth right it really looks as if the moon is our fly wheel that keeps us from flopping around other planets change their obliquity which is the angle of the spin that by calculations by number French people scientists it looks as if without our moon we would be changing the book with the soul of the equator becomes the North Pole and vice versa over time spans of hundreds of thousands of years or less that kind of traffic indeed all right it is for the moon our wildcard line you're on the air with professor ward good morning good morning hello again on another great show this is a little Madison Wisconsin listening to W. IBA ten AM thank you will ten years ago I was with the department of geology university Helsinki in Finland when I was young in the sixties I work with Nobel Prize winning geneticist Dr Joshua Lederberg all right her point the term mutator raised for creating while hyper mutation the binding site general body aches also going to term fish and wildlife but a federal fish Wildlife Service what's the point in the speech user when the I'm a I'm just honored that art will allow me to speak with a great scientist like il sixty seventies and found people having to survive living under your they gathered leaves and grass and made soup in the winter time just to survive it was hideous over.

professor
"university helsinki" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:07 min | 6 months ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Back now to professor ward welcome back professor thank you mark I just there are so many questions but I'm going to try and stick with the phones in this last segment if we can ease the Rockies you're on the air with professor ward hello yeah thanks for taking my boy I can barely hear you Sir yeah thanks for taking my call has been a good morning professor good morning I was wondering if you had generated maybe any data or statistical facts they would have to do with methane ice and I've fallen form on banisters and floors in the world and the release of such gas with the latter the twenty years that probably a right of eleven to twelve percent and what affect that may have on our ozone layer yeah that's a very good question that the stuff they're talking about is called a clathrate funny word clathrates are frozen methane ice one of the aspects that we worry about of course is if we had drops in sea level it exposes methane ice which can there by mail I but I'm not an expert on it I know people who worry about it a lot it looks as if that particular stuff has been more involved in past global warming than what is going on now once again I just I know about it I know that it is of a concern but the industrial release is far more dangerous and problematic open the classrooms are professor you know so much about what may well happen what's happened in the past and will happen again that I'm surprised I wonder if you've considered doing in essence what Preston did and that is taking your knowledge of science and applying it to a scenario in writing a sort of a a pseudo science or maybe that's a bad phrase of a science fiction novel based on based in reality well or how bout this I'll come down to your trailer will spend a month together have a cooperative advertisement in time with it I would I would love I'd absolutely love to do that and to really show again I'm you nor I am and I'm happy to anytime you want me all the in all actually consider that I've tried I've been swearing off writing another book I've got four under my belt three more than anybody supposed to have been noted you notes the swearing off of impossible you and I are these it once is there you can't stop I know then the pressure to keep going is really intense you took control of it though too yeah that's right west of the Rockies you're on the air with professor ward hello Eric this how are you Sir and my brother was working fine forty year coming on Newfoundland Peru yeah going on but in a certain way and come here yes and he said that Dan he believed that there were no in all the Middle East did he tell you believe that there was a rain forest before the moon was blown into orbit well the the product that we're not sure he even I I don't think it's true that there's more oil there than the middle east of the Saudi Arabian oil field searches so stupendous but unless there is a hell of a lot of oil in the north slope but those who took the moon effect happened long before their forests the workforce before the Samarian which is four hundred million years ago and that moon was because as we know now by the impact of a Mars sized object with the earth at four point six billion years ago now that a fact you know a lot of us are wondering if there were no move what will be happening to the earth right it really looks as if the moon is our fly wheel that keeps us from flopping around other planets change their obliquity which is the angle of the spin that by calculations by number French people scientists it looks as if without a moon we would be changing the book with the soul of the equator becomes the North Pole and vice versa over time spans of hundreds of thousands of years or less that kind of traffic indeed all right it is for the moon our wildcard line you're on the air with professor ward good morning good morning hello again on another great show there's a little Madison Wisconsin listening to W. IBA ten AM thank you will ten years ago I was with the department of geology university Helsinki in Finland when I was young in the sixties I work with Nobel Prize winning geneticist Dr Joshua Lederberg all right her point the term mutator raised for creating while hyper mutation the binding site general body also going to term fish and wildlife but a federal official wildlife service support and speak user when the I'm a I'm just honored that art will allow me to speak with a great scientist like you'll in the sixties and seventies and bomb people having to survive living under your they gathered leaves and grass and made soup in the winter time just to survive it was hideous over there will you have a question now you know what you are talking about an art I don't know why you use the term it's fantastic well I have that in my book how to know our origins innate in history to save our future willing can wait but here's my question to get through icepower early human may have been semi aquatic an aquatic ape now my question is are you a professor ward we're all gonna be loyal Stepanovich that's trying to grapple should have a search them look at them in the high eighties John and that.

professor
"university helsinki" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

06:06 min | 6 months ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on WRVA

"Back now to professor ward welcome back professor thank you mark on I just there are so many questions but I'm going to try and stick with the phones in this last segment if we can east of the Rockies you're on the air with professor ward hello yes thanks for taking my boy I can barely hear you Sir yeah of thanks for taking my call has been a good morning professor good morning I was wondering if you had generated maybe any data or statistical facts they would have to do with methane ice and I've fallen form on banisters in floors in the world and the release of such gas within the last twenty years probably a right of eleven to twelve percent and what affect that may have on our ozone layer yeah that's a very good question that the stuff you're talking about is called a clathrate funny word clathrates are frozen methane ice one of the aspects that we worry about of course is if we had drops in sea level it exposes methane ice which can there by mail I I'm not an expert on it I know people who worry about it a lot it looks as if that particular stuff has been more involved in past global warming than what is going on now once again I just I know about it I know that it is of a concern but industrial release is far more dangerous and problematic open the classrooms are professor you know so much about what may well happen what's happened in the past and will happen again that I'm surprised I wonder if you've considered doing in essence what Preston did and that is taking your knowledge of science and applying it to a scenario and writing a sort of a a pseudo science or maybe that's a bad phrase of a science fiction novel based on based in reality well or how bout this I'll come down to your trailer will spend a month together have a cooperative public spending time with it I would I would love I'd absolutely love to do that and to be honest so again I'm you nor I am and I'm happy to anytime you want okay actually consider that I've tried I've been swearing off writing another book I've got four under my belt three more than anybody supposed to have been noted you notes that swearing off is impossible you and I are these it once is there you can't stop I know then the pressure to keep going is really intense you took control of it though too I know that's right west of the Rockies you're on the air with professor ward hello Warren this how are you Sir and my brother was an exploration geologist automobile university he spent forty years coming on Newfoundland Peru Colombia here downgrade going on but and they say center worker in British Columbia yes and he said that that he believed that there was moral nor the noise in all the Middle East Disney and you believe that they're not at the moment it was a rainforest before that the moon was blown into orbit well the the part that's probably not true email I I don't think it's true that there's more oil there than the Middle East as the Saudi Arabian oil field searches so stupendous but unless there is a hell of a lot of oil in the north slope but those who think the moon effect happen long before their forests there were forester for the Samarian which is four hundred million years ago and that moon was because as we know now by the impact of a Mars sized object with the earth four point six billion years ago now that a fact you know a lot of us are wondering if there were no moon what would be happening to the earth right it really looks as if the moon is our fly wheel that keeps us from flopping around other planets change their obliquity wishes the angle of the spin that by calculations by number French people scientists it looks as if without a moon we would be changing the book with the soul of the equator becomes the North Pole and vice versa over time spans of hundreds of thousands of years or less Vasko strophic indeed all right it is for the moon our wildcard line you're on the air with professor ward good morning good morning hello gentlemen another great show there's a little Madison Wisconsin listening to W. IBA ten AM thank you will ten years ago I was with the department of geology university Helsinki in Finland when I was young in the sixties I work with Nobel Prize winning geneticist Dr Joshua Lederberg I. crippling the term mutator raised for creating while hyper mutation the binding sites and antibodies also going to term fish and wildlife but a federal official wildlife service those opponents reducer when there are no I'm a I'm just honored that art will allow me to speak with a great scientist like you went to the sixties and seventies and farm people having to survive living under your they gathered leaves and grass and made soap in the winter time just to survive it was hideous over there will you have a question now you know what you are talking about an art I don't know why you use the term it's fantastic always ball earth I have that in my book how to know our origins in in history to save our future willing can wait but here's my question to get through icepower early human may have been semi aquatic an aquatic ape now my question is are you a professor ward I'll wear all black the Laos deposits Estrada Graphis have a search them look at them in the high Asia and that.

professor
"university helsinki" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"Find meaning or murder it through cynicism exploitation, or the context that help a see how we have impacting contribution. What are the context that the systematically Regnery disempower us, regardless of who we are know what we're like on the inside. I don't think we do pay much attention to that. I would say that Paul Wong are the forefront of meaning advocating for meaning around the world. He does talk a lot about the need. I understand social Justice issues with regard to all positive psychology also meaning, and so it's it's really valuable to take a look at what might meaning look like in the context of parenting or what might be look like in the context of psychotherapy. ROY me would like in the context of business as a way also of continue learning about how meaning might operate in life more broadly bit. I really like that in a mostly thinking of Amy, jesse's work? Yeah, Nazis were. I actually just talked to her today really before you. She's, she's awesome. Yeah, she's great. I can remember others give a little. I think this capture so well, Emmys amazing personality and everyone clever I've ever met as too, so into all to say that she's exception to this rule in that area. Parvez -ation scholarship. I remember. I think it was two dozen or maybe at one of the early or the psychology summits, and this is a this is a loaded story against because I remember that was to summit that the still the gal Borgen ization that time and and Shane Lopez, organising. He Shambo p- has of people who aren't in my neighbors, talk in any kind of positive psychology event, you know. So I was thinking about where com as being facilitated by Shane is and so many people in in our area do I chose to present some research? I just begun working on looking at kind of calling and meaningful work, and whether people those as. Secular sacred types of producing their lives and get us all talk. It was probably overworked some angles and totally neglected others into doing a grad student. Amy was news give is kind of in the back of the room rise freaking out about that because you know from nineteen ninety seven on she had for two powerful impact on our understanding of calling. And she's very nice. She is amazing smile. And then later on in her keynote, she reference that I was one of these people who is interested in this topic even, you know, just a little little dude or and a little tall, but it was a tall little dude. You know, just trying to talk about this new idea had and she was so generous in donating to me some credibility in an area where she was so massively important. Nice story. Choose story to have gotten the dates wrong, but everything else is Fisher true. She was a very nice in what she did a newer, very kind right now in getting your credit for that. So all around the feels as they say. So you know meaningful work, any paid or unpaid work, or occupational role people for Philip as judged by them to possess meaning purpose or significance. I keep going back in my head to this distinction you've made between being purposes significance and I'm trying to, you know, I wanna know empirically doing no purely those three separate things like has anyone actually created a scale to measure how much we have each of those and done a factor in houses like have we really gone to the nitty gritty of this? We have gotten into this. To say the initial initial nitty gritty for maybe the. The Monty python is me, I guess you'd say so low, Jim, George, and crystal never scale multi dimensional meaning scale that measures purpose and coherence more or less, I think. And then their third dimension would be mastering and find that there's a slightly differential pattern of predictors with others like Roscoe, berry Ables factor now. So what's Mason fancy? And I also am working with the good friend, Frank, Marta at university, Helsinki to the birth, a similar measure, tracking onto three, three dimensions as as we are ticketed them, hopefully will come together and have a nice. Three-dimensional meaning jamboree someday just to get the ball rolling. We need data looking at a bunch different things, and you know, this is not published it. So take it with the Greenwich, Saul view factor. Now SIS looks clean, and we're continuing to quick data to analyze the pattern.

Amy jesse Paul Wong Shane Lopez murder Parvez Fisher Saul Mason Greenwich Frank Helsinki Roscoe Philip Jim George
"university helsinki" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on WJR 760

"Is a funny thing look what's going on batam resigns as white house thorpe strategist two dead several stabbed in finland and the ap is reporting it like it was nothing it wasn't moslems again all muslims and they only stabbed women finish women and these verbal the media adult say it can you imagine if your wife was pushing a stroller and someone stabbed her in the back how would you feel today that again a p five terrorist dead in spain after attacks killed fourteen injured one hundred again they don't say moslem they don't say immigration they don't say refugee do you understand the west is committing suicide what the hell he want me to say here what are we sit here and put my tongue on hold and yet no one's calling me show i swear to god normally the board is completely wack out with people calling why is that can you explain to me why you're not calling my program today does the huge newsday where is everybody today is everyone at the beach has everyone gone home as everyone turned their brains off our people dow afraid to call to our radio for fear the neighbors will hear them and call a nazi what the heck is going on look at this report to dead several stabbed in finland one person in custody the mainstream dhalaa bars east they have women in the back can you believe the world you're living in germany another person's thereby or moslem where the german men wear the finnish men what happened to the west do you want to be next fitted finland's top police chief set today was to early to link the attacked international terrorism you know where the police chief belong the police she belongs in a university got three belongs you'd be for the president of finland university helsinki you is where it belongs one person was killed and one person was injured in a stabbing attack in the german city will patrol ever field still searching for the suspects the no one knows who did it it must be those don quakers again they ran out of their oats and they went on a stabbing attack and finland germany spain what the heck is going on in the world that the west has its had not in the sand the cowards in the media the lion cowards the.

finland ap spain police chief president finland university helsinki batam germany
"university helsinki" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The opposite of everything decent about judaism and i stand by what i just set and if you don't like it come on the show wealth and stand up for your family name because your name is mud to me shown all moslem kills fourteen of wounds over sixty in spain and wolf blitzer says it's a copycat of charlottesville now i don't know whether he suffering from wolf climbers or uh blitzer heim ras but wolf he should no that it wasn't a copycat he knows that the muslim terrorists the all muslims to be very fair to the discussion the all muslims ran people over on the london bridge wilfie i realize your memory has been failing you for at least forty years now uh the all muslims ran people over on the london bridge they run people over in these france even you knew that wilfie didn't yours your memory fails your and then wait it gets even worse the all muslims in finland went on a knifing spraked four of the refugees refugees welcome four of the muslim i mean all muslim refugees went out with knives and stabbed women with stroll lawyers stabbed them in the back don't less the brave members of the islamic state invite more of them in oh invite more of them in the all muslims they're fantastic look at this report to dead several stabbed in finland one person in custody the may have scream dhalaa barsy stab women in the back could you believe the world you're living in germany another person's thereby all to buslim where the german men wear the finnish men what happened to the west do you want to be next fitted finland's top police chief said today was to early to link the attack international terrorism you know with the police chief belongs the police she belongs in a university got three belongs you'd be for the president of finland university helsinki you is where it belongs one person was killed and one person was injured in a stabbing attack in the german city will patrol ever field still searching for the suspects the no one knows who did it it must be those don quakers again they ran out of their oats and they went on a stabbing attack in finland germany spain what the heck is going on in the world that the west has its had not in the.

spain charlottesville france wilfie finland police chief president finland university helsinki wolf blitzer london germany buslim forty years
"university helsinki" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Call talk radio for fear the neighbors will hear them and call in a nazi what the heck is going on look at this report to dead several stabbed in finland one person in custody the mainstream dhalaa bars he stab women in the back could you believe the world you're living in germany another person's thereby by all moslem where the german men wear the finnish men what happened to the west do you want wanna be next fitted finland's top police chief set today was to early to link the attacked international terrorism you know where the police chief belong the police she belongs in a university got three belongs you'd be for the president of finland university helsinki you is where he belongs one person was killed and one person was injured in a stabbing attack in the german city will patrol ever field still searching for the suspects the no one knows who did it it must be those don quakers again they ran out of their oats and they went on a stabbing attack and finland germany spain what the heck is going on in the world that the west has its had not in the sand the cowards in the media the lion cowards the only people though their attacker white men they never say a word against radical muslims they never say a word against ms thirteen gang members the only people that these vermin cowards will attack jack a white males i've had enough of it i'm sick of it i can't take much more of it i feel like taking my bike front smashing into computer screens right now what is wrong with you out there in the savage nation of you lost your tongue have you nothing to say normally the share everyone's calling cohen cohen suddenly all of a sudden everyone's silent nothing let's say you're gonna let fox those thou dictate what a conservative as it's been taken over by murdoch's still impotent sons so apparent murdoch boys they cut a ruddock odd icecream stand if it wasn't for the father the father was a bucket a build a worldwide empire these still schmuck couldn't build an icecream stand on their own they fired everyone on fox knows stood up for anything meaningful look they got left shepard smith take a look what's left there on fox news slept smith at a chorus line of strippers k m a j radio kansas line to go ahead you're on the.

finland police chief president finland university helsinki cohen cohen murdoch fox germany shepard smith
"university helsinki" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on WDRC

"Opposite of everything decent about judaism at i stand by what i just said and if you don't like it come on the show wolf and stand up for your family name because your name is mud to me so an all moslem kills fourteen of wounds over sixty in spain and wolf blitzer says it's a copycat of charlottesville now i don't know whether he suffering from wolf climbers or raw blitzer hi rush but wolf he should know that it was a copycat he knows that the muslim terrorists the all muslims to be very fair to the discussion the all muslims ran people over on the london bridge wilfie i realize your memory has been fail and you for at least forty years no uh the all muslims ran people overall on the bridge they run people over in these france even you knew that wilfie did yours your memory fails your and then wait a gets even worse the all muslims in finland went on a knifing spraked four of the refuge geez refugees welcome four of the muslim i mean all muslim refugees went out with knives and stay of women with strollers stabbed them in the back door less the brave members of the islamic state invite more of them in oh invite more of them in the old muslims they're fantastic look at this report to dead several stabbed in finland one person in custody the man screamed dhalaa bars east the women in the back could you believe the world you're living in germany another person's thereby a all moslem where the german men wear the finnish men what happened to the west the you wanna be next fitted finland's top police chief said today was to early to link the attack to international terrorism you know where the police sheep along the police she belongs in a university got three belongs you'd be for the president of finland university helsinki you is where it belongs one person was killed and one person was injured in a stabbing attack of the german city will patrol ever field still searching for the suspects the no one knows who did it it must be those don quakers again they ran out of their oats and they went on a stabbing attack and finland germany spain what the heck is going on in the.

spain charlottesville france wilfie finland police chief president finland university helsinki wolf blitzer germany forty years
"university helsinki" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on WTMA

"Talk radio for fear the neighbors will hear them and call him a nazi what the heck is going on look at this report to dead several stabbed in finland one person in custody the man screamed dhalaa bars east they have women in the back can you believe the world you're living in germany another person's thereby ultimo slim where the german men wear the finnish men what happened to the west do you wanna be next fitted finland's top police chief said today was to early to lengthy attacked international terrorism you know where the police sheep along wchs the police she belongs in a university got three belongs you'd be for the president of finland university helsinki you is where he belongs one person was killed and one person was injured in a stabbing attack in the german city will patrol ever field still searching for the suspects the no one knows who did it it must be those don quakers again they ran out of their oats and they went on a stabbing attack and finland germany spain what the heck is going on in the world that the west has its had not in the sand the cowards in the media the lion cowards the only people though their attacker white men they never say a word against radical muslims they never say a word against ms thirteen gang members the only people that these vermin cowards will tackle white males i'd had enough of it i'm sick of it i can't take much more of it i feel like taking my microphone smashing into computer screens right now what is wrong with you out there in the savage nation of you lost your tongue have you nothing to say normally the share everyone's calling calling calling suddenly all of a sudden everyone's silent nothing to say you're gonna let fox those now dictate what a conservative as it's been taken over by murdoch still impotent son's killer happening murdoch boys they cut erotic odd icecream stand if it wasn't for the father the father was a bucket a build a worldwide have by these still shots couldn't build an icecream stand on their own they fired everyone on fox noses stood up for anything meaningful look they got left slept were smith take a look what's left there on fox news slept smith in.

finland police chief president finland university helsinki murdoch smith germany fox
"university helsinki" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Talk radio for fear the neighbors will hear them and call in a nazi what the heck is going on look at this report to dead several stabbed in finland one person in custody the man screamed allah barsy stab women in the back can you believe the world you're living in germany another person's thereby all muslim where the german men wear the finnish men what happened to the west do you want to be next fitted finland's top police chief set today was to early to link the attacked international terrorism you know the police sheep along six the police she belongs in a university got three belongs you'd be for the president of finland university helsinki you is where he belongs one person was killed in one person was injured in a stabbing attack in a german city will patrol ever field still searching for the suspects the no one knows who did it it must be those don quakers again they ran out of their oats and they went on a stabbing attack and finland germany spain what the heck is going on in the world that the west has its had not in the sand the cowards in the media the lion cowards the only people low their attacker white men they never say a word against radical muslims they never say a word against ms thirteen gang members the only people that these vermin cowards will attack white males i'd had enough of it i'm sick of it i can't take much more of it i feel like taking my bike if on a smashing into the computer screens right now what is wrong with you out there in the savage nation of you lost your tongue have you nothing to say normally the share everyone's calling calling cohen suddenly all of a sudden everyone's silent nothing to say you're gonna let fox news.

finland police chief president finland university helsinki cohen germany fox
"university helsinki" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on KKAT

"War as you understand it i gotta tell you what's going on right now is a funny thing look what's going on batam resigns as white house strategist two dead several stabbed in finland and the ap is reporting it like it was nothing it was moslems again all muslims and they only stabbed women fetish women and these verb the media adult say it can you imagine if your wife was pushing a stroller and someone stabbed her in the back how would you feel today that are again a p five terrorist dead in spain after attacks killed fourteen injured one hundred again they don't say moslem they don't say immigration they don't say ref psg do you understand the west is committing suicide what the hell you want me to say here what are we sit here and put my tongue on hold and yet no one's calling the show i swear to god normally the board is completely wack that with people calling why is that can you explain to me why you're not calling my program today does the huge newsday where is everybody today is everyone at the beach has everyone gone home as everyone turn their brains off our people dow afraid to call talk radio for fear the neighbors will hear them and call in a nazi what the heck is going on look at this report to dead several stabbed in finland one person in custody demand scream dhalaa barsy stabbed women in the back can you believe the world you're living in germany another person's by all moslem where the german men wear the finnish men what happened to the west do you wanna be next fitted finland's top police chief said today was to early to link the attack to international terrorism you know where the police chief belongs the police she belongs in a university got three belongs bbc the president of finland university helsinki you is where he belongs one person was killed and one person was injured in a stabbing attack in the german city will patrol ever field still searching for the suspects the no one knows who did it it must be those don quakers again they ran out of their oats and they went on a stabbing attack and finland germany spain what the heck is going on in the world that the west has its head not in the sand the cowards in the media the lion cowards the.

finland ap spain police chief president finland university helsinki batam germany
"university helsinki" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on WLOB

"You what's going on right now is a funny thing look what's going on batam resigns as white house thorpe strategist two dead several stabbed in finland and the ap is reporting it like it was nothing it was moslems again all muslims and they only stabbed women fetish women and these vitamin and the media adult say it can imagine if your wife was pushing a stroller and someone stabbed during the back how would you feel today then again a p five terrorist dead in spain after attacks killed fourteen injured one hundred again they don't say moslem they don't say immigration they don't say refugee do you understand the west is committing suicide what the hell he want me to say here what are only sit here and put my tongue on hold and yet no one school in the show i swear to god normally the board is completely wack that with people calling why is that can you explain to me why you're not calling my program today does the huge news day where is everybody today is everyone at the beach has everyone gone home as everyone turned their brains off a people dow afraid to call talk radio for fear the neighbors will hear them and call in a nazi what the heck is going on look at this report to dead several stabbed in finland one person in custody the mainstream dhalaa barsy stab women in the back could you believe the world you're living in germany another person's standby all to moslem where the german men wear the finnish men what happened to the west do you want to be next fitted finland's top police chief said today was to early to link the attack to international terrorism you know with the police chief belongs the police she belongs in a university got three belongs you'd be for the president of finland university helsinki you is where it belongs one person was killed and one person was injured in a stabbing attack in the german city will patrol ever field still searching for the suspects the no one knows who did it it must be those don quakers again they ran out of their oats and they went on a stabbing attack in finland germany spain what the heck is going on in the world that the west has had not in the sand the cowards in the media the lion cowards the.

finland ap spain police chief president finland university helsinki batam germany
"university helsinki" Discussed on KMET 1490AM

KMET 1490AM

02:52 min | 4 years ago

"university helsinki" Discussed on KMET 1490AM

"Welcome back to its top contrition thanks for tuning in steve in for the que hours caught up ups this story is it intriguing i don't know high blood pressure in late adolescence link to just of compulsive disorders gets a for any out and and so i d disorders this was a study out of sweden and how old we promoter for kirk announcer first name and take on tv antti on tv and take on doctor on two i love fell off university helsinki conducted the study along with some cole researchers and i'll repeat this what they that the finding they found that mailed teenagers who had a rushing heart rate about eighty two beats per minute have a sixteen nine percent increase risk of developing obsessive compulsive this order compared with male teenagers with a resting heart rate bolanos sixty two petes permanent likewise are similarly compared with males and lower heart rate category men in the higher rate category had a twenty one percent increase first gets a for india and it eighteen percent greater risk for hangs ivy well make in contrast they said teenage may also with a lower resting hard be where link to substance to use disorders and violent convictions particularly after adjusting for physical fitness so even a lower resting hard beat ray was not good be sure she's reported similar correlations for _o_c beast gets a franny and anxiety substance huge disorders and violence with hire and lower blood pressure readings so the authors of the study said well in this large scale wanted to know cohorts study we found that men with higher resting heart rate and higher blood pressure in late outta lessons to be more likely to have received a diagnosis of obsessive compulsive disorder skit suffering the yeah or anxiety disorder later in life close quite the strongest correlations what with _o_c d with man and the highest resting heart rate category seventy to eighty percent more likely to be at risk my god then man and lower category corresponding lee they said man in the highest blood pressure category had a thirty to forty percent greater risk.

blood pressure sweden university helsinki heart rate ray kirk india sixteen nine percent twenty one percent eighteen percent eighty percent forty percent