23 Burst results for "earache"

Dive Into Diffusion With Taylor Bowlen

The Essential Oil Revolution

06:05 min | 2 months ago

Dive Into Diffusion With Taylor Bowlen

"Taylor it's wonderful to have you here with us today. How are you hi. I'm great thank you. So much for having me so taylor. I know that the way that you got started in founder way to essential oils had to do with your young baby at the time being being sick. Can you tell us that story. Yes so my husband was teaching at the time and bringing home all the germs twenty four seven and we had a little three month old. She was constantly getting sick and it would go to her chest. The doctors would say we're not sure. Let's put it on this breathing treatment. Let's try this try. That and i thought. I don't want all of this to just try. I wanna see. How can we prevent this. So my husband actually was more familiar with essential oils than i was at the time because his mom used them growing up. She didn't use them as comprehensively as we did but when he would have an earache. They use tea tree so he was really familiar with oils and actually suggested them so. Once i started looking into them i realised that his could actually be an alternative for us to help prevent instead of just treat and then i dove right in and we have been using essential oils. Ever since i love that story. Taylor i love when you can see the impacts that generations that have come before can have on the future generations like you said even if it wasn't this super comprehensive passing down of all the essential oil knowledge in the world just having that exposure in childhood to essential oils. I could really opened up your husband to this world of You know these things exist. Let me give them a try. So that's that's just really cool to hear so he sort of introduced them to you. You kind of took it and ran you. Were using them on your daughter. She was getting sick a lot during that time. Yes yes she was. She was three months old. So i was trying to do research because she was still so tiny. So we diluted a lot and we had amazing results with and she wasn't getting sick after. Oh that's amazing. What oils do you remember like. Do you want to share a little. Bit more about what oils ear using. And how with her sure so because it went to respiratory we were diffusing eucalyptus in her bedroom at night and we would put lavender. And i use lemon and frankencense to help boost her immune system and i win with the gentler since she was younger and they worked so well for her. That is awesome. So i love that. This shift sort of happened later in your life a little bit. What's one of the biggest changes you notice when you started incorporating essential oils into your life not just with your daughter but for all of you i would still say it was health. Overall for my whole family was the greatest change. It seemed we would pass a colder something to each other once a month and you know. Medicine is not prevention so before oils. We'd wait until one of us got sick. Take medication to help that. Illness or just basically mask the symptoms and but incorporating oils. It allowed me to take preventative action. So we could make immune rollers and support our bodies naturally to keep our immune systems functioning at their highest level. And i honestly at first. I was amazed. I couldn't even believe it and i'm still amazed every day. At how amazing essential oils really are and they really do work. Yeah i've been using them for five years and or six. I think at this point and still some days. I'm just like well. Gosh these things to actually work. This is crazy later. I'm still like well that worked. Well that's awesome. Yes so taylor. I would love to start getting into diffusion with the i know you love teaching people about defusing essential oils and all the amazing benefits of that. So tell us. Exactly what is diffusion. And why should we be defusing essential oils. Yes so when we're diffusing and i'm talking more of using an sonic diffuser which seems to be the most common and widely used for essential oils. It allows the oils to be atomised into a microphone. Missed by the vibrating. Play that you see at the bottom of the diffuser so this vibrant at such a high rate. The waters turned into a mist containing millions of microparticles that can disperse into the air using sound vibration. Instead of heat which is key. The power of essential oils comes from the constituents. It's made up of and heating the oils can alter those so using an ultrasonic. Diffuser helps to maintain the integrity of the oil and allows the therapeutic benefits to be fully preserved and dispersed throughout. Your home and the microparticles can actually remain suspended in the air for hours after your diffuser even shuts off so you're still reaping the benefits a longtime after. There's really numerous reasons to defuse as your diffusing the oils or breathed in they can reach nearly every system in the body supporting respiratory health. Immune system they can help the body to relax or secrete endorphins improve the balance of hormones and mental clarity. Researchers are continuing to gain so much knowledge proving. Our emotional health has such a significant effect on our physical health and our sense of smell is directly linked to our emotions and memories in the limbic system of the brain so the squid turpin in essential oils can increase blood oxygen levels so that coupled with the sent can help the body to relax and release emotional blocks at the same time plus it only takes between twenty to thirty seconds after inhaling the essential oil molecules to reach the olfactory and limbic systems where emotions and sense a process. So it's truly remarkable.

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When Medicine Goes Virtual

a16z

07:27 min | 1 year ago

When Medicine Goes Virtual

"We're all getting these messages from all our providers telling us to use virtual chat to us all these different telemedicine tools so We're in a moment where medicine is really going. Virtual at scale. Can we start talking about? What virtual medicine or telemedicine actually means what those different categories are. Is it all the same thing like what are we actually talking about here? Typically what people think about when we say virtual care is probably the the traditional sort of video visit Where you have two screens. The patient and the provider are talking to each other. Live virtual care. I think is much more of like a broader paradigm around. How do you sort of overcome the constraints of the traditional healthcare system? Which are largely. I would say two things. One is geography. Which is that you know. Typically you as a patient that demands out of the market only really has access to the supply side that is within a reasonable radius of where they are and then also the physical brick and mortar component of healthcare. So basically a way to get around the fact that you at the moment you have a certain doctor within your geographic range and a certain provider at discovery. Yeah and it's more than just video business as well. It could be a synchronous messaging. It could be continuous monitoring. It could be sensing frankly could even be a telephone call. I mean we can go back in addition to higher tech and as an alternative just. Everybody goes to the emergency room when it because they don't doing. Even the triaging of the telephone goes a long way in terms of on the biological side. What works for Telemedicine? And what doesn't I can say like. Oh I have a fever and my ear really hurts. I'm highly suspicious of an earache and like probably could make that diagnosis based on a lot of stuff without actually looking in my eardrum but like listening to lungs or listening to Heart Lake. How what are the limitations of what works? And what doesn't for this particular medium for General Practitioner You could probably do a vast majority of what has done there. I mean certainly not everything. Let's just even the rounding function where we're trying to just understand. What are the more serious cases and one has to be done? You could probably do a lot of triaging and that might be the most important thing and keeping especially in a situation like we have. Today you have routing With the benefit of not having to bring someone in physically and You know we it's natural thing about what you can't do but just the unique things of what you can do reaching people immediately and also keeping them Sort of quarantine is particularly treating it mainly like an er or a hospital as well most dangerous places to be just general. So you're saying essentially it's not really about diagnosis. It's about triage I think the diagnosis and it goes hand in hand with trump's but that might be one of the biggest Winds just to know what to escalate and how to handle it in some ways. That's what a GP's job is to say. Oh this is something that'd be dealt with homecare. This is something that can be escalated. But needs to be escalated. The telephone call the call your kind of pediatric nurse stuff right like there's been some level of that already. We're starting to lean on that a lot more in this particular moment. The video chat is is definitely one of the things we're seeing most. Where are we right now? In how in how much we're using these tools and how kind of robust they are in T- in their roll out in the system when you think about like the traditional phone call which yes is a form of virtual care One of the challenges of that model is that every single caller is treated the same and when they're waiting in the queue. There's no way to understand how to effectively triage the ones that might have higher risk versus versus lower risk and so there's a whole slew of companies that have a virtual agent or like a chat. Bot that essentially can ask you questions in digital form in a self service way that sort of prioritize the level of risk of a patient prior to them even engaging with the healthcare system. That's one thing that will unlock. A bunch of capacity is rather than just brute force putting everyone in line and waiting until they human. Answer the phone to figure out whether where they need to go. These technologies can actually be more intelligent about how to route people in the right direction. Upfront and is that happening yet. Now when we have this telemedicine conversation and it feels like I'm in line I'm waiting and then the nurse pops up and we have a conversation. I may may type. A few things in but is it actually being sort of prioritized in pockets so there are a set of larger employers set of larger health plans that have partnered with these digital health companies to make those tools available to their members or to their employees. It's not by any means in the mainstream but you are seeing all over the web. All these companies are broadcasting the fact that they have intelligence in those virtual chat bots that can help people assess what their risk is with regards to bid specifically But I'll also all sorts of other things and Essentially allow them to determine whether or not they actually need to come into physical pickup Moore Clinic compared to what we could be doing. It's it's really intriguing in that. It wouldn't take much for people to do vitals at home. Is He thinking about the paradigm is? How can the doctor connect with measuring things The fact that now you can measure a lot of things at home such that you know maybe even a hundred dollars would get you a kit that your family could use a get basics. Plus you know maybe even includes like a stethoscope the that can send the sounds of of Your heart your lungs on someone to the doctor. I think there's a lot more that could be done than what we're doing right now. When you think about like the tools that we all like the vast majority of Americans at least have like in their household set of things. Like thermometers dumping where. It's pretty much assume that you know. Most most citizens have thermometer in their house. But there's many many other categories of tests essentially that either aren't available to consumers off the shelf at your. Cbs and actually require. Either you to send the sample into a central lab somewhere. And you know wait for the cycle to run to to get back the results or that. You still need to come in and that. That's one of the big challenges right. Now that we're seeing with the COVA does that. There is no at home test and you have to come into the physical facilities to both have sample taken analog test run and that's just exacerbating the supply problem right now with regards to capacity and so. I think that's going to be a big area where we're already starting to see tremendous movement. I think this moment is highlighting the fact that there is so much more that we need to be investing in as far as innovation to bring those tests truly into a package. Modality that allows Consumers actually do them in their home for Julia me thinking if it is like a just a blood or urine sample that probably could be collected by mobile football. Missed as well come back. Yeah where essentially like the sample collection kit can be sent to your house. And it's either a urine sample or a simple blood blood prick or a saliva sample And that you know that kids still needs to be sent to a central APP to be actually run and then again. There's a latency to to getting the results back but but you also have other tests like the pregnancy test is the most canonical example of this. Where you can run the entire end test in your home and immediate results and so I think that's what we should aspire to. Is that a larger portion of sort of what we call. Standard blood tests should be available in in in that kind of packaging. That'd be great if it was done at home but I think even like sending to central lab. Is it really that different than what did she do?

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European ministers meet to salvage Iran nuclear deal

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

04:22 min | 1 year ago

European ministers meet to salvage Iran nuclear deal

"Overnights global leaders have said that the Ukrainian jet that crashed near Tehran was probably shot down by an Iranian missile but the head of Iran's aviation authorities said that is not possible for a lot of issues still remaining to be result let's go now life to Brussels may Bloomberg Maria today standing by Maria good morning to you thanks for being with us festival hasn't been any kind of a you take on those reports about the possible downing over this plane by one of Iran's missiles for this one we don't know we do know that are just several who is the man that the that the diplomatic efforts on behalf of the European Union did have a call with Ukraine's president Ukraine edge you know well it's not an easy you member but it is a country that the European Union does work with that does monitor and other than that full solidarity over it does and finance but of course this is something that will certainly do want stand change the tone as the date meeting the Europeans will want to know exactly what is that that happened the information that we had out is Canada Justin Trudeau yesterday pointed at the may have been an accident or made me or not but intentionally this is something that for the Europeans at this point Harding really trying to the escalate tensions as another hurdle they have to go through but also an issue that they want clarity on and they want to quickly scored yeah indeed we just also getting a new line out if you cried out forms in this you say that the missile a missile has not ruled out but not confirmed in the crash of the US in terms of the latest law I own old on the crash from table and intends old where that leaves the E. U. that I've just for this of foreign ministers me saying what is actually now the strategic priority do you think fool for Europe order for the Europeans in in Europe we are always hold and this is actually the line here is that Europe just one GT actually if they do not want to see the idea perhaps as increased military intervention taking hold they worry about the arrest and now the region of course if you look at those geographically would have a much bigger impact on your object yet you have instability there compared to the US bank is the geography Earache Europeans and he would be almost the first point of contact and we've seen that story play out and the migration crisis in twenty fifteen does that have a direct impact on your after they want everyone to just almost take a step back take a breeder stop prevent military affiliation and perhaps go back to the negotiating table to some extent and they still feel the best way to go about that if you do it through the nuclear deal tricky however the kids what was the Iran and the U. S. toward the main actors involved and that will tell you that your dad the Europeans are still hoping that there's a way to bring it back alive it does seem naive at this stage well what I was gonna say Marie I mean the G. C. P. how I seem to have almost nothing left to it fallout from the Europeans and wanted to others hanging on to Iran now talking about in reaching uranium way beyond what they're supposed to under the deal to the the Europeans really still think it's a rather two things are on that note today do you think that Iran had wanted you just let me walk out and really just break away from it they would have done it in a way that would be much more significant now to the do you think that to some extent a rainy and perhaps because of the economic situation of the country we have an incentive to return if they feel there is something in it for them when it comes to the U. S. frankly it's very difficult to see how Donald Trump return to that table big kids he's already thing if anything ever rush to dismantle that and move away from the deal but the Europeans feel that if the situation does calm down it would you seek the activation the only point where everyone can meet and actually talk and try to justify mention take a breather and kind of consider other options it's true the nuclear deal if you're that round table that was damaged and yeah created and led by the Europeans that is what they're hoping that as with their clanking aren't you and that is where the diplomatic efforts from the east would be focused on again yeah it is difficult to see how that happened it's Maria today

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"earache" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"earache" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"And personal you spend a lot of time with it emotionally. It feels like my son ought to look like me. And especially it's kind of interesting to with something like a penis and foreskin when you don't have a foreskin. It's very weird to imagine. Like, honestly cannot physically imagine. I have no idea. What that would be like, you know, vice versa. I'm sure, but it, but especially since the foreskin is like from my perspective an extra thing that I don't have. So I think it's very emotional. And then from there, I really do think that it's tradition. It's wanting your kid to look like you on this way. And, you know, wanting to feel like, oh, my penis is the way penises should be kind of thing on again, this is all fully acknowledging that this is an emotional thing. And then what I think happens if I'm being told, and this is again from the benefit of hindsight of having changed my mind, I believe. Your emotional brain looks for justifications. And it is my belief having read up on the evidence. It's kinda grasping at straws. You know, that's that's what I ended up. Finding is that it one one argument that I find completely unconvincing is taking your son from like a one point two percent chance that they'll have a UTI urinary tract infection as an infant to like a point two or three percent chance. You know that that's nothing to me. Like, that's that that for me. That's something you might just have to deal with it. You know, your kid might get an earache your kid might get a some sort of infection. Your kid might have skin pro like there's things that you're baby will have the just aren't that big of a deal? If if your kid happens to get UTI, I'm yes, obviously, you have to deal with it. And it's beginning to have some discomfort is not gonna be fun. And I'm sure they're gonna be unhappy. But you'll give them some whatever some drugs of some kind and it'll go away. And Furthermore, taking you from a one point three percent chance to appoint two percent chance is not in my mind is not statistically a justification for cutting off a part of their body is just not even close. So that's for me. That's like nothing. I mean, there are others that are perhaps more convincing certainly if if I lived in Africa, maybe if I lived in a country or a place that has a very high rate of aids than it might it looks like there is some level of reduction in aids transmission, if you are circumcised versus uncircumcised, but that is just not something I am at all going to base a decision about my kid on. I mean, my decision is going to be you know, to instructing my child both of them on proper use of condoms and protection and unprotected sex. And all that that's that's going to be how we're going to do that. There's you know, I we don't live. Fortunately, we don't live in a country that has a like major. Aids epidemic to where you would be literally concerned about cutting off a part of the penis to try to marginally help. That transmission rate like my plan. There is to do everything in my power to educate my children. So that neither of them gets aides. Because aids is very scary thing. But like, that's that's not enough to make decision specifically here now that is not enough of a justification, you know, a minor difference in aids transmission, and I think there are arguably some other STD related transmission rate reductions, and I believe that you can even grant like, okay, if you have less going on on the head of a penis to transmit, you know, to be a place where bacteria or other things like STD's, whatever it is might be able to live and then be transmitted. Yeah. I can I can buy that that that might be true. But the here's the thing. The STD rates are actually. Lower in the UK than they are here. And in the UK, virtually nobody is circumcise, it's very low circumcision rate. So yet again in the interesting thing is especially when you talk about these aids and like other serious STD transmission rates that are very low..

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U.N. Issues Urgent Warning on the Growing Peril of Drug-Resistant Infections

Joe Walsh

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

U.N. Issues Urgent Warning on the Growing Peril of Drug-Resistant Infections

"The UN issued urgent warning on growing peril of drug resistant infections. They say that the overuse of antimicrobial drugs in humans animals, and plants is fueling resistant pathogens that could kill ten million people annually by twenty fifty this is thirty years from now ten million people I understand what scientists worry about. But I have never believed never believed. It's a good reason not to give a kid with an earache the pink stuff, and they always say well drug resistant infection. It's the pink stuff, and it always works with kids. And I just have never believed it they need to make a better argument in my view. They just have to actually make an argument and explain how

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"earache" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"earache" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"There we go. Hansen since all over the place Hanson, actually does thing you know, they're big is called, Bob. Of course, they've got so-called. They've got a festival in Oklahoma where they're from called hop. And it's. And it's frigging huge. I thought that was their franchise where they teamed up coop with ihop. Sorry. When you got when you signed to this metal label earache where there other suitors as well at the time or were they pretty much at that time, the only option now we were talking to other people because our management was it was a big management firm. You know, we were with gosh, my mind slipped right now, we were with Irving herb part of as off putting out of as off. I'm sorry. So is part of the big machine. Now, we were talking to people, but nothing was coming in. It was serious enough a real enough. When fortunately we were going through, then and still are an era where a lot of the majors want to. They're just I don't wanna say something bad about them. What they're really doing is changing the way they do business and people stop buying records on a large part. So they had to change how they made money which also meant they aren't gonna give bands a bunch of money. And which also meant if you want us to use our resources and our company to to help you. We can that's what we do. But how are we going to get paid back at ain't on the record? Now, I'll tell you how it's. Going to be on the things you do. Well, you're merchant do good. We need a piece year touring. We'll do something we need a piece and everybody for a minute. They call it three sixty deal for a minute that looked really, you know, to a guy like me as more old school. I was like that's a bunch of bullshit because that's the you hang onto right? That's how we live is banned. But what we were where we're at right now for younger. People listening people that want to understand. That's how labels will make money back on this building of people that they hired a work, you know, radio teams and marketing, and there's only one way they're going to be able to do it. Then it was very ugly. So these deals were coming in. We're going three sixty they can kiss are asked. We don't want to do that. And the deal we did with Iraq wasn't that? It was on those three sixty do. They wanna PC you're live shows as well. Yeah. The receipts like actually what you're guarantee is every night, it's complex. But yes, it's not. It's not like they're just nightly raping, you, you know, that they usually put like a max a ceiling on. On it. Like, we're gonna take you. And if once you're you guys already make X amount. But once you make beyond that amount. We want a piece of that a percentage of the old the old l- in perpetuity, or is it only while you're recording for them. Yeah. No, no about specific to what you guys were looking at in general. I would say there's definitely labels that will do impropriety on everything and give them nothing. Yeah. They do that. There's there's bad people out there. You know, you know, we're we're with landfill. Now. That's a big move. We should talk about that this new album, which we're gonna get into into second, which is phenomenal feral roots. The first record for rival sons really on a major label heart of the big machine Atlantic records and get more major than that. But you actually is it through is it Dave cobs label your producer like it, actually. Or is. It is secondary imprint of Atlantic. What is it? I have to. It's like we're splitting hairs it kind of happened at the same time because they've had this thing. Going and it's with Electra Electra side with us ES, and we wanted to do something together. And it just so happened that people over at Atlantic proper wanted to sign the band, and it kinda just became this thing where where my ANR guy looked over and went I like this bed..

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Man experiences seizure, infection in brain after cotton swab gets stuck in ear

Orlando's Morning News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Man experiences seizure, infection in brain after cotton swab gets stuck in ear

"Go a man in England came down with severe earaches, then had a seizure and collapsed. After a piece of cotton swab got stuck in his ear. Apparently the bit of cotton had been there for so long that caused the bacterial infection that spread up into the bone. The base of his skull and into the lining of his brain. Luckily after surgery to remove the cotton a week in the hospital and two months of antibiotics the man had no lasting

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"earache" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"earache" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It's your turn seven hundred wwl w how are you? What's up evening? How are you have no complaints? I'm alive. I'm well. I'm here rather than there. What are you gonna do s right? Okay. You're gonna be I hope you're going to be shocked this remedy because every person I've ever told it to just laugh at me and said, no way. Okay. Okay. We're going to go back to the fifties. And the sixties, okay. Mother whenever I would say mom, I got an earache really hurt. Wind up a cigarette and she blows smoke in my ear. I shouldn't laugh I went to school. That's crazy. I went to school was a teacher who would just smoke back in the day when they do that sometimes in the classroom. They have a smoking room and he could blow smoke out of his ears. That was like the big thing in school. Everybody thought was funny but blowing smoke into your ear. I have did it actually help. Or was she what the hell is that about Barbara? I can remember it's actually working. I I mean, but I was probably seven or eight years old. I mean, I don't know it doesn't it doesn't break. The rule of not putting anything bigger than earth smaller than your elbow in your ear, which I did the other night. And I jacked up my ear when I was using a cotton swab. I'd say q tip. But that's a brand don't laugh. I know. Yeah. You got Zillow where you get the stuff out of their heels. Awesome. I mean, it's almost as good a sex, but not quite. You're not getting the sex, right, Barbara. If the cleaning your ears as good as sex. You're not getting the sex, right? Who is sex and you wrong, Barbara, well, all I can say is baggage visiting. I am, you know, kids. Give it right back to the smoke in the air. I liked that. Right back to the year. Smoke f you say that the cleaning the ears is good as sex almost. I got you. I mean, here's the thing. Worse comes to worse. You know, how to do it right for yourself better than anybody? So it's still got to be better than cleaning your ear. If not man, I we gotta get Dr Ruth on. She's got a new movie coming out. Maybe we can get her on the radio to talk about that. I got gotta watch that. I think it's about her life. Yeah. That's what I'm talking about Barbara. Appreciate your listening. And I guess if I get another earache I'll have to pick up the butts and try to a probably didn't work with the vaping. The whole vaping thing will kill the smoke in the year two doctors right now, we're going sterling it's bad advice while no Docker trying to play one on the radio talking home remedies to Robert here in Cincinnati on seven hundred wwl w was sterling how are you?.

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"earache" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"earache" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And also follow us on all social media platforms at Fellay designs. We would love any any and all support on social media as well. What about any future additions to the line? Have you thought about slits? Oh, yeah. Yes. Yes. What actually almost finished a little study ring, which is super cute so excited. I. Tiny little hoop. So I like to think Holly designed that with me and mind. Yeah, I did. But it's been really fun ching yet to put my input in on the design that she really started. And so we have earaches. We also didn't mention that. There is a necklace available on the website did. Oh, you did. I did. Oh, I thought we were just talking about that. Okay. Great. Okay. So you have earrings necklaces earrings. There's a studier incoming. There's a hoop that I'm working on and working out the mechanics of it. I'm also working on a cough. That is very love. It you're gonna love it. It's like superhero ash. It's it's hot. It's really really hot. And then down the road. I not have to be patient. But I would love to do this a buckle actual belt. Buckle with wings since I've already kind of worked it out. And it's it's just really it feels good. It's really empowering. And it's it's really beautiful. And again, the message behind it. And all of that. I love making. Things that make you feel good and it has meaning. So every piece has that. And how wonderful is that? So at this point. I think we've covered everything and you guys did a good job. So I would like to thank you for coming. That's for pets naming you. Oh, what a beautiful idea Fellay has behind it that the angel kind of like the guardian angel dogs and all animals how great is that. Now. Everyone listening, you know, you can go to the episode page, and there will be a little blurb about fella designed jewelry, and they'll be a link to the website. So, you know, if you're running or biking or just listening in your car, then no worries if.

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"earache" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"earache" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I saw Bruno Mars last night and he was at the Barclay center and it was like the most amazing thing, seeing thousands of people just Dan have the best time ever lose their minds, but there's an I did that this summer on the voice notes to arrive. I've played for over like two hundred thousand people. Total thirty, three dates. It was absolutely incredible. But what makes me really happy as being kind of locked in a room and that's it, no, being locked in a room and making the record for for people that they're, they're gonna hear it like next year, you know, making the kick drum just a little bit louder discomposed in the record making. It's kind of predicting what music is going to sound like a year from now. Imagine walking into an artist's studio is in a painter artist doodo you open the doors and you see them in there just with paint and just it is big canvas like short shorts painting with and you can see the the spirit. You can see the passion in what they're doing. It's the same artist is an artist is an artist, and it was. The same watching you in their composing to us a kick drum. What the f. is a kick drum, what we hear them -portant part of that moment you were creating your piece. I know I'll even come up with a little hypothetical story lines if I'm not going through anything significant in my life and everything's going good because I only seemed to write songs when I'm in like toxic relationships. Apparently, I, I'll come up with something like a hypothetical situation in my head, and I'll it'll be so convincing four o'clock in the morning when all the core changes are laid down. And you know, I'm like texting all my friends. I got something crazy. This is going to be like the craziest thing everyone's comes out next year. I'll like forget that. Oh yeah, it's not real. I'm not actually, you know, you know, cruising on a ship, a Norwegian ship in the Bermuda with Elvis, Duran and the you're not z morning zoo anymore. We're a kid. It took it. You can call us whatever you want. See one hundred morning calls, but I, I. When you sit down to listen to with the ways to run the morning show. Title of our show is zoom. Call myself zoo. That's kind of old. I like it. I like to put in a little you guys. The first people are so put a little cross in z. it was called Zad. Yep. Is that sorry? I keep cutting you off by the way I am on. I tunes listen to it. Let's talk about the way he's Spotify to if you haven't bought the way I am. You should because it's about me, but when you, Larry, when you hear rock, tell everyone what went into. I made it. I know, but it's not. It didn't just appear hersal song which record it. It did though. I mean, I, I was, you know, as I was walking in Huber woods in because in New Jersey, we have the woods where everybody whilst we have heart Sean woods and Hoover was etcetera, etcetera. Mama's county, and I'm walking around in the woods and all the sudden in just in my head. Like out of nowhere just like pops in my home in the woods in the woods alone. And when I had the tenant in, I was trying to think of verse melody for so long because I was trying to write, you know, because that's the tar line if you don't know this song, listen to it. If that's the guitar line, I was trying to think of verse lyrics over it, and it was like all convoluted in weird and I was like, one of the melody was just maybe this and I was like, I got it as smash. Smash. Yes, started with lane words over. Yeah. How did you do that? Well, the original earache used to be liquids. Humane me to the to me me to have better. Yeah, I liked it better to till Taylor, stole it from me. No, she didn't. Hi Shailer. I saw it change its. I was listening to the way I am by Eminem and it ended. And it was like. Munns dealing that that's mine now I still like that's on better think, but you don't..

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NC Coastal Federation finds high levels of bacteria, says coastal waters ‘not safe’ for swimming

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

NC Coastal Federation finds high levels of bacteria, says coastal waters ‘not safe’ for swimming

"Meanwhile, there's danger in North Carolina's coastal waters Florence according to local officials has left behind a slow moving disaster of murky waters loaded with bacteria, viruses, and other pollutants officials with the North Carolina. Coastal federation say people continue to swim in places. They shouldn't despite the advisories. There are warning residents to stay out of coastal waters to avoid contamination that can cause a series of infections, including earaches, hepatitis skin rashes and respiratory issues. Governor ROY Cooper warns the flooding has increased the population of mosquitos, which can carry disease such as encephalitis and West Nile

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"earache" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"earache" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"You know, if you child gets an earache and it bankrupts you tell insured sounds really good, and and and so there was health insurance. There was that crazy thing called residuals. Which meant if they played the thing you wrote again, they sent you money. That's crazy. It's just it's, it's amazing. It was like, are you kidding me? And the checks are good. They don't bounce. You don't have to go into the back of the bar with the nightclub owner and beg him to pay you, which is what happens in music and didn't have much of a show tonight. I'm paying you guys. What do you mean? You're not paying not paying get your amps and your guitars and get out. I mean, you know, I mean, getting paid with real money. Was was something to be to be pursued and and television promise. And delivered and delivered and and provided security for, you know, raising children and that had a lot to do with my choice. I mean. The, you know, the grandeur and the wonder and the magnificence of the music that we grew up with. You can't compare that with, you know, I dream of Jeannie. You can't not to disregard dismiss that stuff, but you know, I'm sorry. But you know the white album. You know, and and and in my mother-in-law, the car, not the same, not the same means of expression and and and he couldn't help it be swept up. At least I could help swept up in what was happening musically and the sixties and into the seventies. Sure. No. No. But when did you find that you had a facility for writing comedy, comedy scripts, whether for anime? I started writing in this in this in the seventies trying to write songs that I hope would lift me head of poverty and and and provide me with a means of doing something I really loved, and I was. My biggest inspiration songwriting at the time with Randy Newman choice. It was great choice, but not a great commercial choice. No, no. But I love that. He told stories, I really love the songs told stories and gave you time place form an event. He gave you a perspective he would sing from. He would sing. He would tell you a story from a from an important perspective and and make it, you know, and and bring it to life. And he would change his point of e wasn't singing from the from necessarily the protagonists point of y'all time. Sometimes he was the biggest in and I, I was mesmerized by that and I wanted to do that. And and so the songwriting that I was doing in the seventies primitive, though it was certainly not the musician. He was of the composer he was that was really influenced by that. And so that kind of was a natural transition to then writing writing a story without a hook without, you know, two versus, you know, chorus bridge solo chorus course out, you know. Storytelling kind of came from that crop. What interesting route? Interesting path. Circuitous few has it, but ultimately successful. You know, essentially talking to really extrordinary guitar player recently about. With you succeed or not? Musical training changes the way you hear things. Is really mad if you've had any success or not. It just changes your ear. You know, you hear you hear syncopation year view here. You know pianissimo is the MO you, you hear the rests..

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"earache" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

Dear Hank and John

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"earache" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"Questions. Give advice and bring you all the week's news from both Mars and AFC Wimbledon. That's sports thing in Kizer about cast how you doing Tessa. Good, really enjoying Missoula. Montana is so beautiful here, it's out of control. I completely understand why people live here in the month of July, right? This is one of the better of the month. Yeah, I it. It's not on fire yet, and it's also not made of ice. Which is some of us. There are two main seasons are fire and ice here. I next single wasn't that the what? The George Martin books in total are called a song of fire and ice, which is maybe it's just about maybe it's about Missoula. Do you not know about nil ideal? It's the game of thrones books. Oh, have heard of that? Yeah, I like the show. I'm cultured. And so you have been working for like a year on an album maybe more than a year now about ideas, ideas, I know where they lead, but I have too many sleep. That's the core. L. earache. Yeah, I've been working on this album, bad ideas. What's the easiest chart two chart on because I charted on the billboard, comedy charts. I feel like that's probably one of the easier ones aren't going to say, yes, I don't know, but I know that I don't qualify for any of them because I'm like, indi pop in. That's a fairly popular genre. Oh, so you're not gonna get anywhere near the top of that thing. We maybe what's what's on the top vote of confidence. Let's what's on the indie pop right now. Go. Let me see if I can think of an indie pop song. I don't even know if that's Jonah. Okay, so apparently indie pop is called alternative. Oh, because it's nineteen Ninety-two so say Amen. By panic at the disco's number two, looking at.

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"earache" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"earache" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Because of potential contamination the medicines relieve common symptoms of fever cough flu stomach aches nose bleeds an earache set seems expansive the contamination could cause infections that might be. Life threatening to some children a full list is available on. The FDA's website, do check that out, king bio is the drug maker there and the preliminary autopsy results, are out. On Molly Tibbets body the Iowa State medical examiner confirming the, body found in a cornfield earlier this week is indeed that of Molly Tibbets the manner of death multiple sharp force injuries the report does not go into specifics and does not say when or where to bits was killed ABC's Ryan burrow reporting the man charged with first. Degree murder in. Tibbets death Christian Rivera allegedly led pa- Police to her body in a cornfield outside of her home town of Brooklyn I will she was last seen. Jogging there. In July and a former music teacher in Massachusetts is being charged with. Aggravated rape of child Stephen Jason worked, at, Julia, Bancroft school, in Auburn, where the assault, allegedly took. Place ten years ago he was granted bail today in order to stay. Away from the victim and other kids and where. A monitoring bracelet this. Case continue to September twenty fourth thanks. To the kindness of strangers around the world but primarily in. Weymouth a huge wait today's, lifted off the shoulders at the wife of a fallen police officer Weymouth Sergeant Michael Chesnut killed in the line, of duty last month..

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"earache" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"earache" Discussed on WLAC

"Ebony welcome to the show I, was calling because I was looking forward to signing some relief from my ear painting that I've been headed for almost a year and a half When. The star is starting to go but, what what caused it come out of nowhere or did you have an injury now. Ask me what I believe that start causing, I became pregnant I wanna say a year, and a half ago and like I wanna, say almost six months throughout my pregnancy I started having like who am I last year and I, saw having a hoot noises in my left ear I started to have pains as, well like and they kept telling me. When I went to the doctor is no infection we don't see any size of anything wrong but at the same, time in my pregnancy they had diagnosed me as having pro Europe but, they couldn't even tell me what was Riley, will they said it could be. Free clamps, seal but they wasn't sure because they said I didn't have any half for sure, anything and, I never showed, anything like that but, I know that, after I, had my baby went away. And then he came. Back, now. Only with the noises. But the aching and the pain in like even when I get water any any kind of thing in my ear it won't drain out by itself I went to ent. They can't tell me, keep saying everything is fine? That that is wrong but I know something is wrong and. I just you know no one knows, your, body better than you always remember that when you're talking with physicians we all. Do the best we can but at the, end of the day you when it comes, to symptoms your body better diagnostic testings great, it can show so much but when you say there's something doesn't feel right you gotta stand by, that so so it feels like it feels like it won't drain right like it. Won't drain and then it makes the. Hooton noises even have like the pain I guess it's kinda like the earache but is not you're a certain extent, I'm not explain that no it's okay I, get it only on one, side can travel from both sides they go, from side to side I noticed Some weird it's not weird at, all let me let me explain a. Couple of things to the body the, way that it functions you've got, three sides to, it you, got. The mental side in the. Chemical side in the structural side this is what, all three sides of the, health triangle a really important the mental side brain chemistry neurotransmitters subconscious mind and you got the chemical side that your body chemistry how your heart liver lungs. Kidneys how all of those kinds of systems work and then you've got the. Structure side that's the. Bones, the muscles. And the nerves and how well they functioned in the body as. Well well the reason that's important. Is because When you're dealing with anything within the ear and you've done everything you. Can whether it's antibiotics or whatever. You've ruled out the potential the bacterial infection or any type of viral. Infection fungal infection whatever then you've got to look at, the structural side because at the base of, the neck the. First bone in the neck is called the atlas or, see one there's nerves, that, come, out of there and it goes into those. Areas there's a couple of nurse actually go in and, connect with air canal and if there's something that's not right in the base of. The, neck sometimes working in that area You can go to a DO. Which is an osteopathic physician by working in that area it actually in, in moving around the instrumentation that can be used to move the area, around just a little bit They'll do some x rays and they'll check it and see exactly what's going on in that area and they. Can figure out if there's a neurological component to it and sometimes. There can be or even muscular component that could, be pulling bone out of place putting, causing, irritation to the nervous system in that area and that could be causing. What you're what you're feeling very very I've seen it a scene that several times clinically so I. Would actually, go to the oh that's an osteopathic physician and ask them to take. A look at that usually they can go in and do some x. rays and some testing figure out, what's going, on but that's that's the. Move that I, would make, and see. What kind. Of results so go see a DO that's. The county doctor you. Wanna see and. Get back to me triple..

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"earache" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"earache" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Of a oural experience but a a nasal experience well i gotta say i still like them quite a bit yeah now if i'm gonna say seventeen for regular flights probably put these at about sixteen or fifteen maybe fifteen yeah i hate to be a copycat but that was going to the fifteen yeah yeah that's really a good cereal i would definitely recommend you having this in your house oh yeah if you're frost of chocolate person you'll yeah you're gonna go wrong so really good i would say again so i really like these these the mile taco bell chess really like the cocoa chocolate frosted flakes tat of a disappointment on the chocolate frosted flakes but i like that they didn't overwhelmed yeah on wait a minute where you'd about say overwhelming with chocolate sometimes here's my can you get overwhelmed with chocolate chocolate chocolate chip ice cream sober dark john lit okay over well west of the flavor this is a complimentary vibe yeah it right name and that's i really do like it and then the fire ones i would say are just like i i wouldn't know recommend no i mean if you were starving to death in the middle of the desert he might eat a bag of those yeah but i need regret it there you go that's the way it is thank you brad good fun i don't know if you've ever done a spoons episode then you pop it in here and they're here and there you know i was was way blouse a long time ago time goes by this i guess this spoons is brought to you by exactly because you know when you think about food think about earwax you know don't don't you think differently maybe possible let me put it this way you've got kids they swim you ever had one with an earache see oh yes too much earwax unclean ears can cause swimmer's ear which is basically fungal infection in there so if you have on on the shelf at home if you have the wax rx system you could actually nip it in the bud so when those kids get input you.

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"earache" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"earache" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"That's a quote he became my hero forevermore you kid chicago should coming out of all right john heater the twenty fourth until then as always get out of my face it's june which means it's pride month i love gay stuff yeah honestly i do i always have my yeah well except for if i like right after one finishes stuff is not my favorite thing yeah for like a little bit and like i think figure skating takes over gymnastics long is like maybe twenty minutes and then he asked up comfort refractory period refractory period i learnt so many new words today dave hey hey guys welcome to homo feely a we're here with trixie mattel thank you for having me on your program how long have you been on the dating scene like when was your first relationship i love it you sedating see dating chris folks like how long have you been ambling few clubs in a mess shirt with an earache i'm cameras zero i am a browde queer person what i really love about puree coming deer wolf is that this kind of full section of shows that don't cover the same topics and are dissimilar but you might wanna listen to fed great guests rocks in gay teagan and sara evan rachel would lean away holy cow visibility alone is super important yeah being out i think particularly as a personal color i'm aware of how even more significant it is for me to be as public i am i also host put your hands together which a standup podcast coast with my wife ria butcher front of a live audience here in los angeles i forgot my name.

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"earache" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"earache" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Yeah and rebel what actually happened though is on friday i got home and cut my grass and i just i had like a solid arc on my forehead going like right up to my hair line right where my hat was so when i took my hat off you could see that like this part was still super pasty white and the rest was beat red so then at the soccer games i was like i'm just gonna let it ride let it all balance out a little bit now and and it was like a golfer a lot of like patrick reed and stewart cink and all these golfers they were hats and therefore has our pasty white yak interfaces are dark tan yeah well here's the thing would be i use if you looked at my medicine cabinet it is two levels of sunscreen you have spf one hundred for like anything from the neck down because i'm basically a ghost from that area but i like basically cooking oil butter on my face like to like an accelerate accelerate because my face actually will ten at a reasonable rate so it's like it's taboo manning oil like spf one that's there so it's spf one on one shelf with a face spf one hundred for the rest of your match up for you when you take your shirt at the beach or your your dark here and then you're ghostly down low yeah it it's not a good look it's it's it's unfortunate part of my existence one of many that that's a deal with what you know it's better than like there's nothing worse than a sunburn toothache in a sunburn her neck and neck and some of the worst like minor ish issues you have to deal with kind of nagging like an earache you know by the end of the week you're going to be peeling everywhere like your forehead is going to be like like skin from a steak.

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"earache" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"earache" Discussed on WGTK

"Hit the consumer has the power the market will respond to the consumer and so we have other proposals we have put in our white paper we we've got a white paper out there cassidy dot senate gop but we have other proposals that would address what you've discussed in which the patient receives a credit from their employer and they would actually shop for their own insurance as opposed to going through their employer they would be able to participate in the individual market but with their credit now that is something in which the patient then goes out and chooses the doctors that she wants as opposed to those when she is told she must have every gifts when the when the when the system serves the patient it lines up to serve the patient i got your white paper up i just went to it you've gotta hit the press releases part you want also to allow greater use of freestanding emergency centers ambulatory surgery centers physician owned hospitals emerge urgency rural centers this is the doc in a box concept which is long overdue right it's this long overdue in america so there's a relationship between price transparency and all this but but there's a federal law in which an emerge in which a hospital can place an urgent care center up to thirty miles away from the hospital itself and charge you as if it is the hospital as opposed to the independently owned urgent care center right next door in which the same service might be a tenth of the cost so you walk in this door and unbeknownst to you charge you like it the trauma a level one trauma center thirty miles away and you pay five hundred bucks for the visit you walk in this door and you have an earache and they give you all that car price and you get fifty dollars for the visit you don't know unless they tell you up front but we should allow the patient to know that this is the one same service a fraction of the cost go to where you get the best deal i just went that last year when i when i mailed my leg on the stage and ended up getting charged like six hundred bucks for basically an antibiotic i could i could have gone to any drug store and said i need the amoxicillin and they could have.

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"earache" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"earache" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"No i mean well here think about this way though if you were at home and you if wax rx didn't exist you wouldn't be able to hear anything so when your wife spoke all you would hear who will and then you would know what to do because what i hear now so much different than what you hear now is over that's it yeah you just have to smile and say yes dear whatever whatever you think but real quick i thought we just real quick another game of match game grill burns sunburns and ear infection grow burns sunburns okay your infection so and your your four your four are cold running water vitamin e lotion the wax rx system and a paper clip all right so dart let's start with grill burns very common over the memorial day weekend grill burns would you use to initially sued them as a matter of fact by the way disclaimer always she a doctor anything but at home would use cold water vitamin e lotion a paper clip or the saric system on a grill burn probably a paper clip i mean that's just what i'm you know what a lot of people say that but it's actually cold running water yes yes yes rick i know what about on a sunburn would you use let's say since you have three left you have vitamin e lotion you have a paper clip you have the wax rx system on a sunburn on a sunburn different than grill burn go with water i don't know no wrong you to use that answer in number one but we already know that i see there's slow i'm trying to lead you on this for sunburns it's vitamin e lotion me on and don't ever use the paper clip to like pop the blisters bad idea i'm just saying some people do that and finally that was last two hours ago for a wax for an ear infection for an earache at home you can't get to the doctor to get used the paper clip or the wax rx wax rx.

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"earache" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"earache" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Mine motion wow you you got that one right wow with that one right well this is this is the best sound effects applause we have actually applause right exactly now let's in this is one of the top maladies dr see when they over memorial day weekend you go and you have an earache no you have an earache at home you know swimmers ear may because you're swimming all weekend i hate that me too oh my gosh it is painful has in kinda hear yourself in your head coming from a tunnel inside your head nobody wants to hear themselves in their head they don't especially us right so if you have an iraq would you want the two things left at pair of scissors scissors or the wax rx systems this time i'm gonna go this time this time wax rx system or a pair of scissors for for an iraq going way out on a limb and say the wax rx wow did he mazing i learned seven out of ten people choose the scissors and sadly wrong it's it's really is wrong doing it wrong yes you really are so if you want to be prepared for memorial day weekend go to use wax rx dot com use that promo code radio for free standard shipping and have the kit when you need it you dot com thanks match you're listening to pat gray on the blaze radio network.

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"earache" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"earache" Discussed on The Short Porch

"Piggies just to the first the porch it right what's up what's happening welcome to another edition of the short porch i'm your host hubs alongside as my co host some of you home alarmingly stupid others know him as the voice of fordham and now everyone knows ms tommy smokes he's now at college graduate tom skelly say hello hello i wasn't even thinking of that angle i episode is a college grad unbelievable and you're sick as a dog i'm so sick i don't wanna pat pat myself on the back but i mean what i thought through yes miserable i am i mean i've the worst earache of all time headaches stomach ache throwing up diarrhea all right i don't wanna get too into it but the fact that i i walked her on golf course yesterday for six hours credits me mostly credited dave though obviously for winning the us open but yeah it was a i'm on hume's right now for those you don't know thomson time smokes was direct shinnecock yesterday which is in hampton south hampton right which is where they're gonna play the us open three weeks dave portnoy our boss he challenged himself to win the us open basically shooting he aimed for four under he shot about a three under i guess really shot a four on right limited mogens he would eventually okay but basically he was given the chance to shoot a four under with as many mulligans as possible the us open mob people didn't think he could do it and he proved hoppy wrong he did exactly that is incredible yeah i don't know if he mapped it out exactly and he birdied one hole the parfour that i'd never thought he'd never thought he's gonna birdie apart for which bertie that and then shot or three shot i guess it was the parfour where he hit it like two feet from the flag off of the approach it was incredible any media on the first he made the first house holy shit thing that was his first birdie but we don't talk about enough a lot of golf but that was pretty cool so tom i mean walking around a golf course or six hours playing is like enough like just not doing anything about south picking up all the ball is that what he's doing he's just periscope in the whole time right yeah virtually it was.

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"earache" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"earache" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On right how's it going going going i have an earache i know i heard that a i promise i'll i'll do the face our address the facing the next time i call in it's kind of heavy lifting gonna hit hard so i think on the floor things tonight i'll ask my two fun questions that i promise you last week i was gonna ask you one was moon question and the one with the universe question so what are these like your quizzing me yeah okay let's just kind of going to throw these questions out there okay i'll do the moon question i if you want the moon question yeah okay nineteen sixty nine there was concern follow eleven was going to land on the moon it was and i looked all over the internet and i've found different figures but i'll i'll go with the minimums the theory was if the universe is two billion years old and then collects a certain amount of dust actually the earth animal collects a certain amount of europe has no problem because it's three quarters of the surfaces water plus it has win the ball the rest around the moon however doesn't have that so the collection of dust and i already look it up the movie does have gravitational pull so it it will hold it on there one calculation said that it collects point zero four inches of dust every thousand years so if you figure it out do the math and who billion years we'll go with the minimum this should be eighty thousand inches of dust on move surprise it was only a fraction of an inch to two inches on the move now before somebody calls in and says we never went to the move you might be right i don't really care i don't think anybody else does the fact is it's less than a quarter of a million miles away we have all the technology to see exactly what's going on on the moon probably to the accuracy of the date on a dime if not we don't know anything about space so my question is if you believe in math and and it doesn't why where's the dust if if the universe is that old and the that old with the accumulation of god it should be on the moon i guess the problem with the with.

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