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"montagnier" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:48 min | 7 months ago

"montagnier" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They could be then used in other laboratory settings. So essentially was it was a brick through In the very real sense of the word, which opened up the opportunity to do all kinds of research on how cells growing divide that would previously being possible. So just to understand that this was unusual mutation. This wasn't something which normally happened then, or even since No. I think what happened was that the virus that caused the cancer had inserted itself into the Edna inside those cells. And I also start to grow more and more rapidly, They pick up more and more mystics. So in fact, because of these cells, we discovered that humans have 46 promise storms in each cell. The cross arms are the Edna, which contains all the information. Those cells. By the time they turned into a concept had around 80 promise arms so almost double the number of chromosomes that we would see the normal cell. But also some of the chromosomes had smashed into pieces. Condition we only just recently discovered called crumble traipses. Which had rearranged the genetic material in those chromosomes and scattered it around on the result of that was a serious of changes that happened, which meant that the souls would not stop dividing. They just kept on going on and were then the same. A stem cells which we now know so much about. Have that immortal capacity to repair request of soldiers Keep on going. Rebecca dot a guy named the line of cells that he created from Henrietta's cancer cells. Healer cells from the first two letters of her first and last name. H E L. A And he would later try to conceal her identity by even giving her other names, right. Yes. So he names the cells in that code, which was standard at the time. This is how they named all the satellites. Today they we anonymous eyes cells by giving them large codes and digits and things, But at the time this was how they did That. And And yet they didn't have any reason to think that these cells would go on to do much of anything. You know they had been trying to grow cells for so long. They tried from so many people. At the time is Don was sort of mentioning They did. They didn't even know much about cells. So Edna hadn't been discovered. Yet. They had no idea that you could someday look inside these cells and learn genetic information about Henrietta and her Children and So the concept of kind of protecting her identity didn't exist in that way in the same way that does now. But clearly, George Guy had an inkling of the fact that maybe it shouldn't be public who these cells came from in a journalist came along very soon after the cells were grown and Wanted to talk to her family because the stories had come out about. There are these amazing cells that came from a woman who died? There were no details about the cells other than this H E L. A name. And it was at that point They give out a fake name, said her name was Helen Lane, and it was essentially to throw journalists off the path of finding her family. And it's such a complicated moment because in some ways they were protecting the privacy of the family and of Henrietta, which is something we do today. But also I think there was a sense there could be trouble if we release her name. So we won't and so then for generations in science, the common story was that the cells had come from a white woman named Helen Lane. Occasionally, it was Helen Larson it that there are few places that site Heddy Lamar, the actress as the source of them. So there were a lot of women with abbreviations of Hee and L. A for their names who were thought to be the source of various points. Could who weren't you know her identity itself wasn't released until George Guy died. It was actually in his obituary, Henrietta's original doctor who was named Howard Jones. Rodent obituary, where he released her actual name, And then he went on some some a bit of a quest in some ways to try to correct the record. Every time he saw someone sight Helen Lane or home, Larson. He would send a letter to the editors of the scientific journal or whatever and say, Actually, it was Henry. Relax, so he and I talked to him during my Research process, and he never thought About the privacy can questions that were raised about that. Johnny. You gave us a sense of why these cells grew and divided, so ceased asleep it let's talk now about some of the ways in which they've been so useful to medical science. What is the most important ways? Do you think Well, the list is huge. I mean, First of all, my field of genetics really took off in the 19 fifties as a direct consequence of these cells because it became possible to culture Selves using the techniques developed with them. On Purim 11 workout that human cells contained 46 chromosomes on den Shortly thereafter course down syndrome was identified as being the result of an extra chromosome 21. On from their own. The whole field of clinical genetics went from there. It also was allows us to few cells together so that we could start to work out how cells worked on by some of my work in the 19 years is involved fusing mouse and human cells together in order to study the chromosomes. In the 19 nineties. We then started to see research being used to identify the key viruses. And, of course, the two major discoveries. There were the Nobel Prize being watered in 2000 and two Howards House and for discovering human papilloma virus type 18, which was actually the cause off Henrietta's cancer. And he shared that with Luc Montagnier and Francois Boss you see who discovered HIV on both of those discoveries were using heal ourselves in some of their key research. And then beyond that, the year later, Elizabeth Blackburn was colleague along the car ingredient in Jack Show, Zack got the Nobel Prize for understanding telomeres. These are the little pieces on the ends of chromosomes have stopped him unraveling rather like the plastic pieces on the end of your shoelaces. And that was the big bricks from understanding immortality, because if you grow cells from your normal skin Every time the soul divides the telomere gets a little shorter and eventually it will unravel. Whereas if you have an enzyme called Til armories, which can repair the telomere, then it will just keep on going indefinitely. And it was the research out of here ourselves that led to the discovery and we now know that stem cells which are sort of pivotal in our research, and in our bodies, normal maintenance. Have this ability to repair their telomeres. That's just a just a little snapshot of the research that the human cells have contributed to. I just before this call, I looked upon the International Institute of Health on I put in healer cells into our database. There were 154,861 publications featuring feeler cells, which just gives you a sense of how important they were in the toolbox of biology. What would you add to that list? Rebecca. It's really hard to overstate how significant herself had been to research. So the very first major advance mate using her cells was the development of the polio vaccine in 1951 when she went to the hospital. It was also one of the deadliest years of the polio epidemic. So we were very much in a moment that we're in right now. Parents were terrified Children were going to school. Everything was quarantined. We were in the midst of a pandemic that was attacking, mostly Children and people were desperate for a vaccine. And scientists needed a way to grow.

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"montagnier" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"montagnier" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Dirty laundry? I this what's going on here we have Tony Fouled. You give his history. You'll give give bio on him. He had a bad guy longtime guy big Pharma back. He's lead. No He's always been in the government. I encountered him in. Nineteen eighty-three when I first started working for frank for city who've been helping big Pharma and that was the first. Oh yeah he's he's in bed with them at any rate EC Nine hundred ninety four after you know Luc Montagnier Frank for city and others first isolated the HIV virus Of course Tony Vouch. Ian Bob Gallo took advantage of that to say. Oh no you didn't use an isolated Luc Montagnier You know we did. And we have the antibody just in we got the PAT and GIN and we're GONNA do the testing but we're holding that up for ten years we'll kill an entire continent and and half of the United States deplorable gay community. And I call it that. Because it's it's you know people are targeted. You know they said Oh you. People who are most at risk and HIV have to get the hepatitis B vaccine and it's the hepatitis. B vaccine that's Fred HIV around the world as they forced the communities a lot like in the beginning of this epidemic and continuing on. They told all the people at most risk. The old people my husband the people who are sick. Run out and get that flu shot so we can kill you with that and and drive the infection even further as what we talked about on the radio yesterday with Tim and Luke the thirty six percent increase in your opportunity to get that if you get to get corona virus if you get the flu shot and spread that and by the way it'll kill you so tony foul cheat That was the first time I got threatened Jimmy fired. It's a great story. I'll tell you later but anyway I just sent frank the article you and I just talked about so since nineteen eighty-four. Tony vouches headed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease. Robert Redfield was the crook. Md that that-that spread HIV through the military And destroyed millions of lives as they ruin their careers and and call them gay or I don't know prostitutes are IV drug users. Or whatever. So I sent it to frank this morning and said Oh. You're three old buddies and frank roe deer judy. I already saw this. What do you expect from the world's greatest hypocrite the editorial and you gotTa hear this? Earning the editorial was published on February. Twenty eight so. How can you say so? It is tricky for. He will say everything's changed in a month. Somebody should ask him. What changed this month. He needs to scare us to keep the money for Bat. Seen gummy frank in all capitals. So I WANNA ask Frank. Why did he keep it for me? but I know the answer because he can't take the rants on the beach in the morning. Not a lot.

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"montagnier" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"montagnier" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"montagnier" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's fifty degrees at two o'clock that evening, I'm Lisa Matteo. Police say the Yonkers teenager who was hit and killed by a stray bullet wasn't innocent bystander, friends and family members gathered tonight to remember eighteen year old Maryland Koto Montagnier who had dreams of one day becoming a surgeon those. Was ripped. It was around six thirty on Thursday night. When the high school junior was shot in the head near Morningside and lake avenues as she was walking with her nine year old sister who was not heard authorities say the identification people of interest in the case while three people are recovering from stab wounds following a brawl at a New York City public housing building. It happened just before five o'clock Friday afternoon at the Chelsea houses on west twenty fifth street. Police say a fight broke out in the building's lobby leading to the stabbings. No one has been charged in the case L train riders adjusting to the new schedule as a year long repair project gets underway. These women live in Williamsburg and say they'll be forced to take Uber lift more often to get into Manhattan over that's my solution. So over lift, you know, all that that's going to do maybe look into that more. It's cheaper easier to get her out superstorm, sandy left. The tunnel in need of repairs, which will be completed on nights and weekends. Meaning trains will arrive every twenty minutes. I hero firefighter and marine killed in action was remembered yesterday during his funeral service in midtown. Saint Thomas church was filled to capacity outside thousands of firefighters flooded, Fifth Avenue for blocks. They stood shoulder to shoulder gave a white glove salute. As Christopher Slepian's body was carried into the church. A husband and father worked at ladder. Twenty seven in the Bronx, fellow marine. Chris Armstrong says slut stood out as a respected leader pushed his marines. What they thought we're beyond their physical and mental limits all to make them safer. More competent and combat effective. Rain was killed by a roadside bomb Afghanistan earlier this month. I'm Scott Pringle. Wwl argues, the measles outbreak continues, especially in some Brooklyn neighborhoods and parts of Rockland county. Now health officials on Long Island say they can confirm case in Hampton bays county, executive Steve Bologne says because of this case people should get Faxon aided humanization rates in community will help protect those who cannot be vaccinated, including infants under twelve months of age these..

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"montagnier" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Possible to create targeted viruses, designed to only affect people with certain DNA sequences or specific Gino types, if we know anything about the aids epidemic, we know that it disproportionately affected gay and black populations. Yes. But that wasn't due to the properties of the virus on a scientific level. HIV is biologically capable of the FEC anyone equally. Okay. That argument falls apart under scrutiny, but we still have overpopulation bio weapons and. And the knowledge that these weapons can potentially be targeted towards specific than a graphics. What's more? We have Henry Kissinger who in addition to overseeing the overpopulation and bioweapon efforts also reviewed all covert operations by the US these included CIA operations in Zaire where aids originated, we don't know the details of these covert operations in Africa because well, they're covert. But we do know that the US military worked with one research contractor named Robert Gallo. That's the same Robert Gallo who discovered HIV in nineteen eighty three. At the end of the day. Everything we've laid out could just be coincidence. The first key bit of evidence for the conspiracy theory takes us back to American researcher, Robert Gallo and French researcher Luc Montagnier as the official story tells it to separate labs led by Gallo and Montagnier respectively simultaneously discovered aids in nineteen eighty three but Dr Horowitz argued that given what's known about gallows research. He realistically could have synthesized HIV virus years before aids. First appeared in nineteen seventy one let's take a ride through gallows resume beginning in nineteen sixty eight he worked with a company called Lytton bio networks, which in turn was linked with a military contracting firm, which was overseen by Henry Kissinger before he was famous for discovering.

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"montagnier" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Yeah. Help us out fans when when you see a type of this type of stuff, let us know that we're missing this shit. But anyways, there was a data breach and now Mueller's teams like, hey, we don't want to send anymore files to this defense team because I can't handle this shit. The defense team read Smith is saying there was no data breach on our ends. We also use a third party vendor. But they said there's no data breach on their end when they're for anyone's data breach. So yeah. But lo and behold, the FBI found an IP address in Russia found the data they redid data. Then this Twitter account posted the data. Okay. Got it. Thank you for bringing that down. Yeah. So the so basically the Russian defense lawyers surprise surprise probably shared the files that were given to them by the Miller team with the hackers sounds like over a bottle of GATT, probably because they were either gonna get poisoned to death or offered a lot of money or both. But anyways, it's not that surprising when you're investigating and prosecuting a company that's allegedly funding. The best hackers in the world. You're gonna get fucking hacked. Like, what's next? We're gonna be surprised if anelle troppo jer shows up Vada acid is just it's like you. You wouldn't you wouldn't say I want to spend some alone time with these rapists and really get to the bottom of of of why they do it guess what? And when swimming. I got I got wet. That's like that's like letting your kid go to never Neverland ranch with Michael Jackson fifteen years ago. And then being surprised when they turn out to be fucking psychopath in their lives ruined. Yeah. Yeah. But you'd probably get a car or something is there like true, very intense analogies. Okay. Hard day day. We didn't eat much. Stephanie Bagwell says yeah, the information was fed directly to them by are acting attorney general no doubt, which explains his flop sweat the other day Kerry Kerry Dahmer says Stephanie Bagwell fed to them by Mueller to maybe fabricate collusion that does not exist to to conspiracy theories that are probably both true. But both stupid. They couldn't have anything lesson in communist. And then they'll know ram saying like Wigand probably handed probably had to actually hand over the files that Mueller had to release these people. Both of those comments are really dumb and third comment is by D Alex Montagnier who said he looked like a giant sweaty testicle back back on Matthew. That is a pretty good insult. But our boy Matthew Whitaker has been called Wilson Fisk Thanos and a giant sweaty testicle this week on heart. Fact, I just have a can I pull the group? Have you guys ever seen a bead of sweat on testicle? I can't say that. I have now think so. Oh, yeah. Just thinking harder. I think. I think about it. In the steam room, my friend. That's true. When you go steaming you. Sledding steam, but it wasn't your testicles. I don't know that there's you. You're not allowed to go naked in the steam rooms anymore. Stop. Let's give Whitaker chance though. He he banned bump stocks. It's true. We did do a good thing. Tyson Foods is recalling more than thirty six thousand pounds of chicken nuggets because they may be contaminated with small pieces of rubber actual rubber. Yeah. The US agricultural apartment says they were consum- consumer complaints about extraneous material in the Tyson chicken nuggets. And when asked about the rubber and the nuggets Tyson says, yeah, that's what makes them bounce. Wasn't rubber was like tendon knows rubber like blue rubber little pieces of rubber. How do they get one knows? How the fuck does that even someone thought it would be hilarious? That's crazy. I assume look if you're concerned at your chicken might be affected guys in this is serious then good you should be. Although there have been no adverse health effects linked to the rubber chicken except for hilarity. You should be alarmed and check your fridge freezer immediately. Because this remember romaine lettuce. Just makes Tyson nuggets more like hockey pucks than they already are. Oh my God. Are they getting pulled her? They just got me on sale because they're on sale..

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"montagnier" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Well, the man charged with killing eleven people at a Pittsburgh synagogue will make his initial court appearance later today as Robert Bauer stands before a judge accused in the deadly rampage US attorney Scott Brady says a thorough. Look at the tragic incident is ongoing know that we will spare no effort or resource in ensuring that the defendant is held fully accountable. But while the wheels of Justice turn Jewish Federation of greater Pittsburgh, president Jeff Finkelstein says their focus will be on the families will be there for them and be there to help r Jewish community in the Pittsburgh region heal from this Spowers faces multiple murder and weapons counts that could bring the death penalty with a conviction some leaders in Pittsburgh's Jewish community. Meantime, say they don't want President Trump to visit the city until he denounces white nationalism. The president says he plans to travel to Pittsburgh. But has not said when meanwhile, we are learning more about the victims of the mass shooting for a lot of folks here. These are people that they knew. In. This tragedy is hitting home that much more today. Their ages ranged from fifty four to ninety seven most of them were from the Pittsburgh area. Their names are Joyce Feinberg. Richard Gottfried, rose now, injure, Jerry rabbits, Daniel Stein, Melvin wax Irving younger a husband and a wife Sylvan and Bernice Simon in two brothers and David Rosenthal mail. Bombing suspect Cesar CEO will appear in a Miami. Florida federal court today for a hearing charges filed against CEO conclude the against former presidents, a legal mailing of explosives and more than fifty six year old former male-stripper remains behind bars in Miami. That migrant caravan now about seventy two hundred strong plans to leave Oaxaca state in southern Mexico after a pause over the weekend. Homeland security secretary cures John Nielsen vows the convoy is not getting into the US, Texas. Congressman John Ratcliffe says sending the military to the border is a good idea. We'll support law enforcement, you know, this is not a deal where the troops go there. For a military confrontation, what the president's talking about is sending troops in support of our law enforcement to support our immigration law. In a second caravan is formed this one of Salvadorans trying to get into the US. Analysts say caravans are becoming the preferred method of getting through Mexico because safety in numbers can prevent the Mexican cartels from robbing raping and killing the migrants we to have early voting begins today as strong turnout is expected to continue as at the close of voting on Saturday. Just over thirty one thousand people had voted that's less than at voted in the first week of early voting two years ago, but more than twice the number of the last midterm election in two thousand fourteen the problem causing the long lines isn't as much the huge number of voters as it is the lengthy charter amendments at the end of the ballot election. Judges say voters are taking far more time in the booth to read the three confusing and poorly worded proposals. The secretary of state's office says contrary to frantic reports showing up on social media. Texas voting machines are not registering the other party when you try to vote straight ticket. A spokesman says this is only happening in counties that use a certain type of voting device, which is not used embarrass county. And is the result of voters trying to hit other boxes while the straight. Ticket selection is still being recorded. He says only twenty confirmed cases of this have been reported statewide or going to the hospital on Halloween can be really scary. Whether they're a little trick or treat or a big, pumpkin. Carver actor Anthony Montagnier plans to be busy on Halloween. These arrests enhance specialist TSA. Oh, gee, orthopedics in San Antonio. He says many of them come in due to pumpkin carving, mostly lacerations to the hand dominant. And that gets lacerated and the trick or treating injuries come mainly from falls kids have masks blocking much of their vision or long costumes. They can trip on or their trick or treating in unfamiliar neighborhoods. Carry Laki, News Radio twelve hundred W A I Thirty-three-year-old woman is hospitalized with. Multiple injuries after she tried to run across Jackson Keller road just outside. Luke, fourteen overnight away from a light and a Mark crosswalk. The twenty three year old woman who ran over her won't face charges as frequently the case police say there was a marked crosswalk where the woman could have crossed safely less than one hundred yards away. All the Boston Red Sox last night capita fairytale season by winning the World Series four games to one over the LA. Dodgers comes to..

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"montagnier" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Really breaks my heart. Tony Montagnier. No says the two people killed yesterday were fellow competitors and friends. He says, when the shots started, he thought someone was setting off fireworks or firecrackers. Then he was hit. One of the gamers who died was a former Calabasas high school football player name Elijah, Clayton, the attacker who also killed himself was a gamer who lost an early round of the tournament. A tennis player from Romania has has become the first number one seated woman to lose in the first round of the US open in the professional era. Simona Hala was defeated by a player from Estonia ranked forty. Fourth holiday won the French Open in June. Her first grand slam title. This is the second year in a row. She lost in the first round of the US open. A survey in Orange County has ranked homelessness as the biggest concern supervisor. Lisa Bartlett says that's a big change from the last survey three years ago, this survey is is very telling and it really mirrors what's happening not just in Orange County. In the. State of California the county cleared a couple of encampments. With more than a thousand people in the last year it's still trying. To come up with more shelter space for the homeless the survey also found, illegal immigration moved up on the list of concerns the bubbly is set for a bountiful bounceback Wine growers and champagne Francis say they expect this. Year's harvest to, be the best in a decade rainy winter and summer heatwave apparently. Created this year's bumper crop growers say harvesting the grapes usually happens in September and, thirty years ago it. Wasn't unheard of, to do it in October but they say climate. Change is ripening grapes earlier in their having to start now in August this year's crop will. Hit the market as champagne in three years and remember if it comes. From somewhere other than that hilly region in eastern France it's not called. Champagne it's sparkling wine Michael krozier KFI news Closer prize winning playwright and. Screenwriter Neil Simon has died Simon was best known for. The couple which was made into a movie a, TV show the play came out in nineteen sixty five and one Simon his. First of four, Tony awards he also wrote hits like barefoot in the park the. Goodbye girl and lost in Yonkers he was nominated for four Oscars Simon died a, New York yesterday from. Complications of pneumonia, he was, ninety one.

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"montagnier" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Thousand fifty times forty first all time you could make a good case for him and back april first willie montagnier as manny castio rich amaral daniel murphy don't don't try to pretend like you don't know how to pronounce rich amaral name come on my baseball birthday sucks is the point no pro football hall of famers for me either josh but sean taylor rest in peace and brian dowling better known as the yell quarterback who became be indunas berry and a couple of nineteen eighties kickers who lasted only a little longer than i did hockey couple of hall guys scott stevens someone named ken reardon who played seven seasons from nineteen forty to fifty patrick is nodding basketball though basketball is definitely my best birthday sport my starting five is mark jackson at the point norm van leer really good shooter for the bowls in the seventies at the two eight on thomas is my power forward and he is my social conscience on my team and i am stacked at center so i'm starting kevin duckworth and brook lopez sorry robin your younger brother is a better player then i've also got from bench i got a guy who was on the sheboygan team nba do you have a small forward no i'm starting to centers great i'm starting to centers no perfect i got bigs i'm going big perfect my frontline is big do it okay for my bench i've got a guy who was on the sheboygan team the name of which was the same as washington's football team so i'm not gonna say it in nineteen forty nine nine hundred fifty gene williams who played eight minutes of one game for the kentucky colonels of the aba in one thousand nine hundred seventy registered zeros across the the box score.

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"montagnier" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"No i mean that's true i mean i don't think people know that they're supposed to use certain lanes yeah so i mean i will admit that i want people pulling over one way or the other to get out of the way to four three thirty three thirty three larry you're next hello larry yes sir i'm one that drives the interstates in ram towns for the last twenty years and i wish they had cameras on every overpass red light cameras i see people i just had somebody here on montagne montagnier go by me probably twenty miles over the speed limit i'm like you i do between two three four maybe five miles over but he's people you know just right behind you you know going through fast when you need to move over you know for traffic here comes somebody that's speeding so i mean it's ridiculous you know here are you are you seeing more enforcement i actually i'm here and there i i i can't say you know but you know i'm on the streets every day and i probably saw one yesterday and and like that one guy said there's ones that are all black and i don't know who they are but i've seen those you know more on the highways on interstate or whether they're going somewhere with their lights on or are they got somebody pulled over by the time i'm for i said i wish they had cameras on every overpass you know these guys every day i got you i don't want that but i do want police to be able to do their job and to pull over people who are aggressively driving to four.

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"montagnier" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The corner renaissance cultured take i 25 the montgomerie montagnier exit had a little west and then turn on culture come down to the bottom of the hill and here we are uh at dream style remodeling and we're talking about race and race relations in our country and also this is now made its way into the illegal immigration issue maybe not made its way manage grandmet been that way for a while uh but the accusation of racism has come up uh in this debate are we shutting off people coming from other countries simply because racism at first i asked the question is it lawlessness is it just because we have a country and we have a border and we want to make people obey the laws of the land yes you could come into this country i here's where i stand on this folks you want a love america you wanna come to america we have a process that allows you to do that and allows you to be part of the greatest country the world has ever known but if you want to break a law to get here and then ask for special accommodations once sure here and demand that we do things for you when you have not obeyed a law in the first place that's not racist that's just asking you to play the game the way the game is supposed to be played what oakland mayor lippi shaft in the middle of this conversation talking about racism and how because the united states will not let people in the discovery or wants to make sure that people do things the right way it's now got racist policies he or she is the mayor of oakland how dare you distort the reality about declining violent crime in a diverse sanctuary city like oakland california to advance your racist agenda versus she calls it a racist agenda since how dare you to jeff sessions who said to her how dare you get in the way up local law enforcement or or federal law enforcement doing its job that was the common from jeff sessions and she came back after jeff sessions said how dare you with her own how dare you she's not done she's got other things that she's angry about which he continues to use the.

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"montagnier" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"You may be right about that too is is it's a very confused is just bizarre the whole thing is crazy are other countries other than australia in the us or other country savvy no issues with vaccines it they are you know france and italy are doing some things but you know eight you know it's amazing in france we have a doctor luc montagnier who won the nobel prize for the discovery of the hiv virus um coming out against mandatory vaccines and you know here he is you know the guy who is responsible for curbing one of the worst epidemics in human history and you are they paint him as an anti science guy and and what he says is kind of along the lines of what i'm saying and and i really am so thankful for the work i did with doctor judy mike if it's in the book plague because if she explains to me she's a cancer researcher she says you know immunotherapy to go after cancers is a really promising area of research but what we're doing with vaccines he's uncontrolled immunotherapy we are just giving all these dang shots and not monitor cream what the heck is going on in the bodies of these kids what about talks are up on their patients saying you don't we gave you a vaccination the last week how you doing no they don't in and you know it's really scary because what's happening is the way the system is set up it is making criminals out of all of these doctors who wanted to do the right thing i mean somebody recently kinda ran the numbers and they said you know considering the number of patients that a typical pediatrician house and and the number rates of autism in the country each pediatrician pediatrician is causing at least forty cases of autism now that should be horrifying to peace shas almost like a little epidemic.

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"montagnier" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Well you may be right about that too young his is it's a very confused news just bizarre the whole thing is crazy are other countries other than australia in the us or other country savvy now issues with vaccines if they are you know france and italy are are doing some things boat you know i you know it's amazing in france we have a doctor luc montagnier who won the nobel prize for the discovery of the hiv virus um coming out against mandatory vaccines and you know here he is you know the guy who is responsible for curbing one of the worst epidemics in human history and you are they paint him as an anti science guy and and what he says is kind of along the lines of what i'm shannon and i i really am so thankful for the work i did with doctor judy mike if it's in the book plague because a she explains to me she's a cancer researcher she says you know immunotherapy to go after cancers is a really promising area of research but what we're doing with vaccines he's uncontrolled immunotherapy we are just giving all these dang shots and not monitoring what that is going on in the bodies of these kids what about talks are following up on their patients you don't we gave you a vaccination the last week how you doing net no they don't in and you know it's really scary because what's happening is the way the system is set up it is making criminals out of all of these doctors wanted to do the right thing i mean somebody recently kind of ran the numbers and they said you know considering the number of patients that a typical pediatrician house and and the number rates of autism in the country each pediatrician pediatrician is causing at least forty cases of autism now that should be horrified at peace shas almost like a little epidemic.

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"montagnier" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Kabc president's day but first some local news at the bottom of the hour live and local k abc news is live and local at three thirty am jeff whittle and student anger over last week's high school massacre in park land florida was on display at the white house this president's day they were called together effectively by social media a few dozen area high school students and some adults in front of the white house most of their signs were handmade in silently seventeen of them stretched out on the pavement eight lyon as they described it representing each victim in last wednesday's florida massacre they were on the ground eyes closed for three minutes for the length of time it took for seventeen florida high schoolers and staffers to be killed president trump set to host high school students wednesday in what's being described as listening session was still at his florida resort at the time bob costantini washington to lapd officers were injured in a two vehicle collision in chatsworth right around noon today it happened near devonshire street and burial avenue and a suspected drunk driver was also taken into custody at the scene now the condition of the officers and suspected dui motorists have not been released and a bistro ship has been arrested for allegedly spiking a woman's glass of wine at bistro st germain and seal beach last week than raping her at an apartment in the same city darrell montagnier of seal beach was a chef at that bistro was taken into custody yesterday police say the victim does not remember how she got into that apartment but detectives.

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"montagnier" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"At any cost all right yeah the does not want her next governor uh absolutely decimate state yeah bits it's going to be bad a specially i mean you look at the whole state with st pierce leaving his seat if the republicans fumble that likely did a a few years ago with with heather wilson seat men in all of our national representatives are democrat then we have a democrat uh as governor as well mrs as could be tough tax here yeah thanks for your call go ahead yeah that sets up that will be keeping a keen eye on of course here in 2018 till what's on your political wish list could it be i i vote for the wall to me that's might number one thing and um maybe some changes an immigration that we've been promised hopefully we can get those things done in 2018 to the look on your political wish list for 2018 jimmy kirk hang on a lie we'll get to your calls next also while the today show has hired matt lowers replace but i'll tell you about her in a minute this blizzard exempt traffic update with babajee how we got a couple of spots to look out for uh looks like with an accident this is it second in montagnier no um and i'm looking at the map and it looks like you've got a huge backup going north on on second west on montagna street i just got a call that says that they're seeing some slow downs southbound as well as eastbound delays either way that intersection of second amman taniu that's a tough place to be right now we also have a stalled vehicle moreton wyoming it's in the left turn lane going to men all heading west so expect some big delays there and you still have some accident cleanup northbound louisiana as you approach warm is this just in we have a new accident northbound i 25 just before you get to dr martin luther king junior avenue i don't have any specifics but i'm already seeing backup as early as gibson so expect some big delays coming in on northbound i 25 if you see an accident call the traffic tracker hotline.

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"montagnier" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Folk instrument from norway and this piece called who drew a slot is inspired by the whole dry which is a figure out of norwegian mythology or or legend folk legend but this is not a folk piece it's an original work featuring steve tibbets using his electric guitar to create the sonic atmosphere in which the hard anger fedell can can play before that we heard some music from stefan meek yes the german multi instrumentalist his album called in land sea features lots and lots of nickel harper's that's a fedell from sweden and it too has a set of strings that you normally don't play but meek us doesn't like to play instruments the way they're supposed to be played in so at the beginning of that piece called dancing clouds you heard him actually strumming the the sympathetic strings of his nickel heart by and he also use the instrument somewhat per customer play during the course of that peace as well so dancing clouds from stefan make us and then this could result from steve tibbets and canoe tomor both new works featuring these old scandinavian federal's i for the moment let's concentrate on the nickel hearth at the swedish instrument brazelle to sanderson is this the woman that we heard at the beginning of the show playing that traditional folk tune on the nickel harp i and i mentioned at the time that she's quite capable of doing that untraditional things with the instrument this piece is called car narra the biggest horse and it comes from her record called radial which is a kind of radical reworking of the nickel harfa and features of the moroccan musician cmo lug now we she has appeared on his records he now appear on this one of hers and will hear this piece called car narra the biggest horse will follow that with an italian musician playing the nickel harfa his name is marco ambra seaney and he has collaborative record out with the french accordion player sean louis montagnier are collaborative record is called invente and his mostly very inventive arrangements of baroque music that will hear an original piece called hostage outta number one so both of these pieces take what has been described as the national instrument of sweden and put it in very different contexts first here's this anglo moroccan collaboration from griselda sanderson bowles mm.

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"montagnier" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"montagnier" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Be and what the nature of it will be that's a critical issue because our business depends on diversity i'll just gender genderdiverse team which is highly topical at the moment obviously but that all forms of state and that that has to be an issue that is of significance i think met net actually ironically you as we same before we came on the air neil probably from banking point of view is going to benefit the most out with other breakfasts i'm not sure it's going to be frankfurt or paris madrid or even bumbling uh things can be more that the functions will come back to kneel in our case in this case meter industry i think it'll probably the more balanced so the story that you you are referring to probably is accurate in the sense that just like us that be placing more emphasis on those continental european lock and even above and beyond where so located their headquarters what are disruption of trade of goods and services if there is a hard brexit whatever that means that wants disrupt the lives of your clients that just wpp but also your clients yes at one level it just increases levels on seventy i mean i've i've always said i'd like us approach soft breaks brexit quickly and it looks like well it's losses how does it was going to be but it'll be soft soft may be but longerterm which raises levels of uncertainty to two levels the in a use you've seen while the bank of england said you see more montagnier said there is no doubt that investment has been affected at the very least i mean brexit from an investment board view is at best neutral and at worst negative by postponing decision they wanted us we're tend to think about like plants built out of this so also us what are the most important investments a company could make is and it's br grand in its advertising in his brandings are you sing companies hold off because of uncertainty in investing in their brand in their marketing campaign i i think there is this strange disconnect between what we see a guy on his thought markets and what we see going on in markets in which we deliver and his best summarized by can look at the s p five hundred where is the top line growth coming from it's coming from tech.

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