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In this episode, Molly and Jo discuss the CSB's final investigation report on the 2021 fatal acid release at LyondellBasell La Port Complex in La Porte, Texas. On July 27, 2021, contractors inadvertently removed pressure retaining components of a valve, releasing 164,000 pounds of acetic acid mixture, which fatally injured two contract workers. Today, Molly and Jo provide some background information on LyondellBasell and the substances involved in the release, talk about what exactly happened at the time of the incident, and discuss what a valve actuator is and why contractors were trying to remove one that day. Then they discuss other incidents that the CSB identified where similar mistakes were made with plug valves and removal of pressure retaining components, touch on the contributing factors, and talk about what other companies can learn from this incident. Finally, they cover the CSB's recommendations, which include those addressed to LyondellBasell, the contract company, and to various RAGAGEP entities. Find the CSB's final report for the incident we discussed today here.Find the CSB's final report and video about the ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Refinery Chemical Release and Fire here. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/amplifyyourprocesssafety/message
Eliza G Fitness- Hotter Than Health
On this episode we discuss the top 5 supplements to take for longevity and decreased inflammation, where to start building a strength eating diet, macros and what stress is actually doing to our gut! Enter the Giveaway
Understanding the differences and similarities between ACID and BASE databases is important in architecting software solutions from small personal blogs to large enterprise level platforms. Read more › The post ACID vs BASE Databases appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
Are you in the dark about when you need to use pectin in a recipe? On this week's episode of the Perfectly Preserved Podcast, we discuss how to know if you need to use pectin in your home canning recipe.We cover what pectin is, the relation between pectin and acid, and fruits with high pectin levels. You'll also learn which foods are low in pectin, natural ways to add pectin to a recipe, and how a fruit's pectin levels change as it ripens. Anna and Jenny share their experience testing different fruit combinations and how they affect the thickness of jams, jellies, and applesauce. Pectin is key to setting your homemade canned goods. This episode will guide you to understanding natural pectin and when to use commercial pectin!Listen to our episodes on The Role of Acid and The Power of Pectin.Thanks for listening! Find the links and resources mentioned in today's episode in the show notes below. Send your food preservation questions to email@example.comJoin Anna and Jenny on Instagram to connect and learn more.SHOW NOTES:See more from Anna on this episode here https://smarthomecanning.com/blogs/news/perfectly-preserved-podcast-ep-42-how-to-know-if-you-need-pectinSee more from Jenny on this episode herehttps://thedomesticwildflower.com/perfectly-preserved-podcast-episode-42-how-to-know-if-you-need-to-use-pectin/
Matt and Morgan learn that Harriet Beecher Stowe was white, dive into another therapy session, learn about global religions, and decide which Spiderman had the hottest Mary Jane.
What are some of the perceived differences between Acid and Shrooms? Let's talk about it.
Acid reflux, like all things, has an underlying root cause… Many people, however, have been told that the only remedy is to use an acid blocker, but unfortunately, this is just a band-aid approach applied by a sick-care medical system… Acid is very important to our overall digestion as it helps to break down food and kill bacteria, parasites, and other things we don't want to enter our body… Without it, it's like giving all sorts of “gut bugs” an open door to your digestive tract… Additionally, if we are low on stomach acid our bodies are not able to properly process and extract nutrients that we need to function properly. So on today's #CabralConcept 2678, I want to go over the top nutrient deficiencies you might have if you are on an acid-based blocker - Enjoy the show and let me know what you thought! - - - For Everything Mentioned In Today's Show: StephenCabral.com/2678 - - - Get a FREE Copy of Dr. Cabral's Book: The Rain Barrel Effect - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - Get Your Question Answered On An Upcoming HouseCall: StephenCabral.com/askcabral - - - Would You Take 30 Seconds To Rate & Review The Cabral Concept? The best way to help me spread our mission of true natural health is to pass on the good word, and I read and appreciate every review!
The prodigal son has returned from Jolly Old England. Joe, Matt, and Bobby are back at it again. They talk about Winston Churchill, Memorial Day, and driving on the wrong side of the road. Bobby ate beans on toast, Matt did shrooms for the first time, and Joe has peaked. Shrooms vs. Acid, Anthony Cumia vs. Bill Burr, Pounds vs. Dollars, this episode has it all!Support us on Patreon for bonus content:https://www.patreon.com/JustSomeLockerRoomTalk?fan_landing=trueTwitter:@L0ckerRoomTa1kInstagram:@justsomelockerroomtalkSpotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/38on5DGj89NZiyhinsPdrK?si=Xze0Edt5S_SrBYsR9BKUwA&nd=1iTunes:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/locker-room-talk/id1611681173Joe GormanTwitter and Instagram: @JoeWGormanMatt MaranTwitter and Instagram: @REALMattMaranBobby SheehanTwitter and Instagram: @BobbySheehanLOL
Hour 4 of A&G includes the troubled Baltimore public school system, the latest Presidential candidates who are either confirmed in or out. Plus, a dude loses weight on a diet of Micky D's and Ai job loss. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to episode 1413, in which host Victoria Cece interviews Jemma Styer this week on The Next Generation. The Next Generation where Victoria Cece interviews young Italian wine people shaking up the wine scene. More about today's guest: Jemma Styer is a wine professional from Johannesburg, South Africa. She holds her WSET 3 Level certification and is co-owner of Acid food and wine bar. She is passionate about creating a platform for young talent, empowering women in business & the arts, connecting various people and organizations through the industry, creating opportunities for new jobs, and working with the surrounding community to improve work & living conditions. To learn more visit: Website: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jemma-styer-974525bb/ Facebook: Instagram: @jemma.styer More about the host: Victoria Cece is a food and beverage storyteller whose curiosity is somewhere deep in a bowl of pasta or a bottle of wine. A fool for history, you can find her reading up about ancient grape varietals or wandering around a little Italian town eating everything in sight, under her alias Slutti Spaghetti. To learn more visit: Instagram: @sluttispaghetti Twitter: @sluttispaghetti LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/victoria-cece/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!
Radio Créme - DJ mixes by Ladycréme
tom – watch me (acid dub), jesusdapnk – shake, stomp, move, rave, non grata & chris child – petrunko (wemart remix), guau – beauty in life, keith mackenzie – mood 99, dub elements – groovin' (extended mix), ian asher ft. ruthanne – feel the same (riva starr extended remix), krystal klear – tokyo flower (extended mix), benjamin groove – i just can't stop, watermat – targa (extended mix), audiojack – rise up, jaymie silk – work your body, dngrsly – sinner, acedias – turn around, sellrude – skills, bowser & fm-3 – feelings, overpeak – dreamer, shift+x – time out, corbi, anna wall, & tekno 2 – xtc, rsrrct – defy gravity, michael wells a.k.a. g.t.o. – rollin, uncertain – blame, elisa bee – yes yes, coyu – festa demais, air jackson – let's go ( t e s t p r e s s remix) ladycreme.com IG: @ladycremedj Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/ladycreme
Eliza G Fitness- Hotter Than Health
Dr. Gioffre is a highly sought-after gut health and inflammation specialist with over two decades of experience in the field. Having overcome a life-long sugar addiction, in addition to his own gut and mold toxicity issues, he knows firsthand what it takes to overcome adversity and challenges in the pursuit of superior health. In addition to running the successful Alkamind brand, he is the founder of Kick Acid Enterprises, a virtual nutritional testing and coaching platform focusing on getting to the root cause of inflammation restoring, balancing and strengthening the microbiome, what he calls GutFitness. He is also a board-certified chiropractor, Reiki Master, certified raw food chef, and author of the best-selling books Get Off Your Acid, and newly released Get Off Your Sugar: Burn the Fat, Crush Your Cravings, and Go From Stress Eating to Strength Eating. Dr. Gioffre has appeared multiple times on ‘Live with Kelly and Ryan', and other media outlets, including Good Morning America, Access Hollywood, The Doctors, Extra, E News, People Magazine, Vogue, Daily Mail, Page Six, etc, to discuss his Acid-Kicking approach to health and fitness. He is a passionate motivational speaker and has been featured in many health documentaries and summits, and currently sits on Fran Drescher's Cancer Schmancer Medical, Health, and Wellness Advisory Board. Book a 1 on 1 Nutrition Consultation with Me Organifi - 20% off Try the Peak Performance! Hotter Than Health Farmers Market Bag!
We're back in action this week and are talking ACID from Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat by Samin Nosrat. We break down acid and the role it plays in our cooking. (If you haven't already, make sure to check out our previous episodes on Salt and Fat!)We begin with highlights! Frankie shares how his Memorial Day BBQ played out, a special feature of the Fireboard thermometer, and a chile ancho liquor! Jay tells us about his pork shoulder tacos and trying out Ed Mitchell's True Made Food Sauces! (Check out our episode Ed Mitchell's Barbeque!) BBQ question of the day is, “Where do you take the temp of a brisket, the flat or the point?” What say you? Let us know in the comments below! This week's Grill Coach Recommendation at TheGrillCoach.com!After the break we dive into Acid. What is Acid and why is it important? What are different sources of acid? How do you use acid? We break these questions down and much more! Tune into the episode below! Have a grill coach question you would like us to answer on the show? Let us know! Email us at Support@TheGrillCoach.com or drop a question in the comments below! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Youtube @TheGrillCoach. And of course, don't forget to share to support the show!Support the show
Carrie Fisher once dropped acid in the desert with Paul Simon. She did ayahuasca in the Amazon jungle, where she was attacked by a giant snake that may or may not have been real. She did so much cocaine that legendary partyman John Belushi told her to ease up. Her mood swings were such a dramatic part of her personality that she gave them their own names. And her personality was so galvanizing that it became an avatar for real-life resistance fighters. To see the complete list of contributors, visit disgracelandpod.com/badlands. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adam is back to smart up the place. Buy his book. http://patreon.com/agabpod Pre-order Anti-Oculus from Repeater Books: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/734147/anti-oculus-by-acid-horizon/
Dj Mixes - Deep House, Tech House,Tribal, Techno, Progressive, Trance, Psytrance & Breaks
Jess Van Ness Live from the LA desert at Lotus Moon with Social Desert 01.17.2023. This PEAK TIME set is full of energy from start to close with techno, acid, and elements of psy. @Carl-Cox let's goOooOo! Set List: If You Like to Move part.2 - Gianni B, DENNI DEMALDE' If You Like to Move part.1 - Gianni B, DENNI DEMALDE' Acid Storm - Robert Babicz Halftune - David Moleon Here Comes The Storm (Kobosil 44 Terror Mix) - The Horrorist, Radical G Preacher - Jay Lumen Albita - David Moleon Cogemela - David Moleon Induction (Temudo Remix) - Axones Hy Dave - The Cracy Lions Cult Navras (Reaky Reakson Remix)- Juno Reactor
The National Plasterers Council presents “Smooth Finish”
Smooth Finish and Company discuss the use of Cyanuric Acid in the swimming pool industry. Also known as CYA, and yes “Cover your Ass” is somewhat relatable to this conversation. Although a useful/necessary tool in the treatment of water there are some side affects and adjustments to be considered with it's use and how in particular it can create issues for Cementous Pool Plaster finishes.
The Podcast of the Lotus Eaters
PREVIEW: Why Liberalism is a Universal Acid by lotuseaters.com
Dr. Bergâ€™s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast
CHECK OUT THEIR WEBSITE: https://arlingtonfootandankle.com/ Enjoy this fascinating interview with Dr. Ben Pearl on natural therapies for gout! Take the Dr. Berg 30-Day Fasting Challenge: https://bit.ly/drberg30daychallenge Dr. Berg's Keto and IF Lab: https://www.facebook.com/groups/drbergslab/ ADD YOUR SUCCESS STORY HERE: https://bit.ly/3zZgZKm Find Your Body Type: https://www.drberg.com/body-type-quiz Talk to a Product Advisor to find the best product for you! Call 1-540-299-1557 with your questions about Dr. Berg's products. Product Advisors are available Monday through Friday 8 am - 6 pm and Saturday 9 am - 5 pm EST. At this time, we no longer offer Keto Consulting and our Product Advisors will only be advising on which product is best for you and advise on how to take them. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 51 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional & natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government & the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning. Dr. Berg's Website: http://bit.ly/37AV0fk Dr. Berg's Recipe Ideas: http://bit.ly/37FF6QR Dr. Berg's Reviews: http://bit.ly/3hkIvbb Dr. Berg's Shop: http://bit.ly/3mJcLxg Dr. Berg's Bio: http://bit.ly/3as2cfE Dr. Berg's Health Coach Training: http://bit.ly/3as2p2q Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drericberg Messenger: https://www.messenger.com/t/drericberg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drericberg/ YouTube: http://bit.ly/37DXt8C
Hello and welcome to The DJ B-12 Deep Acid House Experience episode number 45. We hope you are all doing well. Sorry for the gap in shows. The good news is we are back with a brand new 2.5 hour, 75 track studio mix for May of 2023. This mix is jam packed with something for everyone with all of the best house, deep house, techno, hardcore breakbeat, Breaks, oldskool, pianos, house, trance, progressive house, acid, moody and emotional breakdowns, ecstatic rave vocals and much more. The show is 154 minutes and 15 seconds. You can download all shows at full 320 quality from Soundcloud. We hope you enjoy this show! Artists and Labels included on this episode:Sasha, Knives Out, Last Night On Earth, Because of Art, Antony Szmierek, Stress Records, Robbie Doherty, Shall Not Fade, Benjamin Fröhlich, Cooper Saver, Pleasure Principle, Arqade, Capital Heaven, Vitess, Be Told Lies, My Friend, Anjunadeep, Solitaire Gee, Rhythm Invention, Warp Records, Rone, InFiné, Fabrication, Jamie Stevens, Anthony Pappa, Recovery Collective, Selador, Insider, R&S Records, DJ Tools, Loz J Yate, Cleveland City, Body Corp, Hardline Sounds, Dusky, Maruwa, Robert Babicz, Kelch, Holo, Shall Not Fade, Marix Green, Bumpin Underground Records, Harry Romero, Knee Deep In Sound, Groovy D, Hoten, Dosem, High Tide Recordings, Sound Quelle, 88Birds, Boxer, Colorize (Enhanced), Prophet, Acid, Bach Music, Gareth Cole, Ohral, Lauer, Johannes Albert, Frank Music, Beckeringh, Hathōr, Genix, Anjunabeats, lau.ra, Stu Air, House Me Up Records, Jay Kay, Mark Jackson, Re:vibe Music, Booka Shade, Satin Jackets, Blaufield Music, Jansons, Future Disco Dance Club, OFFAIAH, Defected, Ben Dickeson, Mathman, Hardcore Energy, Ben Rau, Knee Deep In Sound, Sasha, Locked Groove, Avision, Factory 93 Records, Andrew Bayer, Ritchie Haydn, Mind of Us, Pad One, Superordinate Music, Nolan, Markus Saarlander, Framewerk, Vitess, Houseum Records, Depeche Mode, Chris Liebing, Luke Slater, Columbia (Sony), Nikita Marasey, Whore House, Shadow Child, Time Is Now Records, Crimsen, Gruuv, HOT DLVRY, Lisztomania Records, Catz 'n Dogz, Pets Recordings, Soulfinder, JourneyDeep Records, Lamorn, mau5trap, Boxer, UV, Farayen, Underground Hype, Framewerk Rewerks, Andy Bach, MaryDee, Loyal House Records, Namito, Sound of Berlin, Steve Bug, Ali Love, Poker Flat Recordings, Matty Wright, Lowco, 83, Prozak, Icarus, FFRR, Justin Jay, Denham Audio, Lauer, Freude Am Tanzen Recordings, Muzvio, Perry Farrell, Satellite Party, Heaven After Dark, Audioglider, ASTIR Recordings, Ben Archbol, Sous Music, Fat Feathers, and HYPEBEAST Industries.Tracklist01. Sasha, Knives Out - Hoodie Alan [Last Night On Earth]02. Because of Art - Circle of Light (feat. Antony Szmierek) [Stress Records]03. Robbie Doherty - Dream Of Me (Extended Mix) [Shall Not Fade]04. Benjamin Fröhlich & Cooper Saver - The Infinte Dub [Pleasure Principle]05. Arqade - Copper Canary [Capital Heaven]06. Vitess - Tropico (Original Mix) [Be Told Lies]07. My Friend - Came Here For Love (Extended Mix) [Anjunadeep]08. Solitaire Gee - Slumberland (Rhythm Invention Mix) [Warp Records]09. Rone - Flesh (Sasha Remix) [InFiné]10. Fabrication - Hot Foot (Jamie Stevens & Anthony Pappa Remix) [Recovery Collective]11. Jamie Stevens & Anthony Pappa - Where We've Gone [Selador]12. Insider - Something Flash [R&S Records]13. DJ Tools - Ohh Yeh (Loz J Yate Remix) [Cleveland City]14. Body Corp - Alone [Hardline Sounds]15. Dusky - Stick By This (Maruwa Remix) [Anjunadeep]17. Robert Babicz - Future Disco [Kelch]18. Holo - Shosa [Shall Not Fade]19. Marix Green - Give Me [Bumpin Underground Records]20. Harry Romero - Roll Play [Knee Deep In Sound]21. Groovy D - AfterworldGroove [Shall Not Fade]22. Hoten - Back to Life (Dosem Remix) [High Tide Recordings]23. Sound Quelle & 88Birds - Wonderland (Boxer Extended Remix) [Colorize (Enhanced)]24. Prophet - Prosperity (Acid Mix) [Bach Music]25. Gareth Cole - Realisation [Ohral]26. Lauer, Johannes Albert - Four 44 [Frank Music]27. Beckeringh - Waves (Extended Mix) [Hathōr]28. Genix & Dosem - Day City (Extended Mix) [Anjunabeats]29. Genix & Dosem - Night City (Extended Mix) [Anjunabeats]30. Sasha, lau.ra - Burnt Letters (Instrumental) [Last Night On Earth]31. Stu Air - Take It Underground (Extended Mix) [House Me Up Records]32. Jay Kay & Mark Jackson - Within Us (Original Mix) [Re:vibe Music]33. Booka Shade, Satin Jackets - Fusion Royale [Blaufield Music]34. Jansons - Feed The Night [Future Disco Dance Club]35. OFFAIAH - Private Show (Extended Mix) [Defected]36. Ben Dickeson - Legion [Capital Heaven]37. Mathman - All Night [Hardcore Energy]38. Ben Rau - The Healing [Knee Deep In Sound]39. Sasha & Locked Groove - Exploding Suns [Last Night On Earth]40. Avision - The Void [Factory 93 Records]41. Andrew Bayer & Genix - The Test (Extended Mix) [Anjunabeats]42. Ritchie Haydn - The One (Mind of Us Remix) [Capital Heaven]43. Pad One - Rebirth [Superordinate Music]44. Nolan & Markus Saarlander - Flames (Framewerk Remix) [Capital Heaven]45. Vitess - Forza [Houseum Records]46. Depeche Mode - Ghosts Again (Chris Liebing vs Luke Slater Remix) [Columbia (Sony)]47. Vitess - Fantasia [Shall Not Fade]48. Nikita Marasey - Rise To Night [Whore House]49. Shadow Child - In Your Arms [Time Is Now Records]50. Crimsen - Dancefloor Memories (Because Of Art Remix) [Gruuv]51. HOT DLVRY - Talk To Me [Lisztomania Records]52. Catz 'n Dogz - Rave History (Maruwa Remix) [Pets Recordings]53. Soulfinder - Frankie (Anthony Pappa & Jamie Stevens Remix) [JourneyDeep Records]54. Robbie Doherty - Two Twenty [Shall Not Fade]55. Lamorn - I Love This [mau5trap]56. Boxer - First Flight (XTC) (Extended Mix) [UV]57. Farayen - Here We Go [Underground Hype]58. Framewerk - Seven Days and One Week [Framewerk Rewerks]59. Andy Bach - Need to Know feat. MaryDee [Loyal House Records]60. Genix - Accelerator (Extended Mix) [Anjunabeats]61. Namito - Café Del Mar [Sound of Berlin ]62. Steve Bug - The Haze feat. Ali Love [Poker Flat Recordings]63. Matty Wright - Deeper Ground [Capital Heaven]64. Lowco - Sources 65. Prozak - Next To You [Shall Not Fade]66. Icarus - Between Us [FFRR]67. Justin Jay & Denham Audio - Swarm [Shall Not Fade]68. Lauer - Janitors [Freude Am Tanzen Recordings]69. Muzvio - Mushroom (4X4 Mix) [Capital Heaven]70. Perry Farrell & Satellite Party - Milky Ave (Sasha Dub) [Heaven After Dark]71. Audioglider - Whistleblowers Lament (Framewerk's Space Odyssey Mix) [ASTIR Recordings]72. Ben Archbold - DBD [Capital Heaven]73. Jamie Stevens & Anthony Pappa - Like A Satellite [Selador]74. Because of Art - So Real [Sous Music]75. Fat Feathers - Nothing in Between (Robert Babicz Instrumental) [HYPEBEAST Industries]
Ep. 178: Cannes #6 with Jordan Cronk on Kaurismaki's Fallen Leaves, Inside the Yellow Cocoon Shell, an ACID pick Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I'm your host, Nicolas Rapold. The 2023 Cannes film festival series continues, live from Cannes! This episode I talk with globe-trotting critic Jordan Cronk. We discuss Cannes premieres, including Aki Kaurismaki's Fallen Leaves, the Directors' Fortnight debut feature Inside the Yellow Cocoon Shell, a glimmer from the late Jean-Luc Godard, and one of Cronk's picks from the ACID independent film showcase. Stay tuned for more episodes with a delightful array of brilliant critics. Please support the production of this podcast by signing up at: rapold.substack.com Music: “Monserrate” by The Minarets, courtesy of The Minarets Photo by Steve Snodgrass
I'll start by sharing some excellent books I'm reading right now. Then we'll turn to your questions.The Power Broker: https://amzn.to/3IF9woOConvict Conditioning: https://amzn.to/3XTEeiAPsychology of Money: https://amzn.to/3kgBjTdThe Perfectionist's Guide to Losing Control: https://amzn.to/3Kvvko2Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking: https://amzn.to/3kgoCYEJoin the newsletter: https://robberger.com/newsletter/?utm...
Adam and Will are joined by Professor Steven Shaviro to discuss his work on the philosophy of science fiction, developing on themes from recent texts such as Extreme Fabulations and 2016's Discognition out on Repeater Books. We asked Steven about the various techniques that writers such as Frank Herbert, Adrian Tchaikovsky, and China Mieville to unearth possible futures in the present; and how they extrapolate from, speculate upon, and generate fables about dominant tendencies of our political and technological situation. We also touched upon philosophies of time and narrative such as Bergson, Deleuze, Whitehead, Foucault, Marshall McLuhan, and Darko Suvin.Support the podcast:Linktree: https://linktr.ee/acidhorizonAcid Horizon on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/acidhorizonpodcastZer0 Books and Repeater Media Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/zer0repeaterMerch: http://www.crit-drip.comOrder 'The Philosopher's Tarot': https://repeaterbooks.com/product/the-philosophers-tarot/Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/169wvvhiHappy Hour at Hippel's (Adam's blog): https://happyhourathippels.wordpress.comRevolting Bodies (Will's Blog): https://revoltingbodies.comSplit Infinities (Craig's Substack): https://splitinfinities.substack.com/Music: https://sereptie.bandcamp.com/ and https://thecominginsurrection.bandcamp.com/Support the show
It's just about summer and time to dig out the red-and-white checkered blanket for a picnic. From banh mi sandwiches at the beach or pork buns at a city park, the Bay Area has no shortage of picnic spots and foods. As part of our All You Can East series, we'll talk with chef and picnic enthusiast Samin Nosrat and KQED food editor Luke Tsai about how to plan the perfect picnic. Whether you're headed to the waterfront or Washington Square Park, tell us: what's your favorite place for a picnic, and what food are you bringing? Guests: Luke Tsai, food editor, KQED Arts & Culture Samin Nosrat, chef and author of "Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat," host of the Netflix special with the same name. Her new podcast is "Home Cooking."
Aloha friends and welcome to EPISODE 121 of the Conrad Podcast, where I interviewed Drewski aka @seekinganon (Twitter) about Trusting The Plan, Psychedelics and Fractals of Reality plus plenty of other topics during this wide-ranging conversation I thoroughly enjoyed.During this episode we dig into: School, Seeking Truth, Religions, Programming, Narratives, Ego and Attachments, Flat Earth, Perception and Belief, Q, Looking in the Mirror, God, Psychedelics, Consciousness, Fractals of Reality, Heart Chakra, Types of Trips, Terence McKenna, GMO Dispensaries, Mushrooms, Acid, Psychosis, Vibration, Dimensions, Asset of Time, Energetic Beings, News Vampires, Tribalism and so much MORE.Personal Links @conradg315 (Twitter)I AM Conrad (Youtube)@conradg315 (Instagram)@powerofnow888 (Instagram)Interactive EpisodeLucid Sacred DreamsEMAIL: ConradPodcast@gmail.comAlso, here are links to some recent interviews where I was the guest on other podcasts:Pineal Podcast InterviewYoutube Interview with Homewrecker PodcastIntro/Outro music is a lifetime licensed product for the Conrad Podcast from soundstripe.com and is called “Prepare Yourself” by Moments.
Tim and Larissa Schuster are a successful couple in Clovis, California. Larissa owns a thriving biochemistry lab, while Tim works at a hospital and manages their home and two kids. The Schuster marriage appears to be a perfect example of "opposites attract"--she's a bubbly go-getter, and he's shy and sensitive. But after 20 years, the many differences in their personalities strain to the breaking point--with clashes over money, the children, and lack of intimacy. Tim finally decides he's had enough, and moves out. As they edge towards divorce, their arguments grow from bad to worse fueled by Larissa's anger over dividing property, belongings, and her one true love--the million-dollar chemical lab. Then, Tim suddenly disappears--and what begins as a missing persons case, ends with a hidden gun, secret tape recordings and a discovery no one could have predicted. COME SEE US ON TOUR!!!! Join us for "Road Trip 2023" this June as we travel to New Orleans, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and Phoenix!!! This Week's Sponsors: BetterHelp - Visit www.betterhelp.com/ITHINKNOT today to get 10% off your first month Stamps.com - Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at www.stamps.com/THINKNOT
@dj-koolt has been pivotal to the rise of his native Uruguayan scene ever since he started spinning in the 90s. Rooted in Montevideo, he made it one of the most exciting places to hear minimalist dance music. Its spiritual home is Phonotheque, the club he co-founded a decade ago and where he lays down his forward-thinking sounds to a devoted and hardcore fan base. The scene Godfather goes big for us this week with a two-hour deep dive into his sound. It perfectly showcases his silky transitions and ability to tell stories on the dance floor. Acid, breaks and techno are the foundational sounds but they are embellished in signature style with plenty of spaced-out designs, a sense of gritty industrial futurism and plenty of avant-garde electronics.
ReferencesWe considered the complexity of the machinery to excrete ammonium in the context of research on dietary protein and how high protein intake may increase glomerular pressure and contribute to progressive renal disease (many refer to this as the “Brenner hypothesis”). Dietary protein intake and the progressive nature of kidney disease: the role of hemodynamically mediated glomerular injury in the pathogenesis of progressive glomerular sclerosis in aging, renal ablation, and intrinsic renal diseaseA trial that studied low protein and progression of CKD The Effects of Dietary Protein Restriction and Blood-Pressure Control on the Progression of Chronic Renal Disease(and famously provided data for the MDRD eGFR equation A more accurate method to estimate glomerular filtration rate from serum creatinine: a new prediction equation. Modification of Diet in Renal Disease Study GroupWe wondered about dietary recommendations in CKD. of note, this is best done in the DKD guidelines from KDIGO Executive summary of the 2020 KDIGO Diabetes Management in CKD Guideline: evidence-based advances in monitoring and treatment.Joel mentioned this study on red meat and risk of ESKD. Red Meat Intake and Risk of ESRDWe referenced the notion of a plant-based diet. This is an excellent review by Deborah Clegg and Kathleen Hill Gallant. Plant-Based Diets in CKD : Clinical Journal of the American Society of NephrologyHere's the review that Josh mentioned on how the kidney appears to sense pH Molecular mechanisms of acid-base sensing by the kidneyRemarkably, Dr. Dale Dubin put a prize in his ECG book Free Car Prize Hidden in Textbook Read the fine print: Student wins T-birdA review of the role of the kidney in DKA: Diabetic ketoacidosis: Role of the kidney in the acid-base homeostasis re-evaluatedJosh mentioned the effects of infusing large amounts of bicarbonate The effect of prolonged administration of large doses of sodium bicarbonate in man and this study on the respiratory response to a bicarbonate infusion: The Acute Effects In Man Of A Rapid Intravenous Infusion Of Hypertonic Sodium Bicarbonate Solution. Ii. Changes In Respiration And Output Of Carbon DioxideThis is the study of acute respiratory alkalosis in dogs: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC293311/?page=1And this is the study of medical students who went to the High Alpine Research Station on the Jungfraujoch in the Swiss Alps https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejm199105163242003Self explanatory! A group favorite! It Is Chloride Depletion Alkalosis, Not Contraction AlkalosisEffects of chloride and extracellular fluid volume on bicarbonate reabsorption along the nephron in metabolic alkalosis in the rat. Reassessment of the classical hypothesis of the pathogenesis of metabolic alkalosisA review of pendrin's role in volume homeostasis: The role of pendrin in blood pressure regulation | American Journal of Physiology-Renal PhysiologyInfusion of bicarbonate may lead to a decrease in respiratory stimulation but the shift of bicarbonate to the CSF may lag. Check out this review Neural Control of Breathing and CO2 Homeostasis and this classic paper Spinal-Fluid pH and Neurologic Symptoms in Systemic Acidosis.OutlineOutline: Chapter 11- Regulation of Acid-Base Balance- Introduction - Bicarb plus a proton in equilibrium with CO2 and water - Can be rearranged to HH - Importance of regulating pCO2 and HCO3 outside of this equation - Metabolism of carbs and fats results in the production of 15,000 mmol of CO2 per day - Metabolism of protein and other “substances” generates non-carbonic acids and bases - Mostly from sulfur containing methionine and cysteine - And cationic arginine and lysine - Hydrolysis of dietary phosphate that exists and H2PO4– - Source of base/alkali - Metabolism of an ionic amino acids - Glutamate and asparatate - Organic anions going through gluconeogenesis - Glutamate, Citrate and lactate - Net effect on a normal western diet 50-100 mEq of H+ per day - Homeostatic response to these acid-base loads has three stages: - Chemical buffering - Changes in ventilation - Changes in H+ excretion - Example of H2SO4 from oxidation of sulfur containing AA - Drop in bicarb will stimulate renal acid secretion - Nice table of normal cid-base values, arterial and venous- Great 6 bullet points of acid-base on page 328 - Kidneys must excrete 50-100 of non-carbonic acid daily - This occurs by H secretion, but mechanisms change by area of nephron - Not excreted as free H+ due to minimal urine pH being equivalent to 0.05 mmol/L - No H+ can be excreted until virtually all of th filtered bicarb is reabsorbed - Secreted H+ must bind buffers (phosphate, NH3, cr) - PH is main stimulus for H secretion, though K, aldo and volume can affect this.- Renal Hydrogen excretion - Critical to understand that loss of bicarb is like addition of hydrogen to the body - So all bicarb must be reabsorbed before dietary H load can be secreted - GFR of 125 and bicarb of 24 results in 4300 mEq of bicarb to be reabsorbed daily - Reabsorption of bicarb and secretion of H involve H secretion from tubular cells into the lumen. - Thee initial points need to be emphasized - Secreted H+ ion are generated from dissociation of H2O - Also creates OH ion - Which combine with CO2 to form HCO3 with the help of zinc containing intracellular carbonic anhydrase. - This is how the secretion of H+ which creates an OH ultimately produces HCO3 - Different mechanisms for proximal and distal acidification - NET ACID EXCRETION - Free H+ is negligible - So net H+ is TA + NH4 – HCO3 loss - Unusually equal to net H+ load, 50-100 mEq/day - Can bump up to 300 mEq/day if acid production is increased - Net acid excretion can go negative following a bicarb or citrate load - Proximal Acidification - Na-H antiporter (or exchanger) in luminal membrane - Basolateral membrane has a 3 HCO3 Na cotransporter - This is electrogenic with 3 anions going out and only one cation - The Na-H antiporter also works in the thick ascending limb of LOH - How about this, there is also a H-ATPase just like found in the intercalated cells in the proximal tubule and is responsible for about a third of H secretion - And similarly there is also. HCO3 Cl exchanger (pendrin-like) in the proximal tubule - Footnote says the Na- 3HCO3 cotransporter (which moves sodium against chemical gradient NS uses negative charge inside cell to power it) is important for sensing acid-base changes in the cell. - Distal acidification - Occurs in intercalated cells of of cortical and medullary collecting tubule - Three main characteristics - H secretion via active secretory pumps in the luminal membrane - Both H-ATPase and H-K ATPase - H- K ATPase is an exchange pump, k reabsorption - H-K exchange may be more important in hypokalemia rather than in acid-base balance - Whole paragraph on how a Na-H exchanger couldn't work because the gradient that H has to be pumped up is too big. - H-ATPase work like vasopressin with premise H-ATPase sitting on endocarditis vesicles a=which are then inserted into the membrane. Alkalosis causes them to be recycled out of the membrane. - H secretory cells do not transport Na since they have few luminal Na channels, but are assisted by the lumen negative tubule from eNaC. - Minimizes back diffusion of H+ and promotes bicarb resorption - Bicarbonate leaves the cell through HCO3-Cl exchanger which uses the low intracellular Cl concentration to power this process. - Same molecule is found on RBC where it is called band 3 protein - Figure 11-5 is interesting - Bicarbonate resorption - 90% in the first 1-22 mm of the proximal tubule (how long is the proximal tubule?) - Lots of Na-H exchangers and I handed permeability to HCO3 (permeability where?) - Last 10% happens distally mostly TAL LOH via Na-H exchange - And the last little bit int he outer medullary collecting duct. - Carbonic anhydrase and disequilibrium pH - CA plays central role in HCO3 reabsorption - After H is secreted in the proximal tubule it combines with HCO# to form carbonic acid. CA then dehydrates it to CO2 and H2O. (Step 2) - Constantly moving carbonic acid to CO2 and H2O keeps hydrogen combining with HCO3 since the product is rapidly consumed. - This can be demonstrated by the minimal fall in luminal pH - That is important so there is not a luminal gradient for H to overcome in the Na-H exchanger (this is why we need a H-ATPase later) - CA inhibitors that are limited tot he extracellular compartment can impair HCO3 reabsorption by 80%. - CA is found in S1, S2 but not S3 segment. See consequence in figure 11-6. - The disequilibrium comes from areas where there is no CA, the HH formula falls down because one of the assumptions of that formula is that H2CO3 (carbonic acid) is a transient actor, but without CA it is not and can accumulate, so the pKa is not 6.1. - Bicarbonate secretion - Type B intercalated cells - H-ATPase polarity reversed - HCO3 Cl exchanger faces the apical rather than basolateral membrane- Titratable acidity - Weak acids are filtered at the glom and act as buffers in the urine. - HPO4 has PKA of 6.8 making it ideal - Creatinine (pKa 4.97) and uric acid (pKa 5.75) also contribute - Under normal cinditions TA buffers 10-40 mEa of H per day - Does an example of HPO4(2-):H2PO4 (1-) which exists 4:1 at pH of 7.4 (glomerular filtrate) - So for 50 mEq of Phos 40 is HPO4 and 10 is H2PO4 - When pH drops to 6.8 then the ratio is 1:1 so for 50 - So the 50 mEq is 25 and 25, so this buffered an additional 15 mEq of H while the free H+ concentration increased from 40 to 160 nanomol/L so over 99.99% of secreted H was buffered - When pH drops to 4.8 ratio is 1:100 so almost all 50 mEq of phos is H2PO4 and 39.5 mEq of H are buffered. - Acid loading decreases phosphate reabsorption so more is there to act as TA. - Decreases activity of Na-phosphate cotransporter - DKA provides a novel weak acid/buffer beta-hydroxybutyrate (pKa 4.8) which buffers significant amount of acid (50 mEq/d).- Ammonium Excretion - Ability to excrete H+ as ammonium ions adds an important amount of flexibility to renal acid-base regulation - NH3 and NH4 production and excretion can be varied according to physiologic need. - Starts with NH3 production in tubular cells - NH3, since it is neutral then diffuses into the tubule where it is acidified by the low pH to NH4+ - NH4+ is ionized and cannot cross back into the tubule cells(it is trapped in the tubular fluid) - This is important for it acting as an important buffer eve though the pKa is 9.0 - At pH of 6.0 the ratio of NH3 to NH4 is 1:1000 - As the neutral NH3 is converted to NH4 more NH3 from theintracellular compartment flows into the tubular fluid replacing the lost NH3. Rinse wash repeat. - This is an over simplification and that there are threemajor steps - NH4 is produced in early proximal tubular cells - Luminal NH4 is partially reabsorbed in the TAL and theNH3 is then recycled within the renal medulla - The medullary interstitial NH3 reaches highconcentrations that allow NH3 to diffuse into the tubular lumen in the medullary collecting tubule where it is trapped as NH4 by secreted H+ - NH4 production from Glutamine which converts to NH4 and glutamate - Glutamate is converted to alpha-ketoglutarate - Alpha ketoglutarate is converted to 2 HCO3 ions - HCO3 sent to systemic circulation by Na-3 HCO3 transporter - NH4 then secreted via Na-H exchanger into the lumen - NH4 is then reabsorbed by NaK2Cl transporter in TAL - NH4 substitutes for K - Once reabsorbed the higher intracellular pH causes NH4 to convert to NH3 and the H that is removed is secreted through Na-H exchanger to scavenge the last of the filtered bicarb. - NH3 diffuses out of the tubular cells into the interstitium - NH4 reabsorption in the TAL is suppressed by hyperkalemia and stimulated by chronic metabolic acidosis - NH4 recycling promotes acid clearance - The collecting tubule has a very low NH3 concentration - This promotes diffusion of NH3 into the collecting duct - NH3 that goes there is rapidly converted to NH4 allowing more NH3 to diffuse in. - Response to changes in pH - Increased ammonium excretion with two processes - Increased proximal NH4 production - This is delayed 24 hours to 2-3 days depending on which enzyme you look at - Decreased urine pH increases diffusion of ammonia into the MCD - Occurs with in hours of an acid load - Peak ammonium excretion takes 5-6 days! (Fig 11-10) - Glutamine is picked up from tubular fluid but with acidosis get Na dependent peritublar capillary glutamine scavenging too - Glutamine metabolism is pH dependent with increase with academia and decrease with alkalemia - NH4 excretion can go from 30-40 mEq/day to > 300 with severe metabolic acidosis (38 NaBicarb tabs) - Says each NH4 produces equimolar generation of HCO3 but I thought it was two bicarb for every alpha ketoglutarate?- The importance of urine pH - Though the total amount of hydrogren cleared by urine pH is insignificant, an acidic urine pH is essential for driving the reactions of TA and NH4 forward.- Regulation of renal hydrogen excretion - Net acid excretion vary inverse with extracellular pH - Academia triggers proximal and distal acidification - Proximally this: - Increased Na-H exchange - Increased luminal H-ATPase activity - Increased Na:3HCO3 cotransporter on the basolateral membrane - Increased NH4 production from glutamine - In the collecting tubules - Increased H-ATPase - Reduction of tubular pH promotes diffusion of NH3 which gets converted to NH4…ION TRAPPING - Extracellular pH affects net acid excretion through its affect on intracellular pH - This happens directly with respiratory disorders due to movement of CO2 through the lipid bilayer - In metabolic disorders a low extracellular bicarb with cause bicarb to diffuse out of the cell passively, this lowers intracellular pH - If you manipulate both low pCO2 and low Bicarb to keep pH stable there will be no change in the intracellular pH and there is no change in renal handling of acid. It is intracellular pH dependent - Metabolic acidosis - Ramps up net acid secretion - Starts within 24 hours and peaks after 5-6 days - Increase net secretion comes from NH4 - Phosphate is generally limited by diet - in DKA titratable acid can be ramped up - Metabolic alkalosis - Alkaline extracellular pH - Increased bicarb excretion - Decrease reabsorption - HCO3 secretion (pendrin) in cortical collecting tubule - Occurs in cortical intercalated cells able to insert H-ATPase in basolateral cells (rather than luminal membrane) - Normal subjects are able to secrete 1000 mmol/day of bicarb - Maintenance of metabolic alkalosis requires a defect which forces the renal resorption of bicarb - This can be chloride/volume deficiency - Hypokalemia - Hyperaldosteronism - Respiratory acidosis and alkalosis - PCO2 via its effect on intracellular pH is an important determinant of renal acid handling - Ratios he uses: - 3.5 per 10 for respiratory acidosis - 5 per 10 for respiratory alkalosis - Interesting paragraph contrasting the response to chronic metabolic acidosis vs chronic respiratory acidosis - Less urinary ammonium in respiratory acidosis - Major differences in proximal tubule cell pH - In metabolic acidosis there is decreased bicarb load so less to be reabsorbed proximally - In respiratory acidosis the increased serum bicarb increases the amount of bicarb that must be reabsorbed proximally - The increased activity of Na-H antiporter returns tubular cell pH to normal and prevents it from creating increased urinary ammonium - Mentions that weirdly more mRNA for H-Na antiporter in metabolic acidosis than in respiratory acidosis - Net hydrogen excretion varies with effective circulating volume - Starts with bicarb infusions - Normally Tm at 26 - But if you volume deplete the patient with diuretics first this increases to 35+ - Four factors explain this increased Tm for bicarb with volume deficiency - Reduced GFR - Activation of RAAS - Ang2 stim H-Na antiporter proximally - Ang2 also stimulates Na-3HCO3 cotransporter on basolateral membrane - Aldosterone stimulates H-ATPase in distal nephron - ALdo stimulates Cl HCO3 exchanger on basolateral membrane - Aldo stimulates eNaC producing tubular lumen negative charge to allow H secretion to occur and prevents back diffusion - Hypochloremia - Increases H secretion by both Na-dependent and Na-independent methods - If Na is 140 and Cl is 115, only 115 of Na can be reabsorbed as NaCl, the remainder must be reabsorbed with HCO3 or associated with secretion of K or H to maintained electro neutrality - This is enhanced with hypochloridemia - Concurrent hypokalemia - Changes in K lead to trans cellular shifts that affect inctracellular pH - Hypokalemia causes K out, H in and in the tubular cell the cell acts if there is systemic acidosis and increases H secretion (and bicarbonate resorption) - PTH - Decreases proximal HCO3 resorption - Primary HyperCard as cause of type 2 RTA - Does acidosis stim PTH or does PTH stim net acid excretion
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