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    The Vance Crowe Podcast
    #272 | Albert-László Barabási; How ideas spread into society, Nutritional dark matter, Networks

    The Vance Crowe Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 68:25


    Albert-László Barabási is an author, physicist and world renowned network theorist. Vance and Laszlo discuss the many aspects of networks, how ideas spread into society, and why they are useful for modeling various types of systems. They also discuss 'nutritional dark matter' and what networks can teach us about nutrition's impact on total health. Learn more about Barabasi Lab and view Laszlo's art: https://barabasilab.com/Follow Laszlo on Twitter: https://twitter.com/barabasiUse Laszlo's tool to find less processed food: https://www.truefood.tech/#NetworkTheory #Nutrition #networks Join the Articulate Ventures Network | https://network.articulate.ventures/ —We are a patchwork of thinkers that want to articulate ideas in a forum where they can be respectfully challenged, improved and celebrated so that we can explore complex subjects, learn from those we disagree with and achieve our personal & professional goals.Book a Legacy Interview | https://legacyinterviews.com/ —A Legacy Interview is a two-hour recorded interview with you and a host that can be watched now and viewed in the future. It is a recording of what you experienced, the lessons you learned and the family values you want passed down. We will interview you or a loved one, capturing the sound of their voice, wisdom and a sense of who they are. These recorded conversations will be private, reserved only for the people that you want to share it with.Contact Vance for a Talk | https://www.vancecrowe.com/ —Vance delivers speeches that reveal important aspects of human communication.  Audiences are entertained, engaged, and leave feeling empowered to change something about the way they are communicating.  Vance tells stories about his own experiences, discusses theories in ways that make them relatable and highlights interesting people, books, and media that the audience can learn even more from. Join the #ATCF Book Club | https://www.vancecrowe.com/book-club

    Dugongs And Seadragons
    S2E26 – Glowing Shells and Broken Fresnels

    Dugongs And Seadragons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 28:35


    The Cephalosquad continue to search the mysterious lighthouse.   Please support Dugongs & Sea Dragons on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DugongsAndSeadragons

    The Audio Long Read
    Do we need a new theory of evolution?

    The Audio Long Read

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 38:21


    A new wave of scientists argues that mainstream evolutionary theory needs an urgent overhaul. Their opponents have dismissed them as misguided careerists – and the conflict may determine the future of biology. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod

    COMPLEXITY
    Sara Walker on The Physics of Life and Planet-Scale Intelligence

    COMPLEXITY

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 82:23


    What is life, and where does it come from? These are two of the deepest, most vexing, and persistent questions in science, and their enduring mystery and allure is complicated by the fact that scientists approach them from a myriad of different angles, hard to reconcile. Whatever else one might identify as universal features of all living systems, most scholars would agree life is a physical phenomenon unfolding in time. And yet current physics is notorious for its inadequacy with respect to time. Life appears to hinge on information transfer — but, again, what do we mean by “information,” and what it is relationship to energy and matter? If humankind can't settle fundamental issues with these theoretical investigations, we might be missing other kinds of life (and mind) — not just in outer space, but here on Earth, right beneath our noses. But new models that suggest a vastly wider definition of life offer hope that we might — soon! — not only learn to recognize the biospheres and technospheres of other living worlds, but notice other “aliens” at home, and even find our place amidst a living cosmos.Welcome to COMPLEXITY, the official podcast of the Santa Fe Institute. I'm your host, Michael Garfield, and every other week we'll bring you with us for far-ranging conversations with our worldwide network of rigorous researchers developing new frameworks to explain the deepest mysteries of the universe.This week on the show, we speak with SFI External Professor Sara Walker (Twitter, Google Scholar), Deputy Director of The Beyond Center at ASU, where she acts as Associate Professor in half a dozen different programs. In this conversation, we discuss her pioneering research in the origins of life and the profound and diverse implications of Assembly Theory — a new kind of physics she's developing with chemist Leroy Cronin and a team of SFI and NASA scholars.  Sara likes to speculate out loud in public conversation, so strap in for an unusually enthusiastic, animated, and free-roaming conversation at the very bleeding edge of science. And be sure to check out our extensive show notes with links to all our references at complexity.simplecast.com.If you value our research and communication efforts, please subscribe, rate and review us at Apple Podcasts or Spotify, and consider making a donation — or finding other ways to engage with us — at santafe.edu/engage.Thank you for listening!Join our Facebook discussion group to meet like minds and talk about each episode.Podcast theme music by Mitch Mignano.Follow us on social media:Twitter • YouTube • Facebook • Instagram • LinkedInMentioned Papers:Intelligence as a planetary scale processby Adam Frank, David Grinspoon & Sara WalkerThe Algorithmic Origins of Lifeby Sara Imari Walker & Paul C. W. DaviesBeyond prebiotic chemistry: What dynamic network properties allow the emergence of life?by Leroy Cronin & Sara WalkerIdentifying molecules as biosignatures with assembly theory and mass spectrometryby Stuart Marshall, Cole Mathis, Emma Carrick, Graham Keenan, Geoffrey Cooper, Heather Graham, Matthew Craven, Piotr Gromski, Douglas Moore, Sara Walker & Leroy CroninAssembly Theory Explains and Quantifies the Emergence of Selection and Evolutionby Abhishek Sharma, Dániel Czégel, Michael Lachmann, Christopher Kempes, Sara Walker, Leroy CroninQuantum Non-Barking Dogsby Sara Imari Walker, Paul C. W. Davies, Prasant Samantray, Yakir AharonovThe Multiple Paths to Multiple Lifeby Christopher P. Kempes & David C. Krakauer Other Related Videos & Writing:SFI Seminar - Why Black Holes Eat Informationby Vijay BalasubramanianMajor Transitions in Planetary Evolutionby Hikaru Furukawa and Sara Imari Walker2022 Community Lecture: “Recognizing The Alien in Us”by Sara WalkerSara Walker and Lee Cronin: The Alien Debateon The Lex Fridman ShowIf Cancer Were Easy, Every Cell Would Do ItSFI Press Release on work by Michael LachmannThe Ministry for The Futureby Kim Stanley RobinsonRe: Wheeler's delayed choice experimentWikipediaOn the SFI “Exploring Life's Origins” Research ProjectComplexity Explorer's Origins of Life Free Open Online CourseChiara Marletto on Constructor TheorySimon Saunders, Philosopher of Physics at OxfordRelated SFI Podcast Episodes:Complexity 2 - The Origins of Life: David Krakauer, Sarah Maurer, and Chris Kempes at InterPlanetary Festival 2019Complexity 8 - Olivia Judson on Major Energy Transitions in Evolutionary HistoryComplexity 17 - Chris Kempes on The Physical Constraints on Life & EvolutionComplexity 40 - The Information Theory of Biology & Origins of Life with Sara Imari Walker (Big Biology Podcast Crossover)Complexity 41 - Natalie Grefenstette on Agnostic Biosignature DetectionComplexity 68 - W. Brian Arthur on Economics in Nouns & Verbs (Part 1)Complexity 80 - Mingzhen Lu on The Evolution of Root Systems & Biogeochemical CyclingAlien Crash Site 015 - Cole MathisAlien Crash Site 019 - Heather GrahamAlien Crash Site 020 - Chris KempesAlien Crash Site 021 - Natalie Grefenstette

    The Bible Nerd Podcast
    The Explanatory Power of Creation Biology (FFT Series)

    The Bible Nerd Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 16:02


    In this episode, we summarize much of the biological information we've been talking about in this series. As it turns out, creation theories of biology have quite a bit of explanatory power over and against the theory of evolution.

    The Jacki Daily Show
    Is Biden Pro or Anti Fossil Fuel? Is “Science” Still Scientific? | Guests: Drs. Staddon & Matthews

    The Jacki Daily Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 94:23


    Jacki is joined in studio by Dr. Merrill Matthews of the Institute for Policy Innovation to review his newest Wall Street Journal opinion piece answering the question: “Why are Energy Companies not Producing?” - - - - - Dr. John Staddon, Professor of Biology and Psychology Emeritus, Duke University, author of over 200 scholarly works and nine books, joins Jacki to discuss his newest book, Science in an Age of Unreason. Dr. Staddon examines the relationship between religion and science, the history of science, how the single funder (government) model of science funding has compromised research integrity such that the results of most studies cannot be replicated, and how this leads to misguided policy with climate, pandemics, 2A, etc. - - - - - Why has Biden done a 180-degree reversal on fossil fuels? On the campaign trail he vowed to end U.S. fossil fuels, but now he is condemning energy companies for not producing or refining enough fossil fuels. Jacki gives her take on Biden's new plan to do a federal gas tax holiday in advance of the election, his reversal on fossil fuels, and his plans to double down on electric vehicles and ethanol. 

    Virginia Water Radio
    Episode 631 (7-4-22): Frogs and Fireworks

    Virginia Water Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022


    CLICK HERE to listen to episode audio (4:22).Sections below are the following: Transcript of Audio Audio Notes and Acknowledgments ImageExtra Information Sources Related Water Radio Episodes For Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.). Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 6-30-22. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean, this is Virginia Water Radio for the weeks of July 4 and July 11, 2022.  This is a repeat of a 2016 episode celebrating the July 4th holiday.  The episode features Virginia Tech master's degree graduate Kriddie Whitmore as a guest voice. SOUNDS - ~ 4 sec – Gray Treefrogs and fireworks. This week, for Independence Day episode, we drop in on a most unusual July 4th conversation: two Gray Treefrogs, surrounded by fireworks, are debating U.S. water history.  Sound unimaginable?  Well, just have a listen. SOUNDS - ~2 sec – Frogs and fireworks. Frog 1 – There those humans go again, shootin' off their fireworks and makin' it hard for us frogs to hear each other's calls!  What's all the ruckus about, anyway? Frog 2 - Why, it's July 4th!  They're celebrating this country's Declaration of Independence in 1776 from Great Britain.  I think it's cool—at least it's a break from hearing YOU guys calling every evening. Frog 1 – And just why are YOU so excited about the birthday of this big, bustling, human country?  Seems to me that it's been nothing but trouble for aquatic habitats and creatures like us since those first ships came over here from that Europe place.  Everywhere we try to hop, there's polluted rivers and lakes, lost wetlands and other habitats, and hot, dry pavement. Frog 2 – Well, yeah, you're right, partly.  This country's waters have had a pretty hard history.  And we amphibians have had the worst of it in some cases and places, with this permeable skin we have.  But you're forgetting about some positive things.  The humans' Congress passed the Clean Water Act in 1972, and a bunch other important acts, too.  And right here in this state, Virginia, the constitution says it's the Commonwealth's policy to protect its atmosphere, lands, and waters from pollution, impairment, or destruction. Frog 1 - Have all those things done any good? Frog 2 – Well, not always or everywhere.  Just in Virginia, hundreds of water bodies are impaired and need expensive clean-up programs.  For instance, I've got cousins living near that Chesapeake Bay, and they tell me every year it's some things good, other things fair, and still others needing a ton of work.  But many rivers and lakes certainly are in better shape than they were 40 or 50 years ago; the Potomac River's one example.  Those humans have many competing interests, so sometimes what they do isn't so good for water, or lands, or creatures like us. But other times, it is.  People have learned a lot over the years about using and managing natural resources more sustainably, and all kinds of people work hard trying to do that. Frog 1 - Yeah, I guess you're right.  You know, it's not easy being a frog, but I guess it's pretty tough being a person, too. Frog 2 – Now that's a pretty realistic call! SOUNDS - ~3 sec – fireworks.Frog 2  – Hey, there's the fireworks finale.  And that sounds like the Air Force Concert Band playing one of my favorites, “The Washington Post,” by John Philip Sousa.  Let's have a quick listen, then we better get back under cover.  All the humans will be coming back from the fireworks soon. Both frogs – Happy July 4th!MUSIC - ~ 14 sec – instrumental. SHIP'S BELL Virginia Water Radio is produced by the Virginia Water Resources Research Center, part of Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources and Environment.  For more Virginia water sounds, music, or information, visit us online at virginiawaterradio.org, or call the Water Center at (540) 231-5624.  Thanks to Ben Cosgrove for his version of “Shenandoah” to open and close this episode.  In Blacksburg, I'm Alan Raflo, thanking you for listening, and wishing you health, wisdom, and good water. AUDIO NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This Virginia Water Radio episode replaces Episode 323, 7-4-16, and Episode 427, 7-2-18. Virginia Water Radio thanks Kriddie Whitmore, a 2016 master's degree graduate in Forestry from Virginia Tech, for participating as the guest voice in this episode. Thanks also to Jennifer Gagnon, Virginia Tech Department of Forest Resources and Conservation, for reviewing a draft of the episode. This episode's frog and fireworks sounds were recorded Blacksburg, Va., around 9:30 p.m. on July 4, 2015. This episode's music was an excerpt of “The Washington Post,” written by John Philip Sousa in 1889, and performed here by the United States Air Force Concert Band on their 2001 album “I Am An American,” accessed online at http://www.allmusic.com/album/i-am-an-american-mw0002256231, as of 6-29-22.  Information about “The Washington Post” is available from the United States Marine Band, “Sousa-The Washington Post” (3:30 video), online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mxrh1CrMmTY; and “The President's Own/John Philip Sousa,” online at http://www.marineband.marines.mil/About/Our-History/John-Philip-Sousa/. Click here if you'd like to hear the full version (2 min./22 sec.) of the “Shenandoah” arrangement/performance by Ben Cosgrove that opens and closes this episode.  More information about Mr. Cosgrove is available online at http://www.bencosgrove.com. IMAGE (Unless otherwise noted, photographs are by Virginia Water Radio.) Gray Treefrog (Hyla versicolor) on the deck of a residence in Blacksburg, Va., Sep. 23, 2009. EXTRA INFORMATION ABOUT CONSERVATION IN THE VIRGINIA CONSTITUTION Following are the four sections of Article XI, “Conservation,” of the Virginia Constitution, as accessed at the Virginia Legislative Information System, online at https://law.lis.virginia.gov/constitution/article11/, on June 30, 2022.Section 1. Natural resources and historical sites of the Commonwealth.To the end that the people have clean air, pure water, and the use and enjoyment for recreation of adequate public lands, waters, and other natural resources, it shall be the policy of the Commonwealth to conserve, develop, and utilize its natural resources, its public lands, and its historical sites and buildings.  Further, it shall be the Commonwealth's policy to protect its atmosphere, lands, and waters from pollution, impairment, or destruction, for the benefit, enjoyment, and general welfare of the people of the Commonwealth. Section 2. Conservation and development of natural resources and historical sites. In the furtherance of such policy, the General Assembly may undertake the conservation, development, or utilization of lands or natural resources of the Commonwealth, the acquisition and protection of historical sites and buildings, and the protection of its atmosphere, lands, and waters from pollution, impairment, or destruction, by agencies of the Commonwealth or by the creation of public authorities, or by leases or other contracts with agencies of the United States, with other states, with units of government in the Commonwealth, or with private persons or corporations.  Notwithstanding the time limitations of the provisions of Article X, Section 7, of this Constitution, the Commonwealth may participate for any period of years in the cost of projects which shall be the subject of a joint undertaking between the Commonwealth and any agency of the United States or of other states. Section 3. Natural oyster beds. The natural oyster beds, rocks, and shoals in the waters of the Commonwealth shall not be leased, rented, or sold but shall be held in trust for the benefit of the people of the Commonwealth, subject to such regulations and restriction as the General Assembly may prescribe, but the General Assembly may, from time to time, define and determine such natural beds, rocks, or shoals by surveys or otherwise. Section 4. Right of the people to hunt, fish, and harvest game. The people have a right to hunt, fish, and harvest game, subject to such regulations and restrictions as the General Assembly may prescribe by general law.SOURCES Used for Audio Chesapeake Bay Program, online at https://www.chesapeakebay.net/; and “Slight improvements in Bay health and new economic data added in 2021 Chesapeake Bay Report Card,” June 7, 2022, news release, online at https://www.chesapeakebay.net/news/blog/slight_improvements_in_bay_health_and_new_economic_data_added_in_2021_chesa.Commonwealth of Virginia, Constitution of Virginia, “Article XI Conservation,” accessed online at https://law.lis.virginia.gov/constitution/article11/. John D. Kleopfer and Chris S. Hobson, A Guide to the Frogs and Toad of Virginia, Special Publication Number 3, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (now Department of Wildlife Resources), Richmond, Va., 2011. Bernard S. Martof, et al., Amphibians and Reptiles of the Carolinas and Virginia, University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 1980. Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, “Water Quality Monitoring in the Potomac Estuary,” online at http://www.mwcog.org/environment/water/potomacestuary.asp.Thomas V. Cech, Principles of Water Resources: History, Development, Management, and Policy, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, N.Y., 2003.U.S. Environmental Protection Agency:“National Aquatic Resources Surveys,” online at https://www.epa.gov/national-aquatic-resource-surveys;“Summary of the Clean Water Act,” online at https://www.epa.gov/laws-regulations/summary-clean-water-act.Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, “Water Quality Assessments/Integrated Report,” online at https://www.deq.virginia.gov/water/water-quality/assessments/integrated-report.Zygmunt J. B. Plater et al., Environmental Law and Policy: Nature, Law, and Society, West Publishing Co., St. Paul, Minn., 1998. For More Information about Amphibians in Virginia and Elsewhere AmphibiaWeb, https://amphibiaweb.org/index.html. University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, “Animal Diversity Web,” online at https://animaldiversity.org. J.C. Mitchell and K.K. Reay, Atlas of Amphibians and Reptiles in Virginia, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries/Richmond (1999); available online (as a PDF) at https://www.virginiaherpetologicalsociety.com/atlases/mitchell-atlas.pdf, courtesy of the Virginia Herpetological Society.  (Herpetology is the study of amphibians and reptiles.) Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources (formerly Department of Game and Inland Fisheries):“A Guide to Virginia's Frogs and Toads,” online at https://dwr.virginia.gov/wildlife/frogs-and-toads/;“A Guide to the Salamanders of Virginia,” online at https://dwr.virginia.gov/wildlife/salamanders/;“Fish and Wildlife Information Service,” online at https://services.dwr.virginia.gov/fwis/(the Gray Treefrog entry is online at https://services.dwr.virginia.gov/fwis/booklet.html?&bova=020007&Menu=_.Taxonomy&version=19173);“List of Native and Naturalized Fauna in Virginia, August 2020,” online (as a PDF) at https://dwr.virginia.gov/wp-content/uploads/virginia-native-naturalized-species.pdf;“Virginia is for Frogs,” online at https://dwr.virginia.gov/wildlife/virginia-is-for-frogs/;“Wildlife Information,” online at https://dwr.virginia.gov/wildlife/information/. Virginia Herpetological Society, “Frogs and Toads of Virginia,” online at https://www.virginiaherpetologicalsociety.com/amphibians/frogsandtoads/frogs_and_toads_of_virginia.htm. For More Information about Federal Environmental and Natural Resources LawsCornell University Law School/Legal Information Institute:“Environmental Law,” online at https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/environmental_law; “Natural Resources,” online at https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/natural_resources. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “Laws and Regulations,” online at https://www.epa.gov/laws-regulations.  The section for the Clean Water Act is online at https://www.epa.gov/laws-regulations/summary-clean-water-act; the section for the Endangered Species Act is online at https://www.epa.gov/laws-regulations/summary-endangered-species-act; the section for the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is online at https://www.epa.gov/nepa. For More Information about Virginia Natural Resources Laws Virginia Secretary of Natural Resources Web site, online at http://naturalresources.virginia.gov/.  See the “Agencies” link to access the various Virginia state agencies involved with resources regulation and management. RELATED VIRGINIA WATER RADIO EPISODES All Water Radio episodes are listed by category at the Index link above (http://www.virginiawaterradio.org/p/index.html).  See particularly the “Amphibians” and “History” subject categories. Following is the link to another episode on Gray Treefrogs.Episode 528, 6-8-20. Following are links to other episodes done for July 4th. Episode 168, 7-1-13 – Water and the Revolutionary War.Episode 220, 6-30-14 – Water origins of Virginia Declaration signers.Episode 273, 7-6-15 – The Great Road on the Virginia Peninsula.FOR VIRGINIA TEACHERS – RELATED STANDARDS OF LEARNING (SOLs) AND OTHER INFORMATION Following are some Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs) that may be supported by this episode's audio/transcript, sources, or other information included in this post. 2020 Music SOLs SOLs at various grade levels that call for “examining the relationship of music to the other fine arts and other fields of knowledge.” 2018 Science SOLs Grades K-4: Living Systems and ProcessesK.7 – Plants and animals have basic needs and life processes.1.5 – Animals, including humans, have basic life needs that allow them to survive.2.5 – Living things are part of a system.3.5 – Aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems support a diversity of organisms.4.3 – Organisms, including humans, interact with one another and with the nonliving components in the ecosystem. Grades K-5: Earth and Space Systems3.7 – There is a water cycle and water is important to life on Earth. Grades K-5: Earth ResourcesK.11 – Humans use resources.1.8 – Natural resources can be used responsibly, including that most natural resources are limited; human actions can affect the availability of natural resources; and reducing, reusing, and recycling are ways to conserve natural resources.3.8 – Natural events and humans influence ecosystems.4.8 – Virginia has important natural resources. Grade 66.6 – Water has unique physical properties and has a role in the natural and human-made environment.6.8 – Land and water have roles in watershed systems.6.9 – Humans impact the environment and individuals can influence public policy decisions related to energy and the environment. Life ScienceLS.9 – Relationships exist between ecosystem dynamics and human activity. Earth ScienceES.6 – Resource use is complex.ES.8 – Freshwater resources influence and are influenced by geologic processes and human activity.ES.10 – Oceans are complex, dynamic systems subject to long- and short-term variations. Biology&

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    Therapy Chat
    337: Understanding How Trauma Affects Our Biology with Dr. Aimie Apigian

    Therapy Chat

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 52:40


    Welcome back to Therapy Chat! This week, our conversation about trauma and health continues as host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C interviews Dr. Aimie Apigian, a functional medicine doctor, about the biology of trauma and how this piece is often omitted from trauma treatment. She explains why healing is incomplete without the physiology of trauma being addressed, describes what is happening in the body when someone is in a chronic state of freeze, and shares information about her upcoming Annual Biology of Trauma Summit featuring Dr. Gabor Maté (featured in last week's episode) and many other experts in the field of functional medicine and the physiology of trauma. Dr. Aimie is a Double Board-Certified Medical Physician in both Preventive and Addiction Medicine and holds Double Masters Degrees in Biochemistry and in Public Health. She is the leading medical expert on addressing stored trauma in the body through her signature model and methodology, The Biology of Trauma™: a new lens that courageously uplevels the old methods of trauma work and medicine by reverse-engineering trauma's effects on the nervous system and body on a cellular level. Dr. Aimie specializes in trauma, attachment and addictions after having personal experience in foster parenting, adopting and then having her own health issues that were a result of childhood and life experiences. In addition to her medical studies that have included Functional Medicine Certification, she has sought out trauma therapy training since 2015. Dr. Aimie founded a Nonprofit called Family Challenge Camps, and developed and ran weekend intensives for families with children who have experienced attachment trauma. She is currently the founder and CEO of Trauma Healing Accelerated, where she bridges the two worlds of Functional Medicine and Trauma Therapy with a mission to help adults accelerate the healing journey by addressing The Biology of Trauma™ that keeps stored trauma stuck in the body, mind and spirit. Her Providers' Certification Course teaches providers to do the same for their clients. Resources:  Dr. Aimie's website: www.traumahealingaccelerated.com Thank you to TherapyNotes for sponsoring this week's episode! TherapyNotes makes billing, scheduling, notetaking, and telehealth incredibly easy. And now, for all you prescribers out there, TherapyNotes is proudly introducing E-prescribe! Find out what more than 100,000 mental health professionals already know, and try TherapyNotes for 2 months, absolutely free. Try it today with no strings attached, and see why everyone is switching to TherapyNotes. Now featuring E-prescribe. Use promo code "chat" at www.therapynotes.com to receive 2 FREE months of TherapyNotes! This episode is also sponsored by Trauma Therapist Network. Learn about trauma, connect with resources and find a trauma therapist near you at www.traumatherapistnetwork.com. We believe that trauma is real, healing is possible and help is available. Therapists, registration opens in July for Trauma Therapist Network membership. Join a compassionate and skilled group of trauma therapists for weekly calls focused on Self Care, Case Consultation, Q&A and Training.  Get on the waiting list now to be the first to know when registration opens! Sign up here: https://traumatherapistnetwork.com/wait-list/  Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio 

    Athletic Equestrian Podcast
    #69 Miami University - Heather Pinnick

    Athletic Equestrian Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 36:37


    Heather Pinnick is the Head Coach for the Miami University equestrian team located in Ohio. She is a graduate from The University of Findlay with a Bachelor of Science degree in Equine Science and Biology in 2003 and her Masters of Education degree in 2005. Since taking over the team in 2005, she has coached numerous riders to National Championships and most recently her team was Reserve Champions at the 2022 IHSA Nationals.

    Science Modeling Talks
    Episode 34 – Gloria Kreischer Gajewicz – “Improving Student Outcomes Through Modeling Instruction”

    Science Modeling Talks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 40:42


    In this episode, Mark talks with Dr. Gloria Kreischer Gajewicz about her experience finding modeling instruction as a veteran teacher, about shifting to standards-based grading, and about her Ph.D. research into improving student outcomes through modeling instruction. Guests Dr. Gloria Kreischer Gajewicz Dr. Gloria Kreischer Gajewicz has been a high school science educator for more than 23 years, teaching various science courses in Ohio including Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Physics, Earth Science, and Chemistry. Currently, she teaches Chemistry and AP Chemistry at Ottawa Hills High School in Toledo Ohio. She began using Modeling Instruction in 2011 after taking a workshop at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. She earned her doctorate in education in 2019 from Bowling Green State University. https://www.facebook.com/ggajewicz (Facebook) | https://www.instagram.com/gkreischergajewicz (Instagram) | https://www.twitter.com/ggajewicz (Twitter) Highlights [25:50] Dr. Gloria Kreischer Gajewicz: "a lot of our content knowledge as science teachers really comes from our training at the university level as an undergrad. The trick is then how do we take that content knowledge and turn that into something that's understandable for our students." Resources Download Transcript https://sciencemodelingtalks.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/SMT-Ep34-GloriaKreischer-Transcript.pdf (Ep 34 Transcript)

    Better Than Human
    Mosquitoes: Man's Greatest Nemesis

    Better Than Human

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 55:41


    It has been estimated that over humanities history more than 50 billion people have been killed by mosquitoes. That is approximately half of all humans that have lived on this tiny blue dot killed by mosquitoes. For this reason, mosquitoes have been called man's greatest nemesis.Mosquitoes are so dangerous to humans that some scientists have proposed eradicating them from this planet. Is that a good idea? Well, that's up for debate. But what we do know is when we control the mosquito population less people are killed by their bites. What is a mosquito? Mosquitoes are a common, flying insect that lives in most parts of the world, except Iceland for reasons no one knows. Over 3,500 types of mosquitoes can be found worldwide. Mosquitoes have been vectors of a lot of nasty viruses, such as malaria and yellow fever, for thousands of years. But up to a little over a hundred years ago, we didn't even know that mosquitoes caused these diseases. So, are mosquitos better than human? For this tiny animal, the answer is no, they are not better than human.  Well, maybe they are ...Listen now to learn how this wee bug has changed the course of humankind. Follow us on Twitter @betterthanhuma1on Facebook @betterthanhumanpodcaston Instagram @betterthanhumanpodcasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@betterthanhumanpodcastor Email us at betterthanhumanpodcast@gmail.comWe look forward to hearing from you, and we look forward to you joining our cult of weirdness!

    3 minute lesson
    Fanconi anemia | Investigating myself

    3 minute lesson

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 3:11


    Episode 439. Investigating myself. Topic: Fanconi anemia. What is anemia and what causes it? What is Fanconi anemia? How common is this condition and how is is treated? Can you find out if you carry this disease on a common commercial genetic test? What about the 18 other genes involved? Twitter: @3minutelessonEmail: 3minutelesson@gmail.comInstagram: 3minutelessonFacebook: 3minutelesson New episode every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday! Find us everywhere podcasts are found.

    Energy4Life
    #53 Practitioner Interview with Katie Webber

    Energy4Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 52:58


    Katie joined the NES Practitioner community two years ago. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Queensland University, majoring in Physiology and Biochemistry. She then entered a teaching career in Chemistry and Biology for ten years.   Katie found Energy Medicine after suffering from Asthma since the age of four. Within a short time, she had a noticeable positive shift in her health, which led her into registering for an Advanced Healing course, subsequently beginning a new career as an Energy Healer.   Even though she has only been offering NES in her practice for two years, in that time built an incredible global client network. Katie will be sharing how she uses the NES system with all of her clients and her own fascinating experience with the Glial Cell Infoceutical.  

    Health Ignited
    Episode 71: The Biology of Trauma

    Health Ignited

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 64:54


    On this episode of the Health Ignited Podcast we welcome Dr. Aimie Apigian to discuss the biology of trauma and how to regulate the nervous system with biohacking and building choice. We welcome Dr. Aimie back to the podcast for this powerful conversation on understanding the biological mechanisms and long-term impacts of trauma on the body and mind. She explains the way trauma roots into the body through different neurodevelopment stages in our lives and offers valuable tips and tools for navigating our responses in the present. We discuss the way our energy levels either support or hinder our agency in taking action when the nervous system experiences dysregulation, how biohacking builds resilience, and the importance of choice in healing from trauma.  Tune in to this episode to learn more about the patterns that are imprinted in our biology with trauma and how to navigate the healing journey to come back to our truest self. “It's not so much about changing who we are as it is uncovering who we've always been." - Dr. Aimie Apigian, MD Register now for Dr. Aimie's upcoming summit on The Biology of Trauma, an experiential online event with 40+ speakers, workshops and yoga practices to start your journey toward improved health and wellness - https://biologyoftrauma.byhealthmeans.com/?idev_id=31259    Learn more about Dr. Aimie:  https://draimie.com/ ; https://www.traumahealingaccelerated.com/     Connect with her online communities: Instagram: @draimie https://www.instagram.com/draimie/   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/draimie/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-aimie-apigian-1b863244  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/draimieapigian     ___   Join our online communities: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/divineelementshealth  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/divineelementsnd/  Website - https://divineelements.ca    Level up your health with a community of like-minded individuals: https://drsjensen.com/    Order Dr. Sonya Jensen ND's new book, Woman Unleashed: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/1953153534/ref=cm_sw_r_fa_dp_25A7NPMQ1JG8BATBWW2S?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&fbclid=IwAR34b8wD9CCPJetVUBe_i4RMPxQsA4ucJGjQ_PZF2d_aICj2tmWB98enEGk 

    Hear us Roar
    146: Kalyn Fogarty- Author of What We Carry

    Hear us Roar

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 27:30


    In this podcast, we discuss how Kalyn suffered a miscarriage a few years ago and sought solace in fiction only to find very few books dealing with this life-changing event. This led to her writing her debut as a way to not only explore her own experience but also reach out to others in the same situation.  She re-wrote her manuscript four times, changing not only tense but point of view, but once finished, was offered a contract from all five of the small presses she queried and signed with one that offered wide distribution through not only on-line outlets like B & N, but placement in independent bookstores as well. Although Kalyn has been writing most of her life, WHAT WE CARRY is her debut women's fiction novel. After suffering a miscarriage in 2017, Kalyn sought to write the book she wanted to read about loss and hope in the wake of grief. She is currently working on her next women's fiction project, EVERYTHING'S STILL THERE which delves into postpartum depression and the unlikely bonds that tie us together. This book releases with Alcove Press on 5/9/23.  Kalyn lives on the south shore of Long Island with her husband, two daughters (3.5 years old and 20 months old) and very large German Shepherd, Layla. By day she is a professional horseback rider and owns her own equestrian business where she trains horses and riders how to jump. The barn has always been Kalyn's happy place and you will see echoes of this in all of her work. Before Kalyn began her career as a rider and author, she studied Biology and Biochemistry at Stonehill College with the intention of attending veterinary school and has worked at both large and small animal clinics in the New England area where she grew up. Instead of heading to vet school, she followed her passions and moved to NY to begin her career on the elite show jumping circuit. She now hopes to find the balance between her two loves- riding and writing- as she embarks on her career as an author. To learn more about Kalyn, click here.  

    The Red Light Report
    The Uncharted Frontier of Women's Biology & Physiology w/ Kayla Osterhoff

    The Red Light Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 41:18


    I am excited because I get to return the favor to this week's guest on The Red Light Report. Years ago and well before BioLight became popular, Kayla Osterhoff, affectionately known as Biocurious Kayla, interviewed me about red light therapy on her podcast, BioCurious. So now I get to pick her brain about women's health, a topic where Kayla is a recognized authority on the subject, being that she is a women's health science expert. The information that Kayla covers is absolutely fascinating and gave me a more well-rounded perspective of women's health. I can virtually guarantee that the females out there will gain some very valuable insight and strategies to thrive and live life to its fullest! Kayla is formally trained across the health sciences with a bachelor of science in health ecology, master of science in public health, and currently pursuing her doctoral degree in the field of neuropsychophysiology. Formerly, she served as a Health Scientist for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and spent several years prior working in the clinical setting.The last several years of her career have been dedicated to researching women's neuropsychology. Kayla's investigative efforts into the brains and minds of women led her to a major discovery about women's unique cognitive and leadership abilities. This discovery is the basis for the Her Biorhythm program and the foundation from which to build your new limitless life! ​Enjoy listening and learning from one of the top women's health experts in the industry — light up your health and enjoy! - Dr. Mike Belkowski and Kayla Osterhoff discuss the following: What she has learned In school about the female biorhythm The mystery of female biology Why women are difficult research subjects Differences between men and women that are being ignored Estrogen and progesterone The 4 stages women go through every month Ways women can optimize the monthly phases Dangers of low-carb and fasting diets for women How there's a time and place for carbs Biohacking tools for women Tuning in and listening to our bodies Avoiding burnout Optimizing red light therapy timing during your monthly phases Her biorhythm certification program - herbiorhythm.com Understanding the female biology and physiology - Watch this episode on YouTube - Where to Find Kayla Osterhoff: Instagram: @biocurious_kayla Website: Herbiorhythm.com Podcast: BioCurious - Recommendations: Book by John Gray: Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus - Where to find the eBook: Red Light Therapy Treatment Protocols eBook - Invest in BioLight:Our crowdfunding campaign on Republic is LIVE! For a limited time, you have an opportunity to invest in and own a piece of BioLight...Click the following link to learn more: BioLight Campaign - To learn more about red light therapy and shop for the highest-quality red light therapy products, visit www.biolight.shop - Stay up-to-date on social media: Instagram YouTube Facebook

    Unstress with Dr Ron Ehrlich
    HEALTHY BITE | Upper Airway - Have You Fulfilled Your Potential?

    Unstress with Dr Ron Ehrlich

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 11:53


    My conversation with Professor Dave Singh earlier this week was a wonderful experience. Dave is not only a dentist and orthodontist but also a published author and a lecturer at Stanford University. When I first met Dave, which was probably ten years ago, he suggested that I read a book, The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton, and I'm very grateful for that. It's an excellent book that everyone should read. In this Healthy Bite, come along as I discuss some of the important takeaways from my conversation with Dave, including the significance of craniofacial development, the significance of nasal breathing, the importance of epigenetics, and a great deal more. ----  You can also watch this episode at https://drronehrlich.com/ ----- TIME TO TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR HEALTH? Join me in my online health programs.  ----- CONNECT WITH ME You can ask questions via social media using my Instagram or Facebook or TikTok or YouTube page. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Tacos and Tech Podcast
    Empowering Educators With Jaclyn Sarnese of elevatEd Classrooms

    Tacos and Tech Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 32:53


    Listen on Apple, Google, Spotify, and other platforms. Jaclyn gives an overview of what elevatEd Classrooms is [02:22] Jaclyn shares her background and where she's from [03:04] What made Jaclyn change her course from Biology to Education? [04:55] Jaclyn shares the first steps she took to pursue her goal and fight for education reform [06:37] Jaclyn talks about the knowledge she gained from being in different states and classrooms, and how she got into Educational Technology [08:48] Jaclyn talks about the patterns she noticed in science teachers' classrooms and the hypothesis she developed [10:48] Jaclyn shares how she got laid off, and she came up with the idea for elevatEd Classrooms [13:49] When did Jaclyn know she was finally ready to go all-in on her business idea and what was the progress like? [17:05] Jaclyn shares what elevatEd Classrooms look like today, and what she's  been working on [21:21] When did Jaclyn know she wanted to be surrounded by other businesses and business resources? How did she learn about Connect All? [25:06] Jaclyn talks about elevatEd Classrooms plans and goals [27:16] Jaclyn shares her favorite taco spot, Taco Surf [29:21] Follow Jaclyn online LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter   elevatEd Classrooms Website | LinkedIn

    BioScience Talks
    Transformative Change to Protect Biodiversity, Climate

    BioScience Talks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 32:45


    We're joined by Dr. Pam McElwee, Professor of Human Ecology at Rutgers University, and Dr. Sarah Diamond, Associate Professor of Biology at Case Western Reserve University. They were here to discuss their recent BioScience article, Governing for Transformative Change across the Biodiversity–Climate–Society Nexus, which describes principles for addressing global environmental crises.The abstract of their article follows.Transformative governance is key to addressing the global environmental crisis. We explore how transformative governance of complex biodiversity–climate–society interactions can be achieved, drawing on the first joint report between the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services to reflect on the current opportunities, barriers, and challenges for transformative governance. We identify principles for transformative governance under a biodiversity–climate–society nexus frame using four case studies: forest ecosystems, marine ecosystems, urban environments, and the Arctic. The principles are focused on creating conditions to build multifunctional interventions, integration, and innovation across scales; coalitions of support; equitable approaches; and positive social tipping dynamics. We posit that building on such transformative governance principles is not only possible but essential to effectively keep climate change within the desired 1.5 degrees Celsius global mean temperature increase, halt the ongoing accelerated decline of global biodiversity, and promote human well-being.

    Natural Resources University
    Episode 81 - Habitat University: 50 Solutions to the Private Lands Challenge: Missouri

    Natural Resources University

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 57:16


    On this episode Adam is joined by Bill White and Lisa Potter from the Missouri Department of Conservation. Join them for a wide-ranging conversation about the MDC private lands program and how 80+ biologists work to get wildlife conservation done on private land.  Help us improve the podcast by taking this Habitat University Listener Feedback Survey: https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5oteinFuEzFCDmm  Resources from the episode: Missouri Private Lands Program - https://mdc.mo.gov/your-property    Enroll now in our free wildland fire course! How has our outreach affect you? (survey) https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9ZdpHVy5wwkAt4q For more information, follow us on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter

    The Productivityist Podcast
    Penelope Przekop talks about 5-Star career: Define and Build Yours Using the Science of Quality Management

    The Productivityist Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 41:41


    Penelope Przekop is a corporate quality management expert, entrepreneur, and author of 5-Star Career: Define and Build Yours Using the Science of Quality Management. She has worked with numerous Fortune 100 pharma companies where she has held many leadership positions and is the founder and CEO of PDC Pharma Strategy, where she also serves as the Chief Compliance Officer for Engrail Therapeutics. If you aren't already impressed, Penelope also earned a BS in Biology from Louisiana State University and an MS in Quality Systems Engineering from Kennesaw State University. She is a graduate of the Smith College Program for Women's Leadership and the Rutgers University Senior Leadership Program for Professional Women. As well as, co-founded Bra in a Box with her daughter in 2018! We dive into her latest book, the science behind quality management, and how to clean your systems so they work for you. Systems don't have to be as scary as they seem and she breaks it all down for us in this episode of A Productive Conversation. Links Worth Exploring Connect with Penelope: Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter  See Penelope's Linktree for quick access to all her articles and interviews Penelope's Book: 5-Star Career: Define and Build Yours Using the Science of Quality Management Related Conversation: Alignment and Automation with Mridu Parikh Related Blog Post: How to Start Pacing Your Productivity Thanks to all of the sponsors of this episode. You can find all of the sponsors you heard me mention on this episode on our Podcast Sponsors page. Want to support the podcast? Beyond checking out our sponsors, you can subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts. Click on any of the links below to make that happen. Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher You can also click on this link to paste the podcast feed into your podcast app of choice. Thanks again for listening to A Productive Conversation. See you later.

    Be Well, Be Keto: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Results!
    #222 Udo Erasmus - The Master Energy

    Be Well, Be Keto: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Results!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 60:09


    Udo Erasmus is a pioneer of the health and wellness industry having created FLAX OIL and the Healthy Fats Movement. He is also the co-founder of the UDO'S CHOICE supplement brand, a global leader in cutting-edge health products having sold tens of millions of bottles of healthy oils, probiotics, and digestive enzymes. Udo is an accomplished author including Fats that Heal Fats that Kill which has sold over 250,000 copies worldwide. Udo has extensive education in Biochemistry and Biology, a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Adler University, and has impacted over 5,000,000+ lives by passionately conducting 5,000+ live presentations, 3,000+ media interviews, 1,500 staff training, and traveling to 40+ countries with his message on how to achieve perfect health.

    That Might Not Be A Real Thing
    Ep 212: Biology Vs. AI

    That Might Not Be A Real Thing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 62:19


    This week Macka brings us the incredible story of the rise of Google's AI.The Candyman has some ideas on Aliens.Kingsley gives us her two cents on the controversial overturning of Rowe vs. WadeAnd we geek out on Star Wars usual.

    The Defining Endurance Podcast from Lifelong Endurance

    A solo episode with Andrew Simmons exploring what causes fatigue, what the effects of fatigue are, and how to best recover. This episode dives into the nitty-gritty into the biology and science involved in building fitness and developing fatigue. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/definingendurance/message

    The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast
    From Low Blood Pressure to Bladder Problems: A Look at Lesser-Known Parkinson's Symptoms (Webinar)

    The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022


    Parkinson's can affect the automatic and involuntary functions our bodies perform, like heartbeat and digestion. In this episode, experts discuss common but lesser-known Parkinson's symptoms — including bladder problems, constipation, low blood pressure and sweating — and what you can do to treat them. Recently diagnosed with Parkinson's? You can play a critical role in the Parkinson's Progression Markers Initiative (PPMI) study. Connect with the PPMI team at michaeljfox.org/podcast-ppmi-sites The online part of PPMI is open to anyone over age 18 in the U.S. Join the study that could change everything at michaeljfox.org/podcast-ppmi Like our podcasts? Please consider leaving a rating or review and sharing the series with your network. apple.co/3p02Jw0

    The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
    Dr Anthony Jay | How Artificial Estrogens Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile, Plus The Benefits of Vitamin D & Cholesterol KKP: 429

    The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 68:02


    Today, I am blessed to have here with me the President and CEO of AJ Consulting Company, Dr. Anthony Jay. Dr. Jay earned a B.A. with a double major in Biology and Theology from Ave Maria University in Naples, Florida, where he researched HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) inhibitors. This is a repeat episode which originally aired on April 19th 2021. After college, he continued to work with virus (lentivirus) in the context of Alzheimer's disease for the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs. Next, Dr. Jay earned his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Boston University School of Medicine, researching fats, hormones, and cholesterol. Dr. Jay has also worked for 3 years as a scientific researcher at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, researching stem cells, epigenetics, and infrared light. Currently, in addition to leading AJCCo, Dr. Jay is a bestselling author of Estrogeneration. Did you know that the water from our faucet is full of birth control? In this episode, Dr. Jay reveals how he found his passion for artificial estrogens. Then, we jump into the importance of getting sunshine every single day. Not only are there loads of mental health benefits, but the UV will help break up toxins under your skin. Then, Dr. Jay talks about cholesterol and all-cause mortality, optimal vitamin D levels, and sunscreen problems. We end the conversation jumping into all things Covid, including face masks and vaccines. Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E   S P ON S O R S  The Beauty & The Broth - High Quality Bone Broth, Concentrated Packets. Visit http://www.thebeautyandthebroth.com  PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Text me +1 (786) 364-5002 [00:20] About Dr. Jay + His Interest In Artificial Estrogens Jay got interested in artificial estrogens way back in college. In college, they told him the water from the faucet was full of birth control. It opened up an entire can of worms. Jay started to recognize fake estrogen chemicals all over the place. So, he compiled a top ten list of these daily exposures and wrote the book You can get the book here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MRAFYZL/benazadi-20  [03:10] The Benefits of Getting Sunshine Every Single Day There are a lot of interesting genetic risks that are dependent on sunshine and basically fixed by getting out in the sun. Sunshine will help increase your body's metabolism. The sun will also help break down toxin removal. Laser removal of tattoos is literally zapping heavy metals. Those heavy metals are in big enough chunks that your immune system cannot clear them. Sunshine will zap the large chunks of heavy metals. Even if you don't have tattoos, the UV will help you break up toxins from under your skin. Jay's favorite benefit is that it increases your body's natural production of melanotan. Plus, sunshine will help combat seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Watch the video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Y-1fsJbd0A [12:25] An Intriguing Study! Total Cholesterol And All-Cause Mortality There's a study called: Total cholesterol and all-cause mortality by sex and age: a prospective cohort study among 12.8 million adults. You can check it out here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-38461-y The research is very clear about optimal levels for total cholesterol. When you get above 200 on your cholesterol, doctors will tell you that you need statins as soon as possible. Jay takes the prescriptions and then throws them out. However, if your blood sugar's above 85, fasted, that's a threefold higher risk of heart disease. Anything above 85 is not considered optimal. Americans will come in at 95, and a cardiologist will ignore that. [16:30] The Optimal Ranges For Your Vitamin D Levels 30 – 70 or 30 – 100 are optimal ranges. The average American is at 30. As soon as you get below 50, you see associations with health issues. For instance, people will suffer from gut issues, chronic fatigue, and depression with those levels. If you are at 200, there is some risk of calcifying your arteries. Keep it between 50 and 100 for optimization. Getting in the sun will bump your levels up to 70 or 80. [19:50] The Issues With Sunscreen - How Safe Is Sunscreen? The main ingredient is oxybenzone. It's a manmade chemical, and it acts like estrogen in your body. You do not want to rub it on your skin. After one application of sunscreen, oxybenzone levels were above the government's safety levels even one week later. The government limits are absurd, anyway! Estrogen chemicals don't kill the cells because they act like estrogen. It will do a lot of weird things to the cell instead. Zinc is an excellent alternative for sunscreen. Check out the products that Dr. Jay uses: https://www.ajconsultingcompany.com/whatiuse.html [24:25] Dr. Jay's Favorite Ways To Optimize Your Immune System   The best way to optimize your immune system is to sleep. Most people are sleep-deprived. Jay will get an hour and a half of deep sleep and an hour and a half of REM sleep. In college, Dr. Jay would sleep three hours a night. He would brag about it! Infrared lights will help you sleep way better. Also, the colder the bedroom, the deeper sleep you will get. Intermittent fasting will also help with your immune system. That way, your cells can take out the trash. Sunshine is another way to improve your immune system. Don't forget to get your skin in the sun – take those shirts off! [36:45] Why You Might Want To Think Twice About The Covid Vaccines When researchers do all these studies for pharmaceutical companies and come out with a drug, they don't actually have to release that study. When someone has an adverse reaction to a drug, the company has to release the study. With vaccines, the companies do not have to release the studies. So, the general public has not been able to see the vaccine study. We cannot see the study on the vaccine; that's a red flag. Also, this vaccine is very experimental. If the chemicals in these vaccines were in cleaning products, we wouldn't use them. [42:20] Unfortunately, The Vaccines Could Be Manipulating Your Epigenetics These vaccines could be messing with our epigenetics. There's a cool epigenetic study where they actually use electricity and zap rats every time they smell cherry blossoms. Cherry blossoms smell good, but the zap gave them an aversion to the blossoms. The offspring of the rats would have a fear response to cherry blossoms. Epigenetics is super powerful.   [45:30] Covid-19 In America: It's Time To Wake The [BLEEP] Up! The only positive lining in this whole Covid thing is it's woken a lot of people up to how much shenanigans goes on behind the scenes. Sadly, scientists are manipulating data. You pick your own peer reviewers – it is easily manipulated. You saw the same thing with the manipulation of Covid numbers. People should have the freedom to get the vaccines, and they should have the freedom not to get the vaccine. We should never blindly accept anything that comes out of pharmaceutical companies. [51:50] How Well Do Face Masks Even Work? Herd Immunity For The Win! If you wear the wrong type of face masks, it can disperse the droplets even more. N95 mask will help people with autoimmune conditions. In fact, they should give them away to those people. Everyone else should not wear masks. We want herd immunity! Herd immunity works, and it's successful. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: Check out AJ Consulting: https://www.ajconsultingcompany.com Follow Dr. Jay Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonygjay/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajconsultingcompany/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkiTp9kSAJ70a5cD-BbNNog Get Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MRAFYZL/benazadi-20 Listen to DNA with DRJ: https://www.ajconsultingcompany.com/dnadrj.html Join theKeto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a WatchKeto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com / / E P I S O D E   S P ON S O R S  The Beauty & The Broth - High Quality Bone Broth, Concentrated Packets. Visit http://www.thebeautyandthebroth.com  PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off.

    The Bird Emergency
    074 Whimbrels in Iceland with Camilo Carneiro

    The Bird Emergency

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 59:45


    Camilo Carniero is a biologist and ecologist and postdoc researcher at the South Iceland Research Centre, after completing a PhD in Biology and Ecology of Global Change; University of Aveiro. His masters thesis was the "Breeding parameters, diet and growth of the Red Heron (Ardea purpurea) in Salreu, Aveiro" and his PhD thesis was about whimbrels in Iceland, titled "Bridging from the arctic to the tropics: implications of long-distance migration to individual fitness." I spoke with Camilo about his long-term observations of the Whimbrels in Iceland, and what it was like to work in a location that many people wish they could visit. Keep up with his latest Twitter posts - https://twitter.com/Camilo_Carneiro Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  You can support the show by making a contribution by buying Grant a coffee here - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency

    The Happy Pear Podcast
    Is your Breathing holding you back? With Patrick McKeown

    The Happy Pear Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 88:20


    “How many people - youngsters going in to do exams, people going to do a public talk…- respond to these stressful situation with hyperventilation, respond with fast, harder breathing, with mouth breathing and with irregular breathing… what is that telling the brain? That it is under threat!”You could say our breathwork journey started 20 years ago when we began yoga, however we only really began to understand the vast and sheer importance of it in the last few years. When we first discover Patrick Mckeown and his work we knew we had to get him on the podcast! This episode is our second attempt at recording with Patrick, our unfortunately ended in technical issues… or was it unfortunate? What was originally planned to be a remote recording resulted in Patrick driving down to us, spending the afternoon with us, having lunch and recording in person. Thank you technology for not always working!Patrick McKeown is one of the world's leading experts on breathing and sleep.Over the last 20 years, he has coached thousands of people to breathe better, to improve their health, mental focus, and sports performance. He has authored bestselling books including Asthma Free Naturally, Close Your Mouth, The Oxygen Advantage and The Breathing Cure, and his research is published in journals including the Journal of Clinical Medicine. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Biology in the UK for his contribution to the fields of breathing and sleep medicine.Patrick is founder of Buteyko Clinic International, the largest Buteyko Breathing Clinic in the world. In 2014, he created his own science-backed breathwork training program, Oxygen Advantage®, which continues to develop in line with his clinical experience as a breathing coach, and with the latest scientific research. He has trained thousands of breathing instructors in both methods.We could have spoken for hours. Patrick's knowledge on breath is (pardon the pun)“breathtaking”! From his back story of overcoming asthma to his extensive knowledge on how breathing affects your anatomy, how you sleep, anxiety, stress, your health and so much more…A great episode! We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.Patrick has also kindly offered 50% off for anyone who uses the promo code HAPPYPEAR50 on either of his books:https://oxygenadvantage.com/atomic-focus/https://oxygenadvantage.com/the-breathing-cure/Lots of love,Dave and SteveTo find out more about Patrick and his work check out: https://buteykoclinic.com and www.oxygenadvantage.comProduced by Sara Fawsitt and Sean Cahill See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Mongabay Newscast
    How marine conservation benefits by blending Indigenous knowledge and western science

    Mongabay Newscast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 41:06


    We discuss the effectiveness of combining traditional Indigenous ecological knowledge and Western science for conservation and restoration initiatives on this episode. Our first guest is Dr. Gary Paul Nabhan, an ethnobotanist at the University of Arizona, who discusses an ancestral food of the Comcaac people in the state of Sonora in Mexico: eelgrass. Nabhan explains how eelgrass is making a big comeback thanks to the people's restoration work, and is retaking its place at the table as a sustainable source of food for the Comcaac community while gaining international culinary attention in the process. Host Mike G. also speaks with Dr. Sara Iverson, a professor of biology at Canada's Dalhousie University, about a research project called Apoqnmatulti'k that aims to better understand the movements of lobster, eel, and tomcod in two important ecosystems on Canada's Atlantic coast. Iverson explains why those study species were chosen by the Mi'kmaq people and why it's so important that the project combines different ways of knowing, including Western science and traditional Indigenous knowledge, which a Mi'kmaq elder dubbed 'two-eyed seeing.' Further reading about Apoqnmatulti'k here: • “In Canada, Indigenous communities and scientists collaborate on marine research” Listen to episode #145 (June 1, 2022) of this podcast to hear about related Indigenous aquaculture traditions via your favorite podcast provider, or here: • “Podcast: Indigenous, ingenious and sustainable aquaculture from the distant past to today” Episode artwork: A conservationist working on a seagrass restoration project. Image courtesy of Seawilding. Please invite your friends to subscribe to the Mongabay Newscast wherever they get podcasts, or download our free app in the Apple App Store or in the Google Store to get access to our latest episodes at your fingertips. If you enjoy the Newscast, please visit www.patreon.com/mongabay to pledge a dollar or more to keep the show growing, Mongabay is a nonprofit media outlet and all support helps! See all our latest news from nature's frontline at Mongabay's homepage: news.mongabay.com or find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by searching for @mongabay. Please share your thoughts and ideas! submissions@mongabay.com.