Family of DNA sequences found in prokaryotic organisms
Lahko bi rekli, da proteini podpirajo tri vogale tiste hiše, katere kompleksnost zajamemo z na videz preprosto besedo življenje. Ne samo, da beljakovine v pretežni meri tvorijo celice in tkiva, še pomembneje je, da pravzaprav predstavljajo temeljni jezik, nekakšno abecedo življenja. Kajti prav prek njihove interakcije poteka vsa signalizacija in se odvijajo vsi ključni življenjski procesi. Tako seveda ni presenetljivo, da so napake in 'komunikacijski šumi' v teh interakcijah lahko pogosto vir težav oziroma bolezni. Pa tudi - na drugi strani -, da se nam z vse bolj poglobljenim razumevanjem teh procesov odpirajo povsem nove možnosti, kako z natančno ciljanim pristopom nasloviti točno določeno problematično mesto v kompleksni proteinski komunikaciji. Poti in možnosti je veliko, v današnjih Podobah znanja pa se bomo podrobneje posvetili t. i. inducirani razgradnji proteinov, ki je v zadnjem obdobju izredno živahno in obetavno področje raziskav. To je tudi področje, na katerem aktivno deluje tudi doc. dr. Izidor Sosič s Fakultete za farmacijo Univerze v Ljubljani.
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Matthew Cobb about the moral history of genetic engineering. They discuss his reasons for writing the book and why one should be worried about genetic engineering. They define genetic engineering and some of the precursor tools before the advent of recombinant DNA. They discuss recombinant DNA, Paul Berg, and Asilomar. They also talk about the genetic history of GMOs, gene editing/CRISPR, the future of genetic engineering, and many more topics. Matthew Cobb is Professor of Zoology at the University of Manchester. He has interests in human and animal behavior and is a well-established science communicator. He is the author of numerous books including the most recent, As Gods: A Moral History of The Genetic Age. Twitter: @matthewcobb This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit convergingdialogues.substack.com
Alysson Muotri discusses modeling Pitt-Hopkins syndrome (PTHS) using stem cells and brain organoids. He shares how rescuing TCF4 expression with CRISPR-mediated epigenetic induction of AAV vector delivery provides a gateway for targeted therapeutics for PTHS and related conditions. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38516]
Alysson Muotri discusses modeling Pitt-Hopkins syndrome (PTHS) using stem cells and brain organoids. He shares how rescuing TCF4 expression with CRISPR-mediated epigenetic induction of AAV vector delivery provides a gateway for targeted therapeutics for PTHS and related conditions. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38516]
After a long Thanksgiving Matt and Bill return to discuss the case of Randall Woodfield, a gifted athlete and prolific killer and rapist whose existence on planet earth is a real head-scratcher. Hopefully in the near future with the help of CRISPR technology we can eradicate this guy's genes from ever popping up again. We break down this sordid real-life plot and get to the bottom of what made Randy Woodfield become the I-5 Killer. Death Row Diaries is the only podcast hosted live from Death Row.
Why is nearly everyone right handed? How do genetically modified crops work? Why do some animals bob their head as they walk? How did stem cells restore people's sight? Why are people so hesitant to use CRISPR? How big are Qatar's air conditioners? Why doesn't honey go off? Dr Chris Smith and Clarence Ford have all the answers... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
Why is nearly everyone right handed? How do genetically modified crops work? Why do some animals bob their head as they walk? How did stem cells restore people's sight? Why are people so hesitant to use CRISPR? How big are Qatar's air conditioners? Why doesn't honey go off? Dr Chris Smith and Clarence Ford have all the answers... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
Dr. Trevor Martin is the CEO and co-founder of Mammoth Biosciences, which addresses challenges across healthcare, agriculture, environmental monitoring, biodefense, and more through discovery of novel CRISPR systems to power the next generation of CRISPR-based synthetic biology products. Ursheet Parikh is a partner at the venture capital firm Mayfield, where he co-leads the Human and Planetary Health investment practice, which includes an investment in Mammoth. In this conversation with Stanford adjunct lecturer Ravi Belani, Martin and Parikh share their advice for building a platform biotech company with staying power.
We live at the time in the only time in human history in which it is possible for a universal ‘mark' to identify every person on Earth. That by itself should stun you. The Mark of the Beast, whatever it will be, will render a person a global citizen under totalitarian control. We would therefore […]
Canary Cry News Talk #562 - 11.18.2022 - Recorded Live to Tape GET PHYGITAL - Nancy Adieu, White House Bali, Billionaire Eugenics, Pharmekeia A Podcast that Deconstructs Mainstream Media News from a Biblical Worldview. Harvard: Index of MSM Ownership (Harvard.edu) Logos Bible: Aliens Demons Doc (feat. Dr. Mike Heiser, Unseen Realm) SHOW NOTES Podcast T- 3:06 Times stamps from dlive. HELLO, RUN DOWN 3:30 V / :24 P NANCY/POLYTICKS 8:54 V / 5:48 P Clip: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announces she will not run for re-election to Democratic leadership in the next Congress (Forbes / Twitter) → Pelosi at SLAC at Stanford, Oct. 2022; “Chips, Chips, Chips!” RABBIT HOLE: Stanford connections; Sunak UK PM, SBF, marxist Richard D. Wolff, Woolsey nom nom, CURRENT Principle Deputy Director for National Intelligence Stacey Dixon etc. DAY JINGLE/PERSONAL/EXEC. 23:54 V / 20:48 P FLIPPY 33:19 V / 30:13 P Tatum building robot arm to help people with deafblindness communicate (TechCrunch) 33 44:55 V / 41:49 P G20 Bali Leaders' Declaration (The White House) TRANSHUMAN/DAYS OF NOAH 58:51 V / 55:45 P Billionaires want to save civilization by having tons of genetically superior kids. Inside the movement to take 'control of human evolution.' (Insider) Note: Strange billionaire transhuman class.Collins family [elite?] CIA's Fritz Springmeier ‘Bloodlines of the Illuminati' PDF, children are numbered embryo's with names like Titan Invictus; Stanford, CRISPR, “Gattaca” mentioned in quote. PARTY TIME 1:29:08 V / 1:26:02 P http://CANARYCRY.PARTY BREAK 1: TREASURE 1:30:39 V / 1:27:33 P https://CanaryCryRadio.com/Support COVID/BEING WATCHED 1:43:01 V / 1:41:55 P Lawsuit, Mass., Google covertly installed COVID ‘spyware' 1M phones (Fox Business) CHINESE NEWS 1:52:09 V / 1:49:53 P Chinese ‘police stations' set up in the U.S. (Reuters) → Flock of sheep has been walking in a circle for 12 days, and nobody knows why: 'Weird' (Yahoo) BREAK 3: TALENT 2:02:00 V / 1:58:54 P PHARMAKEIA 2:26:17 V / 2:23:11 P Scientists have used mushrooms to make biodegradable computer chips (CNN) BREAK 4: TIME END This Episode was Produced By: Executive Producers Christine S** Jimmy M** Producers Jimmy M, James M, Sir Darrin Knight of the Hungry Panda's, Jabree P, Malik W, Tami C, Samantha, DrWhoDunDat, Sir Morv Knight of the Burning Chariots, Jonny Cool, Sir LX Protocol V2 Knight of the Berrean Protocol, Dame Gail Canary Whisperer and Lady of X's and O's, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Veronica D, Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Runksmash Audio Production JonathanF BrotherG Visual Art Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia Sir Darrin Knight of the Hungry Panda's Microfiction Runksmash - His sentence for Removal/Destruction of Corporate Property was handed down swiftly from the Three Powers, Boris The White, Klaus the Arbitrator, and The Dark One, by who's orange hand the punishment was sealed, Permenant Restriction of Transactions CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin TIMESTAPERS Jackie U, Jade Bouncerson, Christine C, Pocojoyo, Joelle S SOCIAL MEDIA DOERS Dame MissG of the OV and Deep Rivers LINKS HELP JAM REMINDERS Clankoniphius ADDITIONAL STORIES Kitten with rare genetic mutation born with two heads (Indy100) Twitter employees locked out of company offices until Monday, reports say (abc7 News) Inside Twitter as ‘mass exodus' of staffers throws platform's future into uncertainty (CNN) → Meta Employees, Security Guards Fired for Hijacking User Accounts (WSJ) (Archive) Investors who 'lost $11 BILLION' in failed FTX sue celebs who endorsed crypto company - including Gisele, Tom Brady and Shaq - as founder SBF admits firm got 'overconfident and careless' (DailyMail) FTX's Bahamas liquidators question the validity of U.S. bankruptcy (Reuters) (Archive) "This Is Unprecedented": Enron Liquidator Overseeing FTX Bankruptcy Speechless: "I Have Never Seen Anything Like This" (ZeroHedge) Toxic Monetary Policy Created The FTX Monster (QTR's Fringe Finance) What is the alleged connection between Sam Bankman-Fried, FTX, Democrats and Ukraine? (Fox News) Climate justice gets harder as world population passes 8 billion (Reuters) (Archive) → (from 2015) Paul Ehrlich Still Pushing Ecological Doomsday (National Review) Ayahuasca blamed for Packers QB poor play, mental issues, landmark study (DailyMail) FDA clears lab-grown meat for human consumption (Yahoo) Cohen, Cooper to still drink amid reports of ‘sober' CNN New Year's broadcast (Indy.co.uk) R's push ahead with Hunter Biden probe despite some warnings from within (ABC) → Clip: Republican House announces Investigation into Hunter Biden → Scientists behind Pfizer's Covid vaccine says flu pandemic only a matter of time (Stat) FTX Bankruptcy filings show disaster “worse than Exxon” (Business Insider)
Experimentation on animals—particularly humans—is often assumed to be a uniquely modern phenomenon. But the ideas and attitudes that encourage biological and medical scientists to experiment on living creatures date from the earliest expressions of Western thought. In Experimenting with Humans and Animals: From Aristotle to CRISPR (Johns Hopkins UP, 2022) (Johns Hopkins UP), Anita Guerrini looks at the history of these practices and examines the philosophical and ethical arguments that justified them. Guerrini discusses key historical episodes in the use of living beings in science and medicine, including the discovery of blood circulation, the development of smallpox and polio vaccines, and recent research in genetics, ecology, and animal behavior. She also explores the rise of the antivivisection movement in Victorian England, the modern animal rights movement, and current debates over gene therapy and genetically engineered animals. We learn how perceptions and understandings of human and animal pain have changed; how ideas of class, race, and gender have defined the human research subject; and that the ethical values of science seldom stray far from the society in which scientists live and work. Thoroughly rewritten and updated, with new material in every chapter, the book emphasizes a broader understanding of experimentation and adds material on gene therapy, self-experimentation, and prisoners and slaves as experimental subjects. A new chapter brings the story up to the present while reflecting on the current regulatory scene, new developments in science, and emerging genomics. Experimenting with Humans and Animals offers readers a context within which to understand more fully the responsibility we all bear for the suffering inflicted on other living beings in the name of scientific knowledge. Anita Guerrini is a historian of science and medicine, recently retired as Horning Professor in the Humanities at Oregon State University, where she's been since 2008. Before that she was a professor of History and Environmental Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She was educated at Connecticut College and Oxford University and received a Ph.D. in History and Philosophy of Science from Indiana University. Callie Smith is a poet and a PhD candidate in English at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Experimentation on animals—particularly humans—is often assumed to be a uniquely modern phenomenon. But the ideas and attitudes that encourage biological and medical scientists to experiment on living creatures date from the earliest expressions of Western thought. In Experimenting with Humans and Animals: From Aristotle to CRISPR (Johns Hopkins UP, 2022) (Johns Hopkins UP), Anita Guerrini looks at the history of these practices and examines the philosophical and ethical arguments that justified them. Guerrini discusses key historical episodes in the use of living beings in science and medicine, including the discovery of blood circulation, the development of smallpox and polio vaccines, and recent research in genetics, ecology, and animal behavior. She also explores the rise of the antivivisection movement in Victorian England, the modern animal rights movement, and current debates over gene therapy and genetically engineered animals. We learn how perceptions and understandings of human and animal pain have changed; how ideas of class, race, and gender have defined the human research subject; and that the ethical values of science seldom stray far from the society in which scientists live and work. Thoroughly rewritten and updated, with new material in every chapter, the book emphasizes a broader understanding of experimentation and adds material on gene therapy, self-experimentation, and prisoners and slaves as experimental subjects. A new chapter brings the story up to the present while reflecting on the current regulatory scene, new developments in science, and emerging genomics. Experimenting with Humans and Animals offers readers a context within which to understand more fully the responsibility we all bear for the suffering inflicted on other living beings in the name of scientific knowledge. Anita Guerrini is a historian of science and medicine, recently retired as Horning Professor in the Humanities at Oregon State University, where she's been since 2008. Before that she was a professor of History and Environmental Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She was educated at Connecticut College and Oxford University and received a Ph.D. in History and Philosophy of Science from Indiana University. Callie Smith is a poet and a PhD candidate in English at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Experimentation on animals—particularly humans—is often assumed to be a uniquely modern phenomenon. But the ideas and attitudes that encourage biological and medical scientists to experiment on living creatures date from the earliest expressions of Western thought. In Experimenting with Humans and Animals: From Aristotle to CRISPR (Johns Hopkins UP, 2022) (Johns Hopkins UP), Anita Guerrini looks at the history of these practices and examines the philosophical and ethical arguments that justified them. Guerrini discusses key historical episodes in the use of living beings in science and medicine, including the discovery of blood circulation, the development of smallpox and polio vaccines, and recent research in genetics, ecology, and animal behavior. She also explores the rise of the antivivisection movement in Victorian England, the modern animal rights movement, and current debates over gene therapy and genetically engineered animals. We learn how perceptions and understandings of human and animal pain have changed; how ideas of class, race, and gender have defined the human research subject; and that the ethical values of science seldom stray far from the society in which scientists live and work. Thoroughly rewritten and updated, with new material in every chapter, the book emphasizes a broader understanding of experimentation and adds material on gene therapy, self-experimentation, and prisoners and slaves as experimental subjects. A new chapter brings the story up to the present while reflecting on the current regulatory scene, new developments in science, and emerging genomics. Experimenting with Humans and Animals offers readers a context within which to understand more fully the responsibility we all bear for the suffering inflicted on other living beings in the name of scientific knowledge. Anita Guerrini is a historian of science and medicine, recently retired as Horning Professor in the Humanities at Oregon State University, where she's been since 2008. Before that she was a professor of History and Environmental Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She was educated at Connecticut College and Oxford University and received a Ph.D. in History and Philosophy of Science from Indiana University. Callie Smith is a poet and a PhD candidate in English at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine
We live at the time in the only time in human history in which it is possible for a universal mark to control a person's every behavior. Consider Australia's new technology being used to control problem gamblers. (Pastor Gene Pensiero)
Andrew For America sat down with Kevin and Brian from It's a Hard Rock Life podcast and had a very entertaining, very long conversation. They talk about music, the military industrial complex, 9/11, punk rock, history, Q anon, the Tavistock Institute, the Rothschild's, the Illuminati, Satanism, ancient aliens, Alex Jones, the importance of buying physical books, the WEF, China, the economy, kids on meds, Kurt Cobain, gene editing, Crispr, Joe Rogan and Spotify, occultism, Aleister Crowley and the musicians that loved him (and his religion Thelema), the alleged Project Bluebeam fake alien invasion that's coming, the institution of a one-world religion, word magic, the compartmentalization of secret information, deepfakes, "died suddenly," thispersondoesnotexist.com, and a whole lot more! Go check out the It's a Hard Rock Life podcast immediately! Visit politicsandpunkrockpodcast.com and buy a t-shirt or donate to the show! Visit altmediaunited.com and check out all the awesome podcasts! Visit allegedlyrecords.com and check out all of the amazing punk rock artists!
Kliniken in den USA haben die Genschere Crispr/Cas eingesetzt, um Tumoren gezielter als bisher zu bekämpfen. Die Mediziner konstruierten die Oberfläche von Immunzellen um, so dass sie Krebszellen besser erkennen. Eine Studie zeigt erste Erfolge.Lange, Michaelwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Forschung aktuellDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
TM News 127 - Twitter Layoffs, Telescope Hacked, Quantum Black Hole, CRISPR Death, Time Traveler...http://www.troubledminds.org Support The Show! https://rokfin.com/creator/troubledminds https://troubledfans.com/ https://patreon.com/troubledminds https://www.buymeacoffee.com/troubledminds https://www.twitch.tv/troubledmindsradio #aliens #conspiracy #paranormal --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Elon Musk lays off Twitter employees, sparking lawsuit and ad boycott : NPRhttps://www.npr.org/2022/11/04/1134263184/twitter-layoffs-elon-muskA Video From 1938 Has People Convinced Of Time Travel. But What The Hell Is Really Going On? | IFLSciencehttps://www.iflscience.com/a-video-from-1938-has-people-convinced-of-time-travel-but-what-the-hell-is-really-going-on-66045OpenAI debuts DALL-E API so devs can integrate its AI artwork into their apps | Ars Technicahttps://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2022/11/openai-debuts-dall-e-api-so-devs-can-integrate-its-ai-artwork-into-their-apps/Hackers Just Took Down One of the World's Most Advanced Telescopeshttps://futurism.com/the-byte/hackers-took-down-alma-telescopesPrivate Japanese Lunar Lander to Launch in Novemberhttps://gizmodo.com/private-japanese-lunar-lander-ispace-commercial-mission-1849727891The complexity of the stream of consciousness | Communications Biologyhttps://www.nature.com/articles/s42003-022-04109-xhttps://bigthink.com/neuropsych/superagers-with-super-memory-have-super-neurons/Surprise! Black holes can behave like quantum particles | Spacehttps://www.space.com/black-holes-have-quantum-properties-studyI Got Leg-Lengthening Surgery for My Acting Careerhttps://www.businessinsider.com/limb-leg-lengthening-surgery-actor-2022-11N-of-1 CRISPR trial ends with a death as nonprofit digs into what happened – Endpoints Newshttps://endpts.com/n-of-1-crispr-trial-ends-with-a-death-as-nonprofit-digs-into-what-happened/A Space Probe Brushed Past a Martian Moon to Take a Peek Inside : ScienceAlerthttps://www.sciencealert.com/a-space-probe-brushed-past-a-martian-moon-to-take-a-peek-inside"Matter" could solve smart homes' biggest problemhttps://www.axios.com/2022/11/04/matter-smart-home-iot-amazon-google-apple-devices“Unexpected” – Scientists Discover an Anti-Aging Mechanismhttps://scitechdaily.com/unexpected-scientists-discover-an-anti-aging-mechanism/The weird way language affects our sense of time and space - BBC Futurehttps://www.bbc.com/future/article/20221103-how-language-warps-the-way-you-perceive-time-and-spaceWoman, 36, with 'one-in-8billion' genes has survived TWELVE tumors could hold key to cancer | Daily Mail Onlinehttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11383367/Woman-36-one-8billion-genes-survived-TWELVE-tumors-hold-key-cancer.htmlWestworld Has Been Canceled by HBOhttps://gizmodo.com/westworld-has-been-canceled-by-hbo-warner-bros-1849745181Sorry, Prey. Black Widows Have Surprisingly Good Memory | WIREDhttps://www.wired.com/story/sorry-prey-black-widows-have-surprisingly-good-memory/Elon Musk tries to distract from Twitter layoffs by claiming advertisers are fleeing the platform - The Vergehttps://www.theverge.com/2022/11/4/23440510/elon-musk-twitter-revenue-drop-advertising-exodusAmazon's Ring doorbell videos make America less safe from crimehttps://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/amazons-ring-doorbell-videos-make-america-less-safe-crime-rcna55143https://parade.com/health/why-some-people-do-not-test-positive-covidHieroglyphs hint that Tutankhamun's tomb hides even greater treasure | News | The Timeshttps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/hieroglyphs-hint-that-king-tutankhamuns-tomb-hides-even-greater-treasure-03qw62qq6https://archive.ph/h9Kav
The ban on snapper fishing was due to end at the start of February next year but it could be extended after a new scientific report shows stocks are still tight, dairy giant, Saputo will shut the Maffra processing facility in Gippsland, a powder line at Leongatha will shut along with cheese packing operations at Mil-Lel in South Australia and researchers at the University of Adelaide have developed a world first proof of concept for the technology called t-CRISPR that would make mice infertile.
In this week's cannabis news we get extremely high and cover the following news stories: Monkey: Recreational marijuana legalization is on the ballot in these states this November | Macky: Birmingham New Street Station suspicious package turns out to be cannabis grinder | Bubble: Dr Brian Walker: politicians are putting their careers before cannabis reform | TG: Israeli company completes cannabis seed shipment to Canada | Marge: Germany maps out its legalization plan. If you have any news stories you would like us to cover on next weeks show, please feel free to get in touch! I hope you enjoyed this episode and as always thank you for downloading and listening to the show.
I USA testes nå verdens første behandling som man håper skal kurere HIV hos alle. Til nå har HIV-pasienter måttet stå på bremsemedisiner resten av livet, men nå testes det ut en ny metode - basert på CRISPR og genredigering - som kan ta knekken på viruset med én behandling! Med overlege Vidar Ormaasen og molekylærbiolog Sigrid Bratlie. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio
In this podcast series on Point of Care and At Home Diagnostic Testing, MIDI's Principal and Co-Founder, Gregory Montalbano, discusses his insight into the current landscape as well as what is in store for the future. Series topics will range from evolving market trends and technology innovations as well as key challenges and unmet opportunities for global health as related to the Point of Care and at-home diagnostic devices. Greg will also showcase current and emerging methods of detection from qPCR to novel CRISPR diagnostic technology whose express purpose is to improve speed, accuracy, quality and access of diagnostic testing. Lastly, the listeners will have the unique opportunity to hear from Greg how technologists and device innovators like MIDI are addressing some of the most key challenges and opportunities within the Point of Care and Home Healthcare diagnostics markets.
Healthcare and medicine have long served as a hotbed of innovation. Perhaps the leading edge these days requires a paradigm shift – think digital therapeutics, Web3, the metaverse, CRISPR, Software as a Medical Device – this is the domain of Neil Littman, Founder & CEO of Bioverge, a highly curated impact-investment venture platform exclusively dedicated to healthcare and to democratizing access to investing in early stage companies and startups. The Bioverge platform serves as a decentralized network linking capital to potential investment opportunities. Neil also hosts, The Bioverge Podcast. Neil talked about his time at the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine and what it was like from both the scientific and business aspects. It was there that he learned that the institutional model of financing and investing could be applied to the retail sector as well. Combining those experiences and what he learned firsthand, lead to his creating the Bioverge platform. Neil discussed that the decentralized network he built provides warm referrals to Bioverge with the goal of linking capital for potential investment opportunities. But they also provide value added services beyond just capital that helps founders and portfolio companies that may need support and expertise along the way. Beyond sourcing deal flow, they conduct due diligence on the investment opportunities by leveraging their network of subject matter experts who also have deep domain expertise. Neil's work is such a great example of “doing well while doing good” by helping to save lives and change the world.
When was the last time a conflict was described as a holy war, with Satanic influences, involving the antichrist and the end of the world? I'm not suggesting that Putin is the antichrist, or that the head of the Russian Orthodox Church is the false prophet. I am saying that the rhetoric coming out of […]
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Jeffrey Smith, the leading spokesperson concerning the dangers of genetically engineered food and microbes, is interviewed by Claude Mayers. The latest imprecise technology of gene-editing is discussed, which is part of what Mr. Smith calls “GMO 2.0.” Resulting mutant microbes and toxic foods threatening our health and that of the planet, are delineated. Cancer-causing chemical poison glyphosate (main ingredient in “Roundup”), sprayed a few days pre-harvest on currently non-GMO wheat, oats, garbanzo beans, etc., without any labelling/indication for the consumer. In addition, it is also sprayed on GMO “Roundup Ready” crops like corn, canola, soy, cottonseed (many of you eat this as an oil that is part of your baked products. The benefits of organic food to avoid these dangers, and heal those adversely affected by their GMO-laden diet, are offered. The cheap availability of gene-editing kits like CRISPR costing as little as $169 for home use, or in high school science classes, then the resulting microbes randomly produced, being flushed down the drain to disperse into our water, soil, and air, is also revealed. The Institute for Responsible Technology is working to protect you & the World from GMOs (and while we're at it, Roundup®...) To find out exactly how we do this and to subscribe to our newsletter visit https://www.responsibletechnology.org/ Join us at Protect Nature Now to Safeguarding Biological Evolution from GMOs 2.0. The place to get critical up to date information, watch our short film and most importantly, learn easy ways for you to take action against this existential threat. Visit: https://protectnaturenow.com/ Watch the film: Secret Ingredients Watch "Don't Let the Gene Out of the Bottle" Get the book: "Seeds of Deception" IG @irtnogmos Facebook @responsibletechnology YouTube @TheInstituteforResponsibleTechinology Twitter @TheInstituteforResponsibleTechnology
“We finally have a way of making an organism resistant to all viruses.” - George Church Gene editing, complete virus resistance, longer healthspans, reversing ageing - these are no longer concepts consigned to the pages of science fiction, but real research that host Bruno Giussani explores in this episode. Jennifer Doudna, who shared the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her foundational work on the gene-editing technology CRISPR, talks about the first 10 years of CRISPR and the possibilities created by its combination with artificial intelligence. George Church, considered the founding father of genomics, shares some of his latest research that could lead to making us resistant to all pathogenic viruses and expand our healthspan. Abasi Ene-Obong, CEO of startup 54Gene in Nigeria, describes his work to make sure African genetic data become better represented in the field. Guests: Jennifer Doudna, George Church, Abasi Ene-Obong Host: Bruno Giussani Production CERN, Geneva: Claudia Marcelloni, Lila Mabiala, Sofia Hurst Whistledown Productions, London: Will Yates and Sandra Kanthal Copyright: CERN, 2022
Graphene has quickly become a biotech buzzword as scientists aim to better connect with biology and usher in a new wave of technological advancements. Outperforming silicon at nearly every turn, graphene is one of the most biocompatible tools for extracting valuable information without disrupting biological systems. “Graphene is a single layer of carbon molecules. Everything in our body is made of carbon. It's the most compatible material we can find that has amazing electronic properties. You can build electronics and conjugate with biology without impacting the biology and without biology impacting it,” says Dr. Kiana Aran, chief scientific officer at Cardea Bio, Keck Graduate Institute associate professor of bioengineering, and founder of the Aran Nebula Foundation. In the latest episode of Bio-IT World's Trends from the Trenches podcast, host Stan Gloss, founder of BioTeam, speaks with Aran about the scientific advantages of merging graphene with modern technology. She also discusses her work in creating graphene-based biological transistors for pathogen detection, CRISPR-based gene editing, and plant genotyping. Finally, Dr. Aran provides an update on the Aran Nebula Foundation, an organization designed to help women in science build their scientific skill sets in preparation for leadership roles.
The totalitarian, global government of the antichrist will enforce its mandates by restricting what a person can buy or sell. This will affect every aspect of life. We have been trending that way for some time. The COVID19 pandemic revealed how easy it is for government to mandate the behaviors they deem necessary, without regard […]
Dreizehn verschiedene Gentherapien sind in Europa bislang zugelassen und an weiteren wird geforscht. Sie können unheilbare Erbkrankheiten erstmals stoppen. Doch es gibt auch immer wieder Rückschläge. [Korrigierte Fassung vom 25.10.2022]
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Gary Bengier is the former Chief Financial Officer of Ebay. Gary was the CFO during the first two rounds of Ebay's public offering. He holds an MBA from Harvard and a philosophy degree from San Francisco State. Gary is the author of multiple books, including Unfettered Journey, a futuristic look at what humanity will look like in 140 years. In the podcast, Gary and I talk about bioengineering, CRISPr gene editing, Artificial Intelligence, Consciousness, Panpsychism, our Economic Future, Robotics, Spirituality, and a whole lot more. And now I give you, Gary Bengier.
What should a newsroom report on? Does journalism know its own purpose? Do we? What ethics should we live by, and why? Samarth Bansal joins Amit Varma in episode 299 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about living the examined life, and asking the fundamental questions. (For full linked show notes, go to SeenUnseen.in.) Also check out: 1. Samarth Bansal on Twitter and his own website. 2. The Interval -- Samarth Bansal's newsletter. 3. Truth Be Told -- Samarth Bansal's Food and Fitness newsletter with Shashank Mehta and others. 4. Journalists refer to themselves as storytellers. Is that a mistake? -- Samarth Bansal. 5. Why the event-oriented structure of news doesn't help in understanding how the world works -- Samarth Bansal. 6. A different way to think about Indian media -- Samarth Bansal. 7. Sugar-coated conspiracies: How ‘publication bias' amplifies half-truths -- Samarth Bansal. 8. How I approach and manage my freelance journalism career -- Samarth Bansal. 9. Thoughts and observations on data journalism in India -- Samarth Bansal. 10. Why I am relearning statistics -- Samarth Bansal. 11. The Wire's TekFog investigation: A futile search for evidence -- Samarth Bansal. 12. Indian pollsters are doing fine. Here is how forecasts work -- Samarth Bansal. 13. Lessons learnt from my 52-week workout streak -- Samarth Bansal. 14. The pursuit of truth with Samarth Bansal -- An interview by In Old News. 15. The Prem Panicker Files -- Episode 217 of The Seen and the Unseen. 16. Amitava Kumar Finds the Breath of Life — Episode 265 of The Seen and the Unseen. 17. Chandrahas Choudhury's Country of Literature -- Episode 288 of The Seen and the Unseen. 18. Rukmini Sees India's Multitudes -- Episode 261 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Rukmini S). 19. The Importance of Data Journalism — Episode 196 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Rukmini S). 20. Pramit Bhattacharya Believes in Just One Ism — Episode 256 of The Seen and the Unseen. 21. The Importance of the 1991 Reforms -- Episode 237 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan and Ajay Shah). 22. Strangers Drowning -- Larissa MacFarquhar. 23. Larissa MacFarquhar on Getting Inside Someone's Head -- Episode 58 of Conversations With Tyler. 24. Dil Dhadakne Do -- Zoya Akhtar. 25. Kapoor & Sons -- Shakun Batra. 26. Why are India's housewives killing themselves? -- Soutik Biswas. 27. Tum Itna Jo Muskura Rahe Ho -- Jagjit Singh's ghazal from Arth. 28. Alice Evans Studies the Great Gender Divergence -- Episode 297 of The Seen and the Unseen. 29. Amit Varma's tweet on winning the Asian Championships of Match Poker. 30. Wanting — Luke Burgis. 31. The Life and Times of Nilanjana Roy -- Episode 284 of The Seen and the Unseen. 32. Dead Poets Society -- Peter Weir. 33. Amusing Ourselves to Death — Neil Postman. 34. Deep Work — Cal Newport. 35. Ira Glass on the Creative Process. 36. The Parable of the Pottery Class. 37. Behave -- Robert Sapolsky. 38. The Biology of Good and Evil -- Robert Sapolsky speaks to Sam Harris in episode 91 of The Making Sense Podcast. 39. Robert Sapolsky's biology lectures on YouTube. 40. The Confidence Gap — Katty Kay and Claire Shipman. 41. The Overconfidence Game -- Episode 6 of Against the Rules with Michael Lewis. 42. Men Explain Things to Me -- Rebecca Solnit. 43. ‘Let Me Interrupt Your Expertise With My Confidence' — New Yorker cartoon by Jason Adam Katzenstein. 44. Free Will on Wikipedia, Brittanica and Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 45. Free Will -- Sam Harris. 46. The Blind Watchmaker -- Richard Dawkins. 47. The CBS 60 Minutes documentary on the Indian Institute of Technology. 48. Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford Commencement Address. 49. A Student's Guide to Startups -- Paul Graham. 50. Paul Graham's essays. 51. Coursera and Udacity. 52. The Last Lecture -- Randy Pausch. 53. The Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect. 54. The Blank Slate — Steven Pinker. 55. The Moral Animal -- Robert Wright. 56. Ezra Klein Interviews Noam Chomsky. 57. Dhanya Rajendran Fights the Gaze -- Episode 267 of The Seen and the Unseen. 58. Tamasha -- Imtiaz Ali. 59. The Turn of the Tortoise -- TN Ninan. 60. Bad Blood -- John Carreyrou. 61. Narendra Modi takes a Great Leap Backwards — Amit Varma (on Demonetisation). 62. Enabled by technology, young Indians show what it means to be a citizen -- Amit Varma. 63. Episodes of The Seen and the Unseen with Aakar Patel: 1, 2. 64. Adults in the Room -- Yanis Varoufakis. 65. Larry Summers at Harvard, Wikipedia, Twitter and his own website. 66. India's 50 Most Powerful People of 2009 -- List by Business Week including, heh, Amit Varma. 67. The theory of the interlocking public. 68. CRISPR gene editing. 69. Genetic Engineering -- Episode 165 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shambhavi Naik). 70. The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz -- Brian Knappenberger. 71. I Hate the News -- Aaron Swartz. 72. Everybody Loves a Good Drought -- P Sainath. 73. Why everyone hates the mainstream media -- Andrew Potter. 74. Income Tax department raids Dainik Bhaskar premises across the country -- The Hindu. 75. Apar Gupta and Internet Freedom Foundation. 76. The Revolt of the Public -- Martin Gurri. 77. The best stats you've ever seen -- Hans Rosling. 79. Lessons from an Ankhon Dekhi Prime Minister — Amit Varma. 80. Introduction to the Human Brain -- Nancy Kanwisher. 81. Future Shock -- Alvin Toffler. 82. The Trial of the Chicago 7 -- Aaron Sorkin. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘Reflection' by Simahina.
In California, Colorado, and elsewhere the stage is being set for an all-invasive, dominating government to control every aspect of human life, just as is depicted in the Revelation. (Pastor Gene Pensiero)
Científicos de la universidad de Stanford (EEUU) han trasplantado organoides de cerebro humano al cerebro de ratas recién nacidas y las neuronas humanas se han integrado e interconectado con las del animal.Con Fernando de Castro, neurocientífico del Instituto Cajal del CSIC, hemos analizado esta investigación, un avance en el uso de los organoides para crear modelos de enfermedades de nuestro sistema nervioso. Hemos informado del éxito de la misión DART. La NASA ha confirmado que la sonda consiguió modificar la órbita del asteroide Dimorphos. Hemos entrevistado a Alberto Casas, investigador del Instituto de Física Teórica del CSIC, autor de "La revolución cuántica" (Ediciones B), un recorrido por la historia, los fundamentos y las aplicaciones de esta disciplina científica. Esther García Pastor nos ha contado que la saliva del gusano de la cera es capaz de degradar el plástico, lo cual puede ser un avance para luchar contra este tipo de contaminación. Con testimonios de Federica Bertocchini, investigadora del CSIC en el Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas Margarita Salas. Lluis Montoliu ha explicado como una de las últimas versiones de la técnica de edición genética CRISPR permite emplear el ADN como si fuera un USB para almacenar información. Trasfoco es una escuela online, con cursos gratuitos, cuyo objetivo es acercar a educadores e investigadores las herramientas audiovisuales y nuevas tecnologías para la difusión de las investigaciones científicas. Nuestra compañera Esther García ha hablado con Ana Sánchez, una de las fundadoras de este proyecto que inició su andadura en España y que actualmente se afinca en Chile. Escuchar audio
Jon and Eric are in Texas, eating brisket. Eric's car insurance is about to spike and Jon's symphony visit takes a medical turn. Eric talks about Ikea Smart Lighting, Jon shares info on the US Airport Website hacks and Thermal Attacks for password discovery. Eric talks about Safer Nuclear Energy and Jon trolls Eric with "Fix Wasps". Finally, can CRISPR be used to cure HIV? 0:00 - Intro 10:54 - Ikea Smart Lighting 15:30 - Airport Websites Taken Down 17:30 - Thermal Attacks 22:55 - Safer Nuclear Energy 26:31 - Fig Wasps 31:14 - Cure HIV using CRISPR
In today's episode, the guys are joined by Emilio Ramos, and they all discuss the idea of transhumanism, which is the integration of technology into human life and experience. Transhumanism is all about how technology can help the advancement of our human lives, and how technology can aid us. The guys discussed wearable examples of this such as the ring doorbell or our smartphones. However, this can become very serious when transhumanism enters posthumanism, which is when technology is used to achieve versions of humans other than what constitutes humans now. Transhumanists are saying that technology will take us to the next stages of evolution and that we can play a part in it. They believe that integrating technology into our bodies will be the next stage. The guys talk through these four stages of posthumanism. Phase one is “wearables” or technology that creates benefits for humans. They gave an example as a pacemaker, which keeps people alive and helps people lead more comfortable lives. The second phase is integration of silicone technology for our health. The hosts mentioned this technology called “CRISPR”, which futurists expect to put an end to diseases such as cancer. The third phase is “enhancements,” where futurists believe scientists will be able to adjust genetic mutations for diseases, but then also mutate genetics for preferences, such as specific eye colors, higher IQ's, etc. They discuss that in this stage, changing genetics will only be available to the elite and to the wealthy. People will not be created equal anymore. The last phase is where these futurists want to transfer our subconsciousness into a computer, virtual reality or an avatar in order to “live forever.” The futurists are saying that technology will give birth to future centiens and not just humans. They also discuss what does it actually mean to be human and what consciousness really is. The guys also talk about how this idea of posthumanism is really humans trying to become like God and how this idea is not really new. Humans have been trying to become like God since the beginning of time. It all started with Satan wanting to become like God and then convincing Eve that she could be like God as well if she ate the fruit. But, we are already like God by being made in the image of God. In the story of Babel, the people tried to build the tower to reach into the heavens, but God destroyed the tower and did not let their plans succeed. Every time we try to be like God, it falls apart because we created something less than good. No matter how much man tries to reach His level, God will always be on His throne in heaven. God is in control and it all comes down to what God will allow to take place. God at some point will take down posthumanism, but no one knows when. The guys wrap up this episode by reassuring Christians that God is not worried and the only way to truly have immortality is in His kingdom forever. Thanks for listening! If you've been helped by this podcast, we'd be grateful if you'd consider subscribing, sharing, and leaving us a comment and 5-star rating! Links:Visit theLiving Waters website to learn more and to access helpful resources!You can find helpful counseling resources atbiblicalcounseling.com.You can connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're thankful for your input!Learn more about the hosts of this podcast.Ray ComfortEmeal (“E.Z.”) ZwayneMark SpenceOs...
In this week's episode, we empathetically address the most recent conversations and documentaries surrounding the current cultural war targeting Women, Children, and those with predispositions to mental illnesses through the normalization of gender dysphoria and a very profitable solution to those in positions of power. We discuss who may be behind this cultural push, why you should care and what you should do about it. Finally, we discuss clips of actual transgender individuals who deeply regret their decisions and the conversation between Tulsi Gabbard and Joe Rogan on the subject. Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Donate to support the show by going to https://givesendgo.com/redpillrevolution Our website https://redpillrevolution.co/ Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad! Go to https://agents.ethoslife.com/invite/3504a now! Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email email@example.com if you would like to sign up in a different state ----more---- Full Transcription Welcome to the Revolution. Hello and welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams and thank you very much for listening today. I appreciate it. We are going to dive right into it today, to this week's episode is going to be on the Met Walsh documentary of What Is a Woman. You heard that right? Um, we're also gonna touch on Joe Rogan, who had a, uh, podcast that came out yesterday also talking about this topic. He gave some of his opinions, talked about some wild stuff, including his friend, uh, who's a teachers, friend's wife who's a teacher having their child. Literally convince a school to put a litter box in a bathroom because they identify as a kitten . This is how crazy society has gotten. Um, so we're gonna dive into all that. There's also some, um, homeland, or I'm sorry, uh, Health and Human Services documents that were really recently released that Joe Rogan and Tulsa Gabbard touched on, um, which is actually a little bit different than what they thought, uh, after I pulled up the document. And we'll walk through all of that today. Um, but thank you so much for listening. I appreciate it so much, and welcome to the Revolution. Welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red Pill Revolution started out with me, realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a child. Religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it. Everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain. 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Um, so head over to Red Pill revolution.co. Um, and there's a couple ways that you can support the podcast there as well. If you want to be a direct supporter, you can actually go to gifts and go.com/red Pill Revolution, um, and support the show directly on there. I appreciate it, again, from the bottom of my heart. Um, let's go ahead and jump into it. So today's episode is gonna be on Matt Walsh's, uh, documentary, which is called What Is a Woman, which is truly the greatest. Title of any documentary ever because within that single title, you can basically corner any single person, um, and, and see them scrounge and start just sweating unbelievably at trying to answer that question. You know, the whole documentary about Matt Walsh. So what he did is he went around the world literally, and I, I love some of Matt Walsh's dry humor. If you don't know him, I believe he's under the Daily Wire banner. And I believe that's where this documentary was released on. But um, so you have to be a subscribing member and it's worth it, you know, if you're going to be complaining about the wokeness of Netflix and Disney and all of the social platforms and big tech companies, you gotta support the good ones, right? You gotta show that with your money. So go ahead. Sign up for Daily Wire. They have documentaries like this. They have TV shows and movies and all this, all this awesome stuff. So, um, definitely, definitely recommend that. So Matt Walsh basically flies all over the country dealing with teachers, um, far or psychologists, psychiatrists, uh, gender studies, teachers or, uh, you know, professors. Um, and then all the way to Africa just to prove a sarcastic point, about this, which I thought was hilarious. He basically flies to Africa, gets him with this tribe that's there and starts asking them questions like, what do you think about somebody who, uh, maybe is born a man but wants to be a woman and just kind of gets, uh, you know, a bunch of weird looks from these tribe members. Um, but it, it is, it, it proves its. This is just so wild that American culture has gotten to this point that we're actually even having this conversation right now is wild. Uh, so go watch the documentary. We're gonna have a couple clips on here. I only poll just what I thought was the most impactful clips to be able to discuss about this. Other than that, we're gonna look at that Joe Rogan Toulie Gaer conversation because there's a few really impactful clips from there as well. Some really crazy stuff. Um, so let's start there. Let's watch this Joe Rogan clip where him and Tossi Gabbard just begin the conversation surrounding this. What is a woman documentary? And here we go. There's a chess game and the the ultimate check made is what's a woman? Yeah. I mean, when you're coming to, with, with wokeness and any, you can identify as a woman, you get to use the female restroom. Like, okay, but what is it? Yeah. What's a woman, you know? Can a man get pregnant? Yes. Okay, well what is it? Can a biological male get pregnant? And then people panic and they start the, the people that identify as a woman, uh, are capable of being pregnant and people that identify as a male are capable of also being pregnant. Like what are he saying? Yeah. What's, say if you identify as a woman, what are you identifying as like, that's the documentary, the Matt Walsh documentary. Exactly. Which is fucking amazing and also amazing that no one's reviewing it. Mm-hmm. , no one, no one's reviewing it. Yep. That documentary is fantastic because Matt Walsh allow, and you can only get it on the Daily Wire, I think, which is unfortunate, but I get it. You know, I get it. The Daily Wire produced it. They want people to sign up and they're creating this alternative platform for content. But that documentary is so good. And like I said, what I think is really important about it too is that basically, He just backs every one of these people into a corner with just that one silly, little really simple conversation. And at the very end of the documentary, he gets an answer from his wife, which is just like the perfect, you know, most readily available answer that any sensible person would come through, come to when asked that question. But just to see all of these people sweat, he goes to women's marches to have these conversations, right? It's like so crazy to see women who are literally there fighting for their own rights, try and justify the transgender woke ideology that is going on here when it, there is no such thing as women's rights when you know, I opposed to this on truth. yesterday. Just a quick little thing about this, which is like there is literally no transgender rights or there is there, I'm sorry. There is no women's rights. If there is, you know, if, if gender is a construct, if being a woman is, is basically brought down to this idea of wearing certain clothes and having your hair a certain way and your nails painted, and the feeling on the inside is all it takes to be a woman, then there's no differentiating factor that allows for equality because, and, and that's the biggest thing with what's going on here too, is that this is like literally an attack on womanhood, right? It's like there's no women coming into men's sports and just beating everybody down or like literally just, you know, tearing up every record ever in college sports, you know, like there is going on with men encroaching upon women's rights. You don't see men getting raped in the men's bathroom by women who are. Believe they're a man. It's not happening. Where this is being, where this attack is going is towards the women of our culture. And that's why you see these women at a women's march, right? A women's equality march where Matt Walsh there is sitting there asking this question. You're sitting here marching for women's rights. Now explain to me just so that we can, and you would think that women would just like rally around this. This is crazy. You don't get to come into my dressing room. You don't get to smash me at my swimming meat meant for women. You don't have a vagina, you don't have a uterus. You cannot bear children, right? You, you, you have higher bone density, you have higher amounts of muscle structure. You know, you have testosterone flowing through your body no matter how many drugs you take. It, it's so unfair to women, right? It's, it's so unfair to women, right? Men are not the ones that this attack is being taken onto and being taken out on. It's all on women. And you see these calls from like the, uh, These women's marches, these, uh, you know, the, what is even the word that I'm looking for? These, um, all of these women's marches where, where people are not even talking about this. They're, in fact, they're defending it, which is crazy. How do you even defend this? How do you defend that when you're sitting there marching for equality? Equality is not getting knocked out by a man, Right? And if, if, and here's the bigger question, right? We get into like the bathroom situation, and we'll see this with the, the furry kid where Joe Rogan talks about this in a second. Um, but there, there's really a couple situations where this really gets weird, right? The, there's situations where it gets weird is, you know, things like sports and things like bathrooms, right? And it's like, it seems like a, a, a, when you watch the documentary, it like really pisses people off when he brings up these things. But it's the most important. Display of what's going on here and the encroachment on women's rights, it's happening in bathrooms, it's happening in dressing rooms and high schools where there's literally in that Louden County situation where two independent girls were sexually assaulted by a transgender woman, um, in separate cases, and the school literally covered for them. And then the mom even came out and said, Oh, well, she should have been able to defend herself better against him. Like, it's so wild. So, so the two situations where you're actually getting this encroachment, the first one being bathrooms. Okay, let's break it down. Why is there separate bathrooms? Why, why do we need separate bathrooms? If, if, if gender is a construct, we don't need separate rooms to walk into to go to the bathroom, right? Why don't we have urinals in the women's bathrooms? Right. And the reason is women need privacy. Women don't need men. Cuz there are some very creepy, aggressive, disgusting, perverted men out there, unfortunately. Right. I wish we could rid them overnight, but unfortunately those are being normalized too. But there is men who are like that, unfortunately. And time will tell you that, go all the way back, every era ever, there's been sexual assault, rape, whatever that has, you know, whatever you want to call it has gone on. And that is a place where it will become very, and has become very prevalent. . So they deserve privacy. They deserve separate changing rooms. They deserve separate locker rooms. They deserve separate bathrooms. And if it wasn't the case, why is there a differentiation in the type of utilities that are even available in the bathrooms compared to from a women's bathroom to a men's bathroom? There's no uals. Urinals. You wanna know why? Because women don't have penises to pull out of their pants and to pee into a urinal. If a woman sat on a urinal, that would be very bizarre and disgusting . And so they are physically incapable of using a urinal properly. And if you can that that's a very impressive skill you have there. So the plumbing is different, right? It's different. That's the reason that we have differentiation differentiations in bathrooms. Why not just make every bathroom a unisex bathroom? Well, because there's creepy men out there and women don't deserve that encroachment on their privacy. That is why. Okay, now when you muddy the waters and you have a six foot five guy coming in with a wig on his head, pulling his penis out in front of a young child, female, that's disgusting. That's gross. It shouldn't happen. And if that was your child, you wouldn't want it either. It's terrible or your wife in there. It's, it's just, it's not how it's meant to be. Okay. So why not have unex bathrooms? There's your answer. There's a differentiation in both the utility of the bathroom and the differentiation in how the privacy should be handled in those situations, and men will take advantage of it. Humans are imperfect. Humans are, you know, not gen like there's, there is bad in certain humans that will have them taking advantage of this. And unless you have a bouncer at each door checking the plumbing of each person that walks in, it doesn't work. There will be, and the only people that will take advantage of that are the ones who shouldn't be. The ones who want to take advantage of it for perverted reasons. And there has been many, many, many cases where this is happening. It's not like I'm just making this up, right? There is absolutely perverted people out there. Go look at the, you know, the hundred, however many thousand cases of people who installed cameras in bathrooms and got arrested for it. There's disgusting people out there and women should be safeguarded from that. And the easy way to do it is put a damn dress on the door and say, if you have a penis, you don't come in here. Let the women have their privacy. Cuz if that was your child in there, that was your wife in there, you would want that too. There's the first one. Okay. Bathrooms solved. We need a differentiation. Okay? The second one is sports. Okay? Now if, again, let's go back to the same argument. If gender is a construct, if gender is just an idea that you have in your head, why not have all sports teams be unex? Why? Why not just have all sports teams be unisex? Why did they even become, come up with a Women's league to begin with? Well, if you look at the 70th place, Olympic Runners, they still smash the records of every woman in the top three at the Olympics. You wanna know why biology? That's why biology is, why there is a reason, a physical reason, the testosterone flowing through your body, the muscle mass, the bone density, all that's involved in that causes men to be, generally speaking, more athletic. Now, there's some women who will beat your ass in the UFC right now, I promise you. , there's some, there's a lot of women out there who will outrun me. I don't run, and even if I did, they'd still be faster than. , but when you get into the highest levels of athleticism, the bodies are generally made up differently in almost every sport. There's a really, really good, um, quote by Serena Williams. Um, I think it was Serena or Venus, pretty sure it was Serena, where she was on a talk show and she talks about playing tennis against like, I don't know who it was, it was like Roger Feder. If he's a tennis player, I'm pretty sure he is . I'm not a huge proponent of tennis. Um, but it basically, she said, you know, it wouldn't even be fair, like if I go play against the number one, you know, the the 14 year old male, I'm gonna get beaten. Right? And it's like, you see that, I don't know if that was the actual quote, but you see that where the women's Olympic soccer teams go play the U 14 men's limp or you know, USA teams, the U 14, the under 14 year olds beat the women's soccer leagues. And that's nothing against women. That's just a biological fact. Now, that's not to say. Again, there's some women who will beat your ass that are in the UFC right now, guarantee it. Probably all of them unless you train. So that's nothing against women, that's just a biological fact. If you decided tomorrow that we're gonna have unisex sports leagues, no sports leagues are gonna be based on sex, because sex is a construct, is just in your brain, no reason to differentiate based on a thought in your head. Why not just have it all be the same thing? Right? There's no W N B A, there's just the ba , I guess that's the nba. There's just the nba, right? No women's leagues. There's no Olympic, you know, differentiations among sex or gender. You know, what would happen is it would all be dominated by men. There would just be only men on the teams, just like there is today. If there was a woman who could play in the nhl, who could be, you know, and there's been like a, a, a goalie, um, that I think it was a backup for at one point or at a pretty high level. Um, but. If it was a thing, they would go, they wouldn't be making $85,000 a year playing in the N W N B A or a hundred, whatever they make. They'd be making a million, 5 million, a hundred million, whatever playing in the leagues that they get paid to do so against the highest level of athletes. It's just a fact. If you made everything unisex, it would be dominated by men in sports. And that is the reason. There's your reason. Let's continue this clip. There's a chess game and the the ultimate check made is you can only get it on the daily wire, I think, which is unfolds. Yeah. And he doesn't And he does it dead pan. Yeah. And it's amazing watching these people just. Twist reality into some weird fucking contortion. It's not, It's like, what are you saying? What, what is a woman? What does it mean? Yeah. It's so revealing. You know, you, you're marching for women's rights, but what does that mean? So if I decide I'm a woman and I go out, you're marching for me. Mm-hmm. , I'm a woman now. Right. So you could just say it. Yeah. Like, we can't have that, That doesn't make sense. And it doesn't mean you can't have trans people. Mm-hmm. . It doesn't mean that. Yeah. You can Most certainly. And it doesn't mean you're against Yes. Anyone. You're not denying anyone's existence either. They, they exist. However, if you want to be pregnant, you must be a biological female. This is science. Mm-hmm. . This is something that we have all studied and looked at and observed. And this is fucking doctrine. Yeah. It's no getting around it. Yeah. If you wanna breed, if you want the egg in the womb, you want the whole thing to happen. The uterus, the baby. Yep. That's a woman. Just cuz you have a fucking beard cuz you're taking testosterone, You're still a woman. Yeah. Like this is crazy. And that, and that's what was so powerful about that documentary was both Matt Walsh's demeanor and frankly his respect with whoever he was questioning. And the spectrum of people that he spoke to on this. Yes. From, you know, psychiatrists, psychologists, doctors, professors, and even, uh, the woman who transitioned hormonally cause terrible regret. Become a man who has like, crying on camera. That's the, that's the problem in this country when, you know, everyone wants to talk about representation. Here's what's not represented at all in the mainstream media. People that have had a horrible experience having gender transition surgery and regret it deeply. Yeah. There's a lot of them. Mm-hmm. . It's not a small amount, it's a lot of people. Yeah. It's, it's not, A cut and dry thing. Look, if there was a way where we had some sort of genetic engineering where, you know, some super advanced form of CRISPR where uh, I could just decide I want to be a woman now, and then bam, now I have a double X chromosome, I have a vagina, I'm a actual woman. Mm-hmm. like 100% not surgery. And here's the other thing. It's like if you're saying that you identify as a woman, that you're a woman, okay, why do you have to get an operation then? Right? What, Why do you have to take hormones? Right? Like, why do you have to do all that stuff? And that stuff seems to be where all the problem lies, because that is purely experimental. Yeah. Especially when it comes to children. Like we're now finding, when they're talking about hormone blockers, they were saying hormone blockers are reversible and there's no side effects. That's not true at all. They're finding horrific side effects for kids to take those things. Right. And we don't have a lot of long term data. We just. And that was one of the most disgusting things I've ever heard of in this documentary was this woman who's sitting in front of him saying that, you know, when we go ahead and we do these types of hormone blockers, it's basically just like putting, you know, putting the song on pause. And when you go ahead and wanna start that puberty again, whether you're 20 or 30 or 50, we just press play on the song. And eventually you just go through puberty. Just normally. No, that's not how that works. That's not the science behind it, That's not the scientific studies behind it. That is not how it works at all. And they talk about a couple things here that I really wanted to touch on from this documentary, which is the horrific case of this woman. Who went through transition, went through bottom surgery, went through all of this to transition into being, to try to look like a man, um, to reaffirm their identity and just horribly regrets it. And you hear about all the things in terrible things that they go through. And, and maybe we'll just jump into that here, but it's like, it's heartbreaking. I've never seen this story touched on this, and he said that too, this like, they're so far mis unrepresented and, and we're going to see the effects of this, these gender affirming surgeries and hormone blockers and chemical castrations. We're going to see the effects of this on our children. This experimentation, just like they experimented on the general public with. mRNA, you know, um, vaccinations, uh, gene therapies that they did on everybody. Um, just like we're gonna see the effects of that. We already are in some ways on people with very high levels of, of myocarditis, but we're going to see the effects of that. We're gonna see it in the effects of, in five, 10 years from now, we're really gonna see it ramp up and even worse than 20, 30 years from now. But by then, you're gonna be so far gas lit by the government that you won't even remember the pandemic. Right. But whatever that's not gonna happen is when you transitioned a seven year old child who liked to play with cars, and you gave them chemical chemicals to turn them into a man by giving them testosterone Oh. And then took skin off of their arm and turned their, or internal parts into a like visual aesthetic seeming. Genital like it, it's horrific. We're gonna see the effects on mental health. We're gonna see the effects on physical health. We're gonna see the rejections of these chemicals. Like women have superpowers in their body. It's the only thing that's connected to the earth in the way that it's cyclical, right? They have these cycles. That is a period that can literally, if you, I've said this before, if you lock a woman in a room without a window, she will be able to generally tell you how long for a month because of her cycle. And that's just how they're so far in tuned with the universe and the world that their body is literally on a timer. Right. They need these things to happen. This the cycle that their body is supposed to go through. And then again, when you interject these things into that and you take away that cycle from happening, what are the implications of that? And we don't know. And they're trying to act like they do because each one of these surgeries is worth unbelievable amounts of money every time they go through this and, and decide that a child needs these things. It's an unbelievable amount of money for the healthcare systems. And we'll talk about that too. But this horror story, this horror story of, of this woman trying to become a man is just one of the most heartbreaking things. And I, and I have compassion for people, like a real severe amount of compassion for people who have this gender dysphoria. I can't imagine, like I've dealt with mental health issues before. I've dealt with anxiety, I've dealt with depression. I can't imagine being so far dissociated from my body that I don't even believe that I'm a man anymore. like that must just be, it must really hurt. You must be so hurt on the inside to feel that way. And I truly, honestly have a lot of empathy for somebody who's going through that level of, uh, existential internal mental health issues. That's terrible. It's horrible and, and I, I hope you figure that out. But I don't think this is the route. I don't think it's by chemically castrating you. I don't think it's by taking skin from your forearm and, and aesthetically making it seem like you have a penis. I don't think it's by, you know, stifling your puberty at 12 years old. I, that is only going to further the mental health issues and further arise physical issues down the road. Physical health issue. That's all that's gonna come of this is your fir. Like nobody comes to a, a psychiatrist with schizophrenia that believes they're being chased by purple monsters. And then the, the, the whole world has to pretend like this purple monster is actually following them so they don't feel crazy. That's, that's literally what we're doing here. We're reaffirming a mental health issue. We're reaffirming gender dysphoria and, and making them feel like what they're going through. You know, we're just curating the world in a padded way so they can experience this and not only just experience it because the amount of people, like, there's this article that came up that says Montgomery School, Sorry. 582% increase in reported gender nonconforming students over two years. Data shows, and this is coming from common ground studios, this says that Maryland's largest public school district saw a 582% increase in the number of students identifying as gender nonconforming. In two years. During the 2019 to 2022 school year, a total of 35 students reported gender nonconformity to a counselor, including four elementary students, 19 middle school students, and 12 high school. So as you see their data wise, it's affecting that middle of school aged the most, which is when you're going through puberty, of course, you're like, What the fuck is happening to my body? , Why am I experiencing these things? I don't wanna have a period, I don't want to have a random erection in the middle of school. Like, it's not, not, It's like, yeah, everybody went through puberty too. And it's like, it's weird and your body's trying to get used to these things and it's uncomfortable at moments and like you're trying to figure out who you are in the world and like orient yourself in a positive direction and you're trying to seem, you know, feel. Like, a lot of this is about feeling, uh, noticed by the world, right? When you're 12, 13, 14 years old, you know, some people would wear wild outfits to school, right? Because they wanna be seen, they wanna feel, they want their existence validated. And how that's happening today is in these wild, weird ways, right? Like, if you can become a protected class of citizens, especially if you're like a straight male, straight white male , like you have no physical protections from, from everybody calling you, you know, whatever name ever, And being racist and sexist and, and bigoted towards you, you know, if you could just go like, Eh, I'm feeling like a woman. That gives you that sense of like protected classness, right? That like superpower of nope, now nobody can say anything negative about me ever. Or else they'll get banned and sent to the principal and put in jail literally in Canada for not using the correct pronouns. It's so crazy. And that all over middle schoolers who want to feel noticed by the world and some who go on to high school that want the same things. And you see that in this like next clip in Joe Rogan's conversation with Tosi Gabbard here, where you get to these like where does this end? Cuz we're just beginning in this process of, of dis I identifying ourselves is, is having, you know, personalities and gender and so let's see where this goes. When you get to the craziest parts of being trans, this is where we get. Like we know children are incredibly malleable. We know children are impulsive. They, they decide like there's kids ready for this. My friend, his wife is a school teacher and she works at a school that had to install a litter box in the girls' room because there is a girl who's a furry Oh, who identifies as an animal and her mother badged the school until they agreed to put a litter box in one of the stalls. Yeah. So this girl goes into the litter room or to the, the girl's room and urinates or whatever. I don't know if she poops in it. That's pretty gross. . You know what I mean? Like if you could teach your cat, By the way, here's the thing. If you could teach your, To use the toilet. You would? Mm-hmm. . Okay. Yeah. Like you don't want a box of piss in your house. It's the worst. I've had cats my whole life. . It's the worst thing about having cats. You gotta clean that box of piss every day. Yeah. Like it's the greatest thing about dogs, they go outside like, is you, You're a fucking heal. The cats got their humans trained Imagine how crazy that is. You're a fucking human being and you prefer a litter box. You want to piss into a pile of sand rather than use a bathroom. Yeah. That you could flush the toilet. Wipe yourself like a normal person. Like you're so crazy with what you think an animal is that not all of you said this, but you've conned the school Yeah. Into putting this fucking litter box. That's so wild, and that's where the shit is going, right? The whole idea behind this is just ridding the world of their identity, right? Is getting rid of who you are and making you a number. You don't have a gender, you don't have a, a sexual orientation. None of it's real. Everything's fluid. Everything's non-binary. You have no identity and therefore you belong to the government. Therefore, you, you have no sense of self and all you are is a human and your cattle with a number on you. It's, And so that's where it gets, that's where you go. And even Matt Walsh in the documentary had a, uh, somebody who identified as like a wear wolf. And you see the how, like, again, just how deep of mental health issues these people are dealing with is this wear wolf self crazy weird man. Woman wear Wolf basically said that, Oh, I watched a Japanese, I watched a Japanese cartoon in high school, and I just thought, Man, that's really me. I'm an, I'm a animated wear wolf with blue hair. Like, Ugh, man. Just something about that really resonates with me and now I'm gonna be that for the rest of my life. And so it, it gets it. There's no ending this. Right. That's the difficulty with progressivism is that when do you just go, I think we're good. I don't think we need to have children. Poop and litter boxes in our schools. I don't know if that's a necessary thing for us. Maybe we'll pass on that one. May, maybe we can stick with some core general values for our families, you know, in our children. Maybe that's a good, a good start. Okay. Now, and when we get to this, like Tosi Gabbard talks about this and, and where she's, she's actually wrong in this in some way, but I'll explain what she means and I'll explain where it's coming from. Um, but there's another clip where Tulsi Gabbard brings this up and talks about a health and human services document that outlines according to her, the fact that, um, if you do not affirm your child's gender identity through these chemical castrations and surgeries, then you can be called on by cps. So I haven't found that document. The document that I found that was called what she said this document was called, actually talked about something different. But let's watch this clip. Let's listen to it. Um, just wanted to frame that for you a little bit before you get all up in arms. Um, and there's a actually some. Percent of realness to this and, but it's just not here. So let, let's watch this and then we'll talk about this too. The worst thing that, I don't know how well known this is, but I saw a brochure that, um, that, uh, the Department of of Health and Human Services put out on what is gender affirming care. Um, it basically says that if parents refuse or fail to provide this gender affirming care, then Child Protective Services will have the authority to step in and try to intervene for the sake of the child. Wow. And so when you look at, Wow, what, So if a kid is just going through a period in their life where they decide, I'm a girl or I'm a boy, right? And the parents say, Hey, let's wait until you turn 18. You might grow out of this. And the kid's like, Fuck that. I'm calling Child Protective Services. Yeah. And then Homeland Security or whoever the hell it is, comes in and physically forces the parents. to do the bidding of the minor child with the threat of taking your child away from you. How did anybody allow it to get this far? Like who are there no adults in the room. I mean, that's a big expression, right? It is. That was the thing that they, everyone said that we were gonna allow. So here's the reality. Tulsa GA is wrong there, but the reality of it is basically worse. So I pulled up this document here and I'm gonna pull it up and I'm gonna walk you guys through it. It's through the Health and Human Services document. It's titled HHS Noticing Guidance on Gender Reaffirming Care, Civil Rights, and Patient Privacy. This is what I believe she's referencing. There might be a document that I just couldn't find on this, um, but I believe this is the document that she's referencing, and in my opinion, it's even worse. What the document's actually doing. And I'll, I'll read it to you here and then we'll, we'll kind of, I'll, I'll give you a summary, but it says that the department, um, the Department of Health and Human Services stands with transgender and gender nonconforming youth and their families in a significant majority of expert medical associations in unequivocally stating that gender affirming care for minors when medically appropriate and necessary, improves their physical and mental health attempts to restrict, challenge or falsely characterize this potential life saving care as abuse is dangerous attempts, uh, such attempts block parents from making critical healthcare decisions for their children, create a chilling effect on healthcare providers who are necessary to provide care for these youth, and ultimately, negatively impact the health and wellbeing of transgender and gender nonconforming youth. The HHS Office for Civil Rights will continue working to ensure this transgender and gender nonconforming youth are able to access healthcare free from the burden of discrimination. HHS understands that the families and healthcare providers are facing fear and concerns about attempting to portray gender affirming care's abuse. And this was following a Texas legislation move to make it so it was abuse when they were doing these types of surgeries and chemical castrations on children. So this was basically in response to that Texas, uh, legislation. Um, but it goes on to say, to help these families and providers navigate these concerns, uh, we are providing additional information on federal civil right protections and federal health privacy laws that apply to gender affirming care. All right, so the next page goes on to explain what they're doing with this. And it says that it enforces and prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in any program or activity. Receiving federal financial assistance sex section 1557 protects the right of individuals to access the healthcare programs and activities of recipients of federal financial assistance without facing discrimination on the basis of sex, which includes discrimination on the basis of gender identity. How does sex and gendered identity, if, if you believe in gender, I gender identity, that means you don't believe in biological sex. So how can that mean that it literally means the exact opposite ? If anything, the, the identification or the acceptance of gender identity completely negates the idea of sex. So no physically and legally that that should not hold up. In, in court it says that categorically refusing to provide treatment to an individual based on their gender identity is prohibited. Discrimination. Similarly, federally funded covered entities restricting an individual's ability to receive medically necessary care, including gender affirming care from their healthcare providers solely on the basis of their sex assign at birth or gender identity likely violates 1557. I like how they say likely, but it doesn't because sex and gender identity are antons. Gender identity means that sex does not. Biologically exist. It means that you do not I. That's why when you ask somebody what is a woman, they won't tell you because they don't want to, They don't want to make sex a real thing. They want gender identity to be a real thing. How do you feel today? Do you feel like if you look down your pants that you got a vagina? No. Okay, then you're a man no matter what's actually down there when you look. No. Cuz there's a reality. And that's one thing that these people said in this documentary is like, Well, whose reality is it? Their reality? No. You know whose truth is it? Your truth or their truth? How about the truth of when I dig up your body 500 years from now, I can run a test and see if you're a man or a woman? Hmm. And every time he asks that question, what is a woman? Every single one of these people responded with a, A woman is somebody who identifies as a woman. A woman is somebody who believes they're a woman. A woman is somebody who believes that in their heart and their soul, that they are a woman. And then he finally asked this like gender sex professor or whatever specialist, he asked him, Can you define what a woman is without using the word woman in it, your definition? And the guy just looks completely dumbfounded, like has no answer for that. Like he spent a hundred thousand dollars, It gets paid $90,000 a year to teach the subject and cannot define a woman or what a woman is without physically using the word woman. And when you get to the end of the documentary, you see Matt Walsh's wife perfectly explain it. A woman, A woman is a adult human, female, adult, human female. Not that hard. Very, very simple. It's the most direct way that you can describe that ever. It's not that hard to answer these questions, but instead you see these people just sweating over the mental gymnastics of trying to figure out how to answer that question. So what this document is saying by Health and Human Services is basically if a doctor refuses to do gender referring care, they are no longer going to be eligible for federal grants, subsidies and income. And even further, they can be potentially liable. It says here HIPAA and, and, and shows them how to shell themselves from letting the state know, in this case Texas know that this child's receiving this care under HIPAA laws. So they're trying to like cover for this. So I'll, I'll look one more time and see if we can find anything at all that's remote to her conversation on this having to do with parents in child protective services. But from what I found with the name of the document that she gave, , there's no such doc. I, I just didn't see the document that she's referring to. Um, so let's try it. We'll go ahead and look up gender affirming hhs, cps, Child Protective Services, Trans Gender. Okay, let's see if we can find that. Texas Governor calls on citizens to report parents statement by HHS Secretary Javier Pira reaffirming their statement and support for q i. Youth, uh, HHS is releasing guidance to state child welfare welfare agencies through the information memorandum. That makes it clear that states should use their child welfare systems to advance. HHS is also receiving guidance PDF on patient privacy clarifying. Despite the Texas government's threats, healthcare providers are not required to disclose patient private information on gender affirming care. HHS also issued a guidance making clear that denials of healthcare based on gender identity are illegal as it is restricting doctors and healthcare providers from providing care because of the patient's gender identity. The secretary also called on the HHS to explore all options to protect kids, their parents, caretakers, and families. And it will also ensure that families and healthcare providers in Texas are aware of all the resources available to them. So let's look at this one other document, which is the, uh, making clear that denials of healthcare based on gender identity are illegal. That's the document that we just got into. So basically it's threatening all doctors that if they do not do these surgeries, if they do not fall in line with these liberal woke ideology, that a seven year old, a six year old, a five year old, a three yearold that likes to play with cars, should go through chemical and surgical transition of what their sex is potentially leading to life altering horrific outcomes, as we will see here in just a minute. And that's what's so frustrating about this, is this is and where nobody, nobody had a problem with this. Like, if you want to, if you wanna pretend you're a bird and jump off of a, the Empire State Building and flap your wings and see if you can fly, I don't care. Do what you wanna do. But the second thing, you wanna push this ideology onto my child. In schools. The second that you wanna make these, the number one book that you're putting out in, in Barnes and Nobles, you know, trying to push these ideologies onto my children, that's when we're gonna have a problem. You can, you can jump off the Empire State Building and pretend you're a bird. I don't care. You're not gonna fly. I'll tell you that. Just like if you're a, you're a woman or you're a man who wants to become a woman, you're not gonna get pregnant. I promise you that. Doesn't work that way. Does not work that way. So that's the biggest problem, is they're not just going after, you know, trying, They're not pushing for equality. Right. And that's what you saw with a 500% increase in children that are identifying in some way as like trans or gender fluid, whatever, you know, That means what we're seeing is that this, this becomes a new, like a new social. Coolness, a new protected class for these middle schoolers and high schoolers and elementary school kids. And you're, they're pushing this ideology in a way, in a way that they make it seem cool. They make it seem like that's what you should wanna do in that, Oh, you're, you're now the cool kid in school if you wear blue hair and pretend that you're a boy. And that's not the case. And that's what's causing, you know, mental illness is now being expressed in a way, in what is now normal. Right. There's a reason there. It's not that there is 100% not that there was all these transgender kids who were just, you know, pushing their real identity down in, in beneath the surface. No, it's because this is literally a topic in every conversation everywhere right now about being trans. They're literally doing lap dances on six year olds and, and all the other gross things that you see going on in, in these, you know, uh, what are these, uh, you know, whatever you see on the streets and, and in these, you know, drag shows and all of that disgusting, you know, things, they're pushing on two children, these literal sex shows. It's, it's horrific. And, and nobody would've cared if you were looking for equality. You're not looking for equality anymore. You're looking to push your ideology onto our children and then through that force them to get medical and surgical things enforced upon them that make you profits. At the end of the day, I believe this is about profitability, and I believe this is about destabilization of the American identity and. That's what I believe. And in that Joe Rogan interview, something that he asked Tosi ga is like, Well, do you think that this is on purpose? Or do you think that this is, you know, kind of happenstance. Joe Rogan says that he believes that this is some sort of mental virus and that it's just, it's just happening. It's catching on like a fire, like wildfire going through the, you know, whatever. But no, I, I don't believe that. And he asked Tosey gapper, if you think that this is systematic and strategic, who do you think is doing this? You know, the same people that are, you know, when they talk about maps, the minor attracted people who is doing this, who is trying to normalize this. Why would they try to do that? They would never do that. There's nobody bad enough out there to do that. I don't know, maybe the elite pedophiles who were on Epstein's list that they still have yet to release. You know, all of the politicians, all of the elites in Hollywood that were literally child predators, maybe those are the ones that are trying to normalize these things. Maybe those are the ones who are trying to sexualize our children in elementary schools. Maybe those people with all the money and the wealth and the power that were flying out to islands, like they're, you know, with the, you know, worst person in the world to do the worst things in the world, to innocent children who literally cannot physically consent. Maybe those are the ones who are behind this. Maybe those are the ones pushing these ideologies through the academic societies, which is then being pedaled through Hollywood, right? All of these things are interconnected, all of it, Hollywood, academia, politics, all of it. And they're intertwined with the big money, right? And you see that, you know, um, what's going on with Disney? Disney pushing this ideology in, in the Baymax show where I talked about that, the transgender, you know, Oh, I use the, the, I like pads. If you remember that, that clip that I did, you know, the, the, the robot asking, where do I get, what type of tampon should I choose for this person and this man with a trans shirt on? And they, they mo or show meant for three to seven year olds because it's on the child's side of Disney, says that they like to use pads trying to disorient my child's view on identity from three to seven years old. There's the Hollywood aspect of it. Then you already see the academia aspect of it and all of the people pushing for these, the pushing out the grants that are funding the scientific studies and research that only get published if they are in line with it. They wanted to fund them for it to begin with. The same people that are funding the lobbyists, the same people that are flying private jets to Epstein's Island, those are the ones who are behind this. Absolutely 100%. Absolutely. This is a strategic attack on the next generation and our children to normalize pedophilia, to normalize gender dysphoria, to normalize the sexualization of our children because they're predators. That's who I think is doing this. Absolutely. 100%. So let's see how this plays out. Let's see how these people actually get affected, because this, to me, from that documentary was the most impactful three minutes or so, and hearing the story of one of these people that went through one of these horrific mental difficulties and decided to take the easy button that everybody was giving them of transitioning thinking it was what's at best in their, in their interest, when in reality it was what was just best for the pocketbook of the people doing the surgeries. So let's go ahead and take a look at this. When psychologists or somebody that I was in love with or whatever, said that I was in the wrong body, I started to think, Well, maybe I am. I'm a biological woman that medically transitioned to a peer like a male through synthetic hormones and surgery. I will never be a man. Is it transphobic for me to tell the truth? Why is it then a couple hundred years from now, if you dug up my body, they're gonna go, Yep. That was a woman had babies. Can you tell me about the procedures that you, you had? I've had seven surgeries. I've had one stress heart attack. I've had a helicopter life ride, uh, with a pulmonary embolism. I've had, uh, 17 rounds of antibiotics. I had six inches of hair on the inside of my urethra for 17 months. Nobody would help me, including the doctor that did this to me cuz I lost my insurance. I get infections every three to four months. I'm probably not gonna live very long. Was there any real discussion of the risks and the side effects and No. No, there's not. And I know that people want to think that there is, but there's not. The truth is, is that medical transition is experimental. We have, um, studies that said that medical transition helps mental health, helps mental health with kids. They've all been retracted, modified changed. But the only long term study tells us seven to 10 years is when transgender people are the most suicidal after, after surgery. But that's transphobic to say for the first time in history. A marginalized group has a huge dollar sign on the top of their head. We have. And you wanna know how much that dollar sign is, because this baffled me too. But first of all, you, like I said earlier, this is not, this is not an attack on the people who are experiencing this, truthfully, Right? Not the people who are jumping on this train, this trend so that they can be a protected class and and feel unique. This is talking about the people who were defined in the DSM five 20 years ago, or 15 years ago when it was designed, which is also crazy that the DSM five was only made in like, I don't know, what was it, like the seventies or the eighties or like the nineties . What? Let's look it up. When was the DSM five made? Cause I think it's so much earlier than. , the original one, um, that was made is so much earlier, Diagnostic and statistic manual on mental disorders. Um, 1952. This says, So literally for the only, like the last 70 years we've been even starting to try to understand mental illness. And I think we have a totally wrong in a lot of senses. Um, but gender dysphoria has been being treated for a very long time. And to understand that there are people who believe this and, and get so far into that dissociation from their body and their mental space, that they feel these things, and that's very real. And I, I can't imagine what that must feel like to, to physically not even want to be in the body that you were given. Um, I feel very much empathy for those people, and that must be a very difficult thing to struggle with. And to also now have society and culture literally looking to profit. On you based off of that difficulty and not help you. These things are not helping you. You getting literally skin ripped off of your arm and turned into an aesthetic looking genitalia between your legs and completely closing off the one that you had is not normal. It's not gonna help anything. It's not gonna, it's definitely not gonna help your mental space. Taking testosterone treatments is not gonna help your mental state. It's gonna literally wreak havoc on your body's normal, normal way of surviving, of, of how you were designed to deal with these things and, and, and make your mental struggles so much worse. And like he said, seven to 10 years after transition, medical transition is when you see the most rates of the highest rates of suicide, not before, after. And they go, Oh, well, they were just so difficult to deal with from the very beginning that they had this di No, it was drugs that you gave them. It was the difficulties, like she said, like, Oh my gosh, just horrible, horrible experience. And so here is the price tag on each one of these children's heads that they're going after for these things. Every child that they convince is, is transgender. And in need of medical transition, it generates 1.3 million to pharma. And we're believing a pharmaceutical company, Lupron hormone blockers reversible. So they say, Well, the truth is isn't that in 2003, Lupron was sued and deemed a criminal enterprise by the US government. They paid the most fine of any pharmaceutical company at that time, $874 million wrote a check. Is Lupron Chemical Castration? Yes. We're giving it to pedophiles, aren't we? We're giving it to people that are dying and we're giving it to kids, telling them that they were born in the wrong body and it's completely safe. One of the drugs used as Lupron, right? Mm-hmm. has actually been used to chemically castrate sex offenders. You know what? I'm not sure that we should continue with this interview because it's, and that's the response that he gets when he, and he literally pulls up the medical definition of chemical castration, and it's just the, the elimination of, or, or, uh, of free, uh, androgen and testosterone in the body through chemical. It's not like they're pouring acid on your genitals. It's like, gosh, it's just, it's hurting everybody. And the only people that are profiting off of this are the hospitals that are doing these surgeries, are the psychiatrists who are disguising this advice. , as you know, help to your children. And really it's just about profitability and making them feel special. It's horrible. It's terrible. And the fact that our society is even getting to a point where we have to address this in this way is so ridiculous. And I think from my perspective where we're going with this, it's only escalating. And who knows in five years from now, maybe literally every bathroom is going to have a litter box in it. Because we kept going down this weird ass path of confirming people's in, in PAing, the world around people's mental disorders to where we allow them to believe that there are a kitty cat who should be in this high school bathroom using a litter box. It's so crazy. I, it's so crazy that I even have to have this conversation. Um, but I did just kind of wanna update you guys, not even update you guys. I wanted, I wanted to bring that up. I want, I want you to go watch that documentary. I, I truly think it's a, one of the most impactful documentaries put out in the last few years. Um, it's very well done. It, it's not, um, click be or, Anyway, I appreciate his dry sarcasm, flying all the way to Africa just to prove a sarcastic point that these tribesmen would never be for this and how crazy our society has gotten. Um, but go watch documentary, Uh, go check it out. Um, highly, highly recommend it. And, you know, maybe go listen to that full interview with Joe Rogan and Tulsi GA was an interesting one. Um, but anyways, um, you know, Uh, this, this is where we're at and, and I think it's important to bring up these conversations. I think it's important to identify that this is mostly an attack on women and an attack on female, uh, you know, empowerment and equality and in infringement on privacy and all of the above, and, and taking advantage of people in very insecure states of mental illness. It's just all horrible. And I think that we need to have these difficult conversations and, and you know, if you go look at my reviews right now, you'll see that these conversations have landed me at, you know, a bad review or two in the past. Um, so you know, from people who claim to be transgender and all of that. And so we need to, we need to empower the next generation. We need to let them know this is not okay. We are not going to accept this. I am not going to accept this for my children, for your children, for our school systems, for our government to be passing legislation for these hospitals to be continuing these things. It's all gross, it's all disgusting and we cannot allow it to go any further. It's already gotten too far where it is, where you literally can have a cat box in a high school bathroom because some kid identifies as a kitty cat and it only gets worse. And this is just the beginning. As I've said before, we now is the time to do something about this. Now is the time to stand up. Don't be afraid of people speaking out and saying that you're, whatever. I, if transphobic means not being for the, the taking advantage of people in mentally and stable and mental health situations or, or being for sticking up for our children when they shouldn't have these sexual ideologies pushed onto them or not normalizing pedophilia against children, then that's fine. But if you wanna fight back against that, if you wanna speak up about it, do it. Talk to people, have these tough conversations and, and get your, get your word out there because the less we talk about it, the more that we shy away from these conversations in fear of, of whatever woke Twitter, mob, whatever coming after you. The, that, that's what they want and that's how they. It's just the silent majority staying quiet while the crazy ass people who want to profit off of your children's mental health issues continue to do so in the name of Wilm. So anyways, before we go, go ahead and leave a five star review. Like I said, I've gotten the, you know, some people who have got on my, on my thing there for having this very conversation and, uh, left me a one star review hurting. You know, the thing, the very thing that I worked very hard on for you guys here, putting a lot of time and effort and energy into this. So, if you could leave me a five star review, tell me what you liked about the podcast. Um, tell me your favorite part of the show, whatever it is. 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When a rare genetic disorder hits home, it takes someone like this week's Team Never Quit Podcast guest, Stephanie Herzog, to help find strategies to cure it. The Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) diagnosis of her son, Max, was the driving force to connect her with Cure Rare Disease, who is currently developing life-saving therapeutics in collaboration with the world's leading academics, clinicians, regulatory experts, translational experts, and manufacturing experts. Stephanie serves as a board member. The organization's ground-breaking research is bringing to fruition the potential for permanent muscular regeneration, which was, at one time, science fiction. In this episode you will hear: When we learned about our son's condition, we put together a golf tournament to raise funds because it was A: Our only option, and B: Our best option to cure our kid. 80% of boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy have a gene deletion in the dystrophin gene. Max has a duplication of the dystrophin gene. In what should be the best time ever with your child, that's when we find out he has this horrible disease. We had like a funeral in our house for like a month. The weight of his future was heavy. Our team, through Crispr technology, hope to edit Max's gene mutation. 6 years ago, this was science fiction. Boys usually get diagnosed between the ages of 4-6. They lose their ability to walk between the ages of 10 and 12. They usually lose their battle in their early 20s. They're literally knocking out the gene duplication along a string in his DNA on the cellular level. Using the Crispr technology, the muscle cells are auto-correcting, producing dystrophin on their own. You wonder: “How am I going to live with this? And you do.” Faith is everything. You need somebody to pray to. When the going gets tough they have prayer.