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Trout is a classic first fish for many people. Whether that's a trout stocked in a lake by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife or a wild trout in a rainforest creek, trout make up a lot of our fishing memories. Many anglers oriented their calendars around the April 22 trout opener, but today, you can fish for trout 365 days a year somewhere in Oregon. We explore the love of trout fishing and the many trout fishing opportunities in this episode. For additional resources, see our Trout Stocking Schedule, the weekly Recreation Report and how to get started trout fishing.
Kyle Sielaff of the Marlins Radio Network describes the start of the 2022 season from his vantage point. Kevin and Isaac react to Max Meyer's injury and Anthony Bender's continued struggles before bringing on Kyle (9:45) to discuss the following topics: How he got his start with the Marlins Breaking down the first 37 games Triple-A bats knocking on the door Marlins vs. Braves series predictions Fan questions Career advice for aspiring broadcasters Follow Kyle (@Kyle_Sielaff), Isaac (@IsaacAzout), Kevin (@kevin_barral) and Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) on Twitter. Listen to coverage of every 2022 regular season game on Marlins Radio. Full coverage here at FishStripes.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sean Millerick joins me to get into the Nats series, including Bass pinch running... Max Meyer to the IL. Is Kim working the phones already? Cabrera, up soon? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Harald Lohn talks about life in Northwest Ontario and the impact on fish camps post-Covid. He shares travel advice as Minnesotans get ready to start traveling back into Ontario to fish!Supported by: Oreo (https://www.oreo.com) & Ritz (https://www.ritzcrackers.com,) Hewitt Docks, Lifts & Pontoon Legs (https://www.hewittrad.com/,) Kinetico (https://www.kinetico.com/,) Minnesota Propane Association “Clean American Energy” (https://propane.com/) & Star Bank (https://www.starbank.net/)
On this week's episode of We Eat. Fish Eat. Larry and Hunter sit with Phil the Blind Guy to talk about the origins of his blindness, his friendship with Larry, how he manages to still enjoy the outdoors while being visionless and everything else under the sun! This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm
The British psychologist Kimberley Wilson works in the emergent field of whole body mental health, one of the most astonishing frontiers we are on as a species. Discoveries about the gut microbiome, for example, and the gut-brain axis; the fascinating vagus nerve and the power of the neurotransmitters we hear about in piecemeal ways in discussions around mental health. The phrase “mental health” itself makes less and less sense in light of the wild interactivity we can now see between what we've falsely compartmentalized as physical, emotional, mental, even spiritual. And so much of what we're seeing brings us back to intelligence that has always been in the very words we use — “gut instinct,” for instance. It brings us back to something your grandmother was right about, for reasons she would never have imagined: you are what you eat. There is so much actionable knowledge in the tour of the ecosystem of our bodies that Kimberley Wilson takes us on this hour. This is science that invites us to nourish the brains we need, young and old, to live in this world. Kimberley Wilson has a private psychotherapy and nutrition practice in central London. She co-hosts the BBC Radio 4 podcast Made of Stronger Stuff and is the author of How to Build a Healthy Brain. She came to the attention of many as a finalist in an early season of The Great British Bake Off. She grew up, as she tells it, eating both the West Indian food of her family and over-processed modern British fare.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.And, this week, an invitation: As you may have heard, after twenty years (!), we are transitioning On Being from a weekly show to a seasonal podcast. We hope you'll help us celebrate these first two decades, by sharing how you've made this adventure of conversation your own.Is there a guest, an idea, or a moment from an episode that has made a difference, that has stayed with you? We've made it easy (and fun) to record your reflection — and at the same time sign up to stay on top of what's happening next: onbeing.org/staywithus. Krista will be offering some of her defining memories, too: in a special online event in June, on social media, and more. So — please and thank you — go to onbeing.org/staywithus.
The British psychologist Kimberley Wilson works in the emergent field of whole body mental health, one of the most astonishing frontiers we are on as a species. Discoveries about the gut microbiome, for example, and the gut-brain axis; the fascinating vagus nerve and the power of the neurotransmitters we hear about in piecemeal ways in discussions around mental health. The phrase “mental health” itself makes less and less sense in light of the wild interactivity we can now see between what we've falsely compartmentalized as physical, emotional, mental, even spiritual. And so much of what we're seeing brings us back to intelligence that has always been in the very words we use — “gut instinct,” for instance. It brings us back to something your grandmother was right about, for reasons she would never have imagined: you are what you eat. There is so much actionable knowledge in the tour of the ecosystem of our bodies that Kimberley Wilson takes us on this hour. This is science that invites us to nourish the brains we need, young and old, to live in this world. Kimberley Wilson has a private psychotherapy and nutrition practice in central London. She co-hosts the BBC Radio 4 podcast Made of Stronger Stuff and is the author of How to Build a Healthy Brain. She came to the attention of many as a finalist in an early season of The Great British Bake Off. She grew up, as she tells it, eating both the West Indian food of her family and over-processed modern British fare.This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Kimberley Wilson — Whole Body Mental Health." Find the transcript for that show at onbeing.org.And, this week, an invitation: As you may have heard, after twenty years (!), we are transitioning On Being from a weekly show to a seasonal podcast. We hope you'll help us celebrate these first two decades, by sharing how you've made this adventure of conversation your own.Is there a guest, an idea, or a moment from an episode that has made a difference, that has stayed with you? We've made it easy (and fun) to record your reflection — and at the same time sign up to stay on top of what's happening next: onbeing.org/staywithus. Krista will be offering some of her defining memories, too: in a special online event in June, on social media, and more. So — please and thank you — go to onbeing.org/staywithus.
Done with a Marvel. Here we go a-floundering. Why Isn't He Called He-Hulk? Going down a monkey hole. Talking a Stand. Marv Stone, action journalist. Fish 'n' Chips... OR EXTRA Fish 'n' Chips? Buster Keaton was Alive! White Man Combo Meal problems. Benedict Ratzenberger. Deny that, YOU CAN'T! It doesn't suck, until it does. Samplin Janes Fudge. TMS suggests you do your own research. Full-Throated Southern Accents with Amy. Jumping off a Cliff with Wendi and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
Done with a Marvel. Here we go a-floundering. Why Isn't He Called He-Hulk? Going down a monkey hole. Talking a Stand. Marv Stone, action journalist. Fish 'n' Chips... OR EXTRA Fish 'n' Chips? Buster Keaton was Alive! White Man Combo Meal problems. Benedict Ratzenberger. Deny that, YOU CAN'T! It doesn't suck, until it does. Samplin Janes Fudge. TMS suggests you do your own research. Full-Throated Southern Accents with Amy. Jumping off a Cliff with Wendi and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
In this episode, you will learn how to eliminate as much drag as possible when dry fly fishing. Insider Tips Series - Episode 19 - How to Curb Drag When Dry Fly Fishing - Fly Fishing Insider Podcast - FFIP PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS TO KEEP THE SHOW GOING. This Episode's Sponsors: This episode is proudly sponsored in part with the following: Angler's Coffee - www.anglerscoffee.com - @anglerscoffeeco - Business owners and anglers, Angler's Coffee has been on the leading edge of coffee for over 40 years. Dupe a Fish - www.dupeafish.com - Register Now; we aim to have a comprehensive list of service providers that can guide you in selecting the perfect trip for you and your party. Book a trip now and have your own adventure of a lifetime! www.dupeafish.com and @dupeafish Lidrig - www.lidrig.com - @lidrig - Innovative products for fly fishing from anglers for anglers. Nippers, Magnetic Fly Patches, and Fly Boxes. Your Host: Christian Bacasa Instagram: @bacasa Like to Read - Check out www.flyfishingforleadership.com Want merch or gear - www.flyfishinginsiderpodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kev and Chris recap another frustrating extra inning loss for the Braves on Wednesday, what went wrong in extras, and much more as the team has a day off in Miami before three with the Fish starting tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This part covers some zero day observations and riding a newly repaired Brompton from downtown Los Angeles to Venice and Redondo Beach, circling back to my airport hotel. A bit of a tour reset, but great adventures in bicycle touring LA County! Go check out FOTS and Pedalshift Society member Greg Braithwaite's videos of HIS CA tour over at Bike Vids on YouTube... I'm going to give this more of a shout out next week, but my insanely busy week shouldn't prevent you from checking them out. Hoping to get Greg on the show soon! Quick programming note... next week we wrap the journal up for this trip, then we hit a best of that tracks back to 2017, and then we've got a wrap-up takeaways episode for the Missing Link. Then we're going to take a break from tour journals for a few episodes since I haven't had time to tour! If you've got ideas on what you'd like me to cover, shoot em my way! Statistics New tires 1 Miles biked 35 Fish tacos eaten 3 Beach towns cycled through 6 Flats 0
On this episode of Views From The 7 we had the lovely @chefmimiexq slide through and we got into: » Sex with people who have disabilities » What's worse your man having sex with a woman or picking up a plate from her? » Something you refuse to argue about on social media » Tragedy in Buffalo » Over it vs Still Over It We've got that and much more...This is Views From The 7!!
Hollerin with Hollenbeck: NFL Draft Not Interested, Bowling League Interested, 80's 90's Fair Picture Business Super Interested, Whats Cooking? Fish
Gateway to Joy programs...GTJ-127_What Bugged Me Most and GTJ-128_Being a Fish Out of Water Guests: Margaret Ashmore (About the first time she met Elisabeth) and Valerie Elliot Shepard (life as a child in the jungle.) Theme music by John Hanson. For a wealth of resources visit ElisabethElliot.org. Feel free to leave a review of this podcast wherever you listen.
In this episode Dr Tim talks about the basics of fish nutrition as well as the benefits of using Bene-FISH-al Fish food. Timestamps: 2:00- Fish and Feeding 5:10 Fish and Wheat 11:00 Dr Jessie Sanders 11:30 HUFA's and PUFA's 13:57 What to look for when buying food 15:00 Herbivores, Omnivores, Carnivores 15:59 Goldfish and Oscars 18:06 Protein requirements 20:24 DrTim's Aquatics Bene-FISH-al Fish food 26:11 Bene-FISH-al benefits
( Fremont County) - This is a very fact filled podcast with Wyoming Game and Fish about beavers and how important they are for the environment and in particular Wyoming. Wildlife Biologist Amy Anderson gives us more insight into what positive contributions these eager beavers are involved in. The Wyoming Outdoor Weekend mentioned in the podcast is this weekend, May 20-21st in Lander. You can find out more about these great creatures at this event or anytime with Wyoming Game and Fish. per wgfd.wyo.gov
Today we are going to continue our exploration of Mars's conjunction with Neptune in the sign of Pisces. And then we're going to take it through all 12 signs so you'll have sun and rising horoscopes.
“We're trying to understand how different foods and different eating patterns impact anxiety and psychosis disorders.” Dr. Monique Aucoin (5:44-5:51) Dr. Monique Aucoin is a naturopathic doctor and senior research fellow at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, and also one of the leading North American researchers in the field of nutritional psychiatry (the use of nutrition in the prevention and treatment of mental illness). Not familiar with naturopathy, or confused on what it actually means? Dr. Aucoin says, “naturopathic medicine is a system of healthcare that combines scientific evidence with natural and traditional approaches like nutrition, herbal medicine and lifestyle counseling. Naturopathic wellness aims to address the root cause of illness and to promote wellness.” Sure, we already have social treatments like therapy for mental health, but some people don't find the type of treatment we have available helpful or tolerable, so we need to have other approaches available. Our current medical system isn't reflecting the huge role diet plays in mental health. Offering dietary counseling to people experiencing mental illness is an opportunity to truly improve their health outcomes rather than just using medicine or social therapy. The problem also with our current clinical research is that it doesn't tell us if, for example, someone became depressed because they're eating poor quality nutrition, or they became depressed and as a result started eating poor quality nutrition. “On an intuitive level, most people know when they eat better, they feel better, both physically and emotionally.” Dr. Monique Aucoin (7:08-7:15) Dr. Aucoin is working with Dr. Laura LaChance to bring scientific evidence to the real world in a way that's understandable and actionable. Most recently, they've put together a patient handout that talks about nutritional factors important for mental health and used lived-in experiences from those that struggle with mental illness in the process. These handouts are helping them speak to healthcare providers and train them on dietary counseling that can only further help their patients. Ever heard of the term “emotional eating”? It's not just a phenomenon we joke about – it's backed by science, too. A study was performed on animals where they caused the animal a small amount of stress and gave them foods high in sugar and fat, which resulted in a reduction of their levels of the stress hormone cortisol. This may be a great, short-term fix, but long-term the foods we choose when “emotionally eating”, for example, can negatively impact our mental health. Another clinical trial is being performed now to find out whether or not a food is causing a worsening or an improvement to mental health issues. A study called “Smiles” recently showed a large decrease in depression symptoms after 12 weeks of dietary counseling, with a quarter of individuals in the study no longer having depression at all. Dr. Aucoin and Dr. LaChance just received funding to perform their own similar clinical trial with those who have anxiety! So, if you're struggling with depression, anxiety or other mental health issues, what does Dr. Aucoin suggest you do with your diet? The top three nutritional factors in supporting brain and mental health are eating enough protein, eating anti-inflammatory foods and choosing complex carbs instead of simple sugars. Why? The brain is sensitive to the amount of sugar in our blood. Ever felt “hangry” before? That's because your blood sugar is low (there's a huge overlap between low blood sugar symptoms and mental health sugars). If you then eat something that's high in simple carbs or sugars, it'll disrupt your blood sugar balance even more. “Steering away from simple carbs and choosing foods that have more fiber can have a huge impact on mental health outcomes.” Dr. Monique Aucoin (19:17-19:25) When you eat complex carbs like foods that are high in fiber, it helps your blood sugar stay stable and well regulated. For example, Dr. Aucoin had a patient struggling with anxiety who had a diet high in foods like white bread, pasta, cookies and candy. By adding more protein and fiber, the patient's anxiety improved tremendously. Protein is important, too, because it breaks down into amino acids which are the building blocks of our body. Most medications we use to treat mental illnesses are focused on increasing serotonin, something your body can make on its own with enough building blocks. Lastly, people with mental illnesses have increased levels of inflammation in their brain or their body, and one of the significant factors that impact inflammation in the body is our diet. Eating more fruits and vegetables is important because they have a large amount of anti-inflammatory compounds. Getting enough healthy fats, like the omega-3's found in flax and chia seeds, and walnuts, is important. Don't like the taste or have picky eaters? Try hiding them in smoothies! Fish are a great source of healthy protein and healthy fats, too. Making small adjustments to your diet can help improve your mental health drastically, whether you're someone who struggles with depression and anxiety, or just want a “pick me up” when you're feeling a bit down. Eating healthy and the right nutrition isn't a one-size-fits-all solution. You have to also implement other tools and support, if needed, to boost your mindset. How to get involved Join The Produce Moms Group on Facebook and continue the discussion every week! Reach out to us - we'd love to hear more about where you are in life and business! Find out more here. If you liked this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we'd love for you to help us spread the word!
The past few years have seen relations between China and the United States shift, from enthusiastic economic partners, to wary frenemies, to open rivals. Americans have been slow to wake up to the challenges posed by the Chinese Communist Party. Why did this happen? And what can we do about it? In America Second, Isaac Stone Fish traces the evolution of the Party's influence in America. He shows how America's leaders initially welcomed China's entry into the U.S. economy, believing that trade and engagement would lead to a more democratic China. And he explains how—although this belief has proved misguided--many of our businesspeople and politicians have become too dependent on China to challenge it. America Second exposes a deep network of Beijing's influence in America, built quietly over the years through prominent figures like former secretaries of state Henry Kissinger and Madeleine Albright, Disney chairman Bob Iger, and members of the Bush family. And it shows how to fight that influence–without being paranoid, xenophobic, or racist. This is an authoritative and important story of corruption and good intentions gone wrong, with serious implications not only for the future of the United States, but for the world at large.HOST: Rob MellonFEATURED BREW: Golden Dragon Asian-style Golden Ale, Asian Brothers Brewing Company, Isleton, CaliforniaBOOK: America Second: How America's Elites Are Making China Strongerhttps://www.amazon.com/America-Second-Americas-Elites-Stronger/dp/0525657703/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1AYG8EKNNIK8D&keywords=america+second&qid=1652841634&sprefix=america+se%2Caps%2C785&sr=8-1MUSIC: Bones Forkhttps://bonesfork.com/
The boys talk more about the Bel'Veth teaser, Brand + Nami bot, MSI, a new roundtable question, lots of emails and more on episode 535 of Leaguecast! Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code LEAGUECAST at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to https://nordvpn.com/leaguecast to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + Free Threat Protection + 1 additional month for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee! Email us - firstname.lastname@example.org Support us - https://www.patreon.com/leaguecast Tweet us - https://twitter.com/leaguecast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Leaguecast/ Join Our Discord - https://discord.gg/leaguecast Visit our Website - https://leaguecastpodcast.com/
On this episode of the Kentucky Afield Podcast we're on the bank of the beautiful Elkhorn Creek in Franklin County, and we're going fishing! You might hear some geese flying over, some running water, and some wind during this episode... We apologize for that, but things happen when you try to record outside! Here we talk about what Pfeiffer Fish Hatchery does for the state, recap a fish catch from the past weekend, and cover the basics of fishing Elkhorn Creek right now... Enjoy!
Jesus Luzardo is sidelined with a left forearm strain and Elieser Hernandez is scuffling. What will the Miami Marlins do with the back end of their starting pitcher rotation? Jordan McPherson and Andre Fernandez discuss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Token Hour Podcast is just chillin and chatin. Join DJ Toks along side Jesse noWonder and Fish as they discuss some recent, random topics and more. From the Dave Chappelle stage attacker to new and old softball injuries and to whatever else is on their minds. It's good ol' fashion random fun, so check it out!!!
Your host Christian Bacasa speaks with Jack Braun in this Fly Fishing Insider Podcast episode. Jack grew up intending to be a professional bass angler. Now years later, after a trip to Argentina, he has landed in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, working in IT for Stio. His endless pursuit of fly fishing now takes him into the backcountry chasing cutthroat trout whenever he can. Now available on WAYPOINT TV - www.waypointtv.com Connect with me on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, LinkedIn Business, Pinterest, and YouTube. Contact Information: @smokeinchimneys www.smokeinchimneys.com www.filson.com This Episode's Sponsors: This episode is proudly sponsored in part by the following: Angler's Coffee - www.anglerscoffee.com - @anglerscoffeeco - Business owners and anglers, Angler's Coffee has been on the leading edge of coffee for over 40 years. Lidrig - Innovative products for fly fishing created by Scott Wilday with a by the people and for the people approach, enveloped by customer feedback. More than nippers, go take a look at www.lidrig.com or @lidrig Dupe a Fish - Register Now; we aim to have a comprehensive list of service providers that can guide you in selecting the perfect trip for you and your party. Book a trip now and have your own adventure of a lifetime! www.dupeafish.com and @dupeafish Like the Podcast, Show Us: Leave a review! - Here is how I know you will love this podcast and the guests; please share, like, and support this episode. Do you have an excellent idea for a guest or an Episode? Please let us know. You can reach the team at www.flyfishinginsiderpodcast.com. We are also very social where you can find a ton of great fly-fishing content, giveaways, tips, and more follow us on Instagram @flyfishinginsiderpodcast or see our Facebook page Fly Fishing Insider Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod sit down to discuss Brandon's recent trip to Mexico and him accomplishing the Turkey World Slam. It took Brandon 18 years to harvest the 6 turkeys and he gives detailed accounts of each hunt.The Wild Turkey World Slam includes all of the species in a Grand Slam, the Royal Slam plus an Ocellated wild turkey. Species include one of each: Eastern; Merriam's; Rio Grande; Osceola; Gould's; and Oscillated wild turkeys. The Oscillated turkey is a species of turkey residing primarily in the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, as well as in parts of Belize and Guatemala.Special Thanks To CZ-USA:https://cz-usa.com/Special Thanks To Living The Dream Properties:https://livingthedreamland.com/Special Thanks To Hunting Works For Missouri:https://huntingworksformo.com/Special Thanks To Mongo Attachments:https://www.mongoattachments.com/Special Thanks To Scenic Rivers Taxidermy:http://www.scenicriverstaxidermy.com/Connect with Driftwood Outdoors:https://www.facebook.com/DriftwoodOutdoors/https://www.instagram.com/driftwoodoutdoors/Email:email@example.com
Join the Premium Edition, its on the cheap cheap! Episode 167 is here and with it comes the final match up of the most annoying celebrity alive bracket which means the whole crew hops on. Who will win? Cardi B or the Island Boys? Before the match up Chris drops an opening item about what two people you would like to see fight. Jason has a 3 blanked Florida man can anyone guess all 3? Speaking of Brackets did the guys already choose their next bracket? What will it be? A premium subscriber note left for Kev leads to an impromptu dad tip. Jose tells the boys where they fucked up and Chris drops an publicly embarrassing would you rather. Chase wraps it up with a correct me if I'm wrong can anyone get it right? Also be on the look out for the upcoming cup to cup true faux crime special “The Girl in the Frozen Lake”. Chase's Favorite Moments - 2:02-2:32 speaking of transitions Jose was once straight 6:10-6:40 Jose thinks being 5'6” makes you disabled 42:20-42:55 guys want to pay the island boys to send Chase a Cameo 50:00-50:30 the return of Kevin's baby bitch mouth 52:25-52:55 guys give Chris shit about his chips and he doesn't disappoint 98:30-99:00 Jason is an Emmy award winning producer for girl in the frozen lake 103:55-104:35 Jason “walks” Elon Musk farting the whole time because bad beans CuptoCupLife.com Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube Email the podcast if you want to be a guest or sponsor an episode!
Welcome to Episode 4 of Breaking the Mold, presented by the Tackle Talk Podcast. This 4-part series goes in-depth with some of the most creative, unique, and impactful lure designers in the fishing industry today. On today's episode we are joined by Berkley MaxScent guru, Mr. Mark Sexton. We chat about the MaxScent development process, testing, formula, and more! Presented By: American Legacy Fishing www.americanlegacyfishing.com Use Code: TACKLETALK10 for 10% Off!
On the show this week we're joined by Brian Butterworth, emeritus professor of cognitive neuropsychology and author of the new book Can Fish Count? What Animals Reveal About Our Uniquely Mathematical Minds. He's spent his career looking at the genetics and neuroscience of mathematical ability—and not just in humans. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/inquiringminds See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Werewolf Radar talks about Living Fossils. The Loch Ness Monster, The Goblin Fish, and the Many Living Dinosaurs of North America. If you laughed, loved, or lived because of this episode, consider becoming a Patron and supporting the team! You'll get access to exclusive content and other, mysterious rewards, so check it out for more info. Thanks to Chuck Coffey for our snappy little theme song, and, as always: Punch the sky, Spaceman Joe! Social Links: Werewolf Radar Patreon Fortean Film Festival Twitter Facebook Instagram Discord
In this paper I give answers to two apparently unrelated questions and aim to convince you that these different concerns are, in fact, intertwined. The first question is, why is dualism so tenacious? The second is, what is really at issue in the debate between Burge and McDowell? Regarding the first question, various contemporary philosophers have cast Descartes as the originator of a pernicious idea about the radical difference between mind and body, an idea with weed-like tenacity, that many have attempted to dig out once and for all, but which always seems to grow back from fragments left in the soil. The problem with this diagnosis of dualistic thinking as the result of an individual philosopher's influence is that it fails to consider that there may be broader and still active causes of its appeal. What is left unconsidered is the possibility that dualism is symptomatic of the wider tendencies of the scientific culture that Descartes, amongst others, represents, and that it persists not because of the long shadow of one philosopher, but because the essentials of this intellectual culture remain. In Sections 2 and 3 I will argue that this is indeed the case, and that the mode of thought at issue is to do with the dominance of scientific idealisations in our thinking about nature, including human beings and their minds. In answer to the second question, Fish (2021) has examined the debate between Burge and McDowell over the alleged incompatibility of disjunctivism with the discoveries of perceptual science, and has compared it to a clash of Kuhnian paradigms. Miguens (2020) takes conflicting ideas about representations to be the main point of disagreement. I will argue instead that the point at issue is Burge's acceptance, and McDowell's rejection of the ‘Cartesian idealisation' of mind as a self-contained system. Fish's treatment of the controversy as a matter of competing research programmes, analogous to scientific ones, neglects the crucial particularity of the case, which is that McDowell's philosophy of perception declines to define its explanatory objects in the way most conducive to scientific research. For this reason, there is more of a tension with science than McDowell admits; but as I will ultimately argue, this does not invalidate disjunctivism. Mazviita Chirimuuta is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh. Her current research interests include philosophy of perception, philosophy of neuroscience, and history of the mind/brain sciences. She received her PhD in Vision Science from the University of Cambridge in 2004. Following that she held post-docs in perceptual psychology, and in philosophy at Monash University and at Washington University in St. Louis. Between 2011-2020 she was Assistant then Associate Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh. Her book Outside Colour: Perceptual Science and the Puzzle of Colour in Philosophy was published by MIT Press in 2015, and she is currently working on a monograph under contract with MIT Press, The Brain Abstracted: Simplification in the History and Philosophy of Neuroscience. The new book examines the various strategies that neuroscientists have used to produce simple models of formidably complex neural systems. Given that simplified representations, such as computational models, require departure from literal truth about the brain, the book will consider how to best interpret such abstractions when doing naturalistic philosophy of mind. This podcast is an audio recording of Dr Chirimuuta's talk - "Disjunctivism and Cartesian Idealisation" - at the Aristotelian Society on 9th May 2022. This recording was produced by the Backdoor Broadcasting Company.
Welcome back BFFs! A new episode and as we plan a new fishing trip to the Land of Oz, we figured we'd get Ernesto Flores from the Kansas Department of Wildlife Parks to give us some amazing fishing info!! We discuss the current Kansas fishing scene with everything from Blue Catfish, Hybrid Striped Bass, to crappie and Bass fishing! Ernesto gives us a look into how the KDWP are truly working to continue to make Kansas a great fishing destination. Grab a beverage and Cheers! Enjoy!Ernesto Flores - KDWPTwitter: @FishFlores3 https://youtu.be/XxDLk1K8eVU
Menú de playoffs: - Noticias: Jokic repite, problemas en Philly, Mike Brown, Jeanie Buss y mucho más. - El Termómetro de los Playoffs: Repasamos las semifinales de conferencia empezando por el Este con la ayuda de Luis Fernando Otero y siguiendo por el Oeste con la colaboración de Jordi Sanjorge. - Píldora NBA: El maestro Ángel Castillo nos habla de Larry Costello. - Comentarios de los Oyentes y más: Pasamos por nuestra página de Facebook, los comentarios de Ivoox, Twitter, iTunes, Skype y firstname.lastname@example.org. Más información en raciondenba.com. Ración de NBA es un programa que trata el baloncesto NBA en español poniendo énfasis en los jugadores hispanos. Nuestra web: raciondenba.com . Mandar preguntas/comentarios: email@example.com. Dejadnos un mensaje de voz en Skype: Racion de NBA. Publicamos avisos por Twitter al publicar los episodios para que sepáis cuando podéis ir a descargarlos: - Twitter - Chechu: @astrochechu - Twitter - Javier: @Racion_de_NBA_J Música: Ración de Playoffs - Limit de Folio en Blanco Black Samba – Juanitos http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Juanitos/Soul_Africa/03_-_Black_Samba Owl Time http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kellee_Maize/Owl_Time/03__Kellee_Maize__Owl_Time__Owl_Time__FROSTWIRECOM_FROSTCLICKCOM__CREATIVE_COMMONS_1846 Go West Young Man - extracto de The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. Requiem for a Fish - The Freak Fandango Orchestra http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Freak_Fandango_Orchestra/Tales_Of_A_Dead_Fish/Requiem_for_a_Fish_1403 Julie & Gent - Slow Dance https://www.jamendo.com/track/1552411/slow-dance Waitin´- Betsy Olson http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Betsy_Olson/Betsy_Olson_-_Live__KEXP_1142009/Waitin_1139
A successful restaurateur turned celebrity chef, Angelo Georgalli - also known as the Game Chef - has over 25 years experience in cooking, with a particular passion for hunting, fishing, archery and getting out into the great outdoors. His work as a volunteer Fish and Game ranger, and putting lunch together for his colleagues, inspired him to write a cookbook devoted to New Zealand's wild animals. The outcome is the Fish and Game Cookbook, in collaboration with the organisation of the same name.
Certified EOS Implementer, Robert Fish, joins Trent and Patrick on “At Home with Roby”. EOS stands for Entrepreneurial Operating System®. It is a simple, proven business operating system that can help entrepreneurial organizations clarify, simplify, and achieve their visions. The overall goal of the system is to get all employees at all levels within the business moving in the same direction. The Roby Family of Companies is currently going through EOS training, with Robert serving as our fearless implementer. Tune in to learn more about the system, Robert's first business that he started in his college fraternity house, and his career path to becoming an EOS Implementer. Robert also shares details about his career as a professional mountain biker. He started biking at age 36, competing against bikers in their early twenties. By age 40, Robert became the oldest person in North America to turn pro in the sport. https://www.eosworldwide.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week James takes us back to medical Codswallop corner while Gemma talks about her trip to Winchester with silly/funny stories, include "Toilet" humour. We discuss "IRL" what things have happened that Back To The Future predicted. James tries to multitask during the episode, does he succeed? Hmm.. We discuss our involvement with the upcoming event, LIVESTREAM FOR THE CURE. Talking Codswallop will be LIVE from 7pm until 8pm, UK time. Come watch us balls things up LIVE! Haunted Forrests, ANOTHER Dating programme, How was a woman nearly buried alive? Baby's at a Metallica gig, and why did the Fish cross the road? Anything else? Yes, lots. Well, you know what to do... warm up those earbuds for this crazy ride. Follow Talking Codswallop on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram: @CodswallopPod (DO YOU KNOW WE ARE ON YOUTUBE TOO?!).
Episode 2102 - On this Saturday BEST OF show, Dr. Georgia Ede joins Vinnie Tortorich. The two talk biases, variables, epidemiological studies, the relationship between good nutrition and brain health, artificial sweeteners and more. Https://www.vinnietortorich.com/2022/05/sugar-and-brain-health-georgia-ede-episode-2102 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS She went to medical school in Vermont. Dr. Ede her residency at Harvard for four years. Dr. Ede believes that for many, it is easier to believe that saturated fat is what causes fat. Not always financial bias. Ex: Loma Linda University study (promotes vegetarian diet) found that saturated fats hurt mice (they ignored that also in the higher fat diet was a MUCH greater amount of sugar). Other studies that say meat is bad removed all processed foods at the same time. There are no pure studies that say animal foods are bad for your health. She believes removing the processed foods is where the money is at . Now, Dr. Georgia does not eat plant foods or dairy. Fish and other meats. Pretty extreme diet. In ketosis constantly. Insulin has to cross into the brain. Your brain can become insulin resistant. Then your cells will starve to death when your brain is filled with glucose that can't be broken down. Link between sugar consumption and Alzheimers. She agrees that these artificial sweeteners are so similar to sugar that your body can't really tell the difference. They trick the body into thinking carbs are coming, thereby raising insulin levels. Coffee, Dr. Ede believes, can be very helpful for those with head trauma, ADD, ADHD, etc. Stimulant is good! Maybe this is why Vinnie does so well with coffee. PURCHASE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE The documentary launched this week, January 11! Order it TODAY! This is Vinnie's third documentary in just over three years. Get it now on Apple TV (iTunes) and/or Amazon Video! Link to the film on Apple TV (iTunes): Share this link with friends, too! Link to the film on Amazon Video: It's also now available on Amazon (USA only for now)! Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY 2 (2021) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY (2019) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter!
To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Starting in June, paid subscribers will receive podcasts three days before free subscribers.WhoDoug Fish, President and Founder of the Indy PassRecorded onMay 9, 2022About the Indy PassHere’s an overview of the 2022-23 Indy Pass suite:And here’s what that gets you access to:Why I interviewed himIt’s unfortunate that Steamboat, a personal favorite and one of Colorado’s most amiable mountains, has become the avatar for sticker-shock skiing, but there it is: $269 peak-day walk-up lift tickets last season. Any collateral pain is self-inflicted, and they seem committed to the process, so I don’t feel too bad hammering on them about it. Still, for readers of this newsletter, most of whom have next year’s Ikon Passes tucked into their jacket pockets by Easter, my ceaseless yammering about walk-up ticket prices can probably seem tedious and abstract, like detailing the logistical challenges of sustainable asteroid mining or the tolerable viral load of a brontosaurus: who cares?Which is a fair question. But as the three dozen or so mega-resorts that have mainlined this triple-digit ticket tactic race toward $300 for a day of skiing, a cartoonishly absurd double universe has materialized. One that makes comparisons like this possible: for $10 more than an Ikon-oblivious skier would pay for one day at Steamboat, they could have skied 162 days at 81 ski areas with a $279 Indy Pass. Which is probably more days than most skiers rack up in a decade, and more ski areas than they visit in a lifetime.It’s a hell of a bargain, is what I’m trying to say here, and an amazing product that the greater skiing public has, so far, failed to appreciate in large numbers. Indy predicted 400,000 redemptions this past season. The number came in at 125,000. That’s a 68.75 percent miss, which Fish attributes, in this interview, to overzealous predictions coming off the bomber Covid-induced boom season of 2020-21. What that means, for us skiers, is that this thing probably has plenty of room left to grow.“Growth” means a couple things here. First, more resorts are incoming. Fish promised as much in this interview, even in already crowded New England. The smaller-than-expected number of redemptions means the 85 percent cut of Indy revenue that goes to the resorts was not as diluted as Fish feared it could have been (he explains how the pass operates in the interview). Plus, the new Allied Resorts discount program is broad enough that this thing could easily reach a total of 200 downhill partners (it’s not unthinkable that the addition of cross-country ski areas could push that number toward 300).Second, more skiers are likely coming too. That’s a good thing. Numbers bring stability. Wouldn’t more skiers mean more redemptions? Yes, but it means more revenue, too, and since it’s likely that the most hardcore skiers – i.e. those most likely to redeem 30 days – are already in. Fish was comfortable enough with the average number of redemptions that he held prices steady for next season – and sales are strong as a result.For all the attention The Storm lavishes on the Indy Pass, the product is an industry minnow, not even three years old. Yet somehow this little pass with as many annual visits as an Eagle County weekend has stapled itself to the marquee alongside the Epic and Ikon passes, a toddler in size 14 boots. It’s been astonishing to watch it grow, but it will be more amazing still to see what happens when it grows into those knee-high kicks. Fish is the first three-time guest on The Storm Skiing Podcast. Yes, because he’s generous with his time and humble in his approach, but also because he keeps coming up with new things to say, keeps making the story more compelling, keeps making us believe that this is something worth talking about.What we talked aboutContinued discussion on whether any of the Mt. Hood ski areas would ever land on Indy; redemption and sales totals versus expectations for this past ski season; how the Indy Pass works from a business point of view; how Indy is able to sign headliners like Powder Mountain and Jay Peak, which could easily align with the Epic or Ikon passes; how Cannon kept visits high even as the mountain added an enormous number of blackout dates; White Pass finds the Epkon refugees; the power of Brundage and Tamarack as a combined destination; other popular Indy combos; the New England state that will definitely get a new full Indy Pass partner before next season; expansion potential in New York; the chances of Jay staying with Indy post-sale (whenever that happens); why Indy Pass prices will stay steady for 2022-23; why the Indy Pass processing fee exists and why it’s here to stay; the Indy Switch Pass; untangling the spaghetti bowl of last year’s blackout dates; fixing the Saturday problem; thoughts on the recent additions of Kelly Canyon, Bluewood, and Ski Sawmill; the surprising appeal of Swain; finally breaking into Colorado, with Sunlight; the number of Indy Pass visits that originate out of state; thoughts on Japan; dispensing with the resort target number; losing Marmot Basin; the genesis and purpose of the Allied Resorts program; begging Doug to shift Burke to full partner status; and why Indy began including cross-country ski areas and how the response has been so far. Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewSince it debuted in 2008, the Epic Pass has both held steady and constantly evolved. Its premise, from the beginning, was fairly basic: unlimited access to all Vail Resorts, all the time. It launched with six mountains, and now includes access to 9,000. But almost annually, Vail has added some innovation or another: the Epic Local Pass, various versions of the Epic Day Pass, local and midweek passes, a massive lodging and on-mountain discount program, the Epic Mix tracking app, a payment plan, etc. Some of these innovations were more useful than others, but every year, we can expect something new. And that’s in addition to all the extra ski areas.Vail, skiing’s imperial fleet, rippling with aircraft carriers and battleships and submarines, is well equipped to dream up such annual salvos of newness. It’s impressive that Indy, with a staff that would be insufficient to captain a 30-foot fishing boat, has orchestrated a commando version of this evolution. The 2019 Indy Pass cost $199 and delivered two days each at 34 ski areas. There were no blackouts and no product variation (a few partners offered an add-on pass). The next year: 52 ski areas, plus a $99 kids pass and a $129 add-on pass, available uniformly across all partner ski areas. The Indy+ Pass and a payment plan also debuted. 2021 brought a (probably too large, Fish now admits) price increase, but access to 66 ski areas at launch and an additional 17 by December, including four in Japan. By the time Indy confirmed its 2022-23 lineup last month, the roster stood at 83 downhill partners. An ambitious cross-country initiative seeks to add more than 30 Nordic partners by winter, and the standalone XC pass is just $69 (all Indy Pass holders get the XC days). And the Allied Resorts program, announced earlier this week, ensures that nearly any ski area that’s interested can fold itself into this nationally marketed network. Fish also held prices steady, upped the renewal discount, and introduced the Indy Switch Pass to encourage Epkon snobs to reconsider.There was plenty to talk about, is my point. And Fish, as always, accommodated, on one condition: for the love of God can we keep it to an hour?Questions I wish I’d askedI had meant to ask Doug about the possibility of pre-loading Indy tickets onto resort’s RFID cards, but I didn’t get to it. While he said that such integrations were “not practical,” he did provide the following statement, teasing a pretty cool tech upgrade coming for the season after next:In partnership with our tech partner Entabeni Systems, we will be rolling out an app for the 2023-24 season [I incorrectly indicated on Twitter earlier this week that this feature would be available for next ski season] that will allow our passholders to carry their pass on their phones. Among other features, it will contain a scannable QR code that can be read at the ticket window, eliminating the need for looking them up in our system.This app can be deployed without passing any additional costs on to our customers which we’d have to do if we issued a physical pass.What we got wrongI intimated that Powder Mountain was outside of the Wasatch Mountains, but the ski area in fact lies within this mountain range. I also suggested that Winter Park was a blacked-out mountain on the Ikon Pass, which it is not (on any version of the product other than the Ikon Session Pass). Doug also referred to “Wintergreen,” West Virginia. He meant Winterplace. Wintergreen is in Virginia, and is not an Indy Pass partner. Doug also referred to the marketing director of Sunlight, Colorado as “Tony Hawks” – his name is Troy Hawks, and you can (and should) follow him on Twitter here, since he’s the man who brough Indy Pass to Colorado.Why you should buy the Indy PassIn my head, gas is always a dollar a gallon. Even decades after that fleeting era when I pushed shopping carts for $4.35 an hour and drove a rusty pick-up, any sum over $15 to fill my gas tank baffles me. Candy bars are forever lodged at 35 cents, Hostess cupcakes at 55 cents – such were the prices when I would peddle my Huffy to the neighborhood Total in the 1980s.I’m sure there’s a name for this pricing nostalgia. Whatever it’s called, the first best thing about the Indy Pass has become a liability, as It-Used-to-Cost-$199 Bro forever peppers social media with his waxings of this bygone era. “When the Indy Pass came out, it was under $200 and there were no blackouts,” he will complain. “And it came with a pair of Volkls and a free Subaru. Now it costs $279, there’s all kinds of blackouts, and the courtesy ‘vehicle’ is just a Shetland pony without a saddle. It’s all going to hell!”Bros across America need to let it go. Yes, last year’s price jump was a little extreme. Fish admits as much in the interview. But it is still a very good deal – had it debuted at $279 with its current roster, it would seem like the greatest thing ever. That’s because it is. The glory in the Indy Pass is not in what it was – a coalition of 34 broadly distributed resorts – but in what it has become and is transforming into. We’re closing in on 100 partners, and we’ll likely blow right past that by the Fourth of July. God bless America. This is one damn fine product.There is one more dumbass Bro out there that befuddles Indy’s ascension: It’s-Not-Worth-It Bro. It’s-Not-Worth-It Bro’s narrative goes something like this: yes, it’s cool that Indy put all these mountains on one pass, but they’re not the sort of ski resorts that are “worth” traveling to Montana/Idaho/Utah for or anything.I beg your pardon? Scroll back to the chart at the top of this article. Red Lodge: 2,400 vertical feet, 1,635 acres, 250 inches of annual snowfall. Powder Mountain: 2,205 vert/8,464 acres (3,000 lift-served)/400 inches. Brundage: 1,921/1,920/320. Castle: 2,833/3,592/354. Exactly which district of Narnia do you call home if these numbers leave you yawning?There are a lot of good reasons to buy an Indy Pass: you live within a few hours of a half dozen or more partners and are looking for a reasonably priced family winter. You have an Epkon pass but are leary of voyaging through the gates of Mount Snow/Keystone/Mammoth/Crystal on a midwinter Saturday. You’ve already visited every high-speed demo center on the continent and are looking for something different. You’re Van Life Bro and want to ski an entire winter for less than five dollars. You want to support skiing’s equivalent of craft beer (only, in this case, the indie label is a lot less expensive). Or you just love skiing and everything about it, and you want to understand this dynamic world to the fullest extent possible.There are good reasons not to buy the Indy Pass, too: you don’t travel much, the mountains are too far, you are happy with your local, you dad’s private plane is too big to land at any mountain town airport other than Eagle. But if your goal is lots of skiing, and if you don’t exactly need a home mountain and have a little flexibility to travel, if you value novelty and don’t mind the occasional mile-long Hall double chair ride to the summit, then lock this thing in before prices increase on May 18.More Indy Pass on The Storm Skiing Podcast:Snow Ridge, New York GM Nick MirBeaver Mountain, Utah owner Travis SeeholzerLittle Switzerland, Nordic Mountain, The Rock Co-Owner Rick SchmitzTamarack, Idaho President Scott TurlingtonShawnee Mountain, Pennsylvania CEO Nick FredericksChina Peak, California CEO Tim CoheeLutsen and Granite Peak Owner Charles SkinnerCaberfae Peaks, Michigan Co-Owner and GM Tim MeyerWhaleback Executive Director Jon Hunt (recorded pre-Indy)Titus Mountain Co-Owner Bruce Monette Jr. (recorded pre-Indy)Indy Pass Founder Doug Fish (April 27, 2021 – 2nd appearance)West Mountain, New York owners Sara and Spencer Montgomery (recorded pre-Indy)Montage Mountain Managing Owner Charles Jefferson (recorded pre-Indy)Granite Peak, Wisconsin GM Greg FisherWaterville Valley, New Hampshire GM Tim SmithBolton Valley, Vermont President Lindsay DesLauriersBousquet GM and ownership (recorded pre-Indy)Saddleback, Maine GM Andy Shepard (recorded pre-Indy)Jay Peak, Vermont GM Steve WrightCannon Mountain, New Hampshire GM John DeVivoIndy Pass Founder Doug Fish (May 31, 2020 – 1st appearance)Berkshire East and Catamount, Massachusetts Owner Jon SchaeferBurk Mountain GM Kevin Mack (recorded pre-Indy)Magic Mountain, Vermont President Geoff HathewayThe Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. 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Make your health an act of rebellion. Join The Healthy Rebellion Please Subscribe and Review: Apple Podcasts | RSS Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/10/briefing/adolescent-mental-health-crisis-us.html Podcast Questions: 1. Predicting the Future of Food | Bon Appétit [15:55] CT says: Hello Diana and Robb (and teams), I was hoping one or both of you had heard about this article and the concepts it's talking about. The author references Dr. Morgaine Gaye who pens herself as a food futurologist - though I've no idea what her doctoral title is actually attributable to - and her ideas of Air Protein. What the heck is this?! It says that there's a high tech fermentation to turn CO2 into chicken (or whatever you want). This sounds outrageous, laughable at best to me. And as Robb always talks about, very carbon tunnel vision. Was just wondering if you guys could offer your thoughts on this one as I'd never heard of it before nor had I heard of this Dr. Gaye woman and her website was pretty sparse with biographical details. https://www.bonappetit.com/story/plates-of-the-future Love both your podcasts and newsletters. Robb your substack is great! Just enough snark and humor which is right up my alley. Diana - I've referenced some of your articles in newsletters to family members asking for nutrition info, it's been so helpful! Keep it up both of you! Cheers, CT 2. What's up with Sunflower Oil in my Fish Oil? [22:59] Bryan: Hi! Just looking for clarity on the added sunflower oil to the fish oil. My wife has a nutrition business and we were researching fish oils. I've followed your stuff for over a decade. Fish oil being a PUFA, inflammatory, added to fish oil doesn't make sense to us other than being a carrier oil or to fill a bottle. Just curious and looking for a good product to refer our clients to with a good conscience. Thanks! Bryan 3. Is this Hypernatremia? [25:51] Cassandra says: Hi Rob and Nickie! My name is Cassandra and I am a 57-year-old woman with lymphocytic colitis, gastritis and intestinal metaplasia. I've been a carnivore for about two years, mostly consuming fatty ribeye with beef tallow . Regardless, my symptoms have flared up considerably. I am also a Personal Trainer of 25 years and work about 60 hours a week. I walk about 15,000 steps a day and lift weights daily for 90 ish minutes. I had done so earlier that day. I have a clear light infrared sauna and I have just gotten up to 150° this past week. Prior to that I've been getting out at 135° -144°. I always use LMNT prior to the sauna, and continue to drink it after the sauna. I only use a quarter to half of the packet as it's too salty otherwise.I use about 10 to 16 ounces of water for half a packet. Yesterday evening I spent about 30 minutes in the hot sauna, and then drank the electrolyte drink afterwards. Because it was late at night I did not notice that I poured the whole packet in before adding water. So as I was drinking the LMNT and the water, it tasted mild as usual but when I got to the bottom a bolus of LMNT swept into my mouth and I swallowed before I could stop it. I didn't think anything of it and went to bed, but a few hours later I was vomiting and severe diarrhea that lasted throughout the night and into this afternoon the next day. I've been tired and weak and unable to work. Did I cause hypernatremia? Thank you for your input. I thoroughly enjoy your podcast Sponsor: The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by our electrolyte company, LMNT. Proper hydration is more than just drinking water. You need electrolytes too! Check out The Healthy Rebellion Radio sponsor LMNT for grab-and-go electrolyte packets to keep you at your peak! They give you all the electrolytes want, none of the stuff you don't. Click here to get your LMNT electrolytes Transcript: https://robbwolf.com/2022/05/13/predicting-future-food-sunflower-oil-in-fish-oil-electrolyte-stomach-upset-thrr110/
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Why is India changing its marriage laws? What led French and British fishermen to join forces? And who really benefits from the tips we leave? Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. With Abdulwahab Tahhan, Arion McNicoll and Holden Frith