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Occultae Veritatis Podcast - OVPOD
Case #199: Biggest Nuclear Explosions of All Time

Occultae Veritatis Podcast - OVPOD

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 80:24


Classification: [History] We start the list of biggest nukes with a few honorable mentions, suitcase nukes, backpack nukes, and nukes stolen from Bethesda games. The we get into the meat of the episode, the top 10 most powerful nuclear weapons ever detonated by humanity. From Ivy Mike to Tsar Bomba, we cover the most devastating weapons we have ever built. Guests: Isis, Brannigan Presenters: Ood Gallifrey, Misfit @MisfitRader . #Tsarbomba #bikiniatoll #davycrockett #ivymike #castleromeo #castleyankee #castlebravo #thermonuclear #hydrogenbomb #ivan #Hiroshima #russia #unitedstates #china #bigivan #nuclearfission #nuclearfusion #kiloton #megaton #tnt #uranium #coldwar #sovietunion #icbm #nuclearstockpile #nuclear Mentioned: Tsar bomba, big ivan, davy crockett, ivy mike, castle Romeo, castle Yankee, castle bravo, thermos nuclear, hydrogen bomb, ivan, Hiroshima, Russia, united states, china, nuclear fission, nuclear fusion, kiloton, megaton, tnt, uranium, cold war, Soviet Union, nuclear stockpile, nuclear -Pallet Cleanser- Survival Under Atomic Attack (1951) Nuclear Vault Subscribe to US! Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/occultae-veritatis-podcast-ovpod/id1281366530?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9vdnBvZC5saWJzeW4uY29tL3Jzcw Android: https://www.subscribeonandroid.com/ovpod.libsyn.com/rss Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/48ZAhs40tA1kGeQqdzsfZC?si=TgBA2oeiQ6Wj4pglZjBPnQ&nd=1 Podbean: https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/nbyvd-5c160/Occultae-Veritatis-Podcast---OVPOD Website: https://www.ovpod.ca/ RSS: https://ovpod.libsyn.com/rss Support Us: http://www.patreon.com/ovpod  

Contra Radio Network
The David Knight Show - Gore Goes NUCLEAR - 600,000 Hiroshima Bombs a Day!!

Contra Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 8:39


If your alarmist predications have failed for decades, use bigger numbers and SCREAM LOUDER. Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.com If you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar  https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show You can now support the show while purchasing gold and silver: www.davidknight.gold

Virginia Historical Society Podcasts
Black Snow: Curtis LeMay, the Firebombing of Tokyo, and the Road to the Atomic Bomb

Virginia Historical Society Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 70:00


On September 22, 2022, historian James Scott discussed his book about the controversial firebombing of Tokyo on March 9, 1945. Seven minutes past midnight on March 9, 1945, nearly 300 American B-29s thundered into the skies over Tokyo. Their payloads of incendiaries ignited a more than 1,800-degree firestorm that liquefied asphalt and vaporized thousands; sixteen square miles of the city were flattened and more than 100,000 men, women, and children were killed. Black Snow is the story of this devastating operation, orchestrated by Major General Curtis LeMay, who famously remarked: “If we lose, we'll be tried as war criminals.” James M. Scott reconstructs in granular detail that horrific night, and describes the development of the B-29, the capture of the Marianas for use as airfields, and the change in strategy from high-altitude daylight “precision” bombing to low-altitude nighttime incendiary bombing. Most importantly, the raid represented a significant moral shift for America, marking the first-time commanders deliberately targeted civilians―which helped pave the way for the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki five months later. James M. Scott is the author of several books on World War II, including Target Tokyo: Jimmy Doolittle and the Raid That Avenged Pearl Harbor, a Pulitzer Prize finalist; Rampage: MacArthur, Yamashita; and, most recently, Black Snow: Curtis LeMay, the Firebombing of Tokyo, and the Road to the Atomic Bomb. The content and opinions expressed in these presentations are solely those of the speaker and not necessarily of the Virginia Museum of History & Culture.

OTR Detective – The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio
Dr. Tim, Detective: Poisoner at Large and the Man from Hiroshima (EP3976)

OTR Detective – The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 35:54


Today's 1st Mystery:Doctor Tim is called in to find out what's behind a series of food poisonings.Original Radio Broadcast Date: April 24, 1950Today's 2nd Mystery:X-Rays that Dr. Tim needs for the District Attorney keep being ruined.Original Radio Broadcast Date: May 15, 1950Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.netSupport the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net.Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715Take the listener survey…http://survey.greatdetectives.netGive us a call 208-991-4783Become one of ourfriends on Facebook.Follow us on Instagram at http://instagram.com/greatdetectivesFollow us on Twitter@radiodetectivesJoin us back here tomorrow for another old time radio detective audio drama.

RNZ: Morning Report
Tongans mark anniversary of volcano eruption at church

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 2:04


Yesterday marked one year since the eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano in Tonga, causing a tsunami which killed three people, and left thousands homeless. The eruption was the largest atmospheric explosion recorded in modern history, and estimated to be hundreds of times more powerful than the atomic bomb that destroyed Hiroshima in Japan. Being a Sunday, Tongans marked the day at special church services across the country, RNZ Pacific reporter, Finau Fonua is in Tonga and spoke to Charlotte Cook.  

Krewe of Japan
(日本語版) Japanese Independent Film Industry ft. Award Winning Director Eiji Uchida (内田英治監督のインタービュー 01/2022)

Krewe of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 70:16


This week on Krewe of Japan Podcast... 約束の通り、日本アカデミー最優秀作品賞受賞監督の内田英治さんと日本語版のインタービューです。このボーナスエピソードは日本語と英語で放送します。内田英治監督の生活とキャリアについて話を楽しんでください!将来にもっと日本語版のゲストインタービューが出てきますので、ソーシャルメディアで是非フォローしてください。As promised in Episode 18, here is the Japanese version of our interview with the Japanese Academy Award-Winning Director Eiji Uchida from January 2022. This bonus episode contains both full Japanese and English dialogue between Eiji Uchida, Doug, & our translator Yumi. Please enjoy this fun episode about Eiji Uchida's life and career! And stay tuned for more Japanese language interviews in upcoming seasons of Krewe of Japan Podcast!(Interpretation provided by Yumi Mano) ------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at kreweofjapanpodcast@gmail.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, TikTok: @kreweofjapanpodcast, the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel), & join us on Discord.  More on our Krewe of Japan Podcast LinkTree! Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on Eiji Uchida ------Eiji Uchida's IMDb PageEiji Uchida on TwitterMidnight Swan on IMDb

Offbeat Oregon History podcast
The ex-Oregonian who helped start World War II

Offbeat Oregon History podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 28:31


IT MAY BE true that the movement of a butterfly's wings on one side of the world can seed a tornado on the other. But whether it's literally true or not, it certainly is figuratively true, and nowhere is it better demonstrated than in the case of 1890s businessman and opium smuggler William Dunbar of Portland, Oregon. If we could take Dunbar out of the stream of history before about 1890, we would derail events that led directly to Imperial Japan's alliance with Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy in 1940; to Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor the following year; to the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945; and (maybe) to the fact that the world did not end in a multi-gigaton nuclear fireball in late October of 1962. All this, because a politically well-connected drug smuggler in tiny, faraway Portland was unusually incompetent, and had taken a young Japanese boy into his household as a companion for his 14-year-old son. That little boy's name was Yosuke “Frank” Matsuoka, the future Foreign Minister of Imperial Japan and the chief architect of the Tripartite Pact with Germany and Italy, just before the Second World War.... (Portland, Eugene; Multnomah and Lane County; 1890s) (For text and pictures, see https://offbeatoregon.com/22-11.matsuoka-imperial-japan-615.html)

The Secret Teachings
TST 1/11/23 - Imperium Mortuum Est

The Secret Teachings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 120:01


Gas lighting has become a mainstay of establishment politics. If you don't like gas prices then buy an electric car says Pete Buttigieg, US Secretary of Transportation - that way you “never have to worry about gas prices again.” This is the same Pete who was dropped off with his bike from an SUV for a photo-op suggesting he rode to work. If inflation is too high and the cost of living, including gas, is beyond what you can afford then, as Stacey Abrams who ran for Governor of Georgia suggested, have an abortion. After all, “having children is why you are worried about the price of gas.” This is the same Abrams who would not concede her loss, just like Hillary Clinton. President Biden had simpler advice on inflation, though, just buy generic cereal. Sean Patrick Maloney of New York said something similar, just eat Chef Boyardee. But even so, the idea of inflation, which is at a forty year high, may just be a made-up thing anyway. It doesn't exist. As Joy Reed of MSNBC said, it's “not part of the normal lexicon of the way people talk… they've been taught.”
 
Donald Trump has been used in the same way, as a tool of gas lighting and as a pulse to determine political opinion. He is the 100 Flowers President and a symbol of a modern day Operation Trust. Take note: Donald Trump was accused of colluding with Russia to rig a Presidential election, putting our National Security at risk, acting like a dictator, extorting Ukraine, and on August 8, 2022, he became the victim as a former President of a politically motivated FBI raid on his Florida residence Mar-a-Lago over supposedly classified documents. 

However, it was actually the Clintons who brokered backdoor deals with the Russians - Uranium 1 - and it was Hillary Clinton who ran an unprotected server with sensitive information, including emails. It was also Joe Biden, and his supporters, who began their power trip with mountains of executive orders and calls to disband Congressional procedure and ignore Supreme Court Rulings, or pack the court. Turns out it was actually President Joe Biden, on video, who admitted he threatened Ukraine that if they did not fire a prosecutor investigating his criminal, crackhead son, they would not be getting a billion dollar aid package. Furthermore, Joe Biden is on tape in 2016 telling the former Ukrainian President, Petro Poroshenko, to keep the money tight so that incoming President Trump won't figure out what is happening. 

So what is happening here? Now we see that the pattern and plot thickens. We just learned that as Vice President, Joe Biden was keeping, illegally, classified documents at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement. This is the same University of Penn that received millions in CCP donations - $3 in 2020 and a total of $258 from China, Saudi Arabia, and other foreign countries. 

Not only did the same intelligence/government apparatus illegally spy on an incoming President in 2016, but virtually every government agency, politically corrupt official, and corporation, was using social media giants like Twitter as their personal censor. Requests poured into Twitter and Facebook from the incoming Biden team to censor the Hunter Biden laptop story, as confirmed by Mark Zuckerberg himself. Requests came from everyone from Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs to Dr Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner, now sitting board member of Pfizer. Censor political options and censor information contrary to the propaganda of multi-national corporations. Another report form the San Francisco Standard just unveiled that countless Doctors on social media promoting by LGBTQ rhetoric and pandemic mitigation were actually fake accounts. The White House also used Facebook as an official censor, blatantly telling the company: “We are gravely concerned that your service is one of the top drivers of vaccine hesitancy - period.” This included an attempt at censoring a viral video posted by Fox news broadcaster Tucker Carlson about adverse events of the Covid vaccine. The response: “Regardless of popularity, the Tucker Carlson video does not qualify for removal under our policies. Following the government's decision yesterday, we are allowing claims that the Johnson and Johnson vaccine causes blood clots, but we still do not allow categorical claims that it or other vaccines are unsafe or ineffective,” Facebook wrote to former Biden White House senior advisor for Covid-19 response Andy Slavitt. Going even further, they demanded Facebook do the same pertaining to any information about January 6, which they said was “plotted, in large part, by your platform.” 



We have watched how hundreds of billions of US tax dollars, and money that doesn't exist, which greatly contributes to inflation, have been shipped overseas to a country that has had intimate, shady, and treasonous, business ties with the President and his family - i.e. Ukraine. We watched how that money supported ‘fighting tactics' - such as setting up military equipment next to ‘schools and hospitals' - that according to Amnesty International ‘endanger civilians'. Then we watched that money pour back into the United States, largely to Democrats and the President, but also to Republicans, in a monumental money laundering operation run by Sam Bankman-Fried and FTX. We continue to watch the political establishment of America that should be concerned with our boarder, our people, our defence, our flag, etc., neglect such things in favor of protecting a border and people on the other side of the world, while flying their flag, even when it is clear that Ukraine is run by a dictator who has stripped away ‘rights' of publishing, press, free speech, and religion, in a war that is a losing proposition no matter how morally fought. 


Watching Zelensky (or Zelenskyy - a spelling that changes like the pronunciation of Kiev and Kyiv) literally meet with Hollywood actors, celebrities, etc., in the middle of a war, reminds us of President Joe Biden literally conducting staged events at a fake White House set. Watching Zelensky and his Nazi Azov march into our Capitol and demand money is shocking to say the least, calling it an investment. It is not an investment in anything except the military industrial complex, the Democratic Party, poverty, starvation, and global conflict. 


The entirety of human civilization is so fractured that breathing wrong can be seen as an aggressive action deserving of prison time. Opposition and free thought are no longer allowed anywhere under any circumstance. Earlier in 2022 President Joe Biden infamously stated that republicans opposed to his agenda were fascists. Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre went further, stating the if you don't think like the majority then you are an extremist, despite the fact that Biden's approval rating is below 40%. 

Recently we have seen both representative Dan Crenshaw and Fox News anchor Brian Kilmeade continue this rhetoric. The 20 Republicans refusing to support Kevin McCarthy for speaker were called terrorists, saboteurs, and insurrectionists. 

The new Secretary of State for Arizona, the drug cartel attorney Adrain Fontes, who claimed he'd work for all Arizonians, is also now claiming we must protect our elections from ‘Maga Fascists'. The new Attorney General in Arizona, Kris Mayes, seconded that by stating ‘we have to remain vigilant' in order to protect democracy. Any question of election tampering, rigging, manipulation, etc., is seen as worse than raping a child. Even in Brazil where convicted criminal, and therefore disqualified candidate, Luiz Lula da Silva, won the presidency over Jair Bolsonaro, the people have been protesting non-stop over what they know was a rigged election. Protest over the weekend involved mobs entering the grounds of the Brazilian government peacefully. The New York Times obviously compared this to January 6, 2021, conveniently since it happened on the weekend anniversary, suggesting that the two events were cut from the same cloth. Invocations of January 6 imply what that event has been used to invoke, the holocaust, Hiroshima, Pearl Harbor, etc. All of this while ignoring Ray Epps, who texted his nephew that morning stating: “I was in the front with a few others. I also orchestrated it.” Want proof, just listen and watch the videos where he is literally orchestrating the organization of marching capitol while Trump supporters claim he is a FED. 

Meanwhile in Mexico a civil war has broken out and remnants of it are beginning to pour across the southern boarder. Not only is this a reality denied by so many, but when President Joe Biden recently visited El Paso, Texas, the streets were cleaned up quickly to cultivate the appearance of a functioning city. 


What this tells us is that homelessness, drugs, violence, crime, border issues, supply chain problems and power outages (including open sabotage), are all easy problems to fix. They only persist because they benefit the people in power. 
((all clips played in this show are archived herein - some are hard to find and, if desired, should be shared with the show to as many people as possible))

Chalk Radio
The Greatest Existential Threat with Prof. Robert Redwine and Dr. Jim Walsh

Chalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 15:51


To most people, especially those who are too young to remember the Cold War, the possibility of nuclear Armageddon may seem so remote as not to be worth contemplating. But Prof. Bob Redwine and Jim Walsh, two of the instructors behind MIT's Nuclear Weapons Education Project (NWEP), warn that it may not be so unlikely after all, and that failure to take the threat of nuclear war seriously makes it more likely that it will actually occur. Redwine, Walsh, and their colleagues used their expertise from a wide array of fields to create the NWEP and its associated course 8.S271 Nuclear Weapons – History and Prospects. Together, the course and the project website represent an interdisciplinary effort to educate nonspecialists on the science, technology, and history of nuclear weapons, along with present efforts to prevent nuclear proliferation and to reach international agreements to reduce the likelihood of a world-devastating conflict. In this episode, we hear how the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki changed geopolitics forever, how a well-intentioned nuclear doctrine may have disastrous unintended consequences, and why understanding the topic of nuclear weapons requires an interdisciplinary approach. Relevant Resources:MIT OpenCourseWareThe OCW Educator Portal Professor Redwine's faculty pageJim Walsh's faculty page8.S271 Nuclear Weapons - History and Future Prospects on OCWNuclear Weapons Education Project website“Nuclear Gets Personal with Prof. Michael Short” (Chalk Radio episode)Music in this episode by Blue Dot SessionsConnect with Us:If you have a suggestion for a new episode or have used OCW to change your life or those of others, tell us your story. We'd love to hear from you! Call us @ 617-715-2517On our siteOn FacebookOn TwitterOn InstagramStay Current:Subscribe to the free monthly "MIT OpenCourseWare Update" e-newsletter.Support OCWIf you like Chalk Radio and OpenCourseware, donate to help keep these programs going!CreditsSarah Hansen, host and producer Brett Paci, producer  Dave Lishansky, producer Show notes by Peter Chipman

The Secret Teachings
TST 1/9/23 - Release the Kraken

The Secret Teachings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 120:01


We lay claim to what we name and therefore assume ownership. Names are powerful. They provide the designator with dominion and power over what is being named, see Genesis 2:19-20 or demonology. This is the same reason why we provide names to heat waves, hurricanes, and weather events in general, or talk about bomb cyclones and atmospheric rivers. It's why we redefine words like inflation, pandemic, virus, or vaccine. It's why we call January 6th Pearl Harbor, Hiroshima, etc. By invoking trauma and history we can control emotion. By personalizing something we can both control it and use it to control other people. From Hollywood to professional sports, and from media to healthcare, images, names and descriptions of octopus or squid are legion. Hollywood in particular is obsessed with using Lovecraftian images in movies, television shows, and even in the music industry. Consider the ink of these creatures, like black goo from the X Files, a vehicle to perpetuate an agenda. Ink is in the pen, which is mightier than the sword at creating new worlds and ideas. Professional hockey has the Seattle Kraken, a team that plays in climate pledge arena, yet another obsession of the ever changing narrative. Social media companies like Meta have recently used the squid as the centerpiece of their advertising campaign. In a new comic miniseries Rick and Morty are plunging into a pit of Lovecraftian horror, while Batman does the same for his next animated movie. The U.S. Army has the Typhon missile system, recently delivered by Lockheed. The Kraken is even a bitcoin trading platform. Now, in a place you would least expect it, even the world of health and medicine has classified a new ‘coronavirus' variant as the Kraken - with Basilisk, Argus (giant), Chiron (son of Cronus) and Typhon (god of chaos/storms) coming soon. Literally. It's everywhere. Such a name implies terror, as countless sailors felt about the legendary sea monster of the same name. In fact, the only reason that you would name something Kraken is if you wanted to frighten people by drawing on the energy of Cthulhu. With recent sightings of a Typhon-like monster in North Carolina and a literal Kraken-Octopus in BC, Canada, it seems that through these invocations of monsters, titans, etc., are literally being drawn (like a pen) into our world through sympathetic magic.

Those Who Wonder
TAI 047 - The Wright Brothers are Lowkey Responsible for Hiroshima

Those Who Wonder

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 4:52


We follow the Way. But little do we know... THE FUTURE IS HAPPENING NOW.

JIJI news for English Learners-時事通信英語学習ニュース‐
岸田首相、広島サミットへ地ならし 欧米5カ国と首脳会談へ

JIJI news for English Learners-時事通信英語学習ニュース‐

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 0:22


首相官邸に入る岸田文雄首相、6日午前、東京・永田町岸田文雄首相の欧米歴訪の日程が6日、固まった。 Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is set to visit all Group of Seven partner nations but one from Monday in preparation for this year's G-7 summit in Hiroshima.

Católicos Algo que saber
Nagasaki e Hiroshima eran habitables poco despues de 1945 mientras que Chernobil no-IT

Católicos Algo que saber

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 1:27


Nagasaki e Hiroshima eran habitables poco despues de 1945 mientras que Chernobil no-IT Nagasaki e Hiroshima eran habitables poco despues de 1945 mientras que Chernobil no-IT

Jerm Warfare: The Battle Of Ideas
Michael Palmer on Hiroshima and the faked atomic bombing

Jerm Warfare: The Battle Of Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 75:06


This conversation is a slideshow but is possible to follow via listening. Click on the full description below to watch the video. The United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War 2. Or did she? Full description Support my work View my sponsors

Wizard of Ads
WE 2023: “Working Together for the Common Good.”

Wizard of Ads

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 8:20


I've been getting a lot of questions lately about the 2023 Zenith of the “WE,” so today I'll give you a recap.The 3,000-year pendulum of Western Civilization* is energized by two good things that oppose each other: Every 40-year “ME” cycle is driven by the hunger for individuality and freedom of expression.Every 40-year “WE” cycle is driven by working together for the common good.We begin each of these cycles with the best of intentions; but then we take that good thing too far – all the way to the zenith at one end of the pendulum's arc – and begin to mourn what we left behind. 20 years up to the zenith, 20 years back down; then we begin our 20-year journey up to the opposite zenith; then 20 years back down to complete the 80-year roundtrip.There are two reasons why so few people say, “Hey, I remember this!” 1. We don't notice the truly important when we are distracted by the merely urgent.2. The pendulum is in the same position – headed in the same direction – just once every 80 years. How often do you listen to a 90-year-old when they say, “Back when I was 10 years old…” The 40-year “ME” cycle that began in 1963 was built on individuality and freedom of expression. That “ME” zenithed in 1983, then it slowly deflated until 2003. That's when we began our current “WE” cycle. And like every “WE,” it began with the beautiful dream of working together for the common good. As we reach the zenith of that “WE” – 2023 – we see the consequences of taking “working together for the common good” a little too far.Okay, a lot too far.Every zenith of a “WE” cycle is a time of intense opposition and strong beliefs. We feel that anyone who believes differently from us is stupid and evil and must be stopped at any cost. 1783 – The Revolutionary War ended on Sept. 3 with the Treaty of Paris. We spent the next 5 chaotic years writing and adopting – state by state – the Constitution.1863 – The middle year of the U.S. Civil War. Lincoln was assassinated 2 years later. Chaos.1943 – The middle year of America's involvement in WW II. Two years later we nuked Hiroshima and Nagasaki.2023 – (We shall see what we shall see.) Religiosity is often intense at the Zenith of a “WE” cycle. Disagreements often result from a lack of definitions of terms. For the purposes of this discussion, these will be the definitions of Faith, Religion, and Religiosity:Faith is that in which you place your greatest confidence.(Science? Politics? Deity?)Religion is the formalizing of a code of orthodoxy around your Faith.Religiosity is weaponized religion.Every reader takes from a text what he brings to it.“It is a short distance between believing you possess an error-free message from God and believing that you are an error-free messenger of God. The minute I believe I know the mind of God is the minute someone needs to tell me to sit down and breathe into a paper bag. As a general rule, I would say that human beings never behave more badly toward one another than when they believe they are protecting God.”– Barbara Brown TaylorYou can get ancient scriptures to confess to whatever you want if you torture them long enough.“The history of the world shows that when you place an ego and a spiritual text (the Bible, Torah, Quran, Bhagavad Gita, etc.) in the same room, the text will always end up in a chokehold.”– Michele Miller-NelsonEvery person deserves to be remembered for their finest moment. From what I know of Ernest Hemingway,

Fin de Semana
"En Japón, cuando yo he cantado por seguidillas, se han puesto hasta a llorar"

Fin de Semana

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 12:35


Hablamos con Jesús Heredia, cantaor. A sus 89 años pide una oportunidad para despedirse de los escenarios por todo lo altoEl flamenco es una forma de vida. No es solo un estilo de música, va mucho más allá. Y si no, que se lo digan a Jesús Heredia. Tiene 89 años y puede decir que le ha dedicado toda su vida a su gran pasión.Dice que cuanto él canta ese ¡AY!, ese quejío, lo siente de verdad. Y ahora quiere poner el broche de oro a esta gran carrera musical, galardonada incluso con reconocimientos de prestigio, actuando en un tablao flamenco. Aunque se está encontrando alguna dificultad...Jesús Heredia ha contado aquí en Fin de Semana de COPE su relación con Japón y cómo a los nipones les apasiona el flamenco: “Mi hijo tiene una academia en Hiroshima. En Japón, cuando yo he cantado por seguidillas, se han puesto hasta a llorar. Son unos apasionados del flamenco y además documentados”.Nos ha hablado también el cantaor sobre el futuro de este género musical: “Las nuevas generaciones en el flamenco están por innovar y probar cosas nuevas pero el Flamenco puro solo lo hacemos unos pocos”. Ha vuelto a pedir que le den una oportunidad para despedirse por todo lo alto en los escenarios: “Tengo un sueño y quiero hacerlo realidad. Estoy entusiasmado...

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO
Don Morrison Commentary-Christmas In Hiroshima

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 3:18


Don is an author, lecturer, member of The Berkshire Eagle's Advisory Board, a commentator for NPR's Robin Hood Radio, European editor of the British magazine Port, ex-Time Magazine editor, and a longtime part-time resident of the Berkshires

DON MORRISON COMMENTARY
Don Morrison Commentary-Christmas In Hiroshima

DON MORRISON COMMENTARY

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 3:18


Don is an author, lecturer, member of The Berkshire Eagle's Advisory Board, a commentator for NPR's Robin Hood Radio, European editor of the British magazine Port, ex-Time Magazine editor, and a longtime part-time resident of the Berkshires

ZeitZeichen
Der Todestag von Keiji Nakazawa (19.12.2012)

ZeitZeichen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022


Der japanische Zeichner Keiji Nakazawa verarbeitete in dem Manga "Barfuß durch Hiroshima" sein Leben nach dem Abwurf der Atombombe auf seine Heimatstadt Hiroshima.

WDR ZeitZeichen
Keiji Nakazawa, "Barfuß durch Hiroshima" (Todestag, 19.12.2012)

WDR ZeitZeichen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 14:49


Der Manga "Barfuß durch Hiroshima" hat die Welt der Comics revolutioniert. Der japanische Zeichner Keiji Nakazawa verarbeitet darin sein Leben nach dem Abwurf der Atombombe auf seine Heimatstadt Hiroshima. Das Werk gilt als einer der bewegendsten Comics aller Zeiten. Autorin: Barbara Geschwinde Von Barbara Geschwinde.

RNZ: Dateline Pacific
Hiroshima survivor calls for halt to Pacific wastewater dump

RNZ: Dateline Pacific

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 6:34


Hiroshima survivor backs call to halt Japan's plan to dump nuclear wastewater into the Pacific ocean.

RNZ: Dateline Pacific
Pacific Waves for 17 December 2022

RNZ: Dateline Pacific

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 17:09


Hiroshima survivor backs call to halt Japan's plan to dump nuclear wastewater into the Pacific ocean; We take a closer look at potential reasons for a record low voter turnout in the Fiji elections this year as vote counting continues; Pasifika songs with orchestral music has been brought to life just in time for the festive season.

Speak Your Piece: a podcast about Utah's history
Season 4, Ep. 12: Utah & America's “Downwinders” History with Mary Dickson

Speak Your Piece: a podcast about Utah's history

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 55:40


Date: April 11, 2022 (Season 4, Episode 12: 55 min. & 40 sec. long).  Click here for the Utah Dept. of Culture and Community Engagement version of this Speak Your Piece episode. Are you interested in other episodes of Speak Your Piece? Click Here.  This episode was co-produced by Brad Westwood and Chelsey Zamir. This SYP episode is an interview with Mary Dickson, a Downwinder and thyroid cancer survivor, with SYP host Brad Westwood. The episode details Dickson's personal history and her research regarding the implications of America's nuclear testing. This captivating and devastating story outlines the historical intersections between Utah, the Intermountain West, and the US's nuclear government testing, mostly done at the Nevada Test Site (300 miles from SLC), during and after America's Cold War (1947-1991). Dickson explains the historical context of the western USA during the era of the Cold War. A nation on edge due to the “Red Scare,” the USA rushed to win a nuclear arms race after Russia announced it has the technology necessary to build its own nuclear capabilities. Wanting to build a nuclear arsenal in response, the USA sought out a permanent bomb test site, finally landing on Utah's neighbor, Nevada (the Las Vegas Bombing and Gunnery Range), where the Nevada Test Site would come to be. Starting in 1951-1962, nearly 100 atmospheric nuclear tests were conducted, some of these bombs even more powerful than the bombs that leveled Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. Health claims from the surrounding population started to pile up including miscarriages and other largely unexplained ailments. In an attempt to tamper down concerns, the US government released a statement: these blasts aren't harmful and, in fact, so safe that people were encouraged to watch the blasts. Behind the scenes, the actual story was kept a secret for nearly forty years. Overall, throughout the eleven years of testing, as Dickson noted, about 160 million Americans suffered the consequences, knowingly or unknowingly becoming Downwinders, what Dickson defines as one who has been exposed, and/or lived downwind from the nuclear tests and became ill from the radiation.Dickson concludes that many people today still do not fully understand the fallout from America's nuclear testing. The knowledge of how widespread the exposure really was is still not widely known. After her own connection as a Downwinder, Dickson started interviewing and befriending many other Downwinders. She's also worked with many community members to advocate for the passage of the US congress bill that will expand Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (bills S.2798 and H.R.5338). After several years of advocacy work, Dickson compiled a series of monologues that consisted of interviews from fellow Downwinders and meeting minutes from the Atomic Energy Commission into a playwright titled “Exposed” which was picked up by Plan B Theater Company and continues as stage readings to this day.Bio: Mary Dickson is a former KUED TV creative director (now retired) and is the host of Contact with Mary Dickson on PBS Utah. She is an award-winning writer and playwright for “Exposed,” and is an internationally recognized advocate for survivors of nuclear weapon testing.Do you have a question? Write askahistorian@utah.gov

Red Pill Revolution
Artificial Baby Factories & Nuclear Fusion | Congress Introduces TikTok Ban

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 71:01


This week's episode discusses a concept unveiled for the world's first artificial womb facility, aka a baby factory where you can create a designer baby leading to a discussion of all of the horrific dystopian realities this could create. We also discuss the recent scientific win of creating net-positive nuclear fusion and what that could lead to. Lastly, we discuss the recently proposed ban on Tiktok by congress.   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 austin@redpillrevolution.co 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 so much for listening. Today, we are going to be touching on some wild scientific discoveries today and a few things that aren't scientific discoveries, , so let's talk about it. The very first thing is that the United States, uh, some scientific institution came out and talked about their ability to create potentially clean energy in an unlimited fashion. It was basically a, a scientific experiment that they'd been working on for quite some time where they were running 192 lasers. To try and see if they could cause nuclear fission fusion, nuclear fusion, , not fission, nuclear fusion. And that could mean for us unlimited clean energy, which would be nice according to what the cost of gas is. So that would be cool, although it's a much better than it's been. I would say it's about almost half of what I was paying at one point over the last few years. Anyways, after that, we are going to touch on Congress introducing a bill to ban TikTok over spying fears. Oh my gosh. It's almost as if somebody recommended that, I don't know, what was it, three years ago now, maybe four years ago. And now it's just a legitimate conversation all of a sudden because it didn't come from Donald Trump's mouth. And then, We are also going to be talking about Joe Biden getting a little upset over somebody bringing up his quote unquote fucking age , according to Joe Biden. He was pretty mad about that. And then lastly, what we are going to talk, talk about is the craziest thing, which is a company that unveil unveiled the world's first artificial womb. And if your face looks like mine right now, um, and it should, you, you're probably just as concerned as you should be. Um, it's pretty crazy and it's, uh, really, actually, really concerning. 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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 spoonfed 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. And I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the Revolution. All right. The very first thing that we are going to talk about today is going to be a fusion energy breakthrough. Which could lead to unlimited clean energy, which they're saying may just be 10 years away, which would be, again, pretty nice for everybody's bank account, although I'm sure they'll find a way to charge you in some way. But this is a pretty incredible breakthrough and, and it's not something that I've been following, but it seems like everybody's making a big deal about it. So let's figure out why . This says that US scientists have announced a breakthrough in nuclear fusion that could totally transform our energy needs. And this is coming from the Daily Beast. It says, the US Department of Energy announced Tuesday that it has accomplished net energy gain, one of the ma most major breakthroughs in making fusion a viable form of energy. For the first time ever, this milestone expert's hope paves the way for a possible future of unlimited clean energy. Now I'm gonna give you my breakdown cause I watched this release today on, uh, YouTube live of. The US Department of Energy discussing this, and I'm gonna tell you what I think happened and then we'll see how wrong I am  by reading the full article here. So from what I watched today, the US Department of Energy came out and celebrated the fact that they potentially worked out a way to cause a net energy gain in nuclear fusion, which sounds kind of crazy. It's pretty simple what they did. That's not that simple , but it's simple to explain enough to me. What it sounded like they did is they took 192 laser beams all in this small little glass container pointing at a singular spot, the half the size of a bebe. And what their goal was to do was to heat that little half little bebe up to a round 3 million degrees Celsius, and in doing so, they would cause a net gain of energy. which just means that what they did is they put in, let's say you put $1 in on this side of the machine and $2 comes out on this side of the machine. So the amount of energy that they actually put into heating up this BB caused the BB to emit more energy than it had taken in. So 192 laser beams all pointing at this little bebe. And that allowed them to create a, a, a small bebe to turn into as hot as a star and emit so much energy that it could be used for other purposes. And what I believe they said is that it, they put in about two kilo jewels of energy and out on the other side came three kilojoules. So a one point. Times net positive increase in energy from what they put into this that they would get on the outside of that. So you can imagine all of the applications that this could be used for, but that was my interpretation of it. That's what I heard. And this could be used in many ways. Initially it's gonna be used for military applications, I'm sure more than anything, but, and they said that Biden hopes to have this in place, which I'm sure he has so much poll when it comes to nuclear fusion , that this would only take 10 years to be commercial. Which is what this article here is alluding to. And it sounded like we were a bit farther away from that, according to the individual that was the spokesperson for the US Department of Energy, which said that they thought that we were several, several decades away. And then they ev they, the, the journalist on site actually even challenged her and said, well, Biden, you said Biden's goal was 10 years. You're saying it's going to take five, potentially three to five decades before we u utilize this technology. How do you reconcile that difference? She said, uh, and the response was all of, but you know, that's our hope. We really hope to be using this in the future, but we can't say it really is gonna depend on private investors and the private companies coming in and looking to invest into this. Sounds like they had somewhere around the realm of like 55 million or something. Maybe. Maybe it was, yeah. I believe if I recall correctly, it was 55 million. So let's see how right or how wrong I was by reading this article that actually explains it in a way that somebody sat down and wrote it out. So , they said, uh, this is an incredible ex, incredibly exciting result. Said St. Stefani DM, a fusion energy researcher at the University of Wisconsin Madison. She added that the breakthrough demonstrates how investment in modeling and detailed physics understanding is paying off With these recent advances, US Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm, told reporters at a press conference on Tuesday that researchers at the National Ignition Facility at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California were able to produce more energy from a fusion reaction then was required to create it during a December 5th experiment, hence the net energy gain. Now, this says a big quote here was from the White House Office of Science and Technology says that we have taken the first tentative step towards clean energy source that could revolutionize the world. This is a landmark achievement for the researchers and staff of the national IG Ignition facility who have dedicated their careers to seeing fusion ignition become a reality, and this milestone will undoubtedly spark more d. Last week, they shot a bunch of lasers at the app pellet of fuel, and more energy was released from the fusion ignition than the energy of the lasers going in. Wow. I was correct . So, uh, got that one right. Um, Rodi Prab Bahar, policy director for the White House of Office of Sciences and Technology said that the press conference, this is such a tremendous example of what perseverance really can achieve. The experiment used a process called inertial confinement fusion, which was involved, which involved shooting nearly 200 of the world's most powerful lasers at a tiny amount of hydrogen in order to replicate the nuclear fusion reaction that occurs every single moment on the sun. The lasers use 2.05 megajoules of energy to start the reaction resulting in a creation of 3.15 megajoules of energy. That's more than a 153% increase of power. While momentous, there are a few caveats. For one, the reaction lasts to the nanosecond, so it's not quite the constant self-sustaining process that we see play out on the sun. The amount of energy produced was also a mere fraction of what we get from a regular wall electricity outlet. Wow, that's disappointing. , LL and L Director, Kim Badillo also told reporters that researchers are still a few decades away from being able to create a commercially viable fusion reactor. However, this breakthrough is a consequential if somewhat small step towards the ultimate goal of limitless zero carbon energy production. We have taken the first tentative steps towards a clean energy source that could revolutionize the world along with clean energy initiatives. The fusion reaction also paves the way for a slightly more nefarious undertaking, the strengthening of the US national defense infrastructure. Marv Adams, the Deputy Administrator for Defense programs at the National Nuclear Security Administration, explains that the net energy game produced by the N I F helps advance national security in three ways. Um, this says is another large quote here, which says, in a world where we have fought wars over energy, energy, resources, and access to resources used in energy production, fusion brings us hope and an amazing challenge for one that helps defense programs maintain competence without testing nuclear weapons. It also helps bolster our weapons deterrence. The breakthrough also jettisons the US to the forefront of fusion energy research, serving as a signal to both our allies and enemies that we know what we are. I would hope so. . The announcement also included a few slightly mixed signals from the speakers while Bil stressed that there were still decades away from seeing fusion reactors that could be used as a part of widespread energy infrastructures. Grant Holmes said that President Joe Biden envisions a commercial fusion reactor, which in within 10 years, well thank God he won't be around to see that he was wrong. . Uh, however, BiDil explained that while inertial confinement fusion had achieved net energy gain, other types of fusion reactions, specifically magnetic fusion, which much farther along, uh, it says that the foundational technology to begin to scale up towards a power plant is further along than the magnetic fusion community. It's building more directly off the work that's been done in recent decades of facilities like Jet and the United Kingdom, the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, and. Nevertheless, Beil and her colleagues were bullish on the fact that the latest accomplishment was a major first step in providing out the vi viability of fusion energy for commercial purposes and potentially eliminating the energy woes that have plagued society since the Industrial Revolution. Yeah, it's funny how we didn't have energy woes until we decided to industrialize our culture. . Uh, in a world where we have fought wars over energy, we already read that quote. I'm extremely excited to see what's next in this field as we come to push innovation and drive towards a cleaner, more sustainable and equitable and just future. It's interesting how they can equate it to equity and justice. So as of right now, it means nothing for us at all, other than the fact that they can really heat up a BB for over a nanosecond. But at the moment, this does nothing for us. It does bolster our public outlook. From, like they said, allies and enemies regarding what our science and technology capabilities are and gives hope for the future that we will one day be able to also fly aircraft like the UAPs and UFOs that seemingly just blast off from anywhere in any direction, at any speed that they want at all times without any fear of ever getting rid of their energy source. Hey, that would be cool. All right, so that's what I got on that one. It is pretty cool though, I would say I watching it, it was interesting, you know, looking into the, the, there hasn't been too many large breakthroughs in nuclear science or anything really like this that, that we've heard big, large articles about recently. And so, uh, it is interesting. I'll give them that. And it is interesting to see what we could be able to do with this in the future. However, it seems a little bit farther. Then most people would hope that we're actually gonna be using this unless some people from the private sector step in and start to fund these things for profitable purposes. Because if we know anything about our government, it basically sucks at everything. And every $5 you throw into it, four gets thrown away. And by thrown away, I mean passed on to politicians and then one goes towards the actual entity or thing that you wanted to. And that's a very, very generous percentage that I just gave them there. So . All right. Um, this article comes from the Hill and it says the biggest five, uh, takeaways from the Fusion Energy Breakthroughs. And I'll just read you the headlines in here, which says, it's the first time a net energy gain has come from fusion. That's a cool thing. It's seen as other, another potential source of carbon free energy. Uh, then the next thing it says is breakthrough positions. Breakthrough positions, us or US as leader in global quest for fusion. Fusion still years off from becoming a mainstream energy source, and it has military implications. Hmm. Says, uh, this is a tiny scale version of the same process used to kick off a hydrogen or thermo nuclear bomb, which uses fusion power to release 1000 times as much energy as the bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945. That's terrifying. Fusion reactors don't contain nearly enough fuel to produce what kind of ex, uh, that kind of explosion. And a thermonuclear bomb requires a separate atomic explosion to trigger ignition according to the International Atomic Energy Agency. But US officials hinted at military applications, fusion is an essential process in modern nuclear weapons. And a milestone like this one has a strong argument for Amer American military. . The successful test demonstrates America's world leading expertise in weapons relevant technologies, while continuing to show our allies that we know what we are doing. , I like how that's the quote that everybody, we know what we're doing. Like I sure as hell hope. So if you're spending 55 million in, beaming a bunch of lasers at a tiny little bebe to do so. Yeah. Seems, seems like, uh, seems like you should know what you're doing. Anyways, let's go ahead and move on. Uh, this says that, oh, that this says that. I'm gonna take a drink of water. There it is. So much better. This says that Congress introduces a bill to ban TikTok over spying fears. Interesting. How somebody else, I can't exactly recall who, but somebody else seems to have proposed this several years ago for the same exact reason. , but now, apparently, because it's not that. So that, that, that person, um, that so-and-so who did this, uh, now seems to be a good idea because this was a bipartisan effort to ban TikTok. And let's go ahead and read this article, which comes from, uh, in gadget.com. Politicians in the US and house, uh, the politicians in this house and Senate have put forward bills to ban TikTok over worries China could use it to spy on Americans. And then it goes on to say, uh, that American politicians aren't just restricting access to TikTok. They now hope to ban it outright. Members of the house in Santa have introduced matching bills that would block transactions from any social media company in or influenced by China, Russias Cuban, or Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, the Anto Antisocial CCP Act. Averting the national threat of internet surveillance, oppression, censorship, and influence, and algorithmic learning by the Chinese comic Party. Wow, that's quite the name. Um, is meant to shut down access to TikTok and other apps that could use theoretically funnel, that could theoretically funnel American user data to oppressive government censor news or otherwise manipulate the public. Who in the world would allow a social media company to use user data to censor news or otherwise manipulate the public? No. Nobody would do that. Not, not, not the Lord and Savior. Mark Zuckerberg, not our man. Jack Dorsey, now formally known as Elon Musk, , CEO of Twitter. Um, we could never imagine the world. And then really it is. That's funny how it is now, just basically Instagram and TikTok or Instagram and Facebook that are the, the per purveyors of.  or welly in truth in the us But the fact that this, this is not being brought to light for our own companies is, is, is somewhat comical too, because literally we just found out that Twitter was actually actively censoring and blocking the active president of United States from utilizing Twitter while he was the sitting president for no reason at all, for no reason. They had no reason at all to do so, so they made one up and that seems like a good, it's absolutely against our first amendment and also is tampering with election outcomes, right? So, so hopefully if this bill is being in, in enacted, we will see some type of backlash for the things that are coming out with Twitter, although likely not because the government, as we also found out, was also involved in these things. So this goes on to say the rational echoes what US political leaders have argued for years. While TikTok has taken efforts to distance its international operations from those in China, such as the storing of US data domestically, critics have argued that parent company bite dance is ultimately at the mercy of the Chinese government. TikTok could potentially profile government workers and otherwise surveil Americans. According to the often repeated claims Republican bill co-sponsors send. Senator Marco Rubio and Mike Gallagher tried to draw links between some bite dance leadership in the Chinese Communist Party in an opinion piece in the Washington Post this November. At the time, 23 directors had previously worked by state backed media and at least 15 employees still did. The bill is also sponsored by House Republican Raja Krishna Mothy, that's quite the last name. K R i s A H N A M O O R T H I, Krishna Mothy. All right. In a statement, a TikTok spokesperson said it was troubling that members of Congress were putting forward legislation to ban the app. Rather than waiting for a national security review to wind down the bills will do nothing to advance national security according to the company. The firm added that that would continue to brief Congress on plans developed under the watch of security officials. The social network has consistently denied plans to track American users, uh, or otherwise deliberately assist Chinese surveillance efforts in the country. TikTok already faces some legal action. The states of Maryland and South Dakota have banned TikTok on government devices over security concerns in Indiana meanwhile sued TikTok for allegedly deceiving users about China's data access and child safety violations. The lawsuit with fine TikTok in demand changes to the services info handling and marketing claims, uh, says that whether or not the bills become legislation is uncertain. President Biden revoked former President Trump's orders to ban TikTok downloads, and instead required a fresh national security review. He's not expecting to override his own order. And while the bill sponsor characterize the measure as bipartisan, it's not clear the call for TikTok ban has enough support to c clench the necessary votes and reach Biden's desk To some degree, the anti-social CCP Act is more of a signal of intent rather than a practical at attempt to block TikTok. Hmm. Yeah. So it, it, Trump already tried this, literally did enact this and banned TikTok because of exactly this reason. And now it's being proposed again on both sides of the aisle. And the only way that it would get enacted is if Biden himself said, oh, you're right. I was wrong. And the likelihood of that happening unless he just forgets where he is and accidentally signs the bill before, I don't know, having to go empty his. Empty his colostomy bag or whatever he, he has his, his depends diapers, um, , I don't think there's much of a chance of this passing, but it is a signal to people. Like it said, it's a message that's being portrayed and, and it's a conversation that's being had around TikTok now pretty consistently as this one of the, as the most threatening social media application. I mean, I don't have it on my phone anymore. Now, I, the, a big piece of that is because I built my account and then got it banned for literally no reason whatsoever. Still have not received a response from them for that, uh, 55,000 people that were following there. But that's a different conversation. In this case, uh, you know, the, when you go through the terms of service, when you look at it, and, and a lot of people have been coming out and talking about this, it is by far the most aggressive application in stealing all of your data. It looks at all the text messages you send, it looks at all of the photos that you have access to on it. It, it basically tracks you everywhere you go. It knows exactly what you're typing into search bars. Every single piece of information that is on your phone can be accessed by TikTok and by the Chinese Communist Party. So, uh, you have to take that into consideration when you understand that the Chinese Communist Party may be our overlords in about 30 years. , and it may, may affect your social credit score that you, uh, I don't know, posted a funny dance on TikTok that got flagged for violence.  anyways, so there's that. Uh, I don't think anything is gonna happen with this, but the fact that it's even being talked about again, is good that it's in the public light and any, any at all pressure on social media companies to be more transparent, to stop collecting as much data, to start pushing our society in a positive direction as, as opposed to one of just straight consumerism and grossness surrounding the, the five to ten second videos that once you realize that you're literally just playing, if, if there was a little lever on the side of your phone that you had to, you know, use like a slot machine every time you wanted to see a new TikTok, I think we would start to look at each other. Pretty weird . It's like you, we are literally, we are absolutely just completely addicted to our phones and not even addicted to our phones at this point. I've talked about this before. It's the monopoly of attention through the large corporations, right? It what the way that the, the internet used to be. 50 50. Geez. It's not been long. 50 years. Um, so the, the way the energy, the, the internet has been or was originally back in the late nineties, early two thousands, even into the late two thousands was, uh, really until we got into social media apps. What, like 2006, 2007, Facebook started to come out. So it, it was the, you could, people would save bookmarks and go to the websites that they wanted to go to. Now people just go on directly to social media to get the feed of everything everywhere, all the time.  and it's this str, you know, shopping mall of information as opposed to going directly to other sources. That's why you have a really big trouble with this downturn of, of, you know, website sales and obviously you had the.com bubble, which, which maybe had a piece of that. But really what you're seeing is a monopoly of attention. And, and you see this everywhere. You see this with our, our food distribution, right? There's a, a Kroger, a Whole Foods, uh, Winn Dixie, and uh, uh, I don't know, whatever, whatever the hell other places there are around this country that you buy food from. But there's usually only one in each area that you go to. , right? The mom and pop shops have a really difficult time even being in the conversation, right? And that's not even bringing up Amazon. Amazon is completely taking over almost every business and being in, in a, a business that utilizes Amazon in some way, shape or form it, it's crazy to find out that Amazon gets its business by basically completely undercutting the businesses that it's buying stuff from. So by being the largest distributor, it also distributed distributes it at the lowest price, leading them to make the profits. And the company who actually came out with the materials and the product itself came up with the ideas, did the marketing, all of that makes less. And so you see this whole conglomeration of, of human collective consciousness that is all streaming through one to five different doors, depending on what you're talking about. If you're talking about food, you go to this place. If you're talking about, uh, Internet, or I'm sorry, talking about news. You go to these three sources. If you're talking about any interaction with any human ever, you go to social media. If you wanna buy anything, literally on the entire world, you go to Amazon, right? All this monopolizing of attention so that the mom and pop shops go away and the people who profit are the ones who are already billion and trillionaires and everybody else goes outta business. And you saw the worst of that when you saw that Target and Home Depot were allowed to be open while mom and pop hardware stores and mom and pop grocery stores were shut down, right? Because they have the biggest lobbying power. So I'm glad to see any one of these big, I'm, I'm really glad to see what's going on with Twitter right now. All of the files that are coming out, the Twitter files right now, I think we're on like. Five or or stage five of those. The things that it's come out with more recently is that Donald Trump was silenced and, and blocked from Twitter for no reason that there was cooperation with the government during that time. Uh, that there was, uh, initial tweets that were being deleted as a result of political affiliations. And then shadow Banning was absolutely real in that there was communications happening back and forth between Biden's team and Twitter during the Hunter Biden laptop situation. Right. And there's more to come. So we'll have to keep our eyes on that too. All right. Now next we're gonna talk about, uh, the, um, ecto life, which is the 30 or the world's first artificial womb. And then another thing I'd like to talk about, we're actually gonna skip the Joe Biden be an old thing cuz that's something we all know. No need to bore you with that. But I did find something on conspiracy Reddit, which I found to be quite interesting and it has since been. Deleted. So more recently, project Veritas came out with a video discussing the dean of a very well known school. Um, the man goes by Joseph Bruno at Francis w Parker School, and he admitted to showing children's sex toys in school during sex ed class thinking, oh, look at this butt plug. Like, look at this dildo. Like it's disgusting. The dean of a school, the dean, not a random 21 year old blue-haired Antifa member that infiltrated the school system. No, this is the dean of a well-known, established private school. All right. Which obviously makes it even more concerning. So let's go ahead and read this and, and now each of these statements come with receipts. So I will include this in this week's podcast companion. All right, which again, go to red pill revolution.co or go to. ck.com, um, or I'm sorry, red pill revolution.dot com, and you can sign up directly through red pill revolution ck.com. All right, so this has just started a deep dive on the private school dean that was showing children how to use sex toys Project. Veritas caught the Dean of students, Joseph Bruno at Francis w Parker School, admitting to showing children how to use sex toys in class. The school has some bizarre policies in place, including segregation from whites from others. The school has come out in strong support of the dean. The incident appears to be a textbook example of grooming. The school is in Chicago and is expensive with many famous alumni, including Anne Hench, who is reportedly investigating child abuse before her mysterious death in Hench has been open about her abuse at a young age. There were also very powerful political connections and billionaires engaged in bazaar missions. They are are connected to Democrat and Republican politicians. All right. Now the first thing is the Project Veritas Undercover video. So let's go ahead and see if we can pull that up first. And this is a video again, just coming directly from Project Veritas on Twitter. Let's see if we can actually get it to pull up for us. Hmm. Looks like it might have gotten deleted. All right, so you can go watch it yourself. Look up, uh, project Veritas, project veritas.com. Project Veritas on Instagram, project Veritas on Twitter. And you can find this video. All right. Uh, but it says that the school completely scrubbed their social media, and it said that this individual who seemed to do a pretty deep dive, and again, every one of these statements has a link backing up its statements here. So I was looking through the list of alumni and donors, and one name jumped out, Pritz. This family of billionaires was very actively in pushing sex ed. The children sex change medical procedures for children. They're invested in many medical companies that make the surgical equipment and meds for sex change operations. They donate to tons of medical associations, medical schools and clinics and hospitals. They have paid their way onto many boards. One member is cur, uh, is the current governor of Illinois. Wow. One member of the family is the current governor of Illinois. Another was the Secretary of Commerce under former, uh, under Obama, and another was a former Hillary Clinton Press campaign manager. The majority of their sex ed sex change activities for youth are coordinated through their nonprofit tawan foundation. The foundation is led by Jennifer Pritzker, formerly James Pritzker. Uh, and here Jay Pritzker is seen speaking as a guest of honor at Francis w Parker School, speaking to students about his transition from male to female. And there's an article about that directly from the school's website. And I got it pulled up right here. Um, it says, military re veteran historian, businesswoman, investor, developer philanthropist, transgender woman, and Parker graduate Colonel Jennifer Pritzker, 68 years old, returned to the school recently to speak at Morning X about the importance of understanding the military's role in a democratic society. Wow. This is not who I want teaching my children, . And that is quite the introduction, by the way. Anyways, let's go ahead and, uh, redone it goes, uh, on to say that Pritzker is also a donor and alumni to the school who's given millions. Note that Pritzker's donation to all sides. Um, literally everyone. Rudy Giuliani, Biden Bush, Alpac, Nikki, Halle, uh, Democrats of Tennessee, Democrats of Texas, R n C, Tammy Duckworth, labor Party, farmer's Party Libertarians. It just goes on and on for decades. It looks like the family is just buying influence from everybody. Here is a very interesting article about Jay Pritzker's involvement in SY synthetic sex identity by an investigative reporter. Balik comes from Tablet Mag. Another family Tom or another family member, Tom Pritzker, was recently revealed to be one of 12 John Doz, uh, being accused of one being one of Jeffy Epstein's and GLA Maxwell's co-conspirators in the underage sex trafficking of young women. Wow. I wonder how, where this association comes from in the family. Uh, the Pritzker family is discussed at three 11 of this video. Tom Pritzker's, Epstein connection is discussed at the start of this video. The family is consistently in USA's top 10 richest family, but asides from Illinois, they have almost zero name recognition, almost as if they're trying to maintain a low profile to avoid scrutiny and inquiry. Chicago Times and Vanity Fair documented several factions of the family's agreed on full display as they went to war with each other when the patriarch died in the late 1990s, even though they had all been left generations worth of wealth. Dean of Students, Joseph Bruno, specifically mentions in the Project Veritas video that he has an unlimited budget and that the administration would not at all be concerned about exposing underage children to at best, inappropriate information. The links I shared are barely the tip of the iceberg of this bazaar network. It goes much deeper and gets much darker. Predictably, there are already articles in MSM that attempt to preemptively shield any criticism notably of j Pritzker as transphobic or anti-Semitic. Some of the links didn't generate property. All right, cool. The very first, uh, thing that goes on to say is, um, have some, a quick few little responses here, uh, is somebody tells them to hide his IP address. . Somebody says Good work. Uh, yeah. Anyways, so interesting that the Dean of students, that project Veritas called out for basically teaching children how to use butt plugs in dildos is related to the Pritzker family, which is related to Jay Pritzker, right? Jay Pritzker was the one with, with, uh, let's see, no, Tom Pritzker, who is related to Tom Pritz. Who is one of the 12 John Doe that was being accused of being one of Jeffrey Epstein's co-conspirators. Wow. That is pretty wild. Now I don't really know what to make of this, but I thought it was an interesting correlation between this guy and this family. Let's go ahead and see if we can actually get a little bit more information about who this guy is. Let's see, the Pritzker family. So it is just talking about, uh, so basically the school was being funded by one of these people that are part of these families. And it's no coincidence that you're somebody who is a part of Jeffrey Epstein's co-conspirators would be trying to groom children at a high school age. Uh, That has since been deleted off of Reddit. You can't, you cannot find that. You cannot find it on, on conspiracy as at least that came from, uh, posted by Bonding Chamber was the name on Reddit. Uh, so go give that person a look and see if they come out with anything, cuz it did look like there was a seat in a certain amount of, uh, information here. That was pretty well, uh, pretty well dug up. So, um, anyways, let's go ahead and move on. The next and final topic that we are going to discuss here is the, uh, ecto, what is it? Ecto Life. Ecto Life is the name of this company. Okay. And let's see if I can even get a company website for you. No. Hmm. All right. Ecto Life had a press release recently saying that they revealed a concept which was the world's first artificial womb facility. So I have a video for this, and then we will go on and read some of this article here and here we go. Introducing Ecto Life. The world's first artificial womb facility, powered entirely by renewable energy. Ecto life allows infertile couple to conceive a baby and become the true biological parents of their own offspring. It's a perfect solution for women who had their uterus surgically removed due to cancer or other complications with ecto life, premature births and C-sections will be a thing of the past. Ecto life is designed to help countries that are suffering from severe population decline, including Japan, Bulgaria, South Korea, and many others. The facility features 75 highly equipped labs. Each state-of-the-art lab can accommodate up to 400 growth pods or artificial wounds. Every pod is designed to replicate the exact conditions that exist inside the mother's uterus. A single building can incubate up to 30,000 lab grown babies per year. Ecto life allows your baby to develop in an infection-free environment. The pods are made of materials that prevent germs from sticking to their surfaces. Every growth pod features, sensors that can monitor your baby's vital signs, including heartbeat, temperature, blood pressure, breathing rate, and oxygen saturation. The artificial intelligence-based system also monitors the physical features of your baby and reports any potential genetic abnormalities. The pods are equipped with a screen that displays real-time data on the developmental progress of your baby. These data are sent directly to your phone so you can track your baby's health from the comfort of your zone. The app also provides you with a high resolution live view of your baby's development. A special section in the app allows you to watch a time lapse of your baby's growth and share it directly with your loved ones. Because babies can recognize language and learn new words while still in the womb. Ecto life Growth Pods feature internal speakers that play a wide range of words and music to your baby. Through the app, you can choose the playlist that your baby listens. You can also directly sing to your baby and make them familiar with your voice before birth. Our goal is to provide you with an intelligent offspring that truly reflects your smart choices. Ecto life improves your bonding experience with your baby, thanks to a 360 degrees camera that's fitted inside your baby's growth pod. You can use your virtual reality headset to explore what it's like to be in your baby's place. See what they see, and hear what they hear. All right. I'm gonna pause that right there and we'll, we'll listen to the rest of this because this is so wild. This company is trying to artificially grow babies in a warehouse, and they spent how many millions of dollars producing this singular video, which is like movie level animation and cinematography, and. Cgi, like they spent so much money producing this video that where do you think this money is coming from? And, and here's another more interesting topic besides the fact that how creepy this video is, because if you have, you gotta see the video because what they're showing you on the screen is like this cgi, like mimicry of what this facility would look like. And they try to make it look all cool and hip and baby pods and like, but you know how, like, how discu could you imagine walking into this facility and seeing 30,000 babies lined up in like a football field arena, just sitting there in a glass jar on a shelf somewhere? And this to me, just tells me exactly where they're trying to go with this. What is a woman. If, if a, if a uterus is no longer magical, is no longer the, the, the, the giver of life and some cold, sterile glass box is where we're gonna grow our children, then the, the, the whole goal of all of this is, is transhumanism. This is transhumanism. Transhumanism is here. It is, uh, if you don't know what transhumanism is, it's basically humans trying to take control of our evolutionary cycle and push it in the direction that we want it to go, not where God wants it to go, not where fate wants it to go, not where the world or evolution needs it to go, but where we are playing God, we as humans are playing God by shoving a bunch of embryo little babies into a warehouse, 30,000 babies deep. As they minimize the, the, the power that is the femininity as they tell you that your uterus and capabilities of carrying children means nothing. Meanwhile, they wanna market to you so they can further commoditize children being born into this world because you know how much this is gonna cost. This, they try and play it off. Like, it's like, oh, this is gonna help Japan who has lowering numbers, and, oh, this is gonna help Venezuela, who's been really having an e Coli breakout, like, fuck no. This is going to benefit the celebrities who are going to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to have their son be seven four with the jawline of Arnold Schwarzenegger and the right hook of Mike Tyson and have their daughter looking like a Victoria's Secret supermodel walking out of the womb. And they're gonna spend $200,000 on it, and they're gonna give them a, a, a ridiculous sliding scale of IQ and all of the, like, this is going to become a commodity for rich people. And that does not even touch on the potential of this. Because if this is being marketed this way right now, this is already in effect somewhere, in a warehouse in China, in Ukraine, in some, a few skated country that doesn't have real laws surrounding this, that can do whatever the hell they want. This is already happening somewhere that they are growing babies in test tubes. And if you think human trafficking is horrible right now, can you imagine what it's gonna look like when a baby is born, as many babies as you could ever want, is born in a pod, in a glass tube, in a dusty warehouse in Ukraine, and you can buy it.  on the, the, on Amazon and have it shipped to your damn door. And you didn't need love, you didn't need attention, you didn't need a relationship. You don't have any of the foundations of what it takes to be a parent. In order to get this. You just need money. And the people that this is going to heavily affect initially is not going to be the, the, the downfall of Japanese, uh, uh, population. It's going to be the rich and the famous who are capitalizing off of spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to curate a picture. Perfect in high IQ baby with blue eyes and whatever the jaw line of, uh, handsome squidward This is terrifying, really. Cause if you think of it from a human trafficking perspective and, and you understand that this is already happening. You know, if they're spending millions of dollars doing this type of marketing for it, the CGI that goes into this video, you know that this is absolutely some country, some evil super villain somewhere has a dusty warehouse of 30,000 babies all lined up. And what happens if this goes wrong? What if this already went wrong? This is definitely didn't 100% perfectly fucking happen where you're just come out with a baby that looks great. How many, how many, one armed, three nosed, two-headed babies came out of this type of experiment and what happened to those? Because there's no way that they just 100% accuracy fired off this crazy scientific God-like experiment. And we're just supposed to expect that nothing went wrong in the meantime when you were, oh, I don't know, growing test tube babies in a dusty warehouse without any oversight. What? What in the world? Science is becoming like alchemists and dark magic wizardry and dark magic, and that is our today's science between mRNA, gene therapy and test tube babies and bombs a thousand times. The, the efficiency in, in, in size of what we saw in Hiroshima being created. Right now, science has gone rogue, wuhan lab gain of function research. Talk about that again, right? What, where do we draw the line? When, when is it? Because here's what you have to understand. Science is five steps ahead of legislation, if not 10 or 20, right? When you look at leg, leg, leg. When you look at regulatory agencies, when it comes to the financial markets, They are so far behind what is happening in crypto. That's what we're finding out with ftx, right? They're so far behind and they're trying to catch up, and they're trying to make legislation that, that, that helps protect people. And by people, I mean human beings, which is the exact thing that these scientific villains are creating in little baby test tubes in the meantime for proof of concepts so that they can sell them to celebrities so that those celebrities can have hot and smart babies instead of the ones that God intended for them to have. And then all of the weirdness, like, oh, pretend to be your baby in our glass tube with your virtual reality headset. How about, no, how about, I don't wanna do that. How about this is disgusting. And I draw the line at at, at Scientifically Grown test tube babies like nobody, nobody asked for this. Nobody maybe besides Claw Schwab in the World Economic Forum. Nobody wants this. Nobody needs this. And talk about fertility issues. Yeah. Okay. You got, you got a hysterectomy. That's horrible. There's, there's surrogates out there. You don't need to grow a baby in a test tube because how many, how many times? What happens when it does go wrong? Right. What happens when there is an anomaly in their genes like they talked about? What happens when there's an, it's a it, it comes out with three noses. What are they gonna do with that baby? Hmm. And if they're already doing this and somebody gets ahold of this technology, which they will, and some billionaire can, I don't know, like Jeffrey Epstein can grow babies in his basement. And this is commercialized. This technology will be commercialized just like nuclear submarines were sold off from Russia. This technology will eventually hit the black consumer market. The underground grossness. That is the place where people purchase illegal firearms that people purchase. Uh, literally human trafficking occurs in, in drug markets. Like this will be a technology that we will have invented that will never go away. There's nothing you can do about it. And then you will have a future. Jeffrey Epstein growing babies in his basement, all because you wanted to fiddle. Fuck around, trying to see if you could what? Congratulations, you made a baby in the test tube. Now what? Nobody asked for this. Using a wireless haptic suit connected to your baby's growth pod, you'll be able to sense their kicks in the womb and share this experience with your friends and family members. You know how else you can experience haptic feedback in the womb? I don't know. Maybe be pregnant. Where, where did we get this idea that women aren't women? Babies aren't babies coming from women. Women don't gain their power from the ability to literally create life like they are stripping humanity of its sense of humanity. We do not need this at all. We don't need you to, to put a haptic feedback suit on for me to feel my baby kick. You know how I felt? My baby kick. I put my hand on my wife's stomach. That's how you feel a baby kick. You don't put on a haptic feedback suit. You weirdos. Like how? How many of the people at this scientific corporation actually have children? Cause I would venture to say zero. Nobody what? Who wants this? And what stops this from becoming a slave trade, right? If you can literally clone babies in your basement and, and grow humans at will, why not cr cr why? What stops these humans from becoming lower class citizens and what stops us from becoming lower class citizens if they're just that much smarter and more beautiful than us? What stops us from becoming the peasants and they take over the damn world, and now because we weren't grown in the test tube, we're not as good as they are for life, and, and it becomes this whole war like you're, you're, we're, we're causing a domino effect in the future that that was not intended for us. Again, these scientists are acting as if they are gods and nobody asked for. Be able to sense their kicks in the womb and share this experience with your friends and family members. With ecto life, your baby will receive the best nutrients that can support their growth. Each group of pods is connected to two central bioreactors. The first bioreactor contains nutrients and oxygen, which are supplied to your baby through an artificial umbilical. This bioreactor also contains a liquid solution that serves as the amniotic fluid that surrounds babies in the mother's uterus. It's rich of vital hormones, growth factors, and antibodies that sustain your baby's growth and development. Thanks to a system controlled by artificial intelligence, each baby receives custom nutrients tailored to their needs. The second bioreactor is designed to eliminate any waste products produced by the babies. The artificial umbilical cord helps the babies to release their waste products into the second bioreactor. With the help of a delicate layer of engineered enzymes, the second bioreactor can then recycle waste products and turn them back into useful nutrients. This way, the facility ensures a steady and sustainable supply of fresh nutrients to your baby. With ecto life, miscarriage and low sperm count are a thing of the past prior to placing the fertilized embryo of your baby inside the growth pod. In vitro fertilization is used to create and select the most viable and genetically superior embryo, giving your baby a chance to develop without any biological hurdles. It's amazing them. It's amazing seeing them go through so much effort. This huge technological ar virtual reality baby with bio, what did they say? Biowaste and, and nuclear bioreactors and all of this, like AI, techno, you know, what does all of this? A human woman, a human woman's body does literally every single piece of this. It monitors them. It gives them the infor, it gives them the nutrients they need. It, it, it protects them with the am am like it. It does all of that. It already does that. The umbilical cord does not need to be artificial. We already have all of these things taken care of. Thank you. Evolution. Thank you Earth. Thank you God, for creating women, real actual women who can make babies without a Biore react. Just seeing the, the, the, the lengths that they're willing to go to strip us from our humanity is incredible. And if you want your baby to stand out and have a brighter future, our elite package offers you the opportunity to genetically engineer the embryo before implanting it into the artificial womb. Thanks to CRISPR Cas nine gene editing tool, you can edit any trade of your baby through a wide range of over 300 by genetically engineering a set of jeans. The elite package allows you to customize your baby's eye color, hair color, skin tone, physical strength, height, and level of intelligence. It also allows you to fix any inherited genetic diseases that are part of your family history, so that your baby and their offspring will live a healthy, comfortable life free of genetic diseases. Hold it, look and push. Say goodbye to the pain of childbirth and birth related muscle contractions. Ecto Life provides you a safe, pain-free alternative that helps you deliver your baby without stress. The delivery process is smooth, convenient, and can be done with just a push of a button. After discharging the amniotic fluid from the artificial womb, you'll be able to easily remove your baby from the Growth pod. Everything is perfectly designed so you and your partner can enjoy the delivery process. To ensure full transparency, our post delivery free d n paternity test helps you confirm the genetic identity of your baby so you can return home knowing that your baby is genetically yours. You don't have to worry about power cuts or carbon footprint. Ecto life uses, highly efficient, been sitting here with my mouth open this entire time. Their premium package. Choose your baby's eye color and their hair color, and their intelligence and their genital size. With our premium 2.0 package that only costs you an additional 1.7 million. Where does the, where do we step in and just draw the line? How do, how do we wave our hands at science and go, no, thank you. Don't want this one. Let's pass it as humanity. Like we're allowing a, a subsection of culture, of humanity, of humans to determine the evolutionary trajectory of our species without the consent of. What is it? 0.03% of people 0.0 0, 0, 0, 0 0, 0 1% of people have anything to do with this type of scientific, uh, research. And then as a much smaller percentage have anything to do with the, the, the actual enacting of this type of thing. And we're going to allow them to genetically modify babies and test tubes so that you can pick its eye color, like it's a tomagotchi. Like wh where, when do we get a say and, and, and how do we do, do we wave our hands? Do we gotta go back and, and give the, the, the nerds a swirly again  to tell 'em this is not okay. Like, wh wh where, where do we get our. How do we get to say no? As a human species, we draw the line at genetically modifying babies in test tubes without human intervention because we have no idea at all what the implications are of this technology at all. Clean, renewable energy consisting of solar and wind power. The highly advanced pods operate with minimal energy needs, making it easy for your baby to make it to full term without any complications. And for those who want a more convenient solution, ecto life is made accessible so your life can be easier. Thanks to our miniaturized, bioreactors, and long-lasting batteries, you can use ecto life growth pods at the comfort of your home, allowing you to incubate your baby in your building without the need to visit our factory. By owning your special growth pod, you will have the ability to build a happy family, one baby at a time away from any birth complications. The concept of Ecto life facility was designed by bio technologist and science communicator Hasha Melley. It relies on groundbreaking research work that has been conducted by scientists and engineers since 1950s. Tired of waiting for a response from an adoption agency. It's also weird how there's, so there's a few very slight but significant gramer issues in the reading of this script here since 1950s is not a proper sentence. So the amount of money that they spent on this for them to have grammatical errors in their scripting for how this woman is reading this is, is kind of bizarre to me. Since technology that was being developed since 1950s, since the 1950s, I don't know, just seems off to me that such a large production would have misspoken sentences, like wrong scripting that was put out as a result of this. And they even said, you could take this to your home. Like just don't come to our baby factory to get your baby. We're gonna put the baby growth encapsulated directly next to your bed so you can grow a baby. Just like you can grow a monster plant . Like, uh, this is just, I don't even know how to feel. I do know how to feel about it. I'm, I'm appalled. This is the most disturbing thing I have come across in my entire. The fact that we are even contemplating this, the fact that we are even allowing this, the fact that this is not a explosion of outcry regarding this, this disgusting technology that is being unveiled as a baby factory. How many baby factories do you think there are already around the world? And what is gonna happen when there's a baby factory in, in the but underneath Epstein Island, just pumping out babies to be whatever in the world they wanna do with them, where they can even genetically modify that baby to be unbelievably beautiful and intelligent or stupid, completely unsent. , but you have a, a, a 10 model, Victoria's secret model, uh, human that comes out of this without even the ability to speak or think for themselves or with very high levels of agreeableness and very low levels of muscular strength. Like all of the, all of the things that come into play with this. And imagine the world where a government only allows you to do this through their technology and what are they gonna do to this baby to be able to track it moving forward. What if, what if the government's going to ban women getting pregnant and having babies at home? And all you, the only way that you get to allow to have a baby, which again, is already happening in China, where they don't want you to have a boy or a girl. And if you have a girl like you, get one or two babies. And if you have more than that, it was literally they would come knock on your door and take your baby from you. So it's not outside the realm of possibility that a government would intervene in, in the, the, the. The outcome of reproduction. It's already happening. So we're already moving towards this. And, and what about a world where a government only allows you to go through their system to have your baby and every one of those babies that they put out, when the back round algorithm of whatever AI technology is giving your child's sentience in this little test tube that is not from the universe or God, they just, you know, ratchet up a little bit more agreeableness, they ratchet up a little bit more, uh, I don't know, naivety, they ratchet down a little bit more of the, uh, I don't know, um, ability to think for yourself. And they ratchet down depending on what your income level is or your personal intelligence or your social, I, your, your social credit score determines what type of baby you can have. What if that happens? And the, the government is telling you, oh, well, you only have a, a, a four 20 social credit score out of 800. So you don't, you don't, you get an ugly baby that's stupid is under six or is under five six and can barely speak for themselves. That's the only type of baby that you want. But it's the only bit's, the only baby you can get because if you have a baby yourself, we're gonna come grab it from you because it's not an agreeable Americanized test tube baby that you had to pay a hundred thousand dollars for over a loan period for the rest of your life to have a baby. There's a really interesting place that our humanity goes, and by interesting, I mean completely dystopian as a result of this technology being rolled out. If it's even real, and I'm sure it is just based on what we know already they were doing with the chimeras and all, all of this, this, this weird cloning and all of the things that have been going around in the background. So, and, and then there's even like arguments being done based on this that's trying to argue this use case. How disgusting. Now there's an article that comes from science in stuff.com/ecto life dash artificial dash wombs. And you can read a little bit more about this. I will let you do your own research. That is my, that's my thoughts on it. This is disgusting. It's hyper concerning. Um, you know, just looking at this. A brave new world. No, no, a dystopia where you don't have access to children unless you go through the AI algorithms that are being implanted into your children's brain at. , which you have no control over, and they're designing your baby around your social credit score. You know, whatever level of your social credit score, which is really just your level of agreeableness to the government, allows you which type of baby that you get. Do you get a smart one or you get a dumb one? Do you get a pretty one? Or you get a stupid one? You get a tall one or you get a short one, you get an athletic one, or you get a, a weak ass little baby  and it's all based off how, what, what type of that mean tweet that you said about Joe Biden calling him old now. Now you can't have blonde hair, you can only have brown hair and then all of a sudden you, you spoke up about XII and ping and now you can only have red hair  and super, super white pasty skin. Uh, nothing against red-haired, pasty skin people. I'm, I'm pretty close to you. Um, , you can see where this goes. And, and really you can't see where this goes, but you can see how dark it can get, whether it's human trafficking, whether it's social credit, score based babies, whether it's, uh, all of these horrific ideas come to mind, and this is just scratching the surface is what is gonna be the result of this. Totalitarian governments are only allowing you to go through their technologies which have embedded within these children certain qualities that make them good citizens instead of self thinking individuals. 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Histoire Vivante - La 1ere
La péninsule coréenne face aux traumatismes de l'Histoire (2/5)

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 32:34


Victime de l'appétit des empires au XIXe siècle, dominé par le Japon au début du XXe siècle, la Corée a connu souffrances et blessures avant même sa partition. Quatre jours après Hiroshima, les troupes soviétiques pénètrent dans la péninsule et contribuent à la libération de la Corée. Les Etats-Unis bousculés fixent alors en toute hâte une ligne de démarcation opérationnelle au niveau du 38ème parallèle. Le 25 juin 1950, la guerre de Corée éclate. Aujourd'hui sur le plan juridique, la guerre de Corée n'est techniquement toujours pas terminée, les deux Corées n'ayant signé aucun traité de paix. Laurent Huguenin-Elie s'entretient avec Alain Delissen, historien, directeur d'études à l'EHESS et membre du Centre de recherches sur la Corée (CRC). Photo: un soldat de l'armée US (à gauche) accompagné de soldats de l'armée russe. Au dos de cette photo on peut lire: "38e parallèle, nord de Séoul, novembre 1945. Soldats russes gardant la frontière." Après la fin de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, la 25e armée soviétique était basée à Pyongyang (nord). Comme les forces américaines au sud, les troupes soviétiques sont restées en Corée pour reconstruire le pays. (© Don O'Brien/flickr)

ShelfLogic
Check This Out: Drive My Car

ShelfLogic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 14:59


In this Criterion Collection selection and Oscar winner for Best International Picture we follow actor-director Yusuke Kafuku as he transitions from his wife's death to a new beginning directing the classic stage play Uncle Vanya in the city of Hiroshima. The screenplay, casting, and performances are on point. Themes of the story include: rebirth, emptiness, storytelling, memory, murder and madness. Check this out!

Real Life French
Immeubles (Buildings)

Real Life French

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 4:52


La ville japonaise d'Hiroshina projette de détruire deux immeubles qui ont survécu à la bombe atomique de 1945, mais certains locaux veulent que ces bâtiments soient conservés. Traduction: The Japanese city of Hiroshima plans to knock down two buildings that survived the 1945 atomic bomb - but some locals want them preserved as landmarks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Fact Hunter
Episode 130: Prelude to War - Bernard Baruch

The Fact Hunter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 37:58


Bernard Mannes Baruch (August 19, 1870 – June 20, 1965) was an American financier and statesman.After amassing a fortune on the New York Stock Exchange, he impressed President Woodrow Wilson by managing the nation's economic mobilization in World War I as chairman of the War Industries Board. He advised Wilson during the Paris Peace Conference. He made another fortune in the postwar bull market, but foresaw the Wall Street crash and sold out well in advance.In World War II, he became a close advisor to President Roosevelt on the role of industry in war supply, and he was credited with greatly shortening the production time for tanks and aircraft. Later he helped to develop rehabilitation programs for injured servicemen. In 1946, he was the United States representative to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission (UNAEC), though his Baruch Plan for international control of atomic energy was rejected by the Soviet Union.

Sake Revolution
Sake Spotlight: Yamaguchi

Sake Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 35:04 Transcription Available


Episode 129. This week we focus our spotlight on sake and stories from another prefecture: Yamaguchi!  Well known in Japan as the home to the poisonous but delicious Fugu (Japanese blowfish aka pufferfish), there are a number of outstanding breweries in the Prefecture. Located on the far western tip of Japan's main Honshu island, Yamaguchi is not close to Tokyo, but does have easy access to Hiroshima. To dip our toe into the wide world of Yamaguchi sake, we taste the stunning Gangi Mizunowa Junmai Ginjo. This expressive and fruity brew elegantly layers pineapple, mango and a whisper of floral notes to create a silky smooth and enjoyable aroma and flavor.  But does it pair with Fugu?  Listen in and discover a bit of what Yamaguchi sake has to offer. #sakerevolutionSupport the show

Ship Hits The Fan
The Real Story of the USS Indianapolis Part 2 - Ship Hits the Fan Podcast

Ship Hits The Fan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 38:37


July 28th, 1945 - The USS Indianapolis set out from Guam after dropping off the components for the bomb destined for Hiroshima. Two days later, the Indianapolis had sunk. A third of her crew was dead and the rest clung desperately to life boats as the sharks circled. Follow us on social: https://twitter.com/mc_lotta https://twitter.com/handsomemaster2 Are you a FIRST Member and need your Private RSS feed for this show? Go here: bit.ly/FIRSTRSS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Garden Dilemmas, Delights & Discoveries
Episode 85 - Enduring Hope of Ginkgo Trees

Garden Dilemmas, Delights & Discoveries

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 8:33 Transcription Available


Peter Crane's book Ginkgo: The Tree that Time Forgot is a fascinating biography of the living fossil– a tree that survived the horror of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. With its resilience comes great lessons of enduring hope for peace. (I met Peter when he spoke at a Woody Plant Conference held at the Scott Arboretum in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, where magnificent ginkgo espaliers and trees command the lawn.)  The episode ends with the analogy of the surviving ginkgo with inner cambium, which is like the inner light that guides us -- far more significant than our heritage, country, or family history.I share a poem by Sufi poet Hafiz titled No More Leaving that explains the potential of our inner light.  We are all one in our world, and deeply rooted in all of us is an internal code of honesty, trust, and kindness, not judging others or ourselves.  Link to Related Stories:  Enduring Hope of Ginkgo TreesThe Fall of a Leaf  ***I'd love to hear about your garden and nature stories. And your thoughts about topics for future podcast episodes. You can email me at AskMaryStone@gmail.com. Thanks so much for tuning in :^)You can Follow Garden Dilemmas on Facebook and Instagram #MaryElaineStoneEpisode web page —Garden Dilemmas Podcast PageThank you for sharing the garden of life,Mary Stone, Columnist & Garden DesignerGarden Dilemmas? AskMaryStone.com   

Krewe of Japan
Reverse Culture Shocked!

Krewe of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 41:11


This week on the Season 3 penultimate episode of Krewe of Japan... Everyone knows the term culture shock, but this week Jenn & Doug back it up and put it in reverse... and take a look at REVERSE culture shock. They talk about the difference between culture shock & reverse culture shock, share some experiences with it, and how to cope when going through reverse culture shock.  Travel's been back on the menu the back half of this season... but you eventually gotta go home. Might as well be prepared!------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at kreweofjapanpodcast@gmail.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, TikTok: @kreweofjapanpodcast, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!

New Books in History
Jonathan R. Hunt, "The Nuclear Club: How America and the World Policed the Atom from Hiroshima to Vietnam" (Stanford UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 78:58


The Nuclear Club: How America and the World Policed the Atom from Hiroshima to Vietnam (Stanford UP, 2022) reveals how a coalition of powerful and developing states embraced global governance in hopes of a bright and peaceful tomorrow. While fears of nuclear war were ever-present, it was the perceived threat to their preeminence that drove Washington, Moscow, and London to throw their weight behind the 1963 Limited Test Ban Treaty (LTBT) banishing nuclear testing underground, the 1967 Treaty of Tlatelolco banning atomic armaments from Latin America, and the 1968 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) forbidding more countries from joining the most exclusive club on Earth. International society, the Cold War, and the imperial U.S. presidency were reformed from 1945 to 1970, when a global nuclear order was inaugurated, averting conflict in the industrial North and yielding what George Orwell styled a "peace that is no peace" everywhere else. Today the nuclear order legitimizes foreign intervention worldwide, empowering the nuclear club and, above all, the United States, to push sanctions and even preventive war against atomic outlaws, all in humanity's name. Grant Golub is an Ernest May Fellow in History and Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School and a PhD candidate in the Department of International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His research focuses on the politics of American grand strategy during World War II. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Jonathan R. Hunt, "The Nuclear Club: How America and the World Policed the Atom from Hiroshima to Vietnam" (Stanford UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 78:58


The Nuclear Club: How America and the World Policed the Atom from Hiroshima to Vietnam (Stanford UP, 2022) reveals how a coalition of powerful and developing states embraced global governance in hopes of a bright and peaceful tomorrow. While fears of nuclear war were ever-present, it was the perceived threat to their preeminence that drove Washington, Moscow, and London to throw their weight behind the 1963 Limited Test Ban Treaty (LTBT) banishing nuclear testing underground, the 1967 Treaty of Tlatelolco banning atomic armaments from Latin America, and the 1968 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) forbidding more countries from joining the most exclusive club on Earth. International society, the Cold War, and the imperial U.S. presidency were reformed from 1945 to 1970, when a global nuclear order was inaugurated, averting conflict in the industrial North and yielding what George Orwell styled a "peace that is no peace" everywhere else. Today the nuclear order legitimizes foreign intervention worldwide, empowering the nuclear club and, above all, the United States, to push sanctions and even preventive war against atomic outlaws, all in humanity's name. Grant Golub is an Ernest May Fellow in History and Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School and a PhD candidate in the Department of International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His research focuses on the politics of American grand strategy during World War II. 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