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Astro arXiv | all categories
Infrared Radiation Feedback Does Not Regulate Star Cluster Formation

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 0:51


Infrared Radiation Feedback Does Not Regulate Star Cluster Formation by Shyam H. Menon et al. on Sunday 25 September We present 3D radiation-hydrodynamical (RHD) simulations of star cluster formation and evolution in massive, self-gravitating clouds, whose dust columns are optically thick to infrared (IR) photons. We use texttt{VETTAM} -- a recently developed, novel RHD algorithm, which uses the Variable Eddington Tensor (VET) closure -- to model the IR radiation transport through the cloud. We also use realistic temperature ($T$) dependent IR opacities ($kappa$) in our simulations, improving upon earlier works in this area, which used either constant IR opacities or simplified power laws ($kappa propto T^2$). We investigate the impact of the radiation pressure of these IR photons on the star formation efficiency (SFE) of the cloud, and its potential to drive dusty winds. We find that IR radiation pressure is unable to regulate star formation or prevent accretion onto the star clusters, even for very high gas surface densities ($Sigma > 10^5 M_{odot} , mathrm{pc}^{-2}$), contrary to recent semi-analytic predictions and simulation results using simplified treatments of the dust opacity. We find that the commonly adopted simplifications of $kappa propto T^2$ or constant $kappa$ for the IR dust opacities leads to this discrepancy, as those approximations overestimate the radiation force. By contrast, with realistic opacities that take into account the micro-physics of the dust, we find that the impact of IR radiation pressure on star formation is very mild, even at significantly high dust-to-gas ratios ($sim 3$ times solar), suggesting that it is unlikely to be an important feedback mechanism in controlling star formation in the ISM. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2206.14190v2

Astro arXiv | all categories
Infrared Radiation Feedback Does Not Regulate Star Cluster Formation

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 1:02


Infrared Radiation Feedback Does Not Regulate Star Cluster Formation by Shyam H. Menon et al. on Sunday 25 September We present 3D radiation-hydrodynamical (RHD) simulations of star cluster formation and evolution in massive, self-gravitating clouds, whose dust columns are optically thick to infrared (IR) photons. We use texttt{VETTAM} -- a recently developed, novel RHD algorithm, which uses the Variable Eddington Tensor (VET) closure -- to model the IR radiation transport through the cloud. We also use realistic temperature ($T$) dependent IR opacities ($kappa$) in our simulations, improving upon earlier works in this area, which used either constant IR opacities or simplified power laws ($kappa propto T^2$). We investigate the impact of the radiation pressure of these IR photons on the star formation efficiency (SFE) of the cloud, and its potential to drive dusty winds. We find that IR radiation pressure is unable to regulate star formation or prevent accretion onto the star clusters, even for very high gas surface densities ($Sigma > 10^5 M_{odot} , mathrm{pc}^{-2}$), contrary to recent semi-analytic predictions and simulation results using simplified treatments of the dust opacity. We find that the commonly adopted simplifications of $kappa propto T^2$ or constant $kappa$ for the IR dust opacities leads to this discrepancy, as those approximations overestimate the radiation force. By contrast, with realistic opacities that take into account the micro-physics of the dust, we find that the impact of IR radiation pressure on star formation is very mild, even at significantly high dust-to-gas ratios ($sim 3$ times solar), suggesting that it is unlikely to be an important feedback mechanism in controlling star formation in the ISM. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2206.14190v2

Into The Darkness
Detention , Asylum : Twisted Horror and Fantasy Tales and Infrared

Into The Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 42:38


The first movie I talk about is Detention. A horror comedy about a copy cat serial killer called Cinderhella attacks co-eds in detention . The second movie is am anthology called Asylum : Twisted Horror and Fantasy Tales. A clown doing his last stand up show tells some twisted stories . The last one is a found footage movie called Infrared . A paranormal investigator and his film crew film there show called Infrared in an old abandoned school --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

One Radio Network
09.21.22 Atom One

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 71:34


ORN Atom Bergstrom show notes 9/21/22 What will people do for a living after the Great Reset? Taxing your solar panels, metering your wells, and constraining your rain water usage. Keeping you from consuming “too much". If you're not an elite, you'll be one of the obsoletes. We need to take a wrecking ball to all hospitals and medical establishments. The only way out is a revolution. Food additives being touted as a health supplement at a greatly increased price. JovialFoods.com olive oil is dated when olives are picked. Look for “estate grown and packed” on olive oil labels. Soy first manipulated in 1888 by radiation. DDT also used for food manipulation. Can now use CRISPR to make anything they want. Vitamins don't cause acid or alkaline reactions until you overdose on them. Any beneficial effect is from shocking the body. If taking big niacin doses, need Vitamin C with it to prevent toxicity. Homeopathy – a thief to catch a thief. Allopathic medicine - a cop to catch a thief. The allure of foods from far away and mysterious places. Caviar (which is an egg) is an excellent food for making babies, especially if eaten at sex-circulation time. ADAPTNOW sale. 20% off Surthrival Chaga and Reishi. “Toilet to tap” water, aka poop-water, coming in California. Purifying sewage water until it becomes clean enough to drink. Slowing digestion down with cold water. Venison and wild game digests faster than pastured meat. Mushrooms are a reflex to the penis. Frigidity implosion. 6.8 earthquake in Taiwan, 7.5 in central Pacific coast of Mexico. Texas is sinking, it's not the ocean rising. Taking the oil out is causing subsistence. US napalmed AWOL US soldiers in the jungle. Story buried after news organization bought off. Does the energy of meat that people eat harm them? Yes, if the animal suffered before death. Want wild-caught fish. Be wary of food labels. Spirulina company exposed for using blackboard chalk. The life force of the animal, its vitalism, needs to be considered in choosing food. Don't want confinement animals as food. How about shrimp as food? Atom's story of “rocks in eyes” going away after eating all the shrimp he could eat. What does urine character tell about a person's state of health? See Dr. Revici's book, free search via The Crazy Pharmacist. Also https://www.biri.org/resources/revici-book/. Patrick not peeing as much on his carnivore diet and is doing well on it. Atom says that diet would kill him. Temple Grandin – instrumental in the movement for humane treatment of livestock. 32 year professor at Colorado State University in animal science. Great movie about her called Temple Grandin. Royal jelly – honey bee secretion used in nutrition of larvae and adult queens. Nutritious for people. What is it about bacon that is so appealing? George Biggers the famous Bee Man. Manuka honey is a medication. Has some toxins. Use the lower rating ones if using ongoing. They have made drones smaller than the size of mosquitoes. Can make a nano version of any element. The sun radiates us with energy 24 hours a day. At night, infrared energy reflects off the moon. Sunlight is reflected. Infrared light goes in directly via the para-adrenal system.. What causes heavy dandruff and small waxy buildup contributing to hair loss, also ear wax? Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. Take a good dose of cholesterol, olive oil or oleic acid. Correct the diet. Video about donkeys as guard animals. Donkey milk is closest to human milk. Was a major source of milk for the pioneers. Limes are different from lemons. Controversy over whether lemon or lime is better. Lemon in water won't hurt. Can bring toxins out of water to be scrapped off. Atom doesn't see value in adding lemon to water. He thinks drinks other than water have more nutrition.

UBC News World
Nashville Infrared Asphalt Repair Contractor Offers Fast & Affordable Services

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 2:28


Do unsightly potholes outside your property deter customers? Want a fast and efficient means of repairing paving damage to prevent accidents? Gaddes Strategic (615-866-2795) in Nashville, Tennessee, has the solution with its infrared asphalt repair services. Visit https://nashvillethermoplasticmarkings.com/infrared-asphalt-repair (https://nashvillethermoplasticmarkings.com/infrared-asphalt-repair) for more information.

Astro arXiv | all categories
H1821+643: The most X-ray and infrared luminous AGN in the Swift BAT survey in the process of rapid stellar and supermassive black hole mass assembly

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 1:13


H1821+643: The most X-ray and infrared luminous AGN in the Swift BAT survey in the process of rapid stellar and supermassive black hole mass assembly by Hikaru Fukuchi et al. on Tuesday 20 September H1821+643 is the most X-ray luminous non-beamed AGN of $L_mathrm{14-150 keV}= 5.2times 10^{45}$ erg s$^{-1}$ in the Swift/BAT ultra-hard X-ray survey and it is also a hyper-luminous infrared (IR) galaxy $L_mathrm{IR} = 10^{13.2} L_odot$ residing in the center of a massive galaxy cluster, which is a unique environment achieving the rapid mass assembly of black holes (BH) and host galaxies in the local universe. We decompose the X-ray to IR spectral energy distribution (SED) into the AGN and starburst component using the SED fitting tool CIGALE-2022.0 and show that H1821+643 consumes a large amount of cold gas ($dot{M}_mathrm{con}$) with star-formation rate of $log ( mathrm{SFR}/M_{odot}~mathrm{yr}^{-1}) = 3.01 pm 0.04$ and BH accretion rate of $log (dot{M}_mathrm{BH}/M_{odot}~mathrm{yr}^{-1}) = 1.20 pm 0.05$. This high $dot{M}_mathrm{con}$ is larger than the cooling rate ($dot{M}_mathrm{cool}$) of the intra-cluster medium (ICM), $dot{M}_mathrm{con}/dot{M}_mathrm{cool} gtrsim 1$, which is one to two order magnitude higher than the typical value of other systems, indicating that H1821 provides the unique and extreme environment of rapid gas consumption. We also show that H1821+643 has an efficient cooling path achieving from $10^7$ K to $10^2$ K thanks to [OIII] 63 $mu mathrm{m}$, which is a main coolant in low temperature range ($10^4$ K to $10^2$ K) with a cooling rate of $dot{M}_{mathrm{cool}}=3.2times 10^5 M_{odot}mathrm{~yr^{-1}}$, and the star-forming region extends over 40 kpc scale. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.09255v1

Astro arXiv | all categories
The kinematics and excitation of infrared water vapor emission from planet-forming disks: results from spectrally-resolved surveys and guidelines for JWST spectra

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 0:54


The kinematics and excitation of infrared water vapor emission from planet-forming disks: results from spectrally-resolved surveys and guidelines for JWST spectra by Andrea Banzatti et al. on Monday 19 September This work presents water emission spectra at wavelengths covered by JWST (2.9-12.8 $mu$m) as spectrally-resolved with high resolving powers (R = 30,000-100,000) using ground-based spectrographs. Two new surveys with iSHELL and VISIR are combined with previous spectra from CRIRES and TEXES to cover parts of multiple ro-vibrational and rotational bands observable within telluric transmission bands, for a total of 85 disks and $approx160$ spectra. The general expectation of a range of regions and excitation conditions traced by infrared water spectra is for the first time supported by the combined kinematics and excitation as spectrally resolved at multiple wavelengths. The main findings from this analysis are: 1) water lines are progressively narrower going from the ro-vibrational bands at 2-9 $mu$m to the rotational lines at 12 $mu$m, and partly match a broad (BC) and narrow (NC) emission components, respectively, as extracted from ro-vibrational CO spectra; 2) rotation diagrams of resolved water lines from upper level energies of 4000-9500 K show curvatures indicative of optically thick emission ($approx 10^{18}$ cm$^{-2}$) from a range of excitation temperatures ($approx$ 800-1100 K); 3) the new 5 $mu$m spectra demonstrate that slab model fits to the rotational lines at $> 10 mu$m strongly over-predict the ro-vibrational emission bands at $< 9 mu$m, implying non-LTE excitation. We discuss these findings in the context of a emission from a disk surface and a molecular inner disk wind, and provide a list of detailed guidelines to support the analysis and interpretation of spectrally-unresolved JWST spectra. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.08216v1

Astro arXiv | astro-ph.EP
The kinematics and excitation of infrared water vapor emission from planet-forming disks: results from spectrally-resolved surveys and guidelines for JWST spectra

Astro arXiv | astro-ph.EP

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 0:54


The kinematics and excitation of infrared water vapor emission from planet-forming disks: results from spectrally-resolved surveys and guidelines for JWST spectra by Andrea Banzatti et al. on Monday 19 September This work presents water emission spectra at wavelengths covered by JWST (2.9-12.8 $mu$m) as spectrally-resolved with high resolving powers (R = 30,000-100,000) using ground-based spectrographs. Two new surveys with iSHELL and VISIR are combined with previous spectra from CRIRES and TEXES to cover parts of multiple ro-vibrational and rotational bands observable within telluric transmission bands, for a total of 85 disks and $approx160$ spectra. The general expectation of a range of regions and excitation conditions traced by infrared water spectra is for the first time supported by the combined kinematics and excitation as spectrally resolved at multiple wavelengths. The main findings from this analysis are: 1) water lines are progressively narrower going from the ro-vibrational bands at 2-9 $mu$m to the rotational lines at 12 $mu$m, and partly match a broad (BC) and narrow (NC) emission components, respectively, as extracted from ro-vibrational CO spectra; 2) rotation diagrams of resolved water lines from upper level energies of 4000-9500 K show curvatures indicative of optically thick emission ($approx 10^{18}$ cm$^{-2}$) from a range of excitation temperatures ($approx$ 800-1100 K); 3) the new 5 $mu$m spectra demonstrate that slab model fits to the rotational lines at $> 10 mu$m strongly over-predict the ro-vibrational emission bands at $< 9 mu$m, implying non-LTE excitation. We discuss these findings in the context of a emission from a disk surface and a molecular inner disk wind, and provide a list of detailed guidelines to support the analysis and interpretation of spectrally-unresolved JWST spectra. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.08216v1

Astro arXiv | all categories
Characterization of Mid-Infrared Intersubband Detectors for Astronomical Heterodyne Interferometry

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 0:30


Characterization of Mid-Infrared Intersubband Detectors for Astronomical Heterodyne Interferometry by Tituan Allain et al. on Sunday 18 September One of the major challenges of mid-infrared astronomical heterodyne interferometry is its sensitivity limitations. Detectors capable of handling several 10 GHz bandwidths have been identified as key building blocks of future instruments. Intersubband detectors based on heterostructures have recently demonstrated their ability to provide such performances. In this work we characterize a Quantum Well Infrared Photodetector in terms of noise, dynamic range and bandwidth in a non-interferometric heterodyne set-up. We discuss the possibility to use them on astronomical systems to measure the beating between the local oscillator and the astronomical signal. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.07789v1

Beer, strategy and warfare
RADAR-, RADIATION-, LASER- AND INFRARED HOMING

Beer, strategy and warfare

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 30:38


Grisette Blonde (5.5% ABV) Vs. itself

Astro arXiv | all categories
BFS 10: A nascent bipolar H II region in a filamentary molecular cloud

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 0:45


BFS 10: A nascent bipolar H II region in a filamentary molecular cloud by Nicholas Larose et al. on Tuesday 13 September We present a study of the compact blister HII region BFS 10 and its highly filamentary molecular cloud. We utilize 12CO observations from the Five College Radio Astronomy Observatory to determine the distance, size, mass, and velocity structure of the molecular cloud. Infrared observations obtained from the UKIRT Infrared Deep Sky Survey and the Spitzer Infrared Array Camera, as well as radio continuum observations from the Canadian Galactic Plane Survey, are used to extract information about the central HII region. This includes properties such as the ionizing photon rate and infrared luminosity, as well as identifying a rich embedded star cluster associated with the central O9 V star. Time-scales regarding the expansion rate of the HII region and lifetime of the ionizing star reveal a high likelihood that BFS 10 will develop into a bipolar HII region. Although the region is expected to become bipolar, we conclude from the clouds velocity structure that there is no evidence to support the idea that star formation at the location of BFS 10 was triggered by two colliding clouds. A search for embedded young stellar objects (YSOs) within the molecular cloud was performed. Two distinct regions of YSOs were identified; one region associated with the rich embedded cluster and another sparse group associated with an intermediate mass YSO. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.05628v1

Sydney Ideas
Invisible Infrared: Connecting the James Webb Space Telescope & Climate Change

Sydney Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 68:29


Join Dr Karl Kruszelnicki and Professor Peter Tuthill on a guided tour of the latest photos from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) – our Infrared Eye in the Sky. The JWST is NASA's largest and most powerful space science telescope ever constructed and Peter Tuthill is the only Australian to have an experiment on it - a tremendous feat! See stars romancing and dancing, being born, growing up, dying and giving birth to new stars. The JWST might even answer the big question – “does life exist outside the Earth?” Through the lens of astronomy, we also explore fresh angles on planetary climates. The physics that control planetary atmospheres – temperatures and energy budgets for matter and radiation - is straight-forward. Our planetary siblings (Venus and Mars) started well, but ended hot and cold. On Earth, we humans have tipped the energy budget so that today, as compared to 1850, the Earth's atmosphere takes in an extra 600,000 Hiroshima atom bombs of infrared heat from the Sun – each and every day! The good news is that with today's technologies, we can stop, and reverse, climate change. This Sydney Ideas event was held on Wednesday 7 September 2022 at the Charles Perkins Centre Auditorium. To view the video of the event, to see the slides, demonstration and captions, please go to the Sydney Ideas website. https://www.sydney.edu.au/engage/events-sponsorships/sydney-ideas/2022/peter-tuthill-karl-kruszelnicki-invisible-infared.html

Bar and Restaurant Podcast :by The DELO
Optimyze yourself with Michael Roviello #57

Bar and Restaurant Podcast :by The DELO

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 39:01


https://www.optimyze.me/ Infrared sauna, compression therapy, cold water, warm water hydrotherapy with coaching and red - light therapy. What does this all mean? Check out this episode and Michael will let you in on some secrets. He also talks about the Wim Hof method. He is a certified Wim Hof instructor and it is not just about getting cold it is about breathing and breathwork. How this can help everyone. Check out -@optimyze.me on IG michael_roviello on IG As always I appreciate you listening. NO sponsors just share if you like it and please give us a 5 star. Follow @iamthedelo Check out some of our older EPISODES @onthedelo anywhere you get podcasts.

Astro arXiv | all categories
ArTéMiS imaging of the filamentary infrared dark clouds G1 75-0 08 and G11 36+0 80: Dust-based physical properties of the clouds and their clumps

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 1:27


ArTéMiS imaging of the filamentary infrared dark clouds G1 75-0 08 and G11 36+0 80: Dust-based physical properties of the clouds and their clumps by Oskari Miettinen et al. on Sunday 11 September We imaged the infrared dark clouds (IRDCs) G1.75-0.08 and G11.36+0.80 at 350 $mu$m and 450 $mu$m using the ArT'eMiS bolometer. These data were used in conjunction with our previous 870 $mu$m observations with the Large APEX BOlometer CAmera (LABOCA). The clumps in G11.36+0.80 were also observed in the N$_2$H$^+(1-0)$ transition with the IRAM 30-metre telescope. G1.75-0.08 was found to be composed of two cold ($sim14.5$ K), massive (several $sim10^3$ M$_{odot}$) clumps that are projectively separated by $sim3.7$ pc. Both clumps are 70 $mu$m dark, but they do not appear to be bounded by self-gravity. The G1.75-0.08 filament was found to be subcritical by a factor of $sim14$ with respect to its critical line mass. G11.36+0.80 was found to be moderately (by a factor of $sim2$) supercritical and composed of four clumps. The dust temperatures of the clumps are $sim13-15$ K, and their masses are in the range $sim 232-633$ M$_{odot}$. All the clumps are gravitationally bound. The projected, average separation of the clumps is $sim1$ pc. A configuration that is observed in G1.75-0.08, namely two clumps at the ends of the filament, could be the result of gravitational focussing acting along the cloud. The two clumps fulfil the mass-radius threshold for high-mass star formation. Owing to the location of G1.75-0.08 near the Galactic centre ($sim270$ pc), environmental effects such as a high level of turbulence, tidal forces, and shearing motions could affect the cloud dynamics. The observed clump separation in G11.36+0.80 can be understood in terms of a sausage instability. The G11.36+0.80 clumps do not lie above the mass-radius threshold for high-mass star formation. The substructure observed in one of the clumps in G11.36+0.80 suggests that the IRDC has fragmented in a hierarchical fashion. This conforms to the filamentary paradigm for Galactic star formation. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.04146v1

The Cabral Concept
2408: Whole Food Bars, Infrared PEMF Go Mat, Herb of The Week, Antibiotics & Memory Loss, Life Expectancy Calculator (FR)

The Cabral Concept

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 30:11 Very Popular


Welcome back to this week's #FridayReview where I can't wait to share with you the best of the week!   I'm looking forward to reviewing:   Free Apple Cinnamon Whole Food Bars Herb of the Week: Nattokinase and Serrapeptase (Proteolytic enzymes) Higherdose Infrared PEMF Go Mat (product review) Antibiotics & Memory Loss (research) Life Expectancy Calculator   We're going to review all this and much more on today's #CabralConcept 2408 – Enjoy the show and let me know what you thought in the comments.   - - - For Everything Mentioned In Today's Show: StephenCabral.com/2408 - - - Get a FREE Copy of Dr. Cabral's Book: The Rain Barrel Effect - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - Get Your Question Answered On An Upcoming HouseCall: StephenCabral.com/askcabral - - - Would You Take 30 Seconds To Rate & Review The Cabral Concept? The best way to help me spread our mission of true natural health is to pass on the good word, and I read and appreciate every review!

THE ANALSPYCHO LIMITS INTELLIGENZ X
Drake's “Duppy Freestyle” Response to “Infrared” by Pusha-T initially had the best diss track in the back and forth exchange with

THE ANALSPYCHO LIMITS INTELLIGENZ X

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 1:10


Astro arXiv | all categories
From Clusters to Proto-clusters: the Infrared Perspective on Environmental Galaxy Evolution

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 0:39


From Clusters to Proto-clusters: the Infrared Perspective on Environmental Galaxy Evolution by Stacey Alberts et al. on Wednesday 07 September Environment is one of the primary drivers of galaxy evolution, capable of transforming galaxies from star forming to quiescent via multiple mechanisms. Despite its importance, however, we still do not have a clear view of how environmental quenching proceeds even in the most extreme environments: galaxy clusters and their progenitor proto-clusters. Recent advances in infrared capabilities have enabled transformative progress not only in the identification of these structures but in detailed analyses of quiescence, obscured star formation, and molecular gas in (proto-)cluster galaxies across cosmic time. In this review, we will discuss the current state of the literature regarding the quenching of galaxies in (proto-)clusters from the observational, infrared perspective. Our improved understanding of environmental galaxy evolution comes from unique observables across the distinct regimes of the near-, mid-, and far-infrared, crucial in the push to high redshift where galaxy growth is dominated by highly extincted, infrared-bright galaxies. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.02781v1

Astro arXiv | all categories
Probing the Mpc-scale environment of hyperluminous infrared galaxies at 2<z<4

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 1:07


Probing the Mpc-scale environment of hyperluminous infrared galaxies at 2

StarTalk Radio
Things You Thought You Knew - Big Bang Dilemma

StarTalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 37:31 Very Popular


Are we rethinking the Big Bang? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Chuck Nice explore features of the James Webb Space Telescope, magnetism and how the aurora borealis works, and if the Big Bang is being debunked. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://startalkmedia.com/show/things-you-thought-you-knew-big-bang-dilemma/Photo Credit: United States Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua Strang, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

StarDate Podcast
Grounded

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 2:14


A high-flying observatory is about to be grounded. SOFIA — the Stratospheric Observatory For Infrared Astronomy — has been operating for a decade. But its work no longer matches NASA's science goals, so it'll be shut down by the end of the month. SOFIA consists of a Boeing 747 with a door in its side. At high altitude, the door opens to reveal a large infrared telescope. Water vapor in Earth's lower atmosphere absorbs infrared light. At an altitude of seven or eight miles, though, the telescope is above 99 percent of the water vapor, providing a clear view of the infrared sky. And the observatory can travel around the world to view interesting targets. Infrared wavelengths are especially useful for studying fairly cool objects: planets and comets, clouds of interstellar gas and dust, and the cocoons around young stars. SOFIA studied all of those objects and more. The project has had a troubled history, though. It ran years behind schedule and tens of millions of dollars over budget. NASA threatened to cancel it. But the agency decided the science was worth the extra cost. SOFIA began full science operations in 2014. But a review panel recently decided that the observatory's returns could no longer justify its budget. In addition, SOFIA's capabilities didn't match up with exploration plans for the next decade. So NASA and Germany, a partner in the project, decided to retire SOFIA — with no plans to replace it.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Astro arXiv | all categories
GOALS-JWST: Resolving the Circumnuclear Gas Dynamics in NGC 7469 in the Mid-Infrared

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 1:07


GOALS-JWST: Resolving the Circumnuclear Gas Dynamics in NGC 7469 in the Mid-Infrared by Vivian U et al. on Monday 05 September The nearby, luminous infrared galaxy (LIRG) NGC 7469 hosts a Seyfert nucleus with a circumnuclear star-forming ring and is thus the ideal local laboratory for investigating the starburst--AGN connection in detail. We present integral-field observations of the central 1.3 kpc region in NGC 7469 obtained with the JWST Mid-InfraRed Instrument. Molecular and ionized gas distributions and kinematics at a resolution of {sim}100 pc over the 4.9 - 7.6{mu}m region are examined to study gas dynamics influenced by the central AGN. The low-ionization [Fe II] {lambda}5.34{mu}m and [Ar II] {lambda}6.99{mu}m lines are bright on the nucleus and in the starburst ring, as opposed to H2 S(5) {lambda}6.91{mu}m which is strongly peaked at the center and surrounding ISM. The high-ionization [Mg V] line is resolved and shows a broad, blueshifted component associated with the outflow. It has a nearly face-on geometry that is strongly peaked on the nucleus, where it reaches a maximum velocity of -650 km/s, and extends about 400 pc to the East. Regions of enhanced velocity dispersion in H2 and [Fe II] {sim}180 pc from the AGN that also show high L(H2)/L(PAH) and L([Fe II])/L(Pf{alpha}) ratios to the W and N of the nucleus pinpoint regions where the ionized outflow is depositing energy, via shocks, into the dense interstellar medium between the nucleus and the starburst ring. These resolved mid-infrared observations of the nuclear gas dynamics demonstrate the power of JWST and its high-sensitivity integral-field spectroscopic capability to resolve feedback processes around supermassive black holes in the dusty cores of nearby LIRGs. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.01210v1

UBC News World
The Best Murfreesboro Infrared Asphalt Restoration Company For Seamless Repairs

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 2:10


Looking for the best asphalt repair experts near Murfreesboro? Call Gaddes Strategic LLC today (615-866-2795) for lightning-fast, high-quality repairs! Learn more at https://nashvillethermoplasticmarkings.com/infrared-asphalt-patching-murfreesboro-tn (https://nashvillethermoplasticmarkings.com/infrared-asphalt-patching-murfreesboro-tn)

Experts in Fire Podcast
BBQ Grills: Conventional vs Infrared Burners

Experts in Fire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 20:29


Mike and Randy list the main differences between traditional gas burners and infrared burners, so you can find a grill that prepares BBQ the way you prefer.

The Rest and Recovery Podcast
Robby Besner | Healing Thru Light, Dirty Electricity & Blue Zone Lifestyle

The Rest and Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 27:39


Episode 110 In this episode, I speak with Rob Besner, PSc.D, the Chief Science Officer, device developer and cofounder of Therasage, Premier Infrared Healing Products, is recognized as the leader in integrated infrared technology. Rob has always been an advocate of natural health and wellness. Graduating from Boston University in Pre-Med, Engineering, Psychology, and Business, he continued onto post-graduate work at Case Western Medical School and Holistic Medicine. After many years of illness, Mr. Besner's teenage daughter was diagnosed with Lyme Disease. This began his mission to find alternative, holistic and homeopathic avenues of treatment. He discovered the natural healing effects of Infrared frequencies and began developing specialized devices and applications to help his daughter with her health challenge. When he saw the positive results, he felt compelled to share what he had discovered and formed Therasage, now recognized as the leader in integrated Infrared technology. Therasage has built a reputation with the healthcare community and mainstream public by educating and creating special cutting-edge applications and protocols, unique from the rest. Topics Discussed: Dirty Electricity Portable & Cost Effective ELF & EMF Quality of Life Sick as you Age is NOT Ok Blue Zone Lifestyle Practical Use of HealthTech Benefits of Infrared Environment Stressors Harmonizing Frequencies Detox is Needed Instagram: @Therasage Website: www.therasage.com SUBSCRIBE, SHARE, RATE and REVIEW *Anything discussed in this episode is not medical advice and you should always check with a health professional prior to taking any actions. Please leave a rating and review Connect with me on YouTube , Instagram and Twitter Website: www.berestedbewell.com Xendurance: http://shopxnd.com/berestedbewell Mighty Meals: https://eatmightymeals.com/order/r/berestedbewell/ BioStrap: https://biostrap.com/order-evo/?ref=scottshortmeyeru Infrared Saunas: https://qj959.isrefer.com/go/restandrecovery/restrecoverypodcast/ H.V.M.N. https://hvmn.com/REST Code REST for 10% OFF Tusol Wellness: https://tusolwellness.com/?rfsn=5207570.45dc97 CODE: SCOTT20 EnergyBits: www.energybits.com **20% DISCOUNT CODE: REST BiOptimizers: www.bioptimizers.com CODE: BERESTED for 10% Discount Condition One Bars: www.goconditionone.com/rest or Code: REST for 20% Discount #respecttherest #infraredsauna #therasage #emf #dirtyelectricity #PEMF #ozone #healthtech #recovery #restandrecovery #redlight #biohackingcongress #biohacking #biohacking

The Red Light Report
Vitamin IVs for Wellness, Lab Tests, Mitochondrial Hacks & Red Light Therapy w/ Jonathan Mendoza & Baldo Garza

The Red Light Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 74:32


For the second time on The Red Light Report, we have two guests on for the price of one! This week I have the pleasure of chatting with Jonathan Mendoza and Baldo Garza. Jonathan and Baldo are the co-founders and owners of MSW Lounge, which is an Austin, TX hotspot for ground breaking health and wellness, hosting regular Lunch & Learns and other events for the community to come together and learn about how to improve their lives with health. We take a deep dive into the importance of vitamins, especially vitamin IVs that Jonathan specializes in, along with other health and biohack topics from fasting to mitochondrial hacks to red light therapy and more!Jonathan Mendoza DC, RN, FNP-C (aka "Nurse Doza") is the founder of MSW Nutrition and How Do You Do Health Network in Austin, TX. An Austin native, Nurse Doza has been studying nutrition and its effects on our health for over 15 years. While in his last year of chiropractic school, Nurse Doza began nursing school so that he could eventually utilize the healing benefits of both bodywork and intravenous vitamins and minerals. His passions include teaching, discovering new healing modalities, interviewing guests on the How Do You Do Health? Podcast and traveling with his loved ones to anywhere with mountain.Baldo Garza is the businessman in the business with his MBA and a background in sales with Cutco. He is a 200-hour certified yoga instructor and all-around deal maker when it comes to getting you the vitamins you need to improve your health.  I hope you enjoy and, as always, light up your health! - Dr. Mike Belkowski, Baldo & Jonathan discuss the following: Their backgrounds in the wellness space 2:16 - How they invented their practices  3:05 - Barriers to creating your own business  4:47 - Cash-based practice and going against big pharma and insurance 7:19 - Their wellness center - MSW Lounge, when it started, and treatments they offer 8:33 - Their humble beginnings in a broom closet 11:20 - Hugs increase the immune system by 30% 14:04 - Vitamin IV, its importance, and how they are used in the clinic 17:36 - Vitamin D 18:17 - Vitamin C 20:03 - Vitamin B5 24:04 - Vitamin B6 27:28 - Vitamin deficiency and how they address it  34:29 - NAD+  39:17 - Stacking mitochondria biohacks 44:17 - Ketones, ketosis, and fasting 46:53 - Detox 48:34 - Red light therapy at MSW Lounge 50:49 - Infrared saunas 53:12 - Red light vs near-infrared light effects and uses  54:03 - Brain health via red light therapy 56:11 - There's always an answer in biochemistry 1:07:30 - Frequency and resonance treatment - Website: MWS Lounge & MSW Nutrition (Get a discount: use code "BioLight")   Instagram: @mswlounge & @mswnutrition Podcast: How Do You Health? - Watch this episode on YouTube - Check out the Kindle version of Red Light Therapy Treatment Protocols eBook, 4th Edition - To learn more about red light therapy and shop for the highest-quality red light therapy products, visit www.biolight.shop - Stay up-to-date on social media: Instagram YouTube Facebook

Travelers In The Night
194E-206-Stealthy Asteroids

Travelers In The Night

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 2:01


The NASA NEOWISE satellite has discovered a family of dark, stealthy asteroids some of which make close approaches to planet Earth.

Gag Me With a Chainsaw
HUMONGOUS

Gag Me With a Chainsaw

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 106:28


Even when the movie is dark, we try to keep it light! We're joined by Travis Ayers (@travis_ayers), producer of CYST (2020) and INFRARED (2022), for an in depth discussion on filmmaking, video rentals, and the pros and cons of the little seen, and hard to see, 1982 slasher HUMONGOUS. (CW: sexual assault)

Slashers
Found Footage w/ producer, Travis Ayers

Slashers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 77:54


Happy Monday, Goons! This week we have a special episode on the ins and outs of found footage horror. This particular genre has a lot to cover, from the logistics, to films such as Cannibal Holocaust, The Blair Witch Project, The Den, Creep, Paranormal Activity, Collingswood Story, VHS 1 and 2, and more! This week, Jake and Ade are joined by producer of Cyst and found footage flick Infrared, Travis Ayers! What's your favorite found footage flick? Let us know! You can follow Travis Ayers on Instagram @travis_ayers, as well as his films which include Jakes favorite, Cyst, as well as Infrared (now on Prime and Tubi), Miracle Valley and Forbidden Sky! For any and all things Travis related, go here: linktr.ee/travisayers . If you ever have feedback or recommendations on future episodes, please let us know at slasherspod@gmail.com. You can always find us on our social media: Instagram, Twitter, Slasher App: @slasherspod Facebook: /slasherspod Reddit: u/slasherspod https://www.youtube.com/c/slasherspodcast You can find our merch, and links to all our online presence here: linktr.ee/slasherspod Theme song is I wanna Die by Mini Meltdowns. https://open.spotify.com/artist/5ZAk6lUDsaJj8EAhrhzZnh ; https://minimeltdowns.bandcamp.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slasherspod/support

Oh Behave - Harmony in the household with your pets - Recommended by Oprah - on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)
Oh Behave - Episode 461 Doug Thron's Mission: Have Infrared Drone, Must Rescue Pets and Wildlife

Oh Behave - Harmony in the household with your pets - Recommended by Oprah - on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 30:27


World-celebrated environmentalist, animal advocate and aerial photographer Doug Thron shares some of his latest adventures rescuing pets and wildlife on this special Oh Behave show episode. Doug tells of a heart-warming rescue of a momma cat and her kittens in a bombed out high-rise in Ukraine as well as saving abandoned dogs in a landfill in the Dominican Republic and reuniting pets from a recent wildfire in California. We invite you to view all of his life-saving adventures on Season 2 of his show, "Doug to the Rescue," now streaming on Curiosity Stream. EPISODE NOTES: Doug Thron's Mission: Have Infrared Drone, Must Rescue Pets and Wildlife

This is Raleigh Podcast
EP 42: Well Centered Wellness with Dr. Allison Peters

This is Raleigh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 88:36


In this episode we chat with the founder of Well Centered Wellness in Apex,  Dr. Allison Puja Peters, and why our own family has been going to see her for years now for various health treatments and preventative care. She specializes in many areas of wellness including chiropractic, Ozone therapy, PEMF sound technology, Brain Tap, Red Light Therapy, Infrared laser, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, Genetic Based Nutrition, CBD & Hemp.    Listen in for some great insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health.   Full show notes: https://thisisraleigh.com/dr-allison-peters-wellness/

Innovation Now
A Glimpse of the Universe

Innovation Now

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022


Webb captured a dying star's final performance, sending out rings of gas and dust for thousands of years in all directions.

The Life Stylist
MDMA & Psychedelic Assisted Therapy for PTSD & Beyond w/ Dr. Dan Engle #424

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 113:59 Very Popular


I've been tracking Dr. Dan Engle for almost five years. In today's episode, we finally sit down to delve into his deep knowledge on alternative medicine and incredibly vast experience (350+ journeys!) with ayahuasca and other psychoactive substances. In particular, this one focuses on therapeutic use of MDMA to treat PTSD, depression, and other serious issues that are on the rise in our society. Dr. Dan is in the know, speaking from incredible experience in both the traditional medical field and in lineage traditions. He even spent a year completely immersed in the jungle, living and learning, as he describes, married to the medicine. I truly believe that these kinds of treatments, administered by experts, and offered within a support structure to ensure long term efficacy – can save the world. Dr. Engle is on the cutting edge of that global change in consciousness and I'm excited to see what he gets into next.   00:06:33 — Transpersonal Psychology to Transformational Medicine What is integrative psychiatry? Dr. Engle tells of when he broke his neck Living and journeying in the jungle for a year Being a bridge between lineage traditions and modern medicine Science Delusion by Rupert Sheldrake Rupert Sheldrake's banned TEDx talk (2013) Graham Hancock's banned TEDx talk (2013)   00:26:32 — Historical Markers in Spirituality & Healing Rick Strassman's work with DMT MAPS studies of MDMA Iboga addiction recovery Bill Wilson's inspiration for AA Dr. Engle's experience with iboga and ibogaine   00:51:23 — MDMA as a Treatment for Trauma Looking at the molecule itself  Trauma recovery in the psyche   A Dose of Hope by Dr. Dan Engle and Alex Young MDMA treatments vs. recreational use  Where are we with legality? Improving accessibility with Thank You Life Rick Doblin, Viktor Frankl, and Joanna Macy Total Freedom: The Essential Krishnamurti by Jiddu Krishnamurti   More about this episode. Watch on YouTube.   THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: HIGHER DOSE. Experience the powerful benefits of infrared with HigherDOSE's portable Infrared Sauna Blanket, and feel the difference after just one session. Infrared increases blood flow for faster recovery, better sleep, and a calmer central nervous system. Plus, it naturally releases a DOSE of happy chemicals in the brain leaving you feeling euphoric! Get your own Infrared Sauna Blanket or PEMF Mat at higherdose.com today with the code: LUKE15 at check out to save 15% off. AND... ORGANIFI. Start your day with essential superfoods that help reduce stress and reset your morning. Contains a clinical dose of Ashwagandha. It supports healthy cortisol levels which aid in weight management. Go to organifi.com/lifestylistand use code “lifestylist” for 20% off any item in the store. AND… MAGNESIUM BREAKTHROUGH. According to the American Psychological Association, chronic stress is linked to the six leading causes of death. When most people think of stress, they think of their job, traffic, tense relationships, current events, things like that. But the root of so much of the stress we experience comes down to a deficiency in one overlooked nutrient — magnesium. So, if you're ready to help your body deal with stress, instead of putting a band-aid on it after the fact, you're going to want some Magnesium Breakthrough. You can use the code “luke10” for 10% off at www.magbreakthrough.com/luke. AND… CACAO BLISS. Back in the day, I used to have to take about 50 ingredients to make an elixir or a smoothie. I had to mix them together, make a big mess, and it took up a bunch of space in the cabinet. But Cacao Bliss has changed the game. Now I have amazing ceremony-grade organic ingredients like raw cacao, turmeric, black pepper, MCT powder, cinnamon, monk fruit, coconut nectar, lucuma, mesquite, and Himalayan Salt all in one. So this is the ultimate superfood elixir, but it really tastes like chocolate milk. It's just absolutely fantastic. Try it yourself by using code "LUKE15" for 15% off at earthechofoods.com/lukestorey.   Resources Check out Dr. Dan's wellness center: Kuya – Guiding you home to wholeness Website: drdanengle.com Instagram: @drdanengle Read: Full Spectrum Medicine Read: The Concussion Repair Manual Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Episode Next Level Human Optimization: Psychedelics & Life Mastery W/ Kyle Kingsbury #217   Ketamine Therapy & the Psychedelic Medicine Revolution w/ Zappy Zapolin #393   Psychedelics & the Future of Addiction Recovery + 2021 Wrap Up (New Year's Eve Solocast) #386 Solving the Microdosing Mystery & the 3rd Wave of Psychedelics w/ Paul Austin #40

The Bledsoe Show
The Cure for a Curse

The Bledsoe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 82:27


00:00.33 mikebledsoe Yes, I was just writing I was doing my books waiting on that max here and. 00:01.00 Max Shank Oh. 00:07.77 Max Shank We were just saying. It's nothing like a ah novel. It's nothing like a ah book. But that's how it all really began was we wanted to write down that you owe me 10 goats and I owe you. My daughter's hand in marriage when she comes of age or something like that right? it's it's Contracts. It's contracts. Basically I O use. 00:25.60 mikebledsoe Yeah I remember. Ah yeah, it's a recording of of transactions so recording of contracts agreements the I remember um watching my. 00:42.30 Max Shank It's like the word record you record a record. 00:44.30 mikebledsoe yeah yeah I remember watching my dad do the books for his business back in like you know the 80 s and 90 s you know I wasn't I wasn't aware enough to know what he was doing until probably the early 90 s but ah. 00:49.82 Max Shank Yeah. E. 01:03.41 mikebledsoe Yeah I just remember him like having an actual book of things and and writing in the ledger where the money went and this not I Just remember like that was the most frustrated I ever saw him like. 01:11.51 Max Shank Oh. 01:18.76 Max Shank Is. 01:20.69 mikebledsoe Like the guy. The guy's a craftsman right? He he was a craftsman and so like ah he was a builder like he did a lot of ah home improvements but also built these really amazing cabins from scratch and yeah. 01:24.29 Max Shank What craft. 01:36.18 Max Shank No shit building a cabin from scratch is like a really cool thing I think now that's what I think is cool now I think that is cool now I used to think lifting something really really big over your head was super cool. 01:39.60 mikebledsoe Yeah, so he was. 01:43.13 mikebledsoe Totally. 01:52.25 mikebledsoe Um, yeah, yeah. 01:55.28 Max Shank And it still kind of is but now making your own cabin from scratch that is fricking cool. 02:01.27 mikebledsoe Well, it's interesting because you know he was so gifted at that and then because he wanted to do things the way he wanted to do them meant that he was going to own his own business which then came with all these other ah requirements. Ah, for. 02:18.27 Max Shank Who. 02:20.53 mikebledsoe To do that because and really the only reason is required is because you have to pay taxes. Other than that you you wouldn't actually have to maintain books. It'd probably be beneficial to maintain books to maintain a ah record of of your transactions and all that stuff. 02:31.97 Max Shank Yeah. 02:37.60 mikebledsoe But I think a guy like that would have done better just to have been winging it the whole time and put more of his attention into what he was actually skilled at. 02:45.24 Max Shank Man that speaks so much to me because we could talk about this probably all day right? where these different personality types crazy thrive in one way and then really struggle in another way and it's like how do you. Compound and multiply your zone of Genius while minimizing the damage of one of these let's just call it a ah deficit or or just like a ah simple lack of desire to do you know back in the day if if you went out on the hunt. 03:15.51 mikebledsoe Um, what. 03:22.60 Max Shank Crafting is like a version of hunting or gathering kind of you can make that that leap it's about energy transformation and generation. Ah, there was no need to really keep a record because you either came home with food or you did not. There's no like little book. Oh I can. 03:35.72 mikebledsoe Right. 03:41.83 Max Shank Didn't get food again today. It's like no, we all know. 03:43.47 mikebledsoe Yeah I think the only like thinking ahead that people had to do early on was if you lived up North you had to think about the seasons changing but aside from that you know if the the closer you move to the equator the less. 03:53.97 Max Shank Um, yeah. 04:01.48 mikebledsoe You really have to keep a record or think about much of the past or the future. It really is about. Did you bring home a kill today or did you find some food today or are we warm. Are we comfortable today? Yeah, so yeah, the um I you know what I I find to be interesting is. 04:10.29 Max Shank Right. 04:21.38 mikebledsoe I avoided doing the books in my business I avoided doing bookkeeping anything with finance at all and so ah, a little over a year ago I decided to I was talking to a friend I was talking to a friend like two and a half years ago and he was like well. 04:27.48 Max Shank It. Ah. 04:40.29 mikebledsoe You know you've never done your books I go no he goes you should probably do your books at some point just so you you know what's happening in the business like at a very granular level and I go I go. Okay, he goes I Still do my books and he's he runs multiple companies and. 04:47.89 Max Shank I. 04:58.20 mikebledsoe This and that definitely a different personality than I am right? but but he was right. There was a there was a there was something about the business I didn't quite understand yes I could get by without it I didn't need to do it. But if I rip. 05:00.86 Max Shank Um, yeah. 05:09.86 Max Shank Um, well, you're a star Mike you can make it you can make it work even if it's not a good plan and I can relate. 05:23.74 mikebledsoe It's how you broke up for a None 05:24.72 Max Shank Oh you can make a good plan Work. You can make a bad plan work. Ah, just because you have those skills and I can super relate to that and when you're ah less wise you trick yourself into thinking. That you had a good plan but really, you had a shit plan and you just happened to pull a miracle out of your ass. 05:48.20 mikebledsoe Yeah, there's a pattern of behavior if you were to look back that the ah and it it is. It's like my whole family The ah the whole family. There was a saying growing up was like a ble so could fall into a pile of shit and still smell like a rose. 05:57.65 Max Shank But. 06:08.40 mikebledsoe like like 1 of those like we would put ourselves in these predicaments. But somehow we'd fucking escape. Yeah yeah, and it was kind of like a running joke. But the the thing is is when that is true when that's happened enough times. It starts. 06:14.20 Max Shank Find the shower. Yeah. 06:22.76 Max Shank Oh. 06:27.66 mikebledsoe It's It's hard to make planning important when not planning you still get pretty good Results. Maybe not the ultimate result you're looking for but pretty good results and I think most people have ah they have developed some type. Of something in their personality ah patterns of behavior in their life where they have continued to get a reward and so that's why they keep behaving that way even though there might be some people saying hey you might want to try it this other way. It's like why would I listen to somebody suggesting to do it another way unless my weight. Hasn't been working but what happens is as we get to a certain point that has happened with me. It's like I keep butting up against the same ceiling right? It's like oh every time I try to make more than this amount of money I hit the ceiling every time I do this I hit a ceiling and or every time I have a certain goal I hit a ceiling in the in. 07:17.28 Max Shank Oh. 07:22.65 Max Shank On. 07:27.70 mikebledsoe Reason is because the thing that got me to where I am now is probably the thing that's going to hold me back moving forward and I'm ah I'm a huge fan of of ah knowing your weaknesses and studying it. 07:33.46 Max Shank Interesting idea. 07:46.19 mikebledsoe A little bit just so you know what you don't know like I I do I learn enough about finance so that I know how to I can at least spot the Bs I can tell if somebody else knows what they're talking about. But if I don't know anything about it and I just straight up delegate it Out. I I think that's dangerous because I've done that before and gotten burned. How about you have you had like business partnerships and stuff like that where like not necessarily because somebody burned you. But. 08:12.67 Max Shank Um, like you repeat that you you receive you repeat the same pattern is that what you're asking or. 08:18.90 mikebledsoe No, no, no like if you don't know enough about a task that you have not developed yourself and say you completely outsource that task That's that's a problem. 08:29.86 Max Shank Oh yeah, yeah, you put something you put something outside of your observation and and it leaves you vulnerable in in several ways I know at Discount Tire They don't promote anyone from the outside. It's only from the um. 08:47.60 mikebledsoe Yeah, um. 08:49.31 Max Shank The bottom up the whole thing and it's all about knowing every part of the process. Ah dude, you've said so many things that I want to respond to I took a couple notes here and the first one was ah in relation to the the bookkeeping. It's like. 09:01.15 mikebledsoe You. 09:07.88 Max Shank Reminded me immediately of the word intuitive eating and intuitive movement. So now we have intu intuitive finances. Ah here here on our show. We do intuitive finance is a new course coming out featuring ah featuring ah the. 09:19.79 mikebledsoe Let me go see if that domain's available. 09:26.96 Max Shank The crypto prince Mike Bledso and the ah the dinosaur. 09:29.82 mikebledsoe Um, there's like so many domains I have to buy right now just spitting them out. Yeah. 09:35.97 Max Shank Totally all right? So check it, you have intuitive eating and intuitive movement people are probably familiar with those terms but None of the things I was talking with my buddy about ah we're like man how are you shouldn't do. Intuitive eating if you suck like if you don't have knowledge and skills like intuitive eating is for sure the best way I would I mean it's a bold claim intuitive eating can be wonderful but you but also you need to have. 10:05.30 mikebledsoe Well, you have to be in touch with your intuition for it to work for 1 10:14.61 Max Shank Some understanding of what is in the food like you can't if you go on just like pure ah like gut reaction. You're just going to eat ah like chips and soda pop all day long because it's delicious. So with finances you dig into the books a little bit. 10:17.74 mikebledsoe By the way. 10:34.52 Max Shank Now you might have a chance to approach something. That's a little bit more intuitive because now you have that vocabulary that ah understanding of the elements right? So that was the None thing I thought of um, it made me laugh. 10:50.14 mikebledsoe Let's you got to have this structure. You have to have this structure in order to flow and like an intuition and flow go hand in hand. Yeah, exactly. 10:55.40 Max Shank Right? We're talking about that last week right we were talking about that last week. The pipes are the structure and it harnesses the flow in the direction you want it to go ah and then the other thing that was interesting. We were talking about how? ah. A good outcome doesn't mean you had a good plan and if you're a super achiever guy. You can basically make a bad plan work and you don't want to conflate those 2 you don't want to confuse those things and think oh my plan was good. Really no, you're a stud but your plan sucks and so that's kind of. Looking at those weaknesses and then finally um, the the the identity perpetuating patterns is a funny one to me like if you ah I don't I don't know if this is true. It feels kind of true to me. But if you pride yourself and you label yourself as someone who's extremely tough who can take a lot of punishment and get back up every time they fall down. I have this idea that life is going to feed you more of that. What do you What do you think about that your identity perpetuating your reality. 12:15.37 mikebledsoe Um, oh yeah, absolutely the? Ah ah well what we have to talk about the reticular activating system in this case and ah the RAS as a part of the brain. 12:27.38 Max Shank Save the 10 dollars words for another podcast you son of a bitch. 12:34.80 mikebledsoe Is responsible for so spotting things. So for instance, um, if I go buy a red pickup truck. What am I going to see a lot of on the road red pickup truck. We all know this we've all heard you know and we've all had the experience of. 12:35.99 Max Shank Fucking nerd. 12:45.98 Max Shank You. 12:52.32 mikebledsoe We become interested in something and then all of a sudden we we start seeing it everywhere and we see it's a sign. Um and and so ah, the same thing happens with identity. If we believe something about ourselves and I like the way you talk about identity max which is you know the story we tell ourselves about ourselves if we that is our identity and we have this story about what is true I also like to think about what we believe to be true about ourselves and what we believe to be true about the world. Those are the None big things to have beliefs about right? It's either a belief about self or belief. 13:28.64 Max Shank Yeah, maybe that's what encompasses your identity right? is your place in the world. Also it's not just the label you attach to yourself. It's um, there's that classic phrase is you know. Life is happening for you. Some people believe and some people believe life happens to you I used to start off asking people questions like ah do you feel Life is more like a game a show or a ride I used to start all my like coaching programs with these weird. 13:47.29 mikebledsoe Right. 14:07.70 Max Shank Questions and then I'd ask people what the word intelligent means and people would stumble all over it and have no clue what smart even means and it was just like this fun thing but depending on how you see life if you see life is more like a ride you might have a hell of a wild and awesome ride. But it's going to be different than someone who thinks they are playing a game that they must win right? It's going to be huge difference. 14:27.60 mikebledsoe Yeah, totally yeah, right is passive that it's happening and there's not much I'm going to do um, a game I'm an active participant. It might be great. Ah. 14:36.17 Max Shank Um, and it might be great. It might be great. The the thing is like I want to I make sure that people understand I'm not trying to say that one is superior although I love games and winning is fun. Winning isn't everything. But it's the only thing right? There's that all like ah but I've I've met people who live life like it's a ride and they they do well and they're very happy and I've seen people who. Live life like a game and it's a real challenge the whole time and it doesn't look as far and vice versa. So There's quadrants you know. 15:19.30 mikebledsoe Yeah, well I think the ride I think the ride is a good way to go if you have momentum in a certain direction. There's like because well well what? what? ah. 15:32.12 Max Shank Everybody's got momentum in a certain direction dude like you the word momentum starts with the word mom. As soon as you get launched out of a vagina there is momentum to you. 15:42.85 mikebledsoe Yeah, well if you're if you're in a poor trajectory and you're on a ride then it's not a good thing. But if you have if you're going in a great direction with Momentum then the ride is probably really good for you. So. 15:45.53 Max Shank Your life has momentum as soon as you cross the gate. Yeah. 15:58.64 Max Shank I Like that we're going to bring it back to physics here. Yeah, we're going to coast a little bit kick push kick push Coast right? I think with when it comes to work which is ah a big part of. 16:05.45 mikebledsoe Exactly exactly. 16:17.36 Max Shank Ah, even having any accounting or bookkeeping to do. It's um, it's nice to remember that the suffering that you feel the amount of effort you apply has ah very little to do. 16:35.71 mikebledsoe Yeah. 16:35.97 Max Shank With the result you know, ah Momentum and Aerodynamics are a really really nice example of that. So just just having ah a better, a better setup can be. Be a huge difference maker. It doesn't matter how much effort or suffering goes into it I think that's ah, another big identity thing I know for me that was ah that was a challenge I Thought that suffering was proportional to success or or good or goodness right? Um, and I think. 17:08.96 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 17:13.79 Max Shank A lot of people still do believe that is my guess so like. 17:14.60 mikebledsoe They do I talk to people who do all time I Want to go back to like the the collecting of evidence for what you believe about the world and what you believe about yourself. So this this identity you know who you believe you are and what you believe the world is and how you fit inside of it. 17:26.34 Max Shank Oh. 17:33.77 mikebledsoe You These are all just a series of narratives that are playing out most of these narratives were set up when you were a kid and you what you've been doing the whole time. He's been collecting evidence to support it you ah the that part of your. 17:42.86 Max Shank I. 17:53.20 mikebledsoe Brain doesn't go out there looking for things that don't support it. They're going out there look for things that do support it and so you can tell? Yeah, so when you yeah so when you have stacked a lot of time. 18:03.25 Max Shank Confirmation Bias I think is what that's called think like racism like racism you you get up ah in the morning your parents are racist. They're saying bad things about the neighbors. Maybe you live in a bad area where. 18:14.32 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 18:20.45 Max Shank All your neighbors are bad white and black and yellow and different colors alike but you only look out like what you were saying with your ah reticular activating system is you look out for those things and not only is it that you see them. Because what you notice is so different than what you see and you just confirm those beliefs over and over again because your vision is crazy small and Selective. You know, kind of going back to the vision Piece. It's a very complex mechanism that. Creates a total illusion inside your brain. 19:02.83 mikebledsoe There was a I was listening to a podcast by Lex Friedman the other day I forget who shared it with me. Um, but he's he's ah interviewing this like evolutionary physicist I don't know like so some some dude that's they. Is way smarter than either None of us and he was talking about. 19:24.72 Max Shank Well I resent that clearly you don't know what the word smart means. 19:29.65 mikebledsoe Ah, this guy. Ah, basically through mathematics is able to demonstrate how our perception is. It's impossible for our perception to match reality. And in fact, it's so far from reality that. Which which isn't not news to you or me but to a lot of people. They they do think that they're noticing some things and then they're perceiving others when in fact, it's None perception that's happening and if we look out through lens of evolution then what we're what we have is. Ah. Ah, ah, the fittest right? It's it's the fittest is what evolves it's not It's not the truth. So the truth does not actually ah doesn't come into play when it comes to survival so whatever you whatever you need to perceive in order to survive. Is how your entire consciousness will develop. 20:33.22 Max Shank When you say truth What do you mean because I I would agree that what a person sees is dependent on their memory because what they're what they're doing is they're differentiating ah the way a picture is interpreted. 20:50.10 mikebledsoe And um. 20:52.71 Max Shank And the picture is just simply about the ah um, the reception of light and we only have a small visible spectrum. So you're talking about the truth being everything versus what is visible to the naked eye. Oh then. 21:08.25 mikebledsoe That's correct. 21:11.57 Max Shank Absolutely I mean there's ah there are some great pictures. You can look up on the electromagnetic spectrum That's like a really cool ah thing to check out. Everything is just buzzing around and some of it. We can see and some of it. We can't and some animals. 21:26.57 mikebledsoe Yeah, and but it's not. It's not necessary. Yeah. 21:30.52 Max Shank And see ultraviolet and Infrared. It's not Useful. It's really about what is a um I feel like I say it all the time.. It's like what is a predictable Pattern. What is a predictable pattern if you have a really hard turtle shell on your back. It's predictable that. Nothing is going to bite through it as long as you're inside the shell if you're inside a cave and the cave is sealed the the jaguar or the leopard or the line will not get you in the night those kind of things are um. 21:52.83 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 22:09.88 Max Shank Stuff that we've learned based on what we've seen but it's not the the whole picture right. 22:13.80 mikebledsoe No, no. But yeah, so we look for the fact is almost nobody has an accurate understanding of the world or of themselves. Well that. 22:26.49 Max Shank What do you mean? almost nobody who's this who's this guy that has it all figured out I want to meet this dude and. 22:32.64 mikebledsoe There's this one guy there's this one guy I think that he may have it figured out but he'll remain nameless. 22:40.97 Max Shank He's the one he's the 1 standing on the milk crate at the corner of a Columbus and None right? it it is probably someone like that I mean hey yeah, the concept. 22:44.00 mikebledsoe For sure for sure. He's the fuck crazy fucker lives under the bridge. Well, there's a have you read? the have you read this series by Jed Mckenna okay Jeed Mckenna wrote a ah. 22:57.58 Max Shank M. 23:00.16 mikebledsoe Series. The first book is called spiritual enlightenment The damnedest thing and um I used to be really hesitant to even mention it in public. But I've gotten a little bit looser because you know what if you want to destroy your entire ego. You know who am I to stop you So the. This guy. Ah, this guy wrote this book on Enlightenment. He basically outlines how spirituality is actually ah will keep you from being enlightened and really creates a distinction between the 2 And you know that the the deal is you can't explain what enlightenment is because it's something that would only you can only experience once it's you can only experience it and then once you've experienced it. There's no going back to the illusion and. 23:53.90 Max Shank Well, and once again, what are we trying to describe when we say the word enlightenment so just getting really right? It's ah it's a sign. It's a symbol that we're using to determine like this feeling that we we have this feeling in mind. 23:57.14 mikebledsoe Was It's indescribable. Well well being well being well being. Well different people. Well a lot of people see it as a feeling but the the way the guy describes it This book is that you only see you you know the absolute truth at all times you're. 24:11.78 Max Shank Right? and. 24:21.41 Max Shank Yeah. 24:23.10 mikebledsoe You stabilize that state of consciousness and um, basically life gets incredibly boring because there's no narratives I mean you can witness narratives but you're not actually participating um in them anymore at all. 24:37.11 Max Shank Um, yeah. 24:42.64 mikebledsoe There's nothing to believe about yourself. There's nothing to believe about the world outside of what you can directly validate for yourself through observation and even then the story that tying the the dots together to create a narrative just doesn't exist anymore. 24:59.11 Max Shank It would be so hard to function with other people if you actually did that it'd be. 25:03.36 mikebledsoe Well well in the book If you read the book series. You'd really, there's he he's basically documenting conversations and he fucking almost hates having to interact with people. You know it's It's not a you know he basically just sees everybody as little children. 25:15.30 Max Shank Um, right. 25:21.59 Max Shank Well that I agree with I mean people are like little children. Um. 25:23.32 mikebledsoe Well, he gets into that in the book as well. I think you would enjoy the series. Yeah, it's a it's a trilogy. It's it's I chuckled my way through it and it was. It was pretty good. Ah although I. 25:30.36 Max Shank The series. Okay. 25:40.35 Max Shank I Feel like. 25:42.47 mikebledsoe Read it in 2017 at it early Twenty seventeen it ah it did do a number on me totally totally. 25:46.65 Max Shank Ah, might hit a little different now too. Ah I liked what you said about spirituality getting in the way of enlightenment because when I think of the word enlightenment I Like you know me I like to keep things as simple as possible because I'm not as smart as all these science guys and. 25:55.97 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah. 26:11.66 Max Shank When I think of enlightenment I think about just a reduction in in mass. So you're you're reducing So you're trying to literally make yourself lighter. Yeah, it's like I wrote this phrase down that I've always loved. It's like you can only sharpen. 26:20.42 mikebledsoe It's a destructive process. 26:31.20 Max Shank By removing material like otherwise it's a different thing but you sharpen something by taking stuff away and ah there are a lot of different analogies in some ancient wisdoms About. You know, don't be sharp like a sword you know, let yourself become dull and plain like a stone in a River and that kind of stuff and I really resonate with that and the more you have to keep up with these stories the the more you are burdened. And so it's like how do you find a way to fully connect which is like flow in that moment without getting attached and you realize every attachment you have is derived from that identity that you have all all the attachments. Are in relation to your identity. It's like a big net where you're the center spoke or maybe a wheel where you're in the center and it's all these relationships with everything else. 27:30.19 mikebledsoe Well, the way the way that Jed ah he describes it in the book. He's like you know, a lot of people like to think about what you're talking about these these these beliefs that are in our consciousness like I believe they're in this beautiful web. Or a net or something like that he goes the reality is it's a rat's nest. You have no idea what belongs where until you start pulling a thread and and even then you don't know what? Ah every what all it was connected to and um, yeah, so like that that really hit home for me when. 27:59.22 Max Shank Um, oh yeah. 28:08.74 mikebledsoe Because I up to that point I was thinking Oh there's this beautiful web and if I pull this part of the web then I'm not really sure what'll happen on this other side of the web but he's like now it's a Rat's nest. It's just as a is a disaster zone inside of people's minds. Oh. 28:17.48 Max Shank E. 28:23.29 Max Shank Um, often yeah. 28:27.88 mikebledsoe Which I find to be accurate because anytime I've worked with people through like a belief and then we watch it dissolve. There's just no way to predict how that's going to impact their life. It's like oh I didn't know it wass going to impact that area of your life in that way. Okay, that was a surprise. 28:43.17 Max Shank Some people are more attached. Some people are a little some people have a pretty easy time letting stuff go and some people have ah a really hard time or. 28:44.79 mikebledsoe Some people are more attached. 28:52.64 mikebledsoe I have um so I have a ah story to share I have a ah mentee I was talking to yesterday and he goes mike do you believe in curses I was like well um, you know. If you're talking about someone putting a curse on you if you believe someone put a curse on you then the only way the curse will work is if you believe that the curse is real if you believe that someone put a curse on you then it weren't like you you are cursed and and. 29:21.25 Max Shank Um, then it definitely worked. You're fucked. That's yeah. 29:29.50 mikebledsoe And you're the only one that can undo it right? and so and so that was That's how I started he goes. He's like well well I met this guy and he said that he said that Um, my family had a curse and I. 29:43.89 Max Shank Sounds like 1 of them spiritual ah barriers to enlightenment perhaps or maybe he was right I don't I don't know. 29:48.16 mikebledsoe Yeah, well well Ego I Go what? Well I say I I was like well we have to Define Curse of course that we we do that on the show at Lot. We Define things and I was like like look I don't I don't necessarily believe in curses in the way that ah. People who use that language probably believe in them because I don't need to believe in the curse I Um I I think that people use that language when they're actually confused about what that is. It's like this. It's mystical. And that's one of the things that ah jeed was getting in the book with spirituality is there's so so much mysticism and that is there's so much mystery, There's so much that we don't understand that you have to buy into and that happens a lot in spirituality people start throwing these words around and I don't know what they're talking about. 30:44.60 Max Shank On. 30:44.85 mikebledsoe And I'm pretty sure they have no idea what they're talking about because they just strung together a bunch of words that don't make any sense to to anybody in the room and if I were to ask them to break it down in plain language. It's not going to happen and so anytime anyone starts using a lot of flowery language. Both me my fiancee would just leave. 30:55.95 Max Shank Um, right. 31:04.62 mikebledsoe Like neither one of us like to put up with that that shit you know and so that there's a lot of people in the quote unquote conscious community that exists that like you know I think they're doing good stuff I like them and all that but we're probably not going to hang out I don't want to like those people are confused. And so ah, what. 31:25.45 Max Shank How could people not be confused I mean we act like it's just been this sequential build. But the reality is that cultures and nations and peoples and laws have just been patched together ah time and time again with. Almost never having a chance to really clean the slate. That's why when you have something like America it's like whoa. It's not totally blank slate but it's it's pretty close. They were like okay, let's let's think about this real quick like. 31:54.53 mikebledsoe It was. It was pretty. It was pretty blank. 32:04.41 Max Shank What are we going to do here and because and then of course now what we have is just the patchwork quilt of that initial weaving and we're just sticking stuff in here and we're like oh yeah, the school's not doing so good so they need more tests or we'll teach them the tests ahead of time and. 32:09.64 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah. 32:23.67 Max Shank It's just all these fucking patches and ah so it's no wonder that it's just this absolute cluster fuck like you were saying where most of the stuff you just have to take on faith Ah, which of course is kind of kind of back to. Well. 32:35.95 mikebledsoe We you don't have to I I I try not my my goal is I tell people a lot of times they'll ask me what I believe I go and I said you know I don't believe in much of anything if I can't validate it for myself then I'm gonna tell you. 32:42.72 Max Shank Yeah I mean. 32:55.92 mikebledsoe I don't know. Ah there are things that are useful if I were to believe when I believe this way it's something I can't validate for myself. But I can validate the result of believing it which is ah something I want in my life or something I don't want in my life. So I I like to. 32:56.92 Max Shank O. 33:04.61 Max Shank And. 33:11.30 Max Shank E. 33:14.52 mikebledsoe Be able to admit that I have no idea what the truth is but I do know what's useful and ah there are some things that I can validate for myself and I just know that now going back to the curse and and a curse on the family the the way that I. I Talked about that with him is that every family has a curse and the yeah and they they have some blessings as well. But the but the curse. 33:40.63 Max Shank Whoa How about a blessing do they have blessings Also because if you can curse another person then it would stand to reason that you could also bless them The logic's not sound completely. But. 33:48.22 mikebledsoe Um, yeah, you could. 33:55.70 Max Shank If you believe that you can be cursed. You probably also believe someone could say a prayer for you or give you a blessing or cast a magical spell. 33:59.91 mikebledsoe But I think we've all seen this like I think what? But what he was talking about is that there's a trend in his family. There's a trend of this pattern of behavior and and it seems mysterious to to them and maybe to people around them who who. 34:08.84 Max Shank In. 34:19.57 mikebledsoe Are Not very good at paying attention. Um, they're not in that practice and so but if you pay attention close Enough. You have well there is a pattern of behavior that's leading to these cursed results right? These results to seem to be a curse. Well the curse is going to be a mystery until you. Until you go to? why are people why? what is the behavior that's leading to this and where did that behavior come from and. 34:45.17 Max Shank Back to curiosity if you can get to that state like then then that's like as close as you can get to a ah blank slate moving forward is to get curious about what is rather than confirming what you believe I think is the. 34:52.22 mikebledsoe Key So curiosity keep curiosity. 35:04.14 Max Shank The major key so you're curious about what is or perhaps what can be ah and that way you are not confirming the pre-existing beliefs right? Which definitely feels more stable I mean everything. All the all this talk about writing stuff down and recording things is to increase predictability and stability. So I feel comfortable lending you the None goats. 35:30.35 mikebledsoe Yeah, well this is what as you I said Curiosity is the cure for curses. So if you if we're going to show title somehow. So so so um, look so I'm talking to him and I go. 35:38.60 Max Shank Um, cool. That's that sounds nice. 35:50.26 mikebledsoe This is the curse is what your parents learn from from their parents and then what they taught you is is there's an ancestral pattern of behavior that's playing out and if you don't understand how that pattern works then it's going to be mysterious. And then someone's going to come along and and use the label curse because it's the word curse is kind of a mysterious thing in itself like Witches curse things and that you know it's kind of like it's magic. Yeah, so like I and then so I have to go back in that. Yeah. 36:15.78 Max Shank Um, yeah, like a Hex or something like that. Yeah, but you can use magic for good too. You know. 36:24.97 mikebledsoe It to something that's magical or mystical is just something you don't understand how it works yet. Yeah. 36:29.62 Max Shank Yes, exactly magic You don't get the trick and as soon as you know how it works. It's not magic anymore. It's just a trick hey do the trick. You know it's magic when you don't follow what's happening and most things really are magic I'm a very curious guy I don't like to not know stuff. 36:36.33 mikebledsoe Now. 36:47.11 mikebledsoe Yeah. 36:49.43 Max Shank Honestly, maybe it's maybe it's a character defect or an an effect I don't I don't know exactly what it is but ah, it's really difficult actually to know how stuff works just if you look around wherever you are right now and just try to figure out how all the stuff is working. Unless you are a like Captain Science or something like that. You're going to find it really taxing to figure out how everything works in the world around you and I think one of the things about objectivism which is where i'm. Trying to come at things from it's weird I'm like objectivist in terms of like if it works I'm going to use it and that's good enough for me and also a more metaphysical connection to an everlasting eternal and infinite source that is. Totally the opposite of objective. It's completely subjective. It's like a feeling that it's funny because it's either ah true or not true and so if I am making myself. Believe that it is true and it gives me a good feeling then I just kind of gave myself a little blessing basically and I think that's a lot of what religion is about It's like hey you know what it feels good that there is a wise fatherly figure who's not too hands on. 38:06.49 mikebledsoe Exactly. 38:21.42 Max Shank By the way, not an overbearing parent or father figure all powerful looking out for me. He loves me says so in the book. That's that's going to feel pretty nice I can totally understand what I would feel nice. Are you kidding. 38:33.16 mikebledsoe Yeah, well you know, ah this brings up. Yeah well well I see a huge like a really beneficial place for religion. Um, you know when I look at when I look at you know people that are you know mainstream people. 38:38.37 Max Shank About the boost in morale. 38:47.62 Max Shank Fanatics. Oh. 38:51.95 mikebledsoe Religion is a really great way to get them to behave like if somebody doesn't hasn't been through the questions and the logic and really sat with themselves and have an understanding of like ah of karma basically cause and effect how you know if I do this and I get this result. Most people have no idea that person is going to do really good going to church on Sunday and having the None commandments repeated to them and because the 10 commandments. It's kind of hard hard to argue with that shit like. 39:26.10 Max Shank It's a bit outlandish really I mean no killing or coveting the neighbor's wife give me a break. 39:30.48 mikebledsoe I think there was there was I think the one that don't covet your neighbor's wife is the only one that does not include an action that every the 9 commandments was don't do these things and then the last one was like. 39:47.64 Max Shank Don't even want this. 39:49.67 mikebledsoe Stamp out that desire like it was the it was the only one that was around desire. Everything else was about behavior so which is really really interesting that it that it that it was wrapped like that which I think is also really good advice. Ah you want to be miserable. 39:58.36 Max Shank Um, it's like yeah, ah. 40:07.81 Max Shank Just covet everything You don't have. 40:08.31 mikebledsoe Like it. Yeah I mean just means to have envy you know to be jealous like it's like oh you know that dude's wife is hotter than mine I I think about her all the time talk about suffering you want to make yourself suffer. 40:21.16 Max Shank How about the illusion. How about the illusion like that I mean you bring up a great point could talk about it all day. But I won't I mean look at what we do to fabricate a better illusion shiny sports cars glittery tits. We're doing the whole nine yards just to. We're so hyper audio visual. We're so hypervisual. It's insane and you know that. 40:46.44 mikebledsoe I think 75% of your perception at least seventy five eighty percent on the yeah well the eyes are just an extension of your nervous system. It's just like your nerves have come out and it makes more sense. It makes sense. 40:53.42 Max Shank Um, it's like. 41:00.69 Max Shank Yeah, yeah, no I follow I Follow what you're ah what you're going at um I think it's interesting. A lot of people consume media now with the sound off and it's just visual isn't that interesting. 41:03.82 mikebledsoe Now. 41:10.63 mikebledsoe I Do I I I have everything set up to where I have to like purposely turn the sound on and and I hope if you don't have a caption on your video I'm I'm skipping right over because I don't want to interrupt I don't want to interrupt my music. 41:19.50 Max Shank Um, yeah. 41:24.52 Max Shank Um, oh shit game over that. 41:29.22 mikebledsoe And got my music playing to my phone now I'm going to have some fucking Instagram real barin now get out of here. So I caption everything. Ah. 41:33.86 Max Shank Totally totally totally. But I think that just goes to show that we we are. We're very one-dimensional and very heavily focused on the vision and this whole this whole thing. It's like we're not quite. 41:42.53 mikebledsoe Yeah. 41:52.86 Max Shank Um, full slaves to our primal ah lust and hunger which that's pretty fun. That's one good option but we're also not fully bought in to this enlightened state either. You know? So we're not we're not really ah enjoying the primal ah savageness and we're also not really in the egoless enviousless wrathless smoothness of ah you know, connected communication and communion. With other things and ah creatures in your universe which is your unique perspective. So. It's a but it's a real bummer to be between those 2 is that's like the worst place you don't really get the benefit of either None you know you're. 42:35.65 mikebledsoe Yeah, ah. 42:46.30 mikebledsoe Ah, yeah. 42:49.76 Max Shank Lizard Brain afraid all the time you're not really getting the you know the the lust and the hunger they're full due and you're not on the the wizard mode either sounds awful just bought in the illusion. 42:58.50 mikebledsoe Terrible terrible. So ah, so so there there was this moment I had where I um I really got to have um, an appreciation for religion I was it was ah. 2018 I was in ah Paris France and I went to see Notre ah Notre Dame um and before it burned ah and I got to go I walked in. 43:22.62 Max Shank Any. 43:33.80 Max Shank Um I did too. It was awesome I might have been there in the same year I might have been there at like the same time is fucking weird. We were there on a date. 43:36.17 mikebledsoe So cool. So I walked in I'm looking at oh oh weird. So they add all this these ah these these monk These monks had like these hats. You know you saw like the hats with the Jewels and. 43:50.57 Max Shank Just kidding like. 43:55.44 mikebledsoe And everything and are and I'm in there and I'm looking at the the cathedral from inside and I go and then I went and looked at the outside I was like man there is a lot of symbolism here and I was like this is super psychedelic like yeah, what I'm looking at. 44:08.63 Max Shank Um, lot of fancy hats in religions too. 44:13.71 mikebledsoe What I'm looking at is it looks very mystical and reminds me I remember looking at this one piece and I was like that's a fucking dmt trip right? there I'm gonna tell you right now I've I've been there and I and then I started seeing it everywhere I was like this is. These cathedrals in Europe are so psychedelic and so I'm in Notre domina and I'm like I'm like okay I'm getting a download here. Let's go home. Went back to the apartment I booked a tour. 44:32.94 Max Shank Um. 44:45.59 mikebledsoe For the next day I was like I need I need like a proper tour this me wandering around and by myself not going to cut it and so what do I do I drop acid before the tour because I'm a genius and ah. We signed up for a group tour but we were me and my ex-wife were the only 2 that signed up so we had a private tour while on Assad and we we got to go the guy was like I normally don't tell people about this because if there's catholics ah in the group they get really triggered. 45:06.25 Max Shank Amazing. 45:20.80 mikebledsoe Because there was so much of the symbolism on the church was taken from ah ancient Egypt and and basically every religion up to that point is represented in in Notre Dame um which makes it even more interesting than some of the other cathedrals. Yeah, it's. 45:34.90 Max Shank See I didn't I didn't even know that that's awesome I checked it out but I did not get a tour I Certainly didn't get that. 45:40.33 mikebledsoe Ah, there there is references in the architecture to ah the chakras 7 chakras it's very it to me. It was like very blatant but ah to someone who's. 45:48.49 Max Shank So now. 45:54.34 Max Shank Ah, neat. That's awesome. That's neat. No no, no, that's neat. No, that's really cool. This is neat. 45:59.19 mikebledsoe Ah, he said 8 I was like but ah that is neat. So so i' go inside and I and I get to spend a couple I you know how long I spend because I'm on asset two or three hours with this tour guide and we're just jamming I'm like just pulling all the information out of him and I'm like I'm like well what do you think about this, he goes. 46:13.30 Max Shank A. 46:18.69 mikebledsoe Oh you're one of those I was like yeah man I don't care like like let's really go there So I got to go there with this guy and basically what I got the conclusion I came to is these monks are sitting in the church in a dark room and they're in there just chanting chanting for days. 46:19.83 Max Shank Are in. 46:37.72 mikebledsoe Chanting and chant they're getting into these psychedelic states they're doing it through chanting. Maybe they're drinking some wine and chanting and they're getting into this weird state and maybe there's some mushrooms in the wine who the fuck knows and they get these. They get all this information they get they get to have contact. 46:43.57 Max Shank Yep. 46:56.58 mikebledsoe With the divine this they have this mystical experience that they then get their experience truth in a way that you can't explain to somebody else. But once you have this experience. You go. You know we probably you know. 47:06.12 Max Shank Oh. 47:13.26 mikebledsoe Property rights is a thing and the cat back then the Catholic Church controlled property if you want to buy or sell you know your deed it was held with the Catholic Church and and Notre Damme was ah was it started being built I want to say in 808 or 900 somewhere there and wasn't finished until like well technically still not finished. But. I think it was ah like a none project so it was not a short project. 47:36.19 Max Shank Um, the 151516 sounds right to me fifteen sixteen hundred I can't recall maybe as late as 17 47:43.49 mikebledsoe Well I think they then I think they may have had like a finishing point but then they started up again and depending on who was who was who believed what at the time they would like tear down a statue and put a different statue up and all the shit. Yeah. 47:51.63 Max Shank Rebuilding and building. 47:59.10 Max Shank Funky right? I remember there were some cool statues and like gargoyles and devils on the outside and shut like that there. It was actually the outside was super hardcore I remember looking at that for a long time. There was a lot of angels and demons. 48:01.37 mikebledsoe Um, yeah, it's like like super hardcore. 48:14.38 mikebledsoe And Mary with Mary with a torch surrounded by gargoyles and yeah, it's fucking wild and so um, so I I got thinking about it and I got to appreciate I go all these peasants outside they're giving them gifts because they come out. 48:15.38 Max Shank Devils and freaky shit. Yeah, you know that would. 48:33.28 mikebledsoe After days of chanting go I got the message I had a meeting with god I had this divine mystical experience and you know what Don not don't try to fuck your buddys wife you know, ah and you shouldn't steal shit and you know what I mean like. 48:49.10 Max Shank Um. 48:52.30 mikebledsoe All these rules were created by the church. Um, but they're not they weren't new but like there was other rules like they had you know the church was running shit back then they were really running shit until around the fifteen hundreds and so um, ah. 48:55.35 Max Shank Um, well those aren't new ideas though at that point either. 49:03.78 Max Shank Yeah. 49:11.68 mikebledsoe I Really just got a big appreciation for religion at that point because I go well for me to expect for everybody to have had I've had a lot of mystical experiences. You know that the meeting with God has happened several times where. 49:23.44 Max Shank Um. 49:29.44 mikebledsoe I Go into this really deep state and things become very obvious and the behaviors that follow like oh yeah I should change this I shouldn't shouldn't behave like this anymore like this because I'm at a blindment with this other thing and so as like I'm just making myself miserable. 49:35.35 Max Shank What. 49:47.91 mikebledsoe So when I first had that experience I go everybody should have this experience and then after years of promoting people to have this experience I Realized a ah most people are not willing to have the experience. They're not. They're not even curious about it. It's not interesting to them and then B some people. 49:52.47 Max Shank Um I. 50:02.82 Max Shank And. 50:06.73 mikebledsoe Become curious about it and they probably shouldn't have touched it because they don't they couldn't they they can't handle. There's they don't have enough like some type of mental construct in order to handle the the weight of that experience because you're going from 0 to 60 50:24.37 Max Shank Um. 50:26.10 mikebledsoe And ah and a split second with some of these things. Um, and so. 50:29.42 Max Shank Yeah, it's way faster than chanting. It's like you can achieve kind of a similar experience with a lot of different things like you can get the runners high or you can just ah smoke a blunt or something like that you can chant for three days or you can just drop some acid. 50:41.10 mikebledsoe Totally yeah. 50:47.13 Max Shank And so we have all these shortcuts to get into that state and I think it's a connected and receptive state. It allows you to see past your own illusion I think it it temporarily depending on the dosage right. 51:03.32 mikebledsoe Yep. 51:04.40 Max Shank Temporarily takes away that tight grip on the um ego that you've built essentially as a suit of armor to survive the environment that you live in and we live in an environment where stories matter quite a lot I Mean. Like the the reality of how I am on a day-to-day. Basis is so different than from what you would find if you just searched for me on the internet. You would think that all I do is play Sports lift weights. 51:33.37 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 51:40.74 Max Shank And dance in my backyard with my shirt off but I call it mobility instead of dancing and that would be That's like the whole thing. That's that's the illusion that's out there. So whatever. Whatever avatar you project out you you use it. Maybe not as armor maybe almost as like a scuba suit to enter the environment of society that we're in so it's natural that you would want to do that. You'd want to have armor plating you'd want to have these ah pretty colors on this avatar. So people really like it and maybe someone will even love you. If Your feathers are are pretty enough and so everything is just reinforcing these ideas but it's still coming from like a lizard brain type of desire and so it's no wonder that people are a little tangled up. Like in like a ah web of self and parents and teachers and fame and shame and blame and all these different things like that's why when you were like oh people are just children I'm like yeah they're like often abused children and abuse is like. It happens in so many different ways. It's like ah probably like 1 of the least popular things to talk about is rape but the only problem with rape is the lack of consent because nearly everybody is on board with sex and a lot of people from both genders like raping. Also. But that's like maybe even another. Ah, that's a different can of worms that I'm not not looking to unpack right now off the cuff because well look. It's um. 53:23.68 mikebledsoe Why'd you even mention it. 53:29.53 Max Shank People have their boundaries crossed in a lot of different ways and the the thing is it's that feeling of having your boundary crossed and so people feel um, abused or diminished or beaten down or taken from in a lot of different ways and so it's like. That idea that ah wherever you get wounded the bone grows back twice as strong like the calcification is like your personality from all these miniature traumas you've had and if someone's. Forcing you to do None thing or another they're still forcing you to do None thing or another and how you can harmonize that into the future is going to determine how you find the world and you know there are different levels of trauma. But if you're not willing to let it go. You are just going to go ah equal and opposite to that force basically right. 54:25.32 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah. 54:31.37 Max Shank Ah, yeah, So I'm not Surprised. People are all all twisted up with identity and perception and I know personally I've found a lot of peace through trying to see things as they are. And it's not something that is like on off switch but it can happen really fast all at once. In fact, just for anyone listening. It's kind of an interesting thing in my experience. It's not a linear progress on this sort of. Thinking it All. It's like giant leaps forward and then a little plateau and then a giant leap forward and then a little Plateau I don't know what it's been like for you. But. 55:17.51 mikebledsoe Yeah, it? um well the giant leaps forward or never yeah, they can be difficult. But yeah, it seems like seems like there's this giant leap forward then I got to stabilize the jump right? There's not a. So like oh I jump forward and everything's Great. It's like oh now because in those giant leaps especially if you have a shift in your own identity then everybody in your life. You're about to ah destroy their expectations of you. The stability is gone. 55:37.27 Max Shank But. 55:49.48 Max Shank Well, the Stability's gone right? The stability. 55:54.85 mikebledsoe There's chaos it creates chaos and it creates chaos for your friends and your family because they can count on you to behave like this whether it's a good behavior or not and they're even looking to count on. They're counting on you to behave poorly and then all of a sudden you do something in order to be successful. 56:05.51 Max Shank Right. 56:13.73 mikebledsoe And they may even get mad at you about it. They like like I've I've had people in the past that were like mad that I was successful enough to where I didn't have to run my gym anymore they were like oh you're like leaving. 56:17.74 Max Shank They'll definitely get mad at you about it. A lot of the time. 56:26.48 Max Shank A. 56:30.18 mikebledsoe Things behind you, you're you're changing and you're a different person like and they're mad about it I go Well yeah, that was isn't that the point like what do you think I was doing all this work for to stay the same. 56:34.66 Max Shank Um, yeah, yeah, dude I remember that I remember the one that made me laugh The hardest um I fired this guy who worked for me because he was lying to me. 56:54.19 mikebledsoe Yeah. 56:54.45 Max Shank And if I can't trust someone. It's basically like see you later you know and 1 of the members at my gym texted me and said I can't believe you did this. You're really ruining my happiness. 57:05.62 mikebledsoe Ah, you're in charge of their happiness. All of a sudden. 57:11.00 Max Shank I just thought it was so funny. It was like anything different. This guy's like totally lost it and you know there are two sides to every story right? So there's no point in trying to have like an argument about its rightness or wrongness it. It just is what it is. It's like that Mark Twain quote how his. Taylor was the only reasonable person because he took his measurement new every time instead of measuring him against how he was in the past and dude absolutely like if you quit drinking I think that's ah one that a lot of people relate to you know. 57:34.38 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 57:45.54 mikebledsoe Oh yeah. 57:48.86 Max Shank Ah, used to be a bit of a party animal or just ah, a different type of party animal and as soon as you stop as soon as you stop doing that They're like what do? what are you doing? You're you're like ditching us. Oh you're too good for us or something I guess like no man like just doing a different thing. 57:51.25 mikebledsoe Yeah I had the same thing quit drinking. Yeah. 58:03.26 mikebledsoe Well it kind of sucks when you stop drinking because I had this experience I remember it was yeah it's like well 20 I remember it was like 2013 and i. 58:12.44 Max Shank That's where our culture has fun for adults. That's like the place. 58:21.61 mikebledsoe I had to actually cut back on drinking a little bit up to that point not completely I started smoking a little bit of weed when I was my and 2011 so I started smoking weed because I didn't like how I was behaving when I was on alcohol I was. Blacking out I was doing and saying stupid shit. Um I was around like my gym members. You know I'd be out at a bar with gym members. The next thing you know like like what what did I say last night I don't even know? Yeah, yeah, yeah, the next day is like. 58:52.55 Max Shank Feeling of up. 58:57.14 mikebledsoe I Just I don't know what I did but I got this feeling. It wasn't good. You know, ah and so I cut back the drink and I I discovered that weed if I smoked a little weed before I went out I would drink way less and then weed would make me way less aggressive. 58:59.53 Max Shank Right. 59:14.18 mikebledsoe So I could still be out I could still be sociable. 59:14.87 Max Shank Um, oh you think Alcohol alcohol is like so crazy when you think about it that we're just like yeah whatever you can have it have as much as you want? whatever. 59:21.30 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah, but but I was using the weed to like offset the you know it calm me down and and then I would just drink less and because I was already kind of feeling it if I drink too much while being high that ah that. Wasn't fun I would I would hit it. 59:40.75 Max Shank But it sounds like yeah I mean it sounds like you got to that point where you were ah using your intuition and getting curious about it instead of just writing the momentum of like oh it's Friday let's all get drunk because that's just what we do and I think a lot of folks. 59:52.70 mikebledsoe Yeah now. 01:00:00.12 Max Shank Maybe don't even like it that much. They just want to be liked so they'll do the thing that gets people to like them. You know, drinking can be a competition that you can win speaking of life as a game. 01:00:04.36 mikebledsoe Well, it's. 01:00:12.87 Max Shank As soon as I figured that out I was like hey I bet I could poison myself twice as fast as you motherfucker and that everyone's like yeah you did it. 01:00:19.94 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, if you ever win a drink game. It doesn't It's never as cool as you think it's gonna be and a lot of people need that liquid courage. You know like it's the only way they can. It's like ah well it's it's it's well they have to like D It's like. 01:00:34.52 Max Shank Be sexual. It's the only way they can like let their guard down. 01:00:39.39 mikebledsoe It detaches them from themselves enough to where they can just kind of let loose. But anyways I digress I um so in 2013 I started eating way more psychedelic mushrooms and then after my None big psychedelic mushroom experience. 01:00:44.50 Max Shank Um, yeah. 01:00:56.66 mikebledsoe I cut out alcohol a hundred percent I 01:01:00.40 Max Shank Dude, we should do a series of shows on a different substance every week guys. We're gonna start it. Nice and simple coffee week. One is coffee nice and simple week two. We bring out a little booze week 3 weed week 4 01:01:03.90 mikebledsoe Ah, it's not the None time I've heard this pitch. 01:01:12.40 mikebledsoe I want to do it now I want to do it's a lead magnet. It's a lead magnet. We'll do 10 shows on 10 different substances and there's ah the lead magnet is that you can um you have to figure out which substance we were on. It's a mystery. 01:01:17.14 Max Shank Okay, we're going to go in Spain. 01:01:31.10 mikebledsoe During the show and if you can match it up successfully you get a prize. Yeah, you have to like you know label it. There's gonna be 10 shows 10 substances definitely social security number. Um yeah I think that's a great idea. So. 01:01:32.90 Max Shank Um, and you only get None guess. You got to enter your social security number. 01:01:49.87 mikebledsoe Started eating mushrooms and I cut out alcohol completely and I was the guy you know I owned the gym I was I had a a house with a big backyard at a pool and you know I I bought the house because it was a great place to entertain guests. So I'm throwing these parties I got a keg in the backyard like we're doing everything. 01:01:52.25 Max Shank A. 01:02:08.74 mikebledsoe I'm not drinking and it's not 1 those things where I'm like I'm trying not to drink is just like I really just don't give a fuck about having a drink at all like someone can hand me a beer and it's like 0 desire. Yeah. 01:02:09.43 Max Shank Yeah. 01:02:20.10 Max Shank But well you got something better something that that suits you better. That's what it's about right? It's like let's get intuitive about the different medicines that we're applying. 01:02:28.91 mikebledsoe Yeah, and so I just remember this one afternoon I've got a bunch of people in my house were standing in a circle. Everyone's got a red solo cup in their hand I'm drinking water and I'm happy as a clam. And I probably smoked a little bit of weed. Um, but I kept on trying to have conversations that had way more depth than what I would have when I was on alcohol and I just remember people looking at me weird I Remember people getting uncomfortable and walking away and it was. 01:02:54.51 Max Shank Or you can. 01:03:06.10 mikebledsoe It was all of a sudden there was this barrier between me and the people who I had been getting drunk with for years and having a good time with and when I look back and I go oh I just wasn't meeting their expectation of who they believe Mike Bletzo to be. They didn't know what to do with me and in fact. 01:03:20.41 Max Shank Inhale. 01:03:23.72 mikebledsoe Probably didn't weren't that interested in talking to me because they were wanting to talk to a guy that was more like who I was behaving like and so. 01:03:31.56 Max Shank And I mean your cells are all changing except for like neurons basically throughout your whole life. They're they're dividing and dying and dividing and dying. They're going through this process of death and rebirth and so. 01:03:38.33 mikebledsoe Yeah. 01:03:50.75 Max Shank If most of your cells are different seven years later wouldn't like you also be quite different seven years later and the fact of the matter is your brain and the pathways in your brain can change way way faster. 01:03:57.28 mikebledsoe Absolutely. 01:04:10.50 mikebledsoe Well yeah, the first was it in and exercise sci

White Label American
Ep 131: People Need To Know This Kind Of Stuff ft Ose Monye

White Label American

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 95:35


Oriekaose Monye aka Ose Monye has been one of my oldest friends on the online streets. Today, he is the executive producer of Parlour Pitch on YouTube along with being one of the hosts. Ose also touches on impactful stories, that are a part of global history. Learn about Agbor, old social media, dealing with shyness while creating, and more about Ose.  Don't forget to send your feedback, and 5-star reviews, donate and join our Patreon via www.whitelabelamerican.com Watch Parlour Pitch https://www.youtube.com/c/ParlourPitch Infrared_Krypto, responsible for our music, has a sweet album on all streaming platforms "Infrared." Grab our merch available at our website or VetClothing.com

Just Live Well
The Benefits Of Infrared And Red Light Therapy 7.26.22

Just Live Well

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 53:20


Dr Chapa joins KHEA Radio to share a message of hope and healing without the use of drugs and surgery. Living Well Clinical Nutrition Center is located in League City, Texas.

Grappling With Podcast
Unpacking the Hype Around Saunas

Grappling With Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 84:45


In this episode we go in-depth on how saunas can be a super beneficial addition to a healthy lifestyle and bjj recovery. We discuss the health benefits, what the heat is doing to the body, for recovery post-workout, infrared vs traditional, red light therapy and more.  0:00 Intro/Grappling Industries Recap 10:40 Sauna Health Benefits 21:45 BJJ & Heat Exposure 32:13 Aging & Neurodegenerative Disease Benefits 35:08 Mometic Exercise Benefits 46:41 Alternative Means of Heat Exposure 50:16 Infrared vs Traditional 55:27 Red Light Therapy vs Infrared 1:07:38 Consulting a Doctor 1:14:15 Mikey Musumeci Diet 1:22:00 Sauna Brands Hey, if you have any questions for Dr. Chris or Bill and Olivia. Just email GrapplingWithPodcast@gmail.com or message the social media pages. Check us out on our social and YouTube where we have full episodes. Instagram: @GrapplingWithPodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/GrapplingWithPodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/GrapplingWithPodcast Dr. Hardy is a licensed physician and BJJ practitioner, but the contents of the podcast are meant for educational purposes only, and should not be taken as medical advice. Please seek out personalized care from your own medical provider prior to implementing any medical treatment or intervention. 

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 2269: James David Forbes

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 3:50


Victims and Villains
Infrared (2022) | Abyss Gazing: A Horror Podcast #25.1

Victims and Villains

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 30:43


We're staring into the abyss of 2022's Infrared. In this first mini episode of Abyss Gazing, we discuss the latest film from Greg Sestro. The film tells the story of a brother and sister ghost hunting duo who attempt to debunk a local ghost legend. Infrared opens everywhere July 22nd, 2022. Submit your films and screenplays to Horrific Hope Film Festival 2023: https://bit.ly/hhff23. If you or someone you know is reading this right now and struggling with suicide, depression, addiction, or self-harm - please reach out. Comment, message, or tweet at us. Go to victimsandvillains.net/hope for more resources. Call the suicide lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Text "HELP" to 741-741. There is hope & you DO have so much value and worth!Abyss Gazing is a production of Victims and Villains and is written by Josh “Captain Nostalgia” Burkey (& produced by) and Mark Moore. Music by Kevin MacLeod and Purple Planet (https://bit.ly/ppcoms). You can now support us on Patreon. Help us get mental health resources into schools and get exclusive content at the same time. Click here (http://bit.ly/vavpatreon) to support us today!

Wellness Center Creators
Hyperbaric Oxygen and Infrared Light Therapy with Caitlin Wilson

Wellness Center Creators

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 22:51


Today I'm chatting with Caitlin Wilson of In Light Hyperbarics where she and her partner help people heal through hyperbaric oxygen therapy and light therapy. Caitlin shares with us how she was initially introduced to light therapy and then hyperbarics. Eventually this grew into a thriving wellness practice focused on these modalities. And now she assists other practices implement light therapy and hyperbarics into their offering as well. We cover just what exactly are these therapies and how they help in healing. She explains how their hyperbaric chambers include the light therapy along with the oxygen treatments too! Who can benefit from hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT)? Nearly everyone, from grandparents to kids! HBOT helps people suffering with any and all types of inflammation, pain, chronic conditions, acute injuries and more. Listen in to hear about Caitlin's special programs, hyperbaric dating, how long it takes HBOT to work, how you can add this to your practice, and more during our fascinating conversation. Get all the links, resources and show notes here: https://wellnesscentercreators.com *Workshop: To register for the upcoming workshop, Developing Your Collaborative Leadership Team, go to: https://www.wellnesscentercreators.com/workshops Sponsored by Jane App, Jane offers online booking, charting, scheduling, secure video and invoicing on one secure, beautifully designed system: https://jane.app/ Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it!

Listening To Your Gut
Infrared Sauna Benefits for Gut Healing & Gut Health

Listening To Your Gut

Play Episode Play 28 sec Highlight Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 16:50


Today's episode was inspired by my recent health investment.  This week I purchased an in-home infrared sauna.  Infrared saunas have lots of health benefits....gut health included!  Check out this episode to learn more about infrared saunas.  In the near future I will have a discount code for you to use if you decide to invest in one for yourself.   Stay tuned!CHECK THIS OUT!!Podcast Facebook Community:Have you joined  the podcast Facebook community yet?!   If not and you are a woman that is interested in having a place to connect, inspire and support other like-minded women, this is the place for you!  In the Facebook community we will share our health and wellness journeys with one another in an effort to normalize these talks we often shy away from, or feel are not welcome.  They are welcome here, and I can't wait to see you in there!!Use the following link to request to join:https://www.facebook.com/groups/385487936132272/Products I am OBSESSED with:Funk It Wellness:Funk It Wellness Seed Cycling Kits and Maca Powder can be found at: https://funkitwellness.com/Use the code: KELLY20 to save 20% on your order!!Skin Essence Organics:Skin Essence Organics is an amazing company makes affordable, non-toxic skin care products that not only smell good, but feel good, too!  All of their products are 100% plant-based, organic, cruelty-free, gluten-free, and non-GMO.  To start supporting your body and our environment, head on over to https://www.skinessenceorganics.com/ (if you are in the US) or https://www.skinessence.ca/ (if you are in Canada) to try out these amazing products.   You can get 15% off of your order when you use the code: kelly15, plus free shipping on orders of $49 or more.Wolven Threads:Wolven is a clothing company with a mission to promote sustainability, diversity, body positivity, and creative/artistic appreciation.  Their clothing is super comfy and incredibly unique.  Their clothing is made from BPA free plastic bottles, which is so cool!  The packaging is also sustainable in that everything is either reusable or biodegradable (like the paper box it comes in).  If you know me, you know I am a huge advocate for eco-friendly products.  Not only do they help us live better lives, but the planet is massively impacted by doing so.  If you are interested in checking them out, make sure to use my code: KELLYB20  at Wolven Threads for a discount on each of your orders.  I can't wait for you to check them out and let me know what you think! Finally, if this podcast resonates with you, it would mean the world to me if you could take a 20 seconds of your time and leave a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.  Reviews help this podcast become more searchable and therefore allows me to impact more people, like you! Feel free to tag me on Instagram @kelly_bluth so that I can personally thank you or reach out to me via email at  kellybholisticwellness@gmail.com. I am so grateful for you and look forward to continuing on this journey together!

Pushing The Limits
Understanding the Benefits of Infrared Sauna With Alex Tyson

Pushing The Limits

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 53:13


If you're like most people, you probably think of saunas as a luxurious way to relax after a long day. But did you know that sauna therapy can also offer many health benefits? Sauna therapy has multiple positive effects on your physical health — and an infrared sauna can help optimise those effects.  In this episode, Alex Tyson discusses the benefits of an infrared sauna, especially on cardiovascular health. He also recounts how he involved himself in the sauna industry and why he chose to take over their family business at a young age. Finally, he offers advice on how to use infrared saunas and how to pick the best ones. If you're looking to optimise your health and boost the effectiveness of your workouts, this episode is for you! Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: Discover the benefits of sauna therapy. 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His parents eventually began to build their sauna company, iHealth Saunas.  Alex took over the family business in 2017 at the age of 24. His passion for helping others drives him to continue running his company.  [07:32] What Does Sauna Therapy Do? Sauna therapy enhances the cardiovascular system. It encourages the body to increase circulation and dilate blood vessels.  During a sauna session, the body naturally sweats, cools itself, and removes toxins. Saunas are a continuous cardiovascular workout that doesn't require the usage of any muscles.  Saunas accelerate recovery by reducing lactic acid buildup. [14:11] The Infrared Sauna Difference Compared with other types of saunas, infrared ones warm the body at a much lower temperature and activate its heat response system. Infrared saunas can be more comfortable than traditional ones due to the lower temperature. Heat stress stimulates the body to be awake. It also activates the parasympathetic nervous system.  [20:00] How to Use Sauna Therapy The best approach to using an infrared sauna depends on your goals. A hot sauna session in the morning or a cooler session in the evening may improve sleep.  Red-coloured lights help balance your circadian rhythm.  It's best to have a lukewarm shower and decrease the lights in your home after a sauna session to optimise your sleep. [25:11] On Growth Hormones  Using the sauna three days in a row can help boost growth hormone production. The deeper penetration of infrared saunas helps stimulate human growth hormone production, even at lower temperatures. Fasting is another excellent approach. There are multiple ways to address a health problem.  The fundamentals of health and well-being need a multi-pronged approach.  [31:54] Alex's Path to Health Consciousness The number of individuals who came to Alex with debilitating illnesses and his father's Alzheimer's diagnosis prompted Alex to take care of his health. Poor sleep and chronic stress are all related to Alzheimer's.  Fortunately, more people are open to sharing information on health and wellness.  [39:17] On Running The Company   Alex took over his parents' company because he believed in its mission. Growing a company requires hard work. It isn't easy, but Alex pushed through it because he believed in what he was doing.  Entrepreneurs must focus on their customers and provide quality products to engage more people.   [45:16] Tips on Picking Quality Infrared Saunas     Examine the wavelength report to ensure the light it emits is infrared. Know the light's electromagnetic field.  Ensure the infrared sauna is electrically approved in your area. Feel the timbers and craftsmanship.   Read the company's reviews and become familiar with its services.  7 Powerful Quotes 'It's a natural bodily process to sweat. And for a lot of the population, they don't sweat a lot, right? And sauna is a really important way to remove toxins from the body as we know, and just open up the biggest organ of the body, which is the skin.'    'I'm really big on education in general. Because we don't know what we don't know. And chances are we have some ritual or routine in our life that doesn't serve us.'    'When I'm working with people or whatever, there is the problem in the middle; and there's 10,000 ways that we're going to attack it. And that could be a combination of food, fasting, hyperbaric, saunas, exercise, time, nature and meditation. All these things are valid pieces of the puzzle.'   ‘There has to be a multi pronged approach. Yeah, we need to look at the fundamentals of health and well being and see if we can tackle it through all of those.'    ‘There was always something inside me that knew that there were bigger things that I wanted to create and manifest in this world.'   'The sauna does become a really valuable part of our life. I really miss my sauna if I'm away and I can't sauna where I am. And that's a common thing that we hear from people. And so it's important that whatever sauna company you go with, [it] can look after you down the track.'   'We want people to be inspired and continue on that journey because the sauna is a real powerful catalyst for people. And it's about building the rituals into our life to really take our health to a higher level.'   Resources Gain exclusive access and bonuses to Pushing the Limits Podcast by becoming a patron!  Track your blood glucose in real-time with Levels Health.  Cortisol Effects on Body by Dr Ben Bickman. Watch the Keto Camp episode here. Keto Kamp Listen to Alex's podcast, Finding Space Know more about Found Space Grab a copy of Health Supercharged  About Alex Alex Tyson is a health educator and business leader. He is the CEO of Found Space, a company that manufactures and installs Infrared Saunas across Australia. His enterprise is committed to empowering people by improving their wellness, energy, and life.  In keeping with his mission to raise health awareness, he published the book Health Supercharged, which encourages individuals to bring the foundations of health and well-being into their homes.  You can reach Alex through his website or his official Instagram account.   Enjoyed This Podcast? If you did, subscribe and share it with your friends! Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning in, then leave us a review. You can also share this with your family and friends so they can discover the benefits of an infrared sauna. Have any questions? You can contact me through email (support@lisatamati.com) or find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. For more episode updates, visit my website. You may also tune in on Apple Podcasts. To pushing the limits, Lisa

Wendys Whinnies
No. 150 Gracie Herring, Infra-Red Imaging for Horses

Wendys Whinnies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 78:22


Gracie Herring is an equine infrared imaging consultant with Vet-IR, horse lover and photographer. She shares with us the history of thermography, it's uses and applications and its importance as a tool in veterinarian diagnosis for a wide range of issues concerning performance horses.

MeatRx
Visceral Fat Vs Your Health

MeatRx

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 60:16 Very Popular


Dr. Sean O'Mara grew up in Fairfax County, VA. After graduating from high school he attended a community college to study law enforcement and worked as a Police Officer and worked undercover in both narcotics and organized crime. He graduated High Honors from Penn State in 1985. He went onto attend and graduated from Villanova University School of Law in 1989.  He practiced for three years as a criminal prosecutor in Philadelphia. He trained as an Emergency Medicine physician during his time in the US Army Medical Corps. While on Active Duty as an Army physician he was selected to provide medical support to President Clinton and Vice President Cheney, three Secretaries of State, other senior government officials,. In 2004, he was recognized as the outstanding physician of the year among all medical specialties throughout the entire U.S. Army and was the first and only Emergency Medicine Physician to have received this award.  In 2006 Dr. O'Mara founded Guardian 24/7 an innovative medical company providing elite concierge medical care and service to ultra-high net worth individuals and royalty. It was during his six years in Guardian developing this reactive advanced medical capability that Dr. OMara began to realize the tremendous advantages to preventive medicine not understood by the vast majority of people including his ultra-wealthy clients. Dr. OMara began to research, explore and innovate techniques for both preventing and reversing disease.  In 2016 he was awarded a $1.2m grant for the National Science Foundation for research on Reversing Chronic Disease using innovative Biomarkers such as Visceral & Pericardial Fat. Today Dr. OMara is the only physician in the world practicing Health & Performance Optimization. He works with individuals and corporations motivated to improve outcome through innovative and effective techniques for biological enhancement. He especially enjoys working with exceptionally motivated individuals such as business executives, professional performers and athletes whose livelihood is predicated upon performance.. Dr. OMara resides in Minneapolis MN with his five children, Keilin, Reilly, Sean, Aidan, Liam and wife of 24 years Julie OMara and presently serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Minnesota Army National Guard. You can find Dr. O'Mara at https://drseanomara.com/ Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 04:12 Why do we have visceral fat? 05:43 Facial features  09:56 Diet, lifestyle, and visceral fat 15:06 Brown fat, beige fat 19:10 Visceral fat and stress 23:44 Chronic disease and fat 26:59 Sprinting over jogging or walking 30:35 Frequency and dosing 35:42 Protein vs fat 38:43 Women hunters 40:54 Eggs, dairy on the carnivore diet 45:44 Fasting and exercise 49:26 Circadian biology 54:35 Infrared light, infrared sauna 57:24 Becoming the best biological version of yourself See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . ‪#revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation   #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach  #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree  ‪

The Life Stylist
Let There Be Light: How To Illuminate Consciousness & Biology w/ Matt Maruca #419

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 108:05 Very Popular


What if one could just be in their own presence – and not base their value on what's being produced or accomplished? My guest today is Matt Maruca, founder of the eyewear brand, Ra Optics, and just an overall energy beam of a person. We ponder this question, and so many more, in this deeply introspective and intellectually adventurous episode. We dissect decision making, the process of prioritizing who and what is important, and why; the ultimate work/life balance and the pitfalls of hustle culture; and bounce back and forth on an overarching theme of breaking through to the upper limit – The 21st Floor, for the purpose of this conversation – and how we might stay there. Matt's informed perspective and ability to question himself and the world around him, especially at such a young age (22!), is really impressive. I'm excited to present this, his second appearance on the podcast, as his relative youth has meant continued, rapid, and insanely thoughtful development in his worldview. It's energizing and inspiring to see his ascension, even since the last time we spoke. He also walks us through some of the ups and downs he's faced while scaling his company, which he's graciously offered a discount for. Listeners of the show can visit lukestorey.com/raoptics and use code LUKE for 10% off.   00:05:26 — Matt's Health & Spiritual Journeys  Recapping Matt's health issues as a teen Going all in on diet: the Paleo phase Comments on the carnivore diet Being inspired by Dr. Jack Kruse's work in bioelectromagnetism The Body Electric by Dr. Robert O. Becker Be Here Now by Ram Dass  Diving into the work of Joe Dispensa  Moving into the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda Recognizing our natural ability to heal   00:33:25 — The Power of Understanding Self The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks Our Greatest Fear by Marianne Williamson Why we can't “just be ok”  How entrepreneurship impacted his mindset Evolving past old versions of yourself  Seeing value in who are are, not in what we do Matter-to-matter vs. energy-to-matter   01:11:10 — Limited Identification  Sadhguru on the Aubrey Marcus Podcast Letting love come through by letting everything else die Doing the work of a true light warrior  Gandhi absorbing and wielding the power  Addiction to the way things are While craving the unknown  Surrender Experiment by Michael A. Singer   01:31:07 — Getting Shit Done as a Nomad Being attached to material things  Packing and unpacking – emotionally, mentally, spiritually The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss Having an energetic anchor  Luke's being the first purchase for Ra Optics Use code LUKE for 10% off   More about this episode. Watch on YouTube.   THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: LEELA QUANTUM TECH. Improves your health, fitness levels, and mindset. Their products harmonize harmful frequencies like 4G,5G, microwaves, and WIFI and give your body, home environment, and even your pets a huge quantum upgrade. Go to leelaq.com and use the code “LUKE10” for 10% off their product line. AND... HIGHER DOSE. Experience the powerful benefits of infrared with HigherDOSE's portable Infrared Sauna Blanket, and feel the difference after just one session. Infrared increases blood flow for faster recovery, better sleep, and a calmer central nervous system. Plus, it naturally releases a DOSE of happy chemicals in the brain leaving you feeling euphoric! Get your own Infrared Sauna Blanket or PEMF Mat at higherdose.com today with the code: LUKE15 at check out to save 15% off. AND… JUST THRIVE. For exceptional gut and immune health in the new year and beyond, there's nothing like Just Thrive. Get 15% off on everything Just Thrive carries when you go to justthrivehealth.com and use code LUKE15 at checkout. AND… BIOME BREAKTHROUGH. Have you ever wondered why some people get really sick while others have only mild cases? The severity of your illness could be affected by your gut health. Biome Breakthrough is the ONLY formula that can repair compromised gut lining, help it rebuild with the right probiotics and prebiotics, and activate the four critical pathways to super immunity. You can use the code “luke10” for 10% off at www.bioptimizers.com/luke.   Resources Ra Optics: use code LUKE for 10% off Instagram: @thelightdiet LinkedIn: Matt Maruca Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Episodes Extreme Biohacking: Millennial Edition with Matt Maruca #137 The 5g EMF Apocalypse & Why Health Food Won't Save You w/  Dr. Jack Kruse #191 The Heart/Mind Connection & Supernatural Healing With Dr. Joe Dispenza #259

Pushing The Limits
The Healing Benefits of Photobiomodulation with Peter Adams

Pushing The Limits

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 43:04


The human brain has various states which alter our mood, cognitive function, and even physical health. Being in the right state at the right time may dramatically bolster our bodies against diseases such as Alzheimer's and neurodegeneration or optimise our brain functioning. Photobiomodulation (PBM) is a field of study dealing with light and its physical effects or interactions with the body. Vielight's products, which utilise PBM technology, may help address neurodegeneration and a variety of other health concerns. In this episode, Peter Adams, Vice President of Business Development at Vielight, talks about the science and mechanisms of action behind photobiomodulation's health benefits. He also discusses Vielight's products and their therapeutic effects in fighting off neurodegeneration. If you want to learn about photobiomodulation's positive health effects, this episode is for you! Here are three reasons why you should listen to this episode: Understand the benefits of photobiomodulation on brain injuries and other health concerns. Learn PBM's mechanisms of action and the science behind how it works. Discover Vielight's PBM products. Get Customised Guidance for Your Genetic Make-Up For our epigenetics health programme, all about optimising your fitness, lifestyle, nutrition and mind performance to your particular genes, go to  https://www.peakwellness.co.nz/epigenetics. Customised Online Coaching for Runners CUSTOMISED RUN COACHING PLANS — How to Run Faster, Be Stronger, Run Longer  Without Burnout & Injuries Have you struggled to fit in training in your busy life? Maybe you don't know where to start, or perhaps you have done a few races but keep having motivation or injury troubles? Do you want to beat last year's time or finish at the front of the pack? Want to run your first 5 km or run a 100-miler? ​​Do you want a holistic programme that is personalised & customised to your ability, goals, and lifestyle?  Go to www.runninghotcoaching.com for our online run training coaching. Health Optimisation and Life Coaching Are you struggling with a health issue and need people who look outside the square and are connected to some of the world's greatest science and health minds? Then reach out to us through support@lisatamati.com, and we can jump on a call to see if we are a good fit for you. If you have a big challenge ahead, are dealing with adversity or want to take your performance to the next level and want to learn how to increase your mental toughness, emotional resilience, foundational health, and more, contact us at support@lisatamati.com. Order My Books My latest book Relentless chronicles the inspiring journey of how my mother and I defied the odds after an aneurysm left my mum Isobel with massive brain damage at age 74. The medical professionals told me there was absolutely no hope of any quality of life again. Still, I used every mindset tool, years of research and incredible tenacity to prove them wrong and bring my mother back to full health within three years. Get your copy here: https://shop.lisatamati.com/collections/books/products/relentless. For my other two best-selling books Running Hot and Running to Extremes, chronicling my ultrarunning adventures and expeditions worldwide, go to https://shop.lisatamati.com/collections/books. Lisa's Anti-Ageing and Longevity Supplements  NMN: Nicotinamide Mononucleotide, an NAD+ precursor Feel Healthier and Younger* Researchers have found that Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide or NAD+, a master regulator of metabolism and a molecule essential for the functionality of all human cells, is being dramatically decreased over time. What is NMN? NMN Bio offers a cutting-edge Vitamin B3 derivative named NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) that can boost the levels of NAD+ in muscle tissue and the liver. Take charge of your energy levels, focus, metabolism and overall health to live a happy, fulfilling life. Founded by scientists, NMN Bio offers supplements of the highest purity, which are rigorously tested by an independent, third-party lab. Start your cellular rejuvenation journey today. Support Your Healthy Ageing We offer powerful third-party tested NAD+ boosting supplements so you can start your healthy ageing journey today. Shop now: https://nmnbio.nz/collections/all NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 250mg | 30 capsules NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 500mg | 30 capsules 6 Bottles | NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 250mg | 30 Capsules 6 Bottles | NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 500mg | 30 Capsules Quality You Can Trust — NMN Our premium range of anti-ageing nutraceuticals (supplements that combine Mother Nature with cutting-edge science) combats the effects of aging while designed to boost NAD+ levels. Manufactured in an ISO9001 certified facility Boost Your NAD+ Levels — Healthy Ageing: Redefined Cellular Health Energy & Focus Bone Density Skin Elasticity DNA Repair Cardiovascular Health Brain Health  Metabolic Health My  ‘Fierce' Sports Jewellery Collection For my gorgeous and inspiring sports jewellery collection, 'Fierce', go to https://shop.lisatamati.com/collections/lisa-tamati-bespoke-jewellery-collection. Episode Highlights [03:08] What Is Photobiomodulation? Photobiomodulation or PBM utilises the way light physically affects the human body instead of light's effects on our cognitive and mental faculties. Light wavelengths of 600 to 1100 nanometers (nm) have therapeutic purposes. Blue or ultraviolet light is an excellent disinfectant but can't penetrate deeply due to its shorter wavelength.  At the red end of the colour spectrum, infrared light may overheat heat or burn cells. There's a sweet spot near the red end that has a nice combination of penetration but without the negative cellular effect.   [05:21] How Light Gets into the Body One way to get light into the body is intranasally. There's a profusion of blood cells very close to the surface in the sinuses, so it's a good place to penetrate the blood. Dr Lew Lim, founder and CEO of Vielight, discovered the non-invasive intranasal method.  Another path is transcranial using diodes. Vielight's goal has always been to develop and design low-power rechargeable devices that are easy and safe to use at home. Vielight did a study with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), proving that the whole brain is affected by light diodes.   [10:21] Neuro Alpha and Neuro Gamma Vielight's product, Neuro Alpha, pulses at 10 Hz, helping the brain resonate in the alpha wave band. Neuro Gamma, pulsing at 40 Hz, was designed mainly to address the reduction in beta-amyloid plaques, which may be associated with Alzheimer's disease.  The effect of the two products has yet to be rigorously scientifically quantified, but users have reported significant benefits. Many sports professionals and psychological trainers use Vielight's products to prepare for a match or game. After Peter was in an accident, Neuro Alpha calmed him down while he had a concussion. He used the Neuro Gamma to help alleviate brain fog while at work.   [13:32] Healing Mechanisms of PBM There is an increase in glutamate after a traumatic brain injury, which leads to neurons constantly firing and dying, so glutamate level needs to be controlled post-concussion. Vielight recently completed a study on forty retired athletes with repetitive head injuries at the University of Utah. Pre- and post-fMRIs showed increased blood flow in the brain. One of the key mechanisms of PBM delivered intranasally is a change in the viscosity, which increases microcirculation. PBM also increases nitric oxide and leads to a reduced oxygen species effect.  PBM increases adenosine triphosphate (ATP) levels — a good indicator of immune function. The Cytochrome c oxidase leads to increased oxygen at the ATP synthase, which increases ATP production. [35:30] 633 Red, 655 Prime, 810 Infrared and Neuro Pro Vielight's 633 red uses a light-emitting diode (LED), while 655 Prime is a red laser diode with more power and penetration. Both products bioinfuse the blood. 810 Infrared is near the infrared band, and its diode produces a red glow. Near-infrared diodes can go into the deep brain.  Neuro Pro uses six diodes and an intranasal. Users control each diode with an app, where they can change the power, pulse frequency, and phase. The device can go from 0 Hz up to 10 kilohertz.  Vielight's products can help address neurodegeneration, which can come from repeated brain injuries usually experienced by athletes. [35:30] X-Plus and Neuro Vielight's X-plus has an intranasal and applicator. Users can use it with Neuro devices to reach the back of the head or other body parts.  Recently Vielight completed a clinical trial with COVID-positive patients, wherein X-Plus was used to stimulate the immune system of the thymus.  X-Plus can also be used to repair wounds from injuries in the bones and muscles. Vielight's Neuro uses four diodes, covering the default mode network of the brain.  7 Powerful Quotes “One of the key mechanisms of photobiomodulation, especially directly into the blood through the nose, is a change in the viscosity, increasing the microcirculation, and also an increase in nitric oxide, which is another great healer as well. And, of course, then there's the reduced oxygen species effect, so inflammation gets affected too. So there's a whole bunch of effects that seem to be happening in parallel.” “I think there's hope for Alzheimer's. I just saw another study with autism come out of Italy using neuro as well, which looks really promising.” “I always caution people to think that photobiomodulation is the answer to Alzheimer's. I think even if you look at, for example, antipsychotic drugs, anticonvulsant drugs, all of them, you're not gonna say that one is going to fix everything, and the chances of one fixing anything is less than 30%. [It's] the hit rate.” “It's my belief that underlying conditions that cause plaque in the brain could come from a myriad of sources, and I think it depends on your own individual profile, or physiological profile and chemical pathogenic profile.” “I think a lot of us have now over-excited brains from brain injuries, from toxins in the environment, from the wrong foods and inflammation, and all of the things that sort of happen. Trying to come down and get it in the right zone at the right time is definitely very, very important.” “...The gamma brainwave state of sleep, when you enter that state, that's the key detox part of the brain at night. And so, there is definitely something there to be sought, I think. If you can do it in meditation during the daytime, I think that's even better.” “There's always another quest to research, and it's really patient-reported outcomes that give us great spirit.” Resources Listen to the podcast episode: Photobiomodulation - What it is and how it helps. With Dr Lew Lim  Gain exclusive access and bonuses to Pushing the Limits Podcast by becoming a patron!  Pulsed Near-Infrared Transcranial and Intranasal Photobiomodulation Significantly Modulates Neural Oscillations: a pilot exploratory study. Find all the Vielight's products discussed in this episode on their website. Vielight's Research & Clinical Trials Study on the effects of the Vielight Neuro Gamma on individuals with sports-related traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) Connect with Peter Adams: Apollo About Peter Peter Adams is the Vice President of Business Development at Vielight. He has worked in executive, consulting and management positions internationally and in Canada, in large corporations and startups, including Fortune 500 companies. His current focus is on early-market development for Vielight Inc. Learn more about Vielight's products on their website.  Get to know Peter's professional experience on Apollo. Enjoyed This Podcast? If you did, be sure to subscribe and share it with your friends! Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning in, then leave us a review. You can also share this with your family and friends so they can learn about the benefits of photobiomodulation (PBM).  Have any questions? You can contact me through email (support@lisatamati.com) or find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. For more episode updates, visit my website. You may also tune in on Apple Podcasts. To pushing the limits, Lisa

The ZecoHealth Show
Just Be Whole with Health Coach Sylvia Tarchalska

The ZecoHealth Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 46:28


In today's episode, I sit with Health Coach Sylvia Tarchalska to discuss hacks to improve hormone functions, sleep & more! Click on the show-notes below to learn more about Sylvia & her work @ https://zecohealth.com/justbewhole/ Click below to access The Zeco Recommdation Page for products I recommend for fitness, health & fatloss @ https://zecohealth.com/recommendations/

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

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 68:02


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