Element or chemical compound that is normally crystalline, formed as a result of geological processes
In this illuminating interview, we sit down with Mike Cox, a seasoned expert with over thirty years of experience in the topsy-turvy world of the metals processing industry. Currently serving as the Chief Operating Officer at Westwin Elements, Inc., a vanguard of America's mineral independence crusade, based in Oklahoma. Mike sheds light on his journey and imparts valuable wisdom on how to boost employee engagement, the intricate relationship between mineral resources and technology, and the path to operational excellence. This discussion becomes essential for those engaged in industries reliant on mining and metal processing, business leaders looking for inspiration, and enthusiasts who wish to understand the journey of resources from mines to the palm of their hands, in the form of gadgets like an iPhone. Listening to Mike Cox, you get to gain from his wealth of knowledge and practical solutions amassed over three decades.Here's why you should listen to the full interview:Learn how to transform mineral-rich land into a potential game-changer for the tech industry.Discover the significance of operational efficiency in the mining sector and how it translates into substantial cumulative benefits.Understand the cohesive culture at Westwin Elements and their focus on problem-solving skills and eliminating the toxic 'blame culture.'ResourcesWestwin Elements, Inc.Mike Cox's LinkedInFor more Informative Interviews Click HereInterview Highlights:From Land to Tech: The Journey of Mineral DepositsOwning land with mineral deposits can become a game-changer in the tech sector.Navigating the capital-intensive nature of building mines.Mike shares how Westwin Elements has overcome down cycles in profit."How does someone owning land that they think has mineral deposits on it turn into an iPhone? It's all about seizing opportunity."Nickel's Many Faces: Understanding Application Across IndustriesNickel's wide range of applications discussed.The process of refining impure nickel into a saleable form.Operational efficiency and its importance in the mining process."Nickel's got a whole range of applications across various industrial sectors. And there's more than just one way to refine an impure form of nickel into a saleable one. Operational efficiency is crucial."Building A Cohesive Culture: Fostering Accountability and Problem-solvingThe significance of a constructive work environment rather than a blame culture.Spotlight on developing problem-solving skills at Westwin Elements."It's easy to work in an environment where there's a blame culture. To have a culture whereby default we're looking for scapegoats is toxic."Achieving Operational Excellence: The Role of Leader Standard Work The importance of leader standard work in reaching operational excellence.Willingness towards regular management schedule improvements.Working towards a net-zero emission goal."Leader standard work is really important. We ensured that we built into management schedules. Focus on the process and optimizing the process. Emissions net-zero is what we miners should aim for." Support the show
MALAM SERAM The Horror Talkshow - Ditaja TeamMirzaFai TeamMirzaFai berada di Singapore Expo 1-3 Dec 2023 jumpa mereka di booth J17 untuk bergambar di booth bertemakan Malam Seram dan dapatkan merchandise Malam Seram, tote bag, EZ Link card ($5 credit), Landyard, Mineral water, Mug dan Pelekat Malam Seram (stickers) serta kalender magnet 2024 dengan harga $40 sahaja.TeamMirzaFai pemenang TOP 1 Agent Hartanah sebanyak 9 kali (The Pegasus Awards). Dengan kepakaran serta pengalaman memguruskan hartanah HDB, Condo serta Landed property Mirza Subari, Fai Muni, Leha Ramli, Elfi Muni dan Amir Amzar akan memudahkan lagi proses jual beli hartanah anda. PEMILIK RUMAH BTO anda kemungkinan mempunyai harta yang lumayan hubungi TeamMirzaFai untuk ketahui berapa keuntungan menjual rumah anda. Tiada paksaan untuk membuat keputusan dan tiada bayaran untuk sebarang pertanyaan.Hubungi sekarang melalui whatsapp atau panggilan telifon 83832145, 83338555. Urusan jual beli hartanah anda menjadi mudah dan sempurna dengan TeamMirzaFai
This month, Tim and Tyler talk with Ariel about her latest Topsoil edition - "Farming is a team sport - A framework for roles on the farm." Ariel Patton is the creator of Topsoil, a newsletter bringing you monthly frameworks to help make sense of agriculture, at just the right depth. Ariel has focused her career on driving digital transformation of agriculture to help farmers manage their businesses more profitably and sustainably at Monsanto, Granular, Corteva and currently, Mineral. Links: Join the Co-op Subscribe to Topsoil Sponsor: This episode is presented by Local Line. Learn more HERE. Check out our interview with Cole.
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On this episode of Our American Stories, Joe Manns tells the story of Big Brutus, an absolutely massive piece of mining equipment in West Mineral, Kansas. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, I am breaking down important minerals to prioritize for children and answering questions I got from this community on specific scenarios like what to do when a child is dairy free, important considerations for eczema, and so much more! If you'd like access to the bonus episode that shares more resources and specifics on hair testing and kids, you can join me on patreon.com/hormonehealingrd.As always, everything shared in this episode is for informational purposes only. I encourage you to do your own research and talk with your healthcare provider to figure out what's best for you. This episode covers:Mineral rich nutrition for babies, toddlers, and kids Minerals and gut health and kids Probiotics or fermented foods for supplements HTMA and stool testing with babies, toddlers, and kids Minerals 101 Guide: https://hormonehealingrd.com/opt-in/mineral-101-freebie-pc/Connect with Me: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hormonehealingrd Free Thyroid Training: https://hormonehealingrd.ck.page/bc89ec6723 Feminine Periodical (monthly newsletter): https://hormonehealingrd.ck.page/d0317056cd Master Your Minerals course: https://www.hormonehealingrd.com/master-your-minerals-course
Capuns, Maluns und Pizokel: Das Bündner Kulturgut soll mehr Touristinnen und Touristen in den Kanton holen. Rückerstattung der Mineralölsteuer: Den Bündner Bergbahnen droht die Streichung von über drei Millionen Franken. Unihockey WM in Singapur: Mit dabi im letzten Training der beiden Bündner Spielerinnen. Doppelrunde für den HCD: Am Freitag spielen die Davoser gegen Zug, am Samstag gegen Kloten.
Alpine Solaranlage geplant: Bei Glarus Süd will die Axpo eine Solaranlage bauen, die 3000 Haushalten versorgen könnte. Fachgremium will keine Kinderintensivstation mehr in Graubünden: Gesundheitsdirektor Peter Peyer nimmt dazu Stellung. Keine Rückerstattung der Mineralölsteuer: Was es in der Landwirtschaft für klimaneutralere Alternativen zu Diesel und Benzin gibt. Jubiläum für die technische Beschneiung in Europa: Genau vor 45 Jahren wurde in Savognin erstmals ein Skigebiet künstlich beschneit.
Folgende Themen haben die Region am Mittwoch, 22. November, bewegt: Rückerstattung der Mineralölsteuer steht auf der Kippe: Die Bündner Landwirtinnen und Landwirte müssten gemäss dem kantonalen Bauernverband auf einige Franken verzichten. Sechs Bündner Gemeinden starten mit E-Voting: Kanzleidirektor Daniel Spadin erklärt, wie das E-Voting ablaufen wird und ob es auch in weiteren Gemeinden eingeführt wird. Nach sieben Monaten Umbau wieder das volle Einkaufserlebnis: Ein Rundgang durch die neue Migros Gäuggeli in Chur. Inmitten von Kindern und Fussballfans: Unser Reporter hat sich unter die Spielerinnen und Zuschauer am Grümpel-Turnier in Sargans gemischt.
Depression falls into five main categories based on the neurotransmitters involved, says nutritional medicine expert, Dr. William J. Walsh. His research shows that depression significantly improves for 80 to 85 percent of people through targeting their specific neurotransmitter problem with the right nutrients. This is to be expected given that nutrients, like amino acids, vitamins, and minerals are raw materials for making neurotransmitters. Dr. Walsh joins Vitals Signs with Brendon Fallon to reveal how depression and other mental illnesses can be treated using targeted nutrient therapy. For example, in testing 800 cases of postpartum depression, an elevated copper level was identified as the major problem, he says. “We have four genes in our DNA that have the job of regulating copper. They're called metallothionein genes, and we now have treatments that can increase expression of metallothionein,” he says. Dr. Walsh is an internationally recognized expert in nutritional medicine. More than 1,200 physicians and medical practitioners have now been trained in his targeted, nutrient therapy approach. Alongside environmental factors, how can our DNA incline us toward depression? What major nutritional oversight could be driving the elevated levels of depression that we now see in America? From its neuro-biochemical to nutritional aspects, we explore Dr. Walsh's breakthrough method for understanding and treating depression on Vital Signs with Brendon Fallon. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Low toxic living with busy mum of 3, Sarah - also known as Lox Toxin Rabbit. Sarah's journey of removing toxins has transformed her being tired, heavily medicated and frequently sick to being completely healthy with freedom from all medication. In this episode, we unpack: Sarah's thyroid and health journey and how heavy metals played a role Testing & detoxing heavy metals from our environment Avoiding processed foods & how to choose organic foods Cleaning products Cosmetics and skincare = breast cancer, caused by the products you are using Cooking products - cast iron = iron and stainless steel = nickel Use different materials so no heavy exposure Water filter - house old filter on, water filter for bench top Microns of the filter and size of the element you need to remove - micros are small enough Plastics - are they damaging Biggest tips and tricks / where to start Pregnancy and Pregnancy depletion See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Macy brings a mouthful to us this week, Stichtite in Serpentine, and it asks us to be TRUE TO OURSELVES. Charlye gets punny with another crystal in this dual crystal episode, albite. **Also, Charlye was in a hotel during this week's recording, so her audio is a bit less crisp than normal!Our Sponsors:Sister Yarrow - Sisteryarrow.comWITCHBITCH15 until Jan 1!Ritual + Recovery Retreat in Sedonawww.shopspellbinding.com/retreatSimply CaptivatingCheck it out on Patreon.com/wbahpodcast on Thursdayswbahpodcast.com_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_Want to help support the Podcast? Consider becoming a Patron or OnlyFan!www.patreon.com/wbahpodcastonlyfans.com/wbahpodcastContact Us (Come Eat With Us)Instagram @WitchBitchAmateurHourTwitter @BitchHourFacebook @WitchAmateurHourOnlyfans.email@example.comHandwritten letters are actual magic!PO Box 865Canton, Tx75103_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-Come Do Yoga With Macy:patreon.com/macyaniseyogaPlay The Sims With Charlyetwitch.tv/charlye_withawhyTwitter @charlyewithawhyOur Video EditorEldrich Kitchenm.youtube.com/channel/UC_CwBrVMhqezVz_fog716Ow_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-Support the showWe are not doctors, lawyers, or professionals. We are amateurs, and nothing we say should be taken as advice, instruction, or seriously. Any action taken based on what we say or imply can and will lead to illness, existential crisis, injury, your pets no longer loving you, and death. We make no promise or guarantee, expressed or implied, and assume no legal liability or responsibility for any injuries resulting from the use of information contained within our media.Support the showWe are not doctors, lawyers, or professionals. We are amateurs, and nothing we say should be taken as advice, instruction, or seriously. Any action taken based on what we say or imply can and will lead to illness, existential crisis, injury, your pets no longer loving you, and death. We make no promise or guarantee, expressed or implied, and assume no legal liability or responsibility for any injuries resulting from the use of information contained within our media.
In this episode, we chat to Sonia Scarselli, VP of BHP Metal Exploration and BHP Xplor, which is a global accelerator program targeting innovative, early-stage mineral exploration companies to find the critical resources necessary to drive the energy transition. Sonia is a highly experienced geologist having worked in both the oil and gas and mining industries and has been with BHP for over a decade and talks to us about the global exploration market, BHP Xplor program, and BHP's exploration focus plus a lot more around the junior mining space in these difficult times. Sonia is going to be attending Europe's largest mining event, Resourcing Tomorrow, (Formerly known as Mines and Money London,) which is taking place in London on the 28-30 November, a great platform for the entire mining value chain, fostering learning, lively debates, and providing valuable networking opportunities. Register NOW by going to www.resourcingtomorrow.com/register to receive a discount on tickets using the code DIGDEEP10. KEY TAKEAWAYS The BHP Xplor program is an accelerator program targeting innovative early-stage mineral exploration companies to find critical resources for the energy transition. The future of mineral exploration is influenced by the electrification and energy transition, which increases the demand for mineral resources, especially critical minerals like copper and nickel. Partnerships and collaborations are crucial in the exploration industry, both with peers and junior mining companies, to unlock larger regions of potential and accelerate resource discovery. The BHP Xplor program provides selected companies with mentorship, technical guidance, and support in areas such as business, finance, operations, HSE, stakeholder engagement, and vendor connections. BEST MOMENTS "We need at least three times the amount of copper that we're using today by 2030." "We want them to come out of the program with the best chance to raise the capital they need." "There is a need for partnership and collaboration with large enterprises like ourselves, with some of our peers." "We have been learning a lot from that space, especially on running the business in a more agile and nimble way." VALUABLE RESOURCES https://www.linkedin.com/company/bhp/ https://www.instagram.com/inside_bhp/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/sonia-scarselli-vp/ Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rob-tyson-3a26a68/ X: https://twitter.com/MiningRobTyson YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DigDeepTheMiningPodcast Web: http://www.mining-international.org ABOUT THE HOST Rob Tyson is the Founder and Director of Mining International Ltd, a leading global recruitment and headhunting consultancy based in the UK specialising in all areas of mining across the globe from first-world to third-world countries from Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia. We source, headhunt, and discover new and top talent through a targeted approach and search methodology and have a proven track record in sourcing and positioning exceptional candidates into our clients' organisations in any mining discipline or level. Mining International provides a transparent, informative, and trusted consultancy service to our candidates and clients to help them develop their careers and business goals and objectives in this ever-changing marketplace. CONTACT METHOD email@example.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/rob-tyson-3a26a68/ Podcast Description Rob Tyson is an established recruiter in the mining and quarrying sector and decided to produce the “Dig Deep” The Mining Podcast to provide valuable and informative content around the mining industry. He has a passion and desire to promote the industry and the podcast aims to offer the mining community an insight into people's experiences and careers covering any mining discipline, giving the listeners helpful advice and guidance on industry topicsThis show was brought to you by Progressive Media
We discuss the topic of stress a lot on this show for good reason. This is a large issue in our modern society and one that impacts our physical goals along with reaching our potential physically, mentally, and/or emotionally. I wanted to discuss the role of stress and how cortisol impacts micronutrient status, what specific micronutrients to be aware of in this area, and more. Topics include: - Stress and Micro Nutrition - Overview of Today's Show - Please Share, Rate, and Review - Stress and Micronutrient Depletion - Magnesium - Zinc - Stress and Gut Issues - Quality Multivitamin Approach - Vegan Example and Considerations - My New Book Metabolism Made Simple - FNMS Program ---------- [Free] RSVP for My Stress Essentials Workshop: https://sammillerscience.typeform.com/stress ---------- Grab a Copy of My New Book - Metabolism Made Simple ---------- My Live Program for Coaches: The Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Specialization www.metabolismschool.com ---------- Stay Connected Blogs and Coaching Resources: www.Sammillerscience.com Instagram: @sammillerscience Facebook: The Nutrition Coaching Collaborative Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritioncoachingcollaborative TikTok: @sammillerscience - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdPVQtMH/ ---------- “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast."
Question: How useful is hair trace mineral analysis (HTMA) for nutritional testing? Short Answer: Hair trace mineral analysis is included as an optional add-on in the comprehensive nutritional screening from Testing Nutritional Status: The Ultimate Cheat Sheet, because it can capture data for some ultra-trace minerals for which there are no better-validated tests, and it might capture a pattern that might not be picked up as quickly with blood work, such as a mineral transport issue. However, its utility is limited by the fact that hair mineral content is not well validated as a test for any specific mineral, is generally anti-validated when there is enough science on a mineral (such as zinc, where hair zinc does not go down in deficiency), and should not be used as a central piece of data without corroboration from other more well-validated tests, which exist for most of the nutrients. This is a clip from a live Q&A session open to CMJ Masterpass members. In addition to this episode, you can access two other free samples using this link: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/questions-on-hair-trace-mineral-analysis In that batch of free episodes you will also find the answer to this question: What's the Deal With Seed Oils? Is Whole Food Vitamin C Really Different? If you want to become a Masterpass member so you can participate in the next live Q&A, or so you can have access to the complete recording and transcript of each Q&A session, you can save 10% off the subscription price for as long as you remain a member by using this link to sign up: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/qanda Learn more about the Masterpass here: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/about This snippet is from the June 16, 2023 AMA. The full recording and transcript is reserved for Masterpass members. Here is a preview of what's included: Butyrate for Hashimoto's? What else? What in the comprehensive nutritional screening is helping to interpret lactate/pyruvate and ketone ratios? Is the solution to a respiratory chain disorder to take Niagen? If I have high manganese on an HTMA, do I need to detox? Should CFS patients target reducing their serum BH4? What to do about low alkaline phosphatase? If my glucose spikes above 140, should I eat fiber and take ACV before the meal, eat cinnamon with the meal, chew slowly, and move for ten minutes after my meals? Difficulty getting Quest to do the lactate/pyruvate ratio correctly. Is 38 milligrams of niacinamide enough to rule out niacin deficiency as a cause of low NAD+? How does optimizing body composition help optimize energy metabolism? Can impaired energy metabolism make someone fatter? Is monounsaturated fat the best fat? Manganese followup. Do you need to stop taking biotin before a biotin test? What in "a bunch of supplements" flip the lactate/pyruvate ratio from high to low? NAD infusions, yay or nay? Why do I feel better after a warm shower, even better than after sunshine? Should I cut back on vitamin A if I have toxicity symptoms but cutting back makes me get sick? Do home blood drop tests have to be pricked at the finger? Is it true that my boyfriend was just born a night owl? How much eating out is too much? When measuring ketones, lactate, and glucose at home to optimize energy metabolism, what time of day should we take the measurements? Here's a link to the full AMA: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/recording-and-transcript-of-the-june-a55
Matthew Coffman is an advanced Kambo practitioner, podcaster and lifestyle coach. Find him here: IntegrativeThoughts Sign up for What's Up Wednesday Newsletter HERE - https://seanmccormick.com/ EPISODE SPONSORS - Amino Co Get 30% off here: http://aminoco.com/OPP use code OPP Primal Health Coach Institute - Get 25% off your Health Coach Certification HERE with code OPTIMAL25 In this episode we cover: •What the science says about toad venom •Kambo improves digestion •Purged bile analysis shows candida, yeast, parasites •Connection between psychedelics and heavy metals
How did Tecent and JD.com manage to log robust revenue growth? What does it suggest about the health of China's economy? And why did analysts cut targets on Sea? Michelle Martin finds out with Willie Keng, Founder, Dividend Titan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Age-related macular degeneration is a progressive and sight-threatening disease affecting the central area of the retina at the back of the eye. There are Cochrane Reviews of the use of antioxidant vitamin and mineral supplements to prevent or slow down progression of the disease and the latter was updated in September 2023. Here's lead author, Jenny Evans from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in the UK to tell us about the latest evidence.
The Space News Podcast. SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 135 *Mineral salts and organic compounds discovered on Ganymede NASA's Juno spacecraft has discovered mineral salts and organic compounds bubbling to the surface of Jupiter's largest moon Ganymede. *New space deal reached between Australia and the United States The United States and Australia have signed a bilateral technology Safeguards agreement providing the legal framework for American commercial space vehicles to launch from Australian soil. *New Russian space station to fly in four years Russian President Vladimir Putin says the first segment of the Kremlin's new space station should now be in orbit by 2027. *November Skywatch The constellation of the winged horse Pegasus, the giant galaxy M31-Andromeda barrelling towards us, and three meteor showers in one month are among the highlights of the November night skies on SkyWatch… Listen to SpaceTime on your favorite podcast app with our universal listen link: https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com/listen and access show links via https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ Additionally, listeners can support the podcast and gain access to bonus content by becoming a SpaceTime crew member through www.bitesz.supercast.com or through premium versions on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Details on our website at https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com For more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ If you love this podcast, please get someone else to listen to. Thank you… For more podcasts visit our HQ at https://bitesz.com Your support is needed... **Support SpaceTime with Stuart Gary: Be Part of Our Cosmic Journey!** SpaceTime is fueled by passion, not big corporations or grants. We're on a mission to become 100% listener-supported, allowing us to focus solely on bringing you riveting space stories without the interruption of ads.
In our latest podcast, Ken Rundle talks to Dr Paul O'Hora, Yara's Senior OMF Project Portfolio Manager, alongside Dr Emma Burak, Yara's Sustainable Fertiliser Manager about Organo-mineral fertiliser (OMF) and the work Yara is doing to help create a Nature Positive Food Future.
Show Summary: “A healthy thyroid boosts metabolism, energy, and weight management, while a sluggish thyroid leads to low energy, weight gain, and inflammation.”Are you aware of how your thyroid might be impacting your overall health?Wondering what causes Hashimoto's thyroiditis and Graves' disease?Is there a gentle way to calm your stress without overwhelming your body?Can thyroid damage be reversed and autoimmune conditions effectively managed? If any of these questions pique your interest, this episode is for you!In this episode, I'm joined by Jared Price, Head Nurse Practitioner at ProvoHealth, who will help shed light on the mysteries of thyroid health. Discover the factors that contribute to dysfunction in the body, including the impact of adrenal and sex hormones, and learn specific tests to monitor your thyroid health.Don't miss out on this eye-opening discussion as we delve into the fascinating world of thyroid disorders and explore ways to achieve optimal thyroid function. Tune into Episode 89 of the Gutsy Health Podcast today!Show Highlights: 07:29 - Episode Start 08:15 - Discover Juanique's personal experience with Graves disease after giving birth to her first child17:33 - Dive into the thyroid's multifaceted role in health, touching on gut issues and metabolic processes 18:39 - Identify the three key players in optimal mitochondrial function - thyroid, sex hormones, and adrenals21:03 - Explore the adrenal cortex's role in cortisol production and the significance of minerals 30:58 - Unravel the ties between Addison's disease, adrenal insufficiency, kidney communication, and thyroid function33:00 - Understand why TSH isn't the ultimate thyroid health indicator and discover optimal ranges for TSH, total T4, and free T438:40 - Examine the importance of reverse T3 levels, their link to stress, thyroid function, adrenal insufficiency, and liver stress43:01 - Explore the underlying causes of thyroid dysfunction, emphasizing the analysis of upstream factors like diet and lifestyle43:14 - Uncover the role of hormones, especially in teenagers, and their crucial connection to maintaining youthful energy45:41 - Discover contributors to the aging of cellular health, including stress, sex hormones, inflammation, and co-infections47:51 - Analyze the link between emotional health and the immune system54:07 - Explore the impact of stress on autoimmune conditions, particularly Graves' disease58:04 - Highlight the connection between stress and the gut microbiome and its impact on overall health1:05:58 - Emphasize the importance of proper exercise for stress relief without overexertion Important Links: Gutsy Health Podcast IG - https://www.instagram.com/gutsyhealthpodcast/Gutsy Health Academy - https://www.mygutsyhealth.com/Biofilm and Mold Being a Root Cause of Disease and Infections - https://bit.ly/3rGCQWxFeel free to reach out to ProvoHealth and schedule a consultation with Jared Price by calling 801-691-1765
Uno de los satélites de Júpiter tiene una huella mineral que claramente está relacionada con la evolución química que llevó a la aparición de la vida en la tierra hace más de 4,000 millones de años. Gracias por sus comentarios, interacciones, apoyo económico y suscripción. Escuche y descargue gratuitamente en MP3 2023/11/01 Vida: Posible evidencia mineral. Gracias por su apoyo a El Explicador en: Patreon, https://www.patreon.com/elexplicador_enriqueganem PayPal, email@example.com SoundCloud, https://soundcloud.com/el-explicador Spotify, https://open.spotify.com/show/01PwWfs1wV9JrXWGQ2MrbY iTunes, https://podcasts.apple.com/mx/podcast/el-explicador-sitio-oficial/id1562019070 Amazon Music, https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f2656899-46c8-4d0b-85ef-390aaf20f366/el-explicador-sitio-oficial YouTube, https://youtube.com/c/ElExplicadorSitioOficial Twitter @enrique_ganem Lo invitamos a suscribirse a estas redes para recibir avisos de nuestras publicaciones y visitar nuestra página http://www.elexplicador.net. En el título de nuestros trabajos aparece la fecha año/mes/día de grabación, lo que facilita su consulta cronológica, ya sabe usted que el conocimiento cambia a lo largo del tiempo. Siempre leemos sus comentarios, no tenemos tiempo para reponder a cada uno personalmente pero todos son leídos y tomados en cuenta. Este es un espacio de divulgación científica en el que nos interesa informar de forma clara y amena, que le invite a Ud. a investigar sobre los temas tratados y a que Ud. forme su propia opinión. Serán borrados todos los comentarios que promuevan la desinformación, charlatanería, odio, bullying, violencia verbal o incluyan enlaces a páginas que no sean de revistas científicas arbitradas, que sean ofensivos hacia cualquier persona o promuevan alguna tendencia política o religiosa ya sea en el comentario o en la fotografía de perfil. Aclaramos que no somos apolíticos, nos reservamos el derecho de no expresar nuestra opinión política, ya que éste es un canal cuya finalidad es la divulgación científica. ¡Gracias por su preferencia!
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In this episode of the Energy Transition Talk, we explore our relationship with critical minerals. First, Paulina chats with Lauren Bridges, who researches industrial scale computing at Harvard University, and Zane Cooper, who researches digital media infrastructure and rare earth mineral extraction at the University of Pennsylvania. Lauren and Zane have also formed a research collaboration on critical minerals and e-waste. They talk about what critical materials are and why they matter for the energy transition, the relationship between the energy transition and the digital transformation, reframing energy as a dynamic process and a relationship rather than a material that we need to produce, rethinking the infrastructure design in our society and shifting energy demand, the e-waste feedback loop, and more. Justine then speaks with Prachotan Bathi, a Master's student in computer science at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, who works for a cleantech startup that identifies sustainable lithium mining sites for the EV supply chain. They discuss the importance of lithium as a critical mineral for the energy transition, the environmental footprint of lithium mining and EVs compared to gas vehicles, the ways companies are working to make lithium mining more sustainable, and the biggest challenges and opportunities of lithium mining. 01:54 Interview with Lauren Bridges and Zane Cooper 52:06 Interview with Prachotan Bathi 1:11:00 Concluding Remarks Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast so you can automatically get access to our new episodes – you can find us on Apple, Spotify, YouTube, or wherever you get your podcasts. And we would appreciate it so much if you could leave a rating and review. Special thanks to our guests for today and Abhi, our technical guru, for their important contributions to today's episode. This podcast is sponsored by the USC Ershaghi Center for Energy Transition. Referenced in this Episode and Additional Resources: Cara New Daggett, The Birth of Energy: Fossil Fuels, Thermodynamics, and the Politics of Work, https://www.dukeupress.edu/the-birth-of-energy Josh Lepawsky, Reassembling Rubbish: Worlding Electronic Waste, https://mitpress.mit.edu/9780262535335/reassembling-rubbish/ Josh Lepawsky and Max Liboiron, Discard Studies: Wasting, Systems, and Power, https://direct.mit.edu/books/oa-monograph/5337/Discard-StudiesWasting-Systems-and-Power Max Liboiron, Pollution Is Colonialism, https://www.dukeupress.edu/pollution-is-colonialism U.S. Department of Energy, Critical Minerals and Materials Program, https://www.energy.gov/cmm/critical-minerals-materials-program U.S. Department of Energy, “What are Critical Materials and Critical Minerals?”, https://www.energy.gov/cmm/what-are-critical-materials-and-critical-minerals#:~:text=DOE%20has%20determined%20the%20final,silicon%2C%20silicon%20carbide%20and%20terbium Sierra Club Working Group on Lithium Mining, “Guidance on Lithium Mining and Extraction” (Aug. 23, 2021), https://andthewest.stanford.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Lithium-Mining-Guidelines_approved_13Nov20214.pdf Disclaimer: The views, information, or opinions expressed during the Energy Transition Talk series are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of the Ershaghi Center for Energy Transition (E-CET) or the producers of this podcast.
Johannes Ortner war lange in verschiedenen Führungspositionen im Finanzsektor tätig. Er kenne die vielen guten, aber sehe auch die negativen Seiten des Bankwesens. Besonders kritisch sei die allmähliche Entkoppelung der Finanzbranche von der Realwirtschaft. Mit der Gründung der ersten österreichischen Impact Bank in Gestalt von ALIA AG soll auch hierzulande eine Trendwende eingeläutet werden, die zeigt, dass zukunftsorientierte Nachhaltigkeit und gesellschaftliches Verantwortungsbewusstsein nicht im Widerspruch zum Finanzwesen stehen müssen. Zu Gast im Café Julius bei Martha Schultz legt Johannes Ortner dar, wie weit vorangeschritten die Vorbereitungen für den operativen Start von ALIA AG sind, und erklärt seine Motivation hinter diesem bisher einzigartigen Projekt in Österreich. Lesehinweis Alicia Prager, Yara van Heugten, Remy Koens, Ties Joosten (Der Standard, 26. September 2023) Banken ermöglichen Finanzierung von Kohle- und Mineralölkonzernen – trotz Klimaversprechens https://www.derstandard.at/story/3000000188237/fossile-finanzen
The energy transition requires a lot of minerals. Lithium, copper, cobalt, nickel, and other materials that are collectively known as “critical minerals” are vital components of most clean energy technologies. According to the International Energy Agency, getting on track for net zero will mean a sixfold increase in the demand for these materials by 2040. But mineral production has a mixed history. Without proper protections, mining can have negative impacts on environmental health, labor practices, and Indigenous communities. Therefore, the prospects for a just energy transition will depend both on meeting future demand for critical minerals, and on doing so in a just and sustainable way. What does the next decade hold for the mining industry? What challenges will critical minerals pose for energy and geopolitics? And what can be done today to overcome these challenges? This week, host Jason Bordoff talks with Ernest Scheyder about critical mineral supply. Ernest is a senior correspondent for Reuters covering the green energy transition and critical minerals. He is also the author of the forthcoming book, The War Below: Lithium, Copper, and the Global Battle to Power Our Lives. The War Below details the complex choices facing our world as the energy transition accelerates. Ernie has previously covered the American shale oil revolution, politics, and the environment
A metals industry executive explores the race to develop alternative supplies of critical minerals essential to the energy transition.--- For over a century the global energy system has been dominated by fossil fuels, and governments and industry have gone to great lengths to secure reliable supplies of oil, natural gas, and coal. All along, scarcity and competition over fossil resources has been fuel for geopolitical conflict, and a root cause of energy insecurity when access to resources appears threatened or limited. Yet as the world shifts today toward clean energy technologies certain minerals like cobalt and lithium increasingly replace fossil fuels as the basis of our energy system. Accordingly, where governments once sought to gain secure supply of fossil fuels, energy security in the future will depend on access to dozens of critical minerals needed for an increasingly electrified and carbon-free energy system. Brian Menell, chief executive of critical minerals supply chain company TechMet, explores the challenges that come with dependence on resources that are by and large produced outside of the United States and, in notable cases, by countries with which the U.S. has strained diplomatic ties. Menell, whose company has received significant funding from the U.S. government's International Development Finance Corporation, also discusses the challenges involved in developing new sources of supply, and the prospects for scaling the production of key minerals to support the pace of decarbonization. Brian Menell is Chairman and CEO of TechMet. Related Content Rare Earth Elements: A Resource Constraint of the Energy Transition https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/research/publications/rare-earth-elements-a-resource-constraint-of-the-energy-transition/ Raw Materials Pose ESG Challenge for EV Industry https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/podcast/raw-materials-pose-esg-challenge-for-ev-industry/ Energy Policy Now is produced by The Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania. For all things energy policy, visit kleinmanenergy.upenn.eduSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Dr Anthony G Beck has invented a spectacular trace mineral product for autism families, and it's so incredible that I've invited him on the podcast to talk about it. I almost NEVER EVER recommend or become an affiliate for any products because I'm so picky and critical. This one is the best thing that's happened in my 16 years as an autism mom/coach so I've made an exception. Today you'll get access to it (watch/listen to the full episode for details). We're also covering why you should stay away from ALL MLM companies, TRS detox myths, the problem with hair mineral tests, MTHFR myths, parasite cleanses, root cause protocol and THE WORLDS BEST HOMEMADE PROBIOTICS. Dr Anthony Beck is one of my most requested guests and he's back by popular demand. Here's your link to buy the product. Note: I am an affiliate and will be financially rewarded if you decide to buy the product: https://helionproducts.com/product/fhsmx/Here are 3 ways we can start turning autism symptoms around together, whenever you're ready... 1. Send me a voice message and get my feedback on your most pressing struggles. 2. Check out the free video series "The 5 hidden messages behind autism symptoms" and find your child's unique triggers. 3. Work with me privatelyIf you'd like to work with me directly to turn as many symptoms around as possible in my Autism Turnaround Coaching and implementation group..send me an email with "coaching" in the subject line and tell me how old your child is. I'll get you all the details.
Reduced Libido Eulogy. Porkish. Funeral potatoes. Thats a typo. What's a Floctave? Crumplage in the Bumperage. Phone sax. Cold hands down the pants. That's The Number Before 12? Beware Crab Boiled Corn on the Cob. They call it an Isle Royal with Cheese. I want to buy the fake TVs. Scamp Chauvanist Pig. If I play Mario, I am cheating on Zelda. Mineral balanced breakfast with Bobby and more on this episode of The Morning Stream. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The majority of people watching this video are probably deficient in Boron. But don't think of it like a supplement that you need to take. Boron is a trace mineral, and it's very important to have sufficient levels of it. Like all things you want to try and improve the levels through diet, but some people will need to supplement with it if they're severely deficient. There's a lot of reported benefits to maintaining adequate levels of Boron, from improved wound healing, to less inflammation and arthritic pain, to even decreasing the side effects of chemotherapy!
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This month, Tim and Tyler talk with Ariel about her latest Topsoil edition - "Weeds will decide the winners - A framework for weed control in agriculture." Ariel Patton is the creator of Topsoil, a newsletter bringing you monthly frameworks to help make sense of agriculture, at just the right depth. Ariel has focused her career on driving digital transformation of agriculture to help farmers manage their businesses more profitably and sustainably at Monsanto, Granular, Corteva and currently, Mineral. Links: Join the Co-op John Kempf's Podcast Episode Subscribe to Topsoil Sponsor: This episode is presented by MyLand. Learn more at MyLand.ag. Check out our interview with Dane.
In this episode we answer questions submitted by David, Al, Emily, Erik, David, Mike, and Park. From the resources available to help educate new mineral owners, how to claim missing royalties without paying exorbitant finder's fees, what happens when you lease to a company that is not the operator, and more! As always, you can find links to the resources mentioned in this episode at mineralrightspodcast.com. If you have a question you'd like us to answer, send an email to email@example.com.
In part one of our foreign investment law episode with Dany Assaf, we discuss the federal government's new approach regarding acquisitions of control of Canadian mineral businesses ✨ Read the full episode transcript HERE ✨ Learn more about the topics/cases on the Lawyered website✨ Help to declutter the law on the Lawyered crowdfunding page
Morley Robbins, a “retired” Hospital executive (12 yrs) and healthcare consultant (20 yrs), chose to become a Wellness Coach in 2009. In the process, he has become a self-taught mineral expert. His highest purpose is to share this decade of daily scientific research on the profound metabolic interplay between 3 KEY minerals: Magnesium, Bioavailable Copper and Iron. These mineral-driven metabolic concepts are not fully understood, nor appreciated in practitioner circles, and are certainly not in the public's consciousness. He regularly confers with world-renowned mineral experts, in addition to his research, and focuses on continued research, writing and educational conferences to promote his insights and findingS. To that end, he manages two websites to provide mineral education: The MAG Facebook Group: http://gotmag.org and The Root Cause Protocol: http://therootcauseprotocol.com His priority focus is to master mineral metabolism and its foundational impact on our health. There is a REASON for that priority focus… Left unchecked, Copper-Iron Dysregulation builds in the body, generates an imbalance of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS), and the resulting metabolic confusion fosters every conceivable condition, syndrome, malady or disease that is growing steadily in North America, as well as the Planet. He has devised a unique blood test to reveal these mineral dynamics, and regularly trains practitioners to use this diagnostic tool in their practices. He has now performed over 5,500 consultations with clients in 45 countries around the world, and has trained scores of professionals in these unique mineral dynamics & concepts through his Copernican Institute. He speaks regularly at Wellness Conferences in New York, NY, Chicago, IL and Los Angeles, CA and was a speaker at The Forum for Integrative Medicine this March, 2019 in Seattle, WA. He is also a regular guest on dozens of different health-oriented Podcasts and Radio Shows. Dr. Fredrickson Links Book-Magnesium Answers-Coming October 27th, 2023! Instagram: Dr.Robert Fredrickson Instagram Business: FredricksonHealthSolutions TikTok: FredricksonHealth Facebook: FredricksonHealthSolutions Social Media Stream Page-https://beacons.page/fredricksonhealth
Ever heard of Float therapy? Sensory Deprivation? In this episode, we unravel the mysteries surrounding float therapy, its benefits, what it means to open up your magnesium stores, and the intriguing impact of sensory deprivation on our health with Maxwell Casa. Imagine immersing yourself in a tranquil, weightless space where you float effortlessly in a high-density magnesium solution. We explore its potential to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being. Uncovering the effects of eliminating external stimuli, we dive into how this can positively influence our mental and physical health. Then, we delve into the advantages of transdermal magnesium versus the oral form, along with the symptoms of magnesium deficiency. We break down the ideal dose and frequency to maximize its benefits and whether it is advisable for pregnant women! Let's dive in! What You Will Learn In This Interview with Maxwell Casa 04:59 -What is float therapy? 07:31 - What is sensory deprivation and its impact on our health? 10:31 - How did Max get involved with Floating therapy? 14:31 - Experiences during sensory deprivation 17:06 - Top 3 benefits of floating therapy 20:33 - Benefit of transdermal magnesium vs oral magnesium 24:06 - Symptoms of magnesium deficiency 25:41 - Dose and frequency for float therapy to see benefits 28:02 - Contraindications with pregnancy 30:41 - Can you consume too much magnesium? 33:57 - Epsom Salt 33:11 - Explore more with Maxwell Casa To learn more about Maxwell Casa and view full show notes, please visit the full website here: here: https://www.docjenfit.com/podcast/episode325 Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Optimal Body Podcast. If you haven't done so already, please take a minute to subscribe and leave a quick rating and review of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tobpodcast/message
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You can also subscribe to the free tier below:WhoDave Fields, President and General Manager of Snowbird, UtahRecorded onSeptember 18, 2023About SnowbirdClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Powdr Located in: Snowbird, UtahYear founded: 1971Pass affiliations:* Ikon Pass: 7 days, shared with Alta, no blackouts* Ikon Base Plus Pass: 5 days, shared with Alta, holiday blackouts* Ikon Base Pass: 5 days, holiday blackouts* Mountain Collective: 2 days, no blackouts* Altabird: unlimited accessClosest neighboring ski areas: Alta (1 second), Solitude (:39), Woodward Park City (:39), Brighton (:42), Park City (:47), Deer Valley (:55) - travel times vary dramatically depending upon weather and time of day and year.Base elevation: 7,760 feet (at Baby Thunder)Summit elevation: 11,000 feet (at Hidden Peak)Vertical drop: 3,240 feetSkiable Acres: 2,500Average annual snowfall: 500 inchesTrail count: 140 (35% most difficult, 38% intermediate, 27% beginner – this is the official breakdown by trail name; anyone who has skied Snowbird knows that the count is closer to 99% Oh S**t, 1% for mortals)Lift count: 14 (1 tram, 6 high-speed quads, 4 doubles, 3 conveyors)Why I interviewed himSince I've skied hundreds of ski areas and I write about them incessantly, people often ask me which one is the best, or at least which is my favorite. It should be a hard question to answer. Nothing else in America delivers the drama of Big Sky, the energy of Palisades Tahoe, the aura of Aspen-Snowmass, the sprawl of Vail Mountain. How could I possibly choose a winner? But it is not a hard question to answer. Because the answer is Snowbird and Alta. And nothing else comes close. Not in Utah. Not in Colorado. Not in Tahoe. Not up and down the Rockies. Not in Alaska. Not in BC. Yes, I'm including Whistler. There is no better skiing.One lift to the top. Three thousand feet of sustained pitch. Five hundred inches of snow – on average. Last season, 838. That's more snow than the Poconos have tallied in every winter since the Lincoln Administration, combined. And all of it like a bag of cottonballs, so light it's a wonder the stuff doesn't float off into the sky. The terrain: vast, varied, labyrinthian, mesmerizing, scarcely groomed. Trees like Narnia, spaced for loping pow turns, chained one to the next by snow meadows smooth and ever-rising. Big open bowls. Chutes stacked off The Cirque like weapons arrayed along an armory wall. Hidden Peak. Mineral. Baldy up top. Alta through the gate. Amazing.That such a place exists at all is a stunning confluence of a dozen natural phenomena. That this snowy freefall sits not in some sawtoothed Alaskan range 600 miles from the nearest road, but 34 miles – half of it interstate – from a major international airport is one of the most amazing facts that I'm aware of. And I've witnessed human birth. Twice.Snowbird is so good that it's hard to imagine how we'd think about great ski areas if it didn't exist. Like contemplating the best basketball player if there'd been no Michael Jordan, or arguing over the best way to light a room prior to the invention of lightbulbs. Whatever you think of as the attributes of a great ski area - and by that I mean the skiing, not the shopping or the apres or the wacky tire-tube races - Snowbird transcends them all.Of course, Alta, as a brand and as an organized ski hill, was there first (by 33 years), and it shares Snowbird's every attribute, with a bit more soul and a bit more snow and a bit less flash and lift-served vert. Part of the Snowbird mystique is proximity to – and the direct connection with – its atmospheric neighbor. If Snowbird stood alone on some Utah steppe, perhaps it would not be so easy to notch the mountain above its peers. But the interplay of the two, their vastness and mystery, their videogame-like tap-dancing between realms, their surreal Cloud City patina, creates, in their fusion, the best version of skiing that we have.What we talked aboutLiving through 838 inches of snow; what happens when hundreds of employees have to spend the night to make sure the mountain can open; why Alta gets more snow than Snowbird; assessing Snowbird's new tram cars and related upgrades; why Snowbird didn't build an all-new tram; catastrophe installing the new tram cars; “I've never had an ocean-liner tracker on my phone until this came to pass”; dealing with disappointment; reminiscing on the mysterious pre-Olympics Utah; the legacy of Snowbird's former longtime GM, Bob Bonar; the transition from independent resort to member of Powdr; “I'm amazed at how quickly the marketplace has changed” from a multi-mountain pass point of view; why Snowbird didn't join the Mountain Collective for its inaugural season in 2012; why Snowbird and Alta joined the Ikon Pass as one combined “destination”; why Snowbird didn't follow Alta off the Ikon Base Pass and whether they'll reconsider that decision; how much we can really blame the Ikon Pass for LCC crowding; why the Altabird pass soared in price for 2023-24; Snowbird's “Freeloader” Pass; reflecting on Fast Tracks two years in; why the tram is excluded from Fast Tracks and whether that will continue to be the case; the potential for a Fast Tracks season pass at Snowbird (which Copper and Killington already sell); breaking down the proposed Little Cottonwood Canyon Gondola; “the highway only works as well as the worst car and bus in it”; why this lift would be the least-impactful solution to LCC traffic; paying for the gondola; how the gondola would alter the calculus of canyon closures; “the more people learned about gondola and how it works, the more they supported it”; the current state of the proposed Mary Ellen Gulch expansion; upgrading Wilbere to a new lift on a new line; potential to develop more green terrain at Snowbird; potential for a six-pack lift at Snowbird and where it could go; and phasing out the howitzers. Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewFrom 1992 to 2002, Utah recorded around 3 million skier visits per winter, plus or minus a couple hundred thousand. Then the Olympics hit. And the world was like, “Damn.” Like aliens had landed and shown them how to teleport. Or turn pinecones into pterodactyls. Or something else that would be as amazing as seven giant ski areas that all average 300-plus inches of fluffy light snow per winter being situated two sitcoms' drive-time from a major airport.By the 2005-06 ski season, four years after the Games, Utah skier visits crested 4 million for the first time. Which seemed amazing until the Ikon Pass landed for the 2018-19 season, the same winter that Utah skier visits (coincidentally or not), blew past 5 million for the first time. Setting aside the Covid-shortened 2019-20 ski season, they just kept accelerating, hitting an astonishing 7.1 million skier visits last winter.Whether you blame the Olympics or the megapasses or the fact that Utah's population has grown by more than a million people (a 50 percent surge) over the past two decades, the state's ski areas – and only 14 are public facilities that can manage any kind of volume – are getting crushed.Luckily, unlike Washington, where a surging population has no choice but to deal with traffic or drive to Idaho, Utah has no shortage of potential solutions to its high-altitude cluster. Deer Valley recently outlined plans to nearly triple in size. A proposed passenger train could thin traffic on Park City's cluttered roads. And the Utah Department of Transportation recently ruled that a gondola from the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon to the base of Snowbird and Alta was its preferred option to combat the untenable traffic on State Route 210.The gondola would be eight miles long and run high over the road, skirting the firing squad of 50 avalanche paths that run through the canyon. The highway has “the highest uncontrolled avalanche hazard index of any major highway in the world,” University of Utah professor Jim Steenburgh told KSL News Radio in April. Snowbird is in favor of building the gondola. So is Alta. Here's an overview:And a little explainer video:Just about anywhere else in the world, the gondola would be viewed for what it is: a rational solution to an untenable traffic problem. But this is U.S. America, and the lift has instead been recast as an existential threat to both the natural and manmade worlds. I can't even mention it on Twitter without sending a dozen Brobots into fits of feral rage. It's weird. SR-210 would never be built today – the most disruptive possible thing humans can build into the wilderness is a paved road. But this avalanche-prone, congested scar of concrete has been strangely lionized as the only acceptable conduit to the end of the canyon, while the gondola, a light-footprint machine with 22 towers that would run high above the rich natural environment on the canyon floor, is demonized.That's the reality that Snowbird officials are dealing with coming off a record snow season. In our conversation, Fields goes deep into this project, which is unquestionably the most controversial in U.S. American skiing. He has thoughts for the buses-will-fix-it crowd, for the environmental-doomsday crew, for the fiscal hawks fretting over the cost. I could write a book on this, but Fields makes a compelling argument to just build the damn thing.Questions I wish I'd askedI've always been curious why the Peruvian lift terminates where it does, rather than hoisting skiers up to High Baldy Traverse, or even making a turn up Baldy itself. The answer, I'm sure, is some combination of wind and desire to preserve a high-altitude hike-up experience. But that tunnel cutting over to Mineral couldn't have been cheap, and I'd like to hear the story behind how they landed on that configuration.What I got wrongI said that Snowbird had secured approval for the proposed Mary Ellen Gulch expansion from the U.S. Forest Service, but that approval actually came from the Utah County Board of Adjustment.Why you should ski SnowbirdSnowbird is the closest thing I've found to a perfect ski area. For capable skiers. Don't bother if you're a groomer god, or if you haven't skied - or don't like to ski - powder or bumps, or if carving Chip's Run with half the population of Texas doesn't sound fun (it isn't). I say that not to be an a-hole, but because I don't want you to be disappointed. Snowbird is only fun if you're a very good skier. And by that I mean a very good skier on ungroomed terrain. Because the mountain doesn't groom much. And if you're not so good, but you think you are, well, the mountain will have some news for you.It will have a message for you, regardless. This place is savage. Respect the double-blacks. Because Man do they mean it. There is no bailout on The Cirque, no cat-track oopsie-doodle exit. Move too far the wrong way and find yourself staring down Wilma's or Mach Schnell, sheer cliffs disguised as ski trails, mandatory airs between you and your ride home. Chip's is safe, but wander 50 yards off-trail and try not to miss the “Cliffs Ahead” signs. Because when Snowbird says “cliffs” they mean like 100-footers. And don't ski alone into the trees – tree-well safety bulletins were practically invented for this place.Please excuse me here. I'm usually allergic to tough-guy talk. But this place can kill you if you're not careful. Once, a few years back, a group of us skied off Black Forest and into Organ Grinder, a swatch of wooded snowfields skier's right off the Gad 2 lift. Organ Grinder, on the map, is a single run, a line arcing through Niehues whites. On the ground it is a multi-sheathed arsenal of fierce chutes stacked along a wooded face. After gliding through easy trees, we emerged at the top of one of these, a shot tilted at the approximate angle of a rocket launch. A four- or five-foot drop, a half-dozen steep turns to a wall of trees. Then the terrain cinched shut. The only exit a shot between trees and rock walls. Point and go.The run is a single black diamond.But put all that aside for a moment. Snowbird, and especially Snowbird together with Alta, should be the aspirational capstone for any skier driven to master this quirky sport. The vastness and quality and challenge of the terrain is absolutely unmatched anywhere in America. The two ski areas together are twice as large as Jackson and half as groomed as Palisades, with more and better snow than Whistler. And easier to get to than all of them. So go there. Just wait until you're ready.Podcast NotesMiscellany on items discussed in the podcast:On Jackson Hole's tramTo lend context to our discussion around Snowbird's tram upgrade, we talked quite a bit about Jackson Hole's $31 tram project, which stretched from 2006 to ‘08. I could try to explain it myself, or you could just watch this series of videos:On Powdr's portfolioSnowbird is one of 10 ski areas owned by Park City-based Powdr:On the Mountain CollectiveFields said that one of his regrets was not joining the Mountain Collective's inaugural class in 2012. The founding four were Alta, Jackson Hole, Aspen, and Palisades Tahoe. The pass cost $349 for two days at each ski area.On the varying Snowbird/Alta access on Mountain Collective and IkonOne of Mountain Collective's selling points is that rather than combining Snowbird and Alta days, as Ikon Pass does, the pass gives you two days at each, with no blackouts. As Alta, Aspen, and others have backed out of the Ikon Base Pass, the Mountain Collective has become a potent Ikon Pass Base Base, with most of the pass' top ski areas and a substantially lower price.On rope-drop days on Mineral BasinI don't know if this is inspiring or hilarious or horrifying:The Storm explores the world of lift-served skiing all year long. Join us.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 79/100 in 2023, and number 465 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? 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