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Journal du Rock
Axl Rose des Gun's ; Placebo et Aerosmith ; Kiss ; U2 ; David Gilmour et Pink Floyd

Journal du Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 3:05


Axl Rose des Gun's and roses ne lancera plus son micro dans la foule, Rebecca Howe une fan australienne a été blessée à Adelaïde mardi 29 novembre. La tournée de Placebo à Glasgow et en Irlande est postposée car Brian Molko est malade, affecté aux cordes vocales. Aerosmith a aussi été forcé d'annuler un concert de leur actuelle résidence à Las Vegas, "Deuces Are Wild", vendredi dernier, suite à des problèmes de santé du chanteur du groupe, Steven Tyler. A la demande des fans aux quatre coins du monde, Kiss, l'un des plus grands groupes de hard rock, prolonge sa tournée mondiale " END OF THE ROAD " et ajoute de nouvelles dates, dont une en Belgique avec Classic 21 au Palais 12 à Bruxelles le mardi 13 juin 2023, tickets en vente à partir du 9 décembre, 11 heures sur greenhousetalent.com. U2 a reçu dimanche une récompense pour l'ensemble de sa carrière lors d'une cérémonie au John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts à Washington, ainsi que George Clooney, Amy Grant ou encore la compositrice Tania Leon étaient présents pour cet événement proposé par le président américain Joe Biden et la Première dame Jill Biden. Une ancienne maison "Hook End Manor'' à Oxfordshire, dite hantée , ayant appartenu au guitariste de Pink Floyd, David Gilmour, convertie auparavant en studio d'enregistrement par le guitariste Alvin Lee du groupe Ten Years After, a été dévoilée par de nouveaux clichés du photographe Jeff Johns, spécialisé en urbex. Pink Floyd y enregistrera en partie son album ‘'The Final Cut'' dans le début des 80s et d'autres productions comme le célèbre ‘'Disintegration'' de The Cure. --- Classic 21 vous informe des dernières actualités du rock, en Belgique et partout ailleurs. Le Journal du Rock, chaque jour à 7h30 et 18h30.

Surfing the Nash Tsunami
S3-E57.4 - Discussing Critical Success Factors for Placebo Cohorts

Surfing the Nash Tsunami

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 11:35


The Liver Forum aims to advance the regulatory sciences for the treatment of NAFLD/NASH and liver fibrosis by providing a neutral, independent venue for ongoing multi-stakeholder dialogue. Their work facilitates the best science-based decisions on how to study efficacy and safety in real-time by using collective knowledge and experience with therapies for advancing liver disease. In this final conversation, Executive Director Veronica Miller joins guest Manal Abdelmalek and co-host Jörn Schattenberg (both Steering Committee members) to discuss the Liver Forum, its unique processes and valuable work. Roger Green starts this conversation suggesting that the findings of the Placebo Arm Database Project need to translate into guidelines for researchers to formally standardize. Veronica describes elements of how the Forum is organizing the trial and what she considers some of the critical success factors for a placebo cohort. She notes this should benefit individual pharmaceutical sponsors because they can assess data in the context of placebo response and how to recruit patients for clinical trials. She also believes that if these metrics are feasible to implement, they will find ways into clinical practice as well. Manal notes that another benefit might be to give regulators access to larger data sets that mirror how the trials are done, leveraging resources and providing benchmarks at the same time. Jörn notes the Forum to be an open process and provides examples of what he considers to be some key benefits to this. Veronica concludes the main conversation by discussing the idea that a shared placebo arm might be possible and would have tremendous benefit. Roger poses the final question: each panelist provides the strongest takeaway for what they hope listeners glean from this episode. Surf on to find out more. 

Surfing the Nash Tsunami
S3-E57.3 - A Priori Placebo Response Rates and Challenges in Managing Samples Through Trials

Surfing the Nash Tsunami

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 11:39


The Liver Forum aims to advance the regulatory sciences for the treatment of NAFLD/NASH and liver fibrosis by providing a neutral, independent venue for ongoing multi-stakeholder dialogue. Their work facilitates the best science-based decisions on how to study efficacy and safety in real-time by using collective knowledge and experience with therapies for advancing liver disease. Previously, Executive Director Veronica Miller had introduced ongoing work with the Placebo Arm Database Project, co-chaired by Manal Abdelmalek.Jörn Schattenberg leads this conversation with the observation that in Manal's past appearances on the podcast, she has discussed the value of stabilizing disease. Jörn asks whether the Forum is creating new insights on that front. Manal circles back to the challenges presented by an inability to predict an a priori placebo response rate and several issues in managing samples through trials. She notes that if researchers can integrate placebo arms from multiple trials, this will lead to far larger data sets.  Additionally, this will strengthen the ability to create deeper insights and more robust solutions to issues surrounding the best way to manage and standardize these trial elements. From here, Jörn's question shifts focus toward composite trial endpoints. After a brief discussion on this issue, the conversation turns to the value of AI and better controlled study analysis. Roger poses a question regarding reducing placebo rates. Manal suggests that the goal is not to lower placebo rates, but instead to standardize them in the most accurate ways possible. The conversation concludes with Jörn noting that he is constantly concerned about whether he is matching patient and trial to maximum benefit.

Rock & Pop Stories
Placebo - "Slave To The Wage"

Rock & Pop Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 3:15


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PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Investigation of whether oxytocin and trust play a role in placebo effects of marketing actions

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.12.01.518177v1?rss=1 Authors: Schelski, D. S., Scheele, D., Schmidt, L., Hurlemann, R., Weber, B., Plassmann, H. Abstract: Expectations about the quality of a medical treatment influence how much an inert treatment helps to improve patient well-being. Similarly, expectations about the quality of products influence how identical goods and services are evaluated differently after their consumption. One driver for such "placebo effects" in medical treatments is social cognition in the form of trust, which may be influenced by the hormone oxytocin. An open question is whether trust and oxytocin play similar roles in marketing placebo effects. To answer this question, we combined oxytocin administration (24 IU) and trust questionnaires in a pre-registered double-blind randomized between-subjects study design (N food tasting task = 223; N cognitive performance task = 202). We could not find evidence that oxytocin and trust play a role in placebo effects of marketing actions. Together with other recent null findings from oxytocin administration studies, these findings question the role trust might play in different types of placebo effects. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC

Pharmascope
Épisode 106 – Nouveaux médicaments: le vieux, le p'tit nouveau et le psychédélique!

Pharmascope

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 41:05


Un nouvel épisode du pharmascope est maintenant disponible! Dans de ce 106ème épisode, Sébastien, Nicolas et Isabelle discutent de nouveautés thérapeutiques dans le monde de la vaginose bactérienne, de l'hyperlipidémie et de la dépression. Les objectifs pour cet épisode sont les suivants: Comparer l'efficacité et l'innocuité du VablysMC aux traitements usuels de la vaginose bactérienne Discuter de l'efficacité et de l'innocuité du LeqvioMC dans le traitement de l'hyperlipidémie Discuter de l'efficacité et de l'innocuité de la psilocybine dans le traitement de la dépression Ressources pertinentes en lien avec l'épisode VablysMCBrodeur ME, Bouchard C. VablysMC: un traitement contre la vaginose bactérienne à ajouter à votre liste? Pharmastuce. 2022;4(8). Monographie de produit incluant les renseignements pour la patiente sur le médicament. VablysMC. Duchesnay Inc. Septembre 2021. Weissenbacher ER et coll. A comparison of dequalinium chloride vaginal tablets (Fluomizin®) and clindamycin vaginal cream in the treatment of bacterial vaginosis: a single-blind, randomized clinical trial of efficacy and safety. Gynecol Obstet Invest. 2012;73:8-15. LeqvioMCMorin C, Lamoureux AS. L'inclisiran : la nouvelle recrue des hypolipémiants. Pharmastuce. 2022;4(7). Monographie de produit incluant les renseignements sur le médicament pour le patient. LeqvioMC. Novartis Pharma Canada Inc. Juillet 2021. Ray KK et coll. Two Phase 3 Trials of Inclisiran in Patients with Elevated LDL Cholesterol. N Engl J Med. 2020;382:1507-19. Raal FJ et coll. Inclisiran for the Treatment of Heterozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia. N Engl J Med. 2020;382:1520-30. Ray KK et coll. Inclisiran and cardiovascular events: a patient-level analysis of phase III trials. Eur Heart J. 2022:ehac594. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 36331326. PsilocybineCarhart-Harris R et coll. Trial of Psilocybin versus Escitalopram for Depression. N Engl J Med. 2021;384:1402-11. Davis AK et coll. Effects of Psilocybin-Assisted Therapy on Major Depressive Disorder: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Psychiatry. 2021;78:481-9. Goodwin GM et coll. Single-Dose Psilocybin for a Treatment-Resistant Episode of Major Depression. N Engl J Med. 2022;387:1637-48. Bogenschutz MP et coll. Percentage of Heavy Drinking Days Following Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy vs Placebo in the Treatment of Adult Patients With Alcohol Use Disorder: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Psychiatry. 2022;79:953-962.

Lofstrom Loop
Lofstrom loop 309

Lofstrom Loop

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022


link Трек-лист: 01. Placebo — Every You Every Me 02. Praxis — Worship 03. Red Elvises — Better Than Cocaine 04. The Doors — Riders On The Storm (Zuma Doinys Remix) 05. SunSay — Дайвер 06. Fakear — Voyager 07. Pogo — Alice 08. Arctic Monkeys — Do I Wanna Know 09. The Yardbirds — … Продолжить чтение Lofstrom loop 309

WGY Mornings with Doug Goudie
New Study Finds Cannabis No Better Than Placebo for Treating Pain

WGY Mornings with Doug Goudie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 3:33


Got an opinion? If you're listening on the iHeartRadio app, tap the red microphone icon to record & send us your thoughts. Don't have the app? Get it free here ---> https://news.iheart.com/apps/ Follow WGY on social media: instagram.com/wgyradio twitter.

Hot Cross Buns
Hot Cross Buns 54: The Placebo Effect

Hot Cross Buns

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 54:56


Have you ever taken a little non-descript pill and it helps you? Well that's kinda how we like to think of our podcast, non-descript and helpful with the giggles! This week we get a TED talk from Jaymi about, well, placebos, we get to a few questions, play a new game, and as always, laugh our silly little butts off.    As always, thanks for listening and we hope you have an awesome week!!   Got questions??   Email: hotcrossbunspod@gmail.com   IG: @hotcrossbunspod

The Key Nutrition Podcast
KNP414 - The Nocebo and Placebo Effect

The Key Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 50:04


On today's show, Michelle and I discussed the Nocebo and Placebo effect. A growing body of evidence is emerging for a phenomenon known as the nocebo effect. This is when a person is conditioned to expect a negative response, or to anticipate negative effects from an experience. We hit on how the nocebo effect can derail you in your health and fitness journey. We also hit on the much more well known placebo effect and referenced some studies on just how powerful it can be. The main point of this podcast was to drive home just how powerful our thoughts are, both positive and negative.   Nocebo effect run down: https://www.jpain.org/article/S1526-5900(15)00925-6/fulltext https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17655657 https://www.aerzteblatt.de/pdf.asp?id=127210 https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2788172   Black Friday/Cyber Monday Deal - https://keynutrition.com/black-friday/   Next Level Experience Application – https://e7i1zgf52lc.typeform.com/to/sAXwlqol   Get a Free Consultation – https://keynutrition.com/free-evaluation/   Free Community Circle -> https://calendly.com/michelleraines/breathe Podcast Q&A Submissions –> https://bit.ly/3c74i7A   Cured Nutrition Discount code: Brad Order from Cured Nutrition -> https://bit.ly/3z0mkBv   Discount code: keynutrition for 20% off your first Legion order. Order Legion Supplements -> https://bit.ly/3mHRqYV   Connect with us on Instagram Host Brad Jensen – @thesoberbodybuilder Co-Host Michelle Raines  – @thebreathwithinyou Key Nutrition – @keynutrition

RADAR 97.8fm podcasts
ÁLBUM DE FAMÍLIA - PLACEBO - PLACEBO

RADAR 97.8fm podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 59:46


Estar em 1996 é, por exemplo, ouvir falar dos Placebo pela primeira vez: o álbum homónimo de estreia da banda de Brian Molko data de Junho desse ano e levou-os numa viagem que já quase cumpre três décadas. O início desse trajecto é a razão de ser da nossa reunião de família desta semana.   Com Beatriz Costa

Zeilenschlinger-Podcast von angehenden Autoren für angehende Autoren
#S1: Was muss ich tun, um einen Spiegel-Bestseller zu schreiben? (mit Sandy Mercier) – Sonderfolge Teil 1

Zeilenschlinger-Podcast von angehenden Autoren für angehende Autoren

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 40:06


#S1: Was muss ich tun, um einen Spiegel-Bestseller zu schreiben? (mit Sandy Mercier) – Sonderfolge Teil 1Kann man einen Bestseller durch reine Willenskraft erreichen? Nein, aber wenn man die richtigen Schritte geht, ist die Spiegel-Bestsellerliste zum Greifen nah. Sandy Mercier, Autorin der Jule-Pieper-Romane, zeigt genau mit ihrer Neuveröffentlichung „Die Reise deines Lebens“ wie weit man mit einem klaren Ziel kommen kann.Im Interview mit Johanna spricht sie darüber, wie sie auf die Idee zur "Mission Spiegel Bestseller für Sandy" kam. Was sie alles für dieses Ziel tut. Und was sie als erstes macht, wenn sie es auf die Spiegel-Bestseller-Liste schafft. Erwähnte Bücher:✩ "Du bist das Placebo" – Joe DispenzaSupport the showKennt ihr schon unseren Arschtritt des Monats? ✩ Als Newsletter-Abonnent erhältst zu exklusiven Zugang zu unserer Datenbank, in der wir Vorlagen und Checklisten zu unseren Themen teilen. ✩ Du erhältst Einblick in unseren persönlichen Schreibprozess. Euch gefällt unser Podcast? Wir würden uns über Eure Unterstützung freuen: ✩ Werdet offizieller Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Zeilenschlinger ✩ Gebt uns einen Kaffee aus über Ko-Fi: https://ko-fi.com/zeilenschlinger Vielen Dank an unsere Patreons! ✩ Vivien Busch✩ Carolin StreckmannDu willst dein Buch im Podcast vorstellen?✩ Informiere dich hier: https://www.zeilenschlinger.de/werbeplatzFolge uns gern auch auf unseren anderen Kanälen, um auf dem Laufenden zu bleiben: ✩ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zeilenschlinger/ ✩ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Zeilenschlinger ✩ Homepage: https://www.zeilenschlinger.de/ #Autorenleben #Schreiben #Podcast #Zeilenschlinger #Wirsind10Prozent

Women Want Strong Men
Fifteen On A Friday - Weight Loss Medication Update - Wegovy, Semaglutide, Mounjero, Trizapetide With Dr. David Yablonsky, DO

Women Want Strong Men

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 16:06


Semaglutide has been proven to induce significant weight loss in patients. This class of medication has been deemed a “game changer” and is changing the lives of patients needing to lose weight. Today we are going to give a quick recap on this class of medication and we are going to discuss Dr. Yablonsky’s clinical experience with this medication. Topics Discussed Include: What is Semaglutide? What weight loss medications are on the market? Side effect profiles of the weight loss medication on the market? How much does the drug cost? Clinical experience using Semaglutide Tirzepatide brandname Mounjaro Semaglutide brandname Ozempic or Wegovy The Hollywood “skinny shot” Studies: Once-Weekly Semaglutide in Adults with Overweight or Obesity Tirzepatide Once Weekly for the Treatment of Obesity Wegovy (semaglutide): a new weight loss drug for chronic weight management Effect of Subcutaneous Semaglutide vs Placebo as an Adjunct to Intensive Behavioral Therapy on Body Weight in Adults With Overweight or Obesity Two-year effects of semaglutide in adults with overweight or obesity: the STEP 5 trial More about Dr. Yablonsky: Dr. David Yablonsky has been practicing medicine for over 20 years and is a board-certified internist. Dr. Yablonsky has experience in providing adults with help diagnosing a full range of medical issues including chronic disease management, primary care, hormone optimization, erectile dysfunction, weight loss and vitamin deficiencies. Dr. Yablonsky graduated with honors from Boston University prior to attending the Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Upon completion of medical school, he went on to complete a three-year residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine in Rochester, New York. His past leadership positions include Chief of Medicine, Internal Medicine Section Chief, Medical Director of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Chairman of Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee at Grinnell Regional Medical Center in Grinnell, Iowa. Dr. Yablonsky’s focus is on disease prevention and health optimization. He has furthered his training by completing several conferences and courses in age management medicine including the elite training programs of Cenegenics, A4M, AMMG, and the International Peptide Society. To learn more on this medication please see podcast episode 17 For questions about today's podcast you can contact Amy Stuttle at podcast@amystuttle.com Click here to learn more about Victory Men's Health This podcast is not medical advice.

Elemental Evan
Placebo Effect Success

Elemental Evan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 22:01 Transcription Available


Placebo Effect SuccessGet Your ENERGYbits Superfood Spirulina and Chlorella and use code ELEMENTAL at checkout for 20% off!Organifi Superfood Drink Powders (ELEMENTALEVAN for 20% off)Elemental 7-Day Health ResetAlitura Skin Care with truly all natural ingredients (ELEMENTAL15 for 15% off your first order)Elemental Evan InstagramEmail: elemental.evanhw@gmail.comElemental Evan WebsiteIntroduction to Breath Work CourseSeed Daily Synbiotic (Prebiotic & Probiotic) Use code ELEMENTALEVAN15Elemental Evan Youtube PageMany people have heard about the placebo effect, but the manner in which it works is still somewhat unknown. In this episode Evan breaks down some of the theories on what is actually taking place when people take a placebo as well as his own opinion. Evan also covers what the nocebo effect is and how it further proves the effectiveness of placebos.Tune in to learn more about the placebo as well as how you can apply the placebo effect to your everyday life and improve everything from your health, mental health, and relationships.Do everything with good intentions and connect to your elements.Disclaimer:This podcast is for educational purposes only, it is not a substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified medical professional. Evan Roberts is not a medical professional and this podcast is provided on the understanding that it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services. Statements and views expressed on this show are not medical advice, this podcast, including Evan Roberts and any guests on the show, disclaims responsibility for any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained in this episode. If you think you have a medical problem please consult a medical professional.Reference:Placebo Explainedhttps://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/conditionsandtreatments/placebo-effect

Quilo de Ciencia - Cienciaes.com
Placebo: la realidad de lo imaginario.

Quilo de Ciencia - Cienciaes.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022


Cuando un laboratorio farmacéutico se propone lanzar un nuevo medicamento al mercado, debe antes demostrar su eficacia en ensayos clínicos. Desgraciadamente, los resultados de los primeros ensayos demostraron que éstos se veían afectados por los deseos del médico. Para evitar esos errores y se realizaron estudios en los que se trataba a los pacientes bien con el medicamento bajo estudio, bien con un placebo, sin que tanto médicos como pacientes supieran a quién se había suministrado cada cosa. La sorpresa surgió cuando se comprobó que los pacientes que recibían placebo parecían, a menudo, mejorar de su enfermedad. A este efecto se le bautizó con el nombre de efecto placebo. Hace dos décadas se demostró que el efecto placebo es real y tiene una base fisiológica. Actualmente se han propuesto dos ideas para explicar la existencia del efecto placebo en términos evolutivos. Escuchad la historia completa en este podcast.

Cienciaes.com
Placebo: la realidad de lo imaginario. - Quilo de Ciencia

Cienciaes.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022


Cuando un laboratorio farmacéutico se propone lanzar un nuevo medicamento al mercado, debe antes demostrar su eficacia en ensayos clínicos. Desgraciadamente, los resultados de los primeros ensayos demostraron que éstos se veían afectados por los deseos del médico. Para evitar esos errores y se realizaron estudios en los que se trataba a los pacientes bien con el medicamento bajo estudio, bien con un placebo, sin que tanto médicos como pacientes supieran a quién se había suministrado cada cosa. La sorpresa surgió cuando se comprobó que los pacientes que recibían placebo parecían, a menudo, mejorar de su enfermedad. A este efecto se le bautizó con el nombre de efecto placebo. Hace dos décadas se demostró que el efecto placebo es real y tiene una base fisiológica. Actualmente se han propuesto dos ideas para explicar la existencia del efecto placebo en términos evolutivos. Escuchad la historia completa en este podcast.

Bio-Hack Your Best Life
Placebo vs. Nocebo and the Manifestation of it All

Bio-Hack Your Best Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 90:36


Placebo vs. Nocebo and the Manifestation of it All by Elisabeth Hoekstra and Billy CarsonLearn about the placebo effect, nocebo effect, and how you manifest through each on Bio-Hack Your Best Life podcastThe Recipe to Elevated Consciousness by Elisabeth Hoekstra https://amzn.to/3JWRs7XGrounding products https://bit.ly/3RJt6SvFor more info visithttp://4biddenknowledge.comhttp://elisabethihoekstra.com4biddenknowledge TVhttps://www.4biddenknowledge.tv/browse30 Day Free Trial 4biddenknowledge TV - http://4BK.TV USE COUPON CODE 30DAYSFREE

Addiction Medicine Journal Club

Short on time? In this episode we give you quick summaries of articles 1-10.Association of Habitual Alcohol Intake With Risk of Cardiovascular DiseaseAnalysis of Stimulant Prescriptions and Drug-Related Poisoning Risk Among Persons Receiving Buprenorphine Treatment for Opioid Use DisorderAssociation of Dose Tapering With Overdose or Mental Health Crisis Among Patients Prescribed Long-term OpioidsPostdiagnosis Smoking Cessation and Reduced Risk for Lung Cancer Progression and Mortality: A Prospective Cohort StudyEffect of Medical Marijuana Card Ownership on Pain, Insomnia, and Affective Disorder Symptoms in Adults: A Randomized Clinical TrialOutcomes After Implementation of a Benzodiazepine-Sparing Alcohol Withdrawal Order Set in an Integrated Health Care SystemComparative Effectiveness Associated With Buprenorphine and Naltrexone in Opioid Use Disorder and Cooccurring Polysubstance UseComparative Effectiveness of Opioid Tapering or Abrupt Discontinuation vs No Dosage Change for Opioid Overdose or Suicide for Patients Receiving Stable Long-term Opioid TherapyPercentage of Heavy Drinking Days Following Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy vs Placebo in the Treatment of Adult Patients With Alcohol  Use Disorder: A Randomized Clinical TrialPrescribing Characteristics Associated With Opioid Overdose Following Buprenorphine Taper----------This is Addiction Medicine Journal Club with Dr. Sonya Del Tredici and Dr. John Keenan. We practice addiction medicine and primary care, and we believe that addiction is a disease that can be treated. This podcast reviews current articles to help you stay up to date with research that you can use in your addiction medicine practice. The best part of any journal club is the conversation, and we want to hear what you have to say. To have your opinions about the articles included in a future episode, send us your comments on Twitter or email, or join our Facebook group to continue the discussion.Email: addictionmedicinejournalclub@gmail.com Twitter: @AddictionMedJC Facebook: @AddictionMedJCCredits:Wordsmithing: Spencer KennedyOriginal theme music: composed and performed by Benjamin KennedyAudio production: Angela OhlfestAddiction Medicine Journal Club is intended for educational purposes only, and should not be considered medical advice. The views expressed here are our own, and do not necessarily reflect those of our employers or the authors of the articles we review. All patient information has been modified to protect their identities.

RTL2 : Pop Rock Party
MIX1 - Harry Styles, Placebo, Everything But The Girl dans RTL2 Pop-Rock Party (19/11/22)

RTL2 : Pop Rock Party

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 56:06


Harry Styles - Late Night Talking Coldplay - Adventure Of A Lifetime Imagine Dragons - Bones Calvin Harris Feat. Normani & Tinashe & Offset - Next To You (Kenwork Nu Disco Mix) Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (Pnau Remix) Pink - Never Gonna Not Dance Again Placebo - Try Better Next Time Moby & Nicola Sirkis - This Is Not Our World (Ce N'Est Pas Notre Monde) The Weeknd - Take My Breath Lizzo - About Damn Time (Purple Disco Machine Remix) Gregory Porter - Liquid Spirit (Claptone Remix) Amy Winehouse - Back To Black (Mushtaq Remix) Everything But The Girl - Missing (Todd Terry Club Mix) Ed Sheeran - Celestial Twenty One Pilots - Level Of Concern Paramore - This Is Why

Slacker & Steve
Please, no phones during the concert

Slacker & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 6:22


The 90s band Placebo has started asking people to stay off their phones while they're playing a show. Would you be willing to put your phone away for your favorite band?

Boyce of Reason
s05e24 | Transition: Panacea or Placebo? with KC Miller

Boyce of Reason

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 125:20


The tweet that launched a thousand reeeee's: https://twitter.com/KCMiller1225/status/1579132480975941633?s=20&t=jlDFCSd_4_V7qkiYfAQ84w @KC Miller is a female-to-male-to-female detransitioner whose early childhood trauma and other psychological issues, she thought, would be resolved my surgical and hormonal transition. After engaging in good-faith conversations with other detransitioners, she recognized a lot of similarities and began to speak about her experience on-line, setting of a wave of hate from trans rights influencers and activists. Find her on twitter: https://twitter.com/KCMiller1225 Substack: https://kcmiller.substack.com and Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0WXXVRF3J87X_vDK0JDksg Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce https://cash.app/$benjaminaboyce https://www.buymeacoffee.com/benjaminaboyce --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calmversations/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/calmversations/support

RTL2 : Pop-Rock Station by Zégut
L'INTÉGRALE - Gorillaz, Beastie Boys, Placebo dans RTL2 Pop Rock Station (15/11/22)

RTL2 : Pop-Rock Station by Zégut

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 109:18


Gorillaz - Cracker Island Gary Glitter - Rock & Roll Part 2 The Black Keys - Howlin For You Tropical Gothclub - Needles Blur - Parklife The Black Angels - El Jardin Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth Arctic Monkeys - Body Paint Beastie Boys - She's Crafty Skunk Anansie - Hedonism Beck - Loser Franz Ferdinand - (The Dark Of The) Matinée The Hollies - Long Cool Woman (In A Blackdress) Savages - Evil The Clash - Police On My Back Placebo - This Picture Alias - Fantasy Joan Baez - Diamonds And Rust NOFX - Linoleum Eric Clapton - Sunshine Of Your Love (Live) Stretch - Why Did You Do It Infectious Grooves - Violent & Funky Phoenix - Season 2 Herman S Hermits - No Milk Today Alanis Morissette - Reasons I Drink U2 - Get On Your Boots Eels - Mr. E's Beautiful Blues Sam & Dave - Soul Man BLK JKS - Banna Ba Modimo

The Thought Room
Ep. 70 | Cory Allen | Slow Thoughts for Fast Times

The Thought Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 79:11


Cory Allen is an author, podcast host, meditation teacher and audio engineer from Austin, Texas. His podcast The Astral Hustle explores how to live better, featuring leading experts in mindfulness, neuroscience, and philosophy. His first book Now Is the Way explores mindfulness for modern times, and his online meditation course Release Into Now has helped thousands of people meditate with clear and concise methods to boost coherence, awareness and compassion. He is also a musician, with over a dozen albums of his own, and a mastering engineer for other artists.   Thought Roomies- I started a Telegram channel!!! More than 190+ you have already joined this free community where you'll receive my daily musings, poetry, playlists, meditations, insights, live streams, and more! Want to get into my inner circle? Click here → https://t.me/hallie_rose ←    If You Enjoy The Thought Room Please Subscribe and Give Us a 5-Star Rating ★★★★★ and Review on Apple Podcasts or give us a shoutout on Instagram with your favorite moment from this episode for a chance to be re-shared. Find me on Instagram @hallie_rosebud and @thoughtroompodcast.  If the Thought Room means something to you, I want to know.  Your voice means the world, and YOU matter to me.  Please consider writing me a line or two, or share your excitement by tapping the link below.    ↓Quick link to leave some ♥ LOVE ♥  for The Thought Room: ↓    → https://kite.link/Review ←  As a thank you, download my free gift to you: 5 Minutes to Freedom Meditation  https://www.hallierose.com/meditation This episode is sponsored by:   Alive Water  Click here —> alivewaters.com Use the coupon code “THOUGHTROOM” for 15% off!   Upgraded Formulas Click here —> upgradedformulas.com Use the coupon code “THOUGHTROOM” for 15% off your first purchase!   3rd Eye Cacao:  Click here —> https://thirdeyecacao.com/thoughtroom Use the coupon code “THOUGHTROOM” for 15% off!   Why cacao? As an excellent alternative to coffee, cacao is rich in theobromine, a native relative to caffeine. Theobromine's heart-opening effects energize the body and elevate the mood.  Third Eye Cacao is organically grown, hand picked and sun-dried. Just boil water— Third Eye Cacao is easy enough for your morning ritual, and pure enough to be used for cacao ceremonies! (Check out Ep. 40 with Third Eye Founder, Neil Ryan Dumra).    Somatic Release Breathwork:  Click here —> Somatic Release Breathwork Training with Steven Jaggers Use the coupon code “THOUGHTROOM” for $200 off in-person or online training!   Ra Optics Blue Light Blockers Click here —> RaOptics.com Use the coupon code “THOUGHTROOM” for 15% off your online purchase! Topics Explored:    17:59 - Meditation as a gateway to alleviate stress and understand the subjectivity of human perception Process of thinking not necessarily as what we think but how we think  How Cory taught himself meditation through philosophy and practice as a means to process his upbringing How meditation can help us process identity shifts and create our own pathways 32:03 - Music and art as a medicine to help us influence mood and move energy  36:35 - How to start your own meditation and mindfulness practice with simple breathwork 45:30 - Can meditation stimulate the body to do its own self-healing?  Placebo effects and self-healing versus sustained frequency 53:49 - What is a thought, and what are we really registering when we have one?  The embodiment of thoughts and the connection between thoughts and emotions 1:12:28 - How to refine, cut the fat, and embrace change to come home to yourself Resources:   Cory's Website | cory-allen.com Cory on IG | @heycoryallen Cory's The Astral Hustle podcast Now Is the Way by Cory Allen Release Into Now meditations by Cory Allen The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer Connect with Hallie Rose: Thought Room IG | https://www.instagram.com/thoughtroompodcast/  Hallie Rose IG | https://www.instagram.com/hallie_rosebud/ YouTube |http://bit.ly/ThoughtRoomYouTube  Website | www.thoughtroompodcast.com    WAYS TO SUPPORT THIS SHOW!    → SUBSCRIBE: Apple, Spotify, YouTube     → LEAVE A SHORT APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW: https://kite.link/Review  Would you please consider leaving a typed review on Apple Podcasts? It takes less than 60 seconds and even a line or two makes a really big difference in helping to land prominent guests and help others discover the show!    →  SHARE: Spread the word! Text a friend this episode!  Tag @hallie_rosebud @thoughtroompodcast on your IG story or feed

Rheumnow Podcast
ACR2022 - Day 1.2

Rheumnow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 23:48


(EMBARGO UNTIL MONDAY) Adequate Dosing of Hydroxychloroquine: Are Patients Getting Enough? Dr. Sheila Reyes, The Phillipines Abstract 1654. A Year in Review Dr. Jack Cush, Philadelphia Differences in Clinical Presentation and Outcomes of Early vs Late Onset PsA Dr. Olga Petryna, New York Abstract 0377 mTORC1 as a Driver of Inflammation in sJIA Connecting Pathogens of sJIA and MAS Dr. Olga Petryna, New York Abstract 0004 Patient Reported Outcomes in PsA Using Novel IL 17A Inhibitor Dr. Sims discusses abstract 0199 presented at ACR22 Convergence in Philadelphia, PA. Abstract 0199: Izokibep, a Novel IL-17A Inhibitor, Improves Patient-reported Outcomes – 16-Week Results from a Placebo-controlled Phase 2 Study in Patients with Active Psoriatic Arthritis The CONSUL Trial Dr. Sheila Reyes, The Phillipines Abstract 0526 What's Happening on the Hill? Dr. Rachel Tate talks with Dr. Angus Worthing about ACR22 Convergence Session # 12S119 about legislative updates.

Beer and Conversation with Pigweed and Crowhill

The boys drink and review a fresh hop IPA from Stone Brewing, then discuss common biases in the way we think. Cognitive biases are examples of ways in which our brains can point us down a non-rational path. But why do we have these biases? Why did they evolve? Could it be that there are situations where it's better not to be rational? The boys discuss as they review the following examples. * Reactance * The framing effect * The availability heuristic * The sunk cost fallacy * Groupthink * Declinism * Self-serving bias * The Placebo effect * In-group bias * The halo effect * The curse of knowledge * Anchoring * Confirmation bias It's good to be aware of these departures from strictly rational thinking, but it's also good to be aware of why we have them in the first place.

Cutting Against The Grain
85. Ownership and How to Placebo the Holidays

Cutting Against The Grain

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 54:27


Today's episode is sponsored by KetoCon 2023. Ketocon is returning to Austin, TX on April 21 through 23rd in 2023. Ketocon is the largest event in the U.S. focused solely on the science and stories of living a ketogenic diet and lifestyle. I'm excited to share that for the month of November KetoCon is offering the 3-day pass for the Early Bird Price of only $100. Get your Early Bird 2023 tickets here._____In this episode, Laura and Judy discuss the importance of consistency, ownership, discipline and how to really make it through the holidays (and life, in general).Judy's mom celebrates 70th birthdayCarnivore dialBeing realistic about the holidaysDisciplineMoment by momentConsistent by being non-perfectOwnershipExpectation effectNocebo and placeboDiet as a journeyInfluencers vs. driver's seatBalance of happiness and healthLife plan_____ RESOURCESChris BellCarnivore75HardThe Expectation EffectJohn Sarno's Healing Back PainJim Rohn7 Habits of Highly Effective PeopleSPONSORS: KetoCon: Ketocon is returning to Austin, TX on April 21 through 23rd in 2023. KetoCon is offering the 3-day pass for the Early Bird Price of only $100. Get your Early Bird 2023 tickets here at https://cvent.me/v88gPx?RefId=CATGJUDY'S RESOURCES:Judy's Book, Carnivore CureFree #Carnivore75Hard ProgramNutrition with Judy ArticlesNutrition with Judy ResourcesJudy's InstagramNutrition with Judy PodcastJudy's YouTubeJudy's Facebook_____ LAURA'S RESOURCES: Laura's LocalsLaura's Discount Codes & InterviewsLaura's AmazonLaura's YouTubeLaura's Instagram_____ DISCLAIMER: This podcast should never be considered medical advice. We always recommend working with your medical team. Do not self-diagnose. Always seek medical guidance when you have a medical condition.Get your 3-day Early Bird 2023 tickets here for only $100. Sale ends on Dec 1.

Conscious Fertility
12: Conscious Healing with Dr. Shamini Jain

Conscious Fertility

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 60:42


Healing ourselves starts from within. And when we tap into our consciousness, we can heal ourselves in ways that rival traditional medical practice.  Today's guest is Dr. Shamini Jain, a scientist, psychologist, author, and teacher of healing and integrative medicine. She'll teach us how the mind, body, emotion, social, interpersonal, and even environmental connections that we have as human beings are incredibly powerful in fostering healing. She shares her research and clinical studies about how moving energy through the body with practices like breathwork, meditation, tai chi, and yoga can reduce inflammation and stress, and help us find wholeness within ourselves.  There's actually not a big divide between science and spirituality, and with the help of Dr. Shamini's research, we're moving closer to being able to measure actual positive outcomes from committing to conscious work.      Key Topics/Takeaways: Emotions can affect our physical health [3:03] Calming the sympathetic nervous system to reduce inflammation and stress [8:34] Surrendering as a path to healing [12:26] Skepticism and cognitive dissonance in spiritual and scientific studies [15:08] Enhancing our mind-body-energy connection through conscious healing [24:09] Exploring the biofield in cells and the body [28:03] Placebo effect misconceptions [36:48] Episode summary [51:31]   About Dr. Shamini Jain: Shamini Jain, PhD, is a scientist, psychologist, author and teacher.  She is the founder and CEO of the nonprofit Consciousness and Healing Initiative (CHI), a collaborative accelerator of scientists, healers, artists, and educators to help lead humanity to heal themselves.  She received her BA degree in Neuroscience and Behavior from Columbia University and her Ph.D. from the UCSD/SDSU Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology with a research focus in psychoneuroimmunology. She has received numerous awards for her published research studies in integrative health approaches, including biofield healing and meditation.  Her award-winning book with Sounds True Publications, “Healing Ourselves: Biofield Science and the Future of Health '', is available at booksellers worldwide.   Dr. Jain integrates her background in clinical psychology, psychoneuroimmunology, healing arts, vocal performance and East Indian spiritual practice to share with others how they can best heal themselves and live joyful, meaningful lives. Shamini speaks and teaches in diverse venues including TEDx, universities, conferences, hospitals and retreat centers.   Learn more and connect with healing resources at https://www.shaminijain.com/ and www.chi.is.  Find more from Shamini: TEDx Berkeley: We're Wired To Heal Each Other: The Science of Interconnection (www.tinyurl.com/wiredtoheal)    Book with Sounds True Publications: Healing Ourselves: Biofield Science and the Future of Health (www.healingourselvesbook.com)    Free Meditation from Shamini Jain:  https://www.shaminijain.com/free-gift   Dr. Jain's nonprofit, Consciousness and Healing Initiative (sign up for free webinars with leading teachers!)  www.chi.is  How to connect to Lorne Brown online and in person (Vancouver, BC) Acubalance.ca Lornebrown.com   Connect with Lorne and the podcast on Instagram: @acubalancewellnesscentre @conscious_fertility_podcast @lorne_brown_official DISCLAIMER: By listening to this podcast, you agree not to use it as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others. This podcast offers information to help the listener cooperate with physicians, mental health professionals or other healthcare providers in a mutual quest for optimal well-being. We advise listeners to carefully review and understand the ideas presented, and to consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having. Under no circumstances shall Acubalance, any guests or contributors to the Conscious Fertility podcast, or any employees, associates, or affiliates of Acubalance be responsible for damages arising from the use of the podcast.

Emergency Medical Minute
Podcast 828: TXA Dosing Update

Emergency Medical Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 4:12


Contributor: Nick Hatch, MD Educational Pearls: In the setting of traumatic injury, tranexamic acid (TXA) is given to stabilize clots which minimizes bleeding and decreases risk of hemorrhagic shock   Current TXA dose for trauma is 1 g bolus followed by a 1 g infusion; both doses should be given within 3 hours from time of injury  Due to the split dose and narrow window, patients with complicated care, particularly if they require transfer may miss the infusion dose  Various smaller studies have shown that dosing 2 g initially or 2 g followed by a 1 g infusion produces the same patient outcomes and no additional harm  Receiving hospitals should strive to acquire accurate information regarding previous doses of TXA given and confirm timeline of injury    References Roberts I, Shakur H, Coats T, et al. The CRASH-2 trial: a randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation of the effects of tranexamic acid on death, vascular occlusive events and transfusion requirement in bleeding trauma patients. Health Technol Assess. 2013;17(10):1-79. doi:10.3310/hta17100   Ramirez RJ, Spinella PC, Bochicchio GV. Tranexamic Acid Update in Trauma. Crit Care Clin. 2017;33(1):85-99. doi:10.1016/j.ccc.2016.08.004   Spinella PC, Thomas KA, Turnbull IR, et al. The Immunologic Effect of Early Intravenous Two and Four Gram Bolus Dosing of Tranexamic Acid Compared to Placebo in Patients With Severe Traumatic Bleeding (TAMPITI): A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Single-Center Trial. Front Immunol. 2020;11:2085. Published 2020 Sep 8. doi:10.3389/fimmu.2020.02085   Summarized by Kirsten Hughes, MS4 | Edited by John Spartz, MD, & Erik Verzemnieks, MD   In an effort to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in Emergency Medicine, The Emergency Medical Minute is proud to present our 2nd annual Diversity and Inclusion Award. We support increasing the representation of underrepresented groups in medicine and extend this award to individuals applying to emergency medicine residencies during the 2022-2023 cycle. For information on award eligibility and the application process, visit https://emergencymedicalminute.com/edi-award/ Donate to EMM today!

The Chiropractic Forward Podcast: Evidence-based Chiropractic Advocacy
Spinal Cord Stimulator vs. Placebo & Low Back Pain, Chiropractic, And Opioids

The Chiropractic Forward Podcast: Evidence-based Chiropractic Advocacy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 23:35


CF 253: Spinal Cord Stimulator vs. Placebo & Low Back Pain, Chiropractic, And Opioids Today we're going to talk about Spinal Cord Stimulators vs. Placebo & we'll talk about Low Back pain, Chiropractic, And Opioids But first, here's that sweet sweet bumper music Purchase Dr. Williams's book, a perfect educational tool and chiropractic research reference... The post Spinal Cord Stimulator vs. Placebo & Low Back Pain, Chiropractic, And Opioids appeared first on Chiropractic Forward.

The Bledsoe Show
Do You Have Skin in the Game? with Mike & Max

The Bledsoe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 71:26


00:00.00 Dr_ Placebo Pretty funny before they wouldn't They wouldn't know what I wanted like they didn't understand what come sit stay meant so I was like yeah that's Fine. You're just Puppies. You don't understand what I want now. I'm certain that they understand what I want and sometimes they just won't do it. There's like a little rebellion phase that's happening right now. 00:31.38 mikebledsoe This payback. 00:35.46 Dr_ Placebo And well you know so far. We've just been using carrots. Basically no stick for our condition and. 00:45.42 mikebledsoe Ah. 00:54.30 Dr_ Placebo My special lady friend is a really kind soul it it would she would like lose her mind if I struck a dog I don't want to anyway. But I I get this feeling that they know that I'm all bark and no bite. And that's why they're like yeah okay keep talking big fella like I'm just going to do what I want to do. 01:17.51 mikebledsoe Yeah, um I learned this trick for dominating dogs which is you want to make sure you got control of their snout when you do this because I've done this with a big pit before which is you bite their ear so you take like your. 01:32.74 Dr_ Placebo M. 01:34.67 mikebledsoe Your canine and you dig it into their ear until they until they yelp and then they know because that's how dogs talk to each other right? like 1 dog is going to dominate the other and then they they bite an ear or they put their their mouth around their neck and then the other dog kind of gives up. 01:45.40 Dr_ Placebo Right? right. 01:54.57 Dr_ Placebo Ah, oh man, my dogs battle each other so aggressively all day long I mean I'm glad we got two I can't imagine just getting 1 dog and I don't like to say that too much. Because I don't want to make everybody who just got the 1 dog feel bad but it seems like they have some level of communication between them that I will never really understand they're on the same level. You know what? I mean. 02:20.95 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 02:25.85 Dr_ Placebo They can play in a totally different way. They communicate in a totally different way. Um, but man it is it is aggressive and then I remember like oh yeah, playing it is two things. it's ah practice for killing and and it's ah socialization that's that's what play is and for humans that's not how we play typically but that's in the animal kingdom that's what play is that's how you first learn how to how to kill things or not get killed depending on what the animal is. If you look at though I'm trying to think of ah what play looks like for herbivores. It doesn't occur to me right now. But for carnivores there's its play is basically practice for killing and it doesn't it's. Just reminds me of the circle of life. Something needs to die so that you can live and it doesn't matter if you're a vegetarian you got to kill that plant and that plant becomes part of you so it's kind of like the highlander there can be only one like you can. Eat it or it eats you basically and then when you die provided you you don't put yourself into one of those fancy boxes then you get eaten again after it's all said and done and that's ah I mean that's a funny thing maybe not cemeteries aren't funny. 03:56.41 Dr_ Placebo In a traditional sense. Maybe but it is weird that we try to take the the physical body out of the ecosystem. It's a really interesting practice. 04:07.50 mikebledsoe I Mean it's happening. You know we build homes we built. Ah, you know because nothing in nature is Square. You know have straight lines like I look around my house I've got a flat floor flat ceiling flat walls and they all meet at Ninety degree corners. And for the most part So We we basically separate ourselves from nature by putting ourselves in these boxes and then when we die we want to continue the separation So casket we go I need a new buck. This one doesn't have to be as big. 04:24.31 Dr_ Placebo And. 04:36.49 Dr_ Placebo I need and I need a new box. 04:44.60 Dr_ Placebo Um, that is kind of funny. That's like the whole whole life is like I need a new box I need a car that's like a mobile box and then I need a new house and that's a stationary box and then I need a coffin That's a very snug. Ah airtight. 04:58.30 mikebledsoe Yeah, you leave you leave the box. That's your house to get in the box that your car to go to the box. That's your work and or or maybe you're just building boxes for your work too. Like yeah yeah. 05:01.72 Dr_ Placebo Waterproof box. 05:07.72 Dr_ Placebo Oh. 05:14.33 Dr_ Placebo Yeah I mean if you're in construction you're building boxes. Basically it's it's funny. It's just so it's more ah comfortable on the inside right? I'm surprised. There aren't more oh it's It's actually because Ah. Squares tessellate the best so you can line a flat plane full of squares and rectangles. But if you try to do it with Circles. You have a lot of space left over but I think ah, a big dome would be really cool. 05:45.32 mikebledsoe Yeah, there's um I'm sure you've been in some cathedrals where the the ceilings you know they're they just kind of go up into a point where I've been in. Um I've been in big malokas. 05:52.56 Dr_ Placebo Beautiful. 06:00.30 mikebledsoe And the jungle where they're doing medicine ceremony and it all goes up to a point and I heard somebody talking about why don't we build our homes with a point um and or a cathedral like what why don't We build our home like a cathedral where there's this. Point that's going up right? and I think it might be that It's a little ungrounding and your attention gets funneled into that single place whereas with a box you can diffuse your attention a little more easily. 06:39.15 Dr_ Placebo Um I think it's probably that plots of land are rectangular and a rectangular house will maximize your living space on them honestly and. 06:46.70 mikebledsoe I Mean what if you had a rectangular house with ah with your ceilings coming to a point like to a single point like a tepee. 06:57.30 Dr_ Placebo And and no ah, no rooms just 1 big room and. 06:59.49 mikebledsoe Yeah, may well that that would suck So the round room doesn't really. 07:06.40 Dr_ Placebo Right? I mean there there are some cool. Ah, there's some cool domes. There are some really cool like I've looked into it. Ah you know me I've looked into a lot of different alternatives for how to live and how to eat how to live how to exercise like what alternative is there. Let me. 07:15.65 mikebledsoe Ah I mean. 07:22.79 Dr_ Placebo Let me at least examine it and you can you can get a house built like a dome you can buy yourself a plot of land and you can have basically a kit sent to you because it's all triangles you know Buckminster Fullers the inventor of the geodesic dome. And it's ah it's a kit that 2 people can put up this whole thing because it's just like 1 row at a time of the ah same side same size triangles the whole way through and it's really kind of an interesting thing. Um. 08:00.27 Dr_ Placebo But I think a lot of it has to do with the the plots of land and blending in.. There's most places that people live. There's a homogenization right? You you kind of want your house to look sort of like everyone else's and everyone has. This idea of what a house should look like like a fancy house looks like this and a medium fancy house looks like this and a not as cool house looks like this or whatever and we have these ideas of what it should look like right. Um I think it is if you have a rectangular plot of land though you're going to get more ah space with a rectangular house that that's for sure. 08:49.78 mikebledsoe Yeah, well I think we need to start creating triangular plots of land. Let's see what we can do with that you might be able to fit more houses in a single in ah in an area who knows. 09:00.11 Dr_ Placebo Um, that would make the thing that would make the well you also need roads too right? So it's ah it's interesting though to look at um. 09:05.91 mikebledsoe Those damn roads. 09:18.80 Dr_ Placebo Like New York city right is basically a grid like you know if you're on a and tenth street. you know exactly how to get to b and Twelfth street you know exactly how to get there 09:27.74 mikebledsoe Well the but 1 of the best grids on the planet is phoenix completely flat. It is a straight up grid. Well I think about I think about ah like New York or Boston you look at the East Coast and 09:34.65 Dr_ Placebo Because just straight up grids. Yeah. 09:44.51 mikebledsoe A lot of those roads were built when you know it was horse and buggy or carriage and so they're not that wide and then only that they have to they have the there's might be some old buildings that to go around So it's not it is grid but not as great as Phoenix which was way more planned and then you have to worry about the. 09:53.90 Dr_ Placebo Aha. 10:00.49 Dr_ Placebo And more modern right. 10:03.36 mikebledsoe Yeah, the the coastline you have the coastline that you have the that you have to work around. That's why on the west coast like you know like you can end up on a street that you're going east 1 minute and then north the next minute because it's having to go around everything but you go somewhere like Phoenix where it was. 10:17.40 Dr_ Placebo Right? so. 10:19.64 mikebledsoe Laid out in a grid. It's flat. There's nothing to go around is just a desert and now you now you get like this really, you can you can go to a street in Phoenix and look down the road and see blocks and blocks and blocks and blocks down the way without without any any blocking your view. 10:25.91 Dr_ Placebo Great. 10:37.20 Dr_ Placebo Um, and a lot of older cities are are more like um branches of like root systems or capillaries. Like Paris for example, there's like a central location and then it branches off. It's not really a grid. It's more like branches and rings. It's it's really interesting to see how we try to ah transport people around and if ah. If a place is growing um it it actually makes a lot of sense that it would be more like ah, a branching type of thing like a root system. 11:15.75 mikebledsoe Yeah, well I think about shapes and um, what that does relationally for people or communally and one of the things that happens at burning man is everything's done circular so you have the center of the city. 11:21.65 Dr_ Placebo Nothing of 1 11:30.84 Dr_ Placebo And. 11:31.66 mikebledsoe Basically black rock city and then ah the roads are by time so 2 to 15 to 30 so you've got a clock so those are your roads that that extend out and then the rings going around are abcd and of course. 11:42.26 Dr_ Placebo Oh. 11:51.55 mikebledsoe Every year that like the D is different like you know, depending on the theme or whatever. But in this circular community. 12:00.81 Dr_ Placebo So of course I don't understand that less. 12:04.34 mikebledsoe Ah, what do you mean? Oh sorry, No no, no, no like E might be a different word. Yeah elephant one year. Yeah. 12:09.82 Dr_ Placebo Abcd and then it's different like it's bigger or. 12:17.25 Dr_ Placebo Like Elephant Okay, got it? Okay, ah you're like of course I'm like am I supposed to feel stupid now. 12:24.33 mikebledsoe But the whole point of this podcast and see if I can make max feel stupid. But ah it hasn't It hasn't worked I don't know. Ah so that I think the circle um. 12:34.14 Dr_ Placebo I Always feel stupid. Ah. 12:42.60 mikebledsoe When people this is this really cool topic to talk about because we're talking about environment. How environment it's what raises and rings. Yeah Raisin rings are who I like that. So with the raisin rings. What I what I think is happening. There is it. 12:47.58 Dr_ Placebo So it's rays and rings. it's it's rays it's Rays Rays and rings. Yeah. 13:01.51 mikebledsoe Creates more? Um, it's It's hard to to say this is where this ends and this begins as much and there's more opportunity for people to interact from someone across town. So I can just follow this road and then now I'm on the other side of town. 13:20.52 mikebledsoe Whereas with a block. It's like if I want to go? Yeah, you know if I want to go anything other than North Southheast or west if I want to like cut across town then I'm zigzagging or I'm having to make this big loop. But with the raisin rings you you can start at the center and then get anywhere. You want. 13:22.30 Dr_ Placebo So. 13:35.18 Dr_ Placebo A. 13:38.86 mikebledsoe By just pointing and going. So I think there's. 13:47.61 Dr_ Placebo Um, I mean you're always going to have to take somewhat of a circuititous path no matter if it's a grid or raises in rings that's kind of the nature of roads. 13:50.14 mikebledsoe No matter what but I wonder I wonder what creates how what the social impact is if we're say say you're in ah and a structure you go into a tepee. 14:03.17 Dr_ Placebo And. 14:05.59 mikebledsoe Or you go into like a lot of like places where you do ceremony. They're all circular structures almost always yeah and it's because it it's like diminishes hierarchy and then ah. 14:16.80 Dr_ Placebo Nights of the round table. Totally. 14:24.10 mikebledsoe I Think it makes things more communal people are more if you're sitting in a circle you're more likely to talk to each other than if you're sitting in a square then it kind of feels a little weird. So I wonder. 14:34.83 Dr_ Placebo Or like a big long rectangular desk where I sit at the head of the table in a really really big chair which is of course how I like to have all my interactions with all my lackeys lining the sides. 14:36.42 mikebledsoe Um, yeah, exactly? Yeah, so yeah. 14:48.71 mikebledsoe A good example like I had dinner a few weeks ago where there was a dozen of us at a table at a restaurant and half the table I didn't talk to almost the entire time. But if we were sitting in a circle. It would have been a completely different experience so thinking about cities that are designed to be squares or circles. Um. 14:53.16 Dr_ Placebo Yeah, right. 15:03.46 Dr_ Placebo M. 15:08.71 mikebledsoe Also I I heard this recently that ah cities that are more circular based get more rain on average I need to find the information like actual data on that. But yeah. 15:27.32 mikebledsoe Yeah. 15:27.47 Dr_ Placebo More rain all fit I mean that's ah I have no clue what you're talking about I Understand the words you said and I wonder if it has to do with places that have more rainfall had. Earlier civilization and earlier civilizations had more circular ah systems of travel. But yeah, that's really interesting. Yeah. 15:53.14 mikebledsoe Could be could be yeah I Just I think about um the older I get the more I think about how the environment is shaping. People's behavior in general because I think that the majority. 16:07.33 Dr_ Placebo Button. 16:10.68 mikebledsoe I know we talk about incentives here a lot too. But if you look at in what your environment and how that shapes someone's behavior and then the incentives put in place those 2 things are likely the biggest drivers of ah behavior. 16:21.32 Dr_ Placebo Click m. 16:29.33 Dr_ Placebo Yeah, right? So where where you are and then the carrots and the sticks. Basically when I was doing a lot of ah virtual reality. It made me think a lot about environment because when you set up ah like a fancy. 16:29.94 mikebledsoe Yeah. 16:47.13 Dr_ Placebo Vr system. They have basically different areas where you can do different stuff. It's very compartmentalized and of course as you know I've been learning a lot about compartmentalizing with the puppies because you need to have them in a specific zone that is cleared. For puppies to not destroy all your shit basically and then you know I had this idea of basically you have a console for work and that's where you always do work and then you have a console or you have an area for eating. And that's where you always do your eating and then you have a place where you do your bathing and your bathrooming and we sort of have that. But um, just to even focus it down even more So. There's no question about what you do. When you're in a specific Area. You're like okay I'm at the console I'm doing ah you know writing and emails boom and that's the only thing I do in that place and when you're in a virtual reality. It's It's exactly that you can't do. Anything else because as soon as you're like oh I think I'm going to play a game. You actually are like teleported basically to a different place so you're not even there Anymore. So I think that's actually pretty valuable is to have a place where you go to work. 18:18.83 Dr_ Placebo Place where you go to eat a place where you do this. It's not necessarily very very flexible. But I think it can help you get into that laser versus the lantern type of focus. 18:29.11 mikebledsoe What you know? ah when Covid hit a lot of people were concerned that you know work wasn't going to get done and then they found out that people were working even more hours when they were working from home and they're. 18:45.40 Dr_ Placebo E. 18:46.55 mikebledsoe Inability to compartmentalize work from the rest of their life was demonstrated and and a lot of people didn't know how to manage that. 18:57.91 Dr_ Placebo So so so they all became entrepreneurs. 19:01.95 mikebledsoe Well, ah, the the amount of freelancers that exist is has skyrocketed in the last few years Tons of new freelancers. Um I did a presentation recently where I was highlighting that it was um I want to. Can I remember off top my head I want to say at least 15 % of the workforce in the us of freelancers maybe more um and it's just like it's growing at ah at such a fast pace and it's and it's a sign of the decentralization of. Of labor and ah these companies don't want to have you know people don't stay with the company for 203040 years anymore like they used to the last time I heard a figure on it was the average and this was like. Ten years ago they were talking about how average employment link has gone from 30 years to 7 I'm sure it's more like three or four years now so people are switching jobs a lot faster. Um companies want to be more agile. 20:05.13 Dr_ Placebo Whoa. 20:12.81 mikebledsoe Which means they need to be able to exchange their people out faster which means that employment contracts get replaced with with and and people are becoming more specialized due to technology. So now it's like I specifically work in this type of marketing you can hire my firm which might just be me. 20:26.63 Dr_ Placebo Who. 20:32.42 mikebledsoe And might be me and a team and now I'm ah now I'm contractor so now these what's happening is companies are even the big ones are reducing the amount of employees they have and they're increasing the amount of ten ninety nine s they have the the contractors. 20:35.89 Dr_ Placebo Right. 20:50.17 Dr_ Placebo In. 20:50.38 mikebledsoe And um I my theory is this is this is part of the why they want to hire 87000 irs agents is because you have a bunch of people who have had taxes deducted out of their paycheck. 21:01.93 Dr_ Placebo I. 21:09.32 mikebledsoe Every paycheck for their entire life. They just went freelancer. They just turned ten ninety nine they didn't file their they didn't ah pay quarterly payments. They went to file realized they didn't have the money to pay the tax and not only that we're in the middle of recession. 21:17.12 Dr_ Placebo So. 21:27.88 mikebledsoe So and people are out of money already anyway and so now that's one I'm sure that's a ah factor. It's playing in in this decision try to squeeze the middle class more All these freelancers is ah is because of ah. 21:31.97 Dr_ Placebo And. 21:42.62 Dr_ Placebo I. 21:46.15 mikebledsoe People don't know how to file their taxes now. So now they gotta hunt these people down. 21:54.29 Dr_ Placebo Well I mean I I think it's even more simple than that if you hire a bunch of those thugs. It's ah 2 ways to win and no ways to lose because you're not even paying them with money that you earn you're paying them with money that you steal. So It's like.. It's kind of like two ways to win and no ways to lose which is a good way to go through life If You're an individual like give yourself opportunities where you have multiple ways to win and no ways to lose. Ah so I think it's more just like they can and why wouldn't they if that's their prerogative. But. 22:26.93 mikebledsoe Yeah, um, no. 22:30.90 Dr_ Placebo I Mean we don't want to have the whole podcast be ah, just about that. Probably just just another episode of fucking Max Angry. Ah. Episode 51 max is pissed Again. Ah. 22:50.41 mikebledsoe Ah, it's not fair. 22:53.35 Dr_ Placebo Ah, oh man, but it's not fair, but then again like once again like it's so important to have perspective and recognize that there's this constant rebalancing between business. And state where the the business is like okay you know you're going to work in our coal mine and by the way we have a little general store on the way out so you can spend all your money at our general store after your you know. 23:25.56 mikebledsoe That I tell you about this. 23:28.16 Dr_ Placebo 12 hour shift in the coal mine you know because I feel I feel like ah yeah, yeah, yeah, like only 30 episodes ago. Ah like you you basically have your you basically own this little work town more or less. 23:33.55 mikebledsoe Yeah man that shit blew my mind. 23:46.97 Dr_ Placebo And South Park app actually did a little episode about that. Ah, where all a lot of the people were working for Amazon and then ordering packages on Amazon so they basically just got a job at Amazon doing grunt work. So they could support their habit of buying shit from Amazon it's like work 16 hours what do you get another day older and deeper in it. It sounds and it's like this whole thing. Ah so there there's like a constant. You know rebalancing of that right? but it still it still falls into the natural order of an alpha dominating everybody else and it doesn't matter if you're a wolf or something like that. You know it doesn't matter what animal. There's always this pyramid. Type hierarchy and um, you know that's I know you talk about decentralization a lot where everybody is more or less free to make their own choices and once again, that's what that's what America was originally intended to be I think was. Everybody's more um, sovereign over their choices and the consequences of those choices which is a big part of it right. 25:05.19 mikebledsoe Yeah, with that comes the responsibility right? The yeah and that's I mean I think that's the key to the development of consciousness and people's ability to get in greater contact with reality is to. Suffer the consequences or reap the rewards of your behavior and when you're shielded from any of that. 25:32.58 Dr_ Placebo And that's also the worst. Oh that's also the worst type of governance is when the people making the decisions don't assume the consequences for their behavior right. 25:45.11 mikebledsoe Right? Well this this happens in um and business as Well, right? So when we look at and it usually so government creates Corporate. You know the idea of corporations right. Some some businessman comes along and says look if you allow me to create a corporation then I can and it'll shield me from liability from personally personally from my decisions in business and they go Oh. There's a great idea. It's gonna make a lot easier for. For investors. 26:26.93 mikebledsoe I lost you for a second you there? Okay, good. Um and so and so this idea that people are now shielded from liability now you've got. 26:27.22 Dr_ Placebo Yep. 26:32.78 Dr_ Placebo Oh yeah, I'm here. 26:43.76 mikebledsoe You know, ah was just we can take it up and in their notch. You know you got Pfizer who was had the largest fraud case in all of human history and had to pay out all you know how much money it was it was a ridiculous amount. Not as much as Alex Jones Doesn have to pay for running his mouth but ah, that wasn't a fraud case. So this is like 1 of the biggest fraud cases in all of history less than a slap on the wrist and then ah, what. And which results in people dying. The results are people dying and what happens with a Ceo fizer the one who's ultimately responsible for the company. Nothing nothing the company pays the fee pays the fine. No repercussion. And a lot of people go well, that's capitalism and I go no this is this is a people who are capitalistic who are capitalizing on the use of government for violence so without without them leveraging government. Pfizer would be in every individual if you take the government out. Well then people start looking around with well who do we blame you know and you can start pointing fingers now I don't think that I think that the. 28:12.29 mikebledsoe Even going after the Ceo of a company that just makes a drug is a diffusion of responsibility I would say what doctor prescribed this doctors are are shielded from liability as long as they follow these rules now they can't be found guilty of anything in court. Even if they were truly negligent and not practicing medicine appropriately as long as they follow the algorithm so you have all these things all these rules that are put in place. All these things are shielding liability that create an environment where people actually. Are not practicing judgment from moment to moment. They're just doing what they're told. 28:57.60 Dr_ Placebo Like which is what you would want if you were in charge hundred percent like if I'm in charge I don't want people questioning what I say I would like to have a small secret group of advisors. 28:59.31 mikebledsoe Um, which is yeah. 29:15.61 Dr_ Placebo That help me make decisions but I wouldn't want the broad population to question anything I'm saying under any circumstance because that would just make things very difficult to do what I want right? So It makes sense that you would not want that. What's. Interesting to me is you know there's all this like wrongful death. Let's call it I think that's what we would Call. That's let's call it wrongful death if you can if you can pay a fine for wrongful death. Why can't you have a slave. 29:52.24 mikebledsoe Ah. 29:53.14 Dr_ Placebo Like like if there's a number that they've decided is like okay that's all right? You paid the money you you do your thing That's fine like why can't you have an indentured servant or something like that. It just seems I don't know. 30:09.77 mikebledsoe Stop using your logic max. You're gonna you might trigger somebody. Ah. 30:17.75 Dr_ Placebo It's like we try to say oh you can't value a human life and yet we do all the time. 30:21.34 mikebledsoe Ah, it's worth $15 an hour for minimum wage for for minimum people. Um. 30:33.61 mikebledsoe I Mean we do have all right all right? So so. 30:35.58 Dr_ Placebo Yeah, it's It's a little bit weird the way we try to like value human life. Ah like monetarily it sort of makes sense I guess like what you'd like I don't know the way that we. 30:44.40 mikebledsoe Well, this is how I break it down look. 30:51.48 Dr_ Placebo The way that we punish wrongdoing is really weird it Most of the time doesn't really provide any relief to the victimized party right? Someone commits a crime and we're like we're going to send you to Jail but then the victim is just fucked basically still. 31:07.60 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 31:11.38 Dr_ Placebo So the taxpayers foot the bill of this alleged criminal now. But there's no like rested I mean once again like a lot of the stuff is done as badly as possible but like you say it's all about the incentives at play more than anything. 31:24.30 mikebledsoe Yeah, if someone wrongs somebody else or say we want to be humane right? We're not going to pay him back? Yeah, so like you Rob somebody maybe you you injure somebody and. 31:31.95 Dr_ Placebo Pay him back. Pay him back. 31:41.67 mikebledsoe They lose an eye or an arm or whatever it is. They can't do their work anymore. It's like all right? Well now you're working for them. You're not gonna enter. 31:50.63 Dr_ Placebo Insurance companies figure it out insurance companies figure out exactly how much they're willing to pay if you hurt your leg. They know exactly if you have a pancrea Titis they have a schedule. 31:55.35 mikebledsoe Exactly. 32:06.63 Dr_ Placebo For exactly how much they're going to pay to help you resolve your pancreatitis. So why don't we have I mean look you just put me in charge and I will fix everything ah right before I'm assassinated. 32:08.30 mikebledsoe Um I Love how we're solving all the world's problems right now. 32:20.75 mikebledsoe Ah, yeah, so I mean this is interesting like you're right? There are all sorts of formulas for figuring out what the cost should be so somebody injures somebody else. It's like okay you owe me X amount of dollars and you've you've got to give me. 32:27.25 Dr_ Placebo And then ah. 32:40.88 mikebledsoe 2 wo-thirds of your money that you make until then and so you're basically you basically lose your freedom of labor and time and of your own life in exchange for your wrongdoing and no one had to die that person could still improve their skills. 32:44.49 Dr_ Placebo Right. 33:00.25 mikebledsoe As a and they're late their skills of labor that could still contribute to society. They could still help build the wealth of the society and the person who is wrong gets made right. 33:13.89 Dr_ Placebo Well and that's what taxation is right? It's part-time servitude and people don't recognize what an imposition that is especially when you consider the fact that there's no incentive for the people spending those stolen dollars to be efficient with them. You know. 33:25.68 mikebledsoe Um, right? But what about the roads max. What about the roads. 33:33.53 Dr_ Placebo Um, we would We would never have roads ever unless we were like deeply gouged every fucking year. There's no way. No one would think to lay down asphalt. 33:41.42 mikebledsoe A lot of the roads out in California were not poured by anyone wasn't paid for gut by government. It was private roads that were built by lumber companies and other things that were later. 33:49.24 Dr_ Placebo I Mean it's ridiculous like these arguments. But. 34:00.60 mikebledsoe Purchased by the government but government didn't build those roads. 34:06.55 Dr_ Placebo Well and just to push back I agree with you and I'm also glad that we didn't just let the lumber companies go full hog and completely take down every tree that existed in the western side of the United States because when you start looking at how efficient we have gotten at processing the environment. It is. It is really insane honestly, how good we are at catching fish. How good we are at processing lumber. Um the speed with which we can. Expand and procreate I mean even with relatively few offspring ah per couple per coupling. We can spread crazy fast. Um and I was I was watching this thing the other day it was about. 35:03.98 Dr_ Placebo Another animal documentary. You know I love that stuff and these fish these fish these herring on near Vancouver island they go to lay their eggs. There. They do 20000 eggs per fish up to and they they plant them all individually. Everywhere. So. There's this huge influx of like a million fish. They each drop off like 20000 eggs and a lot of them get eaten by in the environment and then you have these wolves on Vancouver Island and they have like 2 wolf pups like 2 compared to 20000 so the amount of sophistication required and the investment per offspring is so significant the more complex of an animal you get. But I mean look how crazy good humans are at keeping offspring alive. It's incredible. So. On the one hand I guess I'm glad we didn't just go total free rain on ah you know, cutting down all the forests and eating every single animal. Um, but at the same time There's an incentive if you're a lumberjack to not. Ah, cut down every single tree right? So once again, you just want the incentives to be in place I always think of the Roman Bridge builders that's like my favorite example, you build a bridge you have to stand underneath it when we test it out that that's my favorite example. 36:33.23 mikebledsoe Yeah. 36:40.89 Dr_ Placebo So when you're looking for someone who's going to work for you. Make sure that their performance and their incentive are related. Simple is that if you're looking for work ah make sure that your performance and incentive are related. And all the other stuff we're talking about is mostly mental masturbation. Um, because it doesn't really affect the bottom line of what an individual can do what an individual can do is um, get clear on their values. And figure out how to provide value so value and values and regardless of what you decide to do as a profession just make sure that the incentive and the ah consequences are in the like the same place. Basically. So you can get so you can earn more if you do better and you earn less if you do worse and that way you really have Um, you're like the master of your destiny so to speak. 37:43.94 mikebledsoe I Want to go back to the lumberjacks. So there's no one So there's an incentive for them not to cut everything down but the problem is sometimes people are short sighted. You need somebody else to come in with an objective. 37:59.22 Dr_ Placebo True. 37:59.67 mikebledsoe And objective perspective and go hey hey I'm looking at the bigger picture here. Don't do that anymore. Do it like this and then people either listen or don't listen, but that's where government comes in this because the government says well you have to listen to me or else I'll conduct violence on you? yeah. 38:17.44 Dr_ Placebo Shoot you right? or put you in a box back to our boxes. We'll put it. We'll put you in a box that you don't want to be in you want to be in this other box. But we're going to put you in this one. 38:18.40 mikebledsoe So you know yeah. 38:31.43 mikebledsoe So How do you?? How do you motivate people I mean some people will argue that um I mean I do which is the lack of of ah the repercussions hitting that person individually is what's keeping them From. Understanding their their um the impact they're having and that's been going on generation after generation after generation they're shielded from it so people are actually become too dumb to realize the the impacts of of their behavior. So How do we. 39:07.96 mikebledsoe How do we do? How do we do that without threatening violence like how do we get people to expand their awareness and not do dumb stuff without threatening them. 39:07.99 Dr_ Placebo Well ignorance it. 39:21.76 Dr_ Placebo Ah, well, it's like ah it's like heaven and hell basically it's it's a carrot or a stick and people are the natural condition of humans is ignorance the natural condition of any animal. Ignorance so you need to have some sort of carrot and some sort of stick and ah heaven and hell are really good examples of that but you need to have some sort of ah constructive incentive I Think that's why religion did work so Well. And has continued to work really well because it's like ah it's It's an untouchable goodness and badness like you can't even imagine how excellent heaven is and you can't even imagine how awful hell could possibly be.. You're like oh. You know about hell if you burned your hand.. It's like way worse than burning your hand.. It's like a thousand times worse than that and it's forever and you're like oh fuck forever that seems like a really long Time. You're like okay I guess I won't covet. My Neighbor's goods or something like that right? so. I Guess it's kind of the same thing. Um and some people don't give a shit about whether the local wildlife stays alive and some people take it way too Far. They're like oh you can't You can't build this. 40:52.70 Dr_ Placebo Bridge here because it's going to impact the spawning of the the spotted pigmy something or other you know what I mean and you have like 5 ah people working full time to figure out and. Make up some fancy charts about why it's bad that you can't ah bad to build that bridge. So I don't I don't think there's a definitive answer other than you need to have with any group you need to have some sort of hierarchy because it's got to ultimately be somebody's decision. 41:29.66 mikebledsoe Yeah, um I guess my question is does the hierarchy need to need to include violence you you guys just that's human nature. We need somebody who's gonna like to say you know what you better behave wrong gonna beat you down. 41:38.85 Dr_ Placebo Well I think. 41:50.73 Dr_ Placebo You know, a lot of people are robbing stores right now. Um from what I understand and I don't know if I'm getting bad information or not well I mean at my local home Depot I See a lot of ah tools. 41:54.57 mikebledsoe I mean it's mostly in in Northern California 42:07.15 mikebledsoe Ah, ah. 42:07.86 Dr_ Placebo That are now locked up that were no were not locked up before and ah, you know there are some like there are some things that you can go on like next door and it's mostly a bunch of curtain twitchers like look lo and busybodies. 42:22.41 mikebledsoe Yeah. 42:27.76 Dr_ Placebo Just like oh can you believe these damn kids were riding their bikes without a helmet and it's like yes, kids are stupid and 1 of them might die and that'll be really sad but like do we really need to talk about it. Um, but they also discuss like what's going look and and you might die. 42:36.10 mikebledsoe Ah I never wore a helmet when I was a kid just for the record. 42:46.57 Dr_ Placebo You know it's just you got to accept the consequences right? code of Hamurabi had clear consequences for every crime if you pluck out a man's eye your eye gets plucked out if you kill a man you get killed if you rape a woman. Have to marry her and pay her dad 50 silver shekels. It's really weird rules but they had a clear consequence for every crime that there was and so people are talking about folks just walking out of stores with a bunch of stuff and I can't imagine. Being a business that's open all the time that people can just jack your stuff and walk out because the consequences of trying to stop them. Are you probably get sued or something crazy like that which is. Is way worse. We're talking like ah you know the litigiousness of our of our culture is so pathetic. Honestly, it's ah it really makes it harder for everybody. 43:51.77 mikebledsoe Well this is the difference between what I saw between California and Florida we could take the 2 extremes here is you had people writing and stealing and all that stuff and in California you know you actually tried to stop. 44:08.43 Dr_ Placebo And. 44:10.29 mikebledsoe Like if you harm somebody and trying to stop them from stealing from you like you're going to be in trouble and they're not going to charge a person for theft and they're just like no property rights just aren't honored there or in Florida my buddy he lives in Miami and. All the rightots were were going pretty strong like two and a half years ago and I forget exactly what what person in government said this you know don't know if it was like the sheriff or if it was the mayor or the governor or whoever it was they were like all right. If you own a store and people are coming in that try to Rob you, you can shoot them. We encourage you to they basically encourage the behavior that you're gonna get you know? Ah, ah, what's it called. They're gonna try to do something to you in California. So. 44:56.92 Dr_ Placebo And. 45:06.18 mikebledsoe All these business owners. They're like okay so they go to their stores. They aren't armed I think 1 or 2 guys got shot they died and then all the writing stopped and it it's the you that um. 45:06.81 Dr_ Placebo Right. 45:16.48 Dr_ Placebo Yeah Incentives work the incentive to not get shot is tremendous. 45:26.47 mikebledsoe But the thing is is what you have in in Florida was the government getting out of the way you say you know what we're actually not going to ah get in the way of you protecting your life your property. Your labor because your property is your labor It's a product of your labor and you know our job is to make sure that ah we're not going to fuck that up and that if someone else comes and fucks up your your property your labor your your life then we're going to help you know, bring. 45:53.27 Dr_ Placebo Yep. 46:04.00 mikebledsoe Some type of ah Justice there. But in the meantime if you are going to be able to bring your own justice very quickly and defend yourself because if you break if someone breaks into your house. They have to me they initiated violence. They just. They broke a window. They didn't harm me physically but they they have just that they put their life on the line there because I have no idea what their intentions are right. 46:36.70 Dr_ Placebo I totally agree and you don't have enough time to figure out if they're just trying to take your television or if they're trying to murder you and then take your television like there's no way to tell so basically in Florida what they did is they. 46:45.38 mikebledsoe There's no way to tell. 46:53.29 mikebledsoe Right? right. 46:54.37 Dr_ Placebo They did not interfere with self-defense. That's all they didn't do right? So if you just don't interfere with self-defense things have a way of rebalancing themselves and it reminds me of when I was in Oklahoma with ah my grandpa. 47:12.21 Dr_ Placebo He took me to this jewelry store where ah we didn't have to go there like he wasn't going to pick up jewelry or anything. He just knew the owner of the jewelry store and wanted me to meet this guy and see the bullet holes in the wall. 47:28.29 mikebledsoe Ah, and yeah. 47:28.30 Dr_ Placebo Because this guy I was like fourteen years old I was like whoa this is pretty heavy stuff. Ah, and so basically some some guy came into the jewelry store and said to the owner give me your money but the jewelry store owner had a shotgun mounted. Underneath the ah ah like display case and he just fired out like both barrels of a shotgun basically and he left the little beeb's ah, some of them were red some like red Beebe's in the far wall and he just left them. There. And I was just saying wow that is like a strong incentive to not do that and it's like if that's not ah if it's not okay to defend yourself. Do you really want to be part of that group and I think for most rational people they would say no. Right? I don't want to just be a sitting duck. Basically. 48:27.59 mikebledsoe Yeah, well I think it's um I found it interesting over the last couple years how a lot of the same people who have been preaching consent around sex are the same ones that. 48:43.54 Dr_ Placebo Oh yeah. 48:45.60 mikebledsoe Ah, will be the first ones be like don't defend yourself and went from things that aren't rape. It's like it's like it's like it's like ah sex gets put in a super special category I think I think I. 48:52.82 Dr_ Placebo Totally. 49:03.61 Dr_ Placebo Rape is not about sex Rape is not about sex. It is about choice almost everybody really likes sex. It's just that they want it to be their choice right? That's it. It's like most people like food. 49:11.00 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 49:20.80 mikebledsoe Yeah. 49:20.57 Dr_ Placebo They just don't want to be like force fed food through a funnel or something like that. It's all about choice. It has nothing to do with sex is like just barely the ah the medium for that removal of choice. 49:32.29 mikebledsoe Yeah I think I think when it comes to sex is extra touchy because women specifically are at a disadvantage in those scenarios right? It's very rare. 49:45.93 Dr_ Placebo Well why would you say that I don't understand can you explain because women are just as strong as men. 49:52.38 mikebledsoe So ah. 49:57.86 mikebledsoe Ah, they can also have penises. 50:04.50 Dr_ Placebo And their penises are just as big. Ah god. 50:04.70 mikebledsoe Ah, yeah, ah actually to make this a little bit more clear for people. Um, yeah, if you're if you're a man then your your job and for sex is to penetrate and then for the woman is to receive that Penetration. So. 50:22.56 Dr_ Placebo Oh God I've been doing it all wrong. 50:26.76 mikebledsoe Ah, so ah, yeah, it that the the the penetrators are are more likely to be the rapist is what I'm getting at so that's right the point. 50:38.31 Dr_ Placebo The penetrators are the perpetrators is what you're saying. 50:42.38 mikebledsoe More often than not so um, so I think that in our society sex is ah yeah, that for some reason it's way touchier when it comes to consent when it comes to sex but it. There it when it comes to physical violence or when it comes to injecting people with experimental drugs go going to War Consent. It's I. 51:11.10 Dr_ Placebo Going to war taxation. 51:16.78 mikebledsoe Tell people who go who have the realization that I'm um, talking about here and they go holy shit like these people are like arguing for consent here but not over here and there's a lot of things like that I go. Well yeah, it's because people don't understand principles. People are. Ah, if they were actually principally based they would then say well consent matters in every situation. There are no special occasions for when consent is is not okay or you know isn't isn't useful. 51:53.63 Dr_ Placebo Agreed greed. 51:54.25 mikebledsoe And so ah, the majority of people in politics the majority of people who care about politics are very hypocritical so you know if you're getting mad at somebody else about you know because if you look at the left. They basically say we want consent for this but not this if you look at the right They say the same thing we want consent for this but not this and they're basically just arguing over who's going to be able to boss the other one around and who's going to not be bossed around. 52:29.21 Dr_ Placebo Right? There's like 5 things that they'll never agree on and never budge an inch and then 1000000 things that everybody agrees on because it's just super obvious and that's what keeps people divided the five things that no one will budge on. 52:35.67 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, the 5 the 5 things. 52:49.10 Dr_ Placebo Ah, yeah, you're 100% right it is all about consent I think um I mean there's not much else to say really, it's just that people are trapped where they're just feeling something. 53:02.65 mikebledsoe 5 my. 53:04.75 Dr_ Placebo Something just feels wrong to them. But the other thing feels right to them and we're we're trained to seek authority from some higher figure and that person is going to make it right. That Authority figure is going to make it right? and it's always like people are always in favor of that people want the leader with a big stick who says my way or the highway until the other guy gets in charge like I feel like a broken record sometimes. But it's like everybody is like oh we hate that guy in Charge. He's doing all these executive orders and then the next guy comes in and they're like yeah look at our guy taking charge making those executive orders. It's like no dude What? like? okay. 53:53.18 mikebledsoe I. 54:00.46 mikebledsoe Terrible. 54:02.11 Dr_ Placebo Democracy is also a bad idea. That's why capitalism at least true capitalism would be a lot better because look if 51% of the people vote that it's okay to rape the other 49 of their stuff or their anuses. Whatever. Right? It doesn't matter. That's okay, according to democracy because it's still just glorified mob rule that they put their leader in charge and they can pretty much do whatever the fuck they want because they have the biggest stick around and it's just crazy that people think that is the best way to go go about it. Rather than mostly leaving it up to the individuals each and every day to decide what they value and how they want to spend their dollars how they want to spend their time how they want to spend their ah resources right. 54:51.12 mikebledsoe Um, but how could we control them the ah. 55:02.27 Dr_ Placebo I Mean some things you need if you're going to be a leader though. You do need to have some sort of um, incentive for people to want to be part of your group right? That's the. 55:11.42 mikebledsoe Yeah, you got gotta to make someone else the villain you know like I'm gonna save you from these people over here I mean I learned most of what. 55:17.82 Dr_ Placebo That's the main thing. 55:24.16 Dr_ Placebo I'm going to save you from an invisible scourge that is ravaging the world by the way. It's totally invisible. You can't see it don't breathe the air. It will kill you. 55:33.67 mikebledsoe Other Invisibles scourges inflation. Let's see inflation is Evil Ah, ah, there's another one. Ah and this up. 55:46.70 Dr_ Placebo So do we talk about how we're trying to fix inflation by printing more dollars and giving everyone more money. Do we talk about that. 55:50.81 mikebledsoe And and inflation terrorism. These are things that are invisible that ah you can you can scare the be Jesus out of people. So like you know we're gonna get those terrorists I'm like who are the terrorists. You know the terrorists like can you show me one of them. 56:06.81 Dr_ Placebo Well, if terrorism if Terrorism is controlling people through if terrorism is controlling people through fear. No one is a bigger terrorist than our own media and government. No question. Not even. 56:08.67 mikebledsoe Are they wearing a uniform. 56:16.44 mikebledsoe Yeah says Cnn. 56:24.25 Dr_ Placebo not even close. It's not even close it's so it's so crazy far ahead like Al Qaeda we shouldn't even know their name based on the small percentage of terror they've instilled versus these media conglomerates which people are mainlining. Every day like a fucking drug. They're like oh god I forgot I wasn't supposed to be I forgot I was supposed to be afraid every second of every fucking day right. 56:51.34 mikebledsoe I Think the same thing goes for um I got the inflation I think dude. 56:57.20 Dr_ Placebo Oh my god North Korea North Korea is going to get us that country across the sea that can barely feed themselves. Oh god thanks for reminding me to be afraid of North Korea 57:08.12 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, ah was it last night I was hanging out with some friends and they were talking about the chinese have created an artificial sun that's 5 times hotter and I go well where is this. And go it's in a nuclear. They got some like reactor or whatever and I'm like man I'm having a really hard time believing this because the chinese are terrible innovators. They're very good at copying things ah like 80% as good as it was originally intended to be but they're not making anything new. They're definitely not creating a sun and extracting energy from it and they were getting I think something like that. 57:54.42 Dr_ Placebo Well, do they just mean a nuclear reactor that is more efficient because those things are very those things are very hot and you'd be sort of I I believe we can make stuff that's hotter than the sun. Um, don't quote me on that. But I think there's a lot of stuff that we can. Make that's hotter than the sun. It's not necessarily true that we can extract a ton of energy out of it Although Nuclear power plants are crazy efficient compared to anything else that we've sorted out So if they have a nuclear reactor. That's even you know 20% more efficient. 58:18.12 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 58:31.20 Dr_ Placebo That might actually already be hotter than the sun but probably whatever information they read is so misleading right? because now we're trying to get eyeballs that have just been skull fucked every day for the last decade of like the 1 thing you should be afraid of or. 58:50.24 mikebledsoe Um, well there' a the conversation I was having with my friends yesterday went from it went from China's got a sun. It's hot than the sun or ah, that's hot than yet the sun and then. 58:50.26 Dr_ Placebo Is the apocalypse happening today here's what you should do. It's like every this is like oh my god like how could you? ah. 59:04.89 mikebledsoe It was all ref in the conversation about ah Russia and nuclear war unlike I'm like oh you just got like spun up so anything that you could be afraid of from a country that's on the other side of the planet. You're freaking out and then they're like yeah I mean they mean nuclear war I'm like I'm like. 59:12.20 Dr_ Placebo Great. Okay. 59:24.52 mikebledsoe Russia can't is not gonna get a warhead into like America. It's not gonna like they don't have the they they could shoot something this direction but I don't think it's gonna make it and and again, yeah, it's not good. 59:39.72 Dr_ Placebo And if it did what's the probability that it hits you. 59:42.69 mikebledsoe Yeah I mean people are then they're like oh the fallout and all this I'm like unlike maybe but here's the thing with the chinese sun and the russian nukes I can't do a damn thing about either 1 of them like I I'm not. Ah. 59:59.57 Dr_ Placebo Better start building that Bunker blood. So the blood so bunker. Okay here. 01:00:04.16 mikebledsoe Ah, oh we should start selling this all right. The new new New direction for the show. We scare the shit out of people. 01:00:12.36 Dr_ Placebo You can order your blood so bunker and it it 5 5 3 2 4 5 call now to reserve your blood snow bunker. It comes with six months of food six months of water. You're welcome simple simple as that right. 01:00:17.30 mikebledsoe That's a. 01:00:25.80 mikebledsoe that's ah that's Alex Jones's that's Alex Jones ' whole thing just scares the shit of you. Oh my god the world's gonna end the pedophiles are gonna drop nukes on us. But and then it's like commercial comes in. It's like. 01:00:30.56 Dr_ Placebo I Mean. Totally yeah. 01:00:40.98 Dr_ Placebo Yeah, the pedophiles are going to drop new on. 01:00:41.31 mikebledsoe Buy the fair supply by my food supply. 01:00:47.74 Dr_ Placebo Right? Totally by this bucket of slop that will keep you alive in your bunker and okay so one 1 thing that's practical insurance and acceptance most people aren't spending their lives all that well anyway. 01:00:50.17 mikebledsoe A. 01:01:06.87 Dr_ Placebo Now I'm not 1 to judge right? But if you're just afraid you're just afraid all the time like is that really a way to live and there are only 2 things you can do about the future insurance and acceptance and if you're going to get insurance. 01:01:07.36 mikebledsoe Um. 01:01:22.78 Dr_ Placebo You got to set it and forget it Otherwise the insurance is a waste of fucking time. It's like buying fire insurance and then every day worrying that your house is going to burn down. It's stupid. Yeah, very nice. Excellent. 01:01:31.13 mikebledsoe That's why I cover my house with water every morning you know, just in case. Yeah. 01:01:41.25 Dr_ Placebo I'm sure it takes ah a really long time. Ah, just and I'm sure it's really good for the materials to be constantly drenched in water. 01:01:44.56 mikebledsoe Um, oh I I got ah I got a buddy who lives in tahoe and was it last year. Yeah, it was last year basically tahoe was on fire. 01:02:00.27 mikebledsoe While burning renegade burning man was happening so he walks out of his house. He sprays it down with a hose and then he just leaves the hose on to try to make the property as wet as possible gets in his car and goes to burning man for a week 01:02:12.80 Dr_ Placebo Ah. 01:02:20.28 mikebledsoe And that was acceptance. He's like he's like I did the best thing I could do and you know my house and might not be there when I get back. 01:02:24.80 Dr_ Placebo That's an option that is an option. 01:02:31.96 Dr_ Placebo Insurance and acceptance you got to figure out what'll make you feel comfortable and just set it and forget it. There's no point in buying the insurance If you're going to worry about it all the time and you ultimately. Like everything comes back to accepting your own impermanence and the ego is only ever trying to gain more and more permanence so they're at odds with one another. So unless you bring acceptance into it. There's no amount of insurance that'll make you feel really safe. You'll be.. You'll be deep in a bunker. You'll be like oh fuck I forgot about Earthquakes I'll be totally fucked down here in this bunker If. There's an earthquake and then you're like okay I need a I need it to be in the Sky. No I need it to be on the Moon. And then you live on the moon and you're like fuck. There's no asteroid defense on the moon and it's like ah I don't know kind of like the same Hedonic treadmill where you are just so focused on material. Um things. You're like oh I need a better house and a better car and a better this and a better that and you know realistically ah, most people just want to feel ah like they're in flow with whatever the thing they're doing is some sort of play. 01:04:01.73 Dr_ Placebo For some people play is playing cards with their friends or having ah an adult beverage with friends and just talking but people really just want to play more than anything else. But if you're so hellbent on like I got to get safe I got to get safe I got to get safe. You're just gonna be stuck in your lizard brain. So You're not going to make a very good forwardthink decision. You're gonna make short-term decisions that assuage the fear of the lizard. So You know we have those 3 tiers lizard mammal and wizard and if you don't feel safe. You're gonna be stuck in Lizard mode and be like I got to get safe I got to get safe I got to get safe. You won't go to the mammal level where you're like I got to find love I Got to find love I Got to find love of course it's the easiest thing to find you just you just be Love. That's it. It's it's like. The easiest thing ever and the hardest thing for most people to do and if you feel safe if you feel that not only are you loved but you are loved then you have this wizard brain that can be creative and think of new things and. Tell jokes and play music and play games and think about what would be good in the future without being totally trapped by the fear of the lizard or the lack of love in the mammal. But if you're if you're stuck just like being bounced around from fear to fear. 01:05:34.19 Dr_ Placebo Via Terrorism I mean you're just playing into the hands of the people who are profiting from that terrorism right. 01:05:39.82 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, and you got to be careful I mean media? What what media are you consuming the fact that you're here consuming this media I think you've made a good choice. But yeah, if you're consuming Cnn Msnbc Fox News they're gonna be just scaring a shit out of you all the time. Um. And then. 01:05:59.37 Dr_ Placebo And it and it probably won't even change your decisions in like a constructive way. It'll just make you. It'll just make you more afraid right. 01:06:03.38 mikebledsoe Not in a good way Now it'll make you more it. Ah you know you got fight flight freeze most people freeze you know I don't know what to do I'm going to freeze and they they they freeze in. 01:06:13.20 Dr_ Placebo Yeah, yeah. 01:06:20.43 mikebledsoe Being able to move forward in their life. Um, so you got also need to look at who you're hanging out with if you're hanging out with people who are always talking about prepping for the apocalypse you're probably not going to make a lot of forward motion in your life. Ah, if shit hits the fan. You might be a little more prepared may probably not. 01:06:34.11 Dr_ Placebo Totally. 01:06:39.15 mikebledsoe Because my my whole thing on it is I hang out with some people who sometimes get a little far into the prepper mode and I help you know fish them out a little bit and then I also have another group of friends who that never crosses their mind whatsoever and every you know unicorns and rainbows are coming. 01:06:49.62 Dr_ Placebo Yep. 01:06:55.75 Dr_ Placebo At once. 01:06:58.91 mikebledsoe The reality is somewhere in the middle and the but it's helpful because I like to visit the friends that are unicorns and rainbows because it helps balance me out ah from like hanging out with people who are like freaking out the end is coming I'm like look. 01:07:00.72 Dr_ Placebo Right? so. 01:07:17.88 mikebledsoe Things are gonna change. It may be really uncomfortable but like as you were saying the impermanence is always there So how it changes and you think you're gonna predict that I've never predicted how something was going to go accurately. Ah. 01:07:29.70 Dr_ Placebo Right. 01:07:37.27 mikebledsoe I Mean only vague predictions will be like oh this guy will win. This guy will lose or this even then my predictions aren't that great like the the track record's not amazing is like oh this business work. This one won't well I thought all my businesses were gonna work and not all of them did so not the way I. 01:07:45.00 Dr_ Placebo A. 01:07:55.82 mikebledsoe Not the way I wanted them to um, they worked in their own way and so same thing with life. 01:07:59.75 Dr_ Placebo Right? Ah so you want the preppers you want the preppers to set up your insurance and you want to hang with the unicorn and rainbow crew because it's going to be a lot more fun. Ah. 01:08:07.67 mikebledsoe I Don't let out my secret man. 01:08:17.27 Dr_ Placebo Oh Wow I couldn't have figured that who could have figured that out. 01:08:18.94 mikebledsoe Ah, blowing my cover bro. Yeah. 01:08:23.52 Dr_ Placebo Ah, ah boy I'm sure no one would think of that your plus plus if everyone else do is does it then you can't right? That's like ah it. 01:08:32.18 mikebledsoe Yeah I mean we might end up with a lot of really healthy adjusted people if they all did what I did but instead I need to keep some of them in the clouds and some of them in in deep fear. 01:08:44.66 Dr_ Placebo Yeah, it's not ah, it's well it's not a 0 sum game right? It's actually the more like so the micro level like for you and I as individuals. Um the more value that. We can provide the better off. We are the more concrete. Um, our values are the more that we know and can love ourselves the easier it is to make decisions and broadly speaking in a community the more value every individual provides the healthier that. Community is because if you have people who earn nothing and don't provide anything of value. Well here's what you can do you can work. You can beg and you can steal and those are the only 3 ways you can get stuff Basically so if everyone. Has something valuable then we can all work and earn and the overall value and the health of the group economy community whatever is significantly higher I mean that's hopefully what's happening here is there's a small group of people. Maybe a large group of people who are listening to these are like oh yeah, you know what? I I now can work past this fear I was having and maybe I can ah accept my own

Mash-Up
Mash-Up di lunedì 31/10/2022

Mash-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 51:39


Elettricità - OMD, Suede, Kate Bush, Placebo, Matia Bazar, The Smiths, Fontaines DC Sebastien Tellier & more

Radically Genuine Podcast
57. Beliefs, mindsets and the placebo effect

Radically Genuine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 64:44


Many of us are familiar with the placebo effect, a beneficial effect produced due to the patient's belief in that treatment. Psychological factors like mindsets and expectations have a connection to our physiology. It's been proven in multiple clinical studies and researchers continue to explore more about the mind-body link. On today's podcast we discuss beliefs, mindsets and the placebo effect. If you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comADDITIONAL RESOURCES6:30 - What is a double blind study? | Premier Health8:30 - A fascinating landmark study of placebo surgery for knee osteoarthritis11:00 - Use of Placebo in Clinical Practice | American Medical Association17:00 - Mindsets Matter: A New Framework for Harnessing the Placebo Effect in Modern Medicine22:00 - What Alcohol Does to Your Body, Brain & Health - Huberman Lab26:45 - Alia J. Crum, PhD | Stanford Mind & Body Lab29:30 - Mind over milkshakes: mindsets, not just nutrients, determine ghrelin response30:15 - Change your mindset, change the game | Dr. Alia Crum | TEDxTraverseCity55:00 - Free writing - Wikipedia

Health & Veritas
The Better Angels of Our Nature

Health & Veritas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 34:54


Howie and Harlan are joined by physician, sociologist, and thinker Nicholas Christakis to talk about how humans have evolved to form powerful connections. Howie provides updates on concussions among high school athletes and the use of Ivermectin for COVID, and Harlan remembers Dr. Barry Zaret, an important figure in cardiology at Yale and beyond. Links:  In Memoriam: Barry L. Zaret, MD Yale News: “Blueprint: The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society” Steven Pinker: “The Better Angels of our Nature” “The Moral Life of Babies” Nicholas Christakis: “The Spread of Obesity in a Large Social Network over 32 Years” Nicholas Christakis: “Algorithms for seeding social networks can enhance the adoption of a public health intervention in urban India”  “Concussions are a bigger problem for kids' football than the NFL”  “Effect of Ivermectin vs Placebo on Time to Sustained Recovery in Outpatients With Mild to Moderate COVID-19”  ”These Doctors Admit They Don't Want Patients With Disabilities” Learn more about the MBA for Executives program at Yale SOM Email Howie and Harlan comments or questions.

RTL2 : Pop-Rock Station by Zégut
L'INTÉGRALE - Jack White, L7, Placebo dans RTL2 Pop Rock Station (26/10/22)

RTL2 : Pop-Rock Station by Zégut

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 108:22


Jack White - If I Die Tomorrow Jefferson Airplane - Somebody To Love Marilyn Manson - Antichrist Superstar Arctic Monkeys - I Ain't Quite Where I Think Iam Depeche Mode - Wrong (Edit) Thin Lizzy - Cold Sweat Indochine - L'aventurier Working Men's Club - Cut Janis Joplin - Mercedes Benz Interpol - Narc The Beatles - Yellow Submarine LCD Soundsystem - Daft Punk Is Playing At Myhouse Weezer - Say It Ain't So The Mamas and the Papas - California Dreamin' Placebo - Special K Phoenix - Winter Solstice Fleetwood Mac - Sara Guns N' Roses - Yesterdays The Darkness - I Believe In A Thing Called Love (Live at Reading) L7 - Pretend We're Dead Ten Years After - I Woke Up This Morning Architects - Living Is Killing Me The Black Keys - Lonely Boy Beth Ditto - Fire Mss Frnce - Testament Deep Purple - Child In Time

Moteur de recherche
L'effet placebo, et les causes du ralentissement d'une connexion internet

Moteur de recherche

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 53:16


Aurore Courtieux-Boinot se demande pourquoi les bouteilles partout au pays mentionnent la consigne au Québec; Philippe Marois nous parle des études concernant les personnes qui réagissent à l'effet placebo; Saad Sebti nous explique si l'âge d'un équipement électronique et son usure ralentissent la vitesse d'une connexion internet; et Matthieu Dugal s'entretient avec David Deslauriers au sujet de la reproduction de l'anguille.

Addiction Medicine Journal Club
9. Psilocybin for Alcohol Use Disorder

Addiction Medicine Journal Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 39:22


In episode 9 we discuss psilocybin for treating alcohol use disorder.Bogenschutz MP, Ross S, Bhatt S, et al. Percentage of Heavy Drinking Days Following Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy vs Placebo in the Treatment of Adult Patients With Alcohol Use Disorder: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Psychiatry. 2022;79(10):953–962. doi:10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2022.2096----------We talk about Wal-Mart and CVS not filling some telemedicine prescriptions. We also discuss gabapentin involvement in overdose deaths and the efficacy of gabapentin for neuropathic pain.Mattson CL, Chowdhury F, Gilson TP. Notes from the Field: Trends in Gabapentin Detection and Involvement in Drug Overdose Deaths — 23 States and the District of Columbia, 2019–2020. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2022;71:664–666Wiffen PJ, Derry S, Bell RF, Rice ASC, Tölle TR, Phillips T, Moore RA. Gabapentin for chronic neuropathic pain in adults. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2017, Issue 6. Art. No.: CD007938. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD007938.pub4. Accessed 21 October 2022----------This is Addiction Medicine Journal Club with Dr. Sonya Del Tredici and Dr. John Keenan. We practice addiction medicine and primary care, and we believe that addiction is a disease that can be treated. This podcast reviews current articles to help you stay up to date with research that you can use in your addiction medicine practice. The best part of any journal club is the conversation, and we want to hear what you have to say. To have your opinions about the articles included in a future episode, send us your comments on Twitter or email, or join our Facebook group to continue the discussion.Email: addictionmedicinejournalclub@gmail.com Twitter: @AddictionMedJC Facebook: @AddictionMedJCCredits:Original theme music: composed and performed by Benjamin KennedyAudio production: Angela OhlfestAddiction Medicine Journal Club is intended for educational purposes only, and should not be considered medical advice. The views expressed here are our own, and do not necessarily reflect those of our employers or the authors of the articles we review. All patient information has been modified to protect their identities.

Health & Veritas
Who Gets Access to Innovative Treatments?

Health & Veritas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 37:44


Harlan reports on a new study testing the effectiveness of the OCD drug fluvoxamine in treating COVID; Howie reflects on the potential of continuous glucose monitoring for people with diabetes. And they're joined by Dr. Utibe Essien of the University of Pittsburgh to discuss the barriers preventing people of color from getting innovative new treatments and medications.  Links: “Fluvoxamine for Outpatient Treatment of COVID-19: A Decentralized, Placebo-controlled, Randomized, Platform Clinical Trial” Utibe Essien: “Association of Neighborhood Disadvantage and Anticoagulation for Patients with Atrial Fibrillation in the Veterans Health Administration: the REACH-AF Study” “Prevalence and Correlates of Patient Rationing of Insulin in the United States: A National Survey”  Harlan Krumholz: “Life Expectancy after Myocardial Infarction by Hospital Performance”  “Racial bias in pain assessment and treatment recommendations, and false beliefs about biological differences between blacks and whites”  Antiracism in Medicine podcast   “Intermittently Scanned Continuous Glucose Monitoring for Type 1 Diabetes” Learn more about the MBA for Executives program at Yale SOM. Email Howie and Harlan comments or questions.

Just Fly Performance Podcast
329: John Kiely on Belief, Perception, and Placebos in an Optimized Training Process

Just Fly Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 65:24


Today's episode features John Kiely.  John is a senior lecturer in Performance and Innovation at the University of Limerick.   In addition to his current work with doctoral and Ph.D. candidates, John is a frequent keynote speaker, and has extensive athletic performance training and consultation experience.  His coaching, consulting and advisory work includes numerous sports such as rugby, soccer/football, track and Paralympics.  In his time as an athlete, John won multiple titles in kickboxing and boxing.  John appeared years ago on episode 113 of the podcast. Training is much more than simply putting together a series of sets, reps and exercises, but invokes the “totality” of a human being.  This totality includes not only the body and mechanical forces, but also the mind and one's environmental influence.  In other words, your training results are a factor of both your program, perceptions and environment, and the roles of the latter must not be minimized. On today's show, John will cover training on the level of placebo and nocebo effects, the impact of an athlete's beliefs and perception of the training session, coaching practice to engage the mind, as well as the idea of a “screen for beliefs” when starting a period of training with an athlete.  This is an awesome episode that really helps us understand the fullness of the processes involved within adapting to a training stimulus or program. Today's episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster, Lost Empire Herbs, and the Elastic Essentials online course. For 15% off your Lost Empire Herbs order, head to lostempireherbs.com/justfly. To try Pine Pollen for FREE (just pay for shipping), head to: justflypinepollen.com View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Timestamps and Main Points: 3:51 – What John means by the idea: “The worth of a training program is not contained in the prescription” 15:06 – Looking at training on the level of placebo and nocebo effects 25:28 – How to ethically and optimally leverage the placebo effect in coaching 33:18 – What type of intellectual participation is ideal for athletes in the course of a training day 46:23 – How perception of the training session is going to have a substantial impact on how an athlete will adapt 52:57 – Program repeatability and novelty elements in training 58:27 – John's take on a “screen for beliefs” in athletic coaching “From a practical perspective, going back to the 40s and 50s, (the great coaches) were good communicators, inspirational, they were able to get ideas and perspectives out of their heads, into the athlete's heads” “Some great coaches have really average programs, but the key is that the athlete buys into them” “It's important what people's health behaviors are, but what's really important is how people believe their health behaviors are” “How can I screen an athlete for their beliefs” “What (removing perception of threat) allows you to do is release more resources (to training)” “So all placebo is, is I'm taking a cue from the external world, I'm believing the future is a little brighter, and I can release more resources” “Releasing resources can be thinking, thinking demands energy, it demands cerebral blood flow” “Even a coach's facial expression, if interpreted as negative, has a negative effect on athletes… I need to be conscious that if I give negative signals, it is going to affect the training” “We have made the assumption that you can predict training outcomes, but the evidence is completely against that” “It's what athletes are paying attention to, and how they are interpreting those signals” “If you want something to hurt more, think about it more” “The reality is, it is not the physical act that activates the stress response, the stress response is activated by your perception of what is going to happen, and how your body needs to prepare for that”

What's Next for Women Podcast
Episode 96 Girl Talk with Aunjane & Domestic Violence Survivor Latina

What's Next for Women Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 37:08


Hello everyone! Today's podcast is sponsored by Vision Made Vision Board Kit. In this episode, on the day of National Savings Day and Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we discuss how to save in our lives with Aunjane, a financial advisor who will shortly receive her license. We also discuss how to move past the pain caused by domestic abuse and how to lead a healthy life no matter what trauma you have experienced with our second guest Latina. Aunjane, a financial advisor who will have her license by this december, will assist you with your finances. She has been a licensed insurance agent, and financial consultant for families. She's been a real estate and property agent since she was a kid . She began managing smaller properties when she was only 17 years old. Our second guest is Latina from Steubenville, Ohio. She recounts her horrific childhood experiences, her tragic early years, and how her tragedy started in her own home. She urges women to accept themselves, find themselves, and speak out against domestic violence. Here are some key highlights to know more about this episode of Envision me Podcast: Tips on saving and advice to people wondering where all their money really going How did Aunjane get into impacting people financially Piece of advice to the people who want to be financially stable Advice to the people in the corporate world How Latina's childhood trauma affecting her adulting Why speaking and talking about your trauma is a healing process How God and prayers help to overcome traumas and unhealthy surroundings. Why it is important to have alone time for self reflection Self development books like ‘You are the Placebo' by Dr.Joe Dispenza, ‘You owe you' by Eric Thomas and ‘Happier Hour: How to Beat Distraction, Expand Your Time, and Focus on What Matters' by Cassie Mogilner Holmes Key Takeaway If you are contemplating that fear, like what's gonna happen what if I fail, I'm gonna tell you right now you're gonna bump your head, okay it's gonna happen but the goal is to find your thing that you love and how you can make money doing it - Aunjane Domestic violence is broader than just intimate partner, it could be family member and it could be verbal - Latina It's not selfish to sit back and take time, that you need to reflect and find out what it is that God is trying to tell you to do to have that inner peace. - Latina GUEST BIO Aunjane Johnson is an entrepreneur and the CEO of the multilevel financial consultancy firm Raanckee & Associates LLC. She's a Family Financial Wellness Consultant, Starter Investing Educator for Newbies and Capital & Grant Connector for Investors To connect with Aunjane visit her at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aunjanej Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/raanckee Tikotok: https://www.tiktok.com/@raanckee Connect with me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100071270763167 Website: www.visionmadenetwork.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/visionmade MAKE SURE YOUR SHARE, RATE THE EPISODE 5 STARS & LEAVE A REVIEW! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatsnextforwomen/support

Analytics Exchange: Podcasts from SAS
The Health Pulse S3E10: Are Genomics the Key to Placebo-Free Clinical Trials?

Analytics Exchange: Podcasts from SAS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 21:46


Are placebo-free clinical trials the next normal? Nino da Silva thinks so. In this episode, he shares his views on trends in drug development and clinical research, including the integration of genetic data into drug development with synthetic control arms and the importance of data protection.Da Silva is an international leader in medical informatics, health care and business strategy. He is currently Deputy Managing Director at BC Platforms, a Singapore-based global data science solutions leader in personalized health, drug discovery and life sciences research.Guest host Antonio De Castro talks with da Silva about advancements in drug discovery and development by combining genetic data with phenotypic data. For example, synthetic control arms incorporate external health data into clinical trials to speed up drug development, reduce trial costs and address ethical concerns. Improved access to data from many research fields and the real world make the adoption of synthetic control arms possible. Da Silva explains the importance of trusted research environments (TRE) and trusted collaboration environments (TCE) in enabling highly dynamic research with analytics, while protecting citizens' data privacy. Also critical to this work is the ability to harmonize and make comparable data from multiple sources and geographies. Da Silva leaves us with his thoughts on the importance of diversity and representation in clinical trials and the role of the Asia Pacific region as a growing R&D hub for life sciences.All presentations represent the opinions of the presenter and do not represent the position or the opinion of SAS.

DEPRESSION, BIPOLAR & ANXIETY - LIVING AS A LATTER-DAY SAINT, LDS
Episode #152 - The Anti-Placebo Effect

DEPRESSION, BIPOLAR & ANXIETY - LIVING AS A LATTER-DAY SAINT, LDS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 15:41 Transcription Available


Belief is a powerful tool we can use in our treatment arsenals.  But belief is a two way street.  The placebo effect can occur both in positive and negative ways.  As we navigate our mental illness, it is important to see the Anti-placebo Effects in our lives. 

The Body of Evidence
Interview - Nick Tiller on Exercising

The Body of Evidence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 62:35


Jonathan and Chris speak to Nick Tiller, PhD, a physiologist interested in exercising and the marketing hype that often surrounds the topic. They discuss the few supplements that can improve your workouts, as well as the gadgets that probably won't. Bookending their conversation is the important question: what is the best exercise?   2:35 Common misunderstandings around exercising 4:43 Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) 11:28 Creatine supplements 13:49 Caffeine 14:50 Glucose supplements and sports drinks 18:31 Protein intake 21:08 Beta-alanine supplements 22:34 Kinesio tape, aka placebo tape 28:09 Placebos and sports performance 33:10 Cristiano Ronaldo's brand deals 40:13 Methylene blue 43:22 Ultramarathons: are they good for you? 51:34 What is the best type of exercise?   * Theme music: “Fall of the Ocean Queen“ by Joseph Hackl.   To contribute to The Body of Evidence, go to our Patreon page at: http://www.patreon.com/thebodyofevidence/.   Patrons get a bonus show on Patreon called “Digressions”! Check it out!     Links: 1) Nick Tiller on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NBTiller 2) Nick Tiller's website: https://www.nbtiller.com/ 3) Nick Tiller's Skeptical Inquirer columns: https://skepticalinquirer.org/category/the-skeptics-guide-to-sports-science/ 4) Jonathan Jarry's website, announcing his UK tour: https://www.jonathanjarry.com/  

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
302: Make The Placebo Effect Work for You with Erik Vance

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 19:44 Very Popular


How do you make the placebo effect work for you? We talk a lot about the power of mindset. Before you can achieve any goal, you have to believe it's possible and change your inner self-talk to support that belief. There's powerful science that shows that the way you choose to see the world can physically affect your mind and your body, but you can even change your business, your brand, and beyond. I'm excited to have this conversation today with our guest Erik Vance. Erik is a science journalist and an editor with The New York Times Well desk. He's also the author of the book, Suggestible You: The Curious Science of Your Brain's Ability to Deceive, Transform, and Heal. Research into the power of suggestibility shows that your brain relies on analyzing the past to make predictions about the future. And it takes a lot of shortcuts based on what it expects the outcome to be. Listen in, as Erik talks about how you can use the power of these expectations and beliefs to achieve extraordinary results in any area of your life. ***If you're inspired, I want to invite you to join me in my brand NEW 10-day course, specifically designed to boost your productivity. I know it sounds too good to be true, but I give you step-by-step guides using the accelerated learning model to help you get more done and achieve your goals. Visit http://kwikbrain.com/productivity to join me today.***

Forbidden Knowledge News
Beyond Classified: Exorcism & Placebo - Conspiracy War- Rebranding Pedophilia w/ Andrew Gold

Forbidden Knowledge News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 63:24


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Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie
Episode 2309: Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D. GMA , Talks Functional Medicine Approaches for Alzheimer's & Dementia

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 32:17


CNN,  Good Morning America, Fox News~This episode is for informational purposes. Please check with your doctor before starting any new treatments for your health. Our favorite house Doc is spotlighting Mental Health Awareness Month, this week ~ Alzheimer's, Dementia & Overall Brain Health for Everyone.He is also a frequent expert on CNN, Dr. Oz Show, Martha Stewart Living & Ricki Lake Show. He is author of the free iPhone application "Natural Cures." Having overcome Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and Fibromyalgia in 1975 (which left him homeless much of that year), he has helped hundreds of thousands recover from CFS and Fibromyalgia. He is senior author of the landmark studies "Effective Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia -- a Placebo-controlled Study" and "Effective Treatment of CFS and Fibromyalgia with D-Ribose." Author also of the best-selling book The Fatigue & Fibromyalgia Solution", "Real Cause, Real Cure", "From Fatigued to Fantastic!" (3rd revised edition, Avery/Penguin Group), "Beat Sugar Addiction Now!" (Fair Winds Press) and "Pain Free 1-2-3 - A Proven Program for Eliminating Chronic Pain Now" (McGraw-Hill). His web site www.endfatigue.com has many resources on Natural Healing, including a free online "Symptom Analysis" questionnaire, which can analyze your symptoms (and even lab tests if available) to determine what is causing your fatigue or Fibromyalgia, and what is needed to reclaim your health!© 2022 All Rights Reserved© 2022 BuildingAbundantSuccess!!Join Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBAS

Malpractice Podcast
#5.9: The Placebo Effect

Malpractice Podcast

Play Episode Play 31 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 39:22


For a very long time, doctors have prescribed drugs and treatments that they knew weren't real - so imagine their surprise when they actually worked! This week, Syd & Jess are here to give you the lowdown on "The Placebo Effect": we're talking Pavlov's dogs, bread pills, and why the color of your drugs matters. If you want to help us grow, subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcast fix!Sources for this episode:www.vox.com/science-and-health/2017/7/7/15792188/placebo-effect-explained www.health.harvard.edu/mental-health/the-power-of-the-placebo-effectwww.harvardmagazine.com/2013/01/the-placebo-phenomenon www.vox.com/2014/7/17/5912503/changing-a-pills-color-has-big-health-consequences www.nccih.nih.gov/health/placebo-effectwww.healthline.com/health/placebo-effectstudiousguy.com/placebo-effect-examples/pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18468272/www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5953755/ www.sciencenews.org/article/placebo-reins-pain-brainhealth.howstuffworks.com/medicine/medication/pros-and-cons-of-placebos.htmwww.npr.org/2012/01/06/144794035/one-scholars-take-on-the-power-of-the-placebo www.nytimes.com/2018/11/07/magazine/placebo-effect-medicine.html Music from Uppbeat: https://uppbeat.io/t/danijel-zambo/fairytalesLicense code: ZQGXUZWNXEBLK6Y0Dignity and RespectI was adopted by Cult leader God Father Divine in 1962. In 1958, when I was four years...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Go Ask Ali
Microdosing Mommies w/ Michael Pollan

Go Ask Ali

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 60:48


The promise and merits of psychedelic therapy has resurfaced from its original heyday in the 60s and 70s in no small part due to journalist and psychonaut Michael Pollan. Pollan's book How to Change Your Mind and recent Netflix documentary of the same name explores the exciting new research into the use of LSD, psilocybin, and MDMA to help people with things like PTSD, OCD, anxiety, depression, rumination and more. Ali gets all the info straight from the source and also explores an emerging fad called microdosing. Microdosing is taking such a small amount of a substance that there is no psychoactive effect and yet many people, including a mom Ali also talks to, report feeling calmer and more joyous. So Ali wonders, could microdosing help people be better parents? If you have questions or guest suggestions, Ali would love to hear from you. Call or text her at (323) 364-6356. Or email go-ask-ali-podcast-at-gmail.com. (No dashes) Links of Interest: Michael Pollan Website:  https://michaelpollan.com James Fadiman's Microdosing Website: https://microdosinginstitute.com/microdosing-101/james-fadiman/ Mycology Psychology: https://www.mycologypsychology.com/ MDMA addiction: https://americanaddictioncenters.org/ecstasy-abuseSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Infants on Thrones
Ep 821 – Increasing Emotional Intelligence by Placebo-ing Yourself All Day Long with Chelsea Shields

Infants on Thrones

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 116:51


What does it mean to have emotional intelligence?  What does it mean to Placebo yourself all day long? Glenn sits down with Chelsea Shields to discuss The Placebo Effect in 2022. Fill out the Mindfulness Survey here Support the podcast on Patreon here

Infants on Thrones
Ep 820 – Reflections: Placebo, P4

Infants on Thrones

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 97:10


Chelsea discusses the placebo effects (and no-cebo effects) associated with the rise of social media.  The final episode in this Chelsea-centered Placebo Reflections series.  This discussion was recorded in Sep 2019 but was previously released on Patreon only. Fill out the Mindfulness Survey here Support the podcast on Patreon here

The Tim Ferriss Show
#619: Dr. Suresh Muthukumaraswamy — LSD Microdosing, Classical Psychedelics vs. Ketamine, Science and Speed in New Zealand, Placebo Options, and The Infinite Possibilities of Studying Mind-Altering Compounds

The Tim Ferriss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 82:11 Very Popular


Dr. Suresh Muthukumaraswamy — LSD Microdosing, Classical Psychedelics vs. Ketamine, Science and Speed in New Zealand, Placebo Options, and The Infinite Possibilities of Studying Mind-Altering CompoundsDr. Suresh Muthukumaraswamy completed his PhD in Psychology at the University of Auckland in 2005 after which he joined the newly established Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre as a postdoctoral fellow. While at Cardiff, he started research work with psychedelics in 2011 in collaboration with Professor David Nutt and Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris investigating the neuroimaging correlates of the psychedelic drugs psilocybin and LSD. In 2014, Suresh received a prestigious Rutherford Discovery Fellowship and returned to the University of Auckland where he works in the School of Pharmacy at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences and leads the Auckland Neuropsychopharmacology Research Group.Suresh's main research interests are in understanding how therapies alter brain function and behavior and in testing methodologies to measure these changes in both healthy individuals and patient groups — particularly in depressed patients.At the University of Auckland, he has conducted clinical trials in depressed patients involving ketamine, scopolamine, and transcranial magnetic stimulation. He has received several Health Research Council of New Zealand research grants to support this work, including a grant to investigate the effects of microdoses of LSD on brain and cognitive function. Suresh has published 117 papers, with his work receiving 8000+ citations.This special episode of the podcast is a live recording from an event hosted by the Edmund Hillary Fellowship (EHF). EHF began in 2016 as a pilot immigration program and has matured into a fellowship of more than 500 technologists, creatives, investors, entrepreneurs, educators, and systems designers, committed to New Zealand as a base camp for global impact. From more than 50 different nationalities, including New Zealand, fellows span a range of high-value sectors: media, education, cleantech, venture capital, and mental health initiatives/research just to name a few.EHF and its fellows aim to make a meaningful impact in New Zealand/Aotearoa with projects that often have global applications.Please enjoy!*For show notes and past guests on The Tim Ferriss Show, please visit tim.blog/podcast.For deals from sponsors of The Tim Ferriss Show, please visit tim.blog/podcast-sponsorsSign up for Tim's email newsletter (5-Bullet Friday) at tim.blog/friday.For transcripts of episodes, go to tim.blog/transcripts.Discover Tim's books: tim.blog/books.Follow Tim:Twitter: twitter.com/tferriss Instagram: instagram.com/timferrissYouTube: youtube.com/timferrissFacebook: facebook.com/timferriss LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/timferrissPast guests on The Tim Ferriss Show include Jerry Seinfeld, Hugh Jackman, Dr. Jane Goodall, LeBron James, Kevin Hart, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jamie Foxx, Matthew McConaughey, Esther Perel, Elizabeth Gilbert, Terry Crews, Sia, Yuval Noah Harari, Malcolm Gladwell, Madeleine Albright, Cheryl Strayed, Jim Collins, Mary Karr, Maria Popova, Sam Harris, Michael Phelps, Bob Iger, Edward Norton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Neil Strauss, Ken Burns, Maria Sharapova, Marc Andreessen, Neil Gaiman, Neil de Grasse Tyson, Jocko Willink, Daniel Ek, Kelly Slater, Dr. Peter Attia, Seth Godin, Howard Marks, Dr. Brené Brown, Eric Schmidt, Michael Lewis, Joe Gebbia, Michael Pollan, Dr. Jordan Peterson, Vince Vaughn, Brian Koppelman, Ramit Sethi, Dax Shepard, Tony Robbins, Jim Dethmer, Dan Harris, Ray Dalio, Naval Ravikant, Vitalik Buterin, Elizabeth Lesser, Amanda Palmer, Katie Haun, Sir Richard Branson, Chuck Palahniuk, Arianna Huffington, Reid Hoffman, Bill Burr, Whitney Cummings, Rick Rubin, Dr. Vivek Murthy, Darren Aronofsky, and many more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.