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Conversations
A father and his sons, across The 'Strez'

Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 50:01


When Justin Carter crossed the Strzelecki Track by motorbike with his brother Chris and his aging father Neville, he knew he was in for an adventure. But then the odyssey changed his family in an unexpected way

Dr. Mobi on Lifestyle Tv usa
Movie Actor, Director and Producer David Black

Dr. Mobi on Lifestyle Tv usa

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 33:41


David Black, born 29 June 1964 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia; grew up in Melbourne and lives in Melbourne. He is an actor, writer, producer and director in films. He started off his creative endeavours as a cartoonist by publishing his first underground comic, "Gooby" at the age of 17. As a cartoonist, he had a cartoon strip, "Punkz", run in the national rock weekly magazine "Juke" in 1988 and worked as the editorial cartoonist for the national tabloid "The Truth" in 1989 and 1990. He published a comic book "Punkz In Space" in 1993. David is also a writer of short stories and his series "Obsessions of a Shattered Psyche" were published in Dark Angel Magazine in the 1990s. He has made 3 of those short stories into short films. His writing has also extended to covering the Australian Indie Movie industry in The Movie Blog and Oz Indie Cinema. He writes for The Australian Short Film Network Journal. David is also a bass player, singer and songwriter. He played in the theatrical gothic rock band, "Darkness Visible", which gigged across Melbourne from 1994. He has recorded 10 songs in the studio. It was the band that segued him into film making when he started making music videos. Between 2009 - 2017, he produced 10 music videos. David Black is an all-rounder when it comes to creative pursuits and this has helped his filmmaking immensely. He is involved in every aspect of the process from writing, prop making, costuming, through to editing and even marketing. He works with quite a variety of people and allows them as much creative freedom as possible, while overseeing each film from beginning to end. David has become best known for horror and schlock films, however most have a spiritual and psychological sub narrative, and can often be seen as a commentary on the modern world. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifestyletvusa/support

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A Sydney pathology lab apologises for major test results error - Sydneyläinen patologinen laboratorio pyytelee anteeksi valtavaa määrää virheellisiä korontestituloksia

SBS Finnish - SBS Radio Finnish

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 7:21


SydPath apologises for a coronavirus test results error that was caused by switching to a manual notification system.  New South Wales urges Queensland to change their border entry requirements to ease pressure on COVID-19 testing sites.  And Queensland scraps the day five PCR test requirement for interstate visitors, and South Australia businesses shut down over new capacity restrictions. - Patologinen laboratorio antoi satoja virheellisiä koronatestituloksia. NSW'ssä tuhannet ihmiset ovat joutuneet jonottamaan PCR-testeja tuntikausia, jossain tapauksissa turhaaan, testauspisteen suljettua ennen heidän vuoroaan. NSWn testausohjelma on kriisitilassa.  COVID-tartuntojen määrä on lisääntynyt jyrkästi NSW'ssä 

South Australian Country Hour
SA Country Hour

South Australian Country Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 30:00


Rural news and events from South Australia and the nation.

Revival Plan
Testimonies for the Church, Vol. 8, pp. 129-138 Day 427

Revival Plan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 22:20


Looking Away From Men It may be that even the members of the church to which you belong will say and do that which will grieve you. But move right on, calm and peaceful, ever trusting in Jesus, remembering that you are not your own, that you are Christ's property, the purchase of the blood of God's beloved Son, and that you are engaged in His work, seeking to bless humanity. This is a great work. Do not let the perversity of men move you from firm trust and abiding faith in the promises of God. It hurts you when one for whom you have done much becomes your enemy, having been brought under an influence opposed to you. But do you not do almost the same thing to Jesus when you turn away from Him? He has been your best friend. He has done everything He could to win your love. He has invited your confidence. He has asked you to come to Him with all your burdens and all your griefs, and has pledged His word to give you rest and peace if you will wear His yoke and bear His burdens. He declares that His yoke is easy and His burden is light. Show that you believe this. Take God at His word. You never could have stood where you now stand, bearing the responsibilities that you have borne, unless Jesus had given you special help. Acknowledge this. Praise God for the help that He has been to you, and trust Him still. Bring Christ into your life. Do not feel that you are answerable for the wrong course of others, even though they are in the church. There are in the church unfaithful ones who treat Jesus far worse than they treat you. Were He on earth, they would insult Him, revile Him, defame Him. “It must needs be that offenses come; but woe to that man by whom the offense cometh.” “It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.” Matthew 18:7, 6. -130- You are carrying a heavy load. I wish that everyone could feel this as I do. I wish that all your brethren would be true and faithful to you, not hindering you, not extolling or glorifying you, but looking upon you as one whom God is using as His instrument to do a given work, and remembering that they must not block the wheels, but must put their shoulder to the wheel, helping instead of hindering. An Eternal Weight of Glory Again I say: Rejoice in the Lord. Rest in Him. You need His power, and this power you may have. Go forward firmly, valiantly, courageously. You may err in judgment, but do not lose your hold on Jesus. He is wisdom, He is light, He is power. He is to you as a great Rock in a weary land. Rest under His shadow. You need wisdom, and Jesus will give it to you. Do not be unbelieving. The more you are jostled, misapprehended, misstated, misrepresented, the more evidence you have that you are doing a work for the Master, and the more closely you must cling to your Saviour. In all your difficulties be calm and undisturbed, patient and forbearing, not rendering evil for evil, but good for evil. Look to the top of the ladder. God is above it. His glory shines on every soul ascending heavenward. Jesus is this ladder. Climb up by Him, cling to Him, and erelong you will step off the ladder into His everlasting kingdom. I want you to have heaven. I know of no one who would appreciate heaven more than you, who have worked so untiringly to relieve suffering humanity, depriving yourself of sleep, neglecting to take food, bringing but little enjoyment into your life. At times there does not seem to be much sunshine in your path, only one long, continuous shadow. The afflictions you see, the dependent mortals looking and longing for help, your contact with depraved, corrupted human beings—this experience is of a character to undermine your faith in humanity. -131- You must, indeed, look to Jesus, keeping your eyes fixed on the glory at the top of the ladder. Through Christ alone can you make sure of heaven, where all is purity, holiness, peace, and blessedness, where there are glories that mortal lips cannot describe. The nearest we can come to a description of the reward that awaits the overcomer is to say that it is a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory. It will be an eternity of bliss, a blessed eternity, unfolding new glories throughout the ceaseless ages. You must be there. Whatever you lose here, be determined to make sure of eternal life. Never become discouraged. Many times I have seen that the everlasting arms were round about you, when you did not seem to realize or appreciate the great condescension of heaven. Live for Jesus. You can work better as a physician in the sanitarium if you make Christ your physician in chief. Seek earnestly for the crown of life. Make a business of serving God. It will pay, not only in this life, but in the life to come. I feel as deep an interest in you and your wife, whom I love in the Lord, as I do in my own sons and their wives. I want you and your wife to be among the redeemed, to act a part in the coronation of Christ. I greatly desire that you shall come off more than conqueror through Him who gave His life for you. For this reason, my brother, I have spoken plainly to you. I am so desirous that you should have an eternity of bliss. Your position has been most trying. I have feared that you would lose faith and courage. You must grow in grace and in a knowledge of the truth. You must draw close to your brethren. Whatever may come, do not lose faith in them or in Christ; and hold fast to the truth. -132- Extract from a letter written in 1892 from Adelaide, South Australia.—My brother, you will meet with trials, but hold fast your integrity. Never show anything but a noble spirit. The heavenly universe is watching the conflict. Satan is watching, anxious to catch you off your guard, anxious to see you acting impetuously, that he may obtain the advantage over you. Fight manfully the battle of the Lord. Do just as Christ would do were He in your place. Let there be no inconsistency in your faith or practice. Do not allow yourself to become wrought up over the vexatious troubles that are constantly arising. Keep calm, think of Jesus, and do what you can to please Him. The grace of Christ and the Holy Spirit are God's gifts to you, that you may be strengthened with all might in the inner man. -133- Chapter 22—Centering Too Much in Battle Creek South Lancaster, Massachusetts, October 16, 1890 To the Managers of the Battle Creek Sanitarium Dear Brethren, While in Petoskey I had some conversation with your physician in chief in regard to establishing a home for orphan children at Battle Creek. I said that this was just what was needed among us as a people, and that in enterprises of this kind we were far behind other denominations. In my conversation I spoke of my fear that we were centering too many responsibilities in Battle Creek, and I am still of the same opinion. It is perilous to center so much in one locality. A large amount of means is being expended in this one place, while cities are neglected that will become more and more difficult to work. I have been looking over some of my writings, and I find that warnings on this point were given years ago. It is plainly stated that the buildings in Battle Creek should not be enlarged, that building should not be added to building to increase facilities there. We were instructed not to accumulate interests in that one place, but to enlarge our sphere of labor. There was danger that Battle Creek would become as Jerusalem of old—a powerful center. If we do not heed these warnings, the evils that ruined Jerusalem will come upon us. Pride, self-exaltation, neglect of the poor, and partiality to the wealthy—these were the sins of Jerusalem. Today when large interests are built up in one place, the workers are tempted to become lifted up in selfishness and pride. When they yield to this temptation they are not laborers together with God. Instead of seeking to increase our responsibilities in Battle Creek, we should bravely and willingly divide the responsibilities already there, distributing them to many places. -134- We are “a spectacle unto the world, and to angels, and to men.” 1 Corinthians 4:9. Our mission is the same as that which was announced by Christ, at the beginning of His ministry, to be His mission. “The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me,” He said, “because He hath anointed Me to preach the gospel to the poor; He hath sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, to preach the acceptable year of the Lord.” Luke 4:18, 19. We are to carry forward the work placed in our hands by the Master. He says: “If thou draw out thy soul to the hungry, and satisfy the afflicted soul; then shall thy light rise in obscurity, and thy darkness be as the noonday: and the Lord shall guide thee continually, and satisfy thy soul in drought, and make fat thy bones: and thou shalt be like a watered garden, and like a spring of water, whose waters fail not.” “The poor shall never cease out of the land: therefore I command thee, saying, Thou shalt open thine hand wide unto thy brother, to thy poor, and to thy needy, in thy land.” “All things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them.” Isaiah 58:10, 11; Deuteronomy 15:11; Matthew 7:12. We shall be tempted to be covetous, to be avaricious, to cultivate an insatiable desire for more. If we yield to this temptation, it will bring upon us the same perils that fell upon ancient Jerusalem. We shall fail to know God and to represent Him in character. We need to watch ourselves closely lest we fall because of unbelief, as did the Jews. We are to work unselfishly. We are to feel a deep interest in the establishment and growth of other institutions besides those over which we have supervision. I sincerely wish that the sanitarium were miles away from Battle Creek. From the light given me of God, I know this would be better for its spirituality and usefulness. The college near Lincoln, Nebraska, will take a large number from Battle Creek, and this is as it should be. The light should shine forth from other places, as well as from Battle Creek. God designs that light shall shine forth from different cities and various localities. -135- To center so much in one place is a mistake; it savors of selfishness. Battle Creek is receiving more than its share of advantages. Were the important interests established there divided and subdivided, strength would be given to other churches. We are to labor unselfishly in the Lord's great vineyard, dividing time, money, educational interests, and ministerial institutes in such a way that as large a number as possible shall reap the benefit. The ambition that leads men to center so many facilities in Battle Creek should be restricted, that other places may be blessed with the benefits that some have planned to center there. In centering so much in one place, a wrong education is given to the people. To plan largely for Battle Creek is not wise. The world is our field of labor, and the money expended in this one place would go far toward carrying forward successful aggressive work in other places. There are many cities in which the people need the gospel message. Instead of so many of our workers of talent being centered in Battle Creek, men of sanctified ability should be assigned to posts of activity in different localities. These men should have a living interest in many places, studying ways and means by which to advance the work. They are not to move in their own judgment, but are to blend together in the great work. From year to year, as the work strengthens in the place in which they are laboring, they are to educate and train workers, and send help to other places. Unselfishness in Service A limit must be set to the expansion of our institutions in Battle Creek. The field is the world, and God has an interest in other parts of His great vineyard. There are churches and institutions that are straining every nerve to get standing room, that they may live. Let our prosperous institutions see to it that they strengthen the things that remain which are ready to die. How easily might the large church in Battle Creek appropriate some of its means for the aid of the poorer churches, which are nearly crushed under a load of debt! Why is it that these sister churches are left from year to year to struggle with poverty and debt? Selfishness brings spiritual death. What great good our more able churches might accomplish if they would aid their sister churches, bringing them to a condition of prosperity! -136- Helping Those Who Need Help As God's agencies we are to have hearts of flesh, full of the charity that prompts us to be helpful to those more needy than ourselves. If we see our brethren and sisters struggling under poverty and debt, if we see churches that are in need of financial aid, we should manifest an unselfish interest in them and help them in proportion as God has prospered us. If you who have charge of an institution see other institutions bravely struggling for standing room so that they may do a work similar to the work of the institutions with which you are connected, do not be jealous. Do not seek to push a working force out of existence and to exalt yourselves in conscious superiority. Rather, curtail some of your large plans, and help those who are struggling. Aid them in carrying out some of their plans to increase their facilities. Do not use every dollar in enlarging your facilities and increasing your responsibilities. Reserve part of your means for establishing in other places health institutions and schools. You will need great wisdom to know just where to place these institutions so that the people will be the most benefited. All these matters must receive candid consideration. -137- Those in positions of responsibility will need wisdom from on high in order to deal justly, to love mercy, and to show mercy, not only to a few, but to everyone with whom they come in contact. Christ identifies His interests with those of His people, no matter how poor and needy they may be. Missions must be opened for the colored people, and everyone should seek to do something and to do it now. There is need that institutions be established in different places, that men and women may be set at work to do their best in the fear of God. No one should lose sight of his mission and work. Everyone should aim to carry forward to a successful issue the work placed in his hands. All our institutions should keep this in mind and strive for success; but at the same time let them remember that their success will increase in proportion as they exercise disinterested liberality, sharing their abundance with institutions that are struggling for a foothold. Our prosperous institutions should help those institutions that God has said should live and prosper, but which are still struggling for an existence. There is among us a very limited amount of real, unselfish love. The Lord says: “Everyone that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God. He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love.” “If we love one another, God dwelleth in us, and His love is perfected in us.” 1 John 4:7, 8, 12. It is not pleasing to God to see man looking only upon his own things, closing his eyes to the interests of others. What One Institution can Do for Another In the providence of God the Battle Creek Sanitarium has been greatly prospered, and during this coming year those in charge should restrict their wants. Instead of doing all that they desire to do in enlarging their facilities, they should do unselfish work for God, reaching out the hand of charity to interests centered in other places. What benefit they could confer upon the Rural Health Retreat, at St. Helena, by giving a few thousand dollars to this enterprise! Such a donation would give courage to those in charge, inspiring them to move forward and upward. -138- Donations were made to the Battle Creek Sanitarium in its earlier history, and should not this sanitarium consider carefully what it can do for its sister institution on the Pacific Coast? My brethren in Battle Creek, does it not seem in accordance with God's order to restrict your wants, to curtail your building operations, not enlarging our institutions in that center? Why should you not feel that it is your privilege and duty to help those who need help? A Reformation Needed I have been instructed that a reformation is needed along these lines, that more liberality should prevail among us. There is constant danger that even Seventh-day Adventists will be overcome with selfish ambition and will desire to center all the means and power in the interests over which they especially preside. There is danger that men will permit a jealous feeling to arise in their hearts and that they will become envious of interests that are as important as those which they are handling. Those who cherish the grace of pure Christianity cannot look with indifference upon any part of the work in the Lord's great vineyard. Those who are truly converted will have an equal interest in the work in all parts of the vineyard and will be ready to help wherever help is needed. It is selfishness that hinders men from sending help to those places where the work of God is not as prosperous as it is in the institution over which they have supervision. Those who bear responsibilities should carefully seek for the good of every branch of the cause and work of God. They should encourage and sustain the interests in other fields as well as the interests in their own. Thus the bonds of brotherhood would be strengthened between members of God's family on earth, and the door would be closed to the petty jealousies and heartburnings that position and prosperity are sure to arouse unless the grace of God controls the heart. -139- “This I say,” Paul wrote: “He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully. Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver. And God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work;” “being enriched in everything to all bountifulness, which causeth through us thanksgiving to God. For the administration of this service not only supplieth the want of the saints, but is abundant also by many thanksgivings unto God; whiles by the experiment of this ministration they glorify God for your professed subjection unto the gospel of Christ, and for your liberal distribution unto them, and unto all men; and by their prayer for you, which long after you for the exceeding grace of God in you. Thanks be unto God for His Unspeakable Gift.” 2 Corinthians 9:6-8, 11-15. Testimonies for the Church, Vol. 8 pp. 129-138

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी
SBS Hindi News 30 December 2021: National Cabinet redefines the 'Close contact'

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 9:30


In this latest SBS Hindi news bulletin: A child with coronavirus dies in South Australia;  National Cabinet agrees to redefine the meaning of "close contact"; India reports 43 per cent jump in coronavirus cases and more news.

South Australian Country Hour
SA Country Hour, Tuesday 28 December 2021

South Australian Country Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 30:00


Cooperation across four states was better than expected to get staff and machinery moving back and forth for a difficult grain harvest There's been a big win in the fight against fruit fly in South Australia, The bug has been eradicated in more than 170 suburbs across Adelaide, as well as in Berri, Cooltong and Monash Southern Rock Lobster exporters have a new market. Effective immediately they now can send live, frozen and chilled product to Korea.

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
South Australia's health care system "absolutely strained" as state grapples with worst COVID-19 outbreak

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 10:06


Just a few months ago, the prospect of nearly 10,000 new COVID cases a day in Australia seemed like a far off and unlikely idea. But the situation has now changed dramatically, especially in states like South Australia, which is currently grappling with its worst ever outbreak.

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
Il South Australia rinuncia al test PCR all'arrivo

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 5:41


Il South Australia ha registrato un numero di casi mai così elevato e introdotto nuove restrizioni.

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
Pressure on states to abolish mandatory COVID-19 testing restrictions for interstate travel

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 10:44


With Omicron cases rising, travellers from COVID-19 hotspots into all states except South Australia and Victoria must prove they've had a negative PCR test result before they're allowed to cross the border. That's seen testing facilities and pathology labs overrun, leaving travellers to wait hours for tests and with no guarantee of a result in time.

Blueprint - Separate stories
Collectivising the Australian Pub

Blueprint - Separate stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 15:30


What if we all owned a stake in our local pub? It's an idea that was first generated in the Swedish city of Gothenburg in the late-19th century, and the model still holds in Europe… and regional South Australia. Hear from ANU social anthropologist Maggie Brady, who has written a paper on this curious history.

Well, Well, Well
Holiday Health

Well, Well, Well

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 52:44


This week we have our Holiday Health episode! Jack and Cal look into what support services can help our LGBTIQ communities get through the festive season. Venetia Brissenden speaks with us about Alcohol and Other Drug services they're involved with at The Cottage in South Australia. Nic Robinson-Griffith from Thorne Harbour also talks about how you can support friends and family during this time. If you need support via web chat or phone during the holiday period, visit Switchboard for more info. For more podcasts on holiday health and wellbeing, check out our other JOY Podcasts!

Unreserved Wine Talk
160: Longshot Wines Bet Big on Market Launch with Winemaker Beth Liston

Unreserved Wine Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 45:14


Are you curious about how a wine brand breaks through in a new market? Why is the wine category one of the most difficult to offer a great price/quality ratio? What unique challenges do women winemakers face in the industry?   In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with Beth Liston, a rebel winemaker from California who's just launched a new wine called Longshot.   You can find the wines we discussed at https://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks.   Highlights How did Beth's interest in restoring vintage cars get started? When did Beth realize she wanted to become a winemaker? Which valuable lessons did Beth learn from working a harvest in South Australia? What's the most exciting aspect of being a winemaker? What does it mean to find your voice as a winemaker? What was the concept behind the creation of Longshot/Dark Horse wine? Why is it particularly difficult to maximize wine's price-quality ratio? How do the techniques used in making Longshot/Dark Horse help them to stand out in their category? What has Beth learned from her experimentation with blending grapes? How does Beth translate inspiration from trends in cocktails and beer into winemaking? What are the biggest trends currently dominating the drink industry? How can you identify thiols when tasting wine? What tasting experience can you expect from Longshot/Dark Horse Pinot Noir and Chardonnay? Which food pairings should you try with Longshot/Dark Horse Pinot Noir? What's the most rewarding aspect of being a winemaker? How does Beth navigate the challenges of being a woman in a male-dominated field?   Key Takeaways My MBA brain loves the back story of how a new wine brand breaks into a new market. So many factors are at play from the product itself and packaging to getting consumers to try the wine and building loyalty through repeat purchases. The wine category is one of the most difficult to offer a great price/quality ratio given the vagaries of weather from year to year. As Beth notes, it's an agricultural product, unlike say breakfast cereal where you can control production. It's also capital intensive, from having to age wine so you're tying up your cash flow, to the substantial investment in equipment, from presses to bottling lines. And finally, I admire her approach to building credibility in the industry as a woman and as a winemaker, regardless of gender. It takes perseverance, a love of change and adaptability and a willingness to get down in the trenches, or should we say the cellar, and learn the job from the ground up.   Join me on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube Live Video Join the live-stream video of this conversation on Wednesday at 7 pm eastern on Instagram Live Video, Facebook Live Video or YouTube Live Video. I'll be jumping into the comments as we watch it together so that I can answer your questions in real-time. I want to hear from you! What's your opinion of what we're discussing? What takeaways or tips do you love most from this chat? What questions do you have that we didn't answer? Want to know when we go live? Add this to your calendar: https://www.addevent.com/calendar/CB262621   About Beth Liston Beth Liston discovered her interest in wine while growing up on California's Central Coast. During college, she worked in a local tasting room, developing a fascination for both the art and science that goes into making great wines.   Beth earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a minor in Wine and Viticulture from California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo. After graduating, she completed graduate work in oenology and worked in wine sales in Austin, Texas before setting her sights on winemaking.   With more than a decade of harvests behind her, Beth has acquired diverse winemaking experiences from the Limestone Coast of South Australia to Napa Valley.   She's now the Director of Winemaking for Dark Horse wines in Modesto, in California's Central Valley. Outside of work, Beth enjoys spending time with her husband, Daniel, and their two sons, relaxing with yoga and travelling to explore new cultures through food and wine. She joins us now from Modesto, California.       To learn more about the resources mentioned in this episode, visit https://www.nataliemaclean.com/160.

Untapped Power: Insights and Wisdom for Collective Transformation in the Yoga Community
Finding strength in the Voice and the practice of Ryoho Yoga with Leah Cooper

Untapped Power: Insights and Wisdom for Collective Transformation in the Yoga Community

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 56:19


In this episode I sit down with Leah Copper a Ryoho Yoga teacher who has been practicing for the last 25 years.  Leah lives in South Australia where she started her yoga business, The Centre of Ki, in 2013.   Together in this episode we explore:The process for finding and discovering your own center pointRefinement through personal experiencesThe practice in releasing controlHow taking the pressure off allows space for freedomLeah's personal process for starting her businessThe ending of her relationship allowed for more space and opportunityMoving into joyful marketing and continued creation Learning to trust the self through discernment Power in Surrounding yourself with people who support youHolding space and listeningThe practice of Ryoho yoga and why it worked for LeahChallenges and surprises in running a businessBenefits of market researchDiscovering your voice and learning to use it over and over againUntapped Power of having a consistent meditation practice To connect with Leah you can visit her website or follow her on facebook and instagram.   Leah recently started her own podcast called The Wellbeing Room where she hopes to inspire her listeners through the stories she shares to improve wellness and get more out of life. If you liked this conversation considering joining the Free Community Untapped Power. To connect with Amanda follow her on Instagram @astrojny or visit amandastrojny.com and schedule your free connection call today.  Logo Design & Music by Alex Bourne

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 12.20.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 61:41


Study estimates lower risk of cardiovascular disease associated with improved vitamin D level University of South Australia, December 10 2021. Research reported on December 5, 2021 in the European Heart Journal estimated that improvement of vitamin D levels to 20 ng/mL could eliminate 4.4% of all cases of cardiovascular disease. “Our results are exciting as they suggest that if we can raise levels of vitamin D within norms, we should also affect rates of cardiovascular disease,” she stated. “By increasing vitamin D-deficient individuals to levels of at least 50 nmol/L [20 ng/mL], we estimate that 4.4 percent of all cardiovascular disease cases could have been prevented.” (NEXT) Capsaicin molecule inhibits growth of breast cancer cells Centre of Genomics (Germany) December 18, 2021 Capsaicin, an active ingredient of pungent substances such as chilli or pepper, inhibits the growth of breast cancer cells. This was reported by a team following experiments in cultivated tumour cells. In the cultivated cells, the team detected a number of typical olfactory receptors. One receptor occurred very frequently; it is usually found in the fifth cranial nerve, i.e. the trigeminal nerve. It belongs to the so-called Transient Receptor Potential Channels and is named TRPV1. That receptor is activated by the spicy molecule capsaicin as well as by helional – a scent of fresh sea breeze. (NEXT) Running down the exercise 'sweet spot' to reverse cognitive decline University of Queensland (Australia), December 14 2021 University of Queensland researchers have discovered an exercise 'sweet spot' that reverses the cognitive decline in aging mice, paving the way for human studies. After more than a decade of research, led by Queensland Brain Institute, the team found 35 days of voluntary physical exercise improved learning and memory. "We tested the cognitive ability of elderly mice following defined periods of exercise and found an optimal period or 'sweet spot' that greatly improved their spatial learning," Dr. Blackmore said. The researchers also discovered how exercise improved learning. (NEXT) Reducing copper in the body alters cancer metabolism to reduce risk of aggressive breast cancer Weill Cornell Medicine, December 15, 2021 Depleting copper levels may reduce the production of energy that cancer cells need to travel and establish themselves in other parts of the body by a process referred to as metastasis, according to a new study by investigators from Weill Cornell Medicine and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK). The discovery of the underlying mechanisms of how copper depletion may help reduce metastasis in breast cancer will help inform the design of future clinical trials. In a series of research papers from 2013 to 2021, Weill Cornell Medicine researchers showed that in a phase II clinical trial when patients who had high-risk triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) were treated with a drug that lowers the levels of copper in their bodies, it prolonged the period of time before their cancer recurred and spread or metastasized. (NEXT) Yerba mate decreases your risk of metabolic disorders Kyungpook National University (Korea), December 4, 2021 Yerba mate is a herbal dietary supplement taken for weight loss. A study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food examined its ability to treat obesity and metabolic disorders. Rats were divided into two groups: a control group given a high-fat diet and a control group with a high-fat diet but supplemented with yerba mate. Upon analysis of the animals, the researchers found that yerba mate increased energy expenditure and thermogenic gene mRNA expression in white adipose tissue (WAT) and decreased fatty acid synthase (FAS) mRNA expression in WAT. These changes were associated with decreases in body weight, WAT weight, epididymal adipocyte size, and plasma leptin level. (OTHER NEWS NEXT) High-ORAC Foods May Slow Aging USDA. Foods that score high in an antioxidant analysis called ORAC may protect cells and their components from oxidative damage, according to studies of animals and human blood at the Agricultural Research Service's Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts in Boston. ARS is the chief scientific agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture ORAC, short for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity, is a test tube analysis that measures the total antioxidant power of foods and other chemical substances. Early findings suggest that eating plenty of high-ORAC fruits and vegetables--such as spinach and blueberries--may help slow the processes associated with aging in both body and brain. In the studies, eating plenty of high-ORAC foods: Raised the antioxidant power of human blood 10 to 25 percent Prevented some loss of long-term memory and learning ability in middle-aged rats Maintained the ability of brain cells in middle-aged rats to respond to a chemical stimulus--a function that normally decreases with age Protected rats' tiny blood vessels--capillaries--against oxygen damage "It may be that combinations of nutrients found in foods have greater protective effects than each nutrient taken alone," said Guohua (Howard) Cao, a physician and chemist who developed the ORAC assay. Examples Women gave blood after separately ingesting spinach, strawberries and red wine--all high-ORAC foods--or taking 1,250 milligrams of vitamin C. A large serving of fresh spinach produced the biggest rise in the women's blood antioxidant scores--up to 25 percent--followed by vitamin C, strawberries and lastly, red wine Men and women had a 13- to 15-percent increase in the antioxidant power of their blood after doubling their daily fruit and vegetable intake compared to what they consumed before the study. Just doubling intake, without regard to ORAC scores of the fruits and vegetables, more than doubled the number of ORAC units the volunteers consumed, said Prior. Rats fed daily doses of blueberry extract for six weeks before being subjected to two days of pure oxygen apparently suffered much less damage to the capillaries in and around their lungs, Prior said. Middle-aged rats that had eaten diets fortified with spinach or strawberry extract or vitamin E for nine months. A daily dose of spinach extract "prevented some loss of long-term memory and learning ability normally experienced by the 15-month-old rats," said Shukitt-Hale. Spinach was also the most potent in protecting different types of nerve cells in two separate parts of the brain against the effects of aging, said Joseph. (NEXT) Paul Kingsnorth Interview Video  Paul Kingsnorth is an English environmental writer, novelist and the former deputy-editor of The Ecologist and a co-founder of the Dark Mountain Project. Kingsnorth's nonfiction writing addresses macro themes like environmentalism, globalization, and the challenges posed to humanity by civilization-level trends. He is a graduate of Oxford University and later joined the environmental campaign group EarthAction. He has subsequently worked as commissioning editor for openDemocracy, as a publications editor for Greenpeace and, between 1999 and 2001, as deputy editor of The Ecologist. He was named one of Britain's "top ten troublemakers" by the New Statesman magazine in 2001.  In 2020, he was called "England's greatest living writer" by Aris Roussinos. In 2004, he was one of the founders of the Free West Papua Campaign, which campaigns for the secession of the provinces of Papua and West Papua from Indonesia, where Kingsnorth was made an honorary member of the Lani tribe in 200.  His most notable book is Confessions of a Recovering Environmentalist (NEXT) Video - James Giordano Lecture James  Giordano, PhD, MPhil, is Chief of the Neuroethics Studies Program, Scholar-in-Residence, leads the Sub-Program in Military Medical Ethics, and Co-director of the O'Neill-Pellegrino Program in Brain Science and Global Health Law and Policy in the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics; and is Professor in the Departments of Neurology and Biochemistry at Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC, USA.  He is also Distinguished Visiting Professor of Brain Science, Health Promotions and Ethics at the Coburg University of Applied Sciences, Coburg, Germany, and was formerly 2011-2012 JW Fulbright Foundation Visiting Professor of Neurosciences and Neuroethics at the Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany. Prof. Giordano currently serves as Chair of the Neuroethics Program of the IEEE Brain Project, and an appointed member of the Neuroethics, Legal and Social Issues (NELSI) Advisory Panel of the Defense Advanced Research Projects' Agency (DARPA). He has previously served as Research Fellow and Task Leader of the EU Human Brain Project Sub-Project on Dual-Use Brain Science; an appointed member of United States Department of Health and Human Services Secretary's Advisory Council on Human Research Protections (SACHRP); and as Senior Science Advisory Fellow of the Strategic Multilayer Assessment Branch of the Joint Staff of the Pentagon.

Murder, Mirth, & Monsters Podcast
Episode 141: The Snowtown Murders - Bodies in a Barrel

Murder, Mirth, & Monsters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 69:55


On this episode, Brian teaches Emma about the Snowtown murders, known as the most heinous murders in all of Australia. Join us as we learn about a collection of crimes that had so many gag orders on it, that most of the world didn't even know it existed. Want to get in touch with us? For work related inquires and suggestions for the show: murdermirthmonsters@gmail.com Twitter: @MirthAndMurder Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowtown_murders http://maamodt.asp.radford.edu/Psyc%20405/serial%20killers/Bunting,%20John%20Justin.pdf https://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/law-order/true-crime-scene/how-australias-worst-serial-killers-john-bunting-and-robert-wagner-stained-snowtown-with-their-sadistic-kill-games/news-story/7a8f5f816349f60b8eeee2e06b23b2a4 https://www.ranker.com/list/snowtown-murders-facts/laura-allan http://murderpedia.org/male.B/b/bunting-john-justin.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowtown,_South_Australia https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/09/120920115739.htm

The John Batchelor Show
#OzWatch: Omicron dominates the news in cautious Australia Christmas. Jeremy Zakis, New South Wales.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 8:37


Photo: Methodist Girls Red Cross Society in Kapunda, South Australia - 30 May 1917 @Batchelorshow #OzWatch: Omicron dominates the news in cautious Australia Christmas.  Jeremy Zakis, New South Wales. #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/australia-live-news-updates-nsw-covid-cases-surge-to-new-record-amid-omicron-outbreak-victoria-records-seven-deaths-tasmania-bans-jumping-castles-from-schools-after-tragedy/ar-AARVxbb

Toy Power Podcast
#245: An Eternian Xmas!

Toy Power Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 69:32


Today on the Toy Power Podcast, it's high time we talked about the second instalment of MOTU Revelation; & what better way to unpack this, than bring in some great guests - Criss Fresh & Uncle Mitch!  A quick round table health check before we go into a Full Spoiler chat about the season two of Revelation.  Lots of comparisons between the two seasons, as well the unanimous thoughts about which season was better.  We touch on everything here - Power Levels, Death, Voice Acting, Animation & The Hulk!?  We ask the question too - from the words of Kevin Smith - is it really a follow-on of Filmation or does it pave its own path?  It wouldn't be a proper review without talking about our favourite moments; & what that final scene means!  What are the chances of seeing this series continue??  Our other major topic this ep is all about reminiscing about past Xmas's.  Memorable gifts or events, as well as a shout-out to what we have each asked Santa for Xmas this year! In closing out the episode, a few teases for the future - like Commander M & a voting post for 2021 that will be released very soon!  This is our last episode of the year, so we wish everyone a very Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!  Please find Criss Fresh: @CrissFresh & Dirty Uncle Mitch: @BlockBusterJ  Also Criss & Mitch together on their NSFW Podcasts: @GeekDudes as well as their Aussie flash back show: @HeyHeyPodcast   Plus: Mitch on his other Podcast: The Massive Attack Podcast! Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Final Word Cricket Podcast
Ashes Daily - Adelaide Day 3

The Final Word Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 10:47


This is The Final Word Ashes Daily: Day 3 of the second Test at the Adelaide Oval.Joe Root and Dawid Malan built another solid partnership but as soon as they went, so did England's hope of winning this test match in South Australia. Hear about it all with Adam Collins and Geoff Lemon.Win your own ZOLEO satellite phone device by filling in this survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/F9PSLLNYou can support the show at patreon.com/thefinalwordCheck out previous shows at finalwordcricket.comGet 15% off Brick Lane beer with the code MARSH182 at bricklanebrewing.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Final Word Cricket Podcast
Ashes Daily - Adelaide Day 2

The Final Word Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 16:56


This is The Final Word Ashes Daily: Day 2 of the second Test at the Adelaide Oval.England's woes continue in South Australia. Hear about it all with Adam Collins and Geoff Lemon.Win your own ZOLEO satellite phone device by filling in this survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/F9PSLLNYou can support the show at patreon.com/thefinalwordCheck out previous shows at finalwordcricket.comGet 15% off Brick Lane beer with the code MARSH182 at bricklanebrewing.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Deep in the Weeds - A Food Podcast with Anthony Huckstep
Fishtales: Marcus Stehr (Tuna Fisherman, Port Lincoln, South Australia) - a rare, natural gift for fishing

Deep in the Weeds - A Food Podcast with Anthony Huckstep

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 32:41


When we consider family seafood dynasties, there's probably few as quintessentially South Australian or as diverse, as the Tuna fishing Stehr family from the West Coast seafood town of Port Lincoln.They have been fishing 50 plus years across a range of fisheries but tuna is in their blood and that love of the Southern Bluefin has been handed down generationally.Being the prodigal son of one of the inimitable Hagen Stehr, one of Australia's most innovative, determined and pioneering fishermen would be daunting for most, Marcus Stehr however has built on the family heritage adding his rare, natural gift for fishing to create one of the great fishing companies in Australia.https://www.stehrgroup.netFollow Fishtales, a Seafood Podcast on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/fishtalesseafoodpodcast/Follow John Susman https://www.instagram.com/fisheads/?hl=enFollow Rob Locke (Executive Producer)https://www.instagram.com/foodwinedine/Follow Huck (Executive Producer)https://www.instagram.com/huckstergram/LISTEN TO OUR OTHER FOOD PODCASTShttps://linktr.ee/DeepintheWeedsNetwork

PM full episode
Children killed in jumping castle disaster

PM full episode

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 30:00


Growing pressure for COVID vaccine boosters to be offered three months after the second shot, as protection wanes and the virus spreads quickly. Months after the medicine regulator approved them, why are rapid COVID tests banned in South Australia and WA? And tech firms race to address a big security flaw in widely used software that's being exploited by hackers.

CruxCasts
Investigator Resources (IVR) - PFS Shows 53Moz of Silver at A$17

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 14:26


Investigator Resources is an Australia-based mineral exploration company. The Company is focused on the opportunities for Greenfields silver-lead, copper-gold and nickel discoveries offered by the minerals frontier of the southern Gawler Craton on South Australia's northern Eyre and Yorke Peninsulas. It holds a portfolio of exploration tenements in South Australia and is focused on advancing the shallow Paris silver deposit to an indicated mineral resource. Its projects include Paris-Nankivel area for further epithermal silver and associated skarn and conceptual porphyry copper-gold targets in the mineral system; Diomedes with Archaean ultramafic and nickel intersected in the underlying basement geology near Paris; Thurlga JV containing silver, gold and copper targets on the tenement adjacent to Paris; Uno/Morgans epithermal silver copper and nickel in the basement of probable Archaean age approximately 100 kilometers east of Paris, and Maslins Project.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 12.15.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 59:58


Flavor your food with 'flavanols (flavan-3-ols)' to burn excess fat, new study suggests Dietary intake of flavanols (flavan-3-ols), type of dietary polyphenolics, could help prevent obesity by sympathetic nervous system-induced browning of fat tissue Shibaura Institute of Technology, December 13, 2021 In cold conditions, brown adipose tissue (BAT) or brown fat generates heat to keep the body warm. Compared with white adipose tissue, BAT has more mitochondria­—subcellular organelles associated with energy production—which allows it to burn calories and produce heat by activating the mitochondrial uncoupling protein 1 (Ucp-1). The stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) after cold exposure, exercise, and calorie restriction is well known to induce fat browning. Dietary polyphenols may also activate BAT, causing heat to be dissipated from our bodies. BAT activation and white fat browning are thus both therapeutically significant in the fight against cardiovascular diseases and their comorbidities. A group of scientists examined the browning of fat induced by dietary administration of flavan 3-ols (FLs), a family of "catechin" containing polyphenols abundant in cocoa, apple, grapeseed, and red wine. In a new study published in the journal Nutrients, the team led by Professor Naomi Osakabe of Graduate School of Engineering and Science, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan proved that FLs enhance browning of adipose tissue by activating the SNS. The findings revealed a direct correlation between fat browning and FLs consumption, which could help researchers develop new treatments for obesity-related diseases. The authors of this study had previously discovered that a single oral dose of FLs caused fat burning and increased skeletal muscle blood flow. Here, they investigated the effects of single and multiple dose administration of FLs in mouse adipose tissue and found that FLs activate fat browning via the SNS, which secretes "catecholamine" neurotransmitters such as adrenaline (AD) and noradrenaline (NA). They fed cocoa-derived FLs to distinct groups of mice in two independent sets of experiments. One group was given a single dose of FLs, and their urine excreted over 24 hours was collected for testing. The other group received repeated doses for 14 days before being dissected for the collection of brown and white fat. All adipose samples were tested for gene and protein markers that indicate fat browning, while the urine samples were tested specifically for AD and NA levels. Higher concentrations of AD and NA in the urine following a single dose of FL clearly demonstrated SNS activation. Although the use of urine samples to evaluate SNS activation is still controversial in clinical research, it has been validated in stressed rodents. “Oral administration of FLs likely activate the SNS because they are considered stressors in these models,” explains Prof Osakabe. The team then used the obtained adipose tissue to investigate the effects of long-term FL treatment. They were thrilled to discover that the white fat of mice who were fed FLs for 14 days eventually turned brown. Some of these cells also had notable structural changes, such as “multilocular phenotype,” and appeared to be smaller than normal cells. Since BAT dissipates heat energy, does long-term FL consumption change the amounts of heat-related proteins? To answer this question, the scientists showed that Ucp-1 levels, as well as other high temperature-linked proteins, increased in mice fed repeated doses of FLs. Browning markers, referred to as "beige markers" in this study, were also abundant in these mice. “All of these proteins work together to induce the development of the BAT phenotype,” exclaims Prof. Osakabe. The team believes that the results of their study may contribute to the prevention of lifestyle-related diseases. Interestingly, this is not the first time FLs have worked wonders. Improvements in glucose and insulin tolerance have been seen after just one dose of FL-rich food administration. These findings taken together highlight the need of discussing both the acute and chronic aspects of the metabolic responses generated by FLs consumption. It is evident from this research that the SNS activity in response to FLs intake caused the observed changes in mice fat. “Although the mechanism of adipose browning is not fully understood, it is possible that repeated administration of FLs may produce browning via catecholamines and its receptors,” explains Prof. Osakabe. “Further studies will be required to understand how this process is induced by FL-rich foods,” she concludes.   Discrimination increases risk for mental health issues in young adults  University of California at Los Angeles, November 9, 2021   A UCLA study has found that young adults who have experienced discrimination have a higher risk for both short- and long-term behavioral and mental health problems. Researchers examined a decade's worth of health data on 1,834 Americans who were between 18 and 28 years old when the study began. They found that the effects of discrimination may be cumulative — that the greater number of incidents of discrimination someone experiences, the more their risk for mental and behavioral problems increases.   The study also suggests that the effects of discrimination in young adults are connected with disparities in care for mental health concerns and institutional discrimination in health care overall, including inequities in diagnoses, treatment and health outcomes. The study was published today in the journal Pediatrics. Previous studies have linked discrimination — whether due to racism, sexism, ageism, physical appearance or other biases — to a higher risk for mental illness, psychological distress and drug use. While previous research has examined the correlation in childhood or later adulthood, this new study is the first to focus on the transition to adulthood and to follow the same group of individuals over time. “With 75% of all lifetime mental health disorders presenting by age 24, the transition to adulthood is a crucial time to prevent mental and behavioral health problems,” said Yvonne Lei, a medical student at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the study's corresponding author. Lei also said the findings are particularly relevant in light of the stresses young adults are facing nationwide today. “The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the forefront new mental health challenges — particularly for vulnerable populations,” she said. “We have the opportunity to rethink and improve mental health services to acknowledge the impact of discrimination, so we can better address it to provide more equitable care delivery.” Researchers used data spanning 2007 to 2017 from the University of Michigan's Transition to Adulthood Supplement of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics survey. Approximately 93% of the people in the study reported experiencing discrimination; the most common factors they cited were age (26%), physical appearance (19%), sex (14%) and race (13%). The analysis showed that participants who experienced frequent discrimination, defined as a few times per month or more, were roughly 25% more likely to be diagnosed with a mental illness and twice as likely to develop severe psychological distress than those who had not experienced discrimination or had experienced it a few times per year or less. Overall, people who experienced any amount of discrimination had a 26% greater risk for poor health than people who said they did not experience discrimination. During the 10-year period, young adults in the study who had experienced multiple successive years of high-frequency discrimination showed a much more pronounced, cumulative risk for mental illness, psychological distress, drug use and worse overall health. The findings shed light on the multidimensional impact of discrimination on mental and behavioral health and overall well-being. “The associations we found are likely also intertwined with mental health care service disparities — including inequities in care access, provider biases and structural and institutional discrimination in health care — leading to inequities in diagnoses, treatment and outcomes,” said the study's senior author, Dr. Adam Schickedanz, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the Geffen School of Medicine.   Saffron: A Safe and Effective Treatment for Postpartum Depression Mashhad University of Medical Sciences (Iran)  December 11, 2021  Postpartum depression is a mood disorder that affects as many as 1 in 7 new mothers. Characterized by deep mood swings, low energy, and a loss of interest in daily activities, postpartum depression may be caused by the sudden drops in estrogen and progesterone that occur in a woman's body immediately after giving birth.[1]  Currently, the only approved medical treatments for postpartum depression are talk therapy and psychiatric medications. If a mother wishes to breastfeed, the pharmaceutical path is contraindicated due to contaminating breast milk with medication metabolites. Now, thanks to an exotic spice, there is another choice that demonstrates the power of nature to heal from within. In the journal Phytomedicine published the results of a clinical trial on saffron stigma for treating mothers suffering from postpartum depression. Saffron stigma are crimson-covered threads that are produced by the flowers of Crocus sativus L., commonly referred to as “saffron crocus.” A highly valued cooking spice, saffron is one of the world's most expensive spices by weight.[2] Beyond saffron's delicate flavor, often described as sweet and “hay like”, and rich golden hue used in traditional dyes, saffron's use as a medicinal herb has been documented for more than 4,000 years.   In this study, researchers wanted to identify a non-pharmaceutical treatment option for breastfeeding mothers suffering from mild-to-moderate postpartum depressive disorder (PPD). A double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial was conducted on 60 new mothers diagnosed with PPD using the Beck Depression Inventory-Second Edition (BDI-II). Participants were randomly assigned to either saffron or placebo group, with saffron group receiving a 15-mg per day dose of the powdered herb. After 8 weeks, new BDI-II scores were taken and compared to the baseline scores. Results showed that the saffron group experienced a 96% remission rate for postpartum depression, more than double the remission rate of placebo group. BDI-II scores decreased significantly for the women consuming saffron (from 20.3 ± 5.7 to 8.4 ± 3.7), while the placebo group experienced only a modest decrease in symptom scores (19.8 ± 3.2 to 15.1 ± 5.4). Researchers concluded that saffron can have a safe and significant mood-elevating impact for those suffering from postpartum depression who want to safely breast-feed their newborns.[3] Other researchers have produced similarly encouraging findings about saffron's potential as a natural antidepressant. A 2014 meta-analysis titled “Saffron for depression: a systematic review of clinical studies and examination of underlying antidepressant mechanisms of action” analyzed six studies on saffron for treating depression. Researchers determined conclusively that “saffron had large treatment effects” on depression. When compared with antidepressant medications, saffron was found to have similar efficacy - without the side effects.  Saffron's antidepressant properties have been attributed to its “serotonergic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, neuro-endocrine, and neuroprotective effects.”[4] It is a commonly held misbelief that holistic treatments for depression are only viable when a person is experiencing mild-to-moderate depression symptoms. Another meta-analysis of saffron for major depressive disorders dispels this concern. In this 2013 review of five studies on saffron for major depressive disorder, researchers noted that a “large effect” was seen in saffron-treated patients versus placebo, concluding that “saffron supplementation can improve symptoms of depression in adults with major depressive disorder.”[5] Saffron's impressive ability to elevate mood is backed-up by at least seven additional proven health benefits. Rich in B vitamins and manganese, adding this beautiful spice to your diet also provides a nutritional boost.     Regular exercise reduces the risk of and death from pneumonia, study suggests University of Bristol, December 7, 2021 People who exercise regularly can reduce their risk of developing and dying from pneumonia, new research has found.  The study, led by the University of Bristol and published in GeroScience, analysed, for the first time, ten population cohort studies with over one million participants. The benefits of regular exercise are well-known and can reduce the risk, length or severity of infectious diseases. Previous research has suggested that regular exercise might be associated with a reduced risk of pneumonia, but the studies have had mixed findings with some reporting evidence of a relationship and others no evidence. The researchers carried out a pooled analysis of all published studies to re-evaluate the relationship between regular exercise and the risk of developing pneumonia. The questions the study aimed to answer included: Is there an association between regular physical activity and future risk of pneumonia? If there is an association, what is the strength and nature of the association? If there is an association, is it stronger or weaker in specific groups of people? The study found people who exercise regularly have a lower risk of developing pneumonia and pneumonia-related death compared to those who were the least or not physically active. The relationship was shown for pneumonias that did not result in death and those that resulted in death. The results did not change on taking into account known factors that can affect pneumonia such as age, sex, body mass index, socioeconomic status, alcohol consumption, smoking, and pre-existing diseases. The strength of the association did not vary by age or sex. Dr Setor Kunutsor, Senior Lecturer in Evidence Synthesis in the Bristol Medical School: Translational Health Sciences (THS) and corresponding author on the paper, said: “In this first-ever pooled analysis of all studies conducted on the topic, we found strong and convincing evidence of a relationship between regular exercise and reduction in a person's risk of developing pneumonia as well as death from the disease. "Though our study could not determine the amount and intensity of physical activity, which is essential to prevent pneumonia, some of the results suggest that walking for 30 minutes once a week has a protective effect on death due to pneumonia. “During the winter months and with COVID-19 still circulating, developing severe pneumonia from COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases is a common occurrence.  Taking regular physical activity could reduce the risk of respiratory diseases such as COVID-19 especially in at-risk groups like older adults and those with underlying health conditions.” The research does not prove cause and effect and further studies are needed to show if the associations demonstrated are causal. Also, additional work should be carried out to confirm the amount and intensity of physical activity, which is essential for the prevention of pneumonia or pneumonia-related deaths.  Finally, because regular exercise was self-reported, the values could be biased so future studies should focus on accurately assessing physical activity with the use of accelerometers or pedometers. Pneumonia is an infection of the lung tissue usually caused by bacteria or viruses and is a leading cause of death among older people, the young, and people with pre-existing health conditions. In 2016 the disease was the fourth leading cause of death in the world. Pneumonia is also associated with ill health, reduced quality of life, and high healthcare costs. Smoking, heavy drinking, respiratory conditions such as asthma, and chronic diseases such as diabetes and kidney disease, are well known to increase the risk of pneumonia, which is a preventable cause of death and disability. The study's findings add to the well documented evidence that regular physical activity has the potential to reduce the risk of several chronic diseases, infectious diseases such as pneumonia, as well as death. Physical activity has huge benefits on overall health, as well as reducing healthcare costs caused by pre-existing health conditions.   A daily dose of yoghurt could be the go-to food to manage high blood pressure University of South Australia and University of Maine, December 7, 2021 Whether it's a dollop on your morning cereal or a simple snack on the go, a daily dose of yoghurt could be the next go-to food for people with high blood pressure, according to new research from the University of South Australia. Conducted in partnership with the University of Maine, the study examined the associations between yoghurt intake, blood pressure and cardiovascular risk factors, finding that yoghurt is associated with lower blood pressure for those with hypertension. Globally, more than a billion people suffer from hypertension (high blood pressure), putting them at greater risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) such as heart attack and stroke. CVDs are the leading cause of death worldwide – in the United States, one person dies from CVD every 36 seconds; in Australia, it's every 12 minutes. UniSA researcher Dr Alexandra Wade says this study provides new evidence that connects yoghurt with positive blood pressure outcomes for hypertensive people. “High blood pressure is the number one risk factor for cardiovascular disease, so it's important that we continue to find ways to reduce and regulate it,” Dr Wade says. “Dairy foods, especially yoghurt, may be capable of reducing blood pressure. “This is because dairy foods contain a range of micronutrients, including calcium, magnesium and potassium, all of which are involved in the regulation of blood pressure. “Yoghurt is especially interesting because it also contains bacteria that promote the release of proteins which lowers blood pressure. “This study showed for people with elevated blood pressure, even small amounts of yoghurt were associated with lower blood pressure. “And for those who consumed yoghurt regularly, the results were even stronger, with blood pressure readings nearly seven points lower than those who did not consume yoghurt.” The study was conducted on 915 community-dwelling adults from the Maine–Syracuse Longitudinal Study. Habitual yogurt consumption was measured using a food frequency questionnaire. High blood pressure was defined as being greater than or equal to 140/90 mmHg (a normal blood pressure level is less than 120/80 mmHg).  Researchers say that future observational and intervention studies should continue to focus on at-risk individuals to examine the potential benefits of yogurt.   Infrared sauna helps remove heavy metals and prevent cancer   University of Munich, December 13, 2021    You're about to discover the underappreciated health benefits of infrared sauna therapy. (Share this news with your healthcare provider) Every day, our bodies are besieged by toxins, including heavy metals and industrial chemicals – a non-stop bombardment that can threaten to overwhelm the body's natural defense system. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency notes that the average American has over 700 chemicals in his or her system – including arsenic, lead, mercury, aluminum and cadmium.   The accumulation of these toxic substances can set the stage for a host of serious diseases, including cancer and dementia.  Fortunately, there is a safe and effective way to rid the body of heavy metals and other pollutants, relieving the burden on your immune system and helping to prevent and even treat cancer.   Infrared saunas detoxify and heal the body with therapeutic radiant heat   Traditional saunas, which use steam to induce sweating, require high temperatures – something many users find uncomfortable. In contrast, infrared sauna rays use radiant heat similar to that of the sun – but minus the harmful ultraviolet rays – allowing the infrared rays to penetrate the skin, heating from the inside out as well as on the surface. Experts advise temperatures of 105 to 130 degrees Fahrenheit as optimal for infrared saunas. The result is a higher comfort level and the ability to remain in the sauna longer for maximum therapeutic effects.   Cancer prevention: Infrared saunas kill mutated cancer cells   Millions of mutated cells exist in every body, but the immune system is designed to kill them off before they have a chance to multiply and grow into tumors. However, an immune system overwhelmed by toxins may not do this effectively – hence, the development of cancer. Because cancer cells have a poorer tolerance to heat than healthy cells, infrared light is just the ticket to kill them off – and stop potential cancers in their tracks. Dr Rolf Issels, M.D., Ph.D., of the University of Munich, notes that the heat produced in an infrared sauna can create “heat shock” proteins on the surfaces of cancer cells, causing them to be more vulnerable to attack by the immune system.   Heat therapy can help reduce the size of existing tumors   Research shows that heat therapy via infrared saunas activates natural killer cells, T-cells and macrophages – the body's natural cancer-fighting defense troops. Raising body heat can speed the death of tumors, as well as helping clear the body of carcinogens that contributed to their formation in the first place. Hyperthermia, or heat therapy, is acknowledged by the American Cancer Society as a “promising” way to improve cancer treatment, while the National Cancer Institute reports heat therapy has been shown to reduce tumor size is some cases. In a review published in Lancet Oncology in 2002, researchers noted that heat therapy has shown a beneficial effect in controlling certain types of cancer – such as breast cancer and malignant melanoma – and boosting survival rates in patients. But when it comes to treating cancer, an infrared sauna is not a magic bullet, or even a “single” bullet. It is merely one weapon in the cancer-fighting arsenal. Both mainstream and holistic practitioners agree: heat therapy must be combined with other forms of cancer treatment, for best results.   Infrared saunas use multiple actions to fight cancer   In addition to killing cancer cells outright, infrared saunas combat cancer by helping to improve oxygen-carrying blood flow – important because cancer cells can't thrive in high-oxygen environments. Infrared saunas also promote weight loss and fight obesity – another anti-cancer effect, due to the fact that cancer-producing hormones and carcinogens accumulate in fatty tissues. Other beneficial and chemoprotective effects of infrared sauna include increased wound healing, increased production of beneficial nitric oxide, and improved blood flow through dilation and widening of arteries.   Say “goodbye” to heavy metals and other dangerous toxins   Infrared saunas promote sweating that helps detoxify the body from heavy metals such as lead, mercury, arsenic, aluminum, cadmium and nickel – along with industrial chemicals such as pesticides and herbicides. And they do it more effectively than traditional saunas. While sweat generated in a conventional hot rock sauna has been found to consist of 95 to 97 percent water, the sweat produced by infrared saunas contains only 80 to 85 percent water. This means that the remaining 15 to 20 percent of the sweat should represent toxins that have been cleared from the system. And this fact was proven, in spades – the remainder was found to be laden with toxins such as heavy metals, sulfuric acid, uric acid and excess sodium – demonstrating that infrared saunas are more effective at eliminating toxins from the body. And, by helping toxins exit the body via the skin, infrared heat helps relieve the eliminatory and detoxifying burden on the kidneys and liver. What's the difference between far infrared and near infrared saunas? Although both have therapeutic benefits, far and near infrared have some key differences. While far infrared saunas use metallic, ceramic or black carbon elements, near infrared lamp saunas utilize 250-watt incandescent red heat lamps – the same type that can be seen heating French fries at burger outlets. In addition, near infrared sauna rays penetrate the skin to a distance of 3 inches, while far infrared rays only penetrate 1.5 inches. Proponents of near infrared saunas point to their absence of EMFs – electromagnetic frequencies – as a benefit; Although proponents of far infrared saunas acknowledge their saunas emit more EMFs, they say the effect is negligible. In the end, only you can decide which is right for you. Of course, always consult a trusted, knowledgeable holistic practitioner before using either type of sauna – especially if you suffer from a chronic disease condition. When you have the go-ahead, plan to limit your initial sessions to 20 minutes maximum to avoid dehydration, dizziness and faintness. Then, relax in the healing, soothing and detoxifying rays.

Dr. Joe Tatta | The Healing Pain Podcast
Episode 258 | What Do Patients Value About Pain? With Hayley Leake, PT, PhD

Dr. Joe Tatta | The Healing Pain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 31:30


In this episode, we're talking about pain education and specifically asking the question, "What do patients value learning about pain?" Our expert guest is physiotherapist and pain researcher Hayley Leake. After working clinically for six years, Hayley embarked on a PhD mission at the University of South Australia with Professor Lorimer Moseley's research group. Her research aims to optimize pain education for adolescents and adults living with chronic pain. Pain education is a popular treatment approach for treating persistent pain that involves learning a variety of concepts related to pain and is thought to be an important part of recovery. In this episode, we discussed targeted concepts and themes that seem to be the most important of value to those living with chronic pain when delivering a pain education intervention. Without further ado, let's begin and meet Physiotherapist and Pain Researcher, Hayley Leake. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join the Healing Pain Podcast Community today: integrativepainscienceinstitute.com Healing Pain Podcast Facebook Healing Pain Podcast Twitter Healing Pain Podcast YouTube Healing Pain Podcast LinkedIn Healing Pain Podcast Instagram

SBS Polish - SBS po polsku
What's new in South Australia? .. political scandal involving deputy Premier.. - Co nowego w Południowej Australii? - ...afera polityczna z wice-premier w roli głównej..

SBS Polish - SBS po polsku

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 8:20


A commentary from our correspondent from Adelaide, Rena Żurawel. ... - Komentarz naszej korespondentki z Adelajdy, Reny Żurawel. Tym razem między innymi o aferze politycznej i o przygotowaniach do Świąt Bożego Narodzenia..

Our True Crime Podcast
Wanda Beach Murders Day 2 The 12 Nightmares Before Christmas

Our True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 37:11


For the 2nd nightmare before Christmas, we discuss one of the oldest unsolved cases in New South Wales, Australia, and one of the country's most infamous cases. Most of us know about the Beaumont Children's disappearance, the three Australian siblings who disappeared from Glenelg Beach near Adelaide, South Australia, and are still missing. But I don't think many of us outside of Australia know about Marianne Schmidt and Christine Sharrock, murdered on Wanda Beach a year before. Join Jen and Cam as we discuss “Wanda Beach Murders” on Day 2 of the 12 Nightmares Before Christmas. That mystical voice you hear at the top of the podcast is our friend Edward October from @octoberpodVHSAs always, our music is from Nico @wetalkofdreams. We liked him so much; we made him our executive producer. SourcesCrime and Punishment by Alan Sharpehttps://www.amazon.com/Crime-Punishment-Crimes-Shocked-Australia/dp/0908272502/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=crimes+and+punishment+sharpe&qid=1633142280&sr=8-3The Snapshot Killer: The shocking true story of serial killer Christopher Wilder - from Sydney's beaches to America's Most Wanted https://www.amazon.com/Snapshot-Killer-shocking-predator-Christopher-ebook/dp/B07L2V7LL2/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=snap+shot+killer&qid=1633142425&sr=8-3Chris Wilder - The Snapshot Killer: Inside the Wanda Beach murders | 7NEWS Spotlighthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQDW9pr_KzACrime Investigation Australia - Wanda Beach Murders: The Beaumont Children Mysteryhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cfzy0DPTLBshttps://www.newspapers.com/image/122800045/?terms=wanda%20murders&match=1https://www.newspapers.com/image/122113478/?terms=wanda%20beach%20murders%20schmidt&match=1https://www.newspapers.com/image/122727455/?terms=wanda%20murders&match=1https://www.newspapers.com/image/122729183/?terms=wanda%20murders&match=1https://www.newspapers.com/image/122113478/?terms=wanda%20beach%20murders%20schmidt&match=1https://www.newspapers.com/image/122733141/?terms=wanda%20beach%20murders%20schmidt&match=1https://www.newspapers.com/image/123986430/?terms=wanda%20beach%20murders%20helmut&match=1https://www.newspapers.com/image/123894408/?terms=wanda%20beach%20murders%20met%20boys&match=1https://www.atsb.gov.au/media/36390/Measured_alcohol_lev.pdfhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wanda_Beach_Murdershttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derek_Percyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Wilderhttps://www.findagrave.com/memorial/70764870/christine-mary-sharrockhttps://www.findagrave.com/memorial/70764995/marianne-schmidt

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 12.14.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 60:26


Flavor your food with 'flavanols (flavan-3-ols)' to burn excess fat, new study suggests Dietary intake of flavanols (flavan-3-ols), type of dietary polyphenolics, could help prevent obesity by sympathetic nervous system-induced browning of fat tissue Shibaura Institute of Technology (Japan), December 13, 2021 In cold conditions, brown adipose tissue (BAT) or brown fat generates heat to keep the body warm. Compared with white adipose tissue, BAT has more mitochondria­—subcellular organelles associated with energy production—which allows it to burn calories and produce heat by activating the mitochondrial uncoupling protein 1 (Ucp-1). The stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) after cold exposure, exercise, and calorie restriction is well known to induce fat browning. Dietary polyphenols may also activate BAT, causing heat to be dissipated from our bodies. BAT activation and white fat browning are thus both therapeutically significant in the fight against cardiovascular diseases and their comorbidities. (NEXT) Discrimination increases risk for mental health issues in young adults  University of California at Los Angeles, November 9, 2021 A UCLA study has found that young adults who have experienced discrimination have a higher risk for both short- and long-term behavioral and mental health problems. Researchers examined a decade's worth of health data on 1,834 Americans who were between 18 and 28 years old when the study began. They found that the effects of discrimination may be cumulative — that the greater number of incidents of discrimination someone experiences, the more their risk for mental and behavioral problems increases.   (NEXT) Saffron: A Safe and Effective Treatment for Postpartum Depression Mashhad University of Medical Sciences (Iran)  December 11, 2021 In the journal Phytomedicine published the results of a clinical trial on saffron stigma for treating mothers suffering from postpartum depression. Saffron stigma are crimson-covered threads that are produced by the flowers of Crocus sativus L., commonly referred to as “saffron crocus.” In this study, researchers wanted to identify a non-pharmaceutical treatment option for breastfeeding mothers suffering from mild-to-moderate postpartum depressive disorder (PPD). Results showed that the saffron group experienced a 96% remission rate for postpartum depression, more than double the remission rate of placebo group. (NEXT) Regular exercise reduces the risk of and death from pneumonia, study suggests University of Bristol, December 7, 2021 People who exercise regularly can reduce their risk of developing and dying from pneumonia, new research has found.  The study, led by the University of Bristol and published in GeroScience, analysed, for the first time, ten population cohort studies with over one million participants. The study found people who exercise regularly have a lower risk of developing pneumonia and pneumonia-related death compared to those who were the least or not physically active. The relationship was shown for pneumonias that did not result in death and those that resulted in death. The results did not change on taking into account known factors that can affect pneumonia such as age, sex, body mass index, socioeconomic status, alcohol consumption, smoking, and pre-existing diseases. The strength of the association did not vary by age or sex. (NEXT) A daily dose of yoghurt could be the go-to food to manage high blood pressure University of South Australia and University of Maine, December 7, 2021 Whether it's a dollop on your morning cereal or a simple snack on the go, a daily dose of yoghurt could be the next go-to food for people with high blood pressure, according to new research from the University of South Australia. Conducted in partnership with the University of Maine, the study examined the associations between yoghurt intake, blood pressure and cardiovascular risk factors, finding that yoghurt is associated with lower blood pressure for those with hypertension. (NEXT) Infrared sauna helps remove heavy metals and prevent cancer University of Munich, December 13, 2021 Research shows that heat therapy via infrared saunas activates natural killer cells, T-cells and macrophages – the body's natural cancer-fighting defense troops. Raising body heat can speed the death of tumors, as well as helping clear the body of carcinogens that contributed to their formation in the first place. Hyperthermia, or heat therapy, is acknowledged by the American Cancer Society as a “promising” way to improve cancer treatment, while the National Cancer Institute reports heat therapy has been shown to reduce tumor size is some cases. In a review published in Lancet Oncology , researchers noted that heat therapy has shown a beneficial effect in controlling certain types of cancer – such as breast cancer and malignant melanoma – and boosting survival rates in patients. (OTHER NEWS NEXT) Who Will Be Held Responsible for this Devastation? Jeffrey A. Tucker  If the pandemic policy response had taken the form of mere advice, we would not be in the midst of this social, economic, cultural, political disaster. What caused the wreckage was the application of political force that was baked into the pandemic response this time in a way that has no precedent in human history. The response relied on compulsion imposed by all levels of government. The policies in turn energized a populist movement, Covid Red Guard that became a civilian enforcement arm. They policed the grocery aisles to upbraid the maskless. Drones swarmed the skies looking for parties to rat out and shut down. A blood lust against non compliers came to be unleashed at all levels of society. Lockdowns granted some people meaning and purpose, the way war does for some people. The compulsion to bludgeon others trickled down from government to the people. Madness overtook rationality. Once this took place, there was no longer a question of “Two weeks to flatten the curve.” The mania to suppress the virus by ending person-to-person contact extended to two years. This happened in the US and all over the world. The madness achieved nothing positive because the virus paid no attention to the edicts and enforcers. Ending social and economic functioning, however, shattered lives in countless ways, and continues to do so. It is precisely because so much about life (and science) is uncertain that civilized societies operate on the presumption of the freedom to choose. That's a policy of humility: no one possesses enough expertise to presume the right to restrict other people's peaceful actions. But with lockdowns and the successor policy of vaccine mandates, we've seen not humility but astounding arrogance. The people who did this to us and to billions of people around the world were so darn sure of themselves that they would take recourse to police-state tactics to realize their goals, none of which came to be realized at all, despite every promise that this would be good for us. It's the compulsion that's the source of all the issues. Someone wrote the edicts at someone's behest. Someone imposed the orders. Those somebodies should be the people who should own the results, compensate the victims, and otherwise accept the consequences for what they have done. Who are they? Where are they? Why haven't they stepped up? If you are going to force people to behave a certain way – to close their businesses, kick people out of their homes, stay away from meetings, cancel vacations, physically separate everywhere – you have to be damn certain that it is the right thing to do. If the people who did this were so sure of themselves, why are they so shy to take responsibility? The question is pressing: who precisely bears the blame? Not just in general, but more precisely: who was willing to step up from the beginning to say “If this does not work, I accept full responsibility?” Or: “I did this and stand by it.” Or: “I did this and I'm very sorry.” So far as I know, no one has said anything like this. Instead, what we have is a big jumble of messy bureaucracies, committees, reports, and unsigned orders. There are certain systems in place that seem structured in a way that makes it impossible to find out who precisely is responsible for their design and implementation. For example, a friend of mine was being harassed by his school for not being vaccinated. He wanted to speak to the person who imposed the rule. In his investigation, everyone passed the buck. This person put together a committee which then agreed on best practices left over from some other printed guidance approved by another committee, which had been implemented by a similar institution on another matter. This was then adopted by a different division and passed on to another committee for implementation as a recommendation and then it was issued by another division entirely. Incredibly, throughout the whole investigation, he failed to find a single person who was willing to step up and say: I did this and it was my decision. Everyone had an alibi. It became one big mush of bureaucracy with no accountability. It's a tub of dough in which every bad actor pre-built a hiding place. It's the same with many people who have been disemployed for refusing to divulge their vaccine status. Their bosses typically say that they are very sorry for what happened; if it had been up to them, the person would continue to work. Their bosses in turn demur and blame some other policy or committee. No one is willing to speak to victims and say: “I did this and stand by it.” Like millions of others, I've been harmed materially by pandemic response. My story lacks drama and is nothing remotely close to what others have experienced but it is salient because it is personal. I was invited to join in a live studio appearance on TV but then was refused because I refused to divulge my vaccine status. I was sent to a separate studio reserved for the unclean where I sat by myself. The person who informed me said the policy was stupid and he objected. But it is the company policy. Maybe I can speak to his boss? Oh, he is against this stuff too. Everyone thinks it is dumb. Who then is responsible? The buck is always passed on and up in the chain of command but no one will accept the blame and bear the consequences. Even though the courts have repeatedly shot down the vaccine mandates, there is universal consensus that the vaccines, while perhaps offering some private benefits, are not contributing to stopping infections or spread. Which is to say: the only person who might suffer from being unvaccinated is the unvaccinated himself. And yet still, people are losing their jobs, missing out on public life, being segregated and blocked, and otherwise paying a heavy price for not complying. And yet there are still people who are intensifying the blame game that blames not government nor public health authorities nor anyone in particular but rather a whole class of people: the evil unvaccinated. “I am furious at the unvaccinated,” writes Charles Blow of the New York Times, a paper that kicked off the pro-lockdown propaganda as early as February 27, 2020. “I am not ashamed of disclosing that. I am no longer trying to understand them or educate them. The unvaccinated are choosing to be part of the problem.” How precisely are the unvaccinated the problem? Because, he writes,“it is possible to control the virus and mitigate its spread, if more people are vaccinated.” This is plainly untrue, as we've seen from many countries' experiences around the world. Look up Singapore or Gibraltar or Israel or any high vaxx country and see their case trends. They look the same or worse than low vaxx countries. We know from at least 33 studies that the vaccines cannot and do not stop infection or transmission, which is precisely why Pfizer and people like Anthony Fauci are demanding 3rd and now 4th shots. Shots without end, always with the promise that the next one will achieve the goal. Mr. Blow is propagating falsehoods. Why? Because there is an appetite out there to tag someone or something with the fault for the wreckage. The unvaccinated are the scapegoats to distract from the real problem of discovering and holding to account those people who undertook this experiment without precedent. The trouble now is finding out who they are. The governor of New York did terrible things but now he has resigned. His brother at CNN propagated lockdown ideology but he was fired. The mayor of New York has perpetrated evil but he is sneaking out of office in a few weeks. Some governors who locked down their populations have declined to run again and will try their best to disappear. Dr. Deborah Birx, whom we know for certain was the person who talked Trump into approving lockdowns, quietly resigned and has done her best to avoid the spotlight. The journalist at the New York Times who whipped up total hysteria while calling for brutal lockdown has since been fired from his job. So too for hundreds of public health officials who have resigned or been fired. Who is left to blame? The most likely candidate here is Fauci himself. But I can already tell you his excuse. He never signed a single order. His fingerprints are on no legislation. He never issued any edicts. He never had anyone arrested. He never blocked the entrance to any church nor personally padlocked any school or business. He is merely a scientist making recommendations supposedly for people's health. He has an alibi too. Much of this reminds me of World War I, the “Great War.” Look up the causes. They are all amorphous. Nationalism. An assassination. Treaties. Diplomatic confusions. The Serbs. Meanwhile none of these reasons can actually account for 20 million dead, 21 million wounded, and wrecked economies and lives all over the world, to say nothing of the Great Depression and rise of Hitler that came as a result of this appalling disaster. Despite investigations, countless books, public hearings, and public fury that lasted a decade or more after the Great War, there never was anyone who accepted responsibility. We saw a repeat of the same following the Iraq War. Is there any record of anyone who said “I made the decision and I was wrong”? So it might be for the lockdowns and mandates of 2020 and 2021. The carnage is unspeakable and will last a generation or two or more. Meanwhile, the people responsible are slowly slipping out of public life, finding new jobs and sanitizing their hands of any responsibility. They are scrubbing resumes and, when asked, blaming anyone and everyone else but themselves. This is the moment in which we find ourselves: a ruling class terrified of being found out, called out, and held accountable, and therefore incentivized to generate an endless series of excuses, scapegoats, and distractions (“You need another shot!”). This is the least satisfying conclusion to this awful story. But there it is: it is very likely that the people who did this to us will never be held accountable, not in any court and not in any legislative hearing. They will never be forced to compensate their victims. They will never even admit they were wrong. And herein lies what might be the most egregious feature of evil public policy: this is not and will not be justice or anything that even vaguely resembles justice. That is what history would suggest, in any case. If it is different this time and the perpetrators actually do face some consequences, it would still not make things right, but at least it would set a fabulous precedent for the future.

SEN Afternoons
Chadd Sayers - Tuesday December 14

SEN Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 10:51


Former Australian cricketer spoke with Tim Gossage about his career, his Test match debut in South Africa and what he's doing with life after playing cricket

Mornings with Neil Mitchell
Victorians told to keep wearing masks, even if rules are eased

Mornings with Neil Mitchell

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 5:33


Professor Adrian Esterman from the University of South Australia said he would keep wearing his, regardless of whether it's mandatory or not. And he recommends you do the same. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 12.13.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 56:12


How vitamin D delivers on cardio health University of South Australia, December 6, 2021 Free from the sun, vitamin D delivers a natural source for one of the hormones essential to our bodies, especially the bones. But when you're down on this essential nutrient, it's not only your bones that could suffer, but also your cardio health, according to new research from the University of South Australia. In the first study of its kind, researchers from the UniSA's Australian Centre for Precision Health at SAHMRI have identified genetic evidence for a role of vitamin D deficiency in causing cardiovascular disease. The study, which is published in European Heart Journal today, shows that people with vitamin D deficiency are more likely to suffer from heart disease and higher blood pressure, than those with normal levels of vitamin D. For participants with the lowest concentrations the risk of heart disease was more than double that seen for those with sufficient concentrations. (NEXT) Sleep technique improves creative thinking A team of researchers working at Sorbonne Université, reports that people may be more creative if awoken just after falling asleep. In their paper published in the journal Science Advances, the group describes experiments they conducted with sleeping volunteers. Thomas Edison and Salvador Dali were both known to use a certain sleep technique to increase their creativity. It involved thinking about a problem or set of circumstances and then placing an object in their hand as they lay down for a nap. As they drifted off, their hand relaxed and allowed the object to fall to the floor rousing them from their sleep. It was at that point, they both claimed, that inspiration came to them. In this new effort, the researchers tested this idea. Prior research has shown that in addition to REM sleep and deep sleep, most people experience a type of sleep known as N1—the short interval between being fully awake and fully asleep, a sort of twilight zone. It was this interval that the researchers set out to test. They recruited 103 healthy people who promised they had little difficulty falling asleep given the chance. (NEXT) Link between intestinal inflammation and microbiome Kiel University, November 30, 2021 Around 500 to 1,000 different types of bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms colonize our intestines. All of them together form the intestinal microbiome. As we now know, these microbes play an important role in maintaining health. This is especially evident when the composition of the microbiome becomes unbalanced, as is the case in people with chronic inflammatory bowel diseases. PD Dr. Felix Sommer and his team from the Cluster of Excellence Precision Medicine in Chronic Inflammation (PMI) are trying to better understand the complex interactions between the host and their microbiome. While doing so, they encountered an enzyme called hexokinase 2 (HK2). The HK2 enzyme is produced in greater quantities in the event of inflammation and is regulated by the microbiome. "We were able to show in the animal model that by administering the short-chain fatty acid butyrate, the HK2 levels in intestinal epithelial cells were lowered and inflammation was ameliorated. The protective effect of the fatty acid butyrate produced by bacteria was absent in animals where the HK2 enzyme was removed," explained Sommer, head of the Functional Host-Microbiome Research working group at the Institute of Clinical Molecular Biology (IKMB) at Kiel University (CAU) and the University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH), Campus Kiel. The results of the study have been published in the renowned scientific journal Cell Metabolism. (NEXT) Cognitive aging: Work helps our brain University of Padua (Italy), December 9, 2021 A recent study shows that work plays an active role in keeping our brains healthy. "We have demonstrated the role of working activity on cognitive performance". Professor Raffaella Rumiati says. From our analysis it emerges that the type of work activity also contributes to the differences in normal and pathological cognitive aging”. The analysis surprisingly shows that occupation is a good predictor of participants' performance in addition to age and education, two factors that have been already studied. (NEXT) Dementia risk reduced by eating grapes, according to UCLA researchers University of California at Los Angeles,   December 12, 2021 Evidence has emerged that ordinary grapes – one of the most loved (refreshing) snacks – can be a powerful ally against dementia. Researchers found that grapes can have significant effects on preventing cognitive decline in older adults – and may even help prevent the development of Alzheimer's disease. In a placebo-controlled study published in January in Experimental Gerontology, men and women with mild cognitive decline were given either freeze-dried grape powder or a placebo daily for six months. PET scans were used to evaluate cognitive performance and changes in brain metabolism, both before and after treatment. (NEXT) A diet rich in plant-based products reduces the risk of cognitive impairment in the elderly University of Barcelona (Spain), December 9, 2021 A diet rich in plant products reduces the risk of cognitive impairment and dementia in the elderly. This European study, part of the Joint Programming Initiative "A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life" (JPI HDHL), was carried out over 12 years with the participation of 842 people aged over 65 in the Bordeaux and Dijon regions (France). The study analyses the relationship between the metabolism of dietary components, intestinal microbiota, endogenous metabolism and cognitive impairment. (OTHER NEWS NEXT) Voicemail: ‪(862) 800-6805 

Coronacast
All our (travel) bubbles are bursting. What comes next?

Coronacast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 10:10


After nearly two years of constant internal border changes, by the end of this week large parts of Australia will once again be open for domestic travel. South Australia opened a few weeks ago, Queensland opened yesterday and Tasmania is due to open tomorrow. Western Australia has also finally given a date and will reopen on the 5th of February next year. So with state and territory bubbles bursting all over the place, what might come next for people who live there? Also on today's show: * How is decoupling going? * Fourth dose anyone? * Pregnancy and booster shots

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
Victorian Romeos to cuddle up to SA's "golden children" to save koala species

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 6:52


Could the population of one koala colony in the Adelaide Hills hold the key to the survival of the species?

Conversations
Best of 2021 - Charlie King

Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 51:54


Gurindji man and ABC presenter Charlie knew a little about his mum's life story as he grew up. But after she died, he began to reckon with what she had lived through as a child (CW: contains mention of ATSI people who have died; mentions of sexual violence) (R)

Toy Power Podcast
#244: I WORE COLONE!

Toy Power Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 58:40


After much debate, the controversial lyrics of last week are put to bed, and Ben walks alone. Looks like he's getting beaten with a stick by the 4HM newest figure – the villainous Krampus! A toy that is just announced AND available to purchase – NOT pre-order! Crazy! We attempt to explain the Rancor-sized hole in Hasbro's budget while at the same time, cheering on a Sky-Striker sized-one to victory! Follow @hordeworld on Insta if you want the behind the scenes story on how the news was received in the Star Wars team… There's new almost-spoierish Marvel Legends, a pair of gorgeous RoboCops, new Flash Gordon for Scotty and even some teases for future NECA Turtles. The only question is: how many Animaniacs are we ordering? And will there be a wave 2? Then we chat Hawkeye and are pleasantly surprised what we find. Spoilers for eps 1-3 if you're not current! Ben gives us a few thoughts on the new Ghostbusters all while we welcome another new Patreon to the fold. Stay tuned for our Best of 2021 voting to be released soon!  Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Rush Hour Melbourne Catch Up - 105.1 Triple M Melbourne - James Brayshaw and Billy Brownless

JB and Billy compare their retirements from cricket and footy See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Let's Talk on 98.9fm
Let's Talk 2021, Episode 197 Aunty Regina McKenzie

Let's Talk on 98.9fm

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 19:17


Aboriginal family groups in South Australia feel disrespected after finding … Continued

South Australian Museum Podcast
018: Balgo Beginnings

South Australian Museum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 33:15


Artists from Warlayirti Art Centre in Balgo, Western Australia, discuss their painting and culture in the new exhibition at the South Australian Museum, Balgo Beginnings. Audio production for this episode was by Jake Holmes, theme song by Peter Saunders and Kaurna Welcome by Uncle Michael O'Brien. Thanks to all the Balgo artists for their time. Balgo Beginnings is on display at the South Australian Museum until the 6th of February 2022. The exhibition is accompanied by the launch of a ground-breaking new publication in Aboriginal art, 'Balgo: Creating Country' by Professor John Carty. The book is available for purchase online through UWA Publishing and at the South Australian Museum shop. This exhibition is presented in partnership with Warlayirti Arts. Supporting partners are the Art Gallery of South Australia, Tarnanthi, BHP and the government of South Australia. The acquisition of these important Balgo works was made possible by the generous philanthropy of Dianne and Terry Finnegan.

Let's Talk About Sects
Bonus Episode: KwaSizabantu

Let's Talk About Sects

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 103:14


KwaSizabantu means “the place where people are helped” in Zulu. Erika Bornman spent most of her childhood years at the KwaSizabantu Mission. Her memoir Mission of Malice is about her childhood, and about her life since leaving. It's an incredible read. Daniel Schricker is a composer and writer based in Adelaide, South Australia. He also spent his childhood and teenage years in KwaSizabantu, and has written a series of articles entitled Scaring the Hell Out of You, “A 4-part examination of the role of fear in the theology and practices of KwaSizabantu and the psychological implications for children”. This bonus episode is an interview with Erika and Daniel, who were kind enough to share their insights, including why they have doubts that KwaSizabantu is capable of changing for the better. Guests: Erika Bornman & Daniel Schricker Further information at www.ltaspod.com. You can support the creation of this independent podcast at www.patreon.com/ltaspod. If you have been personally affected by involvement in a cult, or would like to support those who have been, you can find support or donate to Cult Information and Family Support if you're in Australia (via www.cifs.org.au), and you can find resources outside of Australia with the International Cultic Studies Association (via www.icsahome.com). If you or someone you know is in crisis or needs support right now, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14 in Australia, or find your local crisis centre via the International Association for Suicide Prevention website at www.iasp.info. Credits:Written and hosted by Sarah SteelMusic by Joe Gould Links:Mission of Malice: My Exodus from KwaSizabantu – by Erika Bornman, Penguin Random House South Africa, August 2021Scaring the Hell Out of You – Part 1: Fear of God, Part 2: Fear of Authority, Part 3: Fear of Self, Part 4: Fear of the Outside World – by Daniel Schricker, 18 September 2021Mission of malice by Erika Bornman: A reader impression – by Daniel Schricker, LitNet, 20 August 2021Devotion KwaSizabantu Mission – 9 September 2020 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

SBS World News Radio
Ancestral remains repatriated to South Australia

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 5:17


More than 100 ancestral skeletal remains have been repatriated on Kaurna country in Adelaide's North.

Toy Power Podcast
#243: I WALKED HER HOME.....

Toy Power Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 54:19


Today on the Toy Power Podcast, it's about to get very sandy, so grab your Water Bottle, Sandboards & Toboggan's as we head towards the hot property of DUNE!  First up we chat about the new Villeneuve Film itself, with a review back at how much inspiration this property has had on other franchises.  An examination of its origins from its critically acclaimed book series by Frank Herbert; to the 1984 David Lynch Film.  Not forgetting the Jodorowsky's Documentary that never really was....   What has this new Villeneuve version offer that the previous ones missed - noting this film is only Part One?  The visuals of this new film is absolutely outstanding backed up with great casting!  One review conversation leads to another and we hit FULL-SPOILER chat quite early on.  What & who can we potentially expect from Part Two?  Then we sum it all up with a DVG rating out of 19.  Next main segment is a wind back into a Vintage Toy Retrospective - of which we start off with the short lived LJN wave of Dune figures, plus touching on some unproduced characters, Fun Facts and other LJN releases.  Sorta's standalone release of "Now Playing" from 2007.  Then it's time to fast forward to the Modern releases from McFarlane with a Six Wave release including a Build A Figure & a GIANT Baron Harkonnen.  What else would we like from future releases?  Some fun closing comments and discussions close out the ep. Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SBS Russian - SBS на русском языке
Legendary Yolŋu actor David Dalaithngu - Каким мы запомним легендарного Yolŋu актера David Dalaithngu

SBS Russian - SBS на русском языке

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 3:54


Indigenous actor David Dalaithngu has died in South Australia after a 50 year career on screen in classic films. The 68-year-old Yolŋu man had a long battle with lung cancer and the Australian public is paying tribute to his talents. This is a Russian language content. - Актер из числа коренных народов David Dalaithngu умер в Южной Австралии, он 50 лет снимался в кино. 68-летний мужчина Yolŋu долго боролся с раком легких. Австралийское общество отдает дань уважения его талантам.

SBS World News Radio
Legendary Yolŋu actor David Dalaithngu has died

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 3:11


Indigenous actor David Dalaithngu has died in South Australia after a 50 year career on screen and the Australian public is paying tribute to his talents.

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
SA's Napandee officially chosen for national radioactive waste facility

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 5:49


After years of consultation, the Federal Government has announced it plans to go ahead in building a national nuclear waste management facility at Napandee, west of Kimba on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula. While many in Kimba are supportive, the native title holders, the Barngarla people, have signalled they're looking at launching a judicial review into the decision.

Toy Power Podcast
#242: How Many More Big Toys Can We Fit?!

Toy Power Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 68:13


This week on the Toy Power Podcast; it's time to cover all the exciting News topics that have hit our radar since last fortnight!!  Kicking off the ep is the amazing Super 7 TMNT Party Wagon!  With a great design & loads of accessories!!  It gets a big thumbs up - but what about that price though.....  Wave 5 Super 7 Thundercat's - Four very interesting Ultimate figures this round with TONS of extras!!  Did they get the scale right though?  Another Rancor HasLab update.  We unpack the updates & all the tiers.  We carefully look at why fans aren't signing up for this Iconic Monster; & naturally we give our two cents on what could be done better too!  Neca's Catwoman from Channel 6; looks extremely impressive; everything from packaging to all the little extras included!  5K Toys Samurai Turtles peaks our interest - but without a license; will these even see the light of day?  Teasers from Super 7 Wave 3 Transformers Ultimates - we assume Wreck-Garr is a given, but can we expect Optimus as a Crocodile too?  G.I. Joe Ultimates wave 2 - is very impressive; but the HasLab SkyStriker is arguably more impressive!  Rounding out the ep; a round table chat about some of the more obscure collectables we have found from Darren's vast collection; which just enriches his passion of his beloved properties by ten-fold.  But before we sign out we must shout-out the flurry of awesome Patrons whom have joined us recently!! Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Profiling Evil Podcast with Mike King
Let's Unmask who killed the Beaumont Children in South Australia in 1966 with Stuart Mullins and Bill Hayes - Profiling Evil Podcast

Profiling Evil Podcast with Mike King

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 58:38


Author Stuart Mullins Bill Hayes ex-South Australian special crime / major crime and ex Federal police detective, join Mike on the podcast to discuss the abduction and murder of Jane Nartare Beaumont, Arnna Kathleen Beaumont and Grant Ellis Beaumont, collectively known as the Beaumont children. Three Australian siblings who disappeared from Glenelg Beach near Adelaide, South Australia, on 26 January 1966 in a suspected abduction and murder. Check out their new book: https://www.stuartmullins.co/product/unmasking-the-killer-of-the-missing-beaumont-children/Start your own podcast with Buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1171763========================================Here are a few ways you can support Profiling Evil: DONATE: https://profilingevil.com/donatePayPal: https://paypal.me/profilingevilBECOME A MEMBER: https://www.youtube.com/profilingevil/joinSHOP MERCH: https://www.profilingevil.com/profilingevilshopSHOP BOOKS: https://www.profilingevil.com/storeBITCOIN DONATIONS: bc1qk65vcsa3sra884za3e62hkak0mfzjn7cccwfvk========================================Where else you can find us:         INSTAGRAM: https://cutt.ly/peinstagram @profilingevilTWITTER: https://cutt.ly/petwitter @profilingevilFACEBOOK:https://cutt.ly/pefacebook @profilingevilWEBSITE: https://profilingevil.comDISCORD: https://cutt.ly/pediscord========================================PROFILING EVIL STORYMAPS: https://www.profilingevil.com/storymaps BUSINESS INQUIRIES: profilingevil@gmail.comCREATED BY: Mike King https://profilingevil.com PRODUCED BY: CIRCA3 https://circa3.com ORIGINAL MUSIC BY: Clifford W King https://cliffordwking.comWant to livestream try Streamyard: https://streamyard.com?pal=5466142729043968Support the show (https://patreon.com/profilingevil)Support the show (https://patreon.com/profilingevil)

The John Batchelor Show
S4 Ep1818: La Niña confirmed in South Australia, Perth to Sydney. Jeremy Zakis, New South Wales.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 13:31


Photo:  The cold pool of water in the Pacific known as La Nina is beginning to fade, but ocean conditions have not returned to normal, according to scientists studying images from the U.S.-French TOPEX/Poseidon satellite.  http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA00031 @Batchelorshow La Niña confirmed in South Australia, Perth to Sydney. Jeremy Zakis, New South Wales. https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2021/oct/12/la-nina-weather-event-now-even-more-likely-to-deliver-a-wet-and-windy-summer-across-australia-bom-says

Coronacast
One week until SA throws open the doors

Coronacast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 10:51


Nerves are running high in South Australia, as the state is now only one week away from opening the doors and inevitably letting COVID in. South Australia is leading the way for zero-COVID states, and will be the first to open its doors to people travelling from Victoria, NSW and ACT. It has a vaccination rate that is slowly increasing and may just get to 80 per cent fully vaccinated 16+ by next week. But on today's Coronacast, many are worried about what the future may hold. Also on today's show: * Good news for antibodies in breast milk * Just because you think you had COVID, doesn't mean you did

Coronacast
Shouldn't Victoria's numbers be falling by now?

Coronacast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 11:28


When it was clear that the daily new COVID cases in Victoria had peaked, there was hope and speculation that the numbers would drop off quickly like what happened in NSW. But sadly, we're still getting about more than a thousand new cases a day and it's starting to level off at that figure. NSW has levelled off too lately, but at a much lower level of only a couple of hundred a day. So what could be going on and why aren't Victoria's numbers falling faster? And does it matter? Also on today's show: * Could anti-virals cause unvaccinated people to double down on not being vaccinated? * If you are due for a booster in the middle of the summer, might it be much better to wait until April/May and have the next shot when it starts to get colder? * Does Norman hate South Australia?