Author: Wes

126 – Coronavirus, mortality, achievements of ancient Greece, consideration and dignity

Greetings again from Athens. In covering more tragic stories about the coronavirus, we explore the nature of mortality and then early Ionia, essentially what the artists created and philosophers developed. Our brains give rise to immense conceptual capacity and self-reflection, which yielded the exquisite artwork and thought in ancient Greece. Yet, being in survival mode …

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125 – Coronavirus, systemic medical-care problems, self-care and humor sans humiliation

After covering various issues surrounding the coronavirus, we explore ways that modern medicine has been falling short for patients in particular and humanity in general. Science journalist John Horgan noted key points from a recent book titled Medical Nihilism by Jacob Stegenga, which are as follows: medical research is slanted toward positive results; more rigorous …

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124 – Cultural themes, sound nutrition and sustainability, need for trust

After covering some recent news from Hong Kong and an another recap of experiences in lovely Japan, we delve into some more nutritional notions. Regarding sustainability, we can maintain biological systems on our wondrous planet without dispensing with evidence and principles of our ancestral health. Finally, regarding Branden’s question, we need to transform the current …

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123 – Sorting various facts from fictions in the culture and dietary-advice world

After covering more enjoyable experiences in Japan, both foodie and cultural, some historical tragedies and modern legal system problems are explored, which underscore the need for respect, restorative justice, and more evolved human organizations (Teal). We then delve into some recent articles concerning modern nutrition and dietary advice. As usual, the mainstream content comes with …

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122 – Issues involving obesity, nutritional, developmental, and cultural

Happy holidays, from Japan. In this episode I cover the worldwide problem of childhood obesity and nutritional deficiencies, which is related to what the nutrition establishment has been advising over the years. There’s been a lot of confusion about what is healthy to eat. Using coercion to ban and tax substances doesn’t deal with the …

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121 – Free Hong Kong, ACEs, and a rational, predictable, and intelligible world

Freedom for Hong Kong! :) If we don’t focus on what ails us, in terms of developmental trauma, we’ll tend to relive it. So, it’s vital to recognize and be mindful of the impact of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and, just as importantly, to work on remedying the various causes of them. Autonomy wars persist …

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