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Trump 2020, Warren vs. Bernie, climate alarmism, nuclear power….Weekly episode #6


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Detroit Marauder.
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Detroit Marauder.

Hi Deborah, new subscriber. I watched your video on Walkaway and I had to hear more of what you have to say. Climate change is really a sore subject with me. I've been a skeptic since the 70's with all that global cooling thing and the world is going to end in the 80's. I remember being in High school and I used to bring aerosol hair spray cans with me to school and point them in the sky to mock all the nuts that believed it. Even at that young age I knew it was BS because of my… Read more »

mike ables
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mike ables

My favorite Kissenger quote was something like this, Nobody will ever win the battle of the sexes, there is too much fraternizing with the enemy. grin
The seventies were magic times! Henry was such a serious guy but I got the impression he watched Carson before bed like the rest of us

MBeaumarchais
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MBeaumarchais

Regarding the health effects of radiation exposure. You may wish to investigate the concept of hormesis, See: EFFECTS OF COBALT-60 EXPOSURE ON HEALTH OF TAIWAN RESIDENTS SUGGEST NEW APPROACH NEEDED IN RADIATION PROTECTION Excerpt from the summary: The conventional approach for radiation protection is based on the ICRP’s linear, no threshold (LNT) model of radiation carcinogenesis, which implies that ionizing radiation is always harmful, no matter how small the dose. But a different approach can be derived from the observed health effects of the serendipitous contamination of 1700 apartments in Taiwan with cobalt-60 (T1/2 = 5.3 y). This experience indicates… Read more »

Daniel Jacobson
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Daniel Jacobson

With a lull at work and time to think… its time to drop around 100 lbs. And you are correct about the poor/harmful dietary information from our government/medical industry. You are on your own to dig yourself out of trouble. In America we have a disease economy. Most grocery stores are filled with >80% rubbish. Even the meat at some chains is in that embalming fluid with a shelf life of 50 days!! God knows what you get at the average restaurant. After the food industry destroys our bodies, the "booming" medical industry awaits. Hence the disease economy. Junk food… Read more »

The Dracobirthstonian
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The Dracobirthstonian

Damn, you are gorgeous! You are very beautiful. 💗

andy marfo
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andy marfo

Its Sunday and it's the voice lovely !

Orais Octaviani-Romanusi
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Orais Octaviani-Romanusi

You are correct about Bernie being honest.

Vive Viveka
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Vive Viveka

There is a communist factor behind the anti-Trump movement. This video provides another piece of the puzzle of why the attacks on Trump and the efforts to bring him down have been so unusual. It brings the communist vs anti-communist aspects into focus:
https://youtu.be/xZhDlf7sOaE

Hope you find it interesting.

Ghost in the Machine
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Ghost in the Machine

Thank you again for your input/insight. One of my problems when it comes to the definition of what makes a good leader is that way too much emphasis is put on charisma. Though I appreciate charisma as a trait that a leader should have, it doesn't always translate to the ability to actually get things done. Our last president, the celebrity in Chief, was great at the podium, interviews, sound bites, and award events. However when it came to actually implementation of the great things he speechified, he was sorely lacking. A true leader has the ability to not only… Read more »

Vive Viveka
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Vive Viveka

The 97% claim seems like such a key for the alarmist movement. They've gotten a lot of mileage out of this claim. It also seems like a key point to debunk, and to debunk thoroughly and strongly and clearly. Both the simple falseness of the claim and the dishonesty/corruption involved can be highlighted. In case you haven't seen this video or would enjoy seeing it again:
https://youtu.be/ewJ6TI8ccAw
(The 97% claim could still be debunked more pointedly and concisely though.)

Gordon Vigurs
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Gordon Vigurs

Are people really so dumb that they cannot recognise duff science ? If an 'expert' claims two plus two equals five do you believe him or call his expertise into question? I dismiss Scott Adams because his opinion is clearly the former, I assess the latter, and in so doing, like many others, found the myth of CO2 caused climate change readily refutable. For example, it isn't rocket science to show that if the greenhouse effect were real, the Sun would not shine: https://gvigurs.wordpress.com/2019/12/10/convection-in-stars/

Jay B
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Jay B

Thank you Ms. Castleman. I really like your weekly videos 🙂 Thanks!

Phillip Ruland
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Phillip Ruland

Excellent talk, Deborah. Always enjoy hearing your thoughts. You really think things through from beginning to end. Yes, a lot of skill sets are necessary for being an effective President. I supported Donald Trump’s presidency because I felt his economic views best suited to help middle class workers and the country, as a whole, to escape the Obama doldrums. The other factor was Trump’s executive experience. It was off-the-charts impressive. He had years of experience in high-stake real estate negotiations with all types of seasoned negotiators. Indeed, this type of long practiced executive experience, honed over many years has proven… Read more »

Sharon Beck
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Sharon Beck

Ancel Keys was responsible in the 1950s for the medical establishment's bias towards a high carb, low fat diet, even for diabetics. We now know the opposite is true. Dr. Richard K Bernstein was an electrical engineer in the 1970s who helped his own Type 1 diabetes with a low carb diet. No medical person would listen to him so in his 40s he went to medical school and became an endocrinologist. He is still practicing in Mamaroneck NY at the age of 85!

GREG LARSON
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GREG LARSON

I totally agree with your thoughts on climate science, health, and politics. Do your own homework! There are too many special interests and biased “authorities” out there to blindly trust anybody. There’s a lot of noise out there, but the answers are there if you can find raw data and unbiased experts, and reflect on your own personal experiences and intuition.

Greg White
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Greg White

I like the attitude that Bill Bryce has on climate change, he says (paraphrasing) Tell me co2 is good, tell me it's bad, but if you think it's bad then tell me what you want to do about it. This is in regard to scale, the global scale of fossil fuel energy use in all it's forms. Even if the world got over its fear of nuclear power, it would take well over 100 years to "decarbonize". We don't need the political hoax of a climate crisis to advocate nuclear power, there are more than 2 billion other good reasons.… Read more »

Daniel Olbris
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Daniel Olbris

Climate models don't actually exist, owing to various mathematical barriers that are at least at present impenetrable. If you get this it clarifies various aspects of climate science. For example, when the ice ages started,the periodicity of glacial advances and retreats was about 44,000 years, but a couple million years ago the periodicity slowed to 110,000 years, and no one knows why this happened. Climate models can not tell us why this happened insofar as they all have a major technical glitch, which is that they don't exist. Apologies if you already knew that.

Eric Fried
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Eric Fried

Trump is a Renaissance man; lots of different skill sets. He also knows how to put together a good executive team, and when to fall back in their advice. That’s what makes a good leader To me, it seems a shame that the best opinions on Climate are coming from Retirees. It’s great they are speaking out, but are they in any real position to do anything about it. That said, I can relate to this fear of being ostracized; hard to be the lone.voice of reason sometimes Very sorry about your parents, Deborah. Funny; I was put as pre-diabetic… Read more »

GeoMac Granddad
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GeoMac Granddad

Good day, Deborah. I'd like to hear what you have to say about marijuana, if you care to discuss that at some time. The Facebook thing got old for me as well. In 1979 I visited a coal-fired electricity generation plant. I was into air analyzing equipment at the time. From that visit on, I've been saying we need to harness nuclear power. That's forty years ago I could see what was happening to our air and water and recognized it needed addressing, well before the phrase global warming started bombarding us. Crazy. Yeah, you're great to listen to. I'd… Read more »

andy marfo
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andy marfo

Wisdom , great points of view with that voice love your videos !

Cindy Mulvey
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Cindy Mulvey

Do you have any videos not mentioning the President, so people with TDS Trump Derangemant Syndrome can or can hear.

INTJ Island
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INTJ Island

I have watched a lot of "rock" climbing competitions this past year and there is a female climber, Janja Garnbret. who in 2019 simply walked away from the others in the area of "Bouldering" with no one really close to her. Many times she will have others fail to get anywhere with a boulder puzzle and then flashes it is as she goes to the top on her first try. This is the way I look at Trump today. No president in history has had a mass media machine and the other political party, and even some of his own… Read more »

TheMoonkelly
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TheMoonkelly

Skill sets are definitely important. However, policies (that make sense and will be if it this country and its citizens 1st and foremost) and specific plans on how to realistically implement them are also paramount. Sadly many (not all) who are in public office the majority of their working lives get comfortable and loose both of the qualifications above, which is why I put so little faith in our congress and why I was wary of voting for a career politician. Just my thoughts. Thank you again for the video. Have a great day!

Kerry Thompson
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Kerry Thompson

Speaking of fail-safe nuclear reactors – the Integral Fast Reactor (IFR) was the original. It was developed in the 1980s at Argonne West in the Idaho desert. They ran a demonstration in which they filled the control room with reporters, then shut off the power to the cooling pumps. The metallic fuel rods expanded with the rising temperature to the point that they went non-critical and the fission reaction shut down, and nobody died. It was shortly after this demonstration that the Russians blew up the plant in Chernobyl – one wonders if they were inspired by the IFR demonstration.… Read more »

Kelly Kenny
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Kelly Kenny

Your thoughts are always from your heart, Deborah. We appreciate it and agree totally, the impeachment nonsense is just that. You bring fresh ideas to the table and that’s why we love to listen.
Great comments below. You’ve got some awesome listeners!
Your talk reminded me of a vid I watched recently, on the “97% of all scientists” narrative on climate change:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ewJ6TI8ccAw&t=643s

Richard Sikkink
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Richard Sikkink

I enjoy your videos because it is well thought out. Also you don't try to dumb things down expecting people to use their mental power to digest your thoughts.

Paul Atling
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Paul Atling

Hi Deborah lovely to hear your insights as always.

AL Vick
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AL Vick

Re personal charm: sometimes it is a substitute for authenticity or character. I am enjoying your talks, keep on keeping on. I usually hear something I want to investigate for myself. Thank you.

mememuhsheen
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mememuhsheen

I give the American Diabetic Association guidelines very little credence. Low carbohydrate diets were recommended before the discovery of insulin in 1921. Doctors have basically been treating insulin injections as the way to "fix" the problem. If someone doesn't make enough insulin, then insulin injections make sense. However, Insulin resistance has been directly connected to diet, and lifestyle. Unfortunately, there haven't been any extensive studies of either low carbohydrate, or strict ketogenic diets on type 2 diabetes. Many doctors really aren't that knowledgeable about nutrition. I just had a doctor give me faulty information about nutritional supplements before my recent… Read more »

Maryanne Razzo
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Maryanne Razzo

Hi, Deborah! I've been listening to "Deep Nutrition," by Dr. Catherine Shanahan, which has a strong resonance to the dietary recommendations of Weston Price and Sally Fallon. According to Dr. Shanahan we're all pretty much subject to developing higher than normal blood sugar levels if we all ate as much fruit as we're advised, a practice that Dr. Shanahan also considers risky. One doctor I "follow" felt that eating a fruit only diet could have been the reason Steve Jobs developed pancreatic cancer, not to scare anyone. Dr. Shanahan explores the minutiae of biochemistry and genetics, which went well over… Read more »

Dee Dee Moore & Co.
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Dee Dee Moore & Co.

The earth is an amazing self-healing and correcting planet with cyclical ups and downs. History proves it. I want to say democrats are just emotional and shallow humans. They live right now, today, with no ability of critical thought. They see an opportunity and pathway to power and they run with it. Al Gore (remember his climate hysteria?) still, to this day, says the same thing about climate change even though him and his cult following has been proven wrong time and time again. This is exhausting for those of us that have witnessed this shitcannery for decades. I’m starting… Read more »

James Judd
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James Judd

How about a video about why it is "nuts" for co2 to be considered a control know for climate change? Nice videos btw. Very unique

A Max
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A Max

Thank you for your thoughts, Deborah. I worked at a nuclear power plant in Florida for eight years. It's relatively safe and that was more than twenty years ago. The biggest problem is ignorance and the spread of misinformation or even disinformation. Greetings from Texas. 
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