#27: On The Back of a Tiger Interview #2

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01:17 - Details on the successful Kickstarter
02:04 - A heartened Brad and Jeremy
03:39 - What have you guys been up for the last year?
05:30 - Has the film changed at all?
07:16 - Where are you guys in the filmmaking process?
08:26 - Jeremy and Brad asking big questions
10:25 - Warming up the audience to the cast of Mavericks
11:40 - Uncut audio from the interviews
12:28 - Problems in the establishment
13:31 - Animations and filming experiments
15:16 - Issues in biology and medicine
16:15 - How the script is being written
17:49 - Will consciousness be explored in the film?
18:54 - Will cosmology be explored in the film?
19:07 - How do you empower people without giving recommendations?
20:54 - Will stress and energy be explored in the film?
23:38 - Danny doesn’t understand epigenetics
24:40 - Eugenics is still part of science culture
26:25 - Will politics be explored in the film?
27:48 - Danny thinks the ‘serotonin-makes-you-fell-good’ idea is crumbling
28:34 - Has Brad and Jeremy’s views changed at all since filming the movie?
31:32 - Danny thinks leaving your comfort zone can increase self-awareness
33:01 - ‘Never be in a rush to do anything’
33:25 - Will the film be accessible to lay people?
34:03 - How are Brad and Jeremy stringing the narrative between all the subjects?
34:48 - The passing of Mae-Wan Ho
35:31 - Respecting the life’s work of some of the subjects
35:05 - Keeping up to date with On The Back of a Tiger
40:04 - Next week’s episode with Ray

 

#26: Talking with Ray Peat #2: Carbon Dioxide, NAD+/NADH, Antibiotics, Coffee

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01:10 - Show outline
01:40 - The passing of Mae-Wan Ho
03:44 - The organisms as a liquid crystalline
04:55 - Magneto biology
06:59 - Ray’s discovery of Vladimir Vernadsky
09:07 - Background on Ray’s books
10:36 - When Ray became more interested in carbon dioxide
15:10 - Carbon dioxide and evolution
17:11 - Ketosis, Carbon Dioxide, and NAD+/NADH
21:24 - The ketone body ratio and electrode physiology
33:35 - Why wasn’t Albert Szent-Györgyi’s work more accepted?
34:29 - “Old” and “new” hormones and signaling substances
38:53 - The “optimal” metabolic state
40:26 - Ray’s thoughts on antibiotics
43:25 - Ray’s thoughts on thyroid brands
44:52 - Ray’s thoughts on synthetic vs. desiccated
45:07 - How Ray makes his coffee
46:45 - The quality of commercial supplements
48:23 - Ray’s upcoming newsletter

#25: A Bioenergetic View of Osteoporosis

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01:18 - Estrogen and bone metabolism
06:12 - Women's Health Initiative
10:30 - Mainstream therapies for osteoporosis
11:45 - Osteopotrosis, carbon dioxide, and lactic acid
15:55 - The hormone-like prostaglandins
18:21 - Thyroid, copper, and cytochrome c oxidase
19:55 - Are there any good iron tests?
26:24 - SSRIs, prolactin, and bone health
31:08 - Is Serotonin and Upper or Downer? (2015)
32:35 - Parathyroid hormone, calcium, and phosphate
36:22 - Clickbait health articles
39:33 - Tetracycline antibiotics for osteoporosis
41:50 - What tests would help with determining bone health?
46:45 - Are lab tests infallible?
49:35 - Georgi, where can we find more of your work this week?

#24: Q&A - Tooth Decay, Supplements vs. Food, Long Walks, and Ray Peat's Work

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01:58 - Thoughts on tooth decay, carbon dioxide, and lactic acid
05:09 - “In the presence of hypothyroidism and magnesium deficiency everything is dangerous, but calcium and sodium are probably among the least dangerous things.” —Raymond Peat, PhD
07:20 - Children with food allergies
11:16 - Is there any reason to treat a child like a small adult?
13:14 - Food or supplements?
20:24 - Can supplements replace liver, oysters, and eggs?
24:35 - Caffeine, aspirin, niacinamide and fatty liver
30:53 - Enriching the environment and day-to-day metabolic enhancing activities
24:16 - Idealabs’ desiccated thyroid product, Tyromax
38:39 - Danny thinks desiccated thyroid should be taken orally
42:55 - Are Danny and Georgi slaves to Ray Peat?
48:24 - What Ray Peat’s work means to Danny
51:36 - Georgi, where can we find more of your work on the Internet this week?
52:30 - Info about next week’s episode