Current events are CRAZY, so let’s science the crap outta stuff, LIVE.
Moderna vs. Pfizer mRNA vaccines, vaccine refusals in healthcare people, the effect of social media algorithms on conspiracy thinking in politics and medicine, the Capitol insurrection, and more.
Full Transcript Below.
January 7th the day after January 6th, a day which we will not forget anytime soon, the amount of insanity going on, just when you thought 2020 was doing its thing, 2021 was like, “Hold my beer,” right? Like really, we thought we were done with this craziness. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. And I think what is going on now in the Capitol and around the country and talking about, today I’m gonna talk about the vaccine.
‘Cause I got mine yesterday and I wanna talk about misinformation, conspiracy thinking, social media’s effect on that and its algorithms and tie it all into the chaos we’re seeing and how we can transcend it and get to a better place. So for people who have questions about the difference between the Moderna and the Pfizer vaccine, I’m gonna talk about that today. I’m gonna talk about my own experience with this. I’m gonna talk about vaccine shortages and what we ought to do.
And I’m gonna talk about the conspiracy thinking around vaccines, how it relates to QAnon and the craziness in the Capitol. And I’m gonna do it in an Alt-Middle transpartisan way and you’re gonna like it, damn it. So let’s get started, shall we? I’ve got your comments pulled up here on both YouTube and Facebook. I just wanna confirm that YouTube is working. Give me one second here. Is it working? We don’t know, it is. There we go. All right, everybody’s here, okay.
So let’s start with this. Yesterday, I was able, finally I waited my turn for my tier to come up as a healthcare practitioner that isn’t right in the hospital this minute, but still sees patients at UNLV and does basically medicine. I’m in a certain tier and in California, or at least in the area where they’re giving out the vaccines here. I met criteria. Now I was gonna wait even longer before getting the vaccine because I did not wanna take it from a frontline healthcare worker who’s in ICU, who’s in ER who clearly has more patient contact than me.
And then I started hearing and reading and watching the reports and looking on social media at the large percentages of healthcare professionals. When I say large, I’m talking 20, 30, 40% depending on where you are that are passing on the vaccine, declining it. And that got me concerned because at that point it doesn’t look like I’m taking a vaccine from a frontline healthcare worker. It looks like they’re passing on it. And that got me thinking again. Why is that?
And I’ve talked about a little bit on the show before on New Year’s Eve, talking about why it is that healthcare workers are reluctant. Many of them are reluctant to get this vaccination. And some of it is crazy conspiracy stuff and misinformation. And some of it is just they’re behaving rationally. Well, they worry that it’s too quick. They’ve already been mistreated so much by leadership not getting PPE. They feel like they’re being treated as Guinea pigs.
They wanna wait until more data comes out. And I think it’s predominantly again it’s predominantly nurses and non-physicians that are doing that. I think physicians are more likely to have looked at the primary data and said, “Yeah, okay I’m okay with this.” Or they’re just conditioned differently about therapeutics either way, whatever the bottom line is, it’s a real problem if you’re concerned about frontline healthcare worker safety. So after reviewing the data myself and talking to people that I think are very smart and doing many shows about this I’m pretty convinced that this vaccine is safe and effective and you have to weigh your own risk benefit profile.
Like it may have a slightly higher risk of allergic reaction, these two MRNA vaccinations but by slightly it’s like, well, instead of three in a million, 11 in a million, so, and those tend to occur within the 15 minute monitoring time and they’re treatable. So again, risk benefit, risk benefit. And I’ve already done shows on, if you’re breastfeeding, if you have auto-immune disease, if you have allergies, what should you do? The answers are in previous videos. Bottom line is most likely get the vaccination but you have to weigh risk and benefit for yourself, right?
So for me, the risks were I’m 47. I have two genetic conditions that were picked up on a 23andMe screen Factor V Leiden and prothrombin 20210A that put me at a according to 23ndMe’s evidence research which I looked at the primary data. It’s a little soft. I have a 75% lifetime risk of developing a blood clot, a deep venous thrombosis. Well, we know that the Coronavirus promotes clotting and that’s one of the complications of Coronavirus. So even if I got an asymptomatic case of Coronavirus my chances of getting blood clots given my pre-existing conditions are high. So in my calculus, the vaccine is a no brainer. If it might potentially reduce that risk now we don’t know how much it does because that specific condition hasn’t been studied in the trials, right?
So that’s why I elected to get it. I got it yesterday. The videos on YouTube on Facebook and Instagram. So you can watch how painless it was. And I’ll tell you my experience. I got the Moderna shot. Not because I actively chose it, but because that’s what was available. And I looked at data sets between the two which we’re gonna talk about. And I said, you know what? These are pretty similar. It’s hard to make a compelling case based on the available data for one over the other. And so at that point, I took what was offered to me the Moderna shot, and it was painless, slept like a baby this morning, pretty sore arm. Now that makes perfect sense because it’s a few CCs of fluid in a muscle.
And the way the vaccine works is it sends an email through messenger RNA to your cells your muscle cells there, and your dendritic cells these are antigen presenting cells. You don’t need to know that, to say, Hey here’s the instructions for how to make a spike protein which will then be exposed. It’ll come to the surface of the muscle cells exposed to these immune system cells that are always scanning for problems and will teach them, Hey this is something that’s foreign.
Probably you should start to learn how to fight this. And that may trigger an immune response in the form of fevers, headaches, muscle aches, that kind of some, they call it reactogenicity of the vaccine. That is a sign that your immune system is firing up or it may be as simple as a sore arm where those muscle cells that are showing these foreign particles can get inflamed from your own immune system, which is good. That’s what you want because when the real virus comes it is doing that to everything in your upper respiratory track in your lungs.
This is a virus that can cross into the brain. So you have to decide, am I okay with a sore arm, maybe a fever, maybe some muscle aches maybe some arthralgias, a very small risk of a severe allergic reaction or am I okay taking my chances with the wild virus? And that’s a calculation that only you can make and you can talk with your doctor but you need to be educated with what the facts are so you can make that decision, right? Nobody’s putting a gun to your head and saying, take the vaccine. And including me, I say make a decision based on evidence that is given to you.
Where I get angry is when I see healthcare workers spreading misinformation online as healthcare workers. “I am a nurse and I read about, you know,” “this conspiracy about nanoparticles and sterility” and all this all of which is not true. All of which has been debunked. Nurses are the most trusted profession in the United States. And that’s an abuse of your trust because it’s not true. You’ve been played by the algorithms that fed you garbage that we’re gonna talk about in the second half of this live. They fed you garbage that fit your ideologic belief already.
So in other words, maybe you’re someone who is like does not like people telling you what to do, which, hey I’m like that. I’m a pretty libertarian dude. So it fits that, oh, they’re trying to do this. They’re trying to control us. And Bill Gates wants to chip us by the way a remarkable number of Americans believe that. Okay, we’re gonna talk about that as well. And so then you see something online that confirms your bias, maybe from a source that has ideological beliefs that are similar to yours, and then you go, okay this must be true then because that’s how humans work. That’s why social media is a poison. I’m gonna say it again.
I’m on Facebook right now and YouTube. Both these platforms can be poisonous. I mean, we can do better with them, but honestly I’m for just burning them to the ground and starting fresh. But that’s just me. All right, locals.com, if you wanna try that. So that being said, for me the decision point was let’s get it, so I got it yesterday, felt great. Have this sore arm, no other symptoms today. Now people have asked me well then should I get the Moderna vaccine?
Should I get the Pfizer vaccine? Should I get neither? Should I get both? The Brits are saying maybe we can mix and match. Maybe we can talk about that a little bit. So the answer is this. When you look at the differences between the two vaccines I can quickly summarize them, all right. So Pfizer is emergency use authorized for ages 16 and up, Moderna is authorized emergency use for ages 18 and up. And the reason is it’s not that one is safer than the other in kids it’s that one was studied down to 16 years old and one wasn’t. The Pfizer one was studied down to 16, the Moderna wasn’t.
Okay, so that’s one difference is like obviously if you’re younger than 18 you would need to get the Pfizer one, all right, but above 16, two years. The other difference is how they were sort of funded. So Pfizer, was a private entity. It’s Pfizer, big pharmaceutical company. They created this thing using you know, some public research I’m sure but internally without direct government money although they then were guaranteed, certain number of doses would be bought and that sort of thing but they weren’t otherwise directly funded by operation warp speed. Moderna, smaller company worked in partnership with the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute of Allergy and Immunology that Fauci heads. And work together with them, did get operation warp speed funding and they’re still price gouging on the vaccine. They just won a Martin Shkreli Award from the Lown Institute for doing that. But that’s another talk, but they had that sort of public private partnership.
So, difference in how they came about. The Moderna trial was about 30,000 people across races, genders, ethnicity, et cetera. The Pfizer was about 38,000 people. The outcomes of both trials and the data set that we have showed 95% efficacy in the Pfizer trial, and 94% efficacy in the Moderna trial. Now this is why that’s not as important as you think. It really just takes a couple patients one way or the other to change those efficacy numbers. So, you know, a handful might change it from, you know, 92 to 95 or something. And so these differences aren’t particularly meaningful.
And looking at the subgroups of patients, they were pretty efficacious across a lot of subgroups, right? A little less efficacious in the elderly. Both of them seem to prevent severe disease. So disease that winds you in the hospital on a ventilator compared to the placebo group. And so they’re both pretty effective. So I don’t think that you could argue strongly that you want one or the other based on efficacy although you could split hairs. And if you look at the primary data maybe you’ll find something that’s more compelling to you. Of course, most people don’t that.
So in reality, not a huge difference in terms of allergies and stuff. It’s not clear that there’s a vast difference. They both use these lipid nanoparticles. They differ in the exact configuration of the messenger RNA that they’re using. So there’s very slight differences there, which means you know, maybe some people react differently to the different vaccines, but we won’t really know until we have enough numbers comparing the two groups. So that you know, that’s another piece of it. Now, the other difference is there are different administration regimens. So the Pfizer is a 30 microgram dose and the Moderna is a 100 microgram dose. Now these are micrograms.
So they’re still tiny amounts but Moderna needs more vaccine. And the Pfizer is slightly more potent at 30 micrograms. The other difference is Pfizer’s is given basically three weeks apart and the Modernas is given four weeks apart. So there’s a difference in the spacing and probably how they did the trials. The other thing is like maximum efficacy was measured in the Pfizer trial, as I think a week after the second dose was measured at that 95% efficacy. And in the Moderna trial it was two weeks after the second dose. Now again, does that make a difference because if you had measured them right away but they didn’t do that, so we don’t know, right. So I’m not sure it makes a huge difference but that’s the data that you can then say, okay these are the differences between the vaccines. So that’s really Moderna versus Pfizer, right?
And that’s the rationale for why I chose to get the vaccination. My own projection is that if a lot of healthcare workers were to get it, it would be a good idea. But in the absence of that if they decide they’re not gonna do it, you know it’s interesting to me that a lot of the same people that were really loud about how horrible they were treated, which is all true with masks and the indentations and the lack of PPE. Some of those people are the same people that are loud about not taking this vaccine. And I think it’s partially because they’ve been poisoned by the politicization of vaccination, the crazy polarization in the country, misinformation online, mistrust. It’s just like communities of color that are 43% of African-Americans say they’d take the vaccine.
Like that tells you about the mistrust in that community that, hey if we’re being honest, it’s pretty well earned. You know, from how people of color have been treated by the medical establishment. Now you could argue that it’s changing and all that, and that’s fine. And again, I’m no woke Lord like the whole woke culture thing bothers me. I’m not a big, you know, I’m not the kind of guy who’s gonna take a knee for anything but I think it’s very hard to deny that there are big disparities, right? And so instead of judging people and saying, oh you’re not taking the vaccine go, okay why is it? What’s going on? And how can we talk about it in a way that makes you comfortable with what you know?
And now you’re making a decision based on knowledge instead of just pure fear, emotion, misinformation, history whatever it is because we’re talking about saving lives now that’s the thing, it’s about harm reduction, it’s about bringing people together and saying here’s the information, which brings me to the next part of this conversation. And I’m just confirming that we’re still streaming here. Thanks to everybody you sending stars on Facebook supporting the show. Will Fauci profit any from the Moderna vaccine, Liz Windsor. I don’t think so. He’s a government official unless he’s invested directly in Moderna which I don’t know about.
I don’t think so. And it’s good, listen, it’s not wrong to ask where is the money in all this. It really isn’t because it can introduce bias. And, you know I think it’s worth always asking those questions and being super skeptical. And when this thing started I told you I’m not getting any vaccine on, anybody’s just carte blanche without looking at data talking to people that I trust and convincing myself doing my research. Now, the difference between a physician who’s connected well connected in the research community and your average Joe, on the internet who “did their research” is vastly different. And that’s why you have to look at the sources of where you’re getting your data. Which brings me to the part of the show that I think is topical right now, all right.
What we saw in the nation’s Capitol yesterday was absolutely disgusting. And I’m gonna editorialize for a second. ‘Cause you guys know, like I don’t really care Trump, Biden. I think they’re both jackasses. I just don’t care. I’m somewhere in the Alt-Middle which is not doesn’t mean I’m a centrist. It means I look at what seems to work ideas that work. And I have rational conversation with other rational people and we debate and come up with a solution that will implement a policy that will help the most people. And it’s consistent with what I think my moral palate is when I mean palate I mean like taste buds, like a palate like you have a palate for certain foods.
All of us have a moral palate. What happened yesterday was a mob incited by who they perceive their leader is who tried to circumvent one of the icons of our democracy in a Citadel that is not just a Citadel for the United States, but as a Citadel of hope and democracy for the world, they behaved like animals. They desecrated a Holy temple, lives were lost and they did this on the egging of the commander in chief of this country. Now I have never really been one to complain about Trump that much, because I actually like some of the stuff that he’s done in terms of price transparency in medicine, in terms of a stiff middle finger to the establishment okay, I like those aspects of it, but what his behavior forget about who he is as a person.
I have no idea. I’m not in his head, his behavior yesterday led to lives lost and the desecration of a temple and a messaging that is poisoning our discourse. That’s it and I have to say that because if I don’t say that then I’m not saying what I actually think. And I’m not being authentic to my own moral palate. Now let’s talk about moral palate. What we saw yesterday was a bunch of thugs storming one of our most respected institutions. Look say what you will about Congress, they are a bunch of dipshits it’s like family, right? Like when you can criticize your family all you want, you can rail and rail, but when someone else does, they better watch out.
Well, these people who invaded through an insurrection our democracy are those people. They are the “others” that they so clearly don’t want in government, right. And what happened here is a poisoning of the mind that was accentuated by social media algorithms. So this QAnon bullshit and I say it’s bullshit, has a Venn diagram of overlap with anti-vaccine conspiracy theory, Plandemic dipshits. Like all these people that have been the loudest lunatic fringe that I’ve been making videos about from the beginning of the pandemic. And you guys know I’m a skeptic of lock downs. I was skeptical of masks early on. I’m not somebody who just says, yeah whatever Fauci says, let’s go do that. Or whatever CDC says, let’s go do that. Let’s ask questions. Let’s have dissent.
Let’s talk about science are not those people. These are people who’ve been led by a anonymous person on 8-Chan to believe that the government Democrats in particular is infiltrated by pedophiles who are trafficking in child sex. And their savior is Donald Trump. Now just saying that should trigger every insane detection device in your mind but it does for these people because those ideas fit whatever their moral palate about liberty versus oppression about feeling like they’ve been unfairly treated et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. So there’s reasoning why people radicalize around those ideas. But here’s what happens. The commander in chief messages similar nonsense.
And you could argue that that’s partially why we have 350,000 deaths in the U.S instead of 300,000 or whatever the number would be. I can’t put a number. I don’t know what it is because the modeling behavior of the commander in chief is bullshit when it comes to how you behave in a pandemic. And it’s bullshit when it comes to, oh did you lose the election?
Did you win the election? All right fine, I’m willing to entertain ideas of election fraud, show me evidence. There’s none, so, and again, and again, and again and again. So now he’s egging these people on through misinformation. Now this has a point that’s gonna wrap into the medical stuff. So what happens when people who are ideologically aligned with you hear misinformation that their confirmation bias wants to believe and you continue to hit their emotions instead of their reason, they are gonna do some crazy shit and that’s, it was totally predictable. What happened yesterday was 100% predictable from what they were saying they were gonna do on their forums. And misinformation spreads drastically faster than real information.
Believe me, I know this because I’ve spent so much time trying to combat it and it’ll never reach even near the number of views that the original misinformation reached even after Facebook and YouTube block it which I still think is a mistake, right? So what’s happened now is this QAnon nonsense has bled into this plandemic nonsense, which has bled into the anti-vaccine oh it’s a 5G Nanobot technology that Bill Gates has injecting in us. And on top of that, it causes female sterility. All right, just listen to yourself, dude really like I’m willing to listen to people who say, Oh Pharma is gonna bias the results that’s possible.
Maybe it’s less effective than we think that’s possible. Maybe there’s some, you know, strange side effects that haven’t emerged yet unlikely but possible. That’s rational, I don’t wanna be first in line to get the vaccine, rational. They’re injecting 5G Nanobots so that Bill Gates can microchip us and control us because of something I read on the internet, fuck you. You’re out of your mind. And not only that, but you’re a danger to people around you. You’re a danger to your family. You’re a danger to your community. And honestly, it’s not your fault still.
No, it’s the algorithms that weaponize misinformation and it’s leaders who exploit it. And honestly they exist in both parties. It’s the same thing. You know, the left will prey on emotions to generate a woke culture and cancel culture and the kind of bullshit outrage that’s, you know infected college campuses and free speech censorship. And the reason that platforms like Locals exist is to counter that. You know, when the big tech companies can shut down your speech, right? And they can shut down Trump’s speech they could shut down my speech. It’s a disease that’s infested our country. And it wasn’t intentional. Honestly, you can’t blame anybody, right?
But you do have hold people accountable. And this is the last editorial I’m gonna make about Donald Trump. He needs to go like yesterday. He needs to say publicly that he lost the election. So that there’s a peaceful transfer of power. I don’t care about Biden. I don’t care about Harris. I don’t care about Democrats. I just don’t care about that. What I care about is the safety and integrity of the messaging that America is sending not only to its own citizens, but to the world. And that’s what we have here in America. We are the shining city on the hill. And to see this happen in my lifetime, you know I was in the car with my girls, bringing them from our house to the studio here, to do this show. And I was listening to the radio news different channels ’cause I don’t like the political bias of one or the other.
Like if I listen to NPR too much, I’m just like, Oh my God. If I listened to whatever AM, you know, talk radio, I’m like, Oh my God. So trying to find truth is picking and choosing from bits and trying to form an analysis that’s transpartisan and accounts for your own bias. I started getting so angry. I started shouting at the radio, which again is a bad sign. And I told my daughters, I said, “Listen you guys never grew up “You’re not 47 like me, you didn’t grow up “In a country that you assumed was exceptional. “You didn’t grow up in a country that your parents “Came to with nothing in their pocket “From India did a second residency “Came to this country because they believed in “What it stood for. “They believed in democracy, they believed in rule of law. “They believed that a president is elected. “They believe that wisdom “And the pursuit of happiness are the rights that we have.”
And I told them, I said, “What we see today is so hurtful to those of us “Who believe in that dream.” And it’s coming back, we’re gonna take it back. That’s a fact, this nightmare, national nightmare will be over but and this is the strongest I’ve spoken about this because I haven’t felt this way as strongly until yesterday’s events. This is the final tipping point. I think it is for many. And there are many, you know, people that, really that again, 70 odd million people voted for Donald Trump, not so much for the man but for this idea that they are so disillusioned with what they see is happening in celebrities going and making their dipshit political statements they have no who cares what a celebrity thinks? There’s suppression of free speech, cancel culture. This woke overlords, where you can’t even have discussions about stuff without being shut down as a racist or something, it’s insanity.
And so there’s a righteous anger against that. And they saw in Donald Trump, somebody who just said whatever he thought and never got canceled, right? There’s something to that. What I saw yesterday that…none of that matters. None of that matters. This is an affront. And let me get back to the moral palate thing. So now you got me going on. I don’t know what’s gonna happen. So we have these moral taste buds, all of us, right? Liberty versus oppression, loyalty versus betrayal, care versus harm, fairness versus cheating, sanctity versus degradation, right? That’s just five of them. And those are the big five. Yesterday and every human has all of them but some value more than others like people who are more liberal on the political spectrum value care versus harm and fairness versus cheating more conservatives tend to value the loyalty versus betrayal, the sanctity versus degradation, the liberty versus oppression more. And so what you saw was the mob yesterday was a liberty versus oppression mob, and a loyalty versus betrayal mob. They’re loyal to Donald Trump.
And when he opens his fat mouth to talk about inciting an insurrection more or less go wild, go to Congress, et cetera. And you guys will say, oh, it’s not what he said. Look, that’s what they heard. And he knows that again. I’m not reading his mind. I made a cognitive error there. I take that back. He acts like he knows that. And so that’s what they heard. So liberty versus oppression these people are holding me down. I have every right to walk into that chamber that I paid taxes for and take sit in Pelosi’s desk sit at the dais, take the lectern, right? That’s my money. You won’t tell me what to do. This is my house. That’s how they felt. And loyalty versus betrayal. Trump says, we can do this. We’re gonna go do this, right. All right, what about the rest of us? Let’s talk about sanctity versus degradation. They desecrated a shrine that stands for everything that has been built since 1776 since American spilled blood in the war for independence. They desecrated that shrine. You want sanctity versus degradation they’re animals.
That’s what it feels like. It triggers a disgust mechanism in many people including people who may politically agree with them. All right, sanctity versus degradation. Let’s talk about fairness versus cheating. Actually, that’s another one. They thought Trump was cheated out of the election, why? Because Trump said so, loyalty versus betrayal. All right, fine. What about the rest of us? There was a free and fair election by all counts. If you don’t like the outcome, you should’ve voted, right? I’m pretty sure Gore versus Bush.
A lot of people didn’t like that outcome. There were some demonstrations and a little bit of violence but nothing like this, nobody’s storming the Capitol because president Clinton stood up there and said “You guys should go overturn this fraudulent election.” What would’ve happened? Right, by the way, don’t ask what would have happened if that mob were Black, it would have been a massacre, right? Let’s be honest. The Capitol police that’s just straight dereliction of duty, right? So that being said let’s keep going with the moral palates.
Now that I’m going off the rails in the live show. We talked about liberty versus oppression. We talked about fairness versus cheating. The rest of us feel like you don’t cheat and take an election. That’s banana Republic shit. All right, go run again in 2024, God help us all. Next, care versus harm. Break into, smash windows in Congress, put the place on lock down, wearing body armor and carrying weapons. How does that affect care versus harm in your mouth moral palate, right? And again, loyalty versus betrayal. When Americans watch this, they feel betrayed.
This is a coup it’s an insurrection. That is instigated by the President of the United States. Who many of them helped to elect talk about betrayal. Does that make sense? So again, this is how we think about the emotional response to current events. And I’ve shown you my emotional response, right. Now I’m gonna dial it back and say, okay so what does this have to do with any of the medical shit I’ve been talking about? And this is it, the same polarization social media algorithms that foment misinformation and the leadership that foments it can spread misinformation about science and we’re seeing it happening with vaccines. So it’s one thing I completely respect you if you’re holding off on the vaccine for the reasons I talked about, I wouldn’t personally I didn’t make that decision.
I made the decision to get it, but it’s your decision and you made it with rational thought but the misinformation is actually harming people that won’t be to know better because they’re operating on autopilot. Because when the misinformation dovetails with their existing ideology, it is impossible to resist without training and without a lot of effort. And that’s why you can’t convince your crazy uncle to get vaccinated. That’s why you can’t convince your crazy aunt that Plandemic isn’t a thing, right? And that’s why I probably haven’t looked at the comments here, but a lot of the crazy comments you’re gonna fight with each other in the comments and all that is, is theater, no one’s convinced. That’s why the comment section is usually garbage.
You know, some people make really good comments but the idea in the comment section is to outdo the other dimwit, it’s theater, it’s polarizing. Honestly, I should just shut the comment section down but then no one would come. You see how I’m gaming the algorithm just to get my message out there. It’s sick and I’m sick for doing it. And yet, if I don’t I’ll get 10 views and my message will not be heard. It’s sick, it really is. There are better ways to do it. Yeah, I actually think what other platforms are doing is good. Yeah, that’s what I had to say.
Now, people wanna tune out I’m gonna take some comments because I’ve been rambling enough and you know, let’s see, oh, by the way, so what’s the hope in all this? What’s the hope in all this? The hope is these are the growing pains of normal human evolution of our societies. You get the capitalism happening, then the excess of it, oh there’s a bunch of disparities, et cetera. Okay, then you get the pluralism the 60s and the sort of more liberal movement. And then you get the excesses of it. And the excesses are woke culture and the woke overlords and cancel culture.
And so many pronouns that it hurts my head and all this stuff but what transcends what’s the next phase? So when you run up against these downsides and this what this is a regressive piece of our past these thugs coming up trying to cancel America, basically, that’s gonna happen. That is a normal part of human progress. What’s the next emergent gonna be? I talk about it in health care as Health 3.0. Transcendent, rehumanized technology enabled, but not enslaved like Health 2.0 where we’re just paid to do the right thing for patients. And we actually reincorporate mind, body and spirit and spirit can be totally secular or it can be religious. And that is the next emergent.
It’s also the next emergent of our society. This sort of integral level where we go, “yes, and” to everything that came before taking the positive rejecting the negative. And this example of the negative actually just serves to propel us forward. If we listen, if our leaders listen, and if we have enough introspection to watch our minds and go this is what’s happening. If I watch my mind during this live I went off the rails a few times. I let I just opened the gate of emotion, right. And then try to reign it back in but I can see it happening. And that takes practice whether it’s meditation or whatever your practice is. That’s what I would love for us to learn to do because that will actually sounds new-agey and dumb. But that’s how we learn to be more human, more connected, more rational, more irrational, more emotional, more loving and still come out on the right side of each other.
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