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The Valley Current ®: Dr. Leonard Hayflick on the Role of Publication versus the Role of Patents in Stimulating the Production and Distribution of Scientific Knowledge Globally - Part 2

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Release Date: 06/25/2020

The Valley Current ®: 66 at 66: Engaging Yourself in Self-Improvement Leading to Greater Self-Awareness… Yoga v. Power Yoga show art The Valley Current ®: 66 at 66: Engaging Yourself in Self-Improvement Leading to Greater Self-Awareness… Yoga v. Power Yoga

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HIIT ain’t got nothing on yoga if you want to learn how far your body can go. Whether it’s finally being able to touch your toes again or hitting peak fitness, yoga is all about noticing the positive changes in your body every time you unroll a mat. Push your body to the edges with Jack Russo and who challenge you to fight back against failed fitness resolutions and do the things you didn’t think your body could do before. Have you gotten into the habit of improving your body and mind?

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The Valley Current ®: Will Smartphones Soon Measure Telomeres Instantly & Easily? - Part 2 show art The Valley Current ®: Will Smartphones Soon Measure Telomeres Instantly & Easily? - Part 2

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Personal data collection by major corporations has been a growing subject of controversy around the globe. Though many of us have pulled away from or quit social media to reduce our web exposure, the number of networks for data collection are increasing and we are anxiously anticipating it. Measuring the length of your telomeres could be as easy as checking your blood sugar, and it can all be done in real time from your smart device. Jack Russo asks Dr. Leonard Hayflick if instant biological data harvesting is feasible in the near future or if this is something that remains in the lab.

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The Valley Current ®: Will Smartphones Soon Measure Telomeres Instantly & Easily? - Part 1 show art The Valley Current ®: Will Smartphones Soon Measure Telomeres Instantly & Easily? - Part 1

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Personal data collection by major corporations has been a growing subject of controversy around the globe. Though many of us have pulled away from or quit social media to reduce our web exposure, the number of networks for data collection are increasing and we are anxiously anticipating it. Measuring the length of your telomeres could be as easy as checking your blood sugar, and it can all be done in real time from your smart device. Jack Russo asks Dr. Leonard Hayflick if instant biological data harvesting is feasible in the near future or if this is something that remains in the lab.

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The Valley Current ®: Predictions from 2020 Coming True in 2021 show art The Valley Current ®: Predictions from 2020 Coming True in 2021

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Did anyone predict our current situation four years ago? For many the tragedy that happened at Capitol Hill was unfathomable, and things in DC could get a whole lot worse before they get better. A lot of balls are in the air as we move into a new era where it is hard to discern if we are evolving or retrogressing. Jack Russo and Dr. Leonard Hayflick get together to review if a years’ worth of predictions are playing out as a grim reality. Topics: The rise (and fall) of Trump Splintering of the GOP

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The Valley Current ®: What’s Myrony? That’s Myrony! Part 2 show art The Valley Current ®: What’s Myrony? That’s Myrony! Part 2

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Let’s talk about . Ultimately the bigger mission for Alysha Myronuk is to make people more observant of the greater connections of things within their own lives. Host Jack Russo and Alysha Myronuk dig down to the soul level of understanding how you relate to your surroundings and, perhaps more importantly, how your surroundings relate to you. Guides and tools to navigate life are helpful, but together they have the ability to sharpen your sense of sight and give you real power over your universe.

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Waste not, want not. Silicon Valley has an excess of just about everything, and it takes a creative mind to make something with the castoffs that another has deemed useless or a hinderance. Jacob Savage has a special way of taking things that have been abandoned and turning it into treasure. Whether it’s creating an iPad robot for the office or gifting a child with a bike, giving these repurposed items to the right person brings joy to Jacob’s life – but there has to be a better way to effectively distribute these items to those most in need. Jack Russo finds out how Jacob Savage is...

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The Valley Current®️: What Are the Top 10 Things We Learned in The Last 10 Months of 2020? The Valley Current®️: What Are the Top 10 Things We Learned in The Last 10 Months of 2020?" with Dr. Leonard Hayflick

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The ongoing covid-19 pandemic, sheltering in place, masks and hand sanitizer, a crazy election and everyone leaving California. 2020 will be remembered for a multitude of things, most of which we would rather forget, but 2020 should really be remembered as The Year of Learning! Dr. Leonard Hayflick joins Jack Russo to review the Top 10 surprising and fascinating things we learned in the year that can’t end soon enough. Top 10 Things We Learned in 2020 Creating a mRNA vaccine in less than a year 95% efficacy numbers Successfully distribution of vaccines at sub-zero temperatures Quick...

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The Valley Current®️: Now the 57th Anniversary of JFK Assassination: How Did Melvin Belli Attempt to Defend Jack Ruby's Assassination of Lee Harvey Oswald? show art The Valley Current®️: Now the 57th Anniversary of JFK Assassination: How Did Melvin Belli Attempt to Defend Jack Ruby's Assassination of Lee Harvey Oswald?

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57 years after the fact and people are still asking what really happened during the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. There are multiple theories floating around ranging from lone assassin to government conspiracy with several shooters. The most widely accepted version of events today is that Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald, who was then shot and killed by Jack Ruby, who was defended in court by none other than Melvin Belli. Robert Lieff, who had joined the Belli firm between Ruby’s conviction and appeal, tells Jack Russo what Melvin Belli believed happened to JFK in...

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The Valley Current®️: What Three Vaccine Issues Does Dr. Fauci (and the Rest of Us) Have to Now Worry Next? (And, how to have a really safe and Happy Thanksgiving!) show art The Valley Current®️: What Three Vaccine Issues Does Dr. Fauci (and the Rest of Us) Have to Now Worry Next? (And, how to have a really safe and Happy Thanksgiving!)

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It has been roughly 1 year since the first covid diagnosis and researchers have been working around the clock to develop an effective treatment against coronavirus. While nothing yet has been officially approved, vaccines are already being tested and showing promising results. But could this vaccine be too promising? Jack Russo asks Dr Leonard Hayflick if 95% effectiveness really is too good to be true and if we should be doing more to validate its safety, efficacy, and longevity before it is distributed around the world.

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When it comes to settling a dispute, negotiation is typically the preferred resolution method. Negotiating not only provides a quicker agreement between both parties, but it is also the most private and affordable option available. So why would lawyers choose litigation over negotiation? Jack Russo and Robert Lieff are acutely aware that too many lawyers negotiate poorly and are unable to approach a problem as something that can be solved jointly. Litigation has changed over the years and more often litigants are viewing the opposing party as the enemy instead of the problem. Has litigation...

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There has been a big cultural shift since the 60’s, 70’s and even 80’s when scientists thought of publishing instead of patenting. Somewhere along the way, scientists have changed their goals from publishing knowledge and gaining recognition to assembling a portfolio of patents with the possibility of publishing purposely edited research that could lead to another patent. Being an esteemed scientist in his 90’s, Dr. Leonard Hayflick has witnessed this transformation firsthand along with the advantages and disadvantages it has brought with it. Listen in as Dr. Hayflick discusses the role of publication vs. patents in stimulating the production and distribution of scientific knowledge globally.