Following his most recent book on Iraq, Peter Laufer jokingly said his next book would be about butterflies. He was later invited to a butterfly preserve in Nicaragua where he immersed himself in the history and current infatuation with the insect. Mr. Laufer soon determined there was a less than peaceful side of the butterfly industry, that included the involvement of organized crime, death of certain species and ecological devastation. This event was hosted by Village Books in Bellingham, Washington.
Finding and Stopping ALS Dr. Teepu Siddique (Northwestern University) and Dr. Robert Brown (Harvard) discovered the first gene mutation for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's disease). This was published in Nature issue # 362 (March 1993). Dr. Siddique used our family's genealogy, and history of familial ALS in this historic discovery of this first gene. Members of our family carry the SOD1 (G93A) mutation. I have ALS. I have been using many different compounds since the onset of symptoms in an attempt to slow or stop the disease's progress. I have found a combination of organic substances that in my experience have slowed the disease's progress. What I have seen in terms of results from the use of these compounds is significant. I was losing the mobility in my legs, and arms. I began using this compound; within a week I regained mobility in my legs. In several more weeks, I experienced better functioning in my arms, followed by more dexterity in my hands. I am still symptomatic. But the usual progress of ALS in my family has finely shifted, in a positive way for me. Over the last two years I have been working with a person with short term memory loss, that has Alzheimer's in his family. He also has had a reversal in his disease. Dr. Siddique's recent discovery focus's on a protein-ubiquilin2-. This protein recycles other damaged proteins in the neurons of the spinal cord and the brain in people with ALS. However ubiquilin 2 isn't doing its job, and the damaged proteins accumulate, leading to paralysis and death. This find offers hope to the 350,000 people worldwide that suffer from ALS and ALS/dementia. What's more it may one day also treat Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. Due to our family history with Dr. Siddique, (Professor of Neurology and Cell and Molecular Biology; Director, Neuromuscular Disorders Program) we have discussed these compounds along with several compounds he has found. The outcome was to proceed with specific clinical trials. Dr Siddique will use a genetically altered, mouse model for ALS using these compounds. The purpose is to find a compound that stops ALS. Dr. Siddique was an advisor on the making of the only drug for ALS (Rilutek) and the model was G93A. We are looking for a Venture Capitol Investor to start a Pharmaceutical Company. Your investment with this company can make potentially life saving results through research and manufacturing. Respectfully Charlie Breidenfield email@example.com 707-694-6393
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"Harry in the Hall" arranger Rob Laufer explains why he thinks Harry Nilsson belongs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Join the movement. WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/1Fm7EMW - TWITTER: http://bit.ly/1gvWJoH - FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/1O4ih71
Peter Schlosser, baritone, sings the eleventh movement of the Rosenberg Cantata, "We Are Innocent," by Leonard Lehrman, based on The Death House Letters of Julius & Ethel Rosenberg, used by permission of their sons, commissioned by the National Committee to Reopen the Rosenberg Case and The Professor Edgar H. Lehrman Memorial Foundation for Ethics, Religion, Science & the Arts, Inc. with the Metropolitan Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by the composer at Marymount Manhattan Theatre, June 11, 1989. The music is based on the harmonic structure of Edith Segal's song "My Loved One."
Jewish people in Queens and all over the world are remembering Rabbi Menachem Schneerson, the late leader of the Chabad Lubavitch movement, on the anniversary of his death, by visiting his gravesite in Cambria Heights.
Hollywood Vibe Nationals 2016 Choreography by Melissa Galvin Dobson Heal - danced by Shea Hancock (age 13) Dancer at East County Performing Arts Center (Dance Xtreme)
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A speech and Q&A with billionaire and the second richest hedge fund manager in the world, James Simons. In this speech James talks about his life, career and the events that lead him to starting Renaissance Technologies. James also goes on to speak about why Renaissance technologies is so successful and his guiding principles for life. Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Other great Stock Market Investor videos:⬇ Ray Dalio on Hedge funds, Success and Life/Work: http://bit.ly/RDVid1 Charlie Munger on Common sense and Investing:http://bit.ly/CMVid1 Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 4:25 Early Life 8:04 MIT 10:35 Road trip to South America 12:18 Berkley 13:18 First investments 18:20 Urge to do something different/ First business 20:26 Back to academia 26:09 Opposing the war/ Getting fired 30:45 Stony Brook University 36:26 Managing money 39:39 Becoming a trader 45:53 Renaissance technologies/ What makes it successful 49:40 Simons foundation 54:04 Mathematics as a refuge 55:40 Retirement 57:19 Guiding principles 1:00:45 Start of Q&A 1:01:12 When not to do something? 1:02:20 Thoughts on hedge fund industry today? 1:04:31 Why do you focus on collaborative goals? 1:06:30 How did your parents help foster your mathematical knowledge? 1:07:15 When you look back, would you change anything? 1:08:14 Do you think you should share your knowledge? 1:09:52 Thoughts on mathematics education? 1:17:55 Bourbaki movement? Interview Date: 30th October, 2014 Event: The American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/JSimmonsPic Investors Archive has videos of all the Investing/Business/Economic/Finance masters. Learn from their wisdom for free in one place. For more check out the channel. Remember to subscribe, share, comment and like! No advertising.