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Fresh update on "finland" discussed on Rocks Across the Pond
"'cause everyone's a lockdown and it's the big issue and a lot of mention i think one of my big fears was that would just be the flavor of the week and people would move on to whatever the next thing is and by the time he walked down its olympics and everything else is kind of pushed back to the side so i'm glad to see kind of momentum going for this i think it's going to differ from place to place having kind of moved around the curling world a lot. I think there's different issue if the. Us and canada are different. Right and europe and north america different diversity and inclusion issues too. I think there's a lot of differences in terms of the challenges. But but i agree that wherever you were at. If curling doesn't diversify just just out of self interest for the sport aside from the fact that a more diverse clubs a better club in my mind for sure but i think that that curling's really in trouble that i teach at university in the next generation has no time for for all white spaces right so it's it's not gonna get that generation and then i think the flip side is the one thing i'm hopeful about with. Curling is good at pulling people together and you know it's one way kind of pulling out of our bubbles a little bit so maybe if curling does take diversity seriously than we can. We can kind of you know knocked down some of the barriers to through through the sport. The more positive positive message. I'd say that's what i haven't yet vice for your in the. I think it's like i found so for me. That call was really interesting. Because i mean an organization in england odd the emerging country right. We have two ranks Are access to team. Gb is limited. We do compete internationally. And so a lot of sympathy with the stars that adriana tj ray or saying that when we go. I coached the junior team. And it's all self funded and that's that's expensive like even ten days of the junior. Bees in finland is a very expensive proposition and that either knocks out some juniors early on or it's there's some places where families giving like everything just for their daughter son to get one chance to play to represent england. So i think that's Those challenges i think are of compounded with other countries to ride from the global south where the funding may not be there at all. But that's that's just the simple fact. And then yeah. We basically face a similar chicken and egg problem to that. We need more ranks to to produce more curlers than can't do that and then you know england's not a very diverse country but it certainly is more diverse than than english curling right. So there's there's questions to be asked there as well so i think it's kind of interesting to think about. Yeah so that's a good conversation for sure anything anything else. You wanted to add in terms of promotion stuff that we can add in at the very ender. We're also on facebook okay. Your facebook you instagram. To or just got into the instagram twitter. Although i don't know finance turley of the bandwidth to make those when they should be a. We're just basically trying trying to reach out to people right now and bring kind of people were interested in this together so that we can have the best resources possible..
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author, Scientist, and Renowned Polymath Jared Diamond Discusses the Derisive Term 'Finlandization'
"Is the first country that you discuss in the book. Outsiders uses derisive term called finlandisation to describe the nation's relationship with the soviet union. Now russia you confess to being a little bit guilty of this yourself during. I think it was one of your earlier first visits to that country. Why defense take offense at the term finlandisation. And what is it. That non-finn seem to misunderstand. Sure finlandisation is a a nasty word. It's a blaming word that non-finns particularly germans and other europeans and americans applied to finland after world war tooth in world war. Two finland got attacked by the soviet union whose population is about forty times that of finland. The finns fought fiercely. Lots of them got killed. But finland managed to retain its independence but finns learned a lesson from the war against russia. Which is. let's make sure we're not going to get into that mess again. And what we'll do is. We'll talk constantly with the russians at every level from the president downwards so that the russians are not suspicious of us. will they'll know what we're thinking The russians will know that the anoc can be surprised by making an alliance with some other country attacking finland by the back door. Finland's learned learned and they were very careful not to offend the soviet union when the soviet union vade hungry. The finns kept their mouth shot. Okay germans and american set that is that's a lack of courage should speak out against the soviet invasion of hungary and finish. His response was if we speak out. That's gonna have no effect on the soviet union but we learned that we cannot offend the soviet union. Because hundred thousand dollars got killed from making that mistake. That's finlandisation namely a small country being very careful about large country when i first went to finland. I'm embarrassed to say that that one my my best friend in finland who was a veteran of the winter war. I told him so. Why being so careful about russia because if you get into trouble the united states and britain france will protect you. Oh god there's nothing worse i could say. Because the finns had been deserted by all their allies and the finns learned that awesome viable is going to depend upon ourselves. That's finlandisation it worked finland. It's not gonna work for the united states and so there was a sense that they couldn't afford to be brave and speak out against the soviet union as much as others would have liked because they were realistic and they knew that no one else may come to our aid. If we do. Why do we want to get one. Hundred thousand people killed again. Eighty thousand about children driven into exile. No big and be. We're not gonna be stupid again. We can be careful. We will talk constantly with the russians will remain a liberal. Democracy will remain a rich country investing heavily in education. All the we're going to do differently is we're going to talk constantly with the russians. So that they will trust arson and interestingly the united states after the fall of the soviet union sadly in the nineteen nineties while the soviet union was there in a big threat. The united states was talking constantly with the soviet union but with the fall of the soviet union we began to take russia less
China steps up threats to reclaim Taiwan
"China's rise as a great power it showing more and more attention towards reclaiming territory that long regarded as its own witness. Beijing's conduct in the south china sea. The east china sea hong kong the himalayan border with india. And of course. Taiwan fifteen chinese planes were detected flying into taiwan southwest air defense identification zone or on sunday taiwan's ministry of national defense said sunday's incursion involved twelve fighter jets to anti-submarine aircraft and reconnaissance plane. This comes less than twenty four hours. After the people's liberation army air force flew thirteen combat aircraft including chinese bomber planes capable of carrying nuclear weapons into the same region that was from the south korean english language. Every rung account of china's recent intimidation of the lovely liberal democracy of nearly twenty four million people. now one of my guest today has warned the australian defence department. Beijing is highly likely to attempt to take over taiwan using all means short of war as early as twenty. Twenty four ponder that a chinese takeover of taiwan by twenty twenty four. Linda jacobson is the specialist who delivered this assessment to the morrison government. A few months ago linder is founding director and deputy chair of china matters and she joins us from finland. Hello linda welcome back to between the lines. Thank you for having me again. Tom and joining us in sydney. Is natasha qassam. A research fellow at the low institute by the natasha. Thanks for having me tom now. Linda recently published. China matter explores policy brief. Summarize succinctly or faces tom. We've been talking for a long time. That taiwan is possibly explosive issue in our region. I'm saying it again now. Because the president xi jinping has made it clear that contrary to his predecessors he does not think we can leave the unresolved political status of taiwan to future generations. He wants to see movement towards what the chinese say reunification of the mainland and taiwan during his lifetime. That's the first point. The second one is that as of late. Probably because of some of the recent events which you alluded to among others the pfc's actions in hong kong. There's been a lot of talk of war of outright military conflict between taiwan and the pfc. I think these media reports have the problem into the wrong perspective. I think it is unlikely that we will see outright war over taiwan's future but we are very likely to see beijing making a move which is a protractive extensive intensive campaign of pressure using all means short of war to bring the taiwanese political leadership to its knees and agree to negotiate nothing more without preconditions taiwanese leadership has already said they will negotiate. But the pfc wants to negotiate on the basis that there is only one china in other words in negotiations have to end in some sort of agreement about unification so that's in a nutshell is what the policy brief argues. We should appear for this kind of extensive intensive pressure campaign using all means short of a case. i'm not. She heard linda's assessment. There of the chinese threat to taiwan china's military invasion of taiwan's unlikely. Highly unlikely so expect by gene to launch a step by step coercion of taiwan using all main short of war to force taiwan's latest into negotiations to etc unification natasha. What's your response. I'm inclined to agree with linda that this kind of phased coercion with many policy measures that china can easily scale up is the most likely scenario are and we can already see that happening. We can already see china attempting to launch multiple cyber attacks in taiwan to economically co west taiwan to try to put pressure intensive media coverage and even to infiltrate some of those local level groups to try to tan politics in a different way in taiwan. All these measures today have been relatively unsuccessful. China made it very clear that they wa against the current president citing win and that they were going to punish the taiwanese for her. These kinds of measures only encouraged the taiwanese people the vast majority of which do not want to be a part of china to turn out in support and fight to when last year. And at the same time we've also seen the country really come together during this covid nineteen pandemic and we've seen a really incredible of trust in institutions and in that democratic system of government. In a way that perhaps we haven't seen in other countries so i'm inclined to agree with these being the right measures but on the other hand i would say that the military option very much remains on the table not perhaps in the short term but from china's the incredible buildup of the people's liberation army that we've seen over the past decade has very much been directed at a potential taiwan
Marshall Cassidy, longtime horse racing caller, dies at 75 in New York home
"That's a great day of racing around the country and one person who has certainly left his mark on thoroughbred racing is now the left. This world passing away on sunday at the age of seventy five is longtime naira announcer marshall cassidy who served as the new york racing association race caller from nineteen seventy nine. The nineteen ninety. Kurt naira announcer john. Embryo will be the first to tell you that. Marshall had a huge influence on his career and he now joins me to remember. Marshall cassidy johnny. Thanks for taking a little time. Appreciate it now. Good morning my concern. It's now my pleasure to be with you and Which was under different circumstances which we were talking about Marshall while you know while he was still with us but certainly some some great memories going back and what an influence was on me and what a mentor. he was I can just tell you that if it wasn't for him Wherever i've gotten It wouldn't have happened. He spent time with me. He was generous. He was Always there and I couldn't have asked for somebody better to have in the booth when i first arrived at him to To get me through those early years. I talked earlier. Johnny that the the only time i had the chance to speak with marshall was back in two thousand sixteen I called him to ask him to join me on this program and he answered the phone with that distinctive voice and that delivery that only marshall cassidy had and and i was blown away. I will never forget that. Phone call. And i'll never forget the interview. We did on travers morning with him. It was it was one of the more special things. I've been part of in my radio. Career yeah that hasn't had voice will be with us forever with the with the race goals that we have a of his and You know and that's just the way he was. I mean when he set holo he said low you know like that. I'm not even gonna try to imitate them. Leave a fight or anthony or somebody like that but You know he. He was extremely polite. Man and I guess you could almost kind of form. I mean But certainly no-one no-one more accurate than marshall And i thought about a few things this week you know after. He passed that boy. He wasn't shy about colin photo. Finishes i'll tell you that he was extremely even if accurate in that as well as as as well as the race calls in. I'm not sure if If your audience if all of them are completely aware of one thing that he did in nineteen eighty with the with the olympics. You know about that one mike. He told that story when he joined me in two thousand sixteen. But but go ahead johnny. Yeah it was the actually the the famous game. The do you believe in miracles. Yes the al. Michaels game was actually friday night. The the game for the gold medal was on sunday afternoon. I'm gonna sit around. Three o'clock don't really remember and in the middle of the call whatever race it might have been marshall says and the us wins the gold and then he went back to the coles how and on the tv was behind him so he had to turn around. Look and see that that was officially game. United states beat finland and and And he and he put that in the coal. And i think everyone knows of the of New york's easy goer winning the belmont stakes. I mean that's probably is most notable call and the other thing about mike was that you know he was there at a time and he had a frank dwyer was his backup. I call some racist for him. You know what every woman when he didn't take a lot of days off. I'll tell you that it wasn't like you know. Some guys in the winter went to florida grocery more took time off or whatever. I don't remember him taking a lot of time off so he had a voice to burn. I'll tell you he really. He really had a voice that just they were like. I said those are the days we were running six days a week. A lot and boy he was he was always there. He was always there with his trademark calls.
Marshall Cassidy, longtime horse racing caller, dies at 75
"One person who has certainly left his mark on thoroughbred racing is now the left. This world passing away on sunday at the age of seventy five is longtime naira announcer marshall cassidy who served as the new york racing association race caller from nineteen seventy nine. The nineteen ninety. Kurt naira announcer john. Embryo will be the first to tell you that. Marshall had a huge influence on his career and he now joins me to remember. Marshall cassidy johnny. Thanks for taking a little time. Appreciate it good morning my concern. It's now my pleasure to be with you and Which was under different circumstances which we were talking about Marshall while you know while he was still with us but certainly some some great memories going back and what an influence was on me and what a mentor. he was I can just tell you that if it wasn't for him Wherever i've gotten It wouldn't have happened. He spent time with me. He was generous. He was He was always there and I couldn't have asked for somebody better to have in the booth when i first arrived at him to To get me through those early years. I talked earlier. Johnny that the the only time i had the chance to speak with marshall was back in two thousand sixteen I called him to ask him to join me on this program and he answered the phone with that distinctive voice and that delivery that only marshall cassidy had and and i was blown away. I will never forget that. Phone call. And i'll never forget the interview. He did on travers morning with him. It was it was one of the more special things. I've been part of in my radio. Career yeah that has had voice will be with us forever with the with the race goals that we have a of his and You know and that's just the way he was. I mean when he set holo he said hello you know like that. I'm not even gonna try to imitate them. Leave a frank anthony or somebody like that but You know he. He was extremely polite. Man and I guess you could almost kind of form. I mean But certainly no-one no-one more accurate than marshall And i thought about a few things this week you know after. He passed that boy. He wasn't shy about colin photo. Finishes i'll tell you that. He was extremely extremely accurate in that as well as as as well as the race calls in. I'm not sure if If your audience if all of them are completely aware of one thing that he did in nineteen eighty with the with the olympics. You know about that one mike. He told that story when he joined me in two thousand sixteen. But but go ahead johnny. Yeah it was the actually the the famous game. The do you believe in miracles. Yes the al. Michaels game was actually friday night. The the game for the gold medal was on sunday afternoon. I'm gonna sit around. Three o'clock don't really remember. And in the middle of the call whatever race it might have been marshall says and the us wins the gold and then he went back to the coals and time. The tv was behind him so he had to turn around. Look and see that that officially game united states beat finland and and And he and he put that in the coal. And i think everyone knows of the of New york easy goer winning the belmont stakes. I mean that's probably is most notable call and the other thing i've thought about mike was that you know he was there at a time and he had a frank dwyer was his backup. I call some racist for them. You know what every woman when he didn't take a lot of days off. I'll tell you that it wasn't like you know. Some guys in the winter went to florida grocery more took time off or whatever. I don't remember him taking a lot of time off so he had a voice to burn. I'll tell you he really. He really had a voice that just they were like. I said those are the days we were running six days a week. A lot and boy he was he was always there. He was always there with his trademark calls.
Estonia's first female PM sworn in as new government takes power
"Let's then continue to estonia. That has become the only country in the world with women serving both fest prime minister and president. The country's new government was sworn in earlier today. Officially making connel's the country's first female prime minister the previous government had to resign due to a corruption scandal. God relief cassini policy fellow at the european council on foreign relations wasn't to surprise that estonia goes new female leader. Let's hear what she had to say. Stone years to wherever always has been gender equality. Women have always worked as hard as men things with worried. People have always been such things but the united states men and women rob divide. I mean when i grow up increase of soviet was the big thing and dealing with that men and women were same. So i didn't see. That's a such a big breakthrough but of course i mean normally it is because it hasn't had that sort of thing earlier but i think it happened naturally because many of resumed women on the top of reform party. They are close associates of of kaya colossus. So it wasn't like set thick just because they were. We mean the patriots. Your pirates places. Politics code released mr union herself there denny on what does it tell us about a country if it has a female leader. I take what Qadri leak said there in that clip to heart where she talked about the fact that it's for people in estonia. They met understand a little something about equality or might look at their society where we there is a bit more equality but i think the symbol of having the leader being a woman is very important for any country and for the rest of the world to see. It does mark a step forward. I think calvi say looking at good press from different countries around the world from from new zealand. And beyond what's happened in the united states last week with comma harris. It's an important step. And i think it's it's good especially in this time where i worry about a little bit of backsliding on on equality and things really good Newspaper reports in the global mail in canada over the weekend illustrating What sort of The not the political sphere. But what the business sphere has looked like and and what has changed throughout the pandemic. and the there's really been some backsliding on equality in boardrooms and the c. suite level for businesses across the country. Where it's even more male dominated. So i think in the political sphere is quite important as well to see this and i think it is a step forward. It's it's it's real simple to not only the eu partners but people around the world that especially Miskelly she's a young woman as well so i think that is important for For the country and for the projects that they'll want to work on in the u. It's knowing that estonian. I was to female leader still does change the way you see the country. Can i just say great pronunciation. I take outs from the proximity between estonia and finland. You're probably the only person on the show getting that right The language is very similar. Quick question for you. Marcus to turn on you they are. We can't quite understand each other. Words have different meanings because those two languages separated thousands of years ago. But you can get a clue what i'm reading estonian. Newspapers don't always need many translate sometimes make sense in phoenix too. I mean i mean talking about estonia. I think it's just interesting. Look it's tiny nation of about one point three million people of course paul of the soviet union in the post. I think it will. It will make people turn their heads a little bit and wanted to know About a year. And it's you know it's been a country that perhaps people didn't not about until fairly recently but it's been doing a very interesting things it's oversee really tried to give it up to be open to Entrepreneurship of recent kind of quoting itself. the digital nation and and pioneering. This this thing could e residency which is basically allowing people easy access online. Things like banking and payment processing and taxation. So it's been very forward looking in that regard also in terms of Mobility in public transport. And things like that. So i think this will cement ready the fact that you do now have both the prime minister president who women just really We'll be good for for the. Brian will be good for. So powell will go online but those things i mentioned as well thinking. This is a progressive interesting european nation a. And maybe make people onto no more done not agree with us to this can be a boost. I soft power. You work with our business program the entrepreneurs and it mentioned residency for example. How estonia's trying to attract new talent do think this this indeed. The that's people read news at lies about estonian having to female leaders and they kind of want to know more about that country one hundred percent i think people will be watching this closely and thinking about what it means for their next move or opportunity perhaps a thinking of talon perhaps as a as a new berlin of course you create a welcoming environments and wait to see if people will arrive. I think back actually to a good conversation. I had with the founder of a company called your baticle which is based out of estonia and we had this exact conversation about how sort of a small nation like that can make itself attractive on the world stage for people to come. Obviously you pointed out the e passport there and the potential to to have people on there is it would be very attractive for someone working remotely of course for for perhaps a bigger multinational company based somewhere else For its quality of life. Great capital Close to a lot of other places and it's looking like a very vibrant startup scene. So i think you know you show people that there is a welcoming environment in a social sense. And it can do wonders marcus. I really think until a really help. The country selling itself abroad
Superpowering Teams with Ilkka Paananen
"I've been so excited to do this with you for two reasons one. I've been spending so much time thinking about in in kobe. Playing video games with myself and my young son. I think a great way to begin. This conversation is with one of my favorite lines of yours. Which is that you want. Said i am the least powerful. Ceo in the world. I love this concept because it'll introduce the idea of culture teams and people that we're going to spend most of our time talking about which may send a little strange for a video game company. But i think it's amazing and critical. So what did you mean by this line. Why did you say that. What does it mean to super cells. Culture i thanks so much for having me better. I think some are behold point. The ball trays that the more decisions that the snake and i make the better in an ideal were like if i five no decisions then but would make me. I guess is far full. Co the whole idea about supercell on what is at the core of our culture is this idea is small and independent themes that equal cells and these independent gained things sacred inside supercell way to think about them think about smaller start ups bidding raider company. That's why we think about them. I'd love to go back before super cell. Because i think your career up until that point helped inform you in how to build supercell with less focus on command and control and more focused on decentralized trust and i think our lessons today will be applicable across creative pursuits and industries. Not just in gaming what were you doing. Prior to founding supercell and what lessons that you learned or were taught by your experience before this business. I need to go back to the year. Two thousand so. I will still a student at helsinki university of technology. I had a business major vote on my actually like in my early of my studies for some reason. My dream job was to become either a management consultant. Thouray investment banker simply. Because because everybody else in my cloth wanted to catch and so deny then at some point in my studies. I was really interested in about entrepreneurship. And i started to think. Well this would be really cool. You know trying to build your own sing with a group of great people. And then i just looked like super lucky. I happened to bump into this group of people who wanted to found a company and it had to big games company on earlier. Especially in my dna cheers. I had to be a massive game. Iran still played a little gains. And then these guys may creating afford to pay any salary on threes and there was nobody else will what's gonna applying to join them although us nevil gains and they needed somebody else to do everything else and i was probably the only applicant assay and then i got the job done. I didn't get any pay funny. Anything is these guys for that. Okay you gotta do all the sales for us than me to give you like a proper titles and the people would actually like to see you. I guess they didn't know what to call me seven. They decided to call me the ceo. And i think. I was twenty two years of age and absolutely no idea what i was doing at never had a proper job except on summer. Jobs are my parents. They probably never had a proper job. Because all i've done. I've been ceo gaming companies. But anyway that's how they're going to start it. I know i had no idea what we were doing. Learnt by ewing an end eventually managed to graduate some there in bethany. and so. that's how we're gonna start in the thousand so set up a games company on funnily enough Ballgames the time if you recall those days assistant feature phones but they're coming to markets mostly from manufacturers like nokia for example of course based here in finland and of course never snow app stores. Nothing like you would need to distribute this job based gangs through. Carriers was very different at that time. But that's how book started. He founded the company almost exactly at the finding the dot com bubble burst onto members financing available so we basically like financed it bites doing work for hire work and then on the side be developed our own. Ip and our own games. I think miller able cut deals with most of the european carriers in big some of the us based carriers and then a massive amount of these jobs based phone scam the market and actually make some money on the company started to grow and back in two thousand four. We sold our company to company each chocolate. Which will say followed. By game industry legend strip wilkinson funded by sequoia on inclined burke in on the joined forces to them and then over time. The company grew to like four hundred people so relatively sizable game. Developers confident. I would call that down. Nba in guessing entrepreneurship and management learned. Lots of lessons. What were the key lessons that you learn positive and negative all combine the time at both digital chocolate and your company that was acquired by digital chocolate. What were the things that it installed in you that you brought with you into super cell and what were some other things that you reacted to a reacted against when the about how supercell would run as a company that they could've kept and what i learned that all domestic. It's all about the people and digital chocolate. I was very lucky to berkeley luck. Such amazing people. I kinda fought at those times that we are going to like had the best strategy the best plans the best processes in place and digital chocolate and mostly because of my doing so sexy quite a sort of a structured and also when it comes to innovation so we had pros almost forever thing if you off me like okay. How digital chocolate. Think about new games development tenure like a slight dick flex sixty slides expense. Exactly things for and they had all kinds of prose essays fall like how do they green like games the almost full we are myself and mike on leadership team over. There had a crystal ball as he kind of knew the best declare. Send a cornerstone. Humorous won't and then they put together like all kinds of control mechanisms to make sure that the company x. develops products and gains the direction. But then all of the years. I realized that there are a lot of negatives above this type of way of thinking. Because isn't the great the best creative people in the world. They don't get the feeling of ownership and oftentimes the reality is but actually the people who are best. What is best for the game for players. Those people are actually people are building the game. It's bill leadership. The people like me. And all the years. I realized our job as leaders. They should enable people to do their work better. We'll try to control the spent so much time carring the best people in the world also digital trump anything about why on earth tried to control them by. Don't do trust them to do the best thing. One of the things that made me fully realize this at some point. I start to look back with. Okay let's look at the heat gains but our company has pulled out early sort of a coma nominate these gangs. One is that may have really amazing people and raised themes it'd behind the games but interestingly the other thing was that most of these gangs some had nothing to do with all of these fantastic pros instead had besides the usual story was just need into anything else for these guys do their sunbury their on during the corner of the office and they were just doing whatever they want to do. And there's some flying under radar so to speak and then the next thing you know. This amazing game comes out. And then i start seeing whoa that. These amazing games may come out because of me or together they come out despite the spiteful things
Surstromming: The World's Smelliest Food
"There are many foods that are considered an acquired taste foods that might not be palatable the first time you try it or something that just doesn't sit right with most people. It could be something as simple as blue cheese or something like the filipino delicacy balut which is a boiled fertilized egg with the embryos still inside sweden has its own acquired tastes delicacy which has spawned hundreds of reaction videos and caused it to be banned by airlines. Learn more about sir strumming. The world smelly food on this episode of everything everywhere. Daily this episode is sponsored by audible dot com. My audiobook recommendation. Today is the almost nearly perfect people. Behind the myth of the scandinavian utopia by michael booth journalists. Michael booth has lived among the scandinavians for more than ten years and he has grown increasingly frustrated with the roast into view of this part of the world offered up by the western media in this timely audiobook. He leaves his adoptive home of denmark and embarks on a journey through all five of the nordic countries to discover who these curious tribes are the secrets of their success and most intriguing of all what they think of each other. Why are the dane. So happy despite having the highest taxes to the finns really have the best education system. Are the icelanders as fareless. They sometimes appear how the norwegian spending their fantastic oil wealth and. Why do all of them hate the swedes. you can get a free one-month trial to audible in two free audiobooks by going to audible trial dot com slash everything everywhere or by clicking on the link in the show notes the word sir strumming in swedish literally means sour fish and that is probably an understatement. More specifically sir strumming is canned fermented herring that in and of itself doesn't sound that bad. There are many fermented foods that we eat and we have no problem with them. Yogurt sauerkraut and kimchi are all fermented foods. And no-one freaks out at the idea of eating them from inflation is an ancient form of food preparation by the breakdown. Food via microorganisms like bacteria and yeast all well and good cover. There's another process of breakdown of food via micro organisms in that is called rotting serse roaming toes the line between fermentation and rotting the history of sir strumming goes back to at least the sixteenth century when we can find the first written mention of the food however the food might be very well older than that as from. It is a pretty old process. The legend of sir strumming holds that it was accidentally created by fishermen who didn't have enough salt to preserve their catch. They use less salt than normal and sold their fish to some locals and finland salt is used to inhibit microbial growth and to stop the fish from rotting. When the fishermen returned they thought the locals would be mad at them for selling them fish. That rotted instead. They love the product and wanted more of it. The fishermen tried the fish themselves and thus stroming was born today sir. Strumming is prepared. In purchasing a can while in the can the fermentation process continues fermentation results in the release of gases which means at the can will often be bulging due to high pressure inside the can the fermentation of the fish in the can result in the single most unique quality of sir strumming the smell in two thousand and two japanese study found it to be the worst smelling food in the world. The smell is so bad that it has become legendary. it's been described as rotten eggs. A dead body a dirty diaper and raw sewage but the truth is there are so few things you can really compare it to because nothing else smells quite so bad. The smell is what's made the product famous. And if it weren't for the smell it would be about as controversial as pickled herring children in sweden have been known to open a can of sir stroming school so they could get out of class. Airlines will not allow people to carry sir strumming on flights because of the high pressure in the can in the low pressure in the cabin the higher pressure differential can result in some cans rupturing spewing the smelly liquid onto the plane and. It isn't as if you can leave a plane while it's flying or open a window most famously in one thousand nine hundred one a landlord. Germany evicted attendant because they spilled a can of sir strumming in the building stairwell german laws. Make it very hard to evict people. When the eviction came to trial the landlords defense consisted of opening up a can in the courtroom. The judge have experienced the overwhelming odor ruled in favor of the landlord. If you search for sir strumming online you'll find dozens and dozens of reaction videos of people opening up the cans and trying to eat the contents. The videos mainly consists of gigging wrenching and sometimes vomiting the problem. According to the sir strumming experts is that they're eating at wrong for starters. You never want to open a canister stroming indoors for reasons which i think of established by now. Ideally you want to open the can when submerged in water that will prevent the liquid inside from spraying all over the place when it's opened alternatively you could open it while it's enclosed in a plastic bag once the liquid has been drain. You don't eat it straight from the can the herring which is put in the can. Hasn't been gutted or deboned. You need to do that. I then the traditional way of meaning it is with a swedish flat bread called tune broad along with potatoes onions and sour cream. It's usually eaten as sort of small sandwich. I've actually had the experience of trying some sir strumming and it really doesn't taste as bad as it smells ranted given that it's the worst smelling food in the world. That's a pretty low bar but it isn't bad so long as it prepared properly if you really want the full sir strumming experience. I'd have to suggest you visit the island of von in sweden's high coast. It is a center of herring fishing and it's considered. The mecca for strumming. August is considered the best season enforcers strumming. Because it's in the middle of the summer. It's also one of the best times to visit ov- on regardless the main day for eating it is the third thursday of august also known as sir strumming day. Which is the day which by royal decree you used to be able to start selling strumming. If you're there you might be able to meet ruben. Matteson who is the self proclaimed king of sir strumming. He was the person who actually served me my first serve strumming one. Is it von back in two thousand fourteen. He was involved in opening a twenty five year old. Ken of sir strumming which was found in an abandoned cabin in norway. Having been outside for a quarter century the can was quite rusted. And due to twenty five years of fermentation it was bulging a lot. The contents of the container were mostly liquid. What solid material. That did come out. Didn't really look anything. Like fish. ruben. Madsen of course aided anyhow
Stop looking at my Vastaamo
"What's up everybody. I'm justin justin. What's up who's having your back with another reach the week. This one's coming from your your home country finland here strong to say that's true. You're incest or motherland heritage heritage and this is one of those really awful onset just does not feel good in that. So this is finland and basically there's data breach and the records of thousands psychotherapy patients were compromised. Which is bad enough company. How do you say best best team. A has more finished than i am. I'm bush demo a the largest private psychotherapy center treating forty thousand. Patients doesn't say if that's like continuous overall but either way it's a lot of people and someone got in and now So some of the stuff got was leaked online. So you could probably. I'm guessing dark web. Everything but patients started getting contacted and then blackmailed. they don't pay don't pay that their information from these reports would be released which could be absolute nonsense. I think it was like two years ago. There was a breach and I got a bunch of emails for like these accounts that i must have had ten ten years prior like. Hey we have your information from this account. We know the stuff that you're into and you need to pay us five hundred dollars or we're going to release it and i was like pull the trigger. Don't care for stuff. I don't care anyways like i. I live a public life go nuts. Let's see what you can find. I would be curious to see what you actually find. And of course. They don't respond but it looked very legitimate. And there was other folks that i know because i think it was. It was through my school email and there was other folks. I know that god it and freaked out anything you think the school got popped. I think i don't know if the school got popped or it was like know they had like Maybe like an alumni email or something that had gotten picked up You know the message is pretty generic. It wasn't like you know it had no other information other than first and last name and email address. I don't even. I don't even know if it had the last name that i think about it but it was like. Hey zach this is blah from you know here and then sure enough in a week. I got another one that was like we're giving you forty eight hours before we release the information. Of course like do it. Don't wait forty hours chickens. Doing they didn't do it then. I got like literally a weekly there was like twenty four hours. I'm like come on all right. This is giving me an extension sir. We noticed that you haven't complied with our demands and we're giving you an extension of the courtesy of the dark web customer service. It's like the warranty service. The rangers get those phone calls constantly. Yeah yeah so You know who knows if it's legitimate or if it's just you know people are like i'm gonna release your i mean the but then again like what do you risk like if you feel like you've got your best state vast demo. Yeah bashed on mo version vashem domino. If you've got stuff on there that you i would hope in. Therapy are allowed to be fairly Well i think. I mean in in this case leaked tucker calls himself ransom random and ransom underscore man's running foresight. Which is already leaked therapists. Session notes from three hundred patients Some of the victims are underage. Say he's also approach he or she has approached patients demanding ransom of two hundred euros from them. Which is going to increase to five hundred dollars if they do not pay within twenty four hours and then the attackers but also reportedly demanded a four hundred and fifty thousand euros in bitcoin. Bush namo which is Interest like again like in in their ceo got fired yes to which rightfully so. Maybe i don't know i. It doesn't go into the details. Exactly how this guy release but You know to have all of those files with like a correlated with people's names and information probably means that they either didn't really have any sort of security. It was just like in a folder somewhere. Or i mean it's that's pretty egregious and it's i mean i don't know it's epa what's is there's got to be a european version of hip you know so there's probably regulatory issues that are gonna come. I mean this is. This is like the worst case scenario.
Finland latest nation to find UK virus variant
"Finland has become the latest European country to report a case of the more contagious corona virus variant first identified in Britain health officials say that a Finnish citizen who'd recently arrived from Britain for Christmas holiday was diagnosed with the new covert nineteen variants in the southeast region over the weekend the person's recent connections were traced his family members have been isolated Finnish health officials say they believe the violence hasn't spread further authorities have arch all those who arrived from Britain since the seventh of December to get the corona virus test last week Finan halted all scheduled flights with Britain until early January I'm Sarah Shockey
The State of Agile With Vasco Duarte, Ryan Ripley, and Chris Williams
"One of the questions that came up. I is you know. Let's let's start angry. What pisses us off about. The current state of agile as we experience it daily today. I'm pissed off. And i'm not taking it anymore. I guess i'll i'll jump in here. I've you know todd. And i have been talking a lot lately about we. We've been working with a lot of companies who have been sold. These million dollar multimillion dollar transformations And you know people are slapping different frameworks and different methodologies on top of really deep rooted cultural issues and they're not getting anywhere and at once the money runs out the consultants go away and they're not better off and really tired of watching that play out over and over and over again It's just turned into this big money. Grab where big box consulting firms just slap a bunch of consultants and and others into place. They clear their bench charge as much as they can. They don't really do anything. And then leave and it just That is just perpetuated and over and over again. It leaves a just makes everything more difficult you know. I'm more than happy to come in and clean up and try to teach professional scrum and help companies kind of undo the damage of these big box consultants. But it's like oh. Can we just skip that step in and really learn how to work in new ways and i don't know what do you guys think so. I see the same happening Looking back. I saw the same happening in finland. Let's say late. Two thousand two thousand eight two thousand nine. We heard through the grapevine that accenture have created a natural practice and they had a two hundred page manual and then of course. I was working with At that time two thousand eight dollars working with the one of the first safe adoptions. It was called achard released train at that time. A rt which i thought was kind of a cool art right because his own about art. There's no science to working with people. It's all about leaving the moment understanding. What's going on and reacting and then of course failing but learning quickly and then adjusting right and if i think what what ryan is said and turn the to all the way up to eleven. I would say that we have lost our way we were talking about. The ryan was talking about bringing kanban back to its origins simply fight. Well i would like to remind everybody that this whole atul think did not start with -scriminate. Didn't start with condon either. It started with the small talk community. Doing what they called at that time. Extreme programming xp and if we go all the way back to the roots extreme programming was taking the best practices and just turning it all the way up to eleven. We hear a lot about how safe doesn't have a customer in the big picture. And so on juno that. Xp had a practice called customer in the room so every team had a customer literally. That's what they called it. The customer that told them whether they were going in the right direction. So if i go to what pisses me off is that we're forgetting what it was that we started back in the late nineties. Early two thousands. And i'm not talking about technical practices. We've forgotten those very much. That's for sure. But i'm talking about everything else. Even the the whole idea of what agile is about agile is not about delivering more crap faster. It's about delivering less but delivering what matters about focusing on value. It's about iterating quickly and so the theme in in my presence here on this episode is gonna be you know. How do we turn at all the way up to eleven. Just like expedia back in the in the late ninety s. I liked that. I feel that this thing about who buys the most agile right now. It's either banks or insurance. Companies tend to have the biggest budgets to put out jalen play and so they're of a certain size by their nature if you look at the startup community if you look at small enterprise small medium business if you look beyond tech and you look at how companies are are are pivoting and adapting now during covid nineteen. I still see a lot of really good. Agile really customer focused agile. They get it because they have to. They're hungry. It's easy when you go around a small business to see the customer desire to say. How do we want our customers to feel. That question is present in everybody's mind. We want customers to feel cared for special part of something good. We want them to have not features. Stop talking about features and buttons do but what capabilities we give them and again. I prefer to talk about that. In terms of feelings customers feel safe. Customers feel tend to cared for whereas the minute you bring into a large scale environment. Things start getting compromise. Things get lost in translation as we try to make this work at scale.
Reindeer deaths in the Arctic linked to erratic weather
"Do not survive on. The carrots left out by excited children on christmas eve. During winter in the arctic reindeer lichens and plants. They find beneath the snow but a radic winter weather can make it hard for them to get to their food. We might get a snowfall in october but then it will rain and then it will freeze and then it might snow again. And then it might rain again and then freezing and even the liking and other winter fodder will be encased in ice. that's bruce ford to the university of lapland. In finland he says this alternating rain and snow is not unusual but as the climate warms. What's new is the intensity of the rain. The extent of the area over which it heavily and then the sickness and impenetrability of the ice crust. If the ice is very thick reindeer cannot break through it to reach their food so they can starve. We're talking tens of thousands of animals starving in individual events many indigenous herders. The arctic depend on reindeer for their livelihood so the losses are devastating for the animals and human communities to
Better heart health scores in midlife linked to lower risk of late-life dementia
"Research suggests early behaviors could help prevent brain disease later in life Is CBS Is Naomi Rockem, Taking care of your heart could lower the odds of developing dementia study in Finland looked at behaviors for cardiovascular health in mid life. Including smoking and exercise. The patients with better scores had a lower risk of dementia later in life. Longest term study involved more than 1400 adults.
PM: Sweden's health officials misjudged new infection wave
"Though sweden's covid cases dropped drastically over the summer the country head still become somewhat of an international pariah some of its closest allies the other nordic countries turn their backs on the swedish experiment. This swedes didn't think it was necessary to have strict border. Controls and the. Swedes didn't think it was necessary to institute lockdown and that basically forced all the other governments of their neighbors to close borders with sweden it went to the extend that norway actually deployed the army to the borders with sweden which is really unprepared to deploy the army to help guard the borders to prevent plumbers stein crossings. And that's pretty astonishing for that part of the world. I mean one official in finland told me that they don't see sweden as a black sheep but they think of sweden as a different sheep. You know in this a polite way of saying they are. They are no really doing what we think needs to be done. When did swedish officials realized that they weren't doing what needed to be done. Tober numbers started going up again in sweden especially in stockholm and i think by november. They had a pretty pretty steep rise in infections. In hospitals started filling up again and the more started swelling. I spoke to the head of the stockholm hospitals for my article and he was very very worried. He you know. Swedes are pretty low. Key in the use of active but he said it was a very very serious situation. He said that hospitals were filling up. He said that people were dying. At an increasing rate. And he said that the growth was still at a level which was not really sustainable. The streets of sweden's capital or quiet. A second wave of covert is sweeping through stockholm. It didn't escape as authorities predicted. It would so in november. The swedish government changed course implementing restrictions. The rest of europe has had in place for months in a rare televised speech. Prime minister stephan lovin addressed. The people of sweden say on auto would some he basically said uh little. We got this. Summer and autumn is truly over people's health and lives are still endanger the dangerous increasing then the prefix undersold moreno hurston evac ed november man. This'll hell sodhi if food fall on the fodder forum burqa. He asked people to stay at home. He asked people to not engage in interactions. If there are necessary in order to reduce the spread of the virus and he served painted a very very bleak picture of the reality of swin new job. You dad two summers. I what they now have is a ban on all gatherings of eighth people in public. Which essentially meant that cinemas theatres and other such venues had to close down. Many of them did and they also banned sales of alcohol after ten o'clock so that means bars. We'll have to close around ten o'clock. What has dr technol- and the health said about these measures. Well that's interesting. you see. The measures the restrictive measures at the end of november were announced by the government not by the healthcare agency and when you go on their website and when you read their guidelines they explain outline the guidelines and then they say it was political bodies that made these decisions so i think there is a sense. That healthcare agency has been Overridden by the politician's a little bit because that restriction to ban gatherings of over eight people was not something they proposed initially but swedish health officials are still going against scientific consensus in another way. They're actively discouraging. The use of masks in public spaces homes. Nobody wears a mask except for individuals. Who want to to this very day. The public health agency and dr technol- chief epidemiologist are advising against wearing masks. Their rationale is if you wear a mask. You may not stick the social distancing rules and that's dangerous because the mosque not protect you. And the social distancing will so it's better to keep your distance you stay away from a person in a public space rather than you wear masks and you come close to them. What do all of these new measures mean for the swedish economy. The overall swedish economy is not doing great this year like everyone else. I mean the estimates of the central bank are that by early next year. Unemployment will go up to ten percent. That's quite a lot for sweden. So you know. The swedish economy is not doing well by any measure and certainly not doing better than comparable countries that did have lockdowns especially not in the neighborhood. If you look at norway finland and denmark. They are not doing worse than sweden. Why do you think the swedish experiment failed. And what do you think it says about balancing personal freedoms with health it's important to preserve freedom and keep the economy going. But you have to have a plan. You have to have targeted measures. Then you have to keep a handle on the virus and think. Sweden failed to do that. Sweden failed to institute the initial serve circuit breaker lockdown in the beginning then twin failed to really improve. Its contact tracing in testing systems. And they didn't really device targeted measures. That would be able to keep this disease in check. And ultimately there is no actual zero-some game in terms of either you be virus or be economy. I think when you let the virus run amok economy will crash. There is no example whatsoever that i can think of and i've been reporting about this for ten months now over country that let the virus loose and savings economy. That just didn't happen anywhere in the world.
"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast
"Afford countries have a choice for wrongdoings of the past norway. And sweden norway's evangelical lutheran church apologized in nineteen ninety seven followed by norwich king harald v the same year sweden quickly followed in finland. Up of diocese of all somewhat solemnly apologized on his own behalf in february the lawson twelve finish government still hasn't apologized are ratified the ilo one sixty nine. Thank you for listening. We have new review. Its from united states by movements forever at goes. This podcast has been a fun way to connect with my finnish heritage and learn history it is funny and engaging and the narrator voice is honestly so beautiful and soothing its bid like history class s are definitely gitta. Listen well thank you woman forever. To be honest. I had to google. As mr and. that's a huge brace. I'm all for anything that relaxes be. Meditation must ask. Oh this podcast. We have email also format from uk. Matt writes. hey. I pulled across the podcast last night as i was on my twenty mile. Run thank you so much for all the work. You have put in the podcast. Although i have only listened to three episodes so far they have been really good. Steady calm introduction to the history of finland. It is clear that you have good research and you explain it in a good way using light humor to keep the listener engaged it. I read back like this. That finally got me back to the podcast. So i'm especially grateful for this next. I will continue with the chronological narrative with wikileaks. Before long we will come back to the minorities and we will at least look at romani. England's and swedish speaking population of finland. Let's hope the next episode wasn't take six months produce bought cyberpunk twenty. Seventy seven is almost upon us so no promises till next time..
"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast
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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast
"Nine wards for depicting shapes of mountains and hills forty four box and marches and so on speaking of india's which are usually associated with sami. Reindeer herding is pretty modern part of psalm. Extensive reindeer hurting began in sixty. Hundreds us result of colonization before that reindeer's where tamed to be used as draft and pack animals. But with randy hurrying came the change of lifestyle now it was full time job and large the herds guard them and travel with the heard when lichen which station decreased in the summer to hurt headed to the coastal in the north to escape the onslaught of mosquitoes and then headed back to the forest areas. In autumn where the snow softer and trees gave protection from blasting winds there is until emerging states began growing splitting. The seed us see is another old sawmill. Language watered meaning orgin that is controlled by multiple core. families families. live off these lands and the lands are negotiated between the principles of the families in the village meetings like mentioned before herding reindeer required a connection to the sea and saw me hat settled routes that they used first dividers of land where norway and principality of novgorod that divided northern part of the fender scandia. Oster a common area in twelve fifty one and thirteen twenty six from then on saami lands were divided by different rulers. For centuries states pecan to cover their northerns bs influence in fixed parts of their nations. Their means christiaan mission icing social control an colonizers shrinking lance the expense of saami settlement area was greatest. From around. first to eleventh century ce. Somma lived from lake ladoga the arctic ocean on from the central scandinavia through the white sea. That means that immortal. Finland only southwestern on southern coast lacked saami settlements dormitories goals. We not chump to bates more modern history. We could take a look of something. That finland is famous today. Schooling in nineteen sixty s many saw me experiencing modernization rejected their meanness adopted. Majority populations ideas. There are many positive ideas that can't be said about finish education system but this part is one of its ugliest. Some that's wanted to educate their children and nfl thought to prosper. In modern life day had to erupt finished way of life so to that children were sent to centralized schools from nineteen forties to nineteen sixties. Kits went to schools hundreds of kilometres over one hundred miles away from home. Younger pupils might go home for weekends but the older ones might go home just two times a year for christmas.
"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast
"Most important subjects recovered so far. So let's hope. I don f up okay. History of some the ward saw me is fairly new one. It came to us in the early nineteen hundreds in written literature in the minority languages. The term sap minhas saw me people in saami begun appearing after asami became literate and started writing this summer award derives from an h. Or feed north korean war fro which the finnish name for ourselves as a cultural group so miladin also derives saami people are indigenous people of finland. Also the only ethnic group in the european union to be recognized as an indigenous people and like other minorities in so many other countries. There is helping trampled for hundreds of years. Lap is a derogatory term of sammy. I not to be confused with elaborate. Netto which is a person living in the province of lapland in finland whether they are asami offense saami live in four countries norway sweden finland and russia because populism being in norway forty to fifty thousand on how ten thousand saw me national day of psalm is celebrated in all countries on six offer brewery in remembrance of the first nordic saga convention nineteen seventeen saw languages belonged at the fina agrarian language family so it is related to finish not scandinavian languages. There are nine seven languages and three of them are spoken in finland language. Also divide them in. Three groups are not skuld and by far the biggest group. North saw modern estimate. Is that vince. Answer army spoke the same language. Still around two thousand years ago. Language of clothing clothing is important for some and saw people can tell by close is going and crashes off each other's area an from subtle differences even their home village and family talking about glows mega man. Language in general is diverse. And you can tell a lot of any language by what fields of said. Language have especially rich were capillaries in saw me that each of wards come apparent in the topics of nature and reindeer for example. It has over five hundred. Different words relating to reindeer take be differentiated by color h. And antler shape or nature. Honda and.
Tomi Bjrck's Favorite Dishes
"My name is tommy bureauc-. I'm a chef. The restaurant industry twenty five years open up restaurants in sweden finland and australia about thirty in mine restaurants and now concentrating. On to restaurants in helsinki with lily and bone numb at home. I love to a little boys. So i'm not cooking too much at home. That's why everyone is laughing. Oh you'll want is getting all that food at home. No no no. No no no. No restaurant chefs watt. They never get the great food only in the restaurant. So i'll have to do some sundays sunday. Also peanut style source. And it's pretty simple. You need like lemongrass me. Be chilly peanuts and coconut cream. And then you need a salt in it from the source or soy sauce and tiny palm suge and then fresh peanut and coconut cream but the base pretty easy. You go hof peanuts off. Coconut on cream. And then you had all sold aromatics tony chilly and suge. So all the main gradings when you've do seasoning for anything else anyways so it's pretty simple to spoil it up i'm voted in a blender and Beautiful ready to go. I love it with a big chickens. Like butterfly big choco barbecued all. It works pretty much. We david mark tried actually other son. He loves salmon. Like i don't know probably because we don't use to in sydney saw at the moment finland is just fell in love with salmon so it works even with the salmon. Proms chicken pencils likes charcoal barbecue. Flavor
How Plants Fight Disease
"The microbial world and to my listeners. Probably the most. Famous interactions are the mike arousal associations or maybe some of the bacteria that form in the knowledgeable lls and help fix nitrogen but there is a wide spectrum. Oftentimes pathogenic interactions between plants and microbes. So what made you go sort of the pathogenic or at least like disease route with them. Tie back to where. I kind of realized that when they get sick they actually died and when they died. Then there's less moves go around the world that means prices will go up and that means people that are less fortunate probably not gonna be able to bottles plants or bottles products eventually and it just kind of tie back to where i wanted to katina help others. So it's still tana original passionate helping others. i'm just doing it at a bigger in a much broader implant. That's really cool. Yeah and thinking about sort of all of the threats we face with climate change and just habitat loss. And you know everything. We're going through society right now. Understanding how plants are going to either survive. Stressed out or die has huge impacts across the board whether you're an ecologist worried about conservation or the idea of like food security and just getting people with their right to have access to good food. All of this can tie back to plants on some level and really that stressor. It's not like they're all just gonna fry because it's too hot out a lotta times. They're getting stressed and dealing with a lot of other stuff. Which is where your research. A lot of your research comes in so you mentioned They have similar ways of fighting disease but not exactly because their plants. They're not animals and so let's think about how plants interact with microbes. Do plants have and immune system on a broad spectrum. Is it anything akin to like what we have so. Am i get some backlash for this. But i go hanley. Okay always been. That's always been this debate whether plants have immune system and i some people like to use it I don't like it at all. Okay just put a bad. That they don't have white blood cells. They don't have antibodies. They don't have this like adaptive immunity like we do. I don't really consider that as amused. Glance what. I like to call that. Halfway is planning needs. So they have immunity something. They have components that they made themselves the fan against grows okay but they don't really have that adaptive like components that you will call an immune system so i think If we want to go down with differences so plants and humans One thing they do have in common is they both. Have these receptor like proteins or something that helps them to chat micros. Okay so the way. That dataset microsoft similar invoke lanson mammals. The difference with the malians is Wadis components that water similar allow these receptors are intracellular and Mammals while plans are intracellular. So they stay outside of plant sale and they perceive those microbial related is cool now thinking about all of the different sorts of microbes that can cause an issue for a plan. I mean there's bacteria viruses fungi. I mean does the response. Sort of differ depending on. What's coming in or is it. Just kind of all lumped in and sort of the mechanisms of detection might have some variants. Or where does it begin depending on. What kind of micro talking about here. And i think that's what kind of Fascinate me about this. Feel is like Depending on what the pathogen is or what motive of affection is doing like you get a totally different defense mechanism front of land. So let's say bacteria for example That's half jello. So that receptor. Or the estrogen receptor of plants dakin that said a certain points of jello or from some better and when they detect that part of on they send like a sidney lynne halfway or finland was biased. Light through the plant sales down the activate a defense response or to defend ourselves against the pathogens. So that's like the plant site first response to it But bacteria what they have evolved to do as they had these small proteins or relatively small proteins call factors and these factors what they can do. They can kind of turn off that plants. Though plans they try and go for gel on. They'll try to turn the pathway on and a bacterial cells secrete of that. There's an plant sale and l. Shut off that halfway. Jeez yeah no and that allows the bacteria to continue to invade the vet the planned sale with some cases plant sales. They of all some of these Resistant genes components which are located intra zillur so when arafat their turns off there signaling pathways. You have somebody's resistant. Genes that can detect those offenders and entered on this really robust defense response to kind of just get rid of packaging and so it's just this back and forth on race between planning micros is kinda fascinated with and i'm so glad you said the arms race analogy because that's all i was thinking of is like it's like tit for tat. Every new thing that one develops the other one kind of has two counter end to think that you know obviously there are different players nowadays but this is something that's probably been going on. Ever since plants evolved are crawled onto the land with their roots. And to think of all of the ways. This has been going on through time. It's just this constant change evolutionary pressure to just constantly be going back and forth with these potential pathogens and the ways you can fight them. That is so cool. Yeah i mean it's still kinda going still going on to this day like they're still evolving is still trump
Boston - Massachusetts’ Highest Court Gets 1st Latina Justice
"Leela Argus Wendland unanimously confirmed to a seat on the highest court in Massachusetts. With her confirmation by the governor's Council, Wendland becomes the first Latina justice on the Supreme Judicial Court. Finland has served on the state's second highest court since 2017. She is the daughter of Colombian immigrants and his engineering degrees from M I T. The University of Illinois. And a law degree from Stanford University. Confirmation comes a week after the confirmation of Kimberly but as the high court's chief justice, making her the first black woman to serve in that capacity
Rafa remains, bubble struggle and whats that hair?
"Thank you so much for those lovely words. How about this every time we told with. Somebody's favorite tennis. Podcast catherine who to thaw is almost as if we've just encouraged this and frankly that's exactly someone from newfoundland n-i-l-l-a-s only finland is i'm going to try and retrain myself to announce it that's where the good dogs come from. Is it for what good about them. They are big and cuddly and fluffy and Do you remember caesar. May he rest in. Peace martino trace lovely doke He was found. Oh well yes. Now that was a splendid dog portray if the dog world say nancy. Congratulations for being from there. yes so nancy back kicked out of thank you so much into all the others that have introduced show this week. We really appreciate it and yeah. That's why we able to do this every single day of the finals. And we've got a few more to go. Today was a funny all day. We kind of previewed. It didn't we last night as much as the afternoon. Look like a much meaning to it. There was just not meaning. Those they were dead rubbers after all posted doubles and the singles and then the evening section. We always knew is going to be a knife edge type scenario you win. You guys drew you lose. You got home like a normal tournament. Let's start there showy because rough on the dow has beaten stefan pass in three sets. It wasn't like last year's when i didn't feel i thought it was. I mean i thought the dow played really. Well i've role. But i mean obviously there's no crime but last year they played a three center in and it was just epic. Wasn't it every every point felt like a a saga this. This didn't feel that that to me what to you. Know i felt like steph sits pass could have been prepared to die out there tonight and it still wouldn't have been enough He he cannot get close to the dull serve. I know there's the anomaly of the fact that he is beaten in one song clay Madrid in one thousand nine hundred. But let's just take that out of the equation and it's possible it's possible that sits has a bit of an adult problem And one that he's not getting any closer to solving think it's more than possible. I think he has a nidal problem. And i think he's a pretty big one. It's okay to have nato problem. Nidal is really really good. You know most of the world has had an adult problem for fifteen years. But he's not getting closer. It would sing and sits up past. Thinks he's got into dow problem doesn't am and he he's i it is he having seen his press conference. We'll talk about that in a minute. I think he will be going an obsessing for the next six weeks. Ah bat how to solve his dow problem matt's you you watched it what what jumped out at you from their match or yeah if i if you've got an adult problem. You've got a bit of a men's tennis problem haven't really because nadal is always going to be. There is a constant if you can't overcome the dull you're going to struggle to win the biggest tournaments i would. I would suggest certainly at the moment for the next year or two wall dolls exactly around anyway So yes short turn. That is going to be interesting to see whether sit to pass can overcome it. I think actually on one of those ones on clay. I think he's got so much more time to return the serve and he can step back and take some swings. Maybe that actually does help him against the door. But i completely agree with what you said. Catherine he just didn't didn't get near serve really for the whole match other than a fifteen minute spell which was weird and bizarre and suddenly he broke nidal twice twice in a row three times in a row. Maybe it was a very strange portion of the match. But i guess my main takeaway was kind of comparing to team the dull because that was the match we saw most recently and it felt like team has sustained threat against nadal whereas sits pass to me felt like he was relying on little moments and flashes of when his game was on and hoping that that would be enough to get him through. I didn't i didn't see a complete game plan really from him. And i think feeds into this wider thing of him being a bit confused about how to play a dollar and therefore it just always felt to me like the dole would win that match and in the end he won that third-set pretty pretty comfortably after after a shaky start
The Australian ABC adds shows to Spotify
"Australia's largest podcast to the abc is to put twenty three of its most popular podcasts. Spotify six month trial. Abc's calf dwyer told us it's a big opportunity for the and we're really excited to reach audiences that might not find us on other platforms. If we were thinking would have recorded her saying that. Because that apparently is how podcasts work anyway in total the broadcast which is government. Funded has more than one hundred and seventy-five shows on monday. The total number of podcasts. In podcast hit one point six million. According to my podcast reviews in october ninety seven thousand podcast added and fourteen thousand removed from apple's directory. As spotify apparently investigates podcast subscriptions luminary is moving into their home country. It's now available in sweden as well as denmark norway and finland for ninety-nine crowns or nine one thousand nine a month so hedin is one of the top five countries for podcast listening according to research calling. Us and uk students. Spotify wants you. They've launched nextwave search for emerging voices. Who will shape the future of podcasting and culture. You'll get a three month trial of sound trap for storytellers. spotify online. Editing service and to take part in a virtual podcast seminar hosted by podcast jack mate. And if you're a young canadian you shouldn't feel left out either a the hot docs podcast career. Accelerator has been announced it. Offers new canadian podcasters between eight hundred and thirty four chance to grow their skills gain invaluable industry knowledge and make lifetime connections at the hot. Docs podcast festival. It's free to take part. The bbc has added incomplete statistics about their podcasts. Over the last quarter they say that data platforms other than bbc's hounds isn't available so no figures for third party global downloads for this period. Perhaps if you're a programmer report into the bbc because sans if they need you beasley media group has added its podcasts and radio stations to enter calms radio dot com platform. The broadcaster has been focused on local. Podcasting initiatives podcast movement is shared a few virtual networking sessions on their website. At a new yellow tag microphone comes complete with other bits of professionally produced audio to courtesy of audio imaging company benz town. This is p. r. Yes live from washington is. Sp are superhuman public radio. But i really understand what's going on but we were sent a press release which looks kind of super important. You'll find it links from our show notes and our newsletter today and also would like to recommend this. this is the osmania reports. My name stand barris. The ause media report looks at the media in australia and beyond i was a special guest last week. But you say this week because this week is looking at the australian radio industry instead
"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast
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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast
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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast
"To the history Phelan podcast. Episode Six microaggressions and Meadow Vientiane's migrates. Three hundred five slash four hundred to. Eight hundred. Eight hundred and twenty-five. Migration and an. Period. If this episode where a soup. We would need a few things. I, there would be the recipe. That would be how fall of the western Roman. Empire impacted the peninsula. First Line on the recipe would be. Take a huge kettle at Germany. Kings Ruins of Roman Empire. At heat and watch while Germany. Kings try to uphold the old institutions but fail. Slowly complex institutions are a class to what simple ones. At following ingredients. With a trade and cities. Pinch of completely deserted cities. Wait a while for Church to preserve the ancient literary cultural heritage it's. Taste. Right a bit longer. So sooner or later, all the kings that now ruled that ruins of the Empire converted to Christianity. Let it simmer. After Awhile, Yes hoskin Dome of the Franks had its greatest extent, ruled modern France Belgium on investor Germany. Guts southern France and most of Morris Spain. And last the ostrogoths in its early. On top of that. Britain Roman society collapse. By sent defeats the author Goethe in its Elliott and vandals in northern Africa. and. Soup is ready. Meanwhile in northern Europe opposite on merely kept rising their sheep and farm their land. With all the turmoil, unprecedented amounts of Roman gold flowed Scandinavia. Allah's not the peninsula. Thanks to politics. Although? Look didn't really reach. Finland it was affected indirectly. Migration period three, seventy five. Four hundred to. Five fifty Schloss, five, hundred and seventy-five. Besides Roman Gold Scandinavia is introduced the first small Kim dumps. And in Peninsula to. Power begins to be centered to local, peasant, elites. In southern Finland field farming becomes more popular than the burn being cultivation. Botnia at is just to her glory. Thanks to trade links with Scandinavia. By the way sometimes Finland is mixed in with the Scandinavia, but it's not. That it's another term for that, and that is famous scandia that is sometimes used comprising of the Scandinavian and call up an infamous mainland, Finland and KC. Anyway. We could start with material culture. At the end of migration period. Beginning of the Sixth Century! Southwestern. Finland had small sword and shield burial sites at different places. That suggest that there were contacts Scandinavians and they're writing parties. Parties that had already at this point. Visited regions like Danube. Maybe some left the serve the local chiefs in hopes of plunder. Whatever the case, clearly, it wasn't as successful or widespread us in Scandinavia. Where most of the gold found? There is believed to come from the soldiers returning home. Font jewelry on the other hand has eastbound tone to it. Buckles Price Let's UNNEC rings. Mostly made of copper. Lavar was were are not mentioned gold. Most of jewelry were decorated with animal ornamentation. Previously this was seen as hint of Christianity. But modern scholars lean towards shamanistic, believes and Scandinavian Moose. Let it to God Odin These types of jewelry were worn by high-ranking females. None of them are fallen from weapon craves. Now most common burial method was still the burial marks. But now the deceased where almost always cremated before very. Also there were a lot more of them than before. Burial sites in southern author Botnia seems to be more prosperous than in other places. Some of the burial monster are monumental. We're talking about diameters of ten to twenty meters. Thirty, to sixty five feet. They were also made of rocks on her details like rallying around that or eyestone bigger stone that was in the middle of the Mon-. I fond had distinguishing details in them. This is often interpreted. Preferring to special, no other identity almost based on the fines from burial months. We can tell us. That they had excess wealth. By this time Scandinavia probably hard small kingdoms, so gifting them with firs or receiving ornamental objects mart suggest off backed off loyalty. There in Caldas market and climate Kasese off five thirty S. C E. Most prominent burial aside from auster Botnia is probably Gal democracy in very. Lot of our meant that buckles bought of sores for older rings. And three Roman gold cards are found. Also sea shells from all the way from ocean. Those might have been in use indeed necklace with class pearls. From Canada McKee. Researchers have also reconstructed three D image off a teenager or Young Adult Skull Sixteen to twenty years old, so we might see what she might have looked liked. Issue to take a look website is in Finnish bought the office setting pictures. Link is in the description. I don't times that she died the climate change. In a five thirty S. Roman Historians Cossio. Daughters and PROKOPIEV's wrote in five thirty six that the sun didn't shine all desperate all warmly..
"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast
"Nineteen to twenty three feet. And have walls made of tweak trading fifth, we impose. You would then seal it with clay. Burial Habits are continue from Bronze Age with few twists. Mounds were still the preferred method, but not on the top of the Hillis waste their seaside. We used anymore instead. They would bury their dead on Chantel. Maureen slopes near happy tation farmlands automobiles. They would make smaller individual mounts. That were square. Instead of those big piles that content, several deceased. Getting Lazy Are we. More Abi Sarah Mix. GotTa. Talk About Sarah to. You might be thinking. What happened to the Q. on culture that was meant to be discussed in episode four well. I forgot all about it. So, you set on mix, most used input on edge in coastal areas, but there was also textile setbacks. I guess it would be fair to say that on ceramic evolved to two different styles, delegates or smooth. And Rough. Now. Both of these end up disappearing around eight hundred BC Bodrov version kind of connects to today's episode. Because from that evolved the ceramic style. That's a rule to pre-roman donates Finland. This new said I make was. I found from southern Finland in s ball. And sounds like it could be from Laura threes. More be. More be Sarah. Mix was used mostly in southern coastline. That cultural units is was a small farm and Finland's oldest field is fallen from Perot. It was allowed with Hook plow an concerned the evidence of barley seeds. And like mentioned the most common burial method still was using a burial Mont.. Most significant them from this period can be found from Finland proper in Sao where twenty four craves often. Also one of them had a male. That's was cremated. Another relics tat pass all the way to us are ancient castles. They were possibly made already in late Bronze Age. But now we have several of them on southwestern costs. They are located I. You would press you on top of the hills. Yet total in lethal old castle is the most famous. There is evidence of cremation on this side. Even though high heels like this. Where very untypical off the edge? So this debate at if there were defensive structures. Maybe ritual sites of some sort..
"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast
"Interesting theory is the reason that liking started to move. Population pressure. Though if that was the reason for why King Rights. is also debatable. Whatever the reason when it's got going, it went on for two or three hundred years. For Finland, we have mostly axes from from western. May Dolphin Finland an Laplante. Also. Coastal regions became more active and spread their trade network father all over Scandinavia. These access were pretty primitive. They had these boss Dave plates. You would attach the wooden shaft firmly with the courts, despite the shortcomings discarded attachment will be resilient enough. They were used for about three hundred years. Then they out how to make bread itself hollow. Attached to the shaft, they're. Much better. This was the pinnacle of engineering in Bronze Age. Used in Finland all the way to six hundred see. There were few other types of axes and all these, but not the have been found all over Finland. Sorts. Unlike axes Oh. Bronco Source Cape from the West not a single sort that would have originated from the East Not counting feud echoes. Has Been Fallen from Finland. Sorts game around the same time as axes. and. One of the earliest called Q. Elliot's sort was made in fifteen hundred so thirteen hundred BC. In southern Germany. Besides weapons south bronx items have been found. Lack necklaces price. Let's buckles, buttons and Jewelry Needles. Most bronze items were probably used and burial mounds where debt. Ido Heads West made of bones I'd rocks. Until I. Don't became more common in five hundred B C. Ceramics. Text on, said on makes came to peninsula most at the same time, a same an axis. With it! The production of best sex almost stopped. Tack. That is by station by their shape. And by the clay mixture that was used. Also and how it was named whilst a textile imprints. Like the play container were being pressed against some textile. But. This wasn't true all off the cases still the name stuck. Textile, ceramics. Summary. Feel around beginning of common, ERA! So. On five hundred BC Peron's began to be replaced by iron, both in weapons and other items such as toys. In coastal and inland areas. This man that at the end of the early metal period stone wasn't accepted as material anymore. Lima night, boss plentiful, but it took a while to learn how the process it. How for that to came from southern Scandinavia and mortar now than Estonia. Coastal regions primarily still hunted and fished. Pots animal husbandry and farming. We're getting more and more Food Hall. I don't a three hundred CE, some areas transitioning to the fixed farming. Contacts crew. Not Suspect between coastal and inland bought from coastal areas to southern Scandinavia to. Inland early missile, people had connections to east Middle Wall and even all the way to Urals. New Age had begun. For, listening. I'm so happy to announce that. The podcast just reached five hundred downloads this week. and. We have to reviews from apple podcasts that I'd like to acknowledge. Now, both of these come from states. FIRST ONE IS BY REALISTIC I happy searching for of history of Finland for years, and this one is exactly what I was looking for. I love history. And have always been interested in Finland as a people and a country. In the first few episodes, this one delivers sauce. The kind of content I've been looking for. Keep up the good work. Thank you. The next one. is by the operator. I'm a huge fan of finish history and I'm so excited at the ball this new podcast. I've been waiting for someone to a podcast about the history of Finland. And now they've finally is one of their five starters is not enough. That is really kind from both of you. Thank you so much. That's all for this week. Next. Time! We have contact with and talk about her omens. So, that should be interesting. and. Please keep those reviews coming. To lex time. CHEERIO!.
"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast
"Welcome to the history feeling podcast. Episode for. Before Omens and wikileaks. Seventeen hundred to five hundred BC. Good, day, Feel. Dos have seven. World Heritage sites. Those being the fourth of so I'm Alina. Old Rauma but the church. Around walk and board meal. Stu, till, Dedic ARC and Qucken archipelago. The seventh! That we will discuss in today's episode. So when we walk over to the Bronze Age, we find feuchy things in our peninsula. First, Introduction of metal objects. Second one is the strengthening of culture. especially burn beet cultivation. But, as the climate kept cooling down at the end of stone edge, farming was hampered. This could also be the reason why England population decreased dramatically and vast population areas were left empty. These was most clear in Lake district in eastern Finland. What also coastal regions lost population. Lapland had the best luck in Finland. It seems that they were mostly unaffected. No decrease in amount of haunting beats, all happy tation has been observed. Inland cultures were introduced to new settlements new types of hammers and. But not much else. But also was used over and over again. So readily law remains for us to find. And as before bronze aides to ask minister I make styles. But like before, we're not gonNA. Cover all of them. Is that we're going to focus on the biggest of them. Textile ceramics. Nineteen hundred to one hundred B C E. New Technologies. Natural Copper was used in Europe already in three, thousand, eight, hundred, so two, thousand five hundred BC. Ask Import. It was also in use in Finland before the actual metal edge. We don't have much. Franz items possibly do their value. They had to be imported, so you would reuse it again and again. Smelting copper required technology. That just wasn't available at the time. Later! When Irish melting was discovered? Although it's required, even hotter temperatures. And more advanced tools, Finland hat I duNno, so that's helped. But on sage early metal period. What's the difference? Costal area is said to live in prone sage, but again. The naming is in the focus here. You think the coastal region the Bronze Age. As a kind of a more advanced version of inland. They had connections to Scandinavia and influenced by them. These ideas on call to couldn't easily rates inland. So they're area is called early. That's all period. And there they keep themselves throughout the early Iron H. Until three hundred CE. Meanwhile coastal areas go from bronze. Age to Roman, Iron Age. Until four hundred C.. which we will cover on our next episode. By this time. Cost an inland converge in middle irony. Bit Confusing I know. Let's clear this out in our next episode. But we are getting ahead of ourselves. Nor Rishon. Farming spreads in coastal areas. It is possible that they were forming field in bronze and early Roman, iron niche. Bob Put off as thin. Paramedic field farming. He didn't start until migration period. Four hundred to six hundred CE. And for the most of the peninsula even later. Inland and coastal areas state like apples and oranges. Animal Husbandry started way back in the battle axe, golden era, and by this time. But owns early metal period. It brought us some of their livelihood. Nonetheless hunting, fishing and gathering state as primary wasted off Susta's. Ceiling state important even after couponing culture. Birds other useful pray. They produce different kinds of tools like fluids and their feathers use office. Their bones and feathers were used in some mixed to and their bones have been found from craves shot, chesting symbolic and spiritual value. In Austria Botnia chefs had an idea. They would take bits. Dia Meets of two are two and a half meters. Six point five to eight feet. And depth of one meter. Three point two feet. From the bottom we have evidence of call sand and burn talks. indies they most likely produced train oil. And maybe cooked meat and fish. So local. Oliver's Ramsey's tried proto mass production. Because found Pete's are in clusters. This coup seen was mostly used. In coastal areas, but some have been found from inland to. They also formed in small scale. So, it seems even the coastal areas. He didn't have typical Scandinavian culture. Where people were farming in lots of scale. And you would share the chops with people it outside of your own family. People are forming opinions Selah to bought only with their own family. And they were still moving around clearing new areas, asked they went. Living quarters. In Age population decreased almost throughout Finland. High Point of population, being maybe several thousand in middle of prone. Sites. In southern and southwestern Finland, number of different living areas diminished and so did their size. microfossils analysis, but a what evidence that humans cleared forest and pastors. And meadow plants. which were eaten by goats and sheep? There is evidence of this both in coastal areas, an inland areas. Coastal regions had connections the Scandinavian cultures. They had influenced in the housing. Sadly, only one Scandinavian longhouse has been found from risk mackey in Nakhila. Well to this one bigger on WANNA smaller. Maybe a shop or four Ch. Bigger one was seventeen by eight meters. Fifty six by twenty six feet. So he must possibly share the space with their livestock. Though it is long. It's still might have.
"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast
"Full of seal I, and in fact in return. So it is believed that Garrick was busy help for commerce. Saints it is situated by a river thron so the ocean. Orland. On is occupied archipelago in politics. Off The coast of southwest Finland. I had letters came here around five thousand busy. In the beginning of Neolithic period from southwestern Finland. The gauchos of these two places resemble each other. At first? They might have been there only periodically. But letter settling permanently. Lead IANNELLO ethic period sweets to on this could place the song faith and hunt, seals. Southwest Finland. IN EARLY NEOLITHIC PERIOD! Southwest Finland developed so-called yet Catalan group. are kind of mix back. They most likely deferred from the culture of the period because. On the other hand they had adopted. Ritual of the diseased where they lived, but still. Lived nomadic lifestyles. You have evidence of permanent settlements on tossed Joe Places. And in them, tossed two or three huts, and only one of them had hearth. Hope of our stories Preah. all-star botany. Mort region was really interesting place at the spirit. Takes so go ahead? Start from the other cultures. Later, coming to head with battleaxe culture. which we will hear more on the next episode spoiler. It involves stolen. Enclosures called giants, churches, and maybe offers conflict. Data. Culture was characterized by. Longitudinal struck slate object. Like pickaxes, access and chisels. Later in the middle period most of peninsulas. Permanent settlements are also fond from after Botnia. They at a three or four warriors of logs us a foundation in that wellings. Religious Nostra Botnia usually had around five ten huts. Eastern Finland. People in eastern Finland had a central hub conseillers consisting for three to seven hearts. On? San lapidation around. In Middle Ethic period this area saw. The birth off combs settlement culture. New Population game from east or South. East That these dried up lake, SAIMAA nature. Signs. Off Lock foundations on more said enter lifestyle. Only eastern Finland and Austria Botnia hot permanent willing at this point. Northern Finland? In North said ladder started to more back. Tomorrow nomadic lifestyle and. Living spaces are used for a shorter time than before. Letter Mineral Pilat. They mostly used around structures with light framework. Livelihood? The farm or not the far. That is the question. Coastal regions sift it mainly to aunt seal's. Inland had a seals, too, but mostly deer and Moose, and fishes like Pike and perch. Bits hunting if all to active version. Which meant that the game was driven actively towards series of pits. Sometimes kilometers long with hundreds of pits. Instead of covering test few pits on hoping the game would fall in. In also smaller groups also gather together the Hump with fancies. They would create this more cutting fences. The trap animals in larger enclosures. There hasn't been unambiguous evidence of starting date for farming. But it is dated the Stone Age. Likely to the very end of it. First. Bulletproof evidence comes from. Two, thousand, three, hundred to two thousand busy. We will call it this in more detail on our next episode. Commerce In early and Middle Atlantic Beriot. Goods to Finland mostly came by sea the Costal Rachel's. Auto and spearheads knives and number jewelry. All Stan trade these. To move unseal photos. which were warmer, better quality on prettier than those of saw their animals? Due to the caller temperature. Espresso in later Neolithic period. Running climates thought at the cooled up. Spiritual culture besides haunting, trading and hockey on kissing. What else did a people do in period? Well! People continued to make paintings. De mostly fallen from eastern Finland. In total we have around hundred or forty known rock paintings. Youngest paintings are dated to early mythology period. Shark one thousand BC. Curious detail is that I ever found rock painting was found in nineteen eleven. By Finland's Radio National Composure Sean See Palios. From bits. Eric your kid economy. Saw Them Finland. It was also the only painting phone from Finland until nineteen sixty three. Usually, painted yet walter. So shaming could enter the underworld through the water and meet. We started. People were buried more and more the crowd. Typically, the depth of thirty to fifty centimeters. They still used at ochre in graves, but now adding thinks like Klay Masks and number two Laurie. And with that we have to craft episode up. Join US on. Our next episode. What are we conclude the period and have a summary of what has happened so far on our peninsula. Remember the right under review. US ON APPLE PODCASTS. and. If you have any questions of feedback, you can find us on twitter and or email to us. On the edge. But guest! DJAMIL DOT COM. Thank you. Totta..
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"At experience. I knew that get exposed from. Follow My. Produce Healthier babies. So both reading in the next trip. It's possible that they were looking for his posters to. Currently centimeters post luckily came to the peninsula that was teeming with wildlife had thick forests and maybe. They were even able to see retreating is. That hunting trips. Of course. The coast threat up like some icy at a couple of times. It might have been still visible. Go the naked eye and majestic nonetheless. In happy dance that we speak in the early episodes. Came from an inhabited returns around Modern Day Finland. Genetically if the distinction is reasonable. Finland Palace Fins. And saw me people. Linguistically they separated around two thousand years ago. What language loss spoken before that? Is a bit hazy. Only view work someplace name survive. Modern Sabi people live in an area called south me that Colorado's northern parts of modern Norway Sweden Finland and Russia. In Ilam they are around ten thousand saw me people. Letter we have a dedicated episode to the saw A. Fun, fact Finns living invest in Finland are genetically closer to the Swedes Down the defense of eastern Finland. There are also other pick differences between Western and eastern fiend. But more on that on our next episode. At first new arrivals, students, they permanently Nuria was safe. It Scott in summertime. Return to wherever they came from four winter. They most likely move with seasons. But returning to the same isis year after year. So. That hearts needed to be portable. Only late. Domestic period do receive more permanent settlements. At which point they might have been living in the same area even throughout the year. This happened when environment stabilized. And the best hunting area started to occupied. Habitations needed could transport routes. Which meant rivers or water access? Tolls, you could use by boats. And let off keys by winter. The more parliament and tots later in acidic period, where route angler an had one or two hearts. They were doc partially the crown and where made from Wood. An had birchbark out appeared cover. So, not exactly stuck credible. Who will have bit more detailed look on the later housing from the Neolithic period on episode three. I. Don't eight thousand five hundred BC. Finland was populated by people now called so Chevy, culture. Usually, this culture is connected to several new types of tools. Like Ball, gavel and bevelled ARA heads. Know when we speak of. Cultures it somewhat. Generalize Acer. Doesn't fully capture the diversity of life. Different static. They always changing and finding ways to cope with forever changing environmental factors. Neolithic Stone Age bronze early metal age. Saddam twenty different ceremony culture in that. We are not going cross. That Rubicon uncovered all of them. Instead. We're GONNA. Keep talking about early inhabitants. And mentioned they're different cultures if it has some purpose. Show notes will provide extra information for the curiously scenarist. By thousand, three hundred BC. Southern. Finland was well known and it hot permanent settlements. Northern Lapland That's east side of northern Finland. Had to wait almost thousand years more. Unfair Laplante the western side, even longer until six, thousand eight hundred BC. At the end of the missile ethic period. Whole Finland but worry very sparsely was populated. At the end of the missile, ethic period around five thousand, two hundred BC. Tools of trade and Diet. We have some old tolls like fishing net called on. From Colinas Suck. Thousand they heartbeat. But that is rare. Mostly. We have evidence of tools like Speier's and. Spearheads Arrows where made from bones, all different kinds of stones. Bits hunting was also popular hitter in westerly thick period. At first, they were passive. Hunt artifacts on Pete's cover. Them unwitted. Thapa animal was easy to finish off. After some intense brainstorming that is covered something. Active baton think. And that too will cover episode to. Stonehenge people used a sledge and skis in the winter. The oldest sled runners off from a Tauzin busy. Summertime they will or used boats that burkhard from. All made farm animal hearts. Besides seals Dea ammos. Leeann Diet. Peninsula consisted largely from fish. But they also eight rapid beavers, foxy sumberged. Lance. Berries and mushrooms was also part of their diet. And they knew how to preserve and store them for the winter. Beliefs. animism. Shamanism Manchester watership lost the order of today. That means at the humans in a mess. Olympic period believed that the animals and plants harassed spirit. You could communicate with the spirit. Kind of the same thing, that star wars has with the forest. But without levitating objects. For example, by panting animals. And praying for good hunting lock from them. Possibly they also saw natural phenomenon. Like whether Thunder, rain US being at leaving. God Leagues. Rock formations that that I sampled human or animal forums. Served as holy places. Early Hunter gatherers buried their dead in REX. Injuries are uncrowned. They also fear the spirits and didn't want them to close so they better on the other side of currents on islands. Some. Some people buried their dead on the surface of the earth auto near the Santa. Fe's stealing the seventeenth century. Haidar. Period, people started to bury their dead on the ground. And close by.
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"And comparing it doral rest and Finland that Bayport from Kuopio Turell. On two different people. Dwellings on charter in early on. MIDDLE NEOLITHIC PERIOD If we look at the dwellings. Most of Finland in early Neolithic period still lived in lots of portable Papon's. People stay lived near waterways. Usually on channel slopes that faced south. They still moved to different places after nutrition oreos. That they preserved for winter, and that winter twelve links. Fish unwashed. Dried meat. Smoked and Betty's soured. CASE GET A. Old At leaky minke. Has One of the most fascinating realities of all Nordic countries. That I saw dating back to four thousand BC. It has about two hundred and forty distinct depressions on the crowned. Biggest of them off fifteen meters law. It is believed. The the it's was used for about sixty years. Each hot lasting ten thirty years. So, chaotic lasted a long time. At so I'm, there might be an unarmed hundred people living in chaotic. Well links were so close to each other in the area. That suggests that they had some sort of policy on them. Realty stressed leather and wore feathers a number jewelry. That riders brought from South Trade, US got both.
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"Periods being more or less artificial anyway. This is highlighted with our case. Phelan has always gone her own pats. PATS that tractor behind fest of the hope, by hundreds of years. As an example, middle eighties usually dated starting from the fall of the Roman Empire late four hundred CE. But the time period called Middle Ages started in Finland or half millennium later. On! We must take count that the coastal regions and inland developed very different. Pace. So what does that mean to us? Regal divide that periods even further so that the coastal regions go from Stone Age Bronze Age. While inland cultures call from Stone Age. Metal Age that is. Go. It's not stone edge anymore. Even though the culturally inland was by nature. Leaving in Stone Age. But. Nowhere the fact that the different cultures in different parts of Finland living in differently named periods. Donate to mean that much to us. It is enough that we know. that the coastal regions developed faster than inland. Relevant unimportant in that we will explore them in detail when we get there. So. Everyone still awake. Good. Enemies still in place. Shays started the receipt over the area. Now called Finland twelve thousand years ago, and then pitchers started to rise over the next thousands of years. I felt that is produced. Politic is lake, circa. Twelve, thousand, five, hundred, nine, thousand, six hundred BC. But this orifice of the Baltic is was higher than the also floor. On they'll fall bit four hundred tweeden on what level equalised producing y'all Dec.. Doesn't six hundred so eight thousand eight hundred BC. Dora what too much with this. We have some pictures on facebook to make the different seas and lakes more clear. Crossed begun to rise when I was in pressing it down anymore. And so Y'ALL DEC lost its connection to the ocean. That produced for us. was leg called Anglo Lake. Sure, eight, thousand, eight, hundred to seven, thousand, two hundred BC. Later. Salted Literacy. Circa seven, thousand, two hundred BC. Disaster to modern policy. Early Forties and Florida. As climate warmed rapidly. The first DVD's trees appeared followed pipe behind. In one period six, thousand to two, thousand, five hundred. Came to trees like oak and maple. They covered most of the Finland. Before climate began to cool again on around four thousand to three, thousand, five, hundred busy. Making it possible for the spruce to arrive around three thousand BC. Moose and India big part of early and diets. Bears Beavers, and possibly even some members still roamed the forest for awhile before going extinct. See Different kind of seals. which were prey on our lots of meat? Animal Hearts or reduce as close and different bounds could be used as tools. Now since they are skip rising. Eventually. Ring seal got trapped in a bigger legs like lake. SAIMA. Elect Baron. With. Earth arising on temperatures, changing different contests appeared, but Those are meant. That very current change directions. That means the Lima. Hiking trails are nesting areas changed rapidly to. Maybe even during lifetime. realestate develops. Three hundred gardeners took permanent settlements. The first happy started to migrate to the area way back in one thousand, PC They were mostly hunger. Carter's almost to the rich. Take him from every direction. From South and east. Be later when the ice receded further. In. Happy dance game from north to. From today's Norway Sweden The arrived over thousands of years in small tribes. Maybe, includes of just few families. There certainly wasn't finished. People just arrived uninhabited the beans. Like any other people we are the result of thousands of years of migration and g mix in from every direction..
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"Offerings they got in Klay Dishes I. As, we saw from today story. Life didn't change all that much from my Celtic to beginning of now I think period. But there are some differences. Mostly people see lived Asandra gatherers, but the artifacts were being produced. Housing changed. An tribe started the forum religious. In Pico picture chains from. Tony, only sick period. Epitomize the fact that aquaculture began in Europe. In Finland the beginning of now ethic period Maine's introduction of ceramic jets. Said I. Mix undomesticated animals game with different cultures. No evidence has been found from failure said I mix. Off Pilots faced. So the process of making ceramics was known from the get-go. Thankfully the electrical evidence is multiplied from Nelly thick period compared domestic. So we get more detail image of peninsulas dwellers. I. Finland stayed primarily hunter gatherers almost to the end of stone-age. They still haunted, and they've mostly in the same places. Though some culture started down. The Path wasn't straight to sedentary lifestyle. Communities must have gone back tomorrow. Mobile way of life. Climates that warm until the end of Neolithic period. I bought one two three degrees Celsius warmer than what it is today. After nearly thick period. To climate started to cool down. That's crossed, still kept rising, and that changed the landscape especially in Westerfield Finland where people had to move closer to the shorter every ten to fifteen years. So they could steal skinny dip from the soreness. Sometimes inland hat huge chances to. Like when Ancient Lake Saimaa couldn't hall. It's waters anymore and the salt boss Aleka. Extensively system in southern Finland. Burst like the dams in Oprah some chastised. Creating Walks River. That intern radically. Drop the surface of Lexa Emma, producing thousands of square kilometers of prime land for all sorts of game. With them came the comb semi culture. But more of that later in the episode. When it's GONNA. Something else mentioned in previous episodes to. The differences between eastern Invest Vince. I couldn't find the really cool place to put this in the letter episodes, either so with this release more jump. We will cover it here now. sort of the for tunnel from stone edge to modern, day fins. Vests! With the NRA sorts reasonable to create parental light. Based on Jean Integrity. These reveals common father and mother. For Parent Alonzo of offense. Where our first common father and mother came from. Most Common Father Lines, I mine in inland is presumed to be born in Southeast Asia up twenty three thousand years ago. Over, fifty percents of males awesome this line. That line started to expand from China. UPO for thousand five hundred years ago. In Finland more males from this line. Leaving Easter, gun rested in Finland Day mostly concentrated around Savona. On big. Fatherland comes from the West. From Modern Spain. and. Yes, you guessed it. This line is more common in the West and Faint Let. Mother lines in the other hand. Lead towards Western Europe. Forty percent finished. Women belong to the most common mother line. From the West. This line came to Europe from Middle East about same time with the culture. Researchers have deduced from this. That males came from east and females from the West this suggest. That's policies were fetched from Farther Afield. So People's ancestors lived on Matz water area. That they inhabit. I WOULD S. Arrival somewhat displaced them. And somewhat mixed with them. Genetically, Saami people differ from fins on from other Europeans. Their genes are mostly from northern Norway. Some researches say that saw me as spoken language. Wasn't replaced by the new arrivals until at the other niche. About fifteen hundred years ago. Intriguing fact is that fence DNA arrivals distinct differences in eastern and Western population. Difference is so clear that no other European country. Has A gap this big in their genes. Does. APPARAT in line goes. Throw Finland pretty much along the lines of Treaty of Network thirty twenty three. When Sweden and Novgorod divided Finland between them. It runs from Vassar in the northwest. To Lop but around the in southeast. Tim Line divides cardiovascular disease commonality. Eastern Finland has more of those on the Wester. You can add dialect culture and religion to dividing line. We have more Syrians in the West honestly looks in the east. Culturally align can be seen. For example in agriculture. Western Finland add up that farming early, and it also has a lot of good farmland. Is Finland on the other hand used. Slash and burn technique, and the farmland is rocky. Farming methods also influenced the size of the families. And communities. Slash and burn agriculture. I quattro auto for force. So because families. They had more than one address and household living in one building or cottage. This might explain their sociability on a sense of community. If we own little bit for art inside. Will also say that the Finnish. Industrialization. Into nineteen century happened mostly investment cities. Today's like Tom. Pecora old went. Stinks today migration from the east the West. Is Cre vice verse. It's like you hold him brings out in his excellent book me. That Capri Patterson A K A Finnish Levy. Near this when he said in the eighth and century, after visiting Kuopio City in.
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"And welcome to the history field podcast. Out Zero. Day Introduction. So the stories that sucked me in all. Those years ago was Mike Dunkin's the history of Rome podcast. PODCAST is ner. I also found Christmas, lettuce. The history of the world outstanding. Bringing the stories from the very beginning. I also have mentioned I'd recommend shows like footnoting history the barsial historians. History sexy podcast! All of them cover history with unique and interesting styles are not all highly recommend. After years of listening other podcasts. I tried to find one finish history. But, then, of course, there wasn't one. Not, only that, but I couldn't find any history. Broadcasts made investment. Not In fitness offering English. Now in twenty twenty, the view he started broadcasts in finished form Finland. But the history of Finland remains untold. Even, though my background is not in academia. I tried to use the most accepted books on sauces as material. But looking under nooks and crannies I. Try to make this as fun and exciting as I can. As a goal of sorts. If I get this right. This podcast could also be called started telling. Well then, who is my target audience? Anyone who likes history really? especially finishes three. But whether you Finnish citizen a tourist in Finland. Owned is it working in Finland? Oh, just someone interested in Finland Finnish culture. This podcasts hopefully feel astonish. Rules for the podcast guest. Bought tried to cover all aspects of physicists Terry for political history to Economic Charlotte Cultural History. I'm sure. We will have some dedicated episodes the most interesting people in Finnish history. The odd the important ones like. Monitor Heym and Meena Con. But also the eccentric ones that just got mixed up in whirlwind of history. Now I would make a by weekly podcast. When they're so much than from Finnish history already. That's a good question. Sure. Dominica Riot, one William History books about Finland starting from Danica. Loose lenses doer called on new. Seventeen hundred. That is if you don't mind facts like Roman, cree culture originated from Finland. Or. That is one of the world's leading cities. Danielle was man of his time for sure. No. His brother's grandson and Gabrielle Poor Thon did be better on implemented impudent methods to study of history. Forest Troubles! He was later named Father Affiliates, history. or Like we'd like to call him Phoenix Levy. But. I guess I a scientific history about Finland is by alias area cost. Textbook on the history of the people of Finland. Eighteen sixty nine. And so it began. The APP been regularly updated WANNA million histories on faint ever sentence. botts Bechtel our question. Why started at this podcast? Even though books are crit fun, you just can't implement. The stories narrative like you can in a podcast. There are so many stories to. It's all the puffiness history. And that is a big reason for doing this podcast. I think. podcast a medium. It's perfect for history. You get the diving in size parts of the history that you are interested in. In your own pace while exercising commuting on working or whatever? That's been talking in finish media. Bar Knowledge of history lately. If economic even and dense on that. And maybe inspire foolish. Notice the look bit more deeply into his story. That would be great. But to be honest, mostly I make this podcast for myself. After all. This is the podcast that I would like to listen to all those years ago. The many places to start the history of Finland. And I thought we call all the way back to the last glaciation. To William Plays, shifts. Around twelve thousand years ago. Back then peninsula now called Finland was caught with the kilometers thick ice layer. And when it's thought at the retreat. K., people the chance to my credit. Opinion Salah and that. That is the story for the next episodes. Stopping from prehistory. We're going to go pond around in Peron's an iron age popping out as of this kingdom. Thank Grand Duchess unanmous part of Russian empire getting independence. And, later joining E, who in nineteen, ninety five. And everything in between. So welcome again to all of you listening and I hope you enjoyed. This mottes as I don't making. Please, read and review as an apple podcasts. We already have one review and we pine for more. You can also find us on facebook. Threat Finland podcast. Mail us to. The edge oh if podcast at gmail.com. On twitter at the H. O. F. Port Guests A. Thank you for your time. And I'll see you all on our first real episode..
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"Their own numbers on Wikipedia dot com as twenty seventeen only three hundred seventy three thousand three hundred twenty five foreigners lived in Finland. Are we really nobody Becton to believe with freedom and democracy degrading and every corner of the world that only four hundred thousand people would think, to move to the so-called, socialist paradise shore? You think those people live, maybe some people can't afford pack up and move. We're filthy rich ex pats moving to Finland so their kids can virtually guarantee themselves a better happier life. Why don't we live in Finland Tom because it's not real. That's why. Yeah. Or maybe because some of us have custody agreements and restraining orders ally. Telegraph. If your privilege much. But here is the final nail in of Finland. I'm hitting him with a hammer if he says that again. Is the Finnish art Eero Saarinen? The architect the Finnish music, apocalyptic love. Apollo Ben awesome. We're the Finns in Hollywood Rennie. Harlan's directed diehard to cliffhanger deep blue sea where the finish models. See the t- kind came close telling me, I will sold. Mean you're telling me, the healthiest best educated country in the world hasn't produced a single celebrity, a national dish, a style of music, and we used to stop for a moment and help, you realize the difference between things you don't know, in the things that don't. You really wanna stop. No. See. So. Time I inner upstairs. Can you name any other country that has so little significance while apparently being at the top of the food chain? No, you can't. Because those other countries are real Finland. Also invented the sound that's real. Yeah. But in Finland that's kind of a survival mechanism. So no credit receipt. Are you taking anything else that you want to lie to us about before we tie you down and bring you somewhere for help? Yes. Tom people speak the truth about Finland so-called, fins, or eastern sweeteners right into express their anger and resentment at the truth. They call it Zena phobic or bias to pretend they're country doesn't exist to them. I say, I understand, does the blackfoot, tribe, not exist, just because they no longer have a land. No. And I brought up native Americans I so you're racist. That's right. So called fins I challenge you to prove it instead of whining online about how much your country exists. Why not say something like, hey, seems like your wife was disappointed? You didn't get to come to Sweden to prove to you, my country exists. Here's two free, first class tickets to Helsinki to see for yourself. Nobody ever does that Tom because nobody is ready to face the truth. I does anybody know what happened in the last thirty minutes is anybody know this. This makes no sense whatsoever. Ally if you had to summarize, what you've learned don't earning the right word. Don't, don't maybe sport, summarize, something. I guess. First class tickets not Konomi nails are in this call. All right. Are you ready for the cueto's? No at Tom. I have one for you. What is the only correct thing you said in this episode, a euro name be the fact that Russia was as often see the opening gag about being drawn by police sketch artists or d the answer to this question is? Nice try baba Brinkman, none of the above. No, he got gotta say de because you have to be Russia wasn't a country at the time that you were saying it was in the thing, too. So even be was rigging, my name real. You know you never said your name. All right. He lie. This is the worst show. We've ever done. True. Or hey crew? Greatest show ever done. Numbers will be off the charts people like it. They love my. Delete allies. What the fuck was that? Hey, no. Really what the fuck was. On second thought, nothing, you say we'll fix this. Heath quits this year. Seat. He thought was quits, the show. Oh, no. It's fucking. Hey, what the fuck was? All right. So. See so many win win. Can you win win to ice know Philly? Next week. He save us. Okay. I'm next. I guess. Oh, Brasher.