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Fresh "Finland" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:58 min | 51 min ago

Fresh "Finland" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"W T o p traffic. Let's get the forecast now from Samara Theodore. Now the tropical storm is Alia's has booked it up I 95 moved farther north out of our region. We are still looking at some flooding concerns as well as a threat for a few showers and storms moving in from our West this afternoon. Otherwise, many of us are on the tranquil end of this As we head through the remainder of your Tuesday temperatures will rise into the mid eighties. This evening. We'll start to see them fall off into the low seventies. Tonight. We are drying and mostly clear with just a chance for a stray shower Storm. I'm starting Team four meteorologist Summary Theodore. Many of us are experiencing clearing skies and sunshine. 76 degrees right now in Washington. Thiss is w t O p your source for today's top news, traffic and weather always connected. And constantly updated in your car at home at work and on the go. W T o p never miss a moment. Good afternoon. I'm Mork Lois, With Jocelyn Chessen at the editor's desk just ahead. Tropical storm dumps a lot of rain on our region before moving out. And there are reports of at least one tornado in southern Maryland this morning. A massive explosion in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. How secure Will your vote be in the upcoming presidential election? Congress wants to know I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill. Wall Street is higher, with the Dow off 87 points. W t. O p at 1 31 CBS News UPDATE. Tropical STORM SPAWNING tornadoes and dumping rain during in Finland March up the East Coast W N A V radios Thomas Goodwin is in hard hit. Annapolis, Maryland Wins air raging and rain is pouring in Annapolis, Maryland As Hurricane SCS moves northwards, there's no widespread flooding in the city's downtown yet. The water is cascading down streets and police have closed off at least one road. Some areas have already lost power. WCBS TV is John Diaz is along the Jersey shore in sea bright I honestly feel like I'm on a rollercoaster right now, that's how strong the wind is right now. Not exaggerating here that these wing us going up to 70 miles per hour today. John Holly is the sheriff of Birdie County, North Carolina were tornado hit. Doesn't look real something you see on TV National Hurricane Center is predicting heavy rain and more tornadoes as he saw us moves into New England through tonight. CBS News update. I'm Matt Piper. While the bulk of tropical storm DCs has left us we are still feeling the effects of that storm. Many inches of rain fell across our region with some of the largest rainfall amounts in southern Maryland, where there are reports of up to seven inches of rain in some spots and a confirmed tornado, at least one touching down in Leonardtown in ST Mary's County. Trees were toppled, but no injuries reported. Even though the heaviest rains have stopped and skies are clearing, rising floodwaters remain a concern across our region, an important reminder if you have flooded roads ahead of you. Turn around. Don't drown. Tropical Storm Zaius has also left thousands without power in some parts of the region. We are seeing improvement as power is being restored, but we're also finding thousands more have recently lost of power.

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Hurricane Isaias has made landfall near Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina

Dan Proft

00:38 sec | 13 hrs ago

Hurricane Isaias has made landfall near Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina

"Eric. Any science has made landfall near Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, touching down just after 11 o'clock Monday night. Maximum sustained winds of 85 miles an hour. Governor right. Cooper's as is urging residents to watch out for those winds along with island, Finland, flooding in some downed power lines. This storm threatens our coastline with storm surge and damaging winds. At the inland areas are also at risk. Be prepared for a lot of rain as much as seven inches in some places. National Weather Service says the storm surges could be up to five feet and is the I C ous moves up the

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Fresh update on "finland" discussed on The Marketing Rescue Podcast

The Marketing Rescue Podcast

01:03 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "finland" discussed on The Marketing Rescue Podcast

"You're listening to the marketing rescue podcast the weekly show where we take a look at some epic marketing failures. Along with some pretty amazing and rescues and comebacks, and now your hosts you go and chat. Hey, Chad yeah. That's just my nine, hundred, ninety, one cooling. That's a pretty cool retro ringtone. You've got going on there man that brings back. So many memories does hearing this you have anarchy phone I did I never knock yet but my friends that I had a Siemens with. Yes. Yeah I had that Nokia thirty, three, ten, the indestructible Nokia. Yeah. That thing was pretty good and take it anywhere drop it. You didn't have to worry about the screen cracking you could place nakedness. Yeah. It was awesome. Let's things were great and we're we're the last generation that grew up without phones. If you think of everybody after US grows up with smartphones and with technology and with communications, I should say, yeah, it's funny just yesterday I saw a tick tock of these people going around and saying, okay just asking different generations. What type of hand gesture would you do to represent talking on the phone and anybody above like? Something like around age twentyish, right they all use that. It's kind of like the hang loose symbol where you put your thumb in your pinky out and put your fist up to the side of your head, and that's like symbol for talking on the phone, and then they went and asked like a tween aged kid what hand gesture would use and they put a flat palm against the side of their head. Yeah. Apprentice thing. Yeah Times change say my wife was very quick to remind me to say Nokia in Knock Ya like the rest of the world it. Yeah that darn accent when I moved to the states, seventeen years ago a lot of people would make fun of me for saying aluminum an aluminium. So that is one of them. So let's say that Nokia Inaki is interchangeable today just getting simple. Butts before we tell the interesting story of the rise and fall of Nokia. How is the rise in full of the children's says in wave one point two of the pandemic you know it's actually very good right now because the dodgers are playing baseball again. That is a beautiful thing. Yeah With this whole thing has been crazy because with the lockdowns and just coronavirus in general everything going on. The tough thing is normally when you have to stay at home, it's like, okay, no big deal I'll watch a few games right. I'll have something to entertain myself with other than just movies and TV and that kind of thing and being a big sports fan. Oh, man having no baseball no basketball no football just absolutely no live sports has been pretty painful. So I'm super excited that we have baseball back. Empty stands, but it's real games. Do they have like pictures of people in the stand I also heard on NPR today that they actually play soundtracks yes. Soup help the players. Feel comfortable. So we right they hit a home run and. Speakers go crazy. Yeah. What's especially awesome is when they play like the wrong kind of like crowd noise like you think it's GonNa be this big hit and then then nope, it's ground out but there's this huge crowd reactions like, oh no. At Dodger Stadium at least you can buy like a cardboard cutout of yourself that they put in. Particular seat for the season it's like one hundred and fifty balls man. That's crazy. So, have you bought one? Kid. Yeah. I don't need to see my ugly. Mug. On. TV. Welby. Okay. Yeah. So today we still with Nokia and that ring turn. Despite the one. So, fuelled on a soldier the this year that night can place myself in an era. It's pretty amazing. So many memories. So think back when you first phone. Hold are you and where we can you remember Oh Jeez I mean I think by the time I got my first phone I think I was nineteen. Since the nineteen sixties. Oh Man Yeah now. Map people definitely know my age but it was somewhere around one thousand nine, hundred, ninety, nine, I? Think it was a little bit earlier. Men, again, I had that big Siemens but for a lot of people especially older people who remember the very start of the mobile phone era, the first mobile phones. Where these really big giant boxes that you carry around. and. They were predominantly produced using your car. So it's like literally this box you put on the floor of the passenger seats or if you had the right car, you'd put it in between the two seats. And then there would be a cord attached to this box in the receiver. and. If you were driving around speaking on the phone, you were the bomb he can just imagine this. Was it. Your chauffeur was ordering Grey poupon. And for other people, the next generation, the big brick phone that look very much like military walkie-talkie it was smaller than the box, but it's not something that comfortably fit in your pocket or purse for that matter just actually like a really big thing. And for most people I would say around eight, thirty, thirty, five, the first mobile phones were made by company called Nokia. And that's exactly what you're going to talk about today. So throughout the ninety s the Nokia thirty, three, ten really owned the market and it's really impressive. Numbers which will go through in a minute of what that remained, but they really seriously dominates and in a way also created the mobile markets during the Nice And for what? Fourteen years, Nokia. Was the band aid of mobile phones. They didn't call it a mobile phone. They called it a Nokia if you had something even if you had a Siemens for that matter. So. They introduced the world to the term smartphone as we know today and what is really interesting how on? Earth could have gone from fourteen year. Major dominance within the market to where they are today wealth reading. This question we go back and look at where Kia status and really talk about where the company comes from. Yes. So believe it or not. The history of Nokia actually goes all the way back to eighteen sixty five. That is amazing. I had no idea. So that was when a Finnish Swede mining engineer named and I'm GonNa. Just brutalize all of these European name. So I apologize in advance but finish Sweden mining engineer named Frederick Ida System. Founded a pulp mill outside the town of `Tampere in Finland and this was back when Finland was actually still a part of the Russian empire. And he did pretty. Well. Three years later, he opened a second mill near the neighboring town of Nokia where there was a better potential for hydro electric power and in eighteen seventy one he and a friend named Leo mechelen started a company called no KIA AB or Nokia company? And that company existed for the better part of a century and these guys interesting site factor they were super interesting people according to A. Mission was a professor who also founded the Liberal Party of Finland and the Union Bank of Finland in eighteen, sixty two. So there were very innovative people as what is being the first chairman of the town council Nelson County. So these guys were movers and shakers back in the eighteen sixties. Yes. This company exists for the better part of a century much just had at its inception really primarily being focused on being this hydroelectric power company until the technological age swept it up into an entirely new story. So in nineteen, sixty, seven, the Nokia Company merged with Finnish cable works and Finnish rubber works to form a new company an interesting set of capabilities. So they start doing things like paper products, car and bicycle tires footwear communication cables. TV's and consumer electronics, personal computers, and they still are doing that electricity generation. So they just kind of diversify into really kind of like a broad set of capabilities. It's super tier to me now how they got into the mobile telecommunication industry from that subset of products makes total sense. Bicycle tires. They had a few different product lines and then one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, a handful of Nokia employees started working on a phone. That could go on people's car and they made about sixteen hundred of them. A. Nokia employee named Matty Makanin sherm saying. Who is often credited of being the father texting Talks about how strange it was everybody. And is a quote that we find in the New Zealand Herald that's at NC, and he said quote I remember someone coming up with term mobile phone everybody laughed who carries a phone with him and said, it was really strange to everybody because nobody's actually seen it. So, they spent the nineteen eighties developing communication technology for the Finnish military. Including mobile phones, which do you think this is pretty normal origination for this type of technology right shirt in the nineteen eighties and nineties the company divested itself of everything but it's taking medication business to focus on what they saw as the greatest opportunity. And the rebrand itself as Nokia mobile phones. Yes. They launched the first GSM phone, which was the eleven o one, the model number, and they launched that in nineteen ninety two. There's basically two different types of phone technology. GSM allows you to transmit data in addition to kind of your regular phone signal. So they were actually the first company to come out with phones that had data transfer capability, and that's how they would do texting. Right that's used the data for texting during that time. Exactly. So that happens in nineteen, ninety two, and then it's followed by the twenty one, hundred model in one, thousand, nine, hundred, four, the twenty, one, hundred was the first phone with that famous Nokia ringtone. And these phones pretty much single handedly launched the mobile phone boom at as.

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GANs Can Be Interpretable

Data Skeptic

06:17 min | 3 weeks ago

GANs Can Be Interpretable

"My name is Eric Cadigan a master student at Visual Computing Group in Aalto University in Finland, and I recently did an internship with adobe research, and this papers also in collaboration with them very neat wire to begin with. Tell me a little bit about your graduate studies. What types of problems are you interested in rats I've been involved in computer. Graphics Allot so physically. Physically based rendering recently during my internship I also started working with generative model so I'm still a masterson finishing up my studies so i. don't have a vast experience in the field, but I'm getting started on this really interesting problem so eager to work on this in the future, one of the drawbacks to this being an audio podcast is that people can't enjoy. Enjoy some of the amazing visual aspects of your work. I will be sure to include a link to to the youtube videos in the show notes for this, but for those you, maybe the the visually impaired. Can you give us a quick description of what are some of the in my own opinion, rather stunning effects, you can produce with the research you've been doing. Doing right so generative adversarial network organs in general, they've really skyrocketed in image quality, so we can generate human faces are other photos of landscapes are objects that can look almost photo realistic. It might be hard to realize that they're actually generated by a computer, but it's hard to control. These models with our method were really giving the controls to the user to. To like change the identity of the post and the expression of human face, or the apparent gender or the hairstyle, or maybe move around car, rotate a car in a C- In our move a dog around make it bigger smaller change background on the clouds in the sky, and so on one of the first exposures I had to. These ideas was when Google released. Released deep dream which I. Guess is sort of primitive here. It's some of the earliest work that lead in directions like this, even though I'm not sure if they use Ganz or not, that was not gambling. Their results were always kind of trippy like maybe they'd be good for a music video or something seems like the results were seeing now the state of Of the art are much more photo realistic. Are you aware our car companies using some of these technologies or anything like that that you've heard of or do you think we're not close enough for that? Maybe I think for car commercials specifically. We're not quite yet there. Because the image quality expected in a commercially super super high, but I think for some of these. These more creative fields, where for example, if you're designing clothes or shoes or artwork digital artwork, it might make sense to kind of prototype and look at new possible products are paintings or stuff like that image quality is really improving steadily steel so one day I can see against being used in stock, photography and stuff like that, and maybe even in commercials i. I know you've looked at a lot of these. You've produce them, so maybe we can assume your eye is better trained than the public. Do you think you have a talent for spotting gins or spotting the output of I guess? I should say there's a few giveaways usually. If you're looking at for example face, the background is often not quite consistent or realistic might. Might be too simple or there might be patterns that Don look quite right and I think in general practitioners in the field know how to spot some of these typical features or artifacts, but I really think a few years down the line. It's not gonna be possible anymore, so most of my experience playing around with these myself somewhat limited certainly compared to your. Your experience, but it's that the again I might want use I've trained it up or I've acquired it from somewhere. Maybe extended it and I want to transform images. It's kind of a throw of the dice for me. You know I can tweak some things randomly, just kind of guessing and flipping weights here and there and I'll get some interesting results, but I feel. Feel like I'm the dark and I'm blind. Just reaching around has that historically been what style transfer and techniques that have been like before? Some of the research you've been involved in was getting, too. I would say hey. There's been a few different approaches to controlling generative adversarial networks, so one approach might be just label a bunch of your training data that you. You feed to the model during the trading face. You're looking at training data, and you're finding some attributes that you consider to be important, and then you label your date until the model. Hey, police, learn these things because this is what I consider to be important, and recently some research has shown that even just labeling one percent of your trading day might be enough. Enough to get a muddle where you can change some aspect in a meaningful way, but you still have to retrain your model, which is a very custody thing to do, and also just it's very time consuming manual label the data also, you're kind of limited by what you expect. Your data said to contain if you have some abstract data set where you're not. Not Quite sure what the important directions of change our it might be hard to label, and then the second approach would be detained pre-trade generator, and then just hope that he tasks learned something interesting, and then you have a hypothesis that maybe has learned about the post of the head or something like that, and then you can verify this by generating a bunch of. Of Images and then labeling them and try to identify a direction in the input space that this effect, but again you're kind of limited by your own imagination on what you can come up with, and you could even use an existing attribute detector that knows how to identify the gender expression face, but you're relying on something that someone has made before you so. Really just is more exploratory and we ask the model to show us what he has learnt. So we the other way around instead of verifying policies, we add the model to show us. The largest are the most important directions of change, and then from these we can extract controls, so that's really the difference, or we're not looking for anything in particular we're. We're just asking the model to show us what there is, and it turns out that there's lots of interesting sliders to find in this space. Yeah, it's break into those sliders. A little bits I before reading. The paper didn't necessarily have a bias either way. It could have been in my mind that the ways in which the model learn things were exotic. I've done some principal components analysis in my past and similar to like burt vectors or any other embedding. They're just numbers that happened to work really well. I can't explain why it's thirty seven minus seventy year. Whatever these numbers are so I wasn't sure what again was gonNA. Give us in that way. What did you guys find? Are they're kind of human interpreted parameters in there? Yes, so in general PCA, orders the components at fines orders them by the various that they explain so if there's some aspect, the various a lot in the generated images that's going to be explained by the first few principal components, and in general, we find interesting behavior where the principal. Principal components have a style content separation in data sets. Where if we have a data set to where there's a lot of geometric change that change is going to be captured by the first few components, and then the components after that because they're orthogonal, they're going to contain that information, and then instead they're gonNA explain some other variants, so the first few components are really quite geometrics. Head might be rotating. The dog might be moving left to right or up and down or zooming. Then the later components might explain more style properties of the image, so you might get different color, slight morphing of the geometry, but nothing major us in the first few components.

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Fresh update on "finland" discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

01:30 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "finland" discussed on Front Burner

"Hi. I'm anesthesia abuse is a two time Olympic speedskater. My whole life. I have been surrounded by athletes, and every one of them has a story that a scoreboard will never capture. It's not an easy thing to with an athlete that don't understand. They're making fun of me because I like to figure escape players on voices all about the person inside the performance one year. So in it, I, think perhaps we're the people that understand that the least subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Elena Hudgens Lyle and her than the Rodwell and where the hosts of inappropriate questions. Did you lose weight? How're you doing? How'd you get pregnant? We talked to people who have been Austin questions. We ask where these questions come from and be darn. Some more respectful ways of curious. So whether you've asked an inappropriate question or Aston inappropriate question gum get inappropriate with us. Inappropriate. Questions is available. Now you can find it on the CBC, listen APP or wherever you find podcasts. Now some people might say, well, look you know right now we are in this crisis situation, you know cities need to secure safe accommodation quickly for a lot of people and that that it is necessary to put people in provide people with You know. SAFE sanitation beds running water and even if it is a band aid solution, isn't that the right thing for cities to be doing right now? Yeah. I mean I. think that's a really good question and and I have some sympathy for that for sure. Especially early on like in March when middle, of March, this is hitting slamming Canada right and city governments were scrambling. They realized what a stay at home policy might mean for people living in homelessness, right that they realized and I think they were kind of left on their own. I, think there was a a lack of a national level federal government, leadership. I would have expected a directive from the prime. Minister himself to be honest saying. Very, clearly, provinces cities. We. Absolutely have to protect our homeless population. We have to do something. Quickly rights oriented, etc. I, mean. The the federal government has recognized housing is a fundamental human, right. So I would have expected that kind of leadership on a I that that just wasn't forthcoming. Well, I WANNA ask you about federal leadership to what extent do these encampments that we're seeing right now, lay bare Canada's failure to address the housing crisis prior to cope in nineteen. Of course, and it's the failure of the government to the national government to recognize an implement housing as a human right You you. You can't allow homelessness to unfold to the extent that it has in Canada I mean the conservative estimates are two hundred and thirty, five, thousand homeless people, and that's a stubborn number. That's not a number that's come down in Canada, and in some places, homelessness has increased so. There's been a failure. The government has recognized its failure however, I mean, they adopted a national, housing strategy, Act last year and that act recognizes housing is a fundamental human, right? There are supposed to appoint a federal housing. And, a housing council and those two new mechanisms. All call them. could play a really significant rule in ensuring that the country does better in terms of implementing the right to Housing and addressing homelessness. You have written about how the Canadian government has a big opportunity now to to address the homelessness crisis in Canada. Can you give me? You know in a concrete sense. How do you WANNA see the Canadian government at all levels work on addressing this issue now. One of the things that all levels of government should be looking at is what we may call distressed assets or available assets. They don't have to be distressed. So for example, AIRBNB units that are standing idle and vacant because of lack of tourism, now, as well as assets that are failing, for example, office buildings might become distressed asset or might be put on the market because people aren't working from offices. Shopping malls, parking lots. There's lots of possibilities and use those to address the housing crisis and making them available to those in need is that something that has actually been tried anywhere. Absolutely. In fact, just recently both the cities of Lisbon and Barcelona have made moves in that direction. City of Barcelona mayor allow has said quite clearly that any unit that has been unoccupied for a year or more will be expropriated by the city and will be used for affordable housing and I. think that's really interesting. I. Mean She's it's a stick in Lisbon. They're using a carrot approach with short term rentals, not just airbnb, but all short-term rentals there trying to negotiate with the owners of those units to get them to. Lease. Them on a long-term basis and out of Cordoba rates. But you know. If you look around the world, homelessness is growing in most countries, but there is one leading light and that's Finland. The finish system is financed by public funds and finished slot machines on the idea of housing. First is quite simple. When people are homeless, you give them housing fuss a home right away instead of lots of paperwork and temporary accommodation. The only country in the world that has really reduced homelessness and is on track for ending it by twenty, twenty, seven. I think. So in Finland they realized for example, social assistance rates were too low and that was part of what was causing homelessness people were falling into arrears and and and self convicting, and then falling into homelessness, and that's something that the federal government has some control over right. We're seeing in the middle of the pandemic, how much money is available when we needed to be available so. That's part of it Just, thinking about what you've been saying, you know clearly these encampments. are a symptom of a much larger problem across this country. What happens if there aren't deliberate steps taken to try and address this issue in a way that you're talking about. Well I. Mean we already have a housing crisis and we had one before the pandemic I'm quite fearful about what's to come. I'm worried about current tenants who have negotiated with landlords to pay their rent back Lino, they can't pay their full rent now, but they'll pay it back over time. I'm worried that people won't be able to do that, and they will then facie fiction and all of this will just lend itself to increasing levels of homelessness, of course. But what equally concerns me is the federal government needs to. To, recognize the connections between things and ensure that they are paying attention to the big financial actors who have liquidity now, who who are not suffering who have deep pockets and who could really messed with our housing market in less they're regulated properly, and that's what we saw happen in at after the Oh eight Oh nine global financial crisis, or great recession as it's called, and so I'm really. Terrified that the government won't take the necessary action and I think a, there's just not a good news story at the end.

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What It Was Like to Interview Shima Oliaee

Inside Podcasting

05:57 min | 3 weeks ago

What It Was Like to Interview Shima Oliaee

"Hello and welcome to fight podcasting the show in which. Discuss their craft I'm your host Sky Pillsbury. This is a post show episode in which two very special guests will talk to me about last week's episode in which I interviewed Dolly Pardons America producer. Mo only if you haven't heard that episode, I recommend going back and listening to it before you listen to this one that way, our conversation may make a little bit more sense. Today on the show I have with me, the two people most likely to remember my obsession with Dolly Parton. My wonderful parents welcome to the show, mom and Dad Hey. Hi there. Thank you so much for saying yes. Welcome On this kind of show you guys get to ask me questions. I have the first question here ready to go all right dad. Right. Do you feel a part of dollars America? That is a really good question Yes, I think am I mean I must be one hundred percent because I'm a fan, so I think by default that makes me part of her America, because you know I know who she is. I adore her like so many others. Of course that begs the question like what is Dolly, Parton America, and I think one of the points that she made in last week's episode was that Dolly is sort of this prison for everyone else's story? And I'm not sure that I have a particular story to tell but I think that the aura surrounding Dolly is sort of like. Everyone can be part of it. No matter what walk of life you come from and so I guess in that regard. Be Part of Dolly Parton America. She talked about the feelings of otherness enduring during her show. Do you resonate with that at all? I probably don't if I'm being really honest and. That's because I am very privileged in my life, so you know I am female. I'm white. I've had opportunities that many many people don't get to have. I went to college. I got a good job after college. I sort of did the things that I expected I would do. Thus far in my life. But I think that the way that I can relate with that was what Shima said about how she and Chad are both first generation Americans and you are a first generation American, Dad. And so you know what it made me think, and even in the show, because during the show Jad talks about how her dollies Tennessee Mountain home, reminds his father of his home. Overseas, you know of course I couldn't help but think about our family home in northern Finland, so of course I thought about like the listener. Any listener to this doesn't know is that I grew up going to Finland with you every summer and you know spending many many many many days. Not Whole Lot to do kind of like the countryside of Finland in this tiny town with a population of eight hundred people, where almost no one spoke English, and then of course I would spend a lot of time in Helsinki as well where people did, but you know I remember the excitement that I had the day that you got your citizenship when we were living in Hawaii. I remember you wore a suit and that was a big deal because you were is most of the time. So. You know I remember that feeling, but I don't ever feel I can't say that I ever felt other, but I. Think I knew that you at times felt authored. What about you? Well I guess what I was wondering about is. Dolly is also a what I would call a country girl. you got to know people who were definitely from the country, not from the city. That's true. Maybe I speculate that that may have had something to do with your level of comfort with Dali. Oh. That's interesting. Also expressed some interest in Loretta Lynn during that time. I loved Laura Adeline and I think I I remember i. read the Book About Her. Was the book called? Coal, miner's daughter, I don't know. I did identify with those two, but I don't know I can't like point to a memory where I connected those two things myself. You Know My love for them like I. Really Loved Donna Summer at the same time. She's not from the country and I think honestly I think. They spoke to my infatuation with Glamour, and even though I knew that they were from the country. It's sort of like they were like these unimaginable. Creatures all three of those women. They were like such a shiny thing, and then I love the music and I love to dance, but I think that I always had an interest in people who are different than me, and that's why like when we were in the countryside in Finland like I could hang out with Vinnie me. Who is the violin player? You know for hours or make friends with the girl who lived across the street Rita, even though we. We didn't speak the same language, and like really enjoy those people because it was like exposing me to this completely different way of life. You know just a way of life that I wasn't familiar with and I think that in a way Dali Donna. It sort of showed me a completely different slice of

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The Chess Grandmasters Extreme Workout

ESPN Daily

05:32 min | Last month

The Chess Grandmasters Extreme Workout

"I. How did you get on the chess? Beat in the first place? So I get really interested in these really need sports that. People are super invested in Ashwari. Kumar is an international features writer for Espn Lake if you're going to which. Of People Are Watching these chess tournaments that you wouldn't even know where that's happening in. Iceland. Or Finland, and so I had this curiosity so I was thinking so Bobby Fisher was such a huge part of chests in the US what Ron Labor is tennis. What Jack Nicklaus's to golf? That's what Bobby Fischer is to chess. Bobby Fisher of the United States will finally meet Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union in Belgrade Yugoslavia, but the chess championship of the world plus a purse of one, hundred, thirty, eight, thousand five hundred dollars, the richest prize for a head-to-head confrontation in any sport, but boxing. So who is the next Bobby Fisher? So I went to Saint Louis last year to sort of figure out what is going on in the chess world, so saint Louis has sort of become this chess capital of the country. Let's start with the basics here. What is a chess grandmaster? And what does it take to become one? Usually what happens? Is this International Chess Federation F. And they have this point systems so chessplayers. Lead different tournaments in accumulate these spines that. Gets them to a certain level of expertise, and they are then title the grandmaster, which is in fact, the highest I do that. A chess player can be awarded by International Chess Federation usually these. Players between the age of ten and fourteen, and so they go through these rigorous tournaments one after the other parents take them all over the world. And the get the title by around thirteen fourteen, and then they start to perfect the art of being perfect, just player. So you mentioned Bobby Fisher. Who is probably the most famous chess player all time? Actually is definitely the most famous chess player of all time. Who are the stars of the field today? The poster by of chess is at the moment Magnus Carlsen. Calzon is the best in the world. The youngest number one ever and no one can explain to you how he does what he does. It seems to come from another world, which is why he's become known as the Mozart of chess. He's from Norway. He sort of had this. Has this bad boy live to him? He's like interesting. He'll drop these nuggets about other players. You make jokes about his opponents. He talks trash social chicken. How do you not? He's GonNa do the same. Yeah the lack of comas is astounding. And quite disappointing. He talks acts. Yeah for sure sorta like that kind of Worcester wise. He's called the golden boy of chess. And then this. Is. Bobby Ana crew art, there's this Chinese grandmaster Ding Laren and then USA's Wesley so and Kara Nakimora. Really Good Armenia has live on Romanian so these are some of like the famous players at the moment that go up against each other all the time. So I the grandmaster that you decided to focus on with your story, the one who lives in Saint Louis is actually Italian. His name is Fabiano Caruana. Who is in? How did he get here? Fabiano Caruana is the number two seed in the world. He's an Italian American chess grandmaster. He became a grandmaster at fourteen years of age, fourteen years, eleven, months, and twenty eight to be exact, and he at that time was the youngest grandmaster in the history of Italy in the United States. E was sort of beg to be the next big thing in in US chess and he came back now. He has an apartment in Saint Louis. He lives there and he sort of boot. BOOT his life from scratch, and he was never like the big personality like Norris Magnus columnist. He's the guy that will is very chill loves video games and let us work to the talk to his justice stories about that call in the next Bobby Fisher like the next big thing. He's the one person that can actually dig down. Magnus, Carlsen in the world championship and become the next world champion. So what does? Chess match in a grand masters tournament. Actually look like. How does it play out? Okay so two grandmasters shake each other's hands. sit down across from each other is chessboard. This o'clock next to them that the are constantly looking at. This goes on for at least six hours right every day, and so during these six hours, the brain has to have most oxygen supply. Which means your heart is functioning three times faster than on any given. And because of that sustained higher blood pressure, and sustained higher level of activity by the heart and the rain, the body goes through intense physical. Energy lost during. A chess game that lasts six to seven to sometimes eat hours said.

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Finnish Air Force Command drops swastika logo as insignia

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:25 sec | Last month

Finnish Air Force Command drops swastika logo as insignia

"We're learning now about a change. That happened more than three years ago, when Finland's Air Force Command discreetly dropped a swastika swastika logo from its unit emblem. They finished airforce adopted the swastika before Germany's Nazis did. But an officer at Air Force Command Finland, acknowledged that the emblem had caused confusion among Finland's foreign partners. Over the years, the swastika was replaced by an insignia featuring a golden eagle

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Bolton book says Trump asked Chinese president for reelection help

Here & Now

04:07 min | Last month

Bolton book says Trump asked Chinese president for reelection help

"Yesterday there was that anvil of a tell all book from former trump national security adviser John Bolton dropping in media reports including an interview on ABC ABC's political director Rick Klein is here and Rick start with the court rulings a president who presumably planned to boast to supporters in the upcoming rally an election that he fill the courts with conservatives but two big losses your thoughts yeah it's a strange it's a strange situation for him because on one level you're right this could demoralize supporters have been so proud of these pics I and it's kind of strange for the president to have these blows dealt to him I basically citing him for a lack of confidence governance company governance among other things on the other hand did he really want to deport hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants that that existed dreamers right before the election he really want to get people to lobby fired he doesn't I think personally care that much about the social issues in it maybe the Dodge some legislative and legal bullets here and he can now turn this into a rallying cry he's at he's tweeting this just this morning as I'm sure you've seen that Todd maybe the courts have it out against Donald Trump and eventually turned into a different rallying cry at the rally tomorrow yeah well an apparently everybody has it out for him including John Bolton and let's take that up the president is also threatening legal action to prevent his former national security adviser John Bolton from publishing that tell all book the room where it happened it's supposed to be released to the public Tuesday but the cat way out of the bag with interviews he characterizes the president as ill informed driven almost exclusively by his desire for reelection easily influenced by dictators here's your colleague Martha Raddatz add the full interview is going to air Sunday night how would you describe trump's relationship with Vladimir Putin I think Putin thinks he can plan like a fiddle I think Putin is smart tough I think he sees that he's not faced with a serious adversary here I don't think he's worried about Donald Trump well I think they did this kind of judgment from former national security adviser is almost without precedent while the president is still in office to say that he is unfit for office at the catalog confirmation in essence of the charges that brought the impeachment inquiry and a roughly similar situation regarding China it is damning it is devastating I look president has weathered plenty of books before by people like James call me all the way through Arosa but what makes this may be different is the the timing and to have this now dove tail with Joe Biden's messaging about the president of being unprepared for crises as played out with over nineteen and this tense moment around race relations it challenges the president in a fundamental way and he is out there tarring John Bolton I'm saying he's a liar and and it made things often is is out for profit motives but he's going to have to answer for lots of specifics here as well as the general sense that a growing number of Republicans will say that this president just doesn't know what he's doing will ease some of the allegations the president didn't know that Finland isn't part of Russia but you mentioned China it barely according to Bolton trump pleaded with Chinese leader xi to help him win reelection by buying lots of stuff from American farmers and this is from a president who was impeached although not removed from office but impeached for inappropriate relationship with a foreign leader but the well Rick didn't matter to his base or fervent Republican backers like Jim Jordan are you hearing that any of this matters I don't think it's surprising the people that were inclined to to not believe the president a way I think where it has a greater impact is in how the cumulative efforts of of so many folks have to draw on the shortcomings of this White House and you have a Republican group out there that's been a trolling the president with ads in Washington and elsewhere questioning his fitness for office I don't think that John Bolton or really anyone is capable of of of a mass defection among the trump base but for lots of orders you might have questions about his is ready yes or maybe just be weary of the drama surrounding Donald Trump I'm John Bolton it offers an important piece of evidence from someone who literally was in that room when it happened

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Trump administration sues over new Bolton book, claiming it contains classified information

Jay Talking

02:28 min | Last month

Trump administration sues over new Bolton book, claiming it contains classified information

"New book by a former national security adviser John Bolton says president trump asked China's president during a twenty nineteen summit to help his reelection prospects by purchasing more American farm products here's CBS's been Tracy when John Bolton left the White House last September he says he resigned president trump says he fired him and the two have not spoken since president trump seem to know this book would be bad for him Energous former national security adviser John Bolton paints a picture of a highly uninformed and impulsive present in excerpts of his book the room where it happened obtained by CBS news Bolton says president trump did not know Britain was a nuclear power and asked if Finland was part of Russia Bolton confirms president trump explicitly linked military aid to Ukraine to investigations of former vice president Joe Biden the central claim that led to the president being impeached tell us is started investigation identified Bolton claims Mr trump wanted China to go even further in twenty nineteen pleading with Chinese president xi Ching paying to help him win form states in the twenty twenty election with increased Chinese purchases of soybeans and wheat this book is full of classified information which is inexcusable the trump administration is suing Bolton personally in a last minute attempt to stop the book from being released next week claiming it still contains classified information despite a several months long government review president trump's view of what should be classified goes far beyond the actual standard or I will consider every conversation with me as president highly classified in the book published by Simon and Schuster a division of Viacom CBS Bolton alleges president trump expressed a willingness to hold criminal investigations to in effect give personal favors to dictators he liked citing cases involving China and Turkey Bolton writes the pattern looks like obstruction of justice as a way of life it also says during the twenty eighteen summit with Kim Jong moon secretary of state Mike Pompeo slipped him a note saying president trump is so full of expletive a pattern Bolton claims of administration officials regularly disparaging the president behind his back the White House is pushing back tonight saying that Bolton is undermining national security and trying to profit off of his time here at the White House

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Borders reopen across Europe as coronavirus restrictions ease

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | Last month

Borders reopen across Europe as coronavirus restrictions ease

"Border controls are being lifted across much of Europe from today easing three months of restrictions imposed to halt the spread of the coronavirus the E. U. has advised member states to open up to travelers from within the block from Monday in parts to help restore badly damaged economies is all yours reporter Kevin Lee Belgium Croatia Switzerland and Germany fully open their internal borders today the traffic police and officials would have enforced the restrictions will disappear in France the borders were re opened at midnight but those travelling from Spain and the UK still face a two week isolation period no wait Finland and Denmark allowing unrestricted travel for select number of countries but not neighboring Sweden because they say it has a comparatively high death rate Portugal and Spain will also keep the border between them closed for another two

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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

05:42 min | Last month

"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

05:42 min | Last month

"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

07:47 min | Last month

"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..

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Norway George Floyd demonstrations turned down over numbers rule

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Norway George Floyd demonstrations turned down over numbers rule

"Authorities in Norway have turned down applications to hold rallies in support of protesters in the US over the death of George Floyd run as had been planned in the capital also in Bergen I mean trump climb but local authorities say the without a dispensation from the Norwegian institute of public health more than fifty people come together in one place due to the coronavirus restrictions co organizer the African student association says it hopes the move in fifteen thousand people would take part in a demonstration outside also those U. S. embassy the association is considering an alternative demonstration venue but there's been no announcement so far the rallies in Norway are in contrast with similar events in the capitals of Sweden and Finland with thousands gathered on Wednesday I'm Charles the last month

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Norway George Floyd demonstrations turned down over numbers rule

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Norway George Floyd demonstrations turned down over numbers rule

"Authorities in Norway have turned down applications to hold rallies in support of protesters in the US over the death of George Floyd run as had been planned in the capital also in Bergen I mean trump climb but local authorities say the without a dispensation from the Norwegian institute of public health more than fifty people come together in one place due to the coronavirus restrictions co organizer the African student association says it hopes the move in fifteen thousand people would take part in a demonstration outside also those U. S. embassy the association is considering an alternative demonstration venue but there's been no announcement so far the rallies in Norway are in contrast with similar events in the capitals of Sweden and Finland with thousands gathered on Wednesday I'm Charles the last month

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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

"March in one. Now sometimes, leaders would rise from periphery. and. Challenge Thorough Moore like in our story with monochromatic war. See WanNA sixty six to one eighty. That severely three stopped it right to Finland. And if you want to learn more. I would suggest that you heard over to Mike Dunkin's the history of her own podcast. And Search for episode ninety three. To Monaco Monique Wars. But. It seems that almost weren't all that interested in finding Salah. What had to offer? which was mainly I. They were after amber from southeast of. Today didn't really reach us. The biggest fines from this era are two one laters made of copper. The other one is made in Italy. And the other Roman goal. Germanic so. Few things that are interesting though. One of them is the so-called chairman sewn middle off southwestern coast that used to be hub through which most of our finds come. Burial, sites their host swords. Shields and especially not that protect your hand in a shield. Leather there was some mixing and regions. Burial sites changed more Western way of doing things. More boastful aren't wasteful. Modern version of this would be the phrase that you hear in every self help guide to commerce. You can't make money without spending money. So people did. Lavish craves meant status burying with weapons seeing old accuracy business. Maybe but I saw off sociopolitical.

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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

05:39 min | 2 months ago

"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..

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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

03:24 min | 2 months ago

"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

"Three hundred seventy five slash four hundred eighty. By which time Finland fits in the same middle donates category again. The coastal areas just have three different Roman. Ages while inland and northern Finland state in their prematurely age. Where they started in previous episode and Consi new on this one. So. That's commerce about the same time period. Premature Age is dated nineteen, hundred slash eighteen hundred to three hundred CE. So! I guess it won't thought how to explain after all. That is also where we stopped today around four hundred ce with the to to microcosm period. That is also thanks to Romans more on that the next time. Pre Roman Iron Age Five hundred BC E to Shiro slash Fifty C E. I five centuries in northern Europe is known as pre Roman iron. Age or sell the guide on edge. While, the Roman culture prospered terrain Ian Barbarians in the north. Not so much. At least with Roman standards, huge cap in economic, military and complex social structures evolved. So they saw people that lived more simple life. North of the borders, asked barbarians, the most over of all of this bar Burien. Rare leaving in middle and Western Europe. The Celtic tribes. Meanwhile life was peaceful in peninsula. I I don items arrived eight hundred to four hundred BC. There were mostly axes knives sickles. And at the end of pre, Roman, rich sites. which were maybe the most important invention of this time? Processing of iron in Peninsula began three hundred to two hundred BC. Finland has Lima nights that you get from bottoms of legs and swaps. Producing something usable. Ross tricky business, though there's a little evidence of production after Roman period all the way to Weiqing Age. It seems it was cheaper and more convenient to buy rather than make stuff yourself. Like mentioned before Finland was very much divided between the coastal and inland riches. That's I. See what was happening on the coast. Although climate worried a lot at this period when talking about farming pre Roman Iron Age is still characterized to be the final stabilization face. Farming was here to stay. Buildings where now mostly round huts? Die Mates are of six.

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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

03:43 min | 2 months ago

"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

"In wonderful savage nece! Leave the Nason off the finance. And in Beasley, poverty destitute of autumn's of horses and of homes. Their food. The common herbs. That opera skins. Their bad dear. They only hope in their autos which for want of iron. They point with bones. Thus chairman. Is April afternoon. I'm walking on cobblestones to meet a man so I can ask him a question. Question that would decide the result of my important civil rights. Let's rewind a bit. Now Romans. How always stayed with me at the back of my mind? But they're really hooked me after I read the Roman army at war, one hundred BC to two hundred ad by a triangles worthy. Boo, that is based on his PhD thesis. Is directly painted vivid picture? How Roman army which was? It same ceremony influence. Our lives steel over fifteen hundred years after the western empire is gone. Finland was having her thirty eighth parliamentary elections. I found my candidate liberal historian. But there was one more important question remaining. I see him through the crowd. He standing there hair freshly cut in wealth increase. I introduced myself. He does the same. We're talking about politics about his work. Then I ask. If, you had to choose one. which is closer to your heart? Ancient Greece! Rome. Rome, he says. I not. My Man What is the bother all allure saas from kids to adults again and again. Is it the violence, the conquests the culture. Heartily each Mary's. Aw, some combination of the more. Movies series spooks. Whole Lot has been written about them. We don't get definite answer day, but we do see little claims of. Aroma glory. An their attraction. Welcome to the history of Philip podcast. Episode Five. Romance are coming. What! Wait. Really. EARLY IRON DONATE! Five hundred BC two. Three hundred seventy five slash four hundred CE. The previous quote by Tacitus important..

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Chris Suspect

The Candid Frame

09:32 min | 2 months ago

Chris Suspect

"One of the lauwers photography at least for me is the doors can open. Being photographer has provided me access to people and communities that I might never have considered otherwise the combination of a camera and my curiosity has gifted me with meeting fascinating people and entering their world and many times. Those encounters have been especial- to me as the photographs at created. Chris suspects photography is all about that. His explorations of subcultures in the areas of music and sexuality have resulted in images. That are raw an intimate. His latest book leather boys gathers images of a segment of the gay community in and around the DC area. The story of how he gained access and his process over the years provide some valuable information for anyone taking on a long-term personal project regardless of the World. They are hoping to explore this. Is your body an ex and welcome back to the candidate frame and it was good to see. It's been a long time yet. Has I'm trying to think I guess the last time I saw you This past summer at focus on the story Ryan. I'm looking forward to talking to you. We met a couple of years back. And you're always been on my radar but it's just like as with as with so many people who I put down on my list sometimes years before I finally get them on the show but I'm glad we're funding hearing chance to sit down and chat. I do want to remind you ever. I've been on candid frame before. Are you on the panel? Yeah Yeah at Miami Straight Photography Festival but I think about it in terms of one to one conversations. Sure Yeah I had just a taste now. I get the full meal I guess. Okay okay scared me for a bit getting ready but no comment background. I found out that he come from a family. Did A lot of traveling. Your Dad was a diplomat. You were born in the Philippines. That is that is correct. I was actually adopted in the Philippines. Which is interesting and I'm definitely not Filipino. So yeah was adopted there. My family was with the State Department and my dad travel to various countries around the world. All the way up through the end of my college experience. So I've lived in Thailand Denmark Moscow London and then visited various countries for like a month or a week or whatever the entire time. Did you have any any idea in terms of your birth be? We have information get to you so I actually. When my dad passed away a couple years ago she left that to me. But I still haven't looked at it weren't well I you know. Part of it is is. My parents were my parents. I've felt adopted or not. You know it was just something. I don't know man should ask my my therapist about that but I just haven't I haven't really like I feel like I don't want to give up on. The idea of my parents are my real parents because they adopted me. And that's who cared for me you know. I'm a little scared to find out who my real parents are. What if there is life changing information there? You know who knows yeah? That's fascinating especially the fact that it's just sitting in a letter somewhere. That's well it's not. It's not just a letter. It's a whole packet with a bunch of official documents and stuff so so doing all this traveling. How did he sort of color? Your perspective in terms of when you finally came in critter life yourself here in the in the states. Well I have to say that little funny story about my first time that I remember in the United States was coming back for first grade and I could speak Danish better than it could speak English and I was held back a grade because my English language skills were not that good and then from there. I went to Thailand. I believe you know from there. I went to Moscow. Actually so I have I think a more of a kind of a like a world view of and I was friends a people of all different kinds of cultures classes races. What have you I would say was a very wholesome upbringing in terms of Having kind of a global perspective and in your early twenties you're part of a of a of a punk band music start becoming occurred of your early life so that's another a funny story I remember being in Moscow and I guess the sex pistols had come out. And this is I. Think nineteen seventy six and I guess there was a article in the New York Times or The Washington Post because we used to get that at the embassy in Moscow Mama's reading about it and she's like Chris. You wouldn't listen to that stuff would you and then and then on our First trip our trip to Helsinki Finland. We got to go to a record store in the first album. Picked up was was a clash album. Actually I didn't WanNA bring home a sex pistols but I'd done a little bit of kind of asking around the embassy like what did some of the other punk bands picked up a clash in devo album and ever since then I was kinda hooked but because I was traveling and nobody I knew played an instrument. I didn't even play an instrument and it wasn't until I got to college that I met up with some people that played instruments like one of my roommates play guitar. Who's really good? He's still actually playing today on the Jam Band Circuit and anyway so one night. We're hanging out late. It leaves the house and they're like hey play the space and I'm like I don't even know what to do. There's like follow the dots man and so I just followed what they were doing with their hands. And then I was like you. Know the hippy. Music is okay. But I'm really into punk rock. And then when I've moved back to DC after college I met up with some of the former members of the band scream. I don't scream was a big discord banned. They were banned. I really enjoyed in high school early college. And that's the band where David Grohl came from and so this is some of the other members one of the other members from scream their original drummer before girl was in the span. It was like man. This guy's awesome. I get to play with him. And that's basically how I jumped into that in. How long were you into? I played in punk bands from ninety three to two thousand and on. I'm still playing in my neighborhood so I've just been continuing that I still I still. I still play a little bit in a Plano. Reggae DUB reggae band in my in my neighborhood but I was playing. I started my own record label. I put out like twenty plus CDs with international distribution all around the world toward all over the the. Us many times so yeah. I like to travel see new places. Meeting people were using a camera. Did you document those times? Not at all? It wasn't until the birth of my son that I got a camera and that was because of my wife she was like we need to get a camera and at that time it was like I don't know if we can afford it and whatever so I got a cannon power shot and this this had been like two thousand six or so. My son was born in two thousand and five so it was a little bit after that. We we still. I think the I felt. We had the IPHONE camera which is like we need a better camera so and then are basically read the manual and then I went out just shooting around my neighborhood or wherever. Just kinda figure out figuring out all the settings and that's where I figured out like what motion blur could do and stuff like that shutter drag and that was really cool and the entire throughout my entire punk rock career. I was always going into the library or on the Internet. You later in the late nineties to find just kind of like raw images to use for flyers and that's how I kind of discovered who who we g was and Dion rbis and stuff. I didn't really look at them through photographers. I was looking more through a punk rockers. I like going. You know what? What are the photos that kind of excite me or that are weird a different? That will look really good on a flyer in peak people's interest and so I spent a lot of time in the Arlington County Public Library in their photo book section. Just kinda going through trying to find stuff and yeah and so. That's kind of so I had my and I even bought like some photo books to just to use for flyers so wasn't until I actually started work in a cameras. Like hey man I could probably make photos like those guys did in those books.

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Air pollution is already spiking in China with virus lockdown lifted

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:13 sec | 2 months ago

Air pollution is already spiking in China with virus lockdown lifted

"News the air is becoming polluted once again in China following the country's coronavirus lockdown being lifted the center for research on energy and clean air based in Finland says air pollutant levels have now overshot their pre crisis levels in China well that didn't last

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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

06:14 min | 2 months ago

"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!.

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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

08:20 min | 2 months ago

"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.

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EU could reopen borders to tourists in Covid-19 recovery plan

BBC World Service

04:03 min | 2 months ago

EU could reopen borders to tourists in Covid-19 recovery plan

"With many European borders closed because the corona virus pandemic the tourism industry already hard hit he's feeling a catastrophic summer but it's not just tourists are affected business travel has taken a hit to answer the European Commission the executive arm of the E. U. is introducing a rescue plan or roadmap today to alleviate the pressure on the economy I asked our Europe correspondent Gavin Lee how the road map could help the tourist industry the three elements to it basically it's about in the words of the the commission spokesperson at a briefing but I've had the rights of individuals for the need to rest relaxation fresh chat and see families in other countries not depends of course on the situation the commission says of how bad the extent of the virus is spreading whether it remains fairly common there isn't a second spike but what we're looking at the setting out a roadmap for tourism and travel and holidays as of this summer so some of twenty twenty I know what's and a couple of the areas includes making sure of course it's slow it's progressive there will be some kind which told of guys that if you're going on holiday somewhere in Europe there should be an indication of what all the coveted prevention strategies in each country that you might go to what all the hotel strategies and also there will be a recommendation the individual hotels start to advertise put themselves on the market in what they can offer your average tourist and holiday maker in terms of conflict prevention cleanliness ability to to sanitize things like that but that should be part of the you know the new holiday approaches for example of these old recommendations so that's one of them and the other thing is about analogs and number of countries fourteen countries have said that because of the pressure off the adult industry give you an exam well I am in Brussels the main advice here Brussels airlines have axed are they going to access a quarter will jobs a thousand staff will go into the open a third of the allied fleet will go as well all the giving money as cash back for people who need refunds for cancelled flights because of coverage the idea was to give vouchers no the EU commission will push back in the meeting today to say no you can make vouchers more attractive more appealing but that should be fundamentally principle of the rights of of somebody to have the money back instead so that service a couple of elements that are looking at as part of the the summer travel plan today so if you are within the E. U. and you want to go on holiday can you go anywhere this is a really good points on this is there are two words or phrases that you might still hear more more one is social trouble bubble a social travel bubble the second is a travel corridor so for example this Friday the Baltic states already putting the borders to each other so Estonia Latvia Lithuania what's been relatively few cases along with Finland already booked to travel in and out of each other's countries so for example Estonia relies on tourists from Finland forty percent of its tourists come up from that so this is a big thing and that will mean free movement for all of those people the Swiss national broadcast today have suggested that they will announce later on that the internal borders between Switzerland Austria Germany and France would also reopen for total travel between them so the idea is that that you you've got almost a either social bubble of of those countries innocent people in those countries going on holiday that briefly travel corridors was put to the E. U. yesterday by my Danish Coley there's been talk of Denmark for example saying that they've had a few cases could I have a simple flight path to Greece was also a few cases the commission says that will be up to member states but they will not recommend it and they would also not recommend quarantine if you fly somewhere but you should have to stay fourteen days in a hotel they said there should be no need for that with the way prevention for coverage I should in theory take place on the grounds of get home sometimes as washing it

Malta's ambassador to Finland quits after comparing Angela Merkel to Hitler

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Malta's ambassador to Finland quits after comparing Angela Merkel to Hitler

"Malta's ambassador to Finland has resigned after comparing the German Chancellor Angela Merkel to Adolf Hitler Michael Zammit to Boehner reportedly posted on social media. That seventy five years ago. We stopped Hitler. Who Will Stop Angela? Merkel she has fulfilled Hitler's dream to control Europe. Germany is expected to receive an

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International Fighter Competitions

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

06:37 min | 3 months ago

International Fighter Competitions

"We're here to talk about. International fighter competitions and went to a presentation by till group analysts. Richard Lafia way back in January. Seems like another time but he talked about how this year in particular when it comes to aviation across all sectors. The fighter market is the hottest one going Tony. You recently wrote in Aviation Week of how the German fighter competition which is extraordinarily interesting right now and getting complicated by the industrial base implosion caused by Kovin. Why don't you tee up? The situation. What Germany has seemingly decided where that might be headed hodge of high listeners? I Yeah No. It's really a intriguing situation. So the whole German watch procurement has been complicated by its continuing interest in providing deterrence capability. Tonight so couple of years ago Jim. Nfl's chief said we won't buy the F. Eddie five the French came on and said if you pursue a thirty five by we're going to kick you out the future Combat Air System so the Germans are sort of panicked. They got rid of the thirty five out the shortlist and then basically cut their list down to Eurofighter and the F eighteen Super Hornet and then last week the German Defence Minister. A K K issues known announced that she was proposing a by. All of Typhoon Eurofighters call him in Germany and the Super Hornet and several growlers principle being that the Super Hornets provide that jewell capable aircraft. That would drop the Nuke Eurofighters would do the rest of the work to replace the Tornado. Tornado is currently the only European aircraft a European built aircraft. That can drop the be sixty one this the jewel weapon that's in several NATO bases across Europe so Jimmy wants to replace the Tornado. We've both the Super Hornet and the Eurofighter. But it's created a political storm. There's now talk about Germany's future as a nuclear deterrent nation. And this is sort of push to try and make this decision will push this decision making for this at back into tour. Twenty twenty two twenty twenty three. So it's a it's a bit of a mess for Jimmy. Which way do you think it's going to go? Do you think they'll stay on their current track or will the German government be swayed by Airbus's argument that its industrial base will be irreparably harmed by the purchase of American fighters of US would not particularly impressed? They call this a compromise to fall on it. Would irreparably damage the gym. Defense Industry Knife propose a compromise deal where all the typhoons would be contracted this year. The only way they feel that they can go on I think given how controversial the Super Hornet buyers and ongoing participation in the NATO deterrent. I think it's going to be a real difficult issue for the next election. I think it'd be a real discussion point for Germany country. That doesn't really like spending on. New Equipment is hard see. Also the Super Hornet being a effective deterrents carrying platform in the twenties thirties and forties. When when it will be in service I think a lot of nations will be questioning. Germany's judy to this mission. In the coming is Steve. Did you have something to add to that? While it just like. Tony said a couple years ago that move by France and Airbus really to exclude the F. Thirty five from this competition. I mean that's that's really where this comes in. Because the F thirty five is being primed as the US and European dual-capable capable aircraft in the US has started the integration process for the B. Sixty one Dash twelve the latest version with the improved tail kit with improve navigation and guidance for this nuclear bomb that should be delivered in the end service. Data's in twenty twenty five a got several of the European forces that are participating in that mission are using that aircraft For that purpose. Obviously it's got some of the Elo characteristics and strike characteristics that you that you'd want for delivering nuclear ordinance in if that ever comes to be an even as a deterrent. It's it's very effective so I mean that that is the the big issue now of course neither a typhoon or the Super Hornet or qualified today to carry the B. Sixty one you know so that would be required for there. Be An integration required. A process from car for both of them. Of course Boeing can point to the fact that the original F. Eighteen Hornet was qualified to carry the B sixty one. Fatf is you know a substantial modification of their aircraft. But they're familiar with the process that it would be something you'd have to add completely new to the typhoon platform. I wanted to swing over to Finland. Tony you've been tracking the Finnish fighter competition. They spent the early part of this year testing the various contenders for that. How long is that competition going to take to unfold? And which way do they seem to be leaning at this point if only it was as predictable as trying to figure out way they were leaning. Finland's processes quite different to the every other fighter competition. I've seen covered in the last few years since have been aviation week when he's gone is is a process where there's no comparisons are made between the aircraft. They test them. Although then simulate the aspects that they have been able to evaluate verify and then they'll put that into a war game at the end of this year and that will be the deciding factor in which platform. They will go ahead and choose and that decision will come in. In twenty twenty one so got the five main Western fighter jet to Typhoon Griffin Rafael Super Hornet and the thirty five. 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COVID 19 Travel News

The World Nomads Podcast

09:23 min | 3 months ago

COVID 19 Travel News

"Welcome to the war nomads podcast. We'll be keeping you up to date travelers information about Coronado answering some uplifting news views to inspire you and keeping smiling took I. It's true with you. Those topics energy analyst in lockdown in Paris. Thought I feel Italy. What is happening on? Well social distancing and wearing masks is still required in Italy. It has said child to lockdown while at least most of their structures there in face to of locked down where they can leave their homes for less urgent reasons including exercising impacts and visiting relatives and some of those people have been locked emphasis being like eight ten weeks. Jesus came to get outside. Wouldn't you? Yeah we'll what other? Headlines have forced to speaking of face masks it's now compulsory to wear a face mask on. Moist. Us Airlines American Airlines United Delta and Frontier Airlines. Join jetblue in the order. Look after initially signed Feis Moss provided protection the CDC changed its mind and recommends they used to prevent people who are affected. But don't know it from spreading the corona virus hints. The idea of wearing face masks when you are apply no in the terminal a look speaking of American Airlines. They've posted a whopping two point. Two billion dollar loss for the three months of the years I fought but that saying it's not the end for the add that side. I've got six point. Eight billion in the quantity for the current quarter and government is another Money that's coming in. I reckon they'll rise that to eleven billion in liquidity into the second quarter so then Guyana and talked soon we would hook. One of the world's most popular tourist sites has had a ninety nine point five percent drop in visits in April. It's Cambodia's ankle what which normally takes in seven million dollars a month in phase but with just six hundred fifty visitors last month the takings were poultry thirty thousand dollars to there that suicide for that economy. Yes they rely on older people all around ankle. What who yes yes. That's that's not even taking into account that loss of money for all of those people there as we NI- tourism and travel with temperatures of GDP. This people survive exactly but pre convert remember though talks that they were going to restrict the number of visitors to anchor. What because of tourism. Yeah two point six million people in las GSA. It's probably yeah. It's bad for the people who try to make a livelihood from around it but You know maybe it's time to reset on those things in control nights. I love finally. I've got some good corona virus needs for you Beijing's Forbidden City is. I've been to the public for the first time. Since January twenty fifth Visited THEY TEMPERATURE. Take him when they come in and I have to show that. They are covered free and healthy vira verification. App on their fine and there's a sign of things to come in the future. I think we're all going to have to get something some sort of verification that we covered fray before we can go into public places in travel bets the new. GonNa use air quotes new normal. You know they got. I can't I lane. Show is a journalist and photographer. Who prior to the pandemic would travel nine months out of the year beautiful? But he's currently in lockdown in Paris. I lived here for the past five years in so I it feels like home and gives them American. I didn't want to be in the US with the healthcare. They have it kind of sucks because most of my family's stuck in Seattle in it's been just messed it. Actually you doesn't yeah So Seattle was one of the first places where it was pretty bad or like Seattle area So I have like neighbors who are doctors who have their first doctors to fall. Ill And I was back home in February. Visiting my parents can also do an assignment and I had an injection and I try to go see a doctor. And it was the prices just exorbitant. Like thousand two hundred dollars just to get a doctor to look at my. I get a prescription so I just can't even imagine what it's like to deal with co bit right now as an American. So you're in lockdown which means you can't even go to restaurants and enjoy food no so everything is closed except for the essentials. They're quite strict about it. Because the cops. I live in the center of Paris and the cops have been actively I guess. Checking with people I went out yesterday for the first time because my laptop screen shattered on over the weekend. Which is so unfortunate. Never happened once. My life and Apple France has no way of fixing it side to find like a third party person of exit and I went out for the first time yesterday and it was terrifying. Explain that what was terrifying about it. I I'm reporting a lot of stuff for US news source new sites right now and so. I'm really up to date with like everything. Cove it And so I was reading a report from Finland about how like even sixteen might not be enough of distance. So it's a bike a four kilometers away yesterday to drop off my and people outside. Were not respecting social distancing A lot of people aren't wearing masks. Their parts of the city with half open produce shops and it was filled with people I was biking to dodge other people on the streets. A lot of cars have stopped respecting driving rules. I don't drive never driven in my life so I don't know what they are but I know for a fact. You should not be you turning wherever you want. I was on my bike. Like dodging cars as well It just seems very foreign world outside. It's society I don't recognize anymore now. You're also photographer. Are you documenting any of this? Not only for you sort of personal history but the back in the US. So I did a story. Few weeks ago for business insider about the first few days of walk down so yes I was documenting actively I'm still shooting from my window I just. I don't feel comfortable at all going outside. I've severe asthma even before this started like I'm always sick with like my lungs. I I just don't want to be outside right now I'm trying my best. I have a food diary with those going on of the foods. I'm eating at home Documenting life in my fifty square meters apartment as much as I can buy also fell like this crippling anxiety Trying my best to balance it out and I've been reading a lot about like why creatives don't feel very productive right now or anyone. Actually I was reading about grief at the beginning of how we're grieving like the old world and society we used to know. That's a bit much but now I've really under I think that's what it is like. I go through these weird cycles. I've never experienced really before. The other part is that my partner and I are in lockdown together. And he's a very logical person in. He's just doing what he has to do going to work from his off from our couch every day on like he's just like it's out of my control whereas I'm like spires really on my own. How do you think travel is going to change? Eilly the thing. The weird thing is that I travel so much so in the past three or four years. I've graduated from photography school. I was travelling like nine months of the year. And it's weird. I have like a background in conservation. Biology some all about being ECO friendly. I was just like Kinda gross out by how much I was traveling. Bozo where the The travel world was heading towards it was just too much like all these people taking weekend trips like for me. Traveling is about really understanding place and it requires time and so I told all editors I would not be traveling as much this year and so for me. It feels just like the perfect storm like I now don't have to explain to everyone. I'm not traveling as much. I've ING moving forward. We won't be traveling as much. We'll be chopping in a more thoughtful way. Which is a good thing definitely. I'm worried about all the people I've written about who works who make their income off tourism. That's one of the scariest things for me. And I have lots of family. Also still in Korea and Korea's kind of ahead of everyone else with the pandemic I would say and even they who have mostly under control people aren't moving as much So I think we won't be traveling for like a good year until the viruses totally controlled which means we have a cure or vaccine.

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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

07:50 min | 3 months ago

"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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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

08:18 min | 3 months ago

"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

"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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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

"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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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

05:41 min | 3 months ago

"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

"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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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

08:16 min | 3 months ago

"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

"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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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

04:47 min | 3 months ago

"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

"Two. Hots and Sarah Mix five, thousand, two, hundred to three, thousand, two hundred BC. Middle. Period. So today we continue our journey. Last time of an insular got her first inhabitants, and most of the violent will settled. Only culture that we briefly mentioned whilst so much out of a culture. I remember. The guys and girls that brought us new tools. Bulk double and bevelled hits. They lived mostly on coastal regions. This episode will rush on all of the cultures, but the name them all. Would be too difficult to follow boring and pointless for our purposes anyway. Espresso without visual AIDS. Of what kind of ceramics different cultures produced and how different of each other? So, we'RE NOT GONNA book on details of different setup and cultures. We're going. Take More General Bird's eye view of things. Also include everything on show notes, so the interesting listeners can do their own more detailed digging on the mother. Today. Recovered the early and middle nail ethic periods, and continue to the end of Neolithic and beginning of Bronze Age on our next episode. But. Let's kick things off with another story. Barilla leaves a peaceful life in southwestern Finland. I don't three thousand nine hundred BC. In a small nomadic tribes of thirty members. Live an hunt so that weeks in the same place on at the surplus catch. On the savage bought for, the coming winter. While they have a nomadic lifestyle, they still buried their dead where they happen to be at the time. But then. They move along. Their small tribe achieve and they are famous for rock paintings. They banned things like bolts with people in them on different animals. The paintings are believed to bring good hunting lock. And it's a good way to express themselves. and. This is how prayer spends her early life. She's the only living sibling of family. Paul Partha practice dot in clashes with other thrives on. Her sister passed away. Do some illness. Once in a while to get traders from other types or even religious from father away. Today. She meets one such trailer. Modern Styling Mousse as offers to amber jewelry and different ceramic. He shows them the her on in cooled Hollywood fashion. They fall in love and before more realizes. He has that behind of his pond. Does bend somewhere with previous tribe. Submarines ending. Pre asks her chief if she might go unle- Lee with more to his village. Chief Chris. After small celebrations around bonfire. Travelled together from southwestern Phelan to author botany. There she's wonderful new things. Real houses that along and how Ju- entrances. Even have luck. Fundation unto halts so that I'll warm even twitter. Rich to different to. He has something on his wrists. That's pretty awesome of seen before. More is not sure what they are Putt. His says it something called copper. Pretty on the less. Daily happily together until pre-race giving birth that fourth chart. Now some complications and seed is. More. Peres hurt their cemetry. She's.

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"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

The History of Finland Podcast

06:47 min | 3 months ago

"finland" Discussed on The History of Finland Podcast

"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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Hook, Line, and Sink-Her: A History of Fishnets

Dressed: The History of Fashion

07:26 min | 4 months ago

Hook, Line, and Sink-Her: A History of Fishnets

"Berry wrote to US last month with the following an inquiry. And I'm quoting him. He says my wife and I have very different. Connotations we see fishnets I primarily. Associate them with burlesque and showgirls. But she remembers wearing them as a young girl in the nineteen sixties and primarily associates them with much younger girls and more innocent fashion. What's the history of Fishnets as a fashion accessory and that Berry is a great question and an inquiry that I immediately jumped on and it took me way back into unexpected and quite frankly unchartered territory for myself. This might not come as a surprise to our listeners but fishnets are of course athlete named after Fishing Nets School. The obvious yes April. It's been awhile since. We've put our dress. Detective hats on. Oh I see where we're going with this if you wouldn't mind grabbing yours a we are heading back in history actually quite far back maybe the farthest we've ever gone we're going back. Twenty eight thousand. I think we might need more than a half for that up. But I'm ready whenever you. I'm so sorry to disappoint you. Dress listeners but women were not in fact wearing fishnets. Twenty eight thousand years ago that we have evidence however in two thousand eighteen archaeologist and South Korea found fourteen limestone sinkers so basically these weights that have these grooves and them that indicated that they would have been tied to fishing at these extent. Sinkers are believed to be anywhere from twenty eight thousand five hundred and fifty. I love how precise date is to twenty nine thousand four hundred sixty years old and this discovery actually added nineteen thousand years to the earliest known use of fishing nets. My mind is officially blown. A little pink. Yeah and Fishing. Nets are essentially fibers nodded into an open structure resembling a grid. They've been used by cultures all over the world for thousands and thousands of years obviously and while the net attached to those thinkers that cash. Just mentioned doesn't survive. There are some really really old net. Set still do. The entry net found an entry of Finland is one of the oldest extant fishing nets in the world dating to around eighty four fifty BC E. And what is especially fascinating? Is that the same technology used to make these early fishing nets more or less is still in use today which is amazing and while our fish nets might be made of different fibers. They basically exists in the same form as they would have thousands or even tens of thousands of years ago but when did fishing nets you know this simple impractical device used for catching fish cast become fish nets that we all know and some of US wear today. Well this was not as easy and answered track down as I was hoping although I am grateful to pass dress guests Karen Been Horan. Who pointed me to our earliest visual source not eighty four hundred BC early but fifteen hundred to fifteen twenty ad early so you know five hundred years ago carrying authored a book with Jane Merrill called. She's got legs a history of hemlines and fashion and in the book they feature an image of an Italian jar from the walters. Art Museum in Baltimore which depicts a woman wearing these calf-high stockings which basically we can describe as fishnet stockings. And will yeah. It's pretty cool and it you are. Maybe we'll post it. And this is a painted image so not an extent example of fish nets but we have little else to go on except that the artists took their inspiration from somewhere. So maybe somewhere someone wearing These actual calf-high fishnet stockings. But the question is were women wearing fishnets in sixteenth century Italy. We might not have hard and fast evidence that they were but this is around the time. That scholars generally agree that lace a handmade openwork fabric was first being developed and really implemented into dress in Europe. And I know you're thinking lace fishnets lace fishnets. Well stay with us here. You know there are essentially two different types of lace and there can be many variations of those two types but the main two types are needle lace which includes a single needle and thread or uses a single needle and thread and there's also bobbin lace which involves multiple threads on Bobbins and they get braided together crossed over into many number of patterns so while we often associate lace with its intricate. Floral patterning of the foundation or the ground of this patterning is frequently a net. So if you look at the ground of. Let's say Valentine's lace. You will see that it's a square or diamond mesh or like an openwork very similar albeit smaller size to what we associate with fish net. So there's there's there's usually a net background on lace or a lot of lace. Yeah in the same can be said for filet lace April where patterning is achieved by embroidery on a knotted net ground so emphasis on the nodded. Because we just referenced this in relation to the construction of fishing nets and in fact fillet work is thought to have developed directly out of the fishing net which would have been owned by any number of European communities to which it would have been an indispensable tool. It's not far fetched to imagine that an enterprising woman might have recognized its potential value as a textile and began experimenting with decorative effects that being said cast all of these places. We just mentioned. Were being produced at this time entirely by hand which was incredibly time intensive and highly meticulous in this process and this meant that laces were prohibitively. Expensive all better few and because of this they really became status symbols and it is because of this reason that we have so many amazing portrait's from the sixteenth seventeenth eighteenth and nineteenth centuries that have these incredibly detailed depictions of lace. These men and women wanted to show off their lace right. They're literally wearing their wealth On their clothing and and it was an important that that the the porteous relayed that to the viewer but while we see the origins of an open net patterning lace of this period. I still had a really hard time finding any evidence of handmade lace net stockings. An I surmise. That these pieces were just too valuable to us as a garment that in addition to not being seen what have been subjected to the wear and tear a practical use. Because they're on your feet. You Walk on your feet for women to even begin to consider wearing net as a footwear fashion accessory to things appear to have had to have happened. I saw one lace net. How become affordable and thus more disposable and to as an impractical garment because you know fish nets fishnet tights are nothing if not a novelty? They really have to be seen to be appreciated. It's not like they're keeping you warm or anything like

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Clean Your Android

All About Android

03:17 min | 4 months ago

Clean Your Android

"Of course the The the mobile phone and android world has been affected by a covert one. Thousand Nine Hundred Krona viruses affectionately known as the entire world is kind of going under lockdown for that Really interesting to see the ramifications of the things that have impacted The Mobile Tech World. I up Samsung actually offering through their Samsung Service. Centers and Galaxy experience stores in nineteen countries A service to disinfect. Your smartphone You've probably read online already. In addition to washing your hands for twenty seconds and All the other things you can do to protect yourself Cleaning and disinfecting. Your phone is important because phones can grab a little things and you carry them with the stick to your face. That's pretty bad So if you are Samsung owner of a phone you can bring them into one of their Their service centers and they will clean your smartphone using UV light Which will kill all bacteria and viruses on surface on cer- on the surface of the phone and it's basically a free service that's going to be available to all customers. In nineteen countries United States Argentina Chile Croatia Denmark Finland Japan Korea Malaysia New Zealand Norway Pakistan Peru Poland Russia Spain Sweden Ukraine and Vietnam I I think this is great. And it's a service to offer to people accept that requires you go to the store. Which now is kind of against the thing I'm wiping my phone net. At every chance I get or you guys take any precautions to to keep your phones clean. Go ahead mister shown. Yeah the yeah the show. Yeah I've been trying to keep mine clean good. I work from home. So it's not as much of a concern. But whenever I get a chance I tried to wipe it down at least and you know a swap out cases because I have the ability to do that because I'm overloaded with cases over here but yeah is important and I think Samsung doing great especially because it's not just Samsung phones at least according to One of the support pages. I just hope it is. It will keep going even though you know stores are being shut down. If they're not essential link the grocery stores and stuff but I hope that It'll keep going because it's something that people are definitely need to him hines. Es It's the kind of service he can't turn people away for so. I'm glad that they're if not just Samsung. Owners are limited to it. And what precautions. Are you taking well for me here in the PRUITT? How so we have similar to. What Samsung Issues? We have Foam soap is just a box that has UV light in it. And you stick your phone in it. Close live walk away in about sixty seconds or two minutes later. It's it's tentative in a New York. Pet that device for a couple years now and we tried to use it. You know to heating and air kind of thing but now we're really trying to push the habit of using something like this phone soap device because it doesn't take a lot of effort other than just being mindful to satisfy sanitize your devices because these things could get pretty filthy especially if you have you know teenage boys like I do. We all know how disgusted teenage boys can be

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"finland" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"finland" Discussed on Citation Needed

"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.

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