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Fresh update on "leonardo da vinci" discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

00:33 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "leonardo da vinci" discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"Now what are we going to do with that. Many of these toolkits right whether it's familiarity with the algorithms right in some respects the recipes of computer science or those types of technologies and then sort of biochemical or genetic fluency. I think that those very often go increasingly hand in hand right i. I was looking at a list earlier today from two thousand seven. Which was one of those lists to see a lot right. The one hundred greatest living geniuses and this is from two thousand seven one must keep in mind because we have someone at least one has passed away. I think tim burners. Lee is still with us but the first place. This is from the daily telegraph. So what you may have the daily telegraph. The the first place position was tied between tim. Burners lee who is. I suppose best known as a computer scientists who was one of the inventors code enters of the worldwide web. Brilliant man and yes. He is still living at his confirmed. And albert hoffman. A name people may not recognize who was the first person to synthesize lsd twenty-five also soul sivan and many other things like hydrogen which is used for cognitive function and age related dementia. See you have a computer scientist. And a chemist side by side and. i think there's just gonna increasingly be the case. You mentioned proteins. We're gonna have protein folding and how proteins fold is a is a big problem that that computers do very well with. Let's let's move to the personal jennifer doubt nna. There are few phrases that i picked out of what you said. Nobility of scientists so there are noble scientists and then there are ignoble. Scientists simple experiments. What made what makes jennifer special right because there are a lot of scientists and just like in the in the field of medicine where like. Md's joke among a lot of my doctor friend's pass equals medical doctor in other words. There's the kind of the madness likely. So what makes her special. You know you write a lot about performance in creativity. And i have found that simplest component of it is curiosity you know jennifer down there was persistently obsessively and joyfully curious. Even growing up in hawaii. She touch a piece of what's called sleeping grass and it would curl up and she kept wondering. Why does it happen. Why does it call. And she'd look at the spirals of the sea shells and she'd say how does an animal create that and when i saw that she was doing that i realized. Leonardo davinci did the same thing with spirals and shells and curls and trying to figure it out and you can see even in the mona lisa her curls so that curiosity about everyday things like i'm looking out now new orleans and there's the bluest of blue skies people who are curious as well. Why is the sky blue. Leonardo da vinci asset einstein and jennifer down. Ask questions like that so not outgrowing. Our wonder years being able to stay relentlessly curious. That's what caused jennifer dow the keep saying all right. I've just seen this thing. But how does it really work. What inside of our bodies of our molecules of cells that causes this to work and she discovers some of the key clues of how things work one of which is the structure of molecules. How the structure of our anna allows it to build certain proteins. Until i think if i were to say how can you be creative as a scientist for that matter as a musician or athlete it would be be curious about everything all walks of life arts and sciences technology in the humanities. That's which steve jobs dead. He had one foot in the arts another foot in technology and he did not make a distinction between those two. That's what leonardo's with trivia and man is about. It's a work of art and it's a work of science and he didn't make a distinction between those two and for jennifer dowd. She doesn't make a great distinction between the life sciences and the humanities and by being curious about all things she's able to see the patterns in nature for you to to comment a bit more on this particular species of curiosity And there is no ask is that there are many scientists out there and there are many diligent hard-working scientists out there but few are able to achieve with jennifer and her collaborators. Have been able to achieve. Furthermore i would say that Science is great for a lot of things. Scientific method is excellent for testing hypotheses. It doesn't really offer you a feel safe way of generating good hypotheses right. So we she just asking better questions that lift to hear you come in on any or all of that. She asked better questions but most importantly she cared about curiosity driven science what we call basic scientists sometimes scientists and for that matter people in the world of tack are always keeping their eye on the application and i make something useful right. How can i make money out of it. My book is about a group of scientists who discover a natural phenomenon of crisper which is just a basic science curiosity which is hey. I've looked at bacteria and they have clustered repeated sequences in their dna. They're tied to explain those cluster repeated sequences yet dubbed crisper. Nobody was looking to create a gene editing tool and initially. They weren't looking for things. Like how do we protect yogurt cultures from being attacked by virus although it turns out to be useful for that they were driven by curiosity. Sure curiosity to pursue basic science and then the applications follow one day. Jennifer down has finally cracked the code of how crisper works in bacteria to fight off liars and she makes it work in a test tube so that it can cut a piece of dna at a designated spot. That experiment was done just out of basic science research curiosity but the minute they succeeded. They looked at themselves in the lab. And they said this could be a tool to edit our genes so the advice is don't always look for how it's going to be applied be curious about the basic science and at some point the usefulness and the applications will follow you have written about profiled act biographer of quite a few people if you had to compare jennifer to previous subjects. Who is she most similar to. And in what ways. She's similar to benjamin franklin because she's curious about a wide variety of things but then also and here's a key part of the book our about at a certain point after she has a nightmare.

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Fresh update on "leonardo da vinci" discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

00:33 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "leonardo da vinci" discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Mentioned just a moment ago are you uttered a line that i wrote down because i quite like it. And that is the molecule. Become the new microchip and we're talking about biotech generations. And perhaps the differences between what we consider coding education or even just passing coding familiarity knowing the the high level concepts. Even if you are not a coder yourself and it makes me think of a conversation. I'm not going to mention this person by name. Because i don't think this was public. But very well known co-founder a large company. Everyone would recognize. Who's very involved with conversations around the promises or potential threats of artificial intelligence and before he has a conversation with anyone about a he asks them if they have studied computer science question number one and number two if they have kids and if they can't answer yes to both of those who just refuses to have the conversation because and the having kids is relevant because it forces in many people a longer term perspective and just a longer time horizon for considering the consequences of certain things so if someone i'm just saying This hypothetical leave now or five years ago would have been put into computer science. Wanna one with learning. Who knows what. I'm not a coder. But ruby or perl or god knows what language they end up learning at some point. What does the education look like for someone who wants to better understand the molecule as the new microchip. Actually i think it's even simpler. I i think that the molecule in the life science or something. We all more intuitively understand. Certainly when you do computer science it's not about rubio ruby on rails or perl script or anything like that. It's about the al-gharib it's about thinking sequentially step by step logically so that you can do a computer program. That's important thing you have to rock if you're gonna understand how computers were but with the life sciences with genetic coding. It's simply that you have to understand that. We have three billion base pairs of letters in our dna. You don't have to know them. You don't have to read you. Know the human genome project study. You just have to know that certain segments of these in code what we call a gene. We're now able to map on our dna. A lot of those genes. the genes at do simple things like cause sickle cell. Anemia or caused blue eyes and the question becomes logically. How can you do things that makes use of the molecules in our body to create things that we want such as antibodies to fight a virus. Or to stop your blood from creating sickle cells. That are dangerous. So i don't think you need to know the four letters of dna or the similar but slightly different four letters of orion. Hey but you do need to know that. Dna in code dark jeans and then aren is actually the cooler molecule. It actually does some work done just curate information. It takes that information and goes the manufacturing region of ourselves and build a protein. And you say okay. What type of proteins do we want. Antibodies for a virus. Let's build that proteins that will make our blood healthier. Let's do that. And so just this general concept of how our bodies work i think is useful whether you're an athlete or creative person or just somebody who wants to be part of society and it's not that complicated. You don't need to know a whole lot of boolean algebra or math in order to do life sciences. You just need to know this central dogma. Biology that our genes turn r. m. a. into worker bees that bill protein ourselves. Okay now what are we going to do with that. Many of these toolkits right whether it's familiarity with the algorithms right in some respects the recipes of computer science or those types of technologies and then sort of biochemical or. I think that those very often go increasingly hand in hand right i. I was looking at a list earlier today. From two thousand seven which was at one of those lists to see a lot right the hundred greatest living geniuses and this is from two thousand seven one must keep in mind because we have someone at least one has passed away. I think tim burners. Lee is still with us but the first place. This is from the daily telegraph. So what you may have the daily telegraph. The the first place position was tie between tim. Burners lee who is best known as a computer scientists who was one of the inventors code enters of the worldwide web. Brilliant man and yes. He is still living at his confirmed. And albert hoffman. A name people may not recognize who was the first person to synthesize lsd twenty-five also soul sivan and many other things like hydrogen which is used for cognitive function and age related dementia. See you have a computer scientist. And a chemist side by side and. i think there's just gonna increasingly be the case. You mentioned proteins. We're gonna have protein folding and how proteins fold is a is a big problem that that computers do very well with. Let's let's move to the personal jennifer doubt nna. There are few phrases that i picked out of what you said. Nobility of scientists so there are noble scientists and then there are ignoble. Scientists simple experiments. What made what makes jennifer special right because there are a lot of scientists and just like in the in the field of medicine where like. Md's joke among a lot of my doctor friend's pass equals medical doctor in other words. There's the kind of the madness likely. So what makes her special. You know you write a lot about performance in creativity. And i have found that simplest component of it is curiosity you know jennifer down there was persistently obsessively and joyfully curious. Even growing up in hawaii. She touch a piece of what's called sleeping grass and it would curl up and she kept wondering. Why does it happen. Why does it call. And she'd look at the spirals of the sea shells and she'd say how does an animal create that and when i saw that she was doing that i realized. Leonardo davinci did the same thing with spirals and shells and curls and trying to figure it out and you can see even in the mona lisa her curls so that curiosity about everyday things like i'm looking out now new orleans and there's the bluest of blue skies people who are curious as well. Why is the sky blue. Leonardo da vinci asset einstein and jennifer down. Ask questions like that so not outgrowing. Our wonder years being able to stay relentlessly curious..

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Fresh update on "leonardo da vinci" discussed on Good For You

Good For You

01:25 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "leonardo da vinci" discussed on Good For You

"This is really sensation that is kuni unfamiliar kind of on the way. It's like tickle pain. You know people are tickling you and you. Don't want them to tickle you and your sex and they're not related you know that's not just me like you to you can never tickling you and it like hurts but you're laughing so they don't know to stop i think that's it. Yeah i think we got it. You've had enough of smelling my phone. She's like. I don't know. I know i did not think to like wash my feet. I thought i was going to back on my shoulder. Who put it against up. And that's your dead. I mean look at his very artsy. It is very. It's like miro painting or like a jackson. Pawlak that you did. I just fuck it no. It doesn't i just got it all over the table. I do need to go over it again. We have to do something for january. If you're not if you're not doing the bottom of your phone. I'll do the bottom my other foot. Why don't we do. I need to go unless you like it like this. I think we should go over it again. Okay okay. you're the you're the ex. I can't see it wait wait. I can't even see it. I trust you for by the way. I know it's weird. I really like her and were like old new friends. You're a stranger to me. i mean. I don't really know you know what i mean. Yeah i know wild while marking you for life. Life doesn't it fade on the bottom. I love it. You're like it's fine when you guys have your epic public falling out it'll fade. Don't cover tour okay. Think i think. I know i say that every time but i think that's good you never know. Artists never done only abandoned. Who said that leonardo da vinci michelangelo. Sorry you didn't know either so cake here we go. What looks good ladies and gentlemen. We don't see gender feet. My feet are so disgusting. Maybe this is like helping with a healing like me embracing. That's so cute. Cute kisses getting pretty. We do is healthy with it. Yes i do. You want to look at them. Really need to go over it. I think i should really rather. There's one.

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Italian police find stolen copy of Leonardo 'Salvator Mundi'

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Italian police find stolen copy of Leonardo 'Salvator Mundi'

"Italian police say they recovered a painting believed to be a copy of Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator mundi police say the keeper of the painting a priest at the church in Naples was not the way it should be taken away all stolen they found the missing picture in an apartment and the owner who was arrested on suspicion of possession of stolen goods told the police he bolted at the flea market Leonardo's original Salvator mundi was sold for more than four hundred fifty million dollars at a Christie's auction in twenty seventeen the company is believed to be from the early sixteenth century I made by Leonardo's peoples according to a note to the back of the painting I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

04:01 min | 2 months ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Today in Focus

"No one knew when the auction ended. Who the winning bidder was and is very unlikely that winning bidder wanted his identity to be outed his book the last leonardo drawn from our interviews with people across the art world. Tell the story of a painting that may be a masterpiece by leonardo da vinci. A tool now. It is the greatest guessing game in the art world. Today who bought salvador mundi christie's of course say who the is only saying that quote the bids came from all over the world. They can from the guardian. I'm rachel humphries. Today in focus. How the salvator mundi.

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Leonardo!

The Past and the Curious

04:40 min | 6 months ago

Leonardo!

"To. The Renaissance, Oh Italy, how you have suffered through the darkness of the Middle Ages, and now here we are standing on the cusp of a new era where we will turn our minds to nature. Humans, and the world striving to understand how it all works, congratulations to us all. We've made it. This speech is not even remotely real though it was very well delivered. Thank you very much money, but it is easy to mistake this sentiment as something that people at the time might have actually felt. Most likely no one at the time realized that a new era, the renaissance had begun in the year fourteen hundred it's not like a giant switch flipped flooding the so called dark, ages with the bright light of the renaissance like US folks were just living their lives day to day. Most people will probably never even realized that the world was changing in such tremendous ways. It took historians to do that our story centers around Italy which in the early eighteen hundreds became the center of the renaissant. which radiated to the world the term renaissance refers to a time period that brought a new focus on philosophy and the arts sciences, understanding of the world and the mathematics behind it, and also a humans place in it. All like all other times it was also a period filled with wars and conflict because you know people right but it was a period of great advancement and achievement. Some of the greatest the world has ever known. The most famous and probably most important figure from this time and place was a left handed polymath who is unmarried and socially mismatched parents didn't even pay for him to be educated. Luckily for him and for the rest of us, he was really smart and he worked hard to keep getting smarter. No one could argue about his genius, His name was Leonardo Da Vinci. As. A young boy without the means for an Education Leonardo took advantage of the apprentice system in Italy, his natural ability with art and strong grasp of geometry and math, which she somehow learned without ever actually going to school earned him a spot as an apprentice to an artist in Florence named Ferruccio. Broke Yo is a leading painter and sculptor an his workshop near the Arno River Leonardo rose from sweeping the floors and mixing paints to working side by side with his master. It was not uncommon for an apprentice to handle much of the actual painting in a workshop and Leonardo was no different much of the painted onto canvases signed by Rubio was actually put there by Leonardo in fourteen seventy two at only twenty years of age Davinci officially became a master himself. This meant he could accept commissions for his own work which he did this how you made money. But he also found patronage or support from powerful political leaders. He moved to Milan to work under the Duke of Milan a man named sports. He originally got sports as attention by making him a lute from a horse go and silver. Which is pretty Nedal for being honest. This horse had instrument must have worked because sports decided to pay him a bunch of money. For Seventeen years in Milan, he made statues designed architectural features, created models and drawings. The even painted the masterpiece the last supper on the wall of the Monastery of Santa Maria. Della GRADS E. In addition to all of this, he was learning about the anatomy of living creatures, including people. Of course, do this he had to dissect cadavers or dead bodies? And to get these, he had to dig them up when no one was looking. Just pretty gross, but people learned a lot from his willingness to get his hands dirty. Honestly he was kind of a Rockstar people wanted to hire him for everything and he honestly left a lot of jobs unfinished because more. We're always coming his way. But when he did finish something, people would rush to see it and flocks like we might do for a concert or a Broadway show today. As. If this wasn't enough he was also designing some of the most incredible technology. The world has ever seen. Remember he was a polymath an expert at many thanks. Most of his designs were never actually built like a helicopter and a tank, a diving suit and a super mega gigantic crossbow. These just existed as detailed drawings in his many notebooks filled with a never ending flow of ideas.

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The Latest: Vacationers arriving in Rome get virus tests

Leo Laporte

00:18 sec | 7 months ago

The Latest: Vacationers arriving in Rome get virus tests

"Vacationers arriving in Rome from four Mediterranean countries have lined up with their suitcases at the Leonardo date of Leonardo da Vinci Airport. Excuse me to be immediately tested for covert 19 Last week, Italy's help minister issued an ordinance requiring those tests for all travelers. Arriving in the country from Croatia, Greece, Malta or

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A Tuscan Staycation - burst 03

The Maria Liberati Show

01:49 min | 8 months ago

A Tuscan Staycation - burst 03

"Even if I am not always their body, it is the place that seems to have invented the very idea of the casual but elegant simple, but sophisticated picnic grilling is part of the summer fair and Tuscany, but where else could day old bread be Sushi? US IN PANS Annella Salad? It is so uber tasty with a dash of Tuscan, olive oil, fresh tomatoes, fresh basil, and paired with a glass of Chianti were Brunello, but you don't have to venture to Tuscany, too. Tuscan try at Tuscany. homestake Haitian in create the same relaxed feeling. Try rustic phase with a few sunflowers, rightly colored plates, no tablecloth to simplify this setting and hope for beautifully sunny. Day make this a summer picnic style to quote the man who practically invented the Tuscan Lifestyle Leonardo Da Vinci simplicity is an art sharing with you to my favorite recipes for a summer station to Tuscany. They're both. Both from my Gorman World Award winning book, the Basic Art of Italian cooking, holidays and special occasions, second edition published by Art of Living Premium Media Inc, and you can get a copy on my website Marie Liberty, dot com or Amazon, kindle or many booksellers, online, or at your local bookstore to get a copy if they don't sell them already, or if you'd like to share a photo of one of the recipes here in posted on any social media or my blog comments with Hashtag Marie Liberati show, you could win a free copy of one of the books in the Basic Art of Italian cooking series. Tuscan panelist salad twelve slices of day, old, crusty bread, four tablespoons

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A Tuscan Staycation - burst 03

The Maria Liberati Show

01:49 min | 8 months ago

A Tuscan Staycation - burst 03

"Even if I am not always their body, it is the place that seems to have invented the very idea of the casual but elegant simple, but sophisticated picnic grilling is part of the summer fair and Tuscany, but where else could day old bread be Sushi? US IN PANS Annella Salad? It is so uber tasty with a dash of Tuscan, olive oil, fresh tomatoes, fresh basil, and paired with a glass of Chianti were Brunello, but you don't have to venture to Tuscany, too. Tuscan try at Tuscany. homestake Haitian in create the same relaxed feeling. Try rustic phase with a few sunflowers, rightly colored plates, no tablecloth to simplify this setting and hope for beautifully sunny. Day make this a summer picnic style to quote the man who practically invented the Tuscan Lifestyle Leonardo Da Vinci simplicity is an art sharing with you to my favorite recipes for a summer station to Tuscany. They're both. Both from my Gorman World Award winning book, the Basic Art of Italian cooking, holidays and special occasions, second edition published by Art of Living Premium Media Inc, and you can get a copy on my website Marie Liberty, dot com or Amazon, kindle or many booksellers, online, or at your local bookstore to get a copy if they don't sell them already, or if you'd like to share a photo of one of the recipes here in posted on any social media or my blog comments with Hashtag Marie Liberati show, you could win a free copy of one of the books in the Basic Art of Italian cooking series. Tuscan panelist salad twelve slices of day, old, crusty bread, four tablespoons

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'The Booksellers' Speaks Volumes About Old Books And Those Who Love Them

Midday News

03:20 min | 1 year ago

'The Booksellers' Speaks Volumes About Old Books And Those Who Love Them

"Opening in theaters this weekend I need a new coach you're the first person I thought too many good seventy made the playoffs back when you apply it Ben Affleck stars as a high school basketball coach in the way back and here to talk about this and more is our film critic Jeffrey Lyons hi Linda what makes this an unusual movie it's about a coach who has an alcohol problem and we all know that Ben Affleck is a recovering alcoholic and I think it took a lot of courage on his part to confront his demons in real life as his character does in the movie he goes back to coaches high school team and of course you wonder are they going to make the playoffs or not and will he be still on the sidelines coaching and I like that I like his performance and he's the only actor you probably seen except al madrigal a graduate of the daily show as as the assistant coach but the performances in the supporting cast are compelling and it's Affleck's movie and I think it makes the most of it then there's a film called the burnt orange heresy and elicited here clearly and I'm sure I did that one point we're told the title doesn't mean anything anyway it's about an art lecturer and he's a teacher and he he's asked by a rich man played by you ready for this Mick Jagger I love that thank you make and and he he owns a huge villa all in in Italy and an artist in residence play by Donald Sutherland is there and this art collector wants one of the guys few remaining paintings that he's going to even have it stolen form and a co stars an interesting actor same Elizabeth Debicki and she in the art dealer lecturer played by an actor named kills bang would never seen before I'm having an affair it's like a teacher and a student and they go there and it's a pretty involving story but Mick Jagger almost steals the movie because he hasn't been on screen in a decade but I like it and then there's a documentary we New York will like it specially it's called the booksellers I don't you're saying that that but little bookstore on fifty eighth street between Madison and park with and the the I think it's called the the antiquarian bookstore where they have old books and of course there's the strand bookstore the whole movie about this group of people with an Amazon dominated world one little bookstores that sell out of print volumes and some of the we're told some of the owners of the stores almost resented to come and take and and by the books because they've come to become so accustomed to having them on their shelves and it's a whole world here and especially here in London of these aren't deal book book dealers who treasure these books and one point one of them is that an option any spending to buy original Leonardo da Vinci book written in da Vinci's hand and an anonymous bidder is on the phone outbidding whatever you get a guy named Bill Gates a thirty five million dollars for the book but it's a fascinating book a story and the you know good there's nothing more enjoyable to pass some time then to browse this a bookshelf particularly in a store like the strand which is opening by the way a branch on the Upper West Side pretty soon too there was a book bookstore there that that had to close unfortunately and they're taking over that so it's a wonderful world that a lot of us in New York don't know about but if the booksellers brings it to that gives it the the light that it deserves Jeffrey lines all three of those sound like really interesting movies thanks so much

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Virus fears close down France's Louvre Museum

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Virus fears close down France's Louvre Museum

"The spreading corona virus epidemic has shot down France's Louvre museum employee and union representative Andre said Kristin says workers fear being contaminated by the museum's flow of international visitors some were refusing to work the shutdown call it a government decision to ban indoor public gatherings of more than five thousand people so Kristin says stuff as well also worried by visiting museum workers from northern Italy who would come to collect works by Leonardo da Vinci online for a major exhibition the code nineteen outbreak which began in central China has infected more than eighty seven thousand people globally and caused nearly three thousand deaths I'm Sarah basis

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

"Bedtime history Close Your eyes and think of your day think of some of the objects you saw family friends trees maybe the ball most of these objects are things you are used to but when you were a baby they were very interesting you are curious about everything because it was all new and fresh as we get older many of these things become familiar perhaps not as interesting tonight we're going to learn about Leonardo Da Vinci who is one of the most curious and creative geniuses and recorded history as we learn about him think about how he saw the world differently and how you I see the world differently to Leonardo was born on April fifteenth fourteen fifty two in the country of Italy in a town called Vinci Leonardo Da Vinci Means Leonardo of Vinci the town where he was born he was born during a time that later became known as the renaissance Ons which means rebirth because the way people saw the world was changing dramatically during this time the Medieval Times were over and people are beginning to see themselves as beings who had control over their life in the world and could think differently than those who came before them Leonardo grew up but this father and spent much of his time exploring the land around their home he loved to observe the birds and animals and get lost in the beautiful countryside around the age of fifteen has father noticed he had an interest in a gift for art for this reason his father had him become an apprentice to Andrea Dale Verragio in Florence Italy an apprentice is a student to a master artist at this time Florence was known for its gifted artists and sculptors virtues workshop Leonardo learned from his master how to paint and sculpt sculptors use materials like clay or marble to make grand sculptures Leonardo studied and helped with paintings and sculptures and virtues workshop until he was twenty years old the next step in an artist's life was to join a guild and Leonardo did just that when accepted into the painter's guild in Florence a guild was a group of skilled artists who worked in Matt together at this time He created many an Pencil drawings and technical drawings of weapons and other mechanical devices he was very interested in how things worked and created new aces he loved inventing things and fourteen eighty two when he was about thirty years old. Leonardo moved to the city of Milan where he worked for the cities Luke Ludovico Sforza there. He created paintings and worked on inventions for the duke the ability to create an improved technical devices it's called engineering and Leonardo was a very gifted engineer he worked for Dukes for for many years there he painted two of his best known works the Virgin of the rocks and the Last Supper depicting Jesus and his twelve apostles he also helped design buildings and gave the Duke engineering advice for his army one of Leonardo's other biggest projects was a huge twenty four foot bronze horse for Duke spores that he spent twelve years designing it out of clay which would be a mold to be turned into bronze unfortunately before they could pour the metal into the mold to finish the horse sculpture the project was stopped because war started and the metal had abused for cannons instead of the Horse in day someone decided to get together the money to finally build the Horse Leonardo had always wanted if you ever visit Milan Italy you can see it today after the war dukes four zero was is no longer duke so Leonardo stopped working for him the Leonardo continued working in his workshop in Milan and soon had his own students and apprentices hundreds of French army invaded and took over Milan so Leonardo left and went to Florence where he had been an apprentice as a young man in Florence he painted his famous painting the Mona Lisa.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"I wanted to say thank you for doing the re the episode because without you odds are i never would have heard just how much science there is to support vaccines and you may have helped say my son's life. It may sound stupid that i ever considered giving them a new father and just trying to do as best my son and all we ever hear around here. Vaccines give kids seizures or autism and and i've even heard from people i know very well they have heard vaccines cause aids and with all false information fear being put out there. It's scary to think about how many times i was. I put my son in harm hardaway or might have put my son in harm's way had i not looked into vaccinations more. I've always been pretty gullible willing to follow whatever information is put in in front of me without looking into it myself. My son in this podcast have both inspired me to become more analytical and i hope that maybe someday i myself voice of reason to someone in my situation sorry for the awful grammar grammar. I never got higher than c grammar class. Thanks for everything you do. Keep spreading knowledge. Keep a third eye open hail niran keep on well. It's heavy shit ryan and real quick. <hes> your grammar was top notch these i think so. I don't have a ton of grammar conference myself. Your grammar abilities are easily four hundred times greater than my pronunciation nation-building. <hes> i respect the shit out of your strong desire to be an amazing father man <hes>. You sound like an awesome dude hope. I hope i steer right when i really love is. He didn't trust me. Either needed additional research yourself can't stress how important that is no one should take what anyone else says it face value when it comes to celebrate his important society in which needles sticking their child. I do the best best job. I can say words spreading. What i feel is the most active. I can't but inevitably goddamn. I should say i let it was literally was going to say inevitably blay. I fuck up and i fucked up toward negatively. Truly i fuck it all the time and you should not based any life decision off of any of the shit that comes out of my mouth without doing a lot of extra digging. I you know when i wanna spread most on this show is not <hes> not total agassi curiosity and just you know an analytical approach to life you know some kind of a version of what davinci had the curiosity to figure out how our world works just try to figure out how how things work why things are being said. Take things seriously you know it takes time to look into stoppers worth it. The more you learn the better decisions you make the better your life is going to be. I do believe that to be true with every refinement of my bean and i'm so so grateful that i was able to spread that curiosity virus to you so ask questions verify <hes> information ryan. I love it learn to discern good sources from bad sources. Thing critically makes solid decisions. Make the most out of your journeys around the beautiful son and and <hes> you know and and do the best job you can to to give your kids the best chance of having the best life they can love this colts. Thanks time we all did have a great week. Everyone get out there. Bent something amazing. Create something beautiful or you know. If you don't wanna do those things maybe you can subscribe to the new scared to death podcast mugging and the key banana suck can achieve on a sock it as much to come <music> so sound listen guys jerking off the mona lisa.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Of leonardo only on his father's side those living relatives include oscar-nominated occur nominated italian director franco zeffirelli was really <hes> perhaps most famous for his nineteen sixty eight film romeo and juliet. I've looked into it so i'm soom. Maybe i'm another senate. My twenty three meter dolts do include point six percent of me being broadly european so maybe i like to think that i did inherit his little talent for being able to have cartoonish accents. It's to me <hes> leonardo and she to make a lot of things alex. Take a the lion melissa. I'm making so many the skills. I make spaghetti pizza pie with opinions from the browser. Let's go go now to the top five or takeaways. Let me time away way number. One despite all of the many many talented davinci his paintings are what he's best remembered for debate still john five hundred years after davinci's death over which the arriving pains are actually davinci's works too many collaborations even the salvator mundi not considered a true da vinci by some respected experts on renaissance art still sold for almost half a billion dollars might be davinci's work number too. Many davinci sketches and inventions were designed for military use even though few made it to the battlefield from our tanks. Thanks giant crossbows multi-candidate type devices. Leonardo wisconsin created new ways.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

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03:19 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"More than two hundred joins published only in sixteen eighty one hundred sixty one years after his death under the title treats on painting its purpose purpose was to teach students how to draw more realistic human animal figures by understanding the you know the organs muscles bones and everything tendons that lie beneath our skin leonardo drew many studies as of the human skeleton and it's part as well as muscles and sinews the heart and vascular system the sex organs other internal organs he even made one of the first scientific drawings of a fetus fetus in utero as an artist are closely observed or recorded the effects of age and of human emotion on the physiology studying in particular the effects of rage <hes> he also drew many figures who had significant facial deformities or signs of illness he also drew a studied and drew many other animals as well dissecting cows birds monkeys monkeys bears and frogs comparing in his drawings their anatomical structure with that of humans also made a number of studies of horses. <hes> this book now exist at the elmer belt library u._c._l._a. In los angeles elmer belt pioneer and sex reassignment surgery and collector of everything da vinci he could get his hands on afford a leonardo da vinci paint saint john the baptist fifteen fifteen when he's sixty three an oil painting a walnut wood or on walnut would believe to be davinci's last painting and saw sixty nine fifty seven centimeters little guy guy lewis guy now exhibited at the louvre in paris peace to pick saint john the baptist nice latian saint john pelts long curly hair smiling in in in in in ign- matic in jesus christ indyk matic manner reminiscing of leonardo's famous leader. <hes> also looks like kenny g. like a. lot at saint. John looks a lot like energy painting. <hes> have fun trying to not think about that. If you ever look at it <hes> from september fifteen thirteen to fifteen sixty leonardo spent much of of his time living in the belvedere in the vatican in rome where raphael and michelangelo or both active pretty sweet just three teenage mutant ninja turtles children the vatican. Nobody whoop three the greatest artist of all time she didn't shit that's all also fifteen fifteen francis. The first takes thrown in france <hes> and on december nineteenth fifteen fifteen leonardo meets with francis the first pope leo the tenth so you know it's kinda famous ship kind of a big deal beaten up with the king you know france and the pope having some wine and some cheese take any liens out measure them making the guy with the smallest one running naked lap around the palace being bruce following year francis the first commissions d._n._c. to build a robot not kidding he wanted a robot lion or at least mechanical ones so we asked the greatest wizard live to make it for him and then leonardo did indeed build a mechanical lion for the coronation of the king of france he built his mechanical chemical line with the ability to walk and upon reaching his destination open a compartment in is fully automated chest revealing a florida a stylized lily league honor of the french monarchy unsurprisingly <hes> the line was lost destroyed some point history god bummer in two thousand nine another mechanical tinker run out the door but at o. drew inspiration from davinci's line made his own version based on davinci's plans which walked swayed his tail moves jaws. I had a secret compartment that opened the <hes> to really florida. I mean swedish. No wonder some people think this guy was new money. He made a walking robot line and fifteen fifteen..

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"The french national debt and it was speculated to be valued at two and a half billion dollars wow and by the way no one really knows who mona lisa was us. She's thought to be young. Florentine woman mono- or mona lisa who in fourteen ninety five married francesco della condo a wealthy silk merchant and thus came to would be known as la deconda okay. I got it that time on july nine fifty four at the age of seventy seven sapiro leonardo's father dies sapiro dive will work in his notary influence no big barrel funeral for him that we know of no records that have been found so leonardo may not have attended because he not it was not not directly a part of the family. He gained nothing in an inheritance. Did davinci have some kind of falling houses. Dad was yet his signs. Dad passed just wasn't recorded. We don't know again. Davinci wrote next to nothing about his private life and the bar ballpark of fifty five leonardo makes an attempt to build another flying machine by about fifty five fifty three year old leonardo have been and thinking about how to fly for roughly twenty years something he built a complex ornithology her a machine with flapping wings too closely mimic the anatomy birds fifty five. No one really knows if leonardo actually actually built a model of untested is off to or not but it's fun to imagine him giving it a go years later in fifteen fifty one of his associates care donnas did write that a traitor that is teacher heater tried in vain to get an ornithologist off the ground so i guess there's a possibility the renaissance man you know took his machine out for a few disastrous spins and may may a fifty six leonardo is summoned by to milan by charles de umbrellas the french governor and in fifteen o seven leonardo's appointed french king louis the twelfth painter and engineer in fifteen fifteen. Oh wait leonardo da vinci painting the virgin and child with saint.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Twenty four ville helm ca-car designed a mechanical calculator believed that two prototypes revived whereabouts remain unknown leonardo's device was a lot like pascal adding machine and he he came up with it now now because these books we know over a hundred and fifty years earlier and had davinci been able to implement this invention so many others he could have revolutionized iced the already innovative renaissance so much for that he could have single handedly advanced society in so many different ways centuries my god his work towards the goal of human flight continue the fourteen ninety s <hes> in fourteen ninety three leonardo da vinci sketches his design for his aerial screw. The world's first known designed designed for a helicopter type device leonardo da vinci credited with having i thought of a machine designed for vertical flight so he's like the guy who thought of the first helicopter the machine designs davinci's air screw dated fourteen ninety. Three again discovered that madrid library so cool. I can't imagine finding a book like that and some old archives. Life's fuck oak island that is cool buried treasure way cooler to me that a big pile of gold cooler than pirate's treasure and worth more than a bunch of gold. It's just cool to somebody. Else could find something in some monastery attic or cub inter. Maybe some other library who knows what's out there anyway. That's designed consists of a platform mm surmounted by a helical screw driven by somewhat rudimentary system kinda like the rubber powered propeller of a of a model aircraft like a kid <hes> model aircraft the a great genius wrote that if this instrument in the form of a screw was made of linen the pores of which have been stopped starch it should upon being turned sharply rise into the air in a spiral however however his design was never put into any practical use so cool how he understood through his genius years of study yet to be explained scientific principles. I mean sixteen eighty six two to full centuries later. Sir isaac newton would introduce his third law of motion summarize ask for every action in nature. There's an equal opposite reaction and davinci's description of an object offering offering much resistance to the air as the air does to the object tells me he understood this law perfectly fourteen thousand five davinci busy painting. One of his most famous works the last supper. You're the one author dan brown room from billions of paranoid people. This religious <unk> mural was created for his patron duke. <hes> milan ludovico sivarasa last <hes> supper measures fifteen feet by twenty nine feet covers the back wall of the dining hall at the unesco world heritage site in church. The santa maria della gracie in milan italy had no idea was that huge the theme was traditional one for communal eating halls leonardo's talents gave it much greater realism in depth the arches above the main painting painted with the so what is the coat of arms the opposite wall of the refectory refectory covered by crucifixion fresco painted by much less known milan-based renaissance artist giovanni johny denardo montano leonardo began working the last supper and i ninety five completed it in fourteen ninety eight however he did not work on the peace continuously throughout.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"A keyboard to select different strings kinda like an organ. It's a mix of piano and violin. It's now believed vinci ever built one but polish concert pianist instrument builder islam amir zuber sqi guest post people can do some pretty cool things did make one based on davinci's designed resigned in two thousand thirteen and wait to hear this. Here's a sample of this man. In two thousand thirteen plane the strange and beautiful instrument that vinci created five centuries previously <music> <music> <music> there was a few notations regarding <hes> lyrics lyrics nothing full on we don't have anything <hes> unfortunately like the full song but there was a couple of scribbles <hes>. I believe the words were supposed wants to be the spaghetti electoralism nesta. I know that i i do know that but how fucking calls that sound all of that noise from one instrument sound so full so i think multiple to me it sounds like multiple insurance are being played yeah yeah just an instrument built on plans over five hundred years old da vinci's amazing brain kept being curious and inventive in the fourteen ninety s around four hundred ninety leonardo sketch designed in for an adding machine basically an old key early type of calculator and one of the journals that particular journal be lost until the twentieth century. What a cool discovery. This is february thirteenth in nineteen sixty. Seven an amazing discovery was made by american scientists working in the national library of spain in madrid <hes> they had a chance upon to unknown works of leonardo da vinci known as the codex madrid one hundred ninety seven pages. These guys found of davinci notes that we've just been lost in this giant libraries vast inventory tori. I'm it turns out that actually lost. They were just misplaced. Like how cool would it be defined that now. Do you want to old notebooks doodles out <hes> <hes> they say property of leonardo da vinci of the front about was it worth a million billion dollars each french mathematician and inventor blase pascal scowl. He is credited with the adding machine sixteen forty two the first one diagrams and directions discovered for an even earlier at machine design. Though sixteen twenty.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"The air and motion over the c fill the swilling sales and drive heavily laden ships from these instances and the reasons given a man with wings large enough and duly connected might learn to overcome the resistance of the air and by concrete succeeded in subjugating it and rising above jesus really was such a genius with at work no not that design but it wasn't his final attempt at a flight machine sometime from fourteen to eight fourteen ninety leonardo's the sketches the design for a double decker bridge surprisingly modern it recalls the function of bridges in some modern metropolises where the two way flow of traffic arranged on different levels leonardo's doesn't mention what this was actually four but it is clear that it is a way of organizing to circulation system in such a way that doesn't create traffic jams or obstructions <hes> while da vinci was inventing cars planes tanks bridges and fucking cities he was also still into painting leonardo would paint is famous lady with an remain remain from four hundred eighty nine to fourteen ninety and by the way is a cute little short tailed white weasel their tiny less than a pound. One leonardo's notebooks was a competitive animals where where he made notes about different species and of the earning he wrote the out of moderation never eats but once a day and it would rather let itself be captured by hunters then take refuge in a dirty layer in order not to stain its purity and it is thought he included an image of this creature with the subject of the portrait identified cecilia got out get around to symbolize symbolize her purity which is funny because this portrait is probably painted a time when she was demilitarized mistress of the duke of milan leonardo was being paid to serve so the purity not of mistress slightly ironic <hes> the painting is one of only four female portraits painted by leonardo the others being mona lisa the portrait of gin gin goddamn. I'm that falcons. Ginny is one of the only word that comes up all the time this sucks. I didn't look at the pronunciation for guinevere. Whatever debenture and a long word it is displayed by the <hes> oh jesus christ displayed by the star tortoise ski museum in krakow poland and it is cited the museum guide is the first truly modern portrait. It's been in poland since seventeen ninety eight and if you're surprised polling our don't be remember polish people people can't read so they love pictures why said cited and the museum guide as the first truly modern portrait of a moment ago. I didn't mean it was written. I meant to polish museum guide points inside it and yells. That's part of lady de vinci. Did it longtime ago. He does it every thirty seconds every two hours. He's given a sausage as a reward aleppo's. If you polish hackers as i make fun of you for your limitations when i can barely say so many words fourteen eighty nine.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"C. k. eight zero. That's like receiving eight meals for free. When you go to hellofresh dot com time suck eighty enter the code t. I m. e. s. u. C. p._k. Eight zero lincoln the description now. Let's talk about some crazy ass davinci weapons four seventy five poss- possibly ninety six leonardo gets into the missile launching business sketches design for giant crossbow like a really big crossbow. The effort put into design components indicates that he was striving to realize it as it's a workable weapon. The structure is huge. It's dimensions can be judged when comparing machine to drive a man who's operating it. The bow was made within would on six wheels twenty-seven yards arts across made up of thirty nine separate parts this giant crossbow we'd be cranked winding gears had two different firing mechanisms the simplest of which involve aww releasing a holding pen by striking it with a mallet if successfully built it would've been able to shoot giant rocks other huge projectiles very fast across the battlefield reminds reminds me of how the plague suck we talked about launching plague infected bodies through the air with a tributary would if you could shoot infected dude across about if it was a giant crossbow loud the greg greg greg crossbow fire that greg mchugh magistrate a giant crossbow the battlefield i mean they did already have cannons but i think a giant crossbow way more intimidating. That's that's like straight out of game of thrones like. It's like one of those things us. Try and kill the dragons with what are they gonna make giant eros you know just shooting shoot him to the bathroom like just just just make shishkabob enemy dudes with the era was on fire. What if you could make a flaming human shish kebab. It's a good thing vlad. The impaler ruled few decades before da. Vinci didn't get ahold of that weapon. He'd have been shishkabob. Motherfuckers left right for wlac. Ya also around forty five leonardo da vinci sketched designs signs for some other vehicles of war. One idea was a sized chariot. My god this is something like grim reaper graphic novel type shit the size chariot gary it was propelled by horses with a pillion rider and carried in front of it foresights mounted on a revolving gear turned by a shaft driven by the wheels of a cart behind the horses. It was like it was like having a chariot with huge helicopter blade just out in front. If all the blades were essentially giant fucking sorts just four huge sword blades spin around charlton people's arms and heads off shit or malfunctioning and chopping off the horse had there was pulling the chariot or pulling the chopping off the head of the driver leonardo. It did note this particular idea. Was you know maybe not as best. Maybe had the potential to do. A lot of collateral damage probably best that one stays in no book leonardo leonardo it also drew a sketch and nobody's during this time about a what was basically a tank davinci's tank was said to be propelled. We're supposed to be propelled by two men powering crankshafts. Although the drawing self looks quite finished the mechanics apparently a fully developed because if built drawing the tank with a lot of effort might be he made to rotate on the spot would never progress before direction but in a in a bbc documentary was such good title leonardo the man who wanted to know everything a military team built machine and just made one slight little tweak <hes> found that you know they just had to change one of the gears and that it did actually work really well. <hes> these guys were were moving around around one guys. You know <hes> mankind of the top part of like the turrets. There's a couple of guys chris. Turn in these gears making the tank actually move leonardo's notebooks also <hes> <hes> showed cannons which he claimed could hurl small stones like a storm with the smoke of these causing great territory enemy in great loss confusion. These canons would come out of the tank and an armoured moving vehicle capable of shooting numerous projectiles if you sent those across the battlefield annual shoot at the enemy of the giant sucking crossbow. I feel like psychological. Intimidation alone is going to win when you some battles and enemies would just be so confused. At what does it he saw a what did they think that they do win. Who the making.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"By fourteen seventy two dated twenty leonardo qualified as a master in the guild of saint luke. A highly respected expected guild of artists can a union almost <hes> or university and doctors of medicine even after his father said him up in his own workshop though his attachment to vote okeyo with such that he continued to collaborate with him <hes> leonardo's earliest known solo dated work drawing in a impending of the arno valley drawn on august fifth fourteen eighteen seventy three oh and before i forget <hes> sodomy was not part of any italian renaissance apprenticeship program <hes> at least not that i'm aware of i made it up at least a few new listeners would just be thinking for the next few minutes about like what the fuck like the guy who painted the mona. Lisa had to go through that to learn how to do that. I was just a joke in <hes>. I can't beat. Hey i'm making jokes are sorry not sorry not sorry we notably in order to become a member of the florence painters get yeah forty seventy two because his name appears in florence companies redbook of creditors and debtors leonardo they say repeal davinci painter thank you record could keepers the painting annunciation or the annunciation by leonardo da vinci was painted with david okeyo around fourteen seventy two one of his earliest known works one of my favourite's stunning color saturation richness and detail and again <hes> yeah just <hes> i did not know about a lot of these renaissance paintings that they were done with a variety of people people variance to me <hes> in eighteen sixty nine some critics recognize the enunciation as the youthful work by leonardo because of okeyo. Oh kyo use lead-based paint heavy brushstrokes and art historians figured out that he left a note for leonardo to finish the background and the angel leonardo use light brush strokes and no lead when the annunciation ta tion was x-rayed but okay does work evident while leonardo's angel would become invisible pretty cool how they're able to kind of figure out who did what on some of these paintings fourteen seventy-three leonardo draws a landscape on the feast of santa maria della navy <hes> that pick where the thought he saw an elephant hidden in the background this earliest known so low drawing that we have record of around fourteen seventy five. It's believed to begin painting the portrait of janetta guinevere at fuck. Something ours and weird place is being currently on his plane washing d._c. At the national gallery of art why why haven't gone there. I didn't realize it <hes> so much. Cooler was in dc fourteen seventy five leonardo may have collaborate on the piazza madonna madonna for the hysteria cathedral roco <hes> that guy that fake needed fake dues had to be paid for <hes> lorenzo declivity who's adela a painting or sculpture on the front of a raised shelf above an altar which typically forms the basis for an altarpiece now in the louvre around fourteen seventy five in order also designs tapestry for for the king of portugal which has sadly been lost over time if you do find it art historians likely to send it to suck tension p._o. Box three nine one eight hundred six. We.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"A florence today in places like <hes> florence's oldest active hospital the hospital of santa maria nueva during a visit hometown in july fourteen fifty one scipio sad. I met a young woman katharina and she became pregnant so i guess he did more more than just meet her in case. You don't how babies are made. I put his penis inside of her vagina where it would remain at least for a moment post ejaculation and did this least once then then as would be customary. His family seems to have given her a dowry so that she would have enough value to be married off to another man was crazy saudi again about your time in another sheet. No longer has purity to offer the youngest. Maybe there's a goldstar will find a fellow into the middle to bed data. Allow me to introduce them. Another luigi he particular from about how weird sad is that there's a lot of truth when i joked about like that really that was how people thought of women like a store they woman's value is located primarily just between her legs like she was a car. Won't you be thrown off the lot value depreciated immensely very primitive live <hes> reduction area way to look at somebody. Professor kemp figured all this out manitou property tax records also founded that scipio conducted a minor legal transaction action for caterina's husband another connection linking the artis parents leonardo has no surname in the modern sense. Davinci doesn't come from his dad or you know it has to do with him. Being a bastard just means of vinci as he was born in the village of vinci his full birthday was leonardo. They see a piero da vinci meaning leonardo son of scipio from vinci. He spent his first five years. Mainly in the hamlet of on channel with his mother then lived primarily in the household of his father grandparents grandparents uncle francesco in the small town of vinci on john was essentially it's a neighborhood inside the communist vinci economy and being an administrative division of italy and the commun- boundary so you know sometimes a little different than the city actually ends visually they give it like a tiny american county <hes> not clear exactly why leonardo went to live with his father when he's about about five but since we know that the man was genus most likely showed a glimmer of his future intellectual and artistic abilities when he was a small boy and his father having a lot more means that his mother would be able to provide him with an education that she could not we do know that he didn't go live with his dad because mom died because record show that thirty five years after her son was born katharina went to live with leonardo briefly records showing that he paid for her funeral if katharina and did give him to his birth father to be given opportunity she could not give him a all admit that i'm speculating regarding this but if true wow what incredible sacrifice i'm continually amazed by stories like that from history repair chooses to let someone else raise their kids to give them a better chance of having a comfortable life so incredibly selfless such enormous sacrifice. I can't imagine that was cairo losing them losing time with them. Due to divorce was hard enough incredibly hard very painful can imagine essentially saying goodbye to them hoping or at least you know for for most of their life so that they could have a life that i knew i couldn't give them who oh yeah. He acts feel some emotions talking about that. <hes> so fourteen fifty seven leonardo da vinci five years old goes those live with his dad and his father's wife albena pierrot had married a sixteen.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"F. o. R. are h. i. M. s. dot com slash time suck e._d. Forums dot com slash time suck e._d. Lincoln is episode description. All sponsor links there leonardo motherfucking davinci timeline rights now on those books soldier where martin down a time james stockton timelines leonardo da vinci was born on april fifteenth fourteen fifty two at the third hour of the night around ten pm in the tuscan hills town of vinci in the lower valley of the river in the territory of florence. His birth was recorded by his paternal attornal grandfather in a journal vince he just outside of florence. Only thirty five kilometers just over twenty miles west of the city of the renaissance. The main attraction of this little fourteen thousand thousand six hundred and fifty person town ish area outer suburb of florence is the leonardo da vinci museum or to say it in italian audion maceo lena dino comfort pains in sticking on the beach by some audio my best not keep slipping into a bad cartoonish italian. A stereotypical accent based only on the mario brothers but it's gonna be hard not to keep doing it. I losing gentleman spaghetti. I was much kickapoo. La la vinci is a sister city of allentown pennsylvania for you time suckers living there just a few kilometers outside the current town is the home where de events you was born. His birth home still stands which is pretty awesome. You can get to walk trail through an olive tree grove to get there. How very italian the home was recently. <hes> reopen to the public after a careful restoration project a lokossa nato deal leonardo davinci was the illegitimate son of macedo piero.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Artefact. Artifact usually shows up as the cup that jesus drank of its last supper. We spent some time talking about this and suck one forty legends of king arthur. We learned that sucks at the holy. Grail is an invention of arthur thirty three and legend myth making like no one even talked about it. In the first millennium after the death of christ doesn't show up at all until eleven ninety in the smithsonian only and video a da vinci expert carefully explains saint. John always looked like a woman in other previous traditional pains of the last supper. Davinci didn't just come up with his last supper idea in the way range and everything it was part of a tradition of many frescoes murals and paintings a lot of different medicines guys did last supper paintings. Many of them will before davinci so davinci had to follow some kind of like you know traditions when he's doing this painting and that's why you know and then these painting saint peter handles nive judas carries a purse of silver are and that's why the davinci's depiction of saint john is feminine. It's tradition. He looks feminine in all of the church commission last supper paintings completed by variety of other artists. The venture didn't invent this dementia did break. One tradition is painting. His rendition of the last supper is the first known example of jesus and his disciples not having halos. What does that mean did eventually thinks that these people were not saying they were just dudes possibly or maybe someone told him to do that. They thought it would look cooler. Fucked me was just random. Artistic whimsey <hes> the narrator of the smithsonian quickly points out that there are no hidden letters in the painting alluding to mary magdalene being a in the painting and be her womb being the real holy grail and when you look at it there's just not an any hidden letters clearly okay but now now do we kind of have an understanding of what this video is. Let's look at the comments. Renee s rights people believe that this painting in holds a hidden meaning because da vinci was supposedly in the priory of science and then mandy j. madison quick to reply she writes. You seem to have missed out on the most important when important point that the expert in this documentary is making dan brown's book is all caps fiction. None of it is true. The letters are not there. The young person is not mary magdalene. There is no reference whatsoever to the holy grail. The priory of science didn't exist and manny's right there was no primary every of sign we cover that and bonus up twenty three knights templar we learned that a whack a doodle named pierre plantar made it all up he invented a secret organization within the knights templars alert tasked with ensuring christ's blood descendant survived and that the real identities were kept secret for fear that the church would kill them pull the whole thing of his wackadoo last this same guy pierre <hes> also claimed that as prophesied by nostradamus that he would become the french emperor he would retain or take the holy roman empire fire bring it back take to new heights of glory and that he would fight the devil during the second coming of christ and you know he didn't do that. He died poured unknown in february third..

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"The author of an upcoming four volume study leonardo da vinci rediscovered. Here's some leonardo disciples on the fringe at least once a week. She says <hes> a a recent example is to men said that leonardo's earliest dated drawing the arno valley from fourteen seventy three they saw elephants camels and birds. What essentially is a landscape. I commend them for their love w. nardo but said there are no elephants or other animals in the drawing. I started this image for a few minutes and i didn't see anything that remotely resembled any animal especially like an elephant for a few humanists. I was pretty sure i saw some sweet boobs. Oh hell is to finish those taught us for sure projected those girls into the image things that people do they see what they want to see. One of the more widespread leonardo theories involves the figure of the apostle. John was his vaguely feminine features in the last supper the idea here which parallels the findings of brown's <hes> robert langdon the fictional professor of somebody symbolic at harvard fictional is leonardo was depicting john but mary magdalene and the church authorities through the centuries waged a campaign to cover up this intimate relationship between jesus and mary zero reputable scholarship supports this interpretation of the last supper. You're we're gonna have some fun with this particular belief in a few minutes to really dig into this one <hes> the mona lisa has been the subject of a lot of non experts speculation hidden images in the painting have been found quote unquote by many ron piccirillo and artists in rochester new york claimed on his website that we looked at the painting upside down and followed the highlights of for portrait he was able to spot turned out to be a lion's head in a head in buffalo head. He added that quote for me. It helps to only use one. I and hand the viewer should be extremely close to the left edge of the painting good job ron. What do you get to the bottom of some shit. Nobody's time doing that very helpful very interesting. The vinci may have made it very very difficult to maybe kind of random spot a few dumb animals hidden into a painting what silvano people all dedicated so much of their lives so von of incentives and art history sleuth to run something in italy called the national committee for the promotion of historical and cultural heritage claims that he can discern minute letters painted. Mona lisa's is in the right eye for instance. He detects letters l. m._v._p. Louvre says that this is a very famous museum in paris. So that is examined the painting was every possible laboratory tests and has found no letters <hes> yes all the experts louvre must be hiding something fucking knights templar the puppets tons of conspiracies revolve around the mona lisa. There are hidden messages in symbolism to speculation and mona lisa's himself for an assistant dresses woman as i said earlier animal's numbers snead himself to painting. Maybe dressed as a woman. I hear that and i think who gives a fuck was davinci connected with the major ancient mysteries was a member of some clandestine secret society and those rules wackadoo tools or take your.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Of two thousand fifteen. The highs is known sale price for for any artwork. You know not necessarily an auction was three hundred million dollars for william de kooning's interchange modern art sold privately in september two thousand some fifteen by the david geffen foundation to hedge fund manager kennedy griffin distract landscape and if i didn't care when i say this if i didn't know its value and sought at a local art gallery i literally wouldn't put it in my house if they gave it to me for fucking free artists so subjective like i looked at my that to me is a a piece of shit. One man's throw that piece of shit in the trash and burnt is another man's three hundred million dollars painting. Gotta love art in addition to be known for his art. Davinci also known for conspiracies who buddy yeah weird after half millennium scholarship on leonardo is immense and continuing leonardo's life and work of long been the stuff is speculation wild theories untrammelled fantasy says martin kemp professor emeritus of art history at oxford in one of the world's foremost ardo scholars bombarded with things about leonardo on a regular basis that ranged from laughable too insane the bombardier's include neuroscientists dennis dennis opthamologist psychologist pathologist geo morphology or the data's artists photographers even art historians campus devised a taxonomy of disinformed or eccentric ideas about leonardo says it <hes> there are mystic theorists who believe that secret messages about the nature of the cosmos or concealed leonardo's work heresy see syrus who believed that leonardo was involved in some sort of religious cabal gio theorists who followed of themselves trying to identify the background landscape in the mona lisa and other paintings attribution theorists who wanna put leonardo's name on worked at his his drag theorists who believe that the mona lisa depicts either leonardo or one people's dresses woman sci-fi theorists pretty much exactly what you imagine the believe some kind of a billion space lizard some nudity luminosity member come down breath kemp calls dan brown <hes> author of the da vinci code the godfather of many of these theories <hes>. It's funny how one fitch author writing one fictional novel focusing ah vinci has played a part in you know mysteries that unraveling to other fictional mysteries written about other fictional written in other fictional dan brown novels millions forget forget about the fiction part of the job description and think they should have like like dan brownie. He has written a lot of books about a lot of weird things and he uses real names but it's fiction. Kemp says that brown is responsible. Oh for the idea that there are hidden codes messages mystic geometry's disguise words esoteric numbers in a variety of renaissance paintings. I wonder if the end brown was only fifty. Five right right now just laughs his ass off when taking a second to really reflect on how many wacko doodles he is fucking riled up people now out on the web passing along long his ideas that he pulled out of his ass as actual could not be more true wake-up <unk> conspiracies where does that. He made all of it up to write a novel now years later like i don't even know maybe millions of people like yeah. I mean you know that he was part of the priory of si- on knows nonsense oh man i wonder how many conspiracy nuts even understand what the word facial mates carmen see baumbach <hes> curator of the in the department of drawings and prints at the metropolitan museum of art..

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Leonardo da vinci the man the myth the guy who too damn near everything better than anyone who would come before him and better than most came after him the genius genius there was seemingly nothing. This guy couldn't do exceptionally well. He painted some of the most esteemed invaluable pieces of art of all time he's catch detailed semantics inventions that were in some cases several several hundred years ahead of their time he was an artist and architect and inventor a mad scientist a student of all things scientific he possessed the intense curiosity one thousand curious people and the drive of ten thousand to follow through on that curiosity with continual experimentation that led towards immense understanding and scientific scientific advancement his social circle included kings nobles the other top artists of the italian renaissance and the pope his natural genius cross so many disciplines that that he epitomized the term renaissance man and he did this all despite being born the bastard child of either a peasant or slave. We're gonna have fun today going to get some inspiration peration and i'm probably going to say some super fucked up stuff here and there because it makes me so happy to do that all kinds of stuff happening on today's if i can accomplish one percent of what leonardo da vinci did head all have lived a very full and successful life edition of time suck. This is michael mcdonald and you're listening to time suck take. I'm happy monday made sacks. I'm dan comments he of many stock-based nicknames and you are listening to time suck pumps the map coming podcast whore forecast scared to death now on itunes. I think everywhere else all the big third party. Podcast apps hairless athena hope can scare you like scaring queen.

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US, United Arab Emirates And Matthew Hedges discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

US, United Arab Emirates And Matthew Hedges discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Mexico's interior ministry says it will do pull it's up to five hundred migrants who attempted to storm the US border. The group mostly made up of women and children were detained after trying to cross the heavily fortified border yesterday. US officials used tear gas to repel them the British academic whose jailed for spying, and the United Arab Emirates has been pardoned. Matthew hedges denied the espionage charges said that he'd been carrying out academe research. The president of the UA issue department as part of a mass clemency of more than seven hundred prisoners. And today's monocle minute reports on Italy's decision to cancel alone of Leonardo da Vinci works to the Louvre in Paris. It's because at least government wants all of his works to be displayed together initally to Mark the five hundred anniversary of his death. We'll have more on that story later in the program for those the stories we're following today. Hero monocle twenty four.

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Pink diamond sells for more than $50M, setting world record

America's Truckin' Network

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Pink diamond sells for more than $50M, setting world record

"That's right. Christie's auction house says the largest pink diamond that they've ever put up on the block is the Leonardo da Vinci of diamonds and the gym that once belonged to the Oppenheimer diamond family fetching a record price recently for a pink diamond. And now as a new owner if diamonds are a girl's best friend than the pink legacy diamond is hands down the new BFF weighing in at just under nineteen carrots the stunt sold at Christie's auction in Geneva in less than five minutes for fifty million dollars, including fees, two point six million dollars per cat, which is a world record Francois career. Allen's Christie's chairman for Europe. The buyer. Famed jeweler Harry Winston who's already renamed it the Winston pink legacy, the fancy vivid rectangle, cut beauty left the standing room only auction house blushing and applauding when the

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