16 Burst results for "Mordovia"
"mordovia" Discussed on WCPT 820
"She has come home to San Antonio, Texas. She is a she grew up in Houston. Talk about the significance of how you believe she was freed. Yeah, Amy, thanks so much for having me. When I heard that Brittany griner was going to be freed, I was floored. I had tears in my eyes. My phone was blowing up about this. Obviously, I've been investigating and covering this story for months. And no, this was not something I expected because earlier in that week, you heard that negotiations were again breaking down And I think it's so important as we discuss the ins and outs of this that we don't lose the plot. And that's that Brittany griner is coming home. Brittany griner is going to be back with her family. Brittany griner is going to be back with her family for the holidays for goodness sakes. And we have to remember that this is a moment of celebration and a moment of joy during a time where celebration and joy are in short supply. And talk about, well, what your title was about The agitation. Who is there for her? And who wasn't? Why you think she is free today? Yes, when Brittany griner was first imprisoned when we first got word of it in late February and early March. The response from the sports world, you can really characterize it as existing in two different lanes. In one lane, you had a sports world that is awash in racism, sexism, and homophobia, and Brittany griner is, of course, a black queer woman. And the amount of erasure and deliberate deliberate ignoring of Brittany greiner's case was apparent to anybody who listens to sports radio or watches sports television. I mean, if it was Steph Curry or Tom Brady imprisoned overseas in a Russian prison facing 9 years of hard labor, I mean, the earth would have opened up the cacophony would have been so loud, yet with Brittany griner, there was silence. There was another lane of people as well who love Brittany griner, people in the WNBA and NBA communities who on the advice from the State Department were silent because the State Department said delicate negotiations are taking place. So we don't want any outcry about Britney whatsoever. And that created this veil of silence and even shame about Brittany griner being arrested. And then there was Shirley griner in all her heroism speaking out, saying the heck with this silence, we need to shine light on this and raise Britney grinder's name. So there is much more of an effort to agitate to make sure that Britney grinder's name and Paul Whelan's name are at the top of the state departments to do list. At the top of Antony Blinken's to do list. And that agitation grew in group, both in the sports world and among fans, people made buttons and t-shirts and took them to games. The sports world could no longer be silent, Steph Curry mentioned Brittany griner at the ring ceremony for the Golden State Warriors and the cacophony did start to grow. And I do believe that along with frankly the fact that Russia is losing to Ukraine and Vladimir Putin felt like he needed a win of some kind. I think that's why this trade took place. So in 1°, you can say that the Ukrainian resistance is why Brittany griner is coming home. Well, White House press secretary, Korean Jean Pierre, denied claims by the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia that they had any involvement in the mediation efforts that secured the release of Brittany griner from the Russian labor prison camp. The only countries that negotiated this deal were the United States and Russia. And there was no mediation involved. We are grateful for the UAE as the president mentioned as I am mentioning now for facilitating the use of their territory for the exchange to take place. We are also grateful to other countries, including Saudi Arabia that release the issue of our wrongfully detained Americans with Russian government. A joint statement by the UAE and Saudi Arabia released Thursday had said that Britney greiner's release quote highlighted the important role played by the leaderships of the two brotherly countries and promoting dialog between all parties, Dave. Yeah, I mean, so this was a tremendous effort by all corners to get Brittany griner home. And there is something that I think needs to be said about this that's so important. I mean, so many people on the right wing. I know you're going to talk about Victor boot in the next segment. But my goodness, the fainting couches about doing this trade for Victor boot when the U.S. is the biggest arms dealer in the world is a little tough to swallow. But I know you're going to talk about that in the next segment. But the most important thing is that we fought for Brittany griner to come home. And I know there are a lot of people out there who say, well, we have these problems in this country, shouldn't we focus on them about prisons about the drug laws in this country, but we have to have a global perspective about prison abolition about the war on drugs. And that's why Britney grinder's freedom should be seen as a victory for anybody who gives a damn about social justice in this country. So you have this announcement yesterday at The White House. Cheryl Reiner smiling ear to ear. Britney greiner's wife and just hours later, you have 39 Republicans joining with the Democrats in the House of Representatives, voting to support marriage equality. At the same time in Russia, you have Putin on Monday, signing a fiercely anti LGBTQ law into effect, making a dangerous to be LGBTQ in Russia. Can you talk about what Brittany griner faced as a lesbian as an African American woman in Russia in prison? Well, according to reports, by people who've been in the prison that she was going to be in for the next 9 years, a labor camp in mordovia. The racism, the, of course, anti americanism, and the homophobia are so intense that we can say that Britney grinder's life would have been hell and there's no saying that she would have even survived the next 9 years in addition in mordovia. We know that there are no medical services to be we don't even know if Brittany griner and her 6 foot 8 inch frame would have had a bed that she could sleep in. That's what she was facing over the next 9 years. So getting her home was about the fact that we don't know if she could have survived in such a situation. And I encourage people to read the words of Nadia Tolkien akova from pussy riot who spent three years in the same mordovian prison. It is absolutely chilling. What Britney griner would have faced and her coming home, I really do believe is about saving her life, as well as returning her to her family. And finally, very quickly, Dave, and another subject, you're certainly following the FIFA World Cup and Qatar. The death of yet another worker and the response by the Qatari government that death is part of the life process
The Ben Shapiro Show
"mordovia" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Because she once dunked a basketball. I'm really, like, that's the real thing is that people know Brittany grinder's name because he made a huge deal out of it on ESPN when like ten years ago, she dunked a basketball and people were like, oh my God, first Duncan's WNBA history. It is astonishing how amazing the action is that the WNBA games to paraphrase Bill Burr whenever people complain that it sexism is the reason why WNBA, games have no attendance, women represent 51% of the American population, ladies, go do your jobs and attend a WNBA game. You don't want to? Don't blame them in. Women's basketball star Brittany griner has now been released from a Russian penal colony and is being returned to the United States through a prisoner exchange for Russian arms dealer Victor bout, which culminated on Thursday with a Cold War style handover on an airport runway in Abu Dhabi. They swap kept a drama that began in February when grinder, a 32 year old two time Olympian and center for the WNBA's Phoenix mercury was on her way to a high paying professional job in Russia during U.S. off season, which is, of course, a genius move. In the middle of expectation that Russia is about to declare war on Ukraine, you fly in, but you don't just fly in, you also land with hash oil in your luggage. A genius move. And just kind of put it out there. The world is not the world. It's not a, it's not a safe place. When you fly into evil dictatorships, probably don't bring your hash oil. Just as a general rule, don't bring your hash oil. Reiner was convicted of drug smuggling in possession sentenced to 9 years in a penal colony. That, of course, was dramatic overkill. The Russians were doing that in order to hold her as a hostage. Clearly. The U.S. deemed a grinder had been wrongfully detained and a designation that obligated it to work to obtain her release, which of course the United States should. I mean, it's the job of the United States not to leave people behind. Like, I don't know, like the 10,000 Afghan allies that we left behind in Afghanistan are the hundreds of Americans we left behind in Afghanistan or green card holders that we left behind in Afghanistan who are still there. Or the dozens of other people we leave languishing in prisons around the world. Brittany griner was top of the heap. She was the one who mattered absolutely the most. That sends off a tons, months long diplomatic negotiation between the two superpowers that perhaps the lowest moment in their relations in decades, a breakthrough came in recent days earlier this week, griner was moved from a penal colony in mordovia, about 350 miles northwest to Moscow, a city where her imprisonment had begun. About was given a conditional grant of clemency that was not completed until Thursday when U.S. officials in the UAE verified that griner was there too and ready to return to the United States. There's some tape that is now emerged of Brittany Reiner getting on the plane. I would not be the first to observe that Pete Davidson will apparently be playing her in the movie. And in any case, here is Brittany griner.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In Buffalo. It's already started snowing and by Sunday, New York governor hochul said buffalo could be buried in up to 6 feet of snow. We'll continue our efforts, but it will not be safe for a considerable amount of time for motors to go back on the roads. The governor said the state is ready to deal with the snow 11 New York counties are already under a state of emergency. Russia is taking Brittany griner to a penal colony in the mordovia region, Reuters reports the American basketball star was moved to an undisclosed prison location. Griner was sentenced to 9 years in a penal colony on drug charges in August. Employees of Twitter are resigning in large numbers after Elon Musk issued an ultimatum that they need to commit to a hardcore work environment. CNBC shared internal slack messages that showed engineers and other employees saying their goodbyes leading up to the 5 p.m. Eastern Time deadline Thursday. I'm Brian chuck. This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio. It's the largest multi state settlement in U.S. history dealing with privacy. Google has agreed to pay a total of $391.5 million to 40 states to resolve an investigation into its controversial location tracking practices. The investigation found that Google had secretly recorded users movements and provided the data to advertisers for years, even after consumers believed they had turned off the location tracking feature. It's a practice that Google says it's already discarded under the settlement Google will
Bloomberg Radio New York
"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Council. At Bloomberg markets, our guests know where to get the answers. Just to put a good word in for Bloomberg, one of the few systems you can easily use to figure it out is right in front of you. Inside. Analysis. And the best from the Bloomberg terminal. The Bloomberg terminal is like a Ducati Panigale. I can extract maybe 5 to 6% of a total. I don't think you're even close. I think it's like sitting on top of a Saturn V 5. Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and met Miller, weekday mornings at ten eastern, on Bloomberg radio. There's concern of a crippling snow event in Buffalo. It's already started snowing and by Sunday, New York governor hochul said buffalo could be buried in up to 6 feet of snow. We'll continue our efforts, but it will not be safe for considerable amount of time for motors to go back on the roads. The governor said the state is ready to deal with the snow 11 New York counties are already under a state of emergency. Russia is taking Britney griner to a penal colony in the mordovia region, Reuters reports the American basketball star was moved to an undisclosed prison location. Griner was sentenced to 9 years in a penal colony on drug charges in August. Employees of Twitter are resigning in large numbers after Elon Musk issued an ultimatum that they need to commit to a hardcore work environment. CNBC shared internal slack messages that showed engineers and other employees saying their goodbyes leading up to the 5 p.m. Eastern Time deadline Thursday. I'm Brian chuck. And I'm Doug prisoner Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check the sours top business stories on the markets. In China, Tencent Holdings has won approval for its first new major game title in more than a year as China's gaming market started to shrink. The mobile game metal slug awakening was among 70 titles approved by the government for the month of November. Advisers overseeing the ruins of the crypto exchange FTX group laid bare as stunning list of allegations against the company's former leadership, including nonexistent oversight, and the misuse of client funds. Now, these allegations will likely help fuel any criminal and regulatory action against company founder Sam bankman freed. Right now in Hong Kong shares in Alibaba are up by more than 6%, even though the Chinese firm reported mixed results for the second quarter, Alibaba announced plans to upsize its stock buyback program by $15 billion. After the bell in the U.S. Applied Materials gave a better than feared sales forecast for the current quarter, supply chains improvement helped the company offset the effect of an economic slowdown, a mat is the biggest maker of chip making equipment. Shares in William Sonoma fell 12% in late U.S. trading after the company said it will not reiterate or update its outlook for fiscal 2024, the company blamed macro uncertainty. We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg, well to gain in Alibaba is helping to send the hang seng index up 9 tenths of 1%, although on the Chinese mainland chenghai composite down a tenth of 1% in Seoul the Cosby rising a half of 1% in Sydney the ASX 200 is a head three tenths of 1% and in Tokyo we've got the Nike higher by two tenths of 1%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts, this is Bloomberg
"mordovia" Discussed on WTOP
"We found out the calls we see if there's if there's a thread that links all three incidents. But right now he says they don't have that thread. Mike Murillo WTO P news. In Ukraine Russian air strikes have targeted the country's energy facilities again as the first snow of the season fell in Kyiv. The chilly weather is a harbinger of the hardship to come if Moscow's missiles continue taking out power and gas plants as winter arrives. At least four people are dead in these latest attacks, separately, the United Nations has announced the extension of a deal to ensure exports of grain and fertilizers from Ukraine that were disrupted by the war. That deal was set to expire soon renewing fears of a global food crisis. Now, the fact that a missile launched in the war in Ukraine trashed into Poland this week's stunned many TLP national security correspondent JJ green tells us it was a reminder of something military experts feared from the very beginning. Mistakes. This is what geopolitical and military experts are saying. Ukraine is fighting off every day, dozens, if not hundreds of missiles being fired from Russia. And in the process of defending themselves, they're having to launch missiles at those missiles. The possibility of a mistake is very, very high. The key though is if one of those missiles from Russia crashes into a NATO country and as was the case on Tuesday, someone is killed, these experts say we live with that possibility every day and we should recognize it. Knew this afternoon, WNBA star Brittany griner has begun serving her 9 year sentence for drug possession at a Russian penal colony. Griner was transferred to a colony in mordovia after a Russian court last month rejected an appeal of her sentence. Her lawyers said they visited her this week and she is as doing as well as can be expected. Griner was detained in February when Russian customs agents say they found vape canisters containing cannabis oil in her luggage at a Moscow airport. Griner testified she packed them inadvertently in haste to make a flight, she had no criminal intent. I had on WTO. A double murder and a neighborhood in Prince William county. This is Kyle Cooper. That's after traffic and weather four 36. Hi, this is Dave Preston. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and for my brother, that means doing the seating chart of making sure we have cranberry sauce, both kinds. He asks for quite a bit, isn't
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Brittney Griner Transferred to Penal Colony Outside Moscow, Lawyers Say
"WNBA star Brittany greiner's begun serving a drug conviction Senate in a Russian penal colony I Norman hall According to her lawyers and agent Brittany griner has been relocated to a penal colony in mordovia about 210 miles east of Moscow a statement from the attorney says she is doing as well as could be expected in trying to stay strong as she adopts to a new environment A Russian court rejected an appeal of her Senate's last month the 8 time all star center with the double the NBA's Phoenix mercury and a two time Olympic gold medalist was convicted August 4th at the police said they found vape canisters containing cannabis oil in her luggage I Norman hall
"mordovia" Discussed on WTOP
"Officials reiterating, there is no evidence that the missile was launched by the Russian side. That tallies with the U.S. and NATO. However, Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky has broken ranks, saying this is not our missile and not our missile strike. WNBA star Brittany griner has started serving her drug sentence at a Russian penal colony in mordovia. Her lawyers visited her last week and say she's trying to stay strong. The Biden administration has been trying for months to negotiate her release. The Dow Jones lost 6 points today the NASDAQ was down 38, the S&P down 11. This is CBS News. Liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance, so you only pay for what you need. Visit liberty mutual dot com to learn more. Well, hello, everybody, it is four O three, thanks for being with us on this Thursday, November the 17th, 44°. And it's windy out there. Hello, I'm Hillary Howard. And I'm Sean Anderson. Our top local story involves the investigation into that explosion and fire at a condominium complex in Gaithersburg. Montgomery county's fire chief gave us an update on the cleanup a little while ago and says there were more injuries in yesterday's blast than first reported John doman has details from the scene. More than a day later. One unit in 8 26 remains unaccounted for. Montgomery county fire chief Scott Goldstein. Absolutely, we have concerned for the resident that was of record
History Unplugged Podcast
"mordovia" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast
"Population, every stage of the Holocaust was a nightmare. But by the time the Third Reich targeted Hungary's Jewish population for deportation and extermination in 1944, the concentration camps had reached their most efficient form. Historian Gerald reitlinger said, the Hungarian Holocaust was the most concentrated and methodical deportation in massacre program with the war. A slaughter machine that functioned perfectly oiled for 46 days on it. Beginning May 15th, 1944, until July 6th, 12,000 Hungarian Jews arrived per day at Auschwitz. They lined up as they got off the trains with German Shepherd dogs howling at them, where a uniform SS physician would flip his thumb right or left. The few who moved to the right were fit for labor. Those who went left would zoom the line dad inside the camp's gas chambers. By the end of the war, half of Hungary's Jewish population would be dead, but believe it or not, things could have actually turned out much worse. And it all has to do with two prisoners who escaped and told the world what was happening inside the concentration camps. The two were Tesla of, a 24 year old Polish Jew, and arnost Ryan, who was 29 years old. After nearly suffocated in an underground bunker, they escaped and informed Jewish leaders about what they had seen. Their testimony, which corroborated earlier, hard to believe reports of mass killing and Auschwitz by lethal gas provided eyewitness accounts of arrivals of Hungarian Jews meeting the same fate. It was the spark needed to disturb a call for action to pressure Hungary's premiere to defy Hitler, just hours before more than 200,000 Budapest Jewish people were to be deported. Today I'm joined by Fred blakely, author of the new book, the Auschwitz protocols, Tesla of mordovia, and the race to save Hungary's Jews. What we see is that the actions of one person or only a few people can sometimes have massive effects on history. This is a grim story, but also one of hope and how courage can really go a long way. I hope you enjoyed this discussion with Fred likely. The backdrop of your books to the Holocaust, specifically the deportation of Hungary's Jewish population, which occurred in 1944 after the German occupation. This is when the war is drawing to a close, and one historian called the Hungarian Holocaust, the most concentrated and methodical deportation of massacre program of the war, a slaughter machine that functioned perfectly oiled for 46
Bloomberg Radio New York
"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Participated in the appellate proceeding I was able to talk to him briefly ask about his health which is not good is in a hospital in mordovia He's had symptoms of tuberculosis We believe he is very sick and needs to be treated Ambassador Sullivan the 30 year old former marine is currently serving a 9 year prison sentence for allegedly assaulting two Russian police California is working on a shortened work week a new bill would make the official workweek 32 hours for companies with 500 or more employees in California Critics according to Bill a job killer However there is evidence from other countries that is shorter workweek can actually boost productivity and reduce stress Live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg The hybrid work is here It's there It's everywhere But for someone to be able to work from here there has to be someone here Making sure everything is safe secure consistent So log in from here or here assured that someone is here Ready to fix anything Anytime anywhere Even here That's because nobody and I mean nobody makes hybrid work work better Cisco the bridge to possible.
Dots, Lines & Destinations
"mordovia" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations
"Are back with me. Be on the show now. Hey welcome apology stephen. I do last week. Are now long that we when we were in the last episode after we finished recording. But we're just chatting Offline i asked you because he'd been to new mexico before whether you'd like the red chillies there the green chili sauce because i've understood to be somewhat of religious debate out there and you said christmas fun for riding the fence but it's the way to go right. It find a pleasurable look. It's like i kind of want both. Flavors i say generally i preferred the green a little more than the right. I found it. They're both you know various levels of spice with the greens. I thought had a more complex flavor while the red was just a little more heat places. We went every got one that it was completely different than the other part is like. It's not consistent sauce from you. know a jug clearly. These guys are making their own. So let's talk about me. We haven't. I was topic list. Yeah that was good. It was flying socks. Got caught in the cancellations from american airlines over the weekend. A they're saying by the cancel on dfw. On friday night. A fourth of july weekend was a mess so i suppose that is you know. They're canceled a couple hundred flights. And i guess mine was one of them As today ruled on so a lot of scrambling to read book Finally found seats out of boston. The next morning actually only ended up into santa fe probably angers plus get in at ten in the morning and we got on the afternoon so all things considered you know a pretty quick recovery. Just basically everything along. The way wasn't what we expected to be. Different hotel plan different places. We planned couldn't rental car. 'cause i picked offsite location. Which was my mistake. Not checking but it was only open to tend to tend to two and we ended after it was closed. Yeah like you to take car into town and then basically the. It's actually funny as my brother. We met up with my brother and sister-in-law. He's like hey. I know you're going to get the car. But i figure we might split up at some point during the week so i just went ahead. Renton an extra car. Not so that the place. We rented from closed on sunday which was fourth of july so we ended up being without car for like forty eight hours that we plan to have it so the fact that my brother shut up with a separate car from albuquerque actually creeped usually helpful sometimes. Sometimes being lucky is better than being good. They say but new mexico's interesting. We did some rafting on the rio grande granddaddy programs big in new mexico stream. Yeah someone misnomer. If you will not grander nice. Grand day but rafting was actually still very fine In santa fe is i would say feels very touristy if you're in the downtown core yet As to was where we dropped off. Or where would drop in So what we're supposed to be and whatnot. We bizarre like that. 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"mordovia" Discussed on Al otro lado del micrófono
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Target USA Podcast by WTOP
"mordovia" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP
"One coming up in this episode of target usa. Paul whalen american former marine. He serving a sixteen year prison sentence in a labour camp in russia on bogus charges of espionage for the first time since he's been in custody. There's a real possibility. A presidential summit may lead to some progress on getting him home but his twin brother david while optimistic is very cautious about the outcome of the summit between president biden and vladimir putin. I'm not sure that expected anything. Concrete in relation to paul. I think as many people do. There are generally low expectations for actionable outcomes from the summit next week. David says in addition to being exposed to the elements in an unheeded barracks. There's also crowding there's been overcrowding issues. There's been a work related issues He doesn't speak the language and so he has occasionally been written up for violations of whatever president code there is so he's not sure what that's four and whether he will be eventually put in. Solitary accumulates enough of these little jets that and much more as we hear exclusive information about. What's going on with paul whalen and russian coming up on this edition of target. Usa national security podcast from wto in washington dc. This is target usa. Russia could render huge arm to this north korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the united states dangerous terrorist. Dc is repeatedly mentioned someplace they would like to see an attack cyber criminal decryption. The success america as a target on its back and on this program we investigate the threats the people behind them the agencies fighting them and the impact on you. This is target. Usa the national security podcast. I'm jay jay green. If you follow this podcast. You know we've been following the case so call wayland since december of two thousand eighteen and we haven't spoken to his family on the record for an interview since last year and we caught up with his identical twin brother david this week to find out how he's doing. What is situation as in terms of getting out of there and what kind of expectations. The family has as president biden prepares to meet with russian president vladimir putin next week in geneva. So we haven't spoken to you in a while. would you give me some background on. What's been going on with paul in the last. I think the last time we spoke he was during it was during his trial or sometime around that time frame but You know. We've been in contact but i haven't actually an interview with you but We know that he's now in seventeen. So tell us how he's doing and what's been going on for the last few months the last year. I guess it's been about a year since his trial. Then and then in august he had been meeting with his counsel and then he disappeared and he about three weeks later out in mordovia. It's a part of the russian federation that is about eight hours away from moscow And he'd been delivered by prison train to a labor colony called ak seventeen And since then it's been a very much a you know same sort of routine every day. As far as we can tell he works on garments that are created for commercial purposes. They're they're sold by the prison system. I believe to other people and he does that. Every day. He has Experienced all of the in a wild temperatures of mordovia they have unheeded barracks. And so when it gets down to minus tanner minus twenty They don't really have a lot of Of coverage for their For their health and things. There's a sort of health issues you have in that sort of an environment where a lot of people get sick and then for a while. There was a time when one barracks was being kept just for the second. All of the other prisoners were being. Moved into the other two barracks so there's been overcrowding issues that has been work related issues He doesn't speak the language and so he has occasionally been written up for Violations of whatever prison code there is so he's not sure what that's four and whether he will be eventually put in solitary if he accumulates enough of these little chits. I think it's a very uncomfortable situation to be. Because as i say you have to not only navigate a culture. You don't speak the language of but it's a prison culture and the prisoners run a lot of the internal workings of the prison until about december. It was very difficult for him to get phone calls out But since then he's been able to speak to our parents regularly. and so that has been really a lifeline. We've started to see see the messages that he shared with. Our parents were very consistent with the messages he was sharing with the consulate and so that sort of consistency has helped us that confidence that he's able to share when he needs to share with people whatever's going on in his life. Yeah that was. Those are some of the things i was going to ask you about specifically Now is he keeping in touch is. Is it safe to say that. His parents those phone calls with them on the only ways you're getting any really relevant and current information from him. Yes he's still able to write letters recently. Sent hit over a number one thousand because he has numbered all of the letters through his Two and a half years in the russian detention so we still get letters they go to my folks but as far as current information day to day some of the calls have been very similar to what he would have done When he was driving home from work in novi michigan he might have given my parents a call while he was in stuck in traffic. And it's the same sort of day to day. You know this is what's happening in my life. How's your how's your day. Been sort of thing getting to that point of regular communication for my folks. I think has been a huge benefit and probably has been a good mental benefit for paul. Because there's a degree of normalcy that your life outside of the prison outside of this horrible situation is still accessible. So you've Reported or at least a you mentioned in a note this morning that the russian news is reporting that the public monitoring commission is making its regularly scheduled visit to i k seventeen. Which is the prison camp where he's kept. What do you expect to happen. then there. It's difficult to know when he was in la puerta held in the pre trial detention facility in moscow for the first eighteen months of his arbitrary detention the public monitoring folks come in and we check in on him and actually ask him questions about how he was doing and they would get a sense and sometimes we would get a sense for the first time. That paul is having issues or had you know had a negative interaction with guard or whatever so. We don't really need that sort of communication now. But i'm interested to see if the public monitoring folks will speak to paul and ask him if he's got questions because we we do have questions about whether he can get support for asking for clemency from president putin and brother things and it's not really clear how paul would avail themselves of that without knowing of the russian language. Yeah you know His attorney think it was vladimir zero bank off Some interesting things happen to him And it's not clear exactly wha- what he's able to do now. What.
Feliz Dia Novo
"mordovia" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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Die Arenz Show
"mordovia" Discussed on Die Arenz Show
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Eu tava la
"mordovia" Discussed on Eu tava la
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Science Movie Club: 'Twister'
"Alley. Burgos still remembers the first time she saw it. I mean we all do as about in fourth grade. It was maybe around midnight. Probably not that late because my parents probably wouldn't let me step that lay but Curtains drawn. I was knitting and I happened to come across admitted I happened to come across this movie on. Tv is just flipping channels. You know and I saw a tornado so I started watching it and I was just mesmerized. I remember my dad coming down and like yelling at me to go to bed. I was like just just wait. One more minute like I need to keep watching this Which she did and she saw the defining weather film of Nineteen Ninety. Six a movie. I love to hate twister starring Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt in the movie chase down tornadoes trying to find a way to study them up close and personal and eventually they end up finding each other like it is such a good kind of bad movie. Yeah absolutely it's one of those things that you just watch like. Oh it's so good but so bad at the same time. So today. Our first shortwave. Movie Club we're talking one of my personal favorites twister with Alli Burgos meteorologist in analyst for the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. I- Madison via shortwave. The daily science podcast from NPR. Alright here's the plan. I'm GonNa talk about some scenes in the movie alleys going to tell us about the science. Here we go in pretty much any scene with a tornado. It makes the sound. It's so ridiculous because tornadoes don't sound like roaring lion. I'm pretty darn sure. I think when I was reading a little bit about the movie they really want to make the Tornados. Seem like you know. A person are like this thing with like character and soul and generally tornadoes actually sound more like this constant low rumble sound or more like a rushing train. All right all right next up something. They got Kinda right the whole movie. Scientists are trying to get this instrument called Dorothy into the path of a tornado. We put her up inside a tornado. So they don't get sucked up in send out readings from the inside radio back information about the internal structure wind velocities flow a symmetry. We learn more than thirty six and they have in the past thirty years profile. The tornado for the first time the cool thing is is that these instruments are real. Scientists actually tried a version of this in the eighties sprite. Yeah so they modeled Dorothy after a real instrument called toto from wizard of Oz. The little dog toto. That's why they named it. And so the basic idea was to put that in the path of a tornado and had I could measure temperature and pressure and winds because what they really needed was to be able to get measurements real time so they only had things from radar doppler. So that's all from faraway measuring all those things and they tried it a couple of times in. It's really dangerous. As as the movie shows of trying to put something into our tornadoes half but now they actually have a new program that Noah is starting to fund called Torres and this is taking really small weather balloons and putting instruments on that and flying them up in Tornado. Okay so the balloon kind of takes that instrument package with it versus having to put a big clunky metal thing right in the power. So we've come a long way from like dropping something off a pickup truck into the center of the Tornado so cool so so the instrumentation while it wasn't like trying to measure exactly the same things was actually based off of a real experiment yet. They exact concept behind it was was the same so the last big scene of the movie is perhaps in. This is saying the. Let's be honest. It's the best season so the main characters are trying to get as close to an f five tornado. Great idea as they possibly can. And they deliver this device into the tornado and they kind of like get stuck on this farm. They're trying to run away from the Tornado at the same time report. You couldn't do in real life. Okay okay this is good because this is going to ask you about. But they basically find their way into this tiny shed Phil. Paxton is like it's fine. We're going to tether ourselves to this pipe. That goes really deep in the ground. Do with these two leather straps and then f five tornado rolls over the shed. Horrifically over the rips. The shed out of the ground. They're like being pulled up into the center of the tornadoes. One it is the most fun scene of the movie. You feel like you're inside of that Tornado with them. You see lightning bolts going on. There are multiple mini tornadoes within the big tornado. Within the tornado passes and they're totally fine her fine. Yes the biggest issue with that scene. Is that if you did have supposedly an F five tornado which you wouldn't be able to tell just looking at it is that all of the debris flying on around them would most likely kill them an f five tornado has wins upwards of three hundred miles an hour so even if you have a small small screwdriver for example of rats flying at that speed hits you you're gone and if you saw in that scene there is a shed and it's like full of like farming equipment ause and they would probably get hit by something like that but it certainly makes it a fun scene so tell me when you're saying you can't tell just by looking at because they're like this is an f. five right yeah so you can actually determine the scale or the intensity of a tornado just by looking at it what scientists have to do is do a damage survey afterwards and see all of the damage that the tornado caused and then from that they can determine the intensity walked has now moved on to the northeast. I've just got Mordovia. That even stronger Hornet is now starting to form twenty five miles from one you know so at at no point. Can you predict that a tornado is going to be at five before it happened? Correct to do the damage report. And you say okay based on this system this right and they were just going by you. Know bigger means stronger more violent. And that's not always the case you can actually have tornadoes that are look pretty small but that are very very violent. Okay all right so we have hated on twister a little bit by now but I feel like a lot of times in science movies. Scientists seem like pretty buttoned up lay definitely predominantly male. Which they still are in this movie. But you know. The lead researcher in this movie is woman. She's got a personal stake in her science. She's really passionate about helping people in that kind of stuck with me for sure. Yeah I think that stuck with a lot of people and I think a lot of people don't realize that there are tons and tons of researchers out in the field and so it's really cool just seeing people like down getting their hands dirty and really putting their heart and soul especially into something that is so important to help people and you told me that. This movie played a big role in your life to. Oh definitely I was one of those weird kids that watch the weather channel. Every morning waking up from school normal kid and so- twister definitely kind of showed me that there's another side of science besides just being a TV broadcasting like you can go out and research these things and going to college to study meteorology. My parents actually bought me that movie as a parting gift on DVD. It's fair to say that this movie inspired you in some way to go into your. Oh definitely and I think it inspired a lot of people to I know all of my meteorology friends speak very fondly of this movie when they were kids.