17 Burst results for "Vasili"

"vasili" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

07:35 min | 2 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on Epicenter

"So you mentioned right that the misbehavior of the relay can be kind of detected by the rest of the network. This is also true for, I guess, node operators or the other parties and what would happen to them if let's say it would operator starts to not follow the convention or like build a block himself, will they be excluded from the relay or how would that work in practice? So really, this is designed in such a way that there isn't really a way for node operators to misbehave. The reason why you need this is because you want to be able to support solo stickers. To be able to support 100% of the network, you need to be able to support node operators, I completely untrusted. And so there isn't really a way for node operators to abuse and grief the system. What you can. Where the misbehavior sort of occurs or has the potential to occur is on the relay. So there's three specific ways in which a relay can misbehave with regards to their relationship with the node operators. They can lie about the payment that they are making. For the inclusion of this block, they can produce a block that's just invalid. It has a transaction in there that violates some consensus rules, and therefore the block just gets thrown out. Or it can withhold the block. So it can just not reveal the block to the network when it has to. So each of these different misbehaviors have specific mitigations, that mean that node operators can observe and identify when these take place. And then terminate the relationship with that relay. Maybe a question to vasili kind of on this now you kind of mentioned that the payment is received once a blog is revealed to the node operators. Now, if there were a lie to a policy kind of how would that go to the what that kind of accrue to the STE holders somehow can you kind of explain your thoughts on that? Yeah, we've got already an upgrade out, like light door is already for the merchant of the most things. We expect operators to set up the payment address as light address. The other accrued on this address will be staked in proportionally accrued those Tech Data holders. So it's a bit of a bump on APR for the whole stack that they hold us. So proportionally mean like the same kind of commission structure that applies to the main mistake rewards will also apply to the MeV. Yeah, same structure. So out of 100% of a meteor was like 90% goes to stake us and 5% do not operate us and 5% to wider. It has one fun side effect of automatically smooth in the immediate rewards. So in light operators, if you get the average, and if you reward per day, basically. And in proportion to how many nodes there on. So there is no outsized winners and losers in the only extraction lie that it's all smoothed out. And yeah, thanks, that's helpful. Maybe we can talk a little bit about the markets here, right? 'cause you mentioned a bunch of different parties, right? So we basically have the person making the transaction and there is like sort of the application, let's say, it will look through something similar. Then there is the relayer. The block builder, I guess, and then the validator, I guess, in this case, there's even light a doll as an additional party that like that's in there. But can you talk a little bit about, you know, what are the sort of market access and where do you see the economic value that derives from value and cost? That derives from MeV, where do you see that crew? And I guess flashbots is another party that's in there, right? Yeah, so we sort of see ourselves as the game designers here, right? Like our goal is to design a game that is incentive aligned with the interests of all the stakeholders in the system. And also a line with the objective of the chain that we're designing a game for. And what we sort of see as being a healthy game with regards to the supply chain is one in which the value accrues to the edges. So it accrues to the user whose trying to interact with the chain and to the stakers at the other end who are ultimately providing the capital and the security for the chain. So what a healthy supply chain looks like is a lot of competition at each intermediary step between the users and the staker, such that each role takes a minimum minimum fee, a minimal rent extraction. The market should be the one that sets exactly how that how big that value is. But in a competitive market it should trend towards zero, or as close as possible to it. So really that's how we see the utopic game evolving. Now, economic incentives are such that any actor in the system want to accrue outside rent for themselves. They want to monopolize and reduce the competition for their role to be able to increase the percentage of the economic benefit that they can capture themselves. And that is the key metric to look out for. How much of the value is being accrued to the edges, the users and stakers versus to intermediaries who are who are collecting month. Do you have any indication or how much that currently is or is there any kind of looking into that form on the MeV side and proof work? Or do you think it will improve with proof of stake and then MeV boost versus proof of work? Very difficult to quantify. So there's a few goals with flashbots. So first is the democratized access to MeV, prevented from becoming sort of these exclusive games. This also means maximize

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"vasili" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

09:16 min | 2 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on Epicenter

"To epic. The show which talks about the technology is part of some people driving decentralization and the blockchain revolution. I'm Brian crane and I'm here with my co host Felix loch. So today we're going to speak with Stefan Stefan. They're from the flashboards team and delight your team. So just a few words and that's a flash box. Of course, is 150 team that's really pioneered to work around MeV, which has become one of the most important topics in crypto, you know, across all blockchains, people are worrying and thinking about this topic. And flashbots done really pioneered this field. And focusing on Ethereum and how to address this on Ethereum and then of course the city is firm lido, which has become deleting liquid staking solution and especially on Ethereum has a huge amount of state and has also taken on a key role in shaping the future of Ethereum and of staking on Ethereum. Now, just before we go into the episode, briefly about our sponsor. So our sponsor is tally hill. So tali Ho is redefining the wallet as a public good. You can think of it like a community owned alternative to meta mask. With tally Ho, you can enter the metaverse with a web three wallet that's fully community owned and operated. It's the first wallet that's also Tao. So and commitment to community ownership and public goods goes beyond the wallet. So for example, they became one of the first sponsors of ether JS, an open-source JavaScript library, helping to develop this connector to Ethereum. And they also pledged some two and a half percent if they're talking to it, Bitcoin aqueduct. So head over to Italy dot cache cache to try out the wallet and play hooks features. So with that, let's go into the episode. So thanks so much for joining us, guys. Maybe we can maybe we can just do with interest from each of you before we sort of get into the meat of the topic, maybe step on. You want to go first? Yes. Quick intro. Hey, I'm Stefan. I'm one of the cofounders over at flashbots. I focus on everything that product product architecture related. And yeah, one of the big focuses for me over the last year has been figuring out an MeV solution for proof of stake Ethereum. So this is super excited to be here chatting with you all about it. Hey, I'm vasili. I work with the LIDAR as basically tech lead. I will lie down. And we are doing a liquid stake in for basically we want to be a doll that builds the goods taken for everything, what's taken currently where on the polygon Solana polkadot Costa. And you didn't want for avalanche. And on the. Leading liquid state and protocol. Cool. Well, let's just do a little bit of context for people, I mean, we've done a whole bunch of episodes about MeV, but still some people, it's a complex topic. So maybe we can just do a very brief intro like what is MeV and like, why is it important? Okay, I can take this on. So I need to sort of all the value that a privileged actor within a system like a blockchain is able to extract from their position as this privileged actor. When there was initially sort of brought to the community as part of Philadelphia research, it looked at minor extractable value. So the ability that minor is hot on Ethereum to extract value from inserting, reordering, reordering, or sensoring transactions. And looking specifically at sort of arbitrage and PGA wars on Ethereum. And the goal was to sort of identify what are the ways in which this value that miners have the ability to extract is actually being extracted in practice, which was through the use of gas wires and gas powered bots. And try to model what are sort of the negative externalities and the endgame of this value extraction. It quickly built up to be sort of a massive problem or a massive opportunity depending on who you are in the system. Over the last year, over a $1 billion of MeV has been extracted just atomically on Ethereum alone. And the MeV ecosystem has sort of ground to be much, much bigger than this. MeV poses a bunch of different threats to these kinds of decentralized systems. The main one being a centralization risk. And so that's why we sort of form flashbots as an organization to try to understand the problem better, do a lot of research and then build solutions that help mitigate them. Cool, yeah. So great to have you guys on. Also, and I wanted to dive a bit into that, right? So there is this concept that you introduced Stefan or like platform to introduce, which is this MeV supply chain, maybe can you talk a little bit about the MeV supply chain and where exactly the centralization risks lie that you just kind of briefly touched upon? Yeah, so the MeV supply chain is a simplification. I suppose of how the ecosystem is emerging around MeV. How the industry is emerging and the different roles the actors are playing. So the way that it works is we look at starting from a user that has certain set of preferences. They want to execute some kind of action on top of on top of a chain. They want to execute some sort of state transition. But they need help to do so. So really what they have is a set of preferences. Then what they do is they interact with an application. Whether the application is adapt, like uniswap or a wallet like meta mask, the interact with some kind of interface that helps them encode their preferences into a transaction. It's rather than the job of that application to figure out how to take this transaction and actually get it executed on chain. Historically has been pretty simple. They send that transaction to the transaction pool, it gets picked up by a minor, and it gets included. What we've sort of noticed is with these MeV opportunities, but operators picking up transactions from the transaction pool and sort of inserting themselves in the middle of the supply chain. Adding additional transactions around it to form sort of a bundle of transactions. And then submitting that to the miners for inclusion. So if you're keeping up right now, we have already four different actors on the supply chain. The user, the application, the searchers, and the miners. Finally, with the approach of proof of stake, we introduce this additional role, which referred to as the builder, and that is really just separating out the role that the miner has into two. So the role of taking a bunch of these bundles from searchers and transactions from users and producing a block with it, the block builder role. And then the role of taking the most valuable block and proposing it to the network. This is the validator rule. So that's the ensemble of the supply chain. Now, now your question here was, where does centralization emerge in all of this? The risk of MeV is initially that operators who were very good at extracting these kinds of opportunities would partner with minors to get some exclusive access to block space, right? Exclusive access to hash rate. And be able to extract the MeV and get transactions included using sort of one on one deals, as opposed to an open market for that block space. What would happen in that case is these miners are these integrated minor MeV searchers would get super linear rewards relative to their hash rate. So they would receive more rewards than an other minor would for the same amount of hashrate.

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"vasili" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

03:18 min | 3 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"And how did they know about me? If it hadn't been for this defector, vasili mitrokhin, who was an archivist in the KGB archives, he was actually pretty high level. He wasn't in charge of the relocation of the archive. And he really hated the you had reason to believe he hated the Soviet system. I think I remember that his son was quite ill and he could have gotten treatment in England and he was not allowed to travel to England with his son. So he, his hatred, he tried to figure out what to do and how to do damage to that system. So he started copying notes. Little slips of paper and written that he smuggled out in his underwear and his socks. Over the years, and then he transcribed them with the typewriter and then put the pieces of paper and into some kind of a container and bear it doesn't start on. It was, I believe, in 19 92, when he showed up, that was already the Soviet Union was gone. So he showed up at the U.S. embassy in Moscow and told him what he had and it was on a weekend and apparently there was a junior person in charge, and he said, you know what? What you got, we are not interested in it's really old. That's a career limiting move, right? Because Vasily mitrokhin then made its way to one of the Baltic republics and contacted MI 6. And they said, come on in Nord fellow. I have a cup of tea. And so they managed to get this stuff out of the dacha and get it to England, and eventually the MI 6 shared it with the FBI. And there wasn't a whole lot of information about me, was very, very little was like there's a person by the name of Jack barsky, who is an illegal operating in the northeast of the United States. Now, if it was Jim Miller, there wouldn't have found me Jack basket was easy to find. So I need to check social security and Jack barsky was had gotten his social security card at the age of 33, bingo. Okay. All they know though was that I wasn't illegal, but I was still living there. They didn't know whether I was active, inactive. And the other thing that they knew that I was a really, really well trained agent, because I was still there, right? So they took, I think, almost three years to investigate me, watch me from a distance because, you know, if I was still active, I would have found out that somebody's investigating here. So you started being less and less active in terms of. Oh, I stopped completely. What I mean is surveillance detection mode. Yes, that's sort of the action. After three months, I stopped altogether. Okay. Yeah. Good point. And FBI is still very careful.

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"vasili" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The finance HR and planning system for a changing world. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm juana summers. And I'm Ari Shapiro, Russia has increased its aerial assault on southern Ukraine recently. It's been firing missiles at areas outside of the Donbass, hitting food storage facilities in the city of Nikolai. And just hours ago, at least 21 people were killed and dozens were injured when Russian missiles struck a residential tower and recreation center, just outside the city of Odessa. And Peter granite's reports. The sun and the beach has a red skull and crossbones, warning of landmines laid to prevent an amphibious landing by Russians. That doesn't stop a dozen or so people from hopping the fence to catch the sun on a beautiful, hot afternoon. One of them is an older man named vasili. He doesn't give us his last name. You sense he's a little embarrassed for breaking the rules. Sometimes I worry, he says, sometimes I don't. If I worry all the time, I should live in a bomb shelter. While he may sound carefree, others are frustrated. Slava bielski has a beer in hand as he takes in the beach and waves. Which is which people are tired from the war, he says, people want to live their normal lives. Volodymyr dubovik is the director of international studies at Odessa mechnikov university. He says Russia's desire to capture Odessa is cultural, historic, and economic. To the psyche. I mean, for they are understanding of the Russian world in Ukraine. There's no place, but Odessa. The city is Russian speaking. It's port made it one of the biggest cities in the Russian Empire. In many Russians vacationed here and did business here before the war

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"vasili" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

03:12 min | 4 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"All right, on Saturday, the undisputed lightweight championship will be settled once and for all when Devin Haney challenges George Cambodia in Australia. Down under for all the 135 pound belts, George Campbell, of course, coming off a huge win over to a female Lopez late last year, and George joins me here on the show. George, before I get into your preparation for this fight, what is the last 6 months or so been like for you as you have gone from, you know, relatively unknown contender to four belt world champion. Yeah, look, it's been amazing. The support has been right up there. The whole country behind me, you know, a lot of the world behind me that was so impressed from that big victory I had with Lopez. But my tunnel vision in my obsession got more. I became champion and I became hungrier. I got to build my own private gym, which was real fun. And that's what I put in the work for at this whole camp for at this whole time. I got to really continue to perfect my craft. But these laws did get busy, a lot more people wanted to make me. You did get right back in the gym. I mean, following you on social media was probably a week maybe after you got back to Australia and you were right back in. Actually, I was back in the gym when I went to the Devin Haney JoJo dies for an in the MGM Grand nonstop because I'm never content. I'm always trying to get better and better and that's the corner photo I am so even while I was scoping out my opponents after my big win against Lopez, I was not enjoying the high life. I was not partying. I was not celebrating. I was back into the June because that's what I do. You wrap that Devin Haney fight like you said against JoJo Diaz Devin won that fight for a while, you thought you were going to get vasili lomachenko. Of course it didn't work out lomachenko's got his situation in the Ukraine. How did you feel at the time about pivoting from lomachenko to Devin Haney? No problem. I always said that all the Devin Haney or lomachenko whoever wanted the fight whoever made the best do and everything made sense also thought them both. No problem so I got a lot of respect for lomachenko obviously he went to the war. He's fighting a bigger fight and no problem. Devin Haney was one of the guys that we wanted as well and he came to the party respect to that and here we are. You had the leverage as the four belt champion at lightweight and you used it. You got a multi fight deal effectively in this situation. You're having the fight in Australia. Why was it important for you to have this title defense in Australia? Of course, you know, I had to go earn the builds of teeth in my life as in his backyard. I had to do and I can't let you back to back set. I deserve this, I deserve to have the do the way I want it and the way it makes much sense for my future, my family, but for me I love to fight. And being so passionate about falling, especially here in Australia, I had to bring this back to Australia. It had to be here. I had to defend my belt at home. Nothing else mattered by 40 here in Australia because it's been a long time, so now I get to have my people supported me and that's the most amazing part about it, because I get to really get to.

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"vasili" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"vasili" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

02:29 min | 6 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"Can use that as a growth engine for your product success. All right, so as we know automation is one of those things that when it's done well, people don't notice it. So how would you guys describe automation and its value to someone who maybe isn't an expert in the area? I can raise my hand. Go ahead, Jared. If that's how we do this. Well, in my opinion, within automation, I look at it as like a way to kind of provide the ability to repeat a task or a process with very little oversight. I think the important thing is you want to check on it every once in a while just to make sure it's still doing what you expect it to do, but for the most part, you don't have to think about it. Yeah. I concur with that. The one thing that what we look at without automation in our use cases where we help our customers is that certain things can be automated just like what they've been doing, whatever the task is happening. But many of those tasks may need to be personalized. They need to be fine tuned for specific user group of users in order to really help with that growth chair. So you can just think about repetition, but you have to kind of use data to figure out how to make that adjustment for the right users. So I think this is where automation really is going to be more interesting in the future is how do you do this in a way of scale and automate a process that is actually a little bit fine genome for that specific end user in the end. Yeah, and vasili I'm so happy you said data because I think that's such an important part of how automation is growing. The systems that need to be connected or the data that might be critical to how an automation starts..

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"vasili" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

06:10 min | 7 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Won this match because he can do things now that he didn't used to be able to do in terms of volleying. His neck coverage was unbelievable with his reflexes, tight on the net, coming up with volleys that, frankly, he thought he'd missed that he would hit for winners. His backhand is better than it ever used to be. And it just kind of showed, I thought, you know, alcaraz is already amazing. He's already great. I'm so sure he's going to have a good career, you know, touch were injury doesn't affect him. But the dog just sort of reminded him down the other end. You know, if you want a legendary career, you've got to keep evolving and keep improving because you've got to get to the kind of tennis that I'm playing and I just thought that contrast between the sort of youthful promising alcaraz and the guy who's already done it for 15, 20 years was kind of fascinating to watch play out. And I get the sense that alcaraz is going to relish that development in his own game. Because he just he's already trying to add serve volley into it and stuff like that, which is an amazing thing to see a young lad with a baseline game like that prepared to do already. But I agree with you. I mean, it was Nadal just delving into everything. He's ever done. In order to find the answers and it was just intoxicating as a contrast and also the moment that the wind dropped and then it was like the civil right there. Let's go for it land. We can stop hitting it down the center. Let's tee off for half an hour. He's got it. Yes, it was like, it was like that moment in an F one race where they get rid of the safety car and they were just unleashed suddenly. It was like it was like a sprint to the finish. God, it was amazing. And look, Nadal, look, I know he lost the final. But he has enriched and lit up this first few months of the Tennessee. I'm really incomplete awe at what he's done, his best ever start to a season at his age, having just come back from a really career threatening injury and yeah, I've enjoyed watching him so, so much, and I'm kind of fascinated by what he does about the clay now, you know, given he has had an injury here. The foot has also been a problem. I don't know whether he's going to play his usual full scattered on the clay. I would think he would try, but it's going to be interesting to see what he does about the clay over the next few months. That's going to be another kind of fascinating element to Nadal's season, I think. Because he's not going to play Miami he's due to play Monte Carlo, then Barcelona, then Madrid then Rome, the usual. So yes, we will watch with interest and bring you all of the movements as they take place. Right. The doubles tournaments Jack sark and John Isner won their second Indian Wells title together. They also went in 2018, heck of a run to the title, they beat Nikola mektic in mato Paris in round one, Nick curios and tenacity Kaka nakas in round two, so that's the Australian open champions and the multiple Grand Slam champions in the previous round. Stefano sits a basin to Feliciano Lopez in the quarterfinals. Zverev and galli bev in the semis and then Gonzales and roger vasili in the final. Jack sock in the words of John Isner, Catherine, best doubles player in the world, hands down. That's a burn, isn't it for the special case? Who were taking a momentary break from changing the sport? Now, you're going to have to help me with the names of the women's doubles champions Catherine. I've got them written down in front of me, but I'm really not confident. You've been saying them all week. Who won the title? Ju and Yang, the first all Chinese pairing to win a title at 1000 level. And they were joy to watch actually jus in particular, she was she was a magician out there in terms of what she could do with her racket. It was, yeah, it was a really classic doubles watch. And they beat Asia Muhammad and he was Asia Muhammad's partner. Yes. But Asia Muhammad is the one I'm thinking of because she's just been on a ridiculous tear recently. She was unbeaten in singles and doubles across 20 ish matches. Most of the ITF level it has to be said, but you know, Windsor wins and reached the final 1000 level within a shibahara and they were scratch pairing. For that tournament, so yeah, and they took a break early on. And it looked like, you know, the role would continue incredibly impressive to turn it around. And that's quite a big deal. You know, first all Chinese pairing to win at this level, so wants to watch. Very much so. So Miami is starting tomorrow, the WTA event, the ATP event starts on Wednesday, a couple of draw highlights here Amanda Ennis over against Shelby Rogers in round one, Naomi Osaka could face Angelique Kerber in round two. It's like this all the time, isn't it? Just Grand Slam champions facing off. Talking of which emirati against the amount of halo is a possible round three. In the ATP events, Novak Djokovic is, by the way, he's back to number one in the world. Of course, he's not playing Miami, but he's got himself back to the top ranking Dan and Medvedev needs to get to the Miami semis to get it back. Could face Andy Murray in the second round could Daniel Medvedev Murray faces federica del bonis in the first round and a quarter that has stephanus sits a pass carlot alcaraz Felix Jose auger and Taylor Fritz unless he withdraws. They're all in the same quarter, which is a really packed little section of the draw..

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"vasili" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:51 min | 7 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Understand why I'm here, but what else is the way you're doing this? That's where you could, but you could die. Most of the refugees won't stay here. Russian vasili is the chief of the Moldovan border police, and he has all the numbers. On the days I was visiting about 90% of all Ukrainians entering Moldova were continuing straight on to the EU. Still, tens of thousands remain, and Moldova can barely cope. Like Ukraine, it has now applied for rapid EU membership. But its prospects aren't good. For one, it's extremely poor. It also has its sound troubles with Russia. In 1990, a region called Transnistria declared independence from Moldova. It's nothing but a tiny strip of land between the river and Easter and Ukraine. But its political importance is immense. Mainly Russian speaking, it is supported by Russia. It has even asked to join it. That's why many here are worried that if Ukraine falls, Moldova could be next. For monocle, analysis. And you can read Alexei's full report in next month's issue of monocle magazine. Now, turkey's role as a mediator took center stage yesterday when its foreign minister hosted the first meeting of his counterparts from Ukraine and Russia since the start of the invasion. The meeting took place on the sidelines of the antalya diplomacy forum, a meeting of foreign ministers from around the world that gets underway today. Monoclonal is in an Italia for us. And he spoke with Janet alis, CEO of crisis management initiative, Marty yata Sari peace foundation, an independent Finnish peace broker. Chris began by asking what makes the diplomatic forum in antalya, especially significant. It has been great to be here. I think that has been the reaction I have heard from so many participants. We haven't had anything like this for a few years because of the pandemic. And really, coming together, that is something that you can feel that there is a different talking and touching people. I think that is important in diplomacy. And in terms of the types of countries and mix here, is that something unique about antalya, would you say? Yes. I think it has some kind of unique characteristics bringing in different players and a different type of players. And not only on certain but you have Munich you have certain meetings focusing on certain part of the world. This is a Munich or Mediterranean meeting in Rome, but this is.

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"vasili" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

Woz Happening!!!!

08:12 min | 7 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

"What is happening where I'm your host The Wizard of Oz, Benji Wozniak, and this week Kara and I and silent Ben, we'll be talking about urban legends from other countries. So it's going to be exciting. We have to actually hear Ben speak. And I want to start it out. And I'm going to start out with Baba yaga, a Russian folklore. So Baba yaga is an ancient swamp witch who loves to eat people. She's mentioned in ant man and the wasp and she's an old Crone with thin lips who lives in a hut and walks on chicken legs. She got Doc Brown claws, wild stringy hair, jerky skin, and she's mostly always catching a spindly Brom. So she's a typical witch. She appears in a story called vasilis, the beautiful Vistula lives with her stepmother and two step sisters who conspired to kill her. Cinderella. They send vasili after Baba yaga, who they want her to eat her like a person would eat a chicken wing. But Baba yaga doesn't. Instead, she actually helps her and has her do some menial tasks such as separating grain from rice and from wheat kernels and trying to get her to fail, but she doesn't. So in reward, Baba yaga gives her a skull lantern that lines her cabin. And when she goes back to her family, the lantern lights from all on fire and consumes them. So vasilis ends up marrying the za. And again, it's sort of a Cinderella ish kind of thing. But instead of having a stepmother, it's doing all good, fairy godmother. She has Baba yaga who is an evil witch. In many cases, Baba yaga isn't that kind. She's actually someone that wants to eat you and kill you. Baba yaga actually has recently become very famous and people have flocked to her because she's outside the bounds of morality and her often comes as a menacing form. So in some ways, she's actually an earth mother. In many Baba yaga tales, she wants to shove her victims into stoves, IE hansel and gretel. But in the hansel and gretel story, she herself gets shoved into the stove and cooked. She's actually grown in popularity in recent times becoming a compelling woman figure because of rejection of social standards and the power that comes from being an independent woman. She's not liar with the power that isn't derived from beauty. Or her relationship with others. Instead, it comes from within earth hut and fiery stove. So that's the story of Baba yaga. So what do you think, Kara? I like the story of Baba yaga. I was introduced to it first through the miss telling of her and hansel and gretel because the Grimm brothers stole everything from Eastern Europe, very fun. But I thought, I think she's super fascinating because I love an evil woman. And I love a good evil woman, and I think she is both of these things. And I think it's really interesting that what can be good to some is bad to others. Yeah, I agree. And a lot of stories they show this woman living in a hut with magical powers in all kinds of stories was the one with the red headed girl from Disney brave brave they do that in she ends up granting powers and she has the cauldron. So yeah, she's actually been around for a long time and they do use her in different safes. And she's still viewed today in the Russian area Czechoslovakia, Poland. Another is this person that will come get you and kill you if wandering to the Woods. Which I think is so funny that like, which is always have to live in the Woods, right? There are always like these fringe members of society, but there are most powerful members. I guess all mythics and druids and they can go back to times like that where everyone is a French society. But I think it's so cool that when I hear the story of you talking about Baba yaga now, I'm not imagining this rare, old type of woman. I'm imagining someone like kind of like dark and evil and fun. Yeah, I think her character kind of goes with the male stereotyping. Like if a woman has power or anything that they can't deal with, she's evil. She's bad. She's the person that is going to hurt them or hurt somebody. They don't look at women with power as someone like that could be on a positive side, but they do swing her to wish you might do good if it's beneficial to her. Which I mean isn't that every man. I'm just going to do good if it's beneficial to me. Maybe she's more in line with that than we think. Ouch. Okay. Okay, so. Thank you, male bashing. So any male listening to this, just know that I apologize, but we suck. We stereotype women as people that want to hurt us. I mean, you know, those Heartbreakers, but so the next story is going to be Cara and hopefully it's not male bashing one O one. I'm just kidding. That was fully a joke. That was made in jest. My mistake, y'all. My mistake. So my story is actually also about an evil woman, but this is about a chaku sin, which is a Korean toilet goddess or goats. Now we're going to kind of break up the story in two ways because there's a lot to cover. So first we're going to tell a story of what would do. So she haunts the outhouse or the toilet. So if you go in on days that end in 6, so 6, 16 and 26, and you don't perform a ritual beforehand or cough three times before you come in. Her hair will come down and touch you and once her hair touches you, you become sick. So sex that no one can cure you. And then if you don't offer her food because she's so hungry, she's like trapped here and she's hungry. Then she will drag you down and kill you. So kind of intense, right? Very scary. IRA have enough bathroom anxiety as it is. And now I have to deal with all this. But what is interesting is how she came about. So with all laws, it all starts from a story, right? So the story of the chiku is that this older man essentially went into town one day to do some bidding and since he was doing his bidding and his selling his goods. He got wayward taken by a young mistress in the town and she ended up blinding him and keeping him there and now so then he's abandoned his 7 sons in his wife. So the wife comes looking for him and while she's looking for a home in the town, the mistress wind event and she's like, can't have this. Can't have this. So she convinced so she steals the waste cooking and convinces the husband that she's the wife and then leads him back to the village and she disguises herself to be the mother or the 7 sons. Now the real mother is trapped on this island with this mistress now being her impersonator. The youngest son realizes something's off. He's like, this isn't my mother. She's not sharing an umbrella with me. She's not helping me. What's going on? He tries to convince his 6 elder brothers. He's like something's wrong, something's wrong. He tries to get his father can. The mom, the original mom comes back, and she's in her and her son try to cook up this plan to show that the mistress is tricking everyone. Obviously that fails because the mistress ends up killing the mother. Now the sun is distraught and he leaves and he goes to pray to the goddess and please, if I pronounce anything wrong, I am so sorry. I was trying to do this correctly. And this is the goddess of everything. Goddess of life. And the youngest son is praying to her, asking to bring back his mother through petty the goddess that she brings back the mother. Now the mother and the son are coming back to get the mistress. And now the mistress knows, so she actually goes and hangs herself in the bathroom. This is where it comes. And then through everything now that they've defeated her, the mom can't stay alive forever. This was like kind of like a one time thing. So channeling the goddess decides to impart gifts onto everyone so that the mother becomes the goddess of the home and the hearth and the kitchen because that's where home is. That's where love is. So now this mother is the goddess of the earth. And now we have the evil malevolent goddess chiku sin in the bathroom. So it kind of actually is very interesting because they say you can never bring. So that's the story of the chiku. That's haunted story and then that's where it came from. So now we see that living what's remnants that's living today in the society from this story. You can never bring anything from the kitchen into the bathroom or anything from the bathroom into the kitchen to make those two goddesses mad at each other because they hate each other. And it's kind of interesting because back then, it was kind of saying you don't want to contaminate your food with your poop, basically. Because that's what was happening. So it's.

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"vasili" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

04:20 min | 7 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"There's a limit. There's a limit, man. These are natural one 68 and one 75 pounders. This is a 5 foot 8. Stocky explosive, great Mexican, but there's limits, man. There's limits. It would have better be of Smith would be, that's the limit. And that's a tough fight. And look, I'd rather, I'd rather him face go to Cruiserweight and face elanga junior, macabre than a Joe Smith junior or a better be of type winner because those are some legitimate one 75 pound monsters and it only takes one punch and both of them can crack. Both of them are the two of the biggest punchers in boxing. They don't need to hit you cleanly. They can hit you with half of this. And they're going to rock you like you've never been rocked before. That's the scary part about going up in weight that it only takes half a punch. They don't have to hit you clean. The idea that Canelo was ducking anybody is absurd. Just utterly absurd. And these guys can prove that they rubbish. They are worthy of the opportunity by finding each other simple as that. All right, let's talk about this weekend. On Friday, José Ramírez returns his last fight was in May of 2021 against Josh Taylor lost a close decision in a battle for the undisputed 140 pound championship on Friday. He returns, he's in Fresno, his home area, and he takes on a tough opponent in Jose pedraza a couple things here, Sergio. I was surprised that Ramirez stayed at one 40. Like he's kind of a big guy for a 140 pounds, sturdy stocky. I got a stocky, but well built for that weight. He stays at one 40 because he wants to get his titles back. And he's coming back against pedraza, who is not, this is not a give me fight. Jose pedraza is want to think three, four fights in a row since his loss to Jose zapata. He has been in with vasili lomachenko. He lost by knockout to javonte Davis, but he's faced tough competition. I'm a little concerned about Ramirez in this fight. Ramirez is surprisingly a big guy when he fought Maurice hooker and I sized them up. He's 5 foot ten. You know, and he's a big one 40 pounder. I think if he goes back down, he can pick up those straps again. He can be a force at one 40. One 47 can wait, there's still big money at one 40. Look at teal female Lopez. That would be a big fight. Huge fight if he can fight him. I mean, he can get a rematch with Taylor. I mean, that would be a big fight. But you don't think like Regis program, right? But you don't think that I'd love to see another fight with program. But I'll fight with progress. Teofimo, after he lost, was like, man, I shouldn't have stayed at one 35. Josh Taylor after he lost was kind of like, man, I probably shouldn't have stayed at one 40..

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"vasili" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:14 min | 7 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Global news Well on one hand we've got talks between Russia and Ukraine and on the other heavy fighting around major cities Here's a Baxter Yeah thank you Richard you're right Russia gave civilians one road out of cave today as its forces meet heavy resistance effort to encircle the capital Russians are UN estimates that 500,000 refugees have fled Ukraine Bloomberg's and marine horndon says no resolution in talks today Obviously these talks at the Belarusian border did not yield any sort of ceasefire but potentially it is I guess one sign of optimism that there could be another talk And you in General Assembly met Ukraine standing member Sergei kiesle says no doubt Russia and Russia alone Started this invasion now facilitated by Belarus Yeah and says Putin hides in a bunker Russian ambassador to the UN vasili de benja through a translator blames the west For our western colleagues have shamelessly inundated the country with weapons have sent to the country instructors and effectively incited Ukrainians Meanwhile the news Titans even further on Russia's EU commission president Ursula von der leyen Titan's air restrictions Our airspace will be closed to every Russian plane And that includes the private jets of oligarchs too And he says the EU she says the EU is authorized the purchase of weapons to Ukraine for the first time which she says is a watershed moment Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky has applied for membership in the EU turkey says it will now restrict the transit of Russian warships to the straits into the Black Sea Meanwhile UN secretary general Antonio Guterres says the talk of using nuclear weapons is inconceivable Nothing can justify the use of nuclear weapons He says the globe will not tolerate it The pressure in Hong Kong's dynamic zero policy is growing day to day the latest case count is over 35,000 and the government has changed plans as hospitals and isolation centers have hit capacity Patients with mild cases are no longer going to those facilities asked to isolate at home until they get two negative tests Now the problem is supply of home kits is limited Pharmacies and grocery stores are running short of other supplies and sing Tao is now reporting the mass testing will begin after March 17 and will most likely mean a lockdown U.S. CD CDC has raised its travel alert for Hong Kong by two levels citing high transmission In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg our Bryan All right dad thanks 8 minutes past the hour Our guest Brett mcgonagall chairman and CEO at capital link Brett a lot of financial institutions are telling clients not to panic not to sell in judiciously here It doesn't really feel like panic People did come in bought some on the dips today But it does feel like Marcus want to go down So why not create some cash Yeah look I think do you always get this old prophecy you don't buy on the way up You don't sell on the way down You stick to your game plan I think that there's a lot of factors right now that are challenging some of those game plans I think that the obviously the instability and the fear that's going on in the market and uncertainty is driving some of that But the backdrop before the Russian invasion was not exactly one that people felt extremely comfortable with You saw some rattling of the foundation And it makes sense that people are raising cash at these levels here And looking for some higher vantage points to take advantage of putting it back into the market It's interesting to learn how you are looking at inflation and how has your outlook on inflation Brett changed with given what's going on with Ukraine and given how we've got again these commodities prices like wheat corn et cetera et cetera all being elevated now don't forget of course obviously the energy complex here as well Does it move the dial materially or this transitory pardon me using that word Yeah look I mean there's no doubt that this is a shock to the system both in wheat and some of the soft commodities and certainly in the natural gas and oil spectrum And all these things do stoke further inflation They're going to raise price levels and we're going to see supply issues Certainly in Europe and the U.S. and imports quite a bit as well And the bottom line is I think what you get to at some point is that you realize that these things are transitory in the sense of that they've been kind of seeing through because we understand where they're coming from Now at the end of the day what I think is going to happen is this gives some sort of a pause to an overly hawkish fed and will in fact allow some sort of time lapse between aggressive tightening So it will in essence I think probably give what I think is counterintuitive a pause to the hawkish cycle Bloomberg economics says that Russia is indeed in a financial crisis and is certainly heading into recession Is the Russian economy big enough to drag others down with it You know I'm not a Russian specialist by any means but I do know that we obviously and natural gas and oil are probably not probably They are the largest exports But I think from a global market perspective that supply can be substituted And certainly I don't think the rest of the connection points really shake any sort of a foundation certainly not.

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"vasili" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:40 min | 8 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Beginning to look as if instead of the Beijing Olympics being a boon to the Chinese economy it will be a drag at Baxter back with global news on our 9 60 San Francisco newsroom And boy what a disappointment for Xi Jinping Yeah I mean yes There's all the political geopolitical things as you mentioned aspects to it but just economic wise the problems are really mounting It is fighting new cases well Macron every day It's COVID zero policy is in some danger Pollution curves are weighing on consumer and industrial activity Also the ban on spectators they wanted to have spectators in from all over the globe And they're not doing that Outside the games those tighter pollution controls will looting a chief China economist at no mirror holding says the games will put a stress on industrial production and infrastructure construction in the first quarter Hong Kong coming very close to losing its COVID zero battle preparations underway with new restrictions as the year of the Tiger opens with a record number of new and untraceable infections Some better news out of Indonesia will reopen Bali to the foreign visitors starting February 4 this time requiring a shorter quarantine period as a country seeks to revive tourism and sustain economic recovery The U.S. brought its case against Russia regarding Ukraine to the UN Security Council today ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield says troops at the border tell it all In the wake of World War II the council was formed to address precisely the kind of threat that Ukraine now faces And Greenfield says the U.S. will stand by NATO and Ukraine all the way Russian ambassador vasili na Vinci saying that the U.S. is creating hysteria through a translator here We fully understand that the desire of our American colleagues to whip up hysterics But the U.S. president Joe Biden says well the use is a U.S. ready for any contingency now Today in the United Nations we've laid out the full nature of Russia's threat to Ukraine's sovereignty and the territorial integrity of Ukraine as well as the court tenants of a rule based international order And says a U.S. and UK are ready with sanctions on Russian oligarchs Meanwhile French president Emmanuel Macron has spoken with Russian president Vladimir Putin today they have set the groundwork for in person meetings and UK prime minister Boris Johnson have said wait until the official government report comes out on so called party gate It came out today It was not kind to him His own Conservative Party has put him on notice before parliament today I get it And.

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"vasili" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nancy lions hey Nancy Thanks Carol the UN Security Council today has been discussing Russia's encroachment on Ukraine's border with the U.S. ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas Greenfield saying it is an issue of peace and security Imagine how uncomfortable you would be if you had a 100,000 troops sitting on your border in the way that these troops are sitting on the border with Ukraine but the Russian ambassador to the UN vasili Navin Zia refuted Thomas Greenfield's concerns he speaks through an interpreter We fully understand that the desire of our American colleagues to whip up hysterics the UN debate is happening as the U.S. and European Union finalize a package of potential Russian sanctions Lawmakers are back in Washington today with less than three weeks until the February 18th government funding deadline and no agreement on a spending bill A short stop gap measure may be necessary again even as negotiators are starting to make some progress but there's still no agreement on even the most basic parameters of a spending bill appropriators still hope to pass a spending package before the February 18th deadline they do need an agreement on some high level issues like how to approach policy riders and top line figures for defense and non defense spending And they don't make that deadline President Biden's State of the Union speech on March 1st could be a motivator In Washington I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg radio two of the three white men convicted of murder in the shooting death of ahmaud Arbery a black man who was running through their Georgia neighborhood have reached plea agreements in the federal hate crimes case against them They already.

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"vasili" Discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

05:34 min | 9 months ago

"vasili" Discussed on Revolutions

"Brought Nicholas back to Moscow. It might spark an uncontrollable lynch mob. It might spark an uncontrollable uprising to set him free. Well, maybe not. But without any real pressure to come up with a final plan, the people's commissars procrastinated, and they set the decision aside for another day. The pressure to come up with a final plan ultimately started building from local circumstances east of the Ural Mountains. In February, a Congress of Soviets from the Ural region convened in the major industrial city of yekaterinburg, which elected a Bolshevik dominated executive committee. The Ural Bolsheviks tended to be more hard line and radical than their comrades in Moscow, and they were also more immediately annoyed that bloody Nicholas and his family were allowed to just hang out in their backyard like nothing had ever happened. They started petitioning Moscow to transfer the romanovs to yekaterinburg, where they would be held in the kind of real prison they deserved. This was a matter of some delicacy for the central committee back in Moscow, because they were aware many of their comrades in the urals were itching to answer the question of what to do about the romanovs with a few well placed bullets. The central committee of the party in Moscow wasn't sure that's what they wanted to happen, but they also didn't want to cause any schisms with the Ural Bolsheviks nor provoke them into doing something they'd all later regret. Pressure mounted further when red guard detachments finally arrived in tobolsk in late March. The problem being that the red guards were not on the same page. One group of about 250 were sent from yekaterinburg, while another 400 arrived representing the rival city of omsk. Neither detachment was particularly disciplined nor were they interested in subordinating themselves to the other's authority. Meanwhile, the guard units at the governor's palace were getting awfully restless because their wages hadn't been paid for an obnoxiously long time. With reports about all this in hand, Moscow finally appointed a guy called vasili Kafka, to go take command of the whole situation..

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"vasili" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"vasili" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Happened at the fight, which I'd love to see a female Lopez does. He doesn't interview on the zone. First he gets into a shouting match with Devin Haney, they're screaming at each other. And look, I like both guys equally. I'm not like a super fan of either one, but I don't dislike either one of them, but I mean, it's hard to argue with TF female has all the belts. He beat vasili lomachenko who a lot of people had is the best fighter in any weight and Devin Haney as Pete Jorge and iris and he almost got knocked out late in that fight. So when they're yelling at each other, but you haven't done this. You haven't done that. I say, in my book, tier females done a little bit more. That's not to say he's going to win. I like Devin Haney too, but they're shouting at each other and then they do an interview on the zone. Bob Aaron must be having a nervous breakdown. There's to your female doing an interview with haney on the zone with Sergio Sergio Maura and Chris mandel. I got into a place second. Well, I can't. Oh my God, I can't help it. You're supposed to love me and you put me in this position. Bob arum is gonna have nervous breakdown. I can just guy who curses out women. This is a guy again. We pride ourselves in putting it out there to tell the truth. And a lot of people hide it because they have to do business. They got to be, you know, sitting in the middle of the fence or not even the mother fans sitting in a lap of somebody. But this is a guy who curses out women that report us. This is a guy who curses out a reporter who is paid by ESPN. Can you believe it? And I can believe it. Yeah, because he that's exactly my point. And he gets away with it. He gets away with it. And nobody, nobody, nobody does anything. I'm upset at the smallest slight, so imagine one of his marquee guys first he does a deal with triller. Now he's fighting on the zone he's under contract with top rank and he's doing interviews on the zone and he's telling them hey and he's like, we'll do it live on the zone and TFM was literally reading an ad for the zone. He's like something like, yeah, live on the zone. I'm like, oh my God, this is there were so many subplots in this screaming and make it up. But at the end of the day, top rank in the zone getting together to make this fight, I think we have a better chance of hitting the lottery, but I'd love to see these two guys get at each other. Yeah, they seem to have genuine just bad blood. First of all, I won't get deep into if they did fight, but Lopez is the more physical guy the stronger guy the better punch, obviously. And just more physicality to him if that fair to say, but he's a terrific boxer, haney, but he'd have to fight. He'd have to be like the pitcher coming in against a good header. A real good hitter. And he'd have to really take the bat out of his head. He'd have to pitch like a no hitter or one hitter. Maybe you'll want to hit him might not even be good enough because home run in boxing is like a Grand Slam with the base loaded. So it could be over. Listen, I understand it's boxing. And I wanted to make a few points here because I thought it was important, even though it was a some people say it's silliness, whatever. But I understand this boxing. And this is what sometimes is done. They get, I guess that, you know, it'll get a fight done or for one of the fighters, right? And also it seems to happen more when fathers are involved. It seems to be an ingredient that ingredient to it that can make it a little bit more. I don't know if it's combustible as the right word or just that it's more navigated because of the fathers and it is more put on because of the father's being involved. But whatever. I just, I don't think it's a good look. I don't think it's a great look. And there's a reason why these fighters who risk more than any other athletes, of course, except for UFC fighters, but their fight is, so I don't separate them. There's a reason why they don't get the big endorsement deals like other sports athletes. And I know you've been really good on this show where we get a UFC guy will get a and you'll say, can I help you? Let me see if I can help this guy a little bit in a world that I'm a little bit familiar with. And I am familiar with where I have some connections with some people that could maybe help them with endorsements. And you do it for the same reason that I think of these guys as they earn it. They deserve it. They risk themselves so seriously. And, you know, but fighters, they don't get the advertisers the Madison Avenue. Because they get scared away. By the image of boxing. You hear it all the time. All the time because I've advocated for this for virus. Like others have. And I advocate for a pension and a lot of other things to find national commission. But the advertisers they always say the same thing. You hear it all the time. And it bothers me. Because they say, oh, you know, we were not interested because the image of oxen. And it bonds me because I'd like to see, as I just said, more boxes get those deals and there's so many who could and who deserved them. But again, this kind of stuff, you know, it doesn't help. And I like both of these young fighters. They're smart, they're good. They're not connected to outside problems. You know, like you've seen with economist Gregor and the UFC, we'll have to touch on that a little later. Obviously, that he put himself in the news again. We'll touch on that quick. But, you know, and McGregor's been a great athlete, a great stop, but obviously he's not helping himself in that world outside with the way he's what he's doing..

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"vasili" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"vasili" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"In the end. He was neither rewarded or punished. Incident was a major embarrassment for the soviet establishment which had created the satellite system. The satellites detected a missile launch by looking for the heat signature which comes from the rocket. That's why to this day. Americans and russians notify each other before rocket is launched. What they believe happened on september twenty six. Nineteen eighty-three is that the soviet satellites detected the light of the sun reflecting off the clouds at just the right angle that was why the satellites detected a launch but the ground base radar. Didn't americans estimate that if the soviets were to have launched there might have been between eighty to a hundred and eighty million deaths just on the american side. The americans of course would have responded in kind killing an additional fifty to one hundred ten million more people the story of stanislav petrov and what happened on september twenty six. Nineteen eighty-three wasn't released to the public for over ten years it wasn't until the soviet union claps that knowledge of that day became public as it turns out. This wasn't the first or last time that a nuclear close call like this has happened in nineteen sixty two during the cuban missile crisis. A soviet submarine was being hit with depth charges and thought that war had already started. They were going to fire a nuclear torpedo at an american ship but that action required three senior officers on board to be an agreement. One officer vasili arkhipov descended and the nuclear torpedo was never launched on january twenty. Fifth nineteen ninety-five the soviets picked up another launch. Which was taken all the way up to russian president. Boris yeltsin he declined to launch and it turns out it was an american slash norwegian research rocket which was just not announced. As for stanislav petrov. He was quietly reassigned after the incident later left the military and had a nervous breakdown after the collapse of the soviet union. He was eventually growing his own food to survive. When the story of the events of nineteen eighty-three finally became public. Petroff was finally given the recognition. He deserved he was given several modest cash prizes by peace groups from around the world which helped his financial situation immensely stanislav petrov passed away in two thousand seventeen at the age of seventy seven when he died he had the distinction having perhaps saved more lives in an immediate and direct fashion than any other person in human history. You associate producers have everything everywhere daily. Are peter bennett. And thor thomsen. If you'd like to support the show please join the list of patrons over at patriotair dot com and also remember if you leave a review or send me a question you too can have it. Read on the show.

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