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What's the difference between "Scandinavian" and "Nordic"??
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Author:  NonPCfed [ 15 Jun 2016, 19:48 ]
Post subject:  What's the difference between "Scandinavian" and "Nordic"??

Sometimes you need a break at work. It started off that I couldn't remember what the flag of Denmark looks like because there's a guy at work who has a Norwegian flag in his office and when I do my outer hall walks, I see it. And that reminded me once again that I couldn't remember what the Danish flag looked like. So, I got that solved this late afternoon but then I pondered, "is Finland part of Scandinavia?" because they're kind of cousins with Norwegians, Swedes, and Danes but the language is from a different branch of the Indo-European family. So what's the answer? That lead to "what's the difference between 'Scandinavian' and 'Nordic'"? So, I found this neat little web site and found out. I also found out what the flag of Iceland looks like. More factoids stuffed into the brain maybe to be used again someday. Then again maybe not...

http://goscandinavia.about.com/od/scand ... nordic.htm

Author:  trappintime [ 15 Jun 2016, 21:14 ]
Post subject:  Re: What's the difference between "Scandinavian" and "Nordic

You need a job :shock:

Author:  NonPCfed [ 15 Jun 2016, 21:21 ]
Post subject:  Re: What's the difference between "Scandinavian" and "Nordic

I have one. Just a different intensity and seasonality than yours. Tell me when the canola is in bloom and I'll try to get an clear image of your general area. When making false-color imagery with near infrared leading, canola in flower has a nice pink color to it (instead of yellow and green in real color).

Author:  wolf1199 [ 15 Jun 2016, 22:58 ]
Post subject:  Re: What's the difference between "Scandinavian" and "Nordic

NonPCfed wrote:
I have one. Just a different intensity and seasonality than yours. Tell me when the canola is in bloom and I'll try to get an clear image of your general area. When making false-color imagery with near infrared leading, canola in flower has a nice pink color to it (instead of yellow and green in real color).


Yep TT he needs a job because he is becoming a spy in the sky I think. :--D

Author:  NonPCfed [ 15 Jun 2016, 23:00 ]
Post subject:  Re: What's the difference between "Scandinavian" and "Nordic

Always have been wolf!! :wink:

Author:  trappintime [ 16 Jun 2016, 00:36 ]
Post subject:  Re: What's the difference between "Scandinavian" and "Nordic

Wolf he's beginning to spook me. Pink canola, what will they think of next? White and black skunks?

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