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Monday, 13 December 2010

Jeg sendte en anmeldelse av Knut Hauge, til Politiet i Drammen




Gmail - Anmeldelse av æreskrenkelse/Fwd: Utmelding










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Anmeldelse av æreskrenkelse/Fwd: Utmelding











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 10:14 PM




To:
post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no






Hei,

han Knut Hauge, skrev i en e-post, at jeg har tulla med en fotoboks på Kaldbakken, (og sagt noe om 'start start stopp stopp').

Men det er ikke sant, så det vil jeg anmelde for æreskrenkelse.


Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

Her er mer om dette:









from

Knut A.G. Hauge <kagh@kagh.no>

to

Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>


date

Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 7:51 PM

subject

Re: OBS Triaden og LO-møte, i 1991

hide details 11/10/09



Hei

Du har god humommelse, i hvert fall. Det jeg husker deg mest for, er at du forklarte "start start" og "start stopp" for hvordan de to følerne foran en fotoboks virket. Det var for øvrig også på Kaldbakken, i en fotoboks jeg tror aldri virket i de årene den sto der.


Knut

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: 2010/12/13
Subject: Fwd: Utmelding
To: kagh@kagh.no


Hei Knut,

min tidligere kollega fra OBS Triaden, på begynnelsen av 90-tallet.


Jeg lurte på om du kunne gitt meg kontaktinformasjon, for din ekssamboer Lene, angående det LO-møtet, som hun arrangerte, da vi jobbet på OBS Triaden.


Jeg mener også at du var med på det møtet, (nærmest selvfølgeligvis, dere var jo det 'radarparet'), og du skrev noe om en fotoboks på Kaldbakken, i vår tidligere korrespondanse, som jeg ikke skjønner meg noe på.


Det eneste tullet jeg har gjort med en fotoboks, var at jeg og Magne Winnem og dem, i Drammen, hang opp et pornobilde, på en fotoboks, ved Konnerud, natt til 17. mai, når vi var russ, ved Gjerdes VGS., i Drammen, i 1989.


Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: 2010/12/13
Subject: Fwd: Utmelding
To: bjorn.kolby@lo.no


Hei,

jeg sender en kopi av denne e-posten, hvor jeg melder meg ut av NITO, for å vise det, at de arbeidssakene, som jeg har sendt om, til NITO og LO, (fra tiden før jeg ble medlem av NITO, ifjor), nå kun er hos LO, etter at jeg har meldt meg ut av NITO.


Jeg savner svar fra deg, om disse arbeidssakene.

Med hilsen

Erik Ribsskog



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: 2010/12/13
Subject: Utmelding
To: epost@nito.no


Hei,

jeg har havnet i en vanskelig situasjon, i utlandet, etter at jeg overhørte det, at jeg var forfulgt av 'mafian', i Oslo, i 2003, uten å være noe kriminell, eller lignende.


Jeg ble også forsøkt myrdet, på Grete Ingebrigtsen sin gård, i Kvelde, i 2005.


Politiet gir meg ingen av mine rettigheter, de vil ikke si hvem denne 'mafian' er, og de vil ikke etterforske mordforsøket mot meg.

Dere hos NITO, gir meg ingen hjelp med dette, enda jeg har vært medlem hos dere, i over et år nå.


Dere hjelper meg ikke når banken ikke vil gi meg NITO-kortet, som ville hjulpet meg å rydde opp dette, noe som burde være en selvfølge, at dere burde være solidariske, i forbindelse med, og si at jeg også, som NITO-medlem, burde fått det kortet.


Men dere er bare ignorante, ovenfor denne trakasseringen av meg, fra deres bank-samarbeidspartner.

Dere vil heller ikke hjelpe meg med CV-en min, enda dette er et tilbud dere gir til deres medlemmer.


Ei heller kurs vil dere gi meg hjelp til, enda jeg fikk graden min, fra HiO IU, på rundt den samme tiden, som jeg ble medlem hos dere, og i så henseende, burde blitt sett på et studentmedlem, mener jeg.


Dere svarer ikke engang på mine klager på dette, og jeg har fått en artikkel, om likestilling, fra President Marit Stykket sin e-post adresse.

Så om dere 'kødder' med meg, siden jeg er mann?


Det er jo helt borti natta og hinsides alt som forbindes med en interesseorganisasjon.

Så det her synes jeg er jævlig dårlig, for å si de rett ut, og jeg vil ikke være medlem i en så handlingslammet organisasjon, som dere er, for det tyder på at noe er alvorlig galt hos dere, vil jeg si.


Så denne organisasjonen deres vil ikke jeg være med på å legitimere.

Erik Ribsskog













Jeg sendte en ny e-post, til min tidligere kollega på OBS Triaden, (og mannen bak tegneserien Mille, i Pondus), Knut Hauge




Gmail - Utmelding










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Utmelding











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 10:09 PM




To:
kagh@kagh.no






Hei Knut,

min tidligere kollega fra OBS Triaden, på begynnelsen av 90-tallet.

Jeg lurte på om du kunne gitt meg kontaktinformasjon, for din ekssamboer Lene, angående det LO-møtet, som hun arrangerte, da vi jobbet på OBS Triaden.


Jeg mener også at du var med på det møtet, (nærmest selvfølgeligvis, dere var jo det 'radarparet'), og du skrev noe om en fotoboks på Kaldbakken, i vår tidligere korrespondanse, som jeg ikke skjønner meg noe på.


Det eneste tullet jeg har gjort med en fotoboks, var at jeg og Magne Winnem og dem, i Drammen, hang opp et pornobilde, på en fotoboks, ved Konnerud, natt til 17. mai, når vi var russ, ved Gjerdes VGS., i Drammen, i 1989.


Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: 2010/12/13
Subject: Fwd: Utmelding
To: bjorn.kolby@lo.no


Hei,

jeg sender en kopi av denne e-posten, hvor jeg melder meg ut av NITO, for å vise det, at de arbeidssakene, som jeg har sendt om, til NITO og LO, (fra tiden før jeg ble medlem av NITO, ifjor), nå kun er hos LO, etter at jeg har meldt meg ut av NITO.


Jeg savner svar fra deg, om disse arbeidssakene.

Med hilsen

Erik Ribsskog



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: 2010/12/13
Subject: Utmelding
To: epost@nito.no


Hei,

jeg har havnet i en vanskelig situasjon, i utlandet, etter at jeg overhørte det, at jeg var forfulgt av 'mafian', i Oslo, i 2003, uten å være noe kriminell, eller lignende.


Jeg ble også forsøkt myrdet, på Grete Ingebrigtsen sin gård, i Kvelde, i 2005.


Politiet gir meg ingen av mine rettigheter, de vil ikke si hvem denne 'mafian' er, og de vil ikke etterforske mordforsøket mot meg.

Dere hos NITO, gir meg ingen hjelp med dette, enda jeg har vært medlem hos dere, i over et år nå.


Dere hjelper meg ikke når banken ikke vil gi meg NITO-kortet, som ville hjulpet meg å rydde opp dette, noe som burde være en selvfølge, at dere burde være solidariske, i forbindelse med, og si at jeg også, som NITO-medlem, burde fått det kortet.


Men dere er bare ignorante, ovenfor denne trakasseringen av meg, fra deres bank-samarbeidspartner.

Dere vil heller ikke hjelpe meg med CV-en min, enda dette er et tilbud dere gir til deres medlemmer.


Ei heller kurs vil dere gi meg hjelp til, enda jeg fikk graden min, fra HiO IU, på rundt den samme tiden, som jeg ble medlem hos dere, og i så henseende, burde blitt sett på et studentmedlem, mener jeg.


Dere svarer ikke engang på mine klager på dette, og jeg har fått en artikkel, om likestilling, fra President Marit Stykket sin e-post adresse.

Så om dere 'kødder' med meg, siden jeg er mann?


Det er jo helt borti natta og hinsides alt som forbindes med en interesseorganisasjon.

Så det her synes jeg er jævlig dårlig, for å si de rett ut, og jeg vil ikke være medlem i en så handlingslammet organisasjon, som dere er, for det tyder på at noe er alvorlig galt hos dere, vil jeg si.


Så denne organisasjonen deres vil ikke jeg være med på å legitimere.

Erik Ribsskog











Jeg sendte en ny e-post, til Bjørn Kolby, i LO




Gmail - Utmelding










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Utmelding











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 9:21 PM




To:
bjorn.kolby@lo.no






Hei,

jeg sender en kopi av denne e-posten, hvor jeg melder meg ut av NITO, for å vise det, at de arbeidssakene, som jeg har sendt om, til NITO og LO, (fra tiden før jeg ble medlem av NITO, ifjor), nå kun er hos LO, etter at jeg har meldt meg ut av NITO.


Jeg savner svar fra deg, om disse arbeidssakene.

Med hilsen

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: 2010/12/13
Subject: Utmelding
To: epost@nito.no


Hei,

jeg har havnet i en vanskelig situasjon, i utlandet, etter at jeg overhørte det, at jeg var forfulgt av 'mafian', i Oslo, i 2003, uten å være noe kriminell, eller lignende.


Jeg ble også forsøkt myrdet, på Grete Ingebrigtsen sin gård, i Kvelde, i 2005.


Politiet gir meg ingen av mine rettigheter, de vil ikke si hvem denne 'mafian' er, og de vil ikke etterforske mordforsøket mot meg.

Dere hos NITO, gir meg ingen hjelp med dette, enda jeg har vært medlem hos dere, i over et år nå.


Dere hjelper meg ikke når banken ikke vil gi meg NITO-kortet, som ville hjulpet meg å rydde opp dette, noe som burde være en selvfølge, at dere burde være solidariske, i forbindelse med, og si at jeg også, som NITO-medlem, burde fått det kortet.


Men dere er bare ignorante, ovenfor denne trakasseringen av meg, fra deres bank-samarbeidspartner.

Dere vil heller ikke hjelpe meg med CV-en min, enda dette er et tilbud dere gir til deres medlemmer.


Ei heller kurs vil dere gi meg hjelp til, enda jeg fikk graden min, fra HiO IU, på rundt den samme tiden, som jeg ble medlem hos dere, og i så henseende, burde blitt sett på et studentmedlem, mener jeg.


Dere svarer ikke engang på mine klager på dette, og jeg har fått en artikkel, om likestilling, fra President Marit Stykket sin e-post adresse.

Så om dere 'kødder' med meg, siden jeg er mann?


Det er jo helt borti natta og hinsides alt som forbindes med en interesseorganisasjon.

Så det her synes jeg er jævlig dårlig, for å si de rett ut, og jeg vil ikke være medlem i en så handlingslammet organisasjon, som dere er, for det tyder på at noe er alvorlig galt hos dere, vil jeg si.


Så denne organisasjonen deres vil ikke jeg være med på å legitimere.

Erik Ribsskog









Jeg meldte meg ut av NITO




Gmail - Utmelding










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Utmelding











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 9:03 PM




To:
epost@nito.no






Hei,

jeg har havnet i en vanskelig situasjon, i utlandet, etter at jeg overhørte det, at jeg var forfulgt av 'mafian', i Oslo, i 2003, uten å være noe kriminell, eller lignende.

Jeg ble også forsøkt myrdet, på Grete Ingebrigtsen sin gård, i Kvelde, i 2005.


Politiet gir meg ingen av mine rettigheter, de vil ikke si hvem denne 'mafian' er, og de vil ikke etterforske mordforsøket mot meg.

Dere hos NITO, gir meg ingen hjelp med dette, enda jeg har vært medlem hos dere, i over et år nå.


Dere hjelper meg ikke når banken ikke vil gi meg NITO-kortet, som ville hjulpet meg å rydde opp dette, noe som burde være en selvfølge, at dere burde være solidariske, i forbindelse med, og si at jeg også, som NITO-medlem, burde fått det kortet.


Men dere er bare ignorante, ovenfor denne trakasseringen av meg, fra deres bank-samarbeidspartner.

Dere vil heller ikke hjelpe meg med CV-en min, enda dette er et tilbud dere gir til deres medlemmer.


Ei heller kurs vil dere gi meg hjelp til, enda jeg fikk graden min, fra HiO IU, på rundt den samme tiden, som jeg ble medlem hos dere, og i så henseende, burde blitt sett på et studentmedlem, mener jeg.


Dere svarer ikke engang på mine klager på dette, og jeg har fått en artikkel, om likestilling, fra President Marit Stykket sin e-post adresse.

Så om dere 'kødder' med meg, siden jeg er mann?


Det er jo helt borti natta og hinsides alt som forbindes med en interesseorganisasjon.

Så det her synes jeg er jævlig dårlig, for å si de rett ut, og jeg vil ikke være medlem i en så handlingslammet organisasjon, som dere er, for det tyder på at noe er alvorlig galt hos dere, vil jeg si.


Så denne organisasjonen deres vil ikke jeg være med på å legitimere.

Erik Ribsskog









PS.

Jeg skrev om dette på Facebook også, at jeg har meldt meg ut av NITO, for å markere det, at jeg er veldig misfornøyd, med hvordan den organisasjonen representerer mine interesser, og at de er veldig usolidariske, osv:

meldte meg ut av nito 1

meldte meg ut av nito 2

Noen i regjeringa søker på Magne Winnem. Det tror jeg må være Anniken Huitfeldt, som jeg skrev til, om kusina, som var i Unge Høyre, sammen med Winnem

anniken huitfeldt hm

PS.

Altså, Magne Winnem representerer ikke meg, hvis noen tror det.

Jeg har kuttet all kontakt med han, for flere år tilbake.

Vi var bare to medstudenter, som gikk i samme klasse, det året vi var russ, på Gjerdes Videregående, i Drammen.

Og jeg var fra Berger og Winnem var fra Røyken, så vi kjente hverandre ikke så bra egentlig.

For Berger ligger i Nordre Vestfold, og Røyken ligger i Buskerud.

Men jeg kom inn på en av Vestfolds ti plasser i Buskerud, siden jeg hadde bra karakterer, og ville gå på datalinja, (som de ikke hadde på Sande Videregående, hvor jeg gikk de to første årene).

Så sånn er det.

Bare i tilfelle noen lurte.

Med hilsen

Erik Ribsskog

PS 2.

Og jeg har heller ikke noe mer med Høyre å gjøre.

Jeg har kontaktet de, for å klargjøre om jeg var medlem der, og hørt med de, om de kan sende attest på noe rådgivningsarbeid, som jeg har gjort for de, og få kursbevis, for et kurs i konservativ politikk, som jeg var på hos de.

Men jeg fikk ikke noe svar fra Høyre.

Jeg fortalte de om problemene jeg har hatt med å få rettighetene mine, fra myndighetene, etter at jeg overhørte, i Oslo, i 2003, at jeg var forfulgt av 'mafian', og etter at jeg ble forsøkt myrdet, på Grete Ingebrigtsen sin gård, i Kvelde, i 2005.

Nemlig at politiet ikke vil forklare meg hva som foregår, eller etterforske mordforsøket mot meg, med mere.

Men Høyre svarer meg ikke, om dette, og de har ikke engang sendt meg kursbevis og attest, for det rådgivningsarbeidet, som jeg gjorde for de, på Unge Høyres program, før kommunevalget, i 1991, og for det kurset i konservativ politikk, som jeg gikk på hos dem, samme år.

Så jeg har brutt all kontakt med Høyre, og er helt partipolitisk uavhengig.

Det eneste jeg er medlem av, det er NITO, (Norges Ingeniør- og Teknologorganisasjon), men det er vanlig, for folk som har den utdannelsen som jeg har, (Høgskolekandidat, i Informasjonsteknologi, fra HiO IU).

Men de vil heller ikke hjelpe, så kanskje jeg burde melde meg ut der også?

Det får jeg prøve å tenke litt mer på.

Så vi får se hva som skjer.

Vi får se.

Jeg fikk en ny e-post fra MyHeritage, (selv om det var på et litt rart språk)




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Gmail


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<eribsskog@gmail.com>




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Jeg sendte en e-post til Norsk Institutt for Kulturminneforskning, angående det vikingskipet, som jeg har 'funnet' i England




Gmail - Råd i forbindelse med utgravingen av et antagelig norsk vikingskip, (langskip), på the Wirral, i England/Fwd: Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now resolved










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Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 11:33 AM




To:
kundeservice@niku.no






Hei,

jeg har startet arbeidet med å prøve å få hjelp til å grave opp et vikingskip, som jeg har blitt gjort oppmerksom på, her i England.

Jeg gikk for å se på vikinghavnen i Meols, og da sa en brite, som jogga forbi, at under puben the Railway Inn, så lå det et viking langskip.


The Wirral var et gammelt, norsk vikingland, (omtrent som Isle of Man), så dette er nok snakk om norske vikinger.

Skipet er klinkebygget, fant man ut, da man tilfeldigvis fant skipet.


Det ligger under leire, og er godt bevart.

Skipet er vel unikt i Storbritannia, hvor man ikke har vikingskipmuseum, såvidt meg bekjent.

Engelske forskere, som en professor, ved National Museums Liverpool, som holdt foredrag på en vikingkonferanse, som jeg var på, i Chester, for noen uker sider, sier at skipet vil råtne, med en gang det blir gravet opp.


Stemmer dette, lurer jeg.

Det finnes jo vikingskip i museer i Norge og i andre land i Norden, så det høres rart ut, å si at skipet bare vil råtne, synes jeg.

Hvordan løses dette i Norge?


Hva bruker man på treverket, for at det ikke skal råtne, når man graver opp vikingskip?

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

Jeg prøver også å finne organisasjoner i Norge, som kan hjelpe til, med midler/personell til utgravingen, for man mangler midler i England, (hvor de kanskje er mest glad i romersk arkeologi).


PS 2.

Jeg håper dere kan hjelpe, for de neste på lista til Riksantikvaren, er Roskilde i Danmark, og det her er snakk om norske vikinger, så det blir litt dumt å kontakte Danmark.


PS 3.

Her er Riksantikvarens e-post om dette:

From: Haustveit, Gunvor <gunvor.haustveit@ra.no>


Date: 2010/10/18

Subject: Svar på spørsmål "hjelp med å grave opp vikingskip i England"

To: eribsskog@gmail.com






Hei og takk for
e-post.


Det er flere kompetansesentra og forskere som er dyktige på feltet


om vikingskip. Anbefaler først og fremst: Kulturhistorisk museum med
Vikingskipshuset, dernest Norsk Maritimt Museum og Norsk Institutt for
kulturminneforskning. I Danmark er det kompetanse ved Roskilde museum.



Lykke til!





Helsing

Gunvor Haustveit
Informasjonsseksjonen



Riksantikvaren

Postboks 8196 Dep

0034 Oslo



Tlf: + 47 98 20 27 60

www.riksantikvaren.no


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Frode Kvalø <Frode.Kvalo@marmuseum.no>

Date: Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 8:56 AM
Subject: RE: Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now resolved
To: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Cc: Per Gisle Galåen <Per.Gisle.Galaen@marmuseum.no>, "emb.london@mfa.no" <emb.london@mfa.no>, "gunvor.haustveit@ra.no" <gunvor.haustveit@ra.no>, "post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no" <post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no>, Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>






To Erik Ribsskog and associates


I have involuntarily been drawn into in this unpleasant e-mail correspondence
and I have no interested in being a part of it!



If there is a ship of Nordic design dating to the Viking period
in a Pub somewhere in England that is a fascinating story. However, I’m content
that our British colleges have the knowledge and skills to deal with such
finds.



This is not something the Norwegian Maritime Museum will prioritize
to get involved in!



Please, do not contact me concerning this matter again!



Frode Kvalø


Head of Archaeology


Norwegian Maritime Museum






Fra: Stephen Harding
[mailto:Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk]

Sendt: 11. desember 2010 09:05

Til: Erik Ribsskog; Stephen Harding

Kopi: Per Gisle Galåen; emb.london@mfa.no; gunvor.haustveit@ra.no; Frode
Kvalø; post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no

Emne: RE: Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies
for problems with Amazon link, now resolved





Dear Erik,


Ingi Thor Jonsson, along with Wirral and Liverpool’s
cultural ambassador Mike McCartney has done a tremendous amount of work over
the last 4 years in strengthening the links between Merseyside/ the North West
and the Nordic countries through the annual Nordic Cultural Events (NICE)
Festival, and the suggestion of you making contact was made because of the
(mistaken) impression you may wish to contribute to these efforts. With
respect to the Viking Conference at Chester and the splendid exhibition provided
for the public to enjoy the regions great Viking Heritage this was all
provided completely free of charge
– as was the buffet – thanks
to the tremendous efforts of the staff of the Grosvenor Museum, and all the
feedback we have had – apart from your comment – has been very
positive. As a Wirral man going back very many generations I am very proud of
what has been achieved. The food provided was free and if you did not
like it there were other places to buy food nearby. If you missed the
start of the meeting and the introduction so you did not know who the speakers
were this was not the fault of the organisers. Nontheless we appreciate
your interest in the Vikings in our region but if you wish to communicate with
us in future please refrain from using offensive language otherwise your emails
will be blocked. The talks will be posted on the website as soon as we
can,


Best wishes


Steve Harding






From: Erik
Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 10 December 2010 19:46

To: Stephen Harding

Cc: Per Gisle Galåen; emb.london@mfa.no; gunvor.haustveit@ra.no;
frode.kvalo@marmuseum.no; post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no

Subject: Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for
problems with Amazon link, now resolved




Hi,






the Icelandic
guy you said I'd get along well with is gay you b*stard.







Now I don't
wan't to update you anymore.







Good luck with
the Pakistani Samosa food on the Viking-conference.







I think you must
be a muslim guy mobbing me.






Don't want anything more to do with you.






Erik Ribsskog






----------
Forwarded message ----------

From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 5:17 PM

Subject: Re: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now
resolved

To: Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>





Hi,






yes, I didn't
understand the routine, to get on the conference.






But, I haden't seen the exhipition yet, Reap and Pillage, so I just went to
Chester that day, but the train was a few minutes early, so I got there a bit
late.







And then I spoke with the people
working there, at the museum, who got me in there, after the first break.




I understood it
like that one only had to register at the museum, from your website.






But now I understand, that I should have ordered a ticket.






This wasn't clear to me, from reading your website.







But, this is
just a hobby for me, with the viking-stuff on the Wirral, so I read about it
like I would have read an online newspaper etc.






But next time I'll make sure to contact the hosts before I go to a conference
like that.






Sorry about that misunderstanding again!







It sounds very
fine about the video of the conference.






I'll update you if I hear more from the Norwegian Maritime Museum, about the
Vikingship, under the pub, Railway Inn, in Meols.







Thanks again for
arranging the fine viking conference!







Best regards,






Erik Ribsskog











On Fri, Dec 10,
2010 at 3:03 PM, Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>
wrote:



Thanks Erik. We are
waiting to receive the video material (and permissions) on the conference
and hopefully you should be able to catch up on the Introduction and the
other talks you missed at the start. This will also be of benefit to
others, particularly the many people who wanted to attend but were
unable to get tickets.


Paa gjensyn,


Steve













From: Erik
Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]



Sent: 10 December 2010
14:16

To: Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk

Subject: Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link,
now resolved




Hi,






that is, I don't
want to have this as a life-style, with football-games at the Wirral and be
mate with the Icelandic guy from the Scandinavian Church, etc.






I only care about the viking-stuff on the Wirral etc.






Because I have a lot of different interests, like blog, genealogy, web-design,
etc., etc.






So I haven't got that much spare-time.






So this isn't about the community-stuff, this is just about the vikingship and
the conference.






Hope you include the questions from the audience, (from me and others), in the
summary, since I brought up about the vikingship in Meols etc.






Hope this is alright, don't mean to be to direct/inpolite.






Best regards,






Erik Ribsskog




PS.






Maybe I'll go on a movie, or something, part of the Nordic festival, but I
haven't got the time to go there all the time, unfortunately.







I thought about
going on Max Manus, (the Norwegian was-movie), in the Scandinavian chruch last
year.






And I asked a young Swedish woman, Amanda, who works at Netto, Weaverthree, if
she had been at the Scandinavian Church, but she hadn't.







Also, I have an
employment-case, against Bertelsmann Arvato Microsoft Scandinavian Product
Activation:











Perhaps you know
someone at the University of Nottingham, who could help me with this case, as a
pro-bono-case, because this case involved/involves many Scandinavians living in
Liverpool.







(My alumumni, at
University of Sunderland, haven't replied).







Also, some of
the employees there, had a lot to do with the Scandinavian Church, (and are
included in the case), an Irish/Swede called Michael O'Shaughnessy etc., so I'm
a bit vary about the Scandinavian Church, to be frank.






So I think I'll only keep this at the level it's been at, that I only go to the
odd trip/event at my own choice..






Hope this is alright!









----------
Forwarded message ----------

From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 1:53 PM

Subject: Re: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now
resolved

To: Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>





Hi,






ok, perhaps I'll
do that!







Thank you very
much for your help!







I'll update you
as soon as possible, if I hear something more from the Vikingship-experts in
Norway.






Thank you very much again for your reply!







Best regards,






Erik Ribsskog








On Fri, Dec 10,
2010 at 10:22 AM, Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>
wrote:



Thanks Erik


We'll put a summary
up soon on http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/-sczsteve
and may be able to include some videos of the talks - including the Intro
- once we have permission from the speakers. If you like I can
also put you in touch with Ingi Thor Jonsson - like yourself a
resident Livepudlian - who runs the annual NICE (Nordic Cultural Events)
Festival, I think you and Ingi would get on very well. There will
eventually be a book based on the Conference but that won't be for some months,


Ha det bra


Steve



Vikings: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/-sczsteve









From: Erik Ribsskog
[mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]


Sent: 07 December 2010 14:53

To: Stephen Harding

Subject: Re: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link,
now resolved






Hi,






thank you very
much for you e-mail!






I've now sent about the Vikingship in Meols, to the Norwegian Maritime Museum,
at Bygdøy, in Oslo.






They are also experts on vikingships, and the conserving of these, like
Cultural Historical Musum, in Oslo are.







I'll update you
more, if and when I hear back from them.






Has anyone written a summary from the viking-conference, which I could write
about on my blog, since I have a travel-blog etc., where I write about my short
travels from Liverpool to different Norwegian Viking places in the Wirral.






Thanks in advance for any help!






Yours sincerely,






Erik Ribsskog






On Tue, Dec 7,
2010 at 2:23 PM, Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>
wrote:





Dear
all,




Firstly
apologies for the bulk nature of this email again and secondly apologies to
those who have had difficulty accessing the book (with its marvellous foreword
by Michael Wood) through amazon.co.uk.:





Although
because of the demand (many thanks!) the site says "Out of Stock" if
you click on the "2 new" you should be able to order the book
immediately and in time for Christmas. Thirdly apologies if you have
no interest in the Vikings!




All best
wishes




Steve,
Turi and Mark













From: Harding Stephen

Sent: 02 December 2010 14:41

To: undisclosed recipients

Subject: Viking DNA book





Dear Colleagues
(including many of you who took part in the genetic survey of northwest
England, 2002-2007, or the Nordic Festival in 2008)


Apologies if you get
this message more than once! We are writing to bring to your attention a
publication we have just produced. It focuses on the first part of a
genetic survey of northern England – the Wirral and West Lancashire
project in the northwest – and explains the basis behind the
DNA method to probe ancestry, the use of surnames to help to localize
volunteers to specific regions of the country, and how genetic methods are
being used in conjunction with historical, archaeological and linguistic
evidence to learn about Viking ancestry. It also gives some
examples from individual results and from comparing populations of people to
help show what these new technologies can achieve.


Publication of the book
has been supported by one of the UK Research Councils who have been supporting
the study (the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council) - and
Nottingham University Press in conjunction with Countyvise Limited have very
kindly produced this for us and indeed done a splendid job. We
would like to stress that we as authors are not taking any Royalties or profit!



The
book is introduced with a brilliant foreword by famous UK/BBC
historian/broadcaster Michael Wood after which we set out to show
as clearly as we can, with the help of full colour illustrations – what
DNA is and how DNA methods can be used to probe both individual and population
ancestry. For probing Viking ancestry it shows the importance of using
DNA in conjunction with historical, linguistic, place name and archaeological
evidence - again with the help of many colour illustrations, and explains how
DNA can be used to probe paternal ancestry and maternal ancestry either for
individuals or for populations of people, explaining also some of the sometimes
complicated jargon that scientists use.



A major
problem in studying population ancestry is the large population movements that
have occurred since the Industrial Revolution. However there is a strong
link between surnames and paternal DNA ancestry and the book explains how
information such as Henry VIII’s tax rolls, , and even criminal records
(including someone accused of killing a dog in 1348 …. found not guilty!)
can be used to help establish the volunteer base for specific regions of
northern England. Using these methods significant Scandinavian ancestry
(up to 50% of the mixture of DNA from the old populations) has been shown for
Wirral and West Lancashire. One youngster from Wirral was so
impressed with the results for her father she wrote a School project
“My Viking Dad and his Viking Dog”! The book finishes with a look
towards the current testing of other regions of Northern England and the
research currently being undertaken with colleagues in Norway to study the
genetic profile of Scandinavia in the Viking Age.



This
broadcast on BBC Radio 4 gives some more information about the survey: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/history/making_history/making_history_20080520.shtml (after
the first minute or so)



So we think it will be a
useful read for anyone interested in DNA ancestry and, after seeing what we
have done in the North West, give people from other regions an idea of how
their own past could be researched. The book is 150 pages long and
extensively illustrated in colour.. The book has just
become available in all good bookshops in the north West or from
Amazon.co.uk *and
would make an excellent Christmas present.



Steve Harding, Mark
Jobling and Turi King





Stephen Harding DSc(Oxon)

Professor of Applied
Biochemistry


NCMH Laboratory,

University of Nottingham

Sutton Bonington

LE12 5RD,
UK




http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/-sczsteve

steve.harding@nottingham.ac.uk

*in case of difficulty contact us on this email address, and we
will put you in contact with Nottingham University Press or Countyvise






This message and any attachment
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If you have received this message in error, please send it back to me, and
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by the author of this email do not necessarily reflect the views of the
University of Nottingham.


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Jeg fikk en e-post angående vikingskipet på the Wirral, fra Norsk Maritimt Museum




Gmail - Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now resolved










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now resolved











Frode Kvalø
<Frode.Kvalo@marmuseum.no>



Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 8:56 AM




To:
Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>


Cc:
Per Gisle Galåen <Per.Gisle.Galaen@marmuseum.no>, "emb.london@mfa.no" <emb.london@mfa.no>, "gunvor.haustveit@ra.no" <gunvor.haustveit@ra.no>, "post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no" <post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no>, Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>









To Erik Ribsskog and associates


I have involuntarily been drawn into in this unpleasant e-mail correspondence
and I have no interested in being a part of it!



If there is a ship of Nordic design dating to the Viking period
in a Pub somewhere in England that is a fascinating story. However, I’m content
that our British colleges have the knowledge and skills to deal with such
finds.



This is not something the Norwegian Maritime Museum will prioritize
to get involved in!



Please, do not contact me concerning this matter again!



Frode Kvalø


Head of Archaeology


Norwegian Maritime Museum






Fra: Stephen Harding
[mailto:Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk]

Sendt: 11. desember 2010 09:05

Til: Erik Ribsskog; Stephen Harding

Kopi: Per Gisle Galåen; emb.london@mfa.no; gunvor.haustveit@ra.no; Frode
Kvalø; post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no

Emne: RE: Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies
for problems with Amazon link, now resolved





Dear Erik,


Ingi Thor Jonsson, along with Wirral and Liverpool’s
cultural ambassador Mike McCartney has done a tremendous amount of work over
the last 4 years in strengthening the links between Merseyside/ the North West
and the Nordic countries through the annual Nordic Cultural Events (NICE)
Festival, and the suggestion of you making contact was made because of the
(mistaken) impression you may wish to contribute to these efforts. With
respect to the Viking Conference at Chester and the splendid exhibition provided
for the public to enjoy the regions great Viking Heritage this was all
provided completely free of charge
– as was the buffet – thanks
to the tremendous efforts of the staff of the Grosvenor Museum, and all the
feedback we have had – apart from your comment – has been very
positive. As a Wirral man going back very many generations I am very proud of
what has been achieved. The food provided was free and if you did not
like it there were other places to buy food nearby. If you missed the
start of the meeting and the introduction so you did not know who the speakers
were this was not the fault of the organisers. Nontheless we appreciate
your interest in the Vikings in our region but if you wish to communicate with
us in future please refrain from using offensive language otherwise your emails
will be blocked. The talks will be posted on the website as soon as we
can,


Best wishes


Steve Harding






From: Erik
Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 10 December 2010 19:46

To: Stephen Harding

Cc: Per Gisle Galåen; emb.london@mfa.no; gunvor.haustveit@ra.no;
frode.kvalo@marmuseum.no; post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no

Subject: Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for
problems with Amazon link, now resolved




Hi,






the Icelandic
guy you said I'd get along well with is gay you b*stard.







Now I don't
wan't to update you anymore.







Good luck with
the Pakistani Samosa food on the Viking-conference.







I think you must
be a muslim guy mobbing me.






Don't want anything more to do with you.






Erik Ribsskog






----------
Forwarded message ----------

From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 5:17 PM

Subject: Re: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now
resolved

To: Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>





Hi,






yes, I didn't
understand the routine, to get on the conference.






But, I haden't seen the exhipition yet, Reap and Pillage, so I just went to
Chester that day, but the train was a few minutes early, so I got there a bit
late.







And then I spoke with the people
working there, at the museum, who got me in there, after the first break.




I understood it
like that one only had to register at the museum, from your website.






But now I understand, that I should have ordered a ticket.






This wasn't clear to me, from reading your website.







But, this is
just a hobby for me, with the viking-stuff on the Wirral, so I read about it
like I would have read an online newspaper etc.






But next time I'll make sure to contact the hosts before I go to a conference
like that.






Sorry about that misunderstanding again!







It sounds very
fine about the video of the conference.






I'll update you if I hear more from the Norwegian Maritime Museum, about the
Vikingship, under the pub, Railway Inn, in Meols.







Thanks again for
arranging the fine viking conference!







Best regards,






Erik Ribsskog











On Fri, Dec 10,
2010 at 3:03 PM, Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>
wrote:



Thanks Erik. We are
waiting to receive the video material (and permissions) on the conference
and hopefully you should be able to catch up on the Introduction and the
other talks you missed at the start. This will also be of benefit to
others, particularly the many people who wanted to attend but were
unable to get tickets.


Paa gjensyn,


Steve













From: Erik
Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]



Sent: 10 December 2010
14:16

To: Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk

Subject: Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link,
now resolved




Hi,






that is, I don't
want to have this as a life-style, with football-games at the Wirral and be
mate with the Icelandic guy from the Scandinavian Church, etc.






I only care about the viking-stuff on the Wirral etc.






Because I have a lot of different interests, like blog, genealogy, web-design,
etc., etc.






So I haven't got that much spare-time.






So this isn't about the community-stuff, this is just about the vikingship and
the conference.






Hope you include the questions from the audience, (from me and others), in the
summary, since I brought up about the vikingship in Meols etc.






Hope this is alright, don't mean to be to direct/inpolite.






Best regards,






Erik Ribsskog




PS.






Maybe I'll go on a movie, or something, part of the Nordic festival, but I
haven't got the time to go there all the time, unfortunately.







I thought about
going on Max Manus, (the Norwegian was-movie), in the Scandinavian chruch last
year.






And I asked a young Swedish woman, Amanda, who works at Netto, Weaverthree, if
she had been at the Scandinavian Church, but she hadn't.







Also, I have an
employment-case, against Bertelsmann Arvato Microsoft Scandinavian Product
Activation:











Perhaps you know
someone at the University of Nottingham, who could help me with this case, as a
pro-bono-case, because this case involved/involves many Scandinavians living in
Liverpool.







(My alumumni, at
University of Sunderland, haven't replied).







Also, some of
the employees there, had a lot to do with the Scandinavian Church, (and are
included in the case), an Irish/Swede called Michael O'Shaughnessy etc., so I'm
a bit vary about the Scandinavian Church, to be frank.






So I think I'll only keep this at the level it's been at, that I only go to the
odd trip/event at my own choice..






Hope this is alright!









----------
Forwarded message ----------

From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 1:53 PM

Subject: Re: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now
resolved

To: Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>





Hi,






ok, perhaps I'll
do that!







Thank you very
much for your help!







I'll update you
as soon as possible, if I hear something more from the Vikingship-experts in
Norway.






Thank you very much again for your reply!







Best regards,






Erik Ribsskog








On Fri, Dec 10,
2010 at 10:22 AM, Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>
wrote:



Thanks Erik


We'll put a summary
up soon on http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/-sczsteve
and may be able to include some videos of the talks - including the Intro
- once we have permission from the speakers. If you like I can
also put you in touch with Ingi Thor Jonsson - like yourself a
resident Livepudlian - who runs the annual NICE (Nordic Cultural Events)
Festival, I think you and Ingi would get on very well. There will
eventually be a book based on the Conference but that won't be for some months,


Ha det bra


Steve



Vikings: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/-sczsteve









From: Erik Ribsskog
[mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]


Sent: 07 December 2010 14:53

To: Stephen Harding

Subject: Re: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link,
now resolved






Hi,






thank you very
much for you e-mail!






I've now sent about the Vikingship in Meols, to the Norwegian Maritime Museum,
at Bygdøy, in Oslo.






They are also experts on vikingships, and the conserving of these, like
Cultural Historical Musum, in Oslo are.







I'll update you
more, if and when I hear back from them.






Has anyone written a summary from the viking-conference, which I could write
about on my blog, since I have a travel-blog etc., where I write about my short
travels from Liverpool to different Norwegian Viking places in the Wirral.






Thanks in advance for any help!






Yours sincerely,






Erik Ribsskog






On Tue, Dec 7,
2010 at 2:23 PM, Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>
wrote:





Dear
all,




Firstly
apologies for the bulk nature of this email again and secondly apologies to
those who have had difficulty accessing the book (with its marvellous foreword
by Michael Wood) through amazon.co.uk.:





Although
because of the demand (many thanks!) the site says "Out of Stock" if
you click on the "2 new" you should be able to order the book
immediately and in time for Christmas. Thirdly apologies if you have
no interest in the Vikings!




All best
wishes




Steve,
Turi and Mark













From: Harding Stephen

Sent: 02 December 2010 14:41

To: undisclosed recipients

Subject: Viking DNA book





Dear Colleagues
(including many of you who took part in the genetic survey of northwest
England, 2002-2007, or the Nordic Festival in 2008)


Apologies if you get
this message more than once! We are writing to bring to your attention a
publication we have just produced. It focuses on the first part of a
genetic survey of northern England – the Wirral and West Lancashire
project in the northwest – and explains the basis behind the
DNA method to probe ancestry, the use of surnames to help to localize
volunteers to specific regions of the country, and how genetic methods are
being used in conjunction with historical, archaeological and linguistic
evidence to learn about Viking ancestry. It also gives some
examples from individual results and from comparing populations of people to
help show what these new technologies can achieve.


Publication of the book
has been supported by one of the UK Research Councils who have been supporting
the study (the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council) - and
Nottingham University Press in conjunction with Countyvise Limited have very
kindly produced this for us and indeed done a splendid job. We
would like to stress that we as authors are not taking any Royalties or profit!



The
book is introduced with a brilliant foreword by famous UK/BBC
historian/broadcaster Michael Wood after which we set out to show
as clearly as we can, with the help of full colour illustrations – what
DNA is and how DNA methods can be used to probe both individual and population
ancestry. For probing Viking ancestry it shows the importance of using
DNA in conjunction with historical, linguistic, place name and archaeological
evidence - again with the help of many colour illustrations, and explains how
DNA can be used to probe paternal ancestry and maternal ancestry either for
individuals or for populations of people, explaining also some of the sometimes
complicated jargon that scientists use.



A major
problem in studying population ancestry is the large population movements that
have occurred since the Industrial Revolution. However there is a strong
link between surnames and paternal DNA ancestry and the book explains how
information such as Henry VIII’s tax rolls, , and even criminal records
(including someone accused of killing a dog in 1348 …. found not guilty!)
can be used to help establish the volunteer base for specific regions of
northern England. Using these methods significant Scandinavian ancestry
(up to 50% of the mixture of DNA from the old populations) has been shown for
Wirral and West Lancashire. One youngster from Wirral was so
impressed with the results for her father she wrote a School project
“My Viking Dad and his Viking Dog”! The book finishes with a look
towards the current testing of other regions of Northern England and the
research currently being undertaken with colleagues in Norway to study the
genetic profile of Scandinavia in the Viking Age.



This
broadcast on BBC Radio 4 gives some more information about the survey: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/history/making_history/making_history_20080520.shtml (after
the first minute or so)



So we think it will be a
useful read for anyone interested in DNA ancestry and, after seeing what we
have done in the North West, give people from other regions an idea of how
their own past could be researched. The book is 150 pages long and
extensively illustrated in colour.. The book has just
become available in all good bookshops in the north West or from
Amazon.co.uk *and
would make an excellent Christmas present.



Steve Harding, Mark
Jobling and Turi King





Stephen Harding DSc(Oxon)

Professor of Applied
Biochemistry


NCMH Laboratory,

University of Nottingham

Sutton Bonington

LE12 5RD,
UK




http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/-sczsteve

steve.harding@nottingham.ac.uk

*in case of difficulty contact us on this email address, and we
will put you in contact with Nottingham University Press or Countyvise






This message and any attachment
are intended solely for the addressee and may contain confidential information.
If you have received this message in error, please send it back to me, and
immediately delete it. Please do not use, copy or disclose the information
contained in this message or in any attachment. Any views or opinions expressed
by the author of this email do not necessarily reflect the views of the
University of Nottingham.


This message has been checked
for viruses but the contents of an attachment may still contain software
viruses which could damage your computer system: you are advised to perform
your own checks. Email communications with the University of Nottingham may be
monitored as permitted by UK legislation.






































Policy for kommentarer


Anonyme kommentarer, blir slettet, (etter en del problemer, med nettmobbing osv.).

Hvis du har et vanlig navn, så skriv gjerne noe, som skiller deg, fra andre, med samme navn, (sånn at det er klart, hvem som skriver).

Kommentarer som inneholder trakassering, (og som ikke holder seg, til temaet, i blogg-posten), blir bare slettet, (og ikke publisert).

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

For å eventuelt legge inn kommentar, så trykk på linken, til blogg-posten, (så kommer det opp et felt, hvor man kan kommentere).

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