The moon is shining so brightly

On my way from home to the office yesterday, I obeserved a lovely fall scenery – the moon was shinging so brightly. I was thinking: why worship the sun as it shines only at day when daylights after all? The sun is much braver and helpfull as shining at night! So I had to capture this fenomena and as easy as always, I used my celluar phone camera. It was 7:21 AM and to quote Louis Armstrong: “Ohhh what a beautiful morning, oh what a wonderful day”:-) We are moving against the winter season in Norway and then the days are short and it is fairly cold. But the Norwegians saying is: “there is no such as bad weather, only bad cloths”. So we manage and really are enjoying the mysterius snow covered landskape. And of course we should ->we all are born with skies on they say:-) How cold is it and how dark/bright is it then? Well from the net I’ve found some facts and figures from the 18th of November 2005:UV Index: 0 Low – Wind: From NW at 5 mph – Humidity: 56% – Pressure: 30.06 in. – Dew Point: 23°F – Visibility: 6.2 miles.And the […]

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My model of the Earth

Today I learned about the mysterius word: Terella – A model of the Earth designed to illustrate the magnetic field. From the net I found this about the phenomeno:Electromagnetic waves led to radio and television, and to a huge electronic industry. But they are also generated in space – by unstable electron beams in the magnetosphere, as well as at the Sun and in the far-away universe, telling us about energetic particles in distant space, or else teasing us with unresolved mysteries. In Norway, aspecially on a clear winter night, you can easely see this in the Northern Lights, described as: “Of all naturally occuring heavenly phenomena, few come close to a night with a magnificent northern lights display. Flickering curtains of dancing light against the dark skies, northern lights is certainly one of the most spectacular of nature’s phenomena.” See a wonderful picture of this in the links in this article below! And of course there was a Norwegian who started the surch of this phenomena: “Birkeland published the first realistic theory of the northern lights, the main point being that electrically charged particles ejected from the sun are captured by Earth’s magnetic field and directed towards the polar […]

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On the top of Oslo

I had a meeting today with Kjell Rusti, CEO of Steria Norway. Entering their reception desk I noticed that the view out of the window at the 23rd floor was breath taking. Since I have a mobile phone with camera, I could not resist taking a picture from the top of Oslo – capital of Norway. In the picture you can see the fjord ending right down town of the city and the ferry boat regularly cruising from Denmark and Germany. Right now the harbour is under construction as the new Opera House is beginning to form its magnificent shape as an architectural new monument. If you like to learn more about this coming Opera House in The City of Oslo, click here! On the net at www.fodors.com miniguides, I found this description of Oslo which I find excellent: “World-class Oslo, a town of 500,000, has become good at survival and rebirth throughout its nearly 1,000-year history. In 1348, plague wiped out half the population, and it has burned down too many times to count. Nearly destroyed entirely by a fire in 1624, it was redesigned and renamed Christiania by Denmark’s royal builder, King Christian IV. After that it slowly […]

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Welcome to my blog spot!

I’m not new to this, but wanted to start all over again. Trying, experimenting and exploring this new way of communicate with the world. If I don’t exite you right away, bear with me. I will go on trying and give you some of my life in this Cyber Space way.So stay tuned, there will be more and more and more!Renny :-)

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