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January 25, 2007

How to build an offshore wind farm

Danish_flag In the summer of 2002, the world’s largest offshore wind farm was constructed at the Danish west coast. Horns Rev facilities were placed 14-20 km into the North Sea and represent the first phase of a large-scale Danish effort to produce non-polluting electricity from offshore wind turbines

Bang & Olufsen virtual factory tour

The paintings of surrealist Danish artist Otto Frello

Gross art. Danish artist Marco Evaristti liposuctioned some of his belly fat, fried meatballs in it and served it to friends

Pulmonic ingressive, the quick gasping noise that Danes make while conversing

Why do Danes score higher than any other Western country on measures of life satisfaction. (From NY Times)

Peter Callesen

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Someone wanted to build a wind farm off the coast of Massachusetts. Eco-friendly left-wingers, Teddy Kennedy and Walter Cronkite used their clout to shoot the project down because it might have spoiled their ocean view.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/06/26/sunday/main560595.shtml

Posted by: Mumblix Grumph at Jan 25, 2007 3:40:46 AM

This is true Kennedy and Cronkite don't want it in their backyard but there were also a lot of Right wing Moneybags who sail round the Vineyard who wanted none of that windmill
power. Its a shame but he who has the gold makes the rules

Posted by: Fritz at Jan 25, 2007 4:29:10 PM

Peter Callesen's Palace of Dreams reminds me of the wonderful children's book, Paper John, by David Small, about an eccentric fellow who lived in a house he made out of paper: http://www.amazon.com/Paper-John-David-Small/dp/0874994500/ref=sr_1_1/102-8415146-7128966?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1172992344&sr=1-1

Posted by: travelina at Mar 3, 2007 11:16:33 PM