Mankind's ticket for the future
Monday, August 17, 2009
Every now and then in human history an invention or discovery comes along that reshapes the foundation of our future.

Now may be such a time.

What if an energy source was to be invented that just takes water to generate power between 100 and 200 times greater than that of combustion from fossil fuel?
What if that energy generation was completely environment friendly and the by-product resulted in a new and very useful matter?
Well, that's exactly what Blacklight Power has done.
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Thank you
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Thank you to all the American citizens who have voted for Barack
Obama. He will have a hard time cleaning up the mess of the 8 year
Republican debacle, but at least he gives hope to the world. My two
cents to the people of the U.S.A.: give this man time, don 't expect
things to change in 3 months. He 'll need at least his whole term of
presidency and probably even more to fix what's broken. And even
after that I 'd say: people, ALWAYS vote for the Democrats. If you
think back to recent ... Read more
The world of tomorrow
Thursday, August 21, 2008
For once, I wish I were a U.S. citizen. So I could at least give one
vote for a better future.
And that future lies NOT in the hands of John McCain
To all U.S. Americans who read this post: please, please, please: GO
AND VOTE OBAMA.
With great unbelief I recently learned from polls that John McCain
would have about as much votes as Obama. How is that possible? John
McCain is an extension of George Bush. I thought/hoped that after 8
years of Dark Ages with the George Bush jr. administration ... Read more
Removal of nuts and bolts out of my leg
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Previous year in march I had a terrible accident with my little dirtbike (pitbike).
Due to a bad landing on the track I smacked hard to the dirt after a jump. Read more
Cat vs. dog
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Today I was quite amused when my cat got face-to-face with the Beegle
of my mother in law.
Each time the dog, Wibo, comes over, he can run freely in the
garden. And so can Janneke, our cat.
But as with most cats and dogs, they are not so fond of eachother,
although they 're both very curious.
So Janneke strolls on the roof of my shed, provoking the dog rolling
over on the side. This goes on for quite some time when all of a
sudden: bam, cat overboard! She falls off at about 1 feet next to ... Read more
The grainy deerhunter
Saturday, July 14, 2007
Big was my surprise when I saw this animal almost walking into my
garden.
It 's some sort of deer (a bambi?) and it 's only the second time I
've witnessed it in the wild in my own neighbourhood.
This time I had my camera handy, and with maximum zoom + digital
zoom I managed to shoot this grainy picture (150m away). It was
getting rather dark, so ISO values were shooting through the ceiling.

Nonetheless, the animal is very clearly recognizable.
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Iconshock Icons: Get your free Vista Icons
Sunday, December 10, 2006

I noticed that Iconshock, the premier website for purchasing your
professional icons, have a bunch of FREE Vista Icons you can get.

For more information: http://www.iconshock.com/vista-icons.php [1]

Links:
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[1] http://www.iconshock.com/vista-icons.php
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Always control A control C
Friday, October 27, 2006
Sigh!
Just to let you know: when posting on forums or any web based form,
make it a habit to copy all of your typings to your clipboard. In
case your session got timed out .
Sigh! Read more
Pimped Savage X
Thursday, September 28, 2006
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Today I pimped my HPI Savage X! I bought 2 pairs of HPI's mounted
Phlatline tires on the Blast wheel Chrome. 140 x 70mm Johny wheels!
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Wanna get humiliated? Get your kicks at Agimont Adventure!
Monday, August 28, 2006
What do you do when a group of 15 people arrives late at YOUR
adventure park, although they called several times in advance,
although the time window is still well within opening hours? Read more