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dzt

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Hello Cableguy,

Instead of all this "Sra da Hora, Porto, Portugal, Europe, Hearth, Milky Way, Known universe..." can you please provide just x,y and even z coordinates?
:)

PS.
I've just read an article about "Holographic Universe" theory...
Astonishing!!!
 

maXim

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Hi Dimitris,

have You read something of Michael Talbot or/and Rudy Rucker? Mysticism and quantum mechanics, really fantastic and impressive! :SHOCKED:

My generation is also grown with these myths that mix gladly the science with the fiction. Sometimes, thanks also to the technological evolution and the talent of great men, reality has been superior to the imagination furnishing so to the humanity new horizons. Who knows what it will happen tomorrow, in the future... (!?)

The human mind is a wonderful thing but many people don't know to have this: a greater thing of the whole universe that surrounds them!

At next experience...

Massimo

P.S. sorry for my English.
 

alfcen

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Nice thought, Dimitris!!!
'Sla de Hora' is roughly at lat 41.1841° and lon -8.65922°.
Nearby Porto is famous for delicious Port Wine, lucky Cableguy :)
Many years ago, back in Europe, I was a lover of Greek red wine, too.
Still I am, but Greek wine is hardly available on this island.
This universe is larger than I thought, but often it is better to wish for than to have.
Cheers
Robert
 

dzt

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Still I am, but Greek wine is hardly available on this island.
I can send you some bottles if you wish:). I personally prefer the white wine.

You have started your journey (I suspect it was a long one) on the earth from Germany? Correct?

I will visit Berlin at 29th February 2008 for a few days. Any suggestions? An other German here?
 

alfcen

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Yes, Dimitris, from Germany, but how could you know that? Are you peeking the German Forum? :)
I haven't been to Germany for 11 years, in that I would be a lousy tourist guide, however, should once the wind take you across Asia, I will guide you through Okinawa. Please bring the wine then, it is too expensive to ship from Greece. The white wine is equally welcome :)
Cheers
Robert
 

alfcen

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Haisai Dimitris! So that's the secret :)

My wife (domestic government) is Japanese. She said she would support a Japanese B4PPC forum, under the condition that I translate all threads into Japanese (women!).

Have you ever seen a decent typhoon? That thing is just coming about us:
http://agora.ex.nii.ac.jp/digital-typhoon/kml/globe/latest/1.jpg

Okinawa is a good place to be, twisters, typhoons, earthquakes, hand-size spiders, poisonous snakes on land and in the Sea, you'll love it :)

Cheers

Robert
 

alfcen

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...and blue skies, white beaches, emerald green sea, tropical drinks, beach girls, BBQ's, Japan's best beer...
 

dzt

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@maXim
Ciao Massimo,

I'm Sorry for my delayed post.:)

Although I have read much of science fiction literature (especially in the past), I like more the science part rather than the fiction part.
And I always remain strongly opposite to metaphysical viewpoint of things.
Science is more than enough to feed us with questions and make us to always search for proofs.

@alfcen
Hello [endless coding (because of the typhoon? who knows)] Robert,

...beach girls...
Can you please give me your wife's e-mail?
 

Cableguy

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I have updated my "location", and if someones interested I can arrange a few "Vinho do Porto" samples!!:sign0188:
 

alfcen

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Hi Cableguy
Welcome back! "Vinho do Porto" - would be great for Christmas - what an excellent drop :)
 

Cableguy

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Anyone who wants a sample of "vinho do porto" say :sign0060: and donate a few euros for the pakage and stamps..
 
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