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Old 02-13-2013, 07:55 AM   #26
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hmm...and i thought Wolfram Alpha was software that made entering mathematical equations on the computer easy...
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:24 AM   #27
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... there are others than those famous people ...
They obviously didn't know you had moved in!

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hmm...and i thought Wolfram Alpha was software that made entering mathematical equations on the computer easy...
The big use will be for demographics, so you can do charts and trends and comparisons.
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Old 02-13-2013, 12:02 PM   #28
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Best of luck on your move - hopefully everything makes it there in one piece
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Old 02-13-2013, 12:54 PM   #29
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Yeah, it is a very nice place ... close to the Baltic sea (so close that in the 1980 a sovjet submarine tried to sail inte the harbour but got stranded ...) and the nature is just great ...

Fred there is one problem with wolramalpha ... the numbers are not very accurate; they are close but ...
The population in Karlskrona is approx 6000 people more and there are others than those famous people ... as a matter of fact this is prime naval city in Sweden a kind of combo of Annapolis and San Diego.
I checked Ume ... until Friday my city of residence. There the error in population is even greater - they claim that the population in 2006 was 75 000, which is dead wrong: now the population is approx 117 000 and it was around 104 000 in 2006 ...
I only wonder where the numbers come from.
I figure it must be the VAT
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Old 02-13-2013, 04:16 PM   #30
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LoL! You may be right ...
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Old 02-18-2013, 02:43 PM   #31
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OK, folks, we have arrived and most of the necessities of live are functional (beds, kitchen, bathrooms and internet). It will probably take a few weeks to get the farm up and running, but some crunching will be done - in a small scale - from now on. A couple of hundreds point here and there ...
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:48 PM   #32
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Now to change your profile location...
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Glad to hear you made it. Congrats and enjoy all what it takes to get settled in. If I had 100 bucks for every move or whom I have moved........I'm sure you get the point.��

Again grats! ��
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Now to change your profile location...
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I don't know where my post went?!?!?

Have you received any house warming gifts?
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I don't know where my post went?!?!?

Have you received any house warming gifts?
Why would he need house warming gifts with all that crunching ongoing

Unless it was some type of heat exchanger
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Why would he need house warming gifts with all that crunching ongoing

Unless it was some type of heat exchanger
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Good luck with the move and job changes.

Looks like quite a latitude change, you'll be even with Denmark, Latvia and northern UK.
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Bit late in , but congrats on the new house .
That's a big move & a long drive! Did ya do it in 1 go?

Hope you're enjoying the better(?) weather, you're only a few hundred miles north of me now .
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Yes, we are enjoying the new place ... it is warmer, the spring has arrived.
The drive was long - and we pulled a lot of weight - we had a 1500kg trailer hitched. I just love LandRovers ...
I only have 5 computers running (just now), and I have 4 more to set up. Bu there are problems with broadband conection and that will be solved mid May ...
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Cheers Mark!
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Cheers :beer: (hmm is that icon back??)

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So what sort of winter/summer temps did you get & will you get now?
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Summer temps: at the lowest: 10C, normally 17-22C, up to 30C.
Winter temps: at the lowerst: -17C (all said that was a recordbreaking low), noermally -10 - +5C, and up to +10C.
Really nice ...
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Err so was that for the old place or the new? And the other?
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The new ... the old was
summer +5C - +30C
winter -32C - -/+0C.
I.e. much colder, and darker ...
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Brrr that really was cold!! And a large range of temps!

Similiar temps to me now, maybe a little colder.
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