Interesting thoughts on immigration..

On the topic of the Swedish election 2010, this article was sent to me and I felt it was a very interesting read…

The article was written by Susan MacAllen

http://worldmonitor.wordpress.com/2007/11/21/salute-the-danish-flag/

One might wonder if this is going to happen in my native land of Sweden, or Canada…  or all over the planet…

Swedish Election 2010

On Facebook there is an app were you can vote for you favourite party and today just over 75.000 people over 18 had voted and (8.200 or so under 18).

This is the result:

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Hockey almost over for the season..

10 games, 6goals, 5assist, 3penalty minutes and finish up as the top goalscorer and the top player with most points for the Spring league in our team. As you guys perhaps already know, I played for The Islanders and I had a blast getting to know the guys, and hopefully I’ll find a spot for the fall! As a team, we didn’t do too well.. 2 wins, 9 losses which made us the worst team in the series…  🙂 Read the rest of this entry »

Great hockey last night!

It all comes to show that it is impossible to be satisfied with something great. You always want something nicer, bigger, grander, better etc..

I was not too happy with my contributions last night, I felt I could do lots better, but in reality I did quite well.

We won the game 6-4 and I scored the first, third, fourth and fifth goal (Four goals total) and a couple of them quite important goals, when the game was tied and either team could have scored and made our lives miserable! What differed this game compared to any other game, was that I got my own jersey (#21 – Forsberg – not my personal choice, but it seem to work well). Let’s see next game if the success continues!

I’m hoping to get in another couple of training sessions more per week to increase my speed and endurance.

Icehockey – Spring League – Island hockey 101

Well, I’m finally over my fever (4days of relentless fever and headaches) and due to that I missed our first game. Might as well perhaps, since we lost with 9-0.

If you want to follow us you can surf into this eminent site: http://www.islandhockey101.com/teams/view/?stid=170

If you are keen to follow my stats over the season you can see my profile here: http://www.islandhockey101.com/playerstats/view/?stpid=3295

Next game tonight!

Enjoy!

Face-lift initiated…

Hey guys,

Ok, so the second semester is officially over and I finally got some time to slow down and not do anything. So to keep me busy, I created a new theme for the website from scratch and I am still working on to get some more flash into the site for cooler presentations of pictures and movies.

I hope you like it!

Comment below if you wish…

Face-lift on S-MART.SE

Hey friends!

After this semester is done, it’s time for a face lift on the website…

I want some input…  what would you like to see? What colours, what features, what layout, what contents?

Something I noticed on my YouTube contributions are that ‘instructional’ clips are very highly rated/viewed among the few I already done…  I’m feeling I will do more of those… What do You think?

ENVR103 – Environmental Isolate

Source and Data Summary

The teachers’ desk in Fisher Building laboratory 222. Read the rest of this entry »

Earth Hour – My spin on it…

From a outsiders view with ignorance bless I can really understand how this became so popular so quick.

I’m a Environmental Technology student at Camosun College and I can see issues with reducing the load significantly and then turning it on after an hour. When the load changes significantly, frequency imbalances can occur (due to either too much or too little power being produced with respect to the load) as it takes time for the generators to adjust to the change in load. Read the rest of this entry »

ENVR107 – Lab 9 – Mt Tolmie Fieldtrip

Thursday, March 18th 2010, ENVR107 students from Camosun College conducted a fieldtrip to the local park, Mt Tolmie (Lat: N48° 27’’ 23’ Long: W123° 19’’ 34’) in Victoria, BC. The aim of the fieldtrip was to get familiar with Ecosystem Field Form and accompanying field books (Handbooks 25 (White) & 28 (Red)). Read the rest of this entry »