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  1. Wackianne

    Wackianne W:O:A Metalhead

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    Aaah, I can leave proudly and happily now - have finally reached the 1000 posts :D:D:D!
    Damn, since November 2001 I'm struggling while watching everybody around reaching the 5000 after 3 months or so :p:D!

    So, here are loads of beer, mead and jacky - drink!!
    Prost!
     
  2. dittohead

    dittohead W:O:A Metalmaster

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    congrats :D:D:D:p.
     
  3. berserkur

    berserkur W:O:A Metalhead

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    yeah baby yeah!! you deserve some spanking you naughty naughty...
     
  4. Supercharger

    Supercharger W:O:A Metalmaster

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    well done anna..you make me so proud :D
     
  5. A Coming Curse

    A Coming Curse W:O:A Metalhead

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    i'll take the jack daniels thank you very much :)
     
  6. DapperDanMan

    DapperDanMan W:O:A Metalhead

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    greetings...........think I'll reach 1000 in....umm...before Wacken for sure :D


    @berserkur you Icelandic people rule!!! I recently red a long article in a major german newspaper regarding the icelandic energy 'production'.
    It said Iceland is about to completely transform its whole Economy into a 'regenerative Economy' (including all cars, ships etc.) by 2050 and they have already reached 72% 'supply' with regenerative power! Thats great, progressively!

    Did you see one of these 3 Hydrogen-powered Mercedes Busses DaimlerChrysler sent to your country for testing purposes?


    Article Topic says:

    'Wikinger auf sauberem Kurs' which means 'Vikings on a clean course' !!!! :D :D :D :D
     
  7. DapperDanMan

    DapperDanMan W:O:A Metalhead

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    Kool i just became WOA Metalhead....!!!
     
  8. berserkur

    berserkur W:O:A Metalhead

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    it´s not like we the majority of the people have anything to do with it, some scientists and engineers or something

    well it´s also got to do with first and foremost the cheap and ample electricity that we have here

    but well it´s going slow but who know how it will be in 2050?!

    i saw the cars in the news they were kind of slow a man said that was driving them, it´s pretty cool that water( read hydrogen) can be used in such a way!

    my Aunt is the industrial minister :) she's ok but not when it comes to environmental protection... :(


    article

    :WWF condemns plans by aluminium giant Alcoa that would destroy great Icelandic wilderness

    Geneva, Switzerland - WWF, the conservation organization, today called on Alcoa, the world´s largest aluminium producer, to live up to its own environmental standards and pull out of a project that would destroy Dimmugljúfur Canyon, one of Iceland's great wilderness areas.

    The project would see Alcoa, well-known for household brands like Reynolds Wrap® and Baco ® foil building a giant aluminium smelter in Eastern Iceland. At the same time, the Icelandic government would construct a major dam complex to power the smelter. Alcoa claims that leadership in environmental, health, and safety performance is inseparable from its aspiration to be the best company in the world. However, this joint project will submerge parts of Dimmugljúfur canyon, and breeding grounds for pink-footed geese and reindeer under a 57 square kilometre reservoir and three giant dams, and involve building kilometres of new roads and tunnels. The project will also dam and divert two of the three main river systems in the area, cutting off the vital arteries that feed streams, wetlands and habitat for wildlife.
    "Alcoa's performance in environment, health, and safety has qualified the company as a member of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI)," said Samantha Smith, Director of WWF's Arctic Programme. "Although they publicly emphasize their environmental principles a decision to build this smelter would help destroy one of the last great wilderness areas of Western Europe. WWF is calling on Alcoa to live up to its environmental principles and back out of this devastating project."
    Alcoa's move is all the more surprising given that it follows a decision by the Norwegian multinational, Norsk Hydro, to withdraw from the project after substantial criticism from environmental groups and an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) that concluded that the project would have huge and negative consequences on the area. On the basis of the EIA, the Icelandic Planning Agency ruled that the project should not go forward. Subsequently the Icelandic government overturned that ruling, and allowed the project - a decision that has now been challenged in court.
    WWF is calling on Alcoa, which has 129,000 employees worldwide and last year generated revenues of USD 22.9 billion, to live up to its environmental principles and back out of its joint plan with the Icelandic Government. The Alcoa board will take a final decision on the project on 11 July. The CEO of WWF-US, Kathryn S. Fuller, sits on Alcoa's board and has raised WWF's opposition to the project with the company at the highest level.
    WWF is supporting calls by Icelandic NGOs for the Eastern Highlands to be declared a national park. Such a park would ensure long-term protection for the highlands that risk to be affected by the Alcoa project. This could create more jobs through tourism than will be generated by the power and aluminium development, at much lower cost.
    "Everywhere we look, the Arctic is under pressure. From the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to the Barents Sea, and now the Dimmugljúfur Canyon, governments and industry see the Arctic as a new frontier for large-scale industrial development. What they don´t see is that the Arctic is one of the last places left on earth where nature still works as it has for centuries. When we lose this, we´ll never be able to get it back," Samantha Smith added.
     
  9. Shadowtear

    Shadowtear W:O:A Metalmaster

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    Hey Mum...

    congratulations :)!!!!

    *bighugandakissforhermum*

    Thanks for the Jackie :D
     
  10. Sodomy&Lust

    Sodomy&Lust W:O:A Metalmaster

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    Congratulations, you veteran spammerin!!! :D:D Stay here for 1000000000000000 more posts!!!
     
  11. Supercharger

    Supercharger W:O:A Metalmaster

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    well just passed the 6000 posts
     
  12. Shadowtear

    Shadowtear W:O:A Metalmaster

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    hey..congrats to you too my brother :)
     
  13. Carpathian_Wolf

    Carpathian_Wolf W:O:A Metalmaster

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    Hey anne mom in law congrats!

    Almost reached 4000 myself!

    :)
     
  14. Shadowtear

    Shadowtear W:O:A Metalmaster

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    I´ve reached my 5000 two days ago... but nobody noticed :D ..but that´s ok.. `cause I don´t say a word *g* ;)
     
  15. DapperDanMan

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    I got pretty mutch too........though.....
     

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