Friday, June 27, 2008

zurueck und wieder weg

wandern im nationalpark war grossartig, doch morgen gehts weiter, nach Reykjavik, auf das nattura konzert !!! juuuuhhhuuu alles weitere und bildern entweder per wlan vor ort oder in 3 tagen, inklusive bericht von der i9sland umrundung!

ihr duerft gespannt sein, jetzt muss ich Lasagne kochen gehen !!!

IWC Report from Paul Watson (Sea Shepherd conservation Society)

An interesseting, no-scientific, but personal view on things happen in Santiago de Chile by Cpt Paul Watson on the meeting of the International Whaling Commisson.

"It’s like a living dead gathering,” said Dave Rastovich of Surfers for Cetaceans commenting on the boring monotonous ramblings of Japanese bought and paid for puppet nations.

Skye Bortoli of Teens Against Whaling described the meeting this year as “pathetic, saying “this body will be known in the future as a small group of ecologically arrogant people who are condemning the world’s whales to agony and oblivion for petty politics and a few lousy bucks.”

Hannah Fraser a professional mermaid from Australia described the meeting as having to endure, “disappointingly banal rhetoric.”

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Bjoerk / Sigur Ros Concert Webcast LIVE

"SIGUR RÓS AND BJÖRK WEBCAST CONCERT ON NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WEBSITE THIS SATURDAY (JUNE 28) Sigur Rós is pleased to announce that Nat Geo Music, the music division of the National Geographic Entertainment, will webcast the entire open air Náttúra concert live from Iceland on Saturday, June 28, 2008 starting at 8pm London, and 7pm GMT. Go to the Nat Geo Music site for more information on the concert and the webcast. If you miss the live webcast, there will be an on-demand stream available from National Geographic's web site next week "

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