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Here the curious reader can follow the progress of the forthcoming new two-volume novel "Brent" by Norwegian
author Morten Jorgensen a.k.a. me. Here you will find
links that will give you some background for the books,
problems that I solve or questions that I ponder may be introduced, reports from my travels on research missions
for "Brent" may appear, news may break on this blog,
excerpts may be published.

Here all shall be revealed. In due time ...


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Sunday, 27 September 2009

An interesting project in Canada is unveiling its tourism spacecraft prototype in 2010: The Da Vinci Project and DreamSpace are collaborating on a space tourism project, which anyone can join:

"Please volunteer or provide corporate support for Canada's first entry to complete this private space mission built, by the people, for the people!"

In 2010, the XF1 flight demonstrator, will be unveiled.

Saturday, 26 September 2009


Yesterday I created the basics of Annnika, the Swedish porn star, who works mainly within 3D format, manga inspired, and her speciality is exotic animals. She is the world's most popular porn star and has 8.5 million subscribers worldwide. She is easily recognized by the blue electrostars under her collar bones and the diamond studs on her pubic mound. Annika has won 17 AVN Awards and is also a member of the International Commitee of GUNSEX (Global Union of Sex Workers) and has represented Moderaterna (the Conservative Party of Sweden) for one term in the Stockholm City Municipal Council, after heading the local Sex Workers Union for 3 years. "Annika in the Lion's Den" was voted Best Experimental Porn Movie at the Film Festival in Berlin the year before the events in "Brent" starts.

Monday, 7 September 2009


Today, I am thinking of the two great rising powers of the East. Which nation will become industrialized and post-industrialized first? Or maybe they will grow together?

The world is changing, and by 2050 both India's and China's economies will be dominant on planet Terra and encompass at least half the world's population.

Democracy vs. party rule? Religion-hinduism vs. atheism-secularity? High-tech vs. manufacturing? Rivalry? Animosity?

Reading http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/05_34/b3948421.htm and thinking. Hm ...

Thursday, 3 September 2009


It is pretty amazing ... The picture of a molecule. It may not seem like much, but my mind boggle it did, to paraphrase Yoda. What will we be able to photograph in fifty years? Atoms? Electrons? And what about the microworld that surrounds us? Will we in the future discover individual features in bacteria? Will we get familiar and personal with virus as individuals, give them names, develop emotional responses to their life and death, like we do with other creatures we study? "This is Jimmy, he's a middelaged e.coli who has been to Italy, but now he's back in Norway. Here he is in Gudrun, a web-designer from Fauske, who met him in Milan."

Time will tell ...


Thanks for the link to Chris de la Torre, editor of Urban Molecule, New York City.


This is the Dassault Vehra, a compact small spacecraft of great versalitity and flexibility. An impressive machine, indeed.