Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Dachstein Icecaves

On Wendsday I went for a mountain trip with the Gutbrunners.
We went to Hallstatt and took the skilift up. First we went to the mamut caves. They are called mamut because they are gigantic cathedral high washed out caves. Later we also went to the Ice caves on the shadeside of the mountain. The ice there is always below the freezinh point.
The cave systems are over 50 miles long. About 1 mile is preparated for tourits. It was really an exciting trip.

Once we saw daylight again we went up all the way to the summit and had an awesome view of gods work.
We walked through foot high snow in Septeber!!!

greetz Klemens

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Daniels Birthdayparty

My best friend Daniel had birthday on 9.11, we celebrated it on the weekend on his parents property next to the woods.
we played beer pong for a while.
it was fun but then the austrians wanted to play a game where u have to drink much much faster...better said as fast as u can ... after u hit a target until the oponent put the target up again... hardcore... i am not used to such shit anymore.
Daniel got a waterpipe from the Berndls as bd present and we smoked some good tabacco.
Eitherway the party was a big succes.
In the morning when I woke up in the cold cottage I started the fire again and ran arround wakeing freezing people. I gave them some water to drink and brought them back to the fire.
A few hours later all my family showed up at my home. It was a long day...

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Cern in 3 minutes - LHC (Large Hardron Colider)

I thought about uploading videos I did not make. I will link more interesting or funny videos in the future.
About the LHC. The start of the first beam was successful. But the first collision with the 2nd one is still outstanding. They will speed everything up to almost the speed of light and then ...nobody knows. Critics say this could happen as well...

Take a look! livecam from Cern

Thursday, September 11, 2008

back in Austria

Hello folks,
I got save back to Austria. Everything is so green here it is wonderful. The variety of food is enormous. ...ah yea i found out that I lost 14 pounds in America!?
But NY was an awesome time I met extraordinary people and became friends with them. NYC is an outstanding city.
When I arrived home i unpacked and started to implement myself again. One of the important things I did the first days, was to cut of the plug of my dell power adapter. As u can see it now has a very nice end and fits into Austrian sockets. :)

The LHC in swiss got launched and it was a huge success. World did not blow up still spins arround the sun. Within the next ten years the scientists will be able to solve more of the worlds secrets.

so much so far. miss u guys from NY
lg Klemens

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Tomas Tisch

Labour day (sowas wie der Tag der Arbeit):
Today I visited the studio of Tomas Tisch in Brooklyn. He offered me a job and a place to stay anytime. He is mostly a glass carver and flat glass artist. His studio is at the far end of the quiet Brooklyn bay. The statue of liberty is looking directly into the studio and a nice breeze of saltwater smell comes in the window.
So i might work in the future for him.
At night we went to Joe D. house and had a few beer, nothing much.

lg Klemens

Monday, September 1, 2008

Hamlet 2

Today Kevin and I watched the comedy Hamlet 2. It was a very funny film of a guy who makes a sequel for Hamlet. In the first one everybody dies. So he write the play so that there is a time travel machine to rescue all characters. 8 out of 10 ********

lg Klemens