Author Archives: Daniel

New blog

Im still keeping this blog alive, but ive recently started a new blog about my favourite hobby, genealogy. So follow me on Nordic Roots Advertisements

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Leaving geology for a black willow

I’m not that active here as you might have noticed. The reason is mainly that Ive decided to quit studying geology this winter without being finished with my MSc… Yes I’m a quitter… While becoming a father last year my … Continue reading

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Crows kicks and a priest’s bathtub

Near the south Swedish town Simrishamn here in the province of Skåne (Scania), in a small fishing village called Vik theres some nice Cambrian quartzite geology exposed near the ocean (the surrounding geology is a mixture of older horst risen gneiss, … Continue reading

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Google+

I know, most likely noone reads this blog anymore. But I just wanted to know if theres any geologists out there who use and post on Google+? Perhaps even have a nice circle of geologists there. Please let me know … Continue reading

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The sleeping blog sleeps

Here we go again. I promise to blog about geology from Sweden and delievers some posts. Then silence. Long silence. The reasons are many and probably not very interesting for you. But the pattern is of course familiar from my … Continue reading

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The union of conspiracy theorists and sceptics

When something cool is announced, there will always be the ones who automatically does their best to put down the discovery. So when the new very cool arsenic bacteria got announced yesterday it didnt take long before they started to … Continue reading

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Wtf its snowing?!

Ok, so now it snows outside my window :O Its evening here, the 20th of October. Where I live, in the south of Sweden we often have winters without any snow at all. And NEVER this early. This early in … Continue reading

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