Swedish house on the Moon

manhus2There is a man from Sweden who wants to build a house on the moon. This entrepreneur, Mikael Genberg, started to build a one room hotel high up in a tree in a park. That idea got worldwide press coverage. Because this was a big success he started building a floating one room hotel (glass cellar) so you sleep between fish. These hotels are now all over the world.

In march 2013 a Swedish consortium will put a lunar module in a custom Dnjepr-missile. In the lunar module is a surprise packet the size twice a shoebox. This kit will transforms itself, once on the moon, in a nice swedish house. Six by two meters, with a lovely sloping roof. By tradition cottages in Sweden are built of wood but the moon cottage will be constructed of a very light weight material and be both collapsible and inflatable. It will last about 100 million years.

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More info on www.themoonhouse.com

Life-size Lego statue of Jesus Christ in Swedish church

Lege JesusSwedish church opened its mass Sunday by unveiling a life-size Lego statue of Jesus Christ. The Jesus Christ statue stands 1.78 metres (5.8 feet) high. Churchgoers had donated nearly 30,000 Lego bricks to build it, said Per Wilder, the pastor of the Oensta Gryta Church in Västerås, about 110 kilometres (70 miles) west of Stockholm. Was the pastor building it himself? What will he build next?

Ashes to Ashes on SVT.se

On www.svt.se you can now watch Ashes to Ashes. If you are from outside Sweden you need a Swedish IP number so connect with a Relakks account to see part one where Alex Drake wakes up in 1981 after being shot in 2008. She concludes that she is either a second away from life, or a second away from death.

Swedish elks will repopulate Scotland


According to “The Local” Swedish elks will repopulate Scotland. More

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BrickFilmsFestivalen starts tomorow !!


Learning Swedish: accept no substitutes

I need regular Swedish TV via Internet to improve my Swedish. More 

If you know how to get it please leave a comment.