yatsek wrote:Looks like something for engineers but pages 10-13 should be interesting to anybody here – make sure you have a look at page 10 at least (Andreea may like page 11 as well )
andreeacorodeanu wrote:Woooooooooow ! I saw my name there and I take a look, ehh this curiosity , and what Im finding????????? Something so usefuuuuuuuuuuuuuul for my new project!!!!!!!!!! Thank you Jaceeeeeeeeeeek!
yatsek wrote:peterbud wrote:I can just underline the last point of p52... (satisfied, Jacek? )
Yes, and green with envy You lucky young people!
visentin wrote:peterbud wrote:BTW did you solve the enigm, Eric?
peterbud wrote:Well, I thought of the "field Earth scientist" part, actually. We're sensitive for different words
peterbud wrote: I can't give you more hints, otherwise Jacek will retaliate by opening up another CE thread, I'm afraid.
simpson wrote:Jacek, do you consider W Sudetes as East Central Europe?
On the floristic map it seems sort of central central european.
yatsek wrote:Well, I did my degree with a paper map, and have remained a relic of the Ice Age ever since.
yatsek wrote:Better watch out, Peter, or I'll detach from the Carpathians what's south/west of the Danube, and I do not mean the Serbian part.
simpson wrote:Trst is definitely south of the Danube.
yatsek wrote:Well, I happen to know an environmental engineer who – without much difficulty - can have the Danube flow south from somewhere near Linz across those hills west of the Carpathians, directly to the Adriatic. What's more, I can think of at least one reason why he could be interested.
peterbud wrote:please re-read the passage about this on the not-yet-but-will-be-that-green hill's page (although I tried to remain neutral in the text, you can guess my point of view)
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