A Finnish ship has set the record for the earliest crossing of the notorious Northwest Passage, the Arctic route between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Icebreaker MSV Nordica was at sea for 24 days, travelling more than 6,214 miles to make the record. It arrived at Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, on 29 July, having set off from Vancouver, Canada on 5 July, the Associated Press reported.
Liminal territories – amphibious spaces
Likewise, when looking across to Serbia over the Danube River from a hilltop at St. Helena, Banat, Romania in June.
Since April I’ve been staying on my boat on Hovedøya, just one of the little islands in the inner Oslo fjord. Large parts of the island are protected by the Cultural Heritage Act. This is were I live in the summer season. I mostly stay on the island unless I really need to leave (for example, to buy provisions), even though the city is very close. Almost every day I clear up the stoney beach close to the jetty, finding all kinds of plastic, glass, syringes and a lot of other rubbish washed up on the shore. Today I found something quite alien and alive.
Artificial intelligence will plot the safest, most economical routes, and predict maintenance needs.