User:House1630

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My name refers to events in 1630 like erecting of buildings (Evenburg, Anne Frank House, Shipper's House in Bremen, Wallenstein Palace), and others. This is a so-called sock puppet of the main account User:Fmrauch for the purpose of a good understanding in this project, to ask concerning questions and for the following subjects:

My main languages are German, English, French, Latin

My Work Areas:

History of Joint-stock companies, stock indizes, societies, old towns, philosophy, politics. Translation between different languages like French, English, German, Italian, Latin, Spanish.

I have been registered since December 4th, 2006. My virtual origin is Borkum in memory of my brother/sister who was not born.

17th century Castle in neugothic style: The Evenburg 2007


General information[edit]

30. March 2017: the English Wikipedia has 5,372,418 Articels,

at 26. June 2012, 10:17 (UTC) there were 3,983,561 Articels.

Translations[edit]

see also wikimedia

Article German last edit English last edit Remarks
National Security Agency 51.073 4. Jul. 2013‎ 91,926 3 July 2013‎
Jürgen Ehlers 19.626 28. Jun. 2013‎ 47,288 1 July 2013‎
Gerhard von Scharnhorst 22.669 28. Jun. 2013‎ 10,113 29 April 2013‎
Vogelfluglinie 43.030 1. Jul. 2013‎ 5,166 7 April 2013‎


Translating to German[edit]

Category:Islamic banks currently 29 entries --House1630 (talk) 15:27, 9 September 2012 (UTC)

Cantor Fitzgerald

Nick Tredennick

Real Robots

Real Robots war ein 14tägig erscheinendes Technikmagazin aus dem Verlag Eaglemoss Publications. Es wurde in Zusammenarbeit mit der University of Reading entwickelt. Der Käufer des Magazins erhielt im Laufe der Zeit alle notwendigen Teile, um einen Roboter namens "Cybot" und später einen zweiten mit dem Namen "Tom" zusammenbauen zu können. Die Serie erschien in mehreren Sprachen und Ländern.

There were 96 issues of the magazine, die in fünf Phasen eingeteilt waren:

  • Phase 1 - Folge 1 bis 17 - Ein Roboter entsteht, der Linien auf dem Boden folgen kann, Licht und Objekte erkennt
  • Phase 2 - Folge 18 bis 40 - Es entsteht eine Fernbedienung mit einer Docking Station, um Cybot zu programmieren. Außerdem werden alternative Verkleidungen für Cybot geliefert, so dass er als 'Team Cybot' im Stil von Formel-1 erscheinen kann.
  • Phase 3 - Folge 41 bis 55 - Der Cybot kann von der menschlichen Stimme gesteuert werden und erhält weitere Komponenten für die Fernsteuerung.
  • Phase 4 - Folge 56 bis 70 - Cybot lern 'football'. Infrared location sensors are added to Cybot, as well as Infrared beacons in the form of a ball and a goal.
  • Phase 5 - Folge 71 bis 96 - TOM (Tracking Orbital Module) is built. TOM ist ein kleinerer Roboter als Cybot, aber mit ähnlichem Aussehen. Er erkennt Töne, hat eine höhere Geschwindigkeit, ist voll programmierbar, zeigt Gefühle und interagiert mit Cybot.

Weblinks

http://www.werfeli.com/RealRobots/index.htm

Translating from German to English[edit]

Category:Wind power companies in Germany

SFC Energy AG[edit]

SFC Energy AG is a medium sized company that was founded in 2001 under the name of SFC Smart Fuel Cell. It was financed by venture capital and public funds.

The SFC is a market leader in off-grid and stationary power generation and distribution. With about 25,000 sold fuel, the company has established its commercialized and award-winning products for years successfully worldwide in the fields of leisure, industrial, defense and security. SFC has established a dealer infrastructure of nearly 1000 sales points all over the world.

S.A.G. Solarstrom AG[edit]

S.A.G. Solarstrom is a company in the solar energy industry.

Crop energy[edit]

CropEnergies AG is a German company in the renewable energy sector, which is part of the Südzucker group. CropEnergies has a production capacity of 700,000 m³ of bioethanol for fuel applications and more than 500,000 tons of food and feed per year. The main product of ethanol replaces gasoline.

3 W Power S.A.[edit]

3 W Power S.A. is a manufacturer of electrical components based in Zwanenburg (Netherlands). provides Power Control Systems and Modules and solar solutions.

In 1998 Saft Power Systems - formerly a subsidiary of Alcatel - acquired AEG SVS Power Supply Systems. Since 2008 the group operates under the name of AEG Power Solutions. In September 2009 Germany1 Acquisition Limited, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), got the majority of AEG Power Solutions from the private equity firm Ripplewood.

Category:AEG Category:Electrical equipment manufacturers Category:Companies of the Netherlands Category:Renewable energy companies

Important[edit]

  1. REDIRECT AEG Power Solutions

Development[edit]

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New articles[edit]

==== Günther Schlesinger ==== (1886–1945), Begründer des österreichischen Naturschutzes. Born 20. December 1886 in Dürnkrut, Niederösterreich. Staatsgymnasium in Vienna (Wien) Juni 1909 Universität philo­sophischer Doktorgrad Zoologie und Paläontologie Oktober 1910 n.-ö. Landesmuseum 1. Jänner 1923 Direktor 1914 übernahm G. Schlesinger die Schriftleitung der vom Verein für Landeskunde in Niederösterreich neugegründeten Zeitschrift „Blätter für Naturkunde und Naturschutz“ [1]

Glenn Doman and Carl Delacato[edit]

The founder, Glenn Doman (a physical therapist), together with Carl Delacato (an educational psychologist), developed an approach to treating children with brain injury, published in 1960 in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).[2] Glenn Doman received his degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Pennsylvania in 1940.[3]

See also The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential, http://www.amazon.de/Diagnose-Behandlung-Sprach-Lesest%C3%B6rungen-Delacato/dp/3778603191

Began trading on Nasdaq as "EONC" on February 4, 2000. Since June 6, 2014 as INVT [1] Category:Companies based in California Joe Beyers was vice president of intellectual-property licensing at Hewlett-Packard. He joined HP in 1975 as an engineer.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.zobodat.at/biografien//Schlesinger_Guenther_Natur&Land_35_0123-0125.pdf
  2. ^ Doman RJ, Spitz EB, Zucman E, Delacato CH, Doman G (1960). "Children with severe brain injuries. Neurological organization in terms of mobility". JAMA. 174: 257–62. PMID 13817361. 
  3. ^ SQUAREONE PUBLISHERS http://www.squareonepublishers.com/gen_authors.html#Doman