Project for a small painting business in Drammen.
Graphic design, Web, Logo, Flyers and content management
Project for a mid-sized Cargo Transportation company located in Bratislava
Webdesign, Graphics (Logo, banners, etc) Content management and SEO
I should put some words together as a project came up about research of whether it’s effective to drive in Oslo with Tesla S for Uber service .
This is still only an idea I had some time ago,
and it requires someone with Tesla S 85P
(or similar/ higher model with higher on- charge range possibilities ) who is not using it as much and is willing to coop on this matter.
The difficult task is to find a serious partner who is willing to try this concept of 50/50 – time / cost / profit sharing.
Within one month of testing it in real life, 8 – 10 hours being online, with driving shifts during normal business hours from Monday to Friday, where the partner – owner of the car is @work so he is not using it, I will be able to estimate the effects and economics of using this technology with possible benefits for the City, Environment, owner and driver of the car.
Salmon is one of the healthiest fish available today and is for good reason. It is rich in various nutrients that are hard to find in most foods. On the other end, there have been many reports as to the dangers of consuming salmon due to its high levels of mercury and PCBs. Much of the confusion comes with the differences between wild and farm-raised salmon. As you will see, wild salmon are superior nutritionally and environmentally.
If you were to hold a wild salmon next to a farmed-raised one, it would be extremely difficult to find any differences among the two. Just because the two may look exactly the same, there are huge differences between both between the two. You would have no clue just by looking at them.
Salmon is low in saturated fats and calories, contains high levels of protein and healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids are consider essential because our body cannot naturally produce them, but can be founds in foods like salmon. It also an extremely good source in other nutrients including selenium, niacin and vitamin B12 along with being a good source in many other vitamins and minerals. Wild salmon is far more nutritious in terms of fat and protein content. Wild fish contain 20% more protein, 20% less fat and are in general much smaller. Even being fattier, farmed raised contain much less usable omega-3 fatty acids and and contain higher levels of omega-6 fatty acids. The lower the ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids. Wild fish in general contain a much more favorable ratio of omega-3′s to omega-6. The ratio for salmon is 15:1 for wild as compared to 3:1 for farmed raised.
Polychlorinated biphenyls or PCBs are a class of organic compounds that are highly toxic. Even back in the 1930′s they discovered just how dangerous it was and several papers were published on it. I can’t believe it took our country all the way until the 1970′s to ban it. PCBs were used as coolants and insulating fluids for transformers and capacitors, plasticizers in paints and cements and a stabilizing additives in flexible PVC coatings. Consuming PCBs has even been linked with causing cancer. Even though they have been outlawed, they are still present in our environment, especially in our waters. Salmon are carnivorous and eat many small fish that contain high levels of PCBs. The levels of PCBs in farmed-raised were 8 times higher than found in wild caught salmon. That is huge considering how dangerous it is to our health.
Salmon are generally colored either in either orange, red and occasionally white. They are actually naturally white and only get their coloration from the food they eat that includes krill and small shellfish. Because white salmon would not be as popular, farmed salmon are actually given chemicals to turn their flesh these colors. On top of not being healthy for the fish and humans, it also makes it harder to shop for them.
All salmon contain slight amounts of parasites and some even contain disease, but not at the same levels compared to farmed-raised. Seeing that they are held in giants nets in the ocean, it’s no surprise that aquaculture of salmon contain more disease. They are also given tons of antibiotics to fight off the diseases that they could be carrying in these closed spaces. It’s scary to think that we have no idea what kind of antibiotics or pesticides are in these farmed fish.
I previously discussed the aquaculture farming of fish and it’s various environmental impacts. With so many fish packed together in a net in the ocean, there are bound to be negative impacts to the environment. Excess waste from these fish reduce the amount of oxygen in the water and hurt the nearby ecosystem. Also, whenever farmed fish escape from their nets, they can spread disease and lice that are normally not seen in wild fish. This can really hurt the wild populations by making it harder for young salmon to survive to adulthood.
If you were to try both farmed and wild salmon, you would notice the difference immediately. I have had both and I can say that there is no comparison. If you are currently eating farmed salmon or are not sure what type you buy, try wild and you will not be disappointed.
Below is a summary of the differences between both types of salmon:
|Nutrition||Higher Ratio of Omega-3 to Omega-6 Fatty Acides||Lower levels of protein and much fattier|
|PCBs||Low levels||8 times as many PCBs|
|Coloration||Naturally orange or red because of diet||Given pigments to turn color of salmon from natural white|
|Disease||Contain low amounts of lice, disease and contaminations||High levels of disease, lice pesticides and given large amounts of antibiotics|
|Environmental||Populations killed off by escaped farmed fish||Excess waste and disease harm natural eco-system|
|Price||Slightly higher price||Cheaper because already in nets|
There are several varieties of salmon whether it be from the Atlantic or Pacific. I could list all them here, but this articles does a great job in describing all of themain types of Salmon that we eat.
Wild Salmon fishing on the Drammen River
Salmon fishing on the Drammen River is first mentioned in a historical context back in the 12th century. The excellent fishing has since been described in a number of documents over the last 700-800 years. The Drammen River is best known for commercial fishing, with big catches being landed using nets in the river and fixed traps at the Hellefossen falls. The Drammen River is now one of the best salmon rivers in Norway and the fishing is controlled jointly by landowners and the angling club.
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p.s. possible term is somewhere around 29 Aug / 5 Sept for 10 days + 2 days traveling by MiniVan
Well I do like to take photos time to time so most of the pics on this site r mine stuff thou there r some not mine but I gave credit to the original autor inside the pics
Here is an old album from Camino and if I find time I will put here also link for more stuff from Norway and other places.