[Artist Mikael] Genberg has arranged a competition for students and companies to design a house that could be contained in a small, light package, that would open up once landed on the Moon's surface.Link (via Fortean Times). Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt released a statement, reprinted here in the original Swedish:
"The house itself is supposed to be very small... the package will build itself up to a house," Mr Genberg told the BBC's Europe Today programme.
"It's going to be an unmanned landing - we hope it's going to land in 2011."
I beleeefe-a thet thees neshun shuoold cummeet itselff tu echeeefing zee guel, beffure-a thees decede-a is oooot, ooff lundeeng a red cuttege-a oon zee muun und retoorneeng it seffely tu zee iert. Ve-a prupuse-a tu eccelerete-a zee defelupment ooff zee epprupreeete-a looner spece-a huoose-a. Bork Bork Bork!Indexed by tags art, politics, science, astronomy, Sweden, moon, house, cottage, Mikael Genberg, Fredrik Reinfeldt, Swedish Chef.