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Ingrid Gregor | DESY | Germany

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Rusted from the Rain

…this is not only the title of a really cool song from the latest Billy Talent album, but also how I sometimes feel here in Hamburg. The trick about the rain in Hamburg is not the amount of water falling from the skies, but the time needed to distribute the water over this nice city. “They” found a good way to make the raindrops really small so that Hamburg is not leading the top ten of rainiest cities in Germany. But if you would make a statistics of the days when there is rain, Hamburg would definitely be the winner. There seems to be a Murphy’s Law involved in the whole business. The weather is only nice when 1. I am not in Hamburg (happens quite often), or 2. I have a lot to work (can also happen).  And it is definitely NOT nice when 1. I have time, 2. I am in Hamburg or 3. When I am planning to have a BBQ .…

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