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Wednesday, October 5th 2016, 12:55pm

Poland say - Hello everyone !

Greetings Good Souls !

Its good to be here !

My name is Norbert, im 29 years old, native language is of course polish, but i also know english very well.Im healthy, strong and ready to work :)

I belive that The Project Venus is the best thing for out planet, idea is brilliant, but it will cost a lot of work, not only physic, but also mental. Im ready to help in that work, in every way i can. I want to be a part of this Project, because i belive in people, and i know that we can change our planet in a place where we all can live in happynes.

You are doing great work people. Take care all of you ! :)

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Friday, October 7th 2016, 5:01am

Welcome, Norbert!

In order to translate material from English to Polish, introduce yourself in this thread (…oduce-yourself/). That is the Introduce Yourself thread in the Polish Team Board. If there is no response over there, get back in this thread and tell us.

If you have other skills you want to put to good use, then you'd have to share some of them so we can connect you with the appropriate people. If you're, for example, into computer programming and software development, we have projects employing those skills.

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