🎃 🖼️ Free Pics for Halloween…

Who wants free pics for Halloween?

Well we have them!

It’s October 31st (a.k.a. Halloween) in the United States, and everybody that follows tradition is taking part.

So to show us doing our part in celebrating the holiday, we decided to give you plenty of pictures that you can use however you choose.

You can find them below.


Free Pics for Halloween

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🎃☘ Peanuts Strip (31st of October ’22 edition)

Welcome to the “peanuts strip (31st of October ‘22 edition” presented by yours truly.

If you ever read comics, then chances are you probably heard of them before.

Keep scrolling and you’ll get to the comic (with a special treat at the end).

Peanuts Strip

Presenting the comic strip that inspired Charlie Brown and the Great Pumpkin. Enjoy a brief encounter between Lioness and Peppermint Patty.

The Comic Strip

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Goodbye August

August is over and summer is probably over …
One of the hottest summers I remember …
August is often a ferocious month, it dominates the summer at its peak and sets in the blink of an eye after mid-August …
When I was a boy, August was always the last month of vacation, the saddest .. while when I was in university August it was already time to get back to studying …

Goodbye January

January is about to end: the first month of the year 2022 is going away.

Compared to the past few months, we still do not see the light for many things: there is no vaccine that lasts at least 8-10 months …
Furthermore, the winds of war are strongly felt. Russia is invading Ukraine’s eastern borders. America quickly responded by sending troops to Europe. For the time being it is not a planetary level conflict but it can certainly harm international diplomacy for future events …

February is about to come, a month which for the first half is identical to January and which for the second half is the same as March.

To Recharge electrified ships directly at sea with offshore charging buoy

Reducing pollution from the sea does not only mean building fully electric ships, but also and above all trying to reduce emissions from boats that are currently impossible in fully electric boats. An important share of these emissions comes from journeys in port or from ships that are waiting offshore, often for days.

Maersk Supply Service, part of the Danish naval giant Maersk, is launching Stillstrom, a new subsidiary dedicated to the development of offshore electric charging buoys. The buoy would be directly connected to wind farms, or even to the mainland, to allow ships to dock and recharge batteries on board. The energy stored would be used for all operations on board, allowing the endothermic engines to be turned off and, in the case of hybrid ships, also providing propulsion for maneuvers near the mainland.


The Danish wind giant Ørsted will collaborate on the project, presenting a buoy by the third quarter of 2022, with which it will feed its SOV (Service Operations Vessels). Ørsted itself will take care of the integration of the charging point into the network, and will make public the intellectual properties generated during the design.

Program manager at Maersk Supply Service, Sebastian Klasterer Toft, made the study’s objectives clear: “The mission is to remove 5.5 million tonnes of CO2 within five years of commercial launch, further eliminating particulates, nitrogen oxides and sulfur oxides “.

31th October (2021): Reformation Day

Reformation Day is a Protestant Christian religious holiday celebrated on 31 October, alongside All Hallows’ Eve (Halloween) during the triduum of Allhallowtide, in remembrance of the onset of the Reformation. According to Philip Melanchthon, 31 October 1517 was the day German monk Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-five Theses on the door of the All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg, Electorate of Saxony in the Holy Roman Empire. Historians and other experts on the subject argue that Luther may have chosen All Hallows’ Eve on purpose to get the attention of common people, although that has never been proven. Available data suggest that 31 October was the day when Luther sent his work to Albert of Brandenburg, the Archbishop of Mainz. This has been verified; nowadays, it is regarded as the start of the Reformation alongside the unconfirmed (Melanchthon appears to be the only source for that) nailing of the Ninety-five Theses/grievances to All Saints’ Church’s door on the same date. The holiday is a significant one for both Lutheran and Calvinist Churches, although other Protestant communities also tend to commemorate the day. The Roman Catholic Church recognized it only recently, and often sends its official representatives in ecumenical spirit to various commemoration events held by Protestants. It is lawfully and officially recognized in some states of Germany and sovereign countries of Slovenia and Chile. In addition, countries like Switzerland and Austria provide specifics in laws pertaining to Protestant churches, while not officially proclaiming it a nationwide holiday.