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Germany records all-time hottest June temperature The last day of June has beaten all previous temperature highs for the month. Heat-related deaths have been reported in several European countries. Germany: Rare red panda cub born in Halle Zoo officials in the eastern German city of Halle Saale announced Sunday that a red panda cub was born in a protected litter box earlier this month.
The unnamed cub is being looked after by his mother Cherry.
The energy of waves - can we use it? The oceans and their waves could be a huge source of energy. Many have tinkered with the technology needed to harness this power. Up to now, it has been difficult. What new ideas could help us capture the energy of waves? Climate research on the high, warming seas On a voyage from Antarctica to the German port of Bremerhaven, a team of scientists and students are hoping to gain a better understanding of rising temperatures in the depths of the open ocean.
Painkillers - The expert's view Michael Schenk treats patients suffering from pain. He discusses the most effective treatment options. Climate change compounds hunger, conflicts, German aid group says Climate change added to warfare is worsening hunger worldwide, according to one of Germany's largest aid groups. Welthungerhilfe has said many poor have "no more reserves or resilience left" when hit by extreme weather. Intense heat wave hits northern Europe Record temperatures have begun in northern Europe this week, with authorities in Germany and France on alert.
Experts have said heat waves are on the increase worldwide, further evidence of climate change. German scientists say spinach chemical should be banned from sports Popeye guzzled spinach to get his superhuman strength. But the plant's power-boosting properties aren't just fiction. German scientists say spinach has a steroid-like chemical that should be added to the doping list.
Germany's Bundesliga to impose mandatory brain scans for footballers Medical experts have demanded annual brain screenings for all footballers playing for first and second division clubs in Germany. They also recommend checking youth players, according to Bild newspaper. German court halts space experiment on hamsters A German university's space travel experiment has been put on ice for now, as it would have cost the lives of dozens of hamsters. The court said there were still unanswered questions about the ethics of the animal tests.
Sweet dreams are made of this: 5 facts about sleeping Some people claim they only need four to five hours of sleep a night.
After that, these super-humans say, they wake up nice and refreshed, ready for the challenges of a new day! From a health standpoint, that's bogus.
Präsentation Prof. Dr. Uwe Schneidewind, Wuppertal Institut für Klima…
Farhad Djabbari has been practicing yoga for a long time and has introduced many students to the benefits of the ancient practice. In Good Shape host Carsten Lekutat got the instructor to show him some poses. Noise pollution in cities Urban centers are usually loud. But when do the sounds of the city become noise? And why is that a problem? DW reporter Anna Sacco went in search of answers and a bit of peace and quiet in the urban jungle.
Blood donation: Everything you've ever needed to know Can cigarette smokers donate blood? Am I going to pass out?
Can I drink booze afterwards? Should I eat beforehand? Am I old enough? Here's everything you ever wanted to know about blood donation on World Blood Donor Day. The speed at which a transition can take place—its timing, or temporal dynamics—is a critical element of consideration. This study therefore investigates the issue of time in global and national energy transitions by asking: What does the mainstream academic literature suggest about the time scale of energy transitions? Additionally, what does some of the more recent empirical data related to transitions say, or challenge, about conventional views?
However, the article then offers some empirical evidence that the predominant view of timing may not always be supported by the evidence. With this in mind, the final part of the article argues for more transparent conceptions and definitions of energy transitions, and it asks for analysis that recognizes the causal complexity underlying them.