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January 21, 2014
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Alte Bäume sind bessere Kohlenstoffspeicher

Bislang lernen Forstwissenschaftler: Je älter ein Baum, desto weniger CO2 kann er aufnehmen. Eine neue internationale Studie beweist nun das Gegenteil. Die größten Bäume weisen die höchste Leistungsfähigkeit in Sachen Kohlendioxidspeicherung und -aufnahme auf. Die aktuelle Studie “Rate of tree … Continue reading

August 4, 2013
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“Liebe und Romantik”, So denke ich darüber: Katja (30)

Q. Was ist Liebe? Wie würden Sie es definieren? Katja: Ja, es ist sehr schwierig zu definieren, was Liebe ist. Man kann es schlecht beschreiben, also man liebt ja doch, ich würde sagen mehrere Menschen. Also das Gefühl jemanden gern … Continue reading

July 4, 2013
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Interview mit Marcel Kieslich: ‚Was die deutsche Partei „Die Linke“ über die aktuellen Probleme in der Welt denkt‘ (‚What the Left Party in Germany thinks about Current World Problems‘)

Marcel Kieslich, Jahrgang 1983, ist ein Diplom-Wirtschaftsjurist (FH) und seit November 2011 im Stadtvorstand der Partei DIE LINKE Halle (Saale). Sein besonderes politisches Interesse gilt dem Sozialticket für die Stadt Halle, der Behinderten- und Friedenspolitik und der Demokratie und dem … Continue reading

June 24, 2013
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Interview with Sascha Gätzschmann: ‚My Baha’i Faith’

Q: You were Catholic, then you became a Baha’i. Will you please tell us what encouraged you to do it? Sascha: There is one religion of God, which is renewed in every age according to the needs of the time. … Continue reading

June 8, 2013
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‘Love and Romance’, the way I feel it: Dorothee Heckmann (28)

Q. What is love? How would you define it? Dorothee: I think there are two ways of love. Just two, between man and woman. One of it is the normal way, that means, I think I need someone to clean … Continue reading

May 28, 2013
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‘Germany means protection for my life’: Nouroudeen (34)

Q: How are you? Nouroudeen: I am fine. Q: How long have you been living here? Nouroudeen: I came to Germany two months before. Q: Where do you come from? Nouroudeen: I come from Benin.

January 13, 2013
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Recognizing Psychological Common Ground Could Ease Tensions Among Those with Different Religious Beliefs, says MU Psychologist

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Understanding how thoughts of mortality influence individuals’ beliefs sheds light on the commonalities among different groups’ motivations and could help ease tensions between opposing viewpoints, according to University of Missouri experiments that tested the relationship between awareness … Continue reading

January 17, 2011
by Volker Mintzlaff
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Highwater in Saale River

Due to heavy snow melting as the temperature turns to be ‘mild’ and simultaneous rainfall, 2011’s Winter highwater is the highest since 1946 in the Saale river in Halle (Saxony-Anhalt). The flood water reached a maximum of 6.92 m on … Continue reading