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Europe · Walldorf

Bad Kitty: German town grounds cats to save rare birds

57% Center coverage: 49 sources
Authorities in southwest German town of Walldorf order some cat owners to keep pets indoors until the end of August. The decree is designed to help save the crested lark, which makes its nest on the ground and is easy prey for feline hunters. The head of the local animal protection association plans to take legal steps to challenge the decree.See the Story
Europe · Alabama

Mercedes-Benz unveils first electric sport utility vehicle for US

62% Center coverage: 21 sources
The 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV will be the first electric SUV from Mercedes to be sold here in the U.S. It will be available as a single-motor, rear-drive 450+ or as a dual- motor all-wheel-drive 580. The 450+ is good for 355 horsepower and 419 pound-feet of torque while the 580 produces a total 536 horsepower and 633 pounds-feet.See the Story
Karlsruhe · Karlsruhe

Karlsruhe eases the burden on long-term care insurance for large families

However, the Federal Constitutional Court does not consider any further family bonus to be appropriate for pension and health insurance.See the Story
Heidelberg, Germany · Heidelberg

Corona update: The cardiovascular polypill — really a magic bullet?

A polypill for multiple cardiovascular risks should make therapy easier and improve adherence. A podcast. 🎙️See the Story
Heidelberg, Germany · Heidelberg

In top form:” Sport after Covid is like with the handbrake on”

Some people want to train again immediately after they have had a corona infection. But be careful: “There may be a second wave in the body,” says sports cardiologist Martin Halle.See the Story
Heidelberg, Germany · Heidelberg

“Jump over the Abyss”: What to do when the Earth is sick?

Harald Lesch and Martin Herrmann stage the climate crisis as a medical emergency. A review (review of Jump over the Abyss by Harald Lesch, Martin Herrmann)See the Story
Heidelberg, Germany · Heidelberg

Urknall, Weltall und das Leben: Das Allergrößte und das Allerkleinste

Energien im Urknall.See the Story
Politics · Tübingen

Interview: Conflict researcher: “No one can want a Russian North Korea in Eastern Europe”

Tübingen conflict researcher Andreas Hasenclever warns against permanently isolating Russia's nuclear power — also in view of climate change.See the Story
Heidelberg, Germany · Heidelberg

The fabulous world of mathematics: Gödel's incomplete theorems: A shock for mathematicians

A statement can be true or false. But as Kurt Gödel has shown, there will always be cases that can neither be proven nor refuted — to the annoyance of experts.See the Story

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