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  • The wild plant collectors of London: foraging in times of lockdown

    During daily lockdown walks, urban food collectors in London discover their connection to nature through their taste buds. “The best way to pick a nettle with your bare hands? Do it quickly!” Explains Izzy “Fizzy” Johnson. From the sunny hedge on the edge of a path in Tottenham in north London, the 24-year-old grabs the young […] More

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    Has there been a drug against the new corona virus for a long time?

    In parallel to vaccine development, doctors around the world are testing whether existing drugs can also help against SARS-CoV-2. This saves valuable time and can save lives. Perhaps there is no need to find a new drug against the new SARS CoV-2 coronavirus. Existing active substances may also help against the COVID-19 pathogen. The advantage of the […] More

  • What You Need to Know About Push Button Start Cars

    What You Need to Know About Push Button Start Cars

    In the early 2000s, luxury car makers began producing automobiles that were missing something – a key. Like many features that first appeared in luxury autos, the dash-mounted push-button start has now filtered down to more affordable models, and its popularity continues to rise. According to figures released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration […] More

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    Silicon scandal: what’s in the breast implant?

    Autologous fat, hyaluronic acid, soybean oil: There are a number of options for breast surgery – but these do not always prove to be particularly practical. Silicone is still the most popular to this day, but not without risk. Silicone is a natural material. It is based on silicon, which is the second most common element on […] More

  • How to choose a performance driving school

    How to choose a performance driving school

    Whether you want to improve your driving skills or are looking for a place to safely enjoy your love of racing speeds, performance driving schools are a way to help you become a safer driver, hone your driving abilities and have fun. There are many different driving and racing schools available. It’s important to know the differences […] More

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    Total cost of car ownership

    The automotive market, online and off, is saturated with new and used cars that you can review with just a few clicks. Often overlooked during car research, the total cost of ownership is essentially a calculation of all the costs involved in buying and using a car over a period of time.1 This total cost […] More

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    These are the plants of 2020

    Every year, environmental and nature conservation associations select plants, mushrooms and the like as representatives of, particularly endangered habitats. Here is the selection for this year. Girlfriend of the bees and nitrogen source The gardener Jean Robin brought the black locust from America to Europe over 300 years ago. Bees love the legumes’ flowers. The leguminous accumulates nitrogen […] More

  • Witness healthy soil

    These are the wild animals of 2020

    Every year, environmental and nature conservation associations nominate the animals of the year that they believe deserve more attention. Here are this year’s representatives and their history. Witness healthy soil The mole is unpopular with gardeners but is under strict conservation. We should be happy when we find its hills. Because they are proof that the soil is […] More

  • Listeria: rare but dangerous

    Germs in food: five of the most common causes

    Again and again there are diseases from contaminated food. What are the causes and how can you protect yourself? Aflatoxine – the poison of the mushrooms Aflatoxins are natural poisons that are formed by various types of watering can mold (Aspergillus). The molds thrive especially in the tropics and subtropics. Nuts, seeds, grains and corn are particularly often […] More

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    Valentine’s Day: facts about love proven by science

    What do a crush and a madman have in common? The answer: they share the same brain state. This is not a bad joke for Valentine’s Day, but a fact around which there is a scientific consensus. To be in love The heart accelerates, the hand’s sweat and a tickle extend through the stomach: we are in […] More

  • Generation 6 of the Opel Corsa

    Best-selling Corsa Opel

    Generation 6 of the Opel Corsa. The compact is now available with a gasoline or diesel engine, and soon to boast an electric model. Since its debut in 1982, almost 14 million Corsas have been sold. With the all-new, sixth-generation Corsa, Opel is offering for the first time a battery-electric version of the bestseller with a range […] More

  • Floating cogeneration plants

    What connects us to whales

    Whales and dolphins are not fish, but marine mammals. They breastfeed their boys, take care of their grandchildren and go to karaoke parties. Reason enough to take a closer look at the gray giants. From land to sea Whales are ungulates. They are not related to the fish, but the hippos. The ancestors of the whales were land-based mammals. This […] More