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Massive increase in electricity prices – what to do?

Voices are being raised calling for state support measures, which, however, still harbor considerable risks. Price signals are fundamental to the functioning of a free market and (apart from the basic service) must be perceived. The experiences of the oil crisis of the last century have also shown that interventions can have long-term negative effects. …

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Rising fossil fuel prices allow Glencore to generate massive profits

Glencore, the Swiss commodities trading giant, will pay its shareholders an additional $4.5 billion after its profits skyrocketed in the first half of the year amid rising oil, gas and coal prices. In the first half of the year, net income attributable to shareholders increased ninefold, jumping to nearly $12.1 billion, it said in a …

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Massive recall in France: Do not take this drug recalled for poor labeling, it’s Losartan

The ANSM or National Medicines Safety Agency is sounding the alarm. Lot LC67239 of Losartan/Hydrochlorothiazide BGR 100mg/25mg film-coated tablets should not be ingested. The reason ? A misprint. This is because the boxes of Losartan/Hydrochlorothiazide BGR 100mg/25mg from the recalled batch were labeled with the name of a different medicine. Therefore, the agency wanted to …

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Stars in distant galaxies are more massive than those in the Milky Way

The brilliant physicist in the early 1930s Paul Dirakone of the founders of quantum mechanicswhich enabled him to theoretically discover the existence of antimatter, had advised the very young Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar to continue his education through a stay in Denmark at the Niels Bohr Institute. It was founded in 1921 for the physicist The Dane …

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Stars are more massive than previously thought – news from astronomy and astrophysics

A team of astrophysicists from the University of Copenhagen has made an important finding regarding the populations of stars beyond the Milky Way. The result could change our understanding of a wide range of astronomical phenomena, including how black holes form, supernovae and why galaxies die. For as long as humans have been studying the …

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