Read more about the article Fury Over Historian Who Says Nazis Boosted Tourism
Image shows the municipality of Goldegg, in St. Johann im Pongau District, in the state of Salzburg, Austria, undated photo. Historian Johannes Hofinger from the Salzburg City Archives reportedly wrote a brochure in which he glorified the technical achievements of the Nazi regime in the municipality. (Newsflash)

Fury Over Historian Who Says Nazis Boosted Tourism

A historian has been accused of glorifying the Nazi regime in a new history of their brutal hold on power in Austria during World War II. Writer Johannes Hofinger apparently…

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Read more about the article Energy Crisis Crematoriums Keep Going With Solar Power
Image shows the town of Schoenebeck, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, undated photo. The town's crematorium installed solar panels to save energy. (Newsflash)

Energy Crisis Crematoriums Keep Going With Solar Power

A crematorium in Germany had told how it is beating the energy crisis by installing solar panels to help keep its ovens burning. The move comes after it was reported…

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Read more about the article Four Month Old Kitten Saves Family From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Picture shows Thor, the cat that saved its family, the Stampers, from deadly carbon monoxide gas, undated. (City of Farmington Hills, Michigan - Municipal Government/Newsflash)

Four Month Old Kitten Saves Family From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

A family of four was rescued from certain death by carbon monoxide poisoning after a newly acquired four month old kitten named Thor woke them up in the middle of…

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Read more about the article Boffins Feed Power From Idle Electric Cars Back Into National Grid
Image shows an electric vehicle by Swiss pilot project "V2X Suisse" that can be used as a power bank. (obs, Mobility, Mobility Genossenschaft/Newsflash)

Boffins Feed Power From Idle Electric Cars Back Into National Grid

Seven Swiss companies have turned 50 electric cars into power banks by feeding electricity from their batteries back into the grid when not driven to fill current energy gaps. The…

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Read more about the article Mesmerising Time-Lapse Video Shows Terrifying Storm Over Barcelona
Picture shows storm clouds over Barcelona, Spain, on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2022. A time lapse video captured the storm. (@P4Estacions/Newsflash)

Mesmerising Time-Lapse Video Shows Terrifying Storm Over Barcelona

This mesmerising footage shows how a violent rainstorm unleashed its power on Barcelona. The time-lapse video shows how an arcus cloud - or shelf cloud - rolls over the Collserola…

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Read more about the article Indian Power Co Wins Arbitration In Paris Court
LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 19: A statue of the Scales of Justice stands above the Old Bailey on January 19, 2021 in London, England. Criminal watchdogs representing England and Wales have expressed concern over the backlog of cases, caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. Figures have revealed that the backlog of unheard cases in the crown courts has reached 54,000. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Indian Power Co Wins Arbitration In Paris Court

Kalpataru Power Transmission Limited (KPTL), an Indian company listed on India’s largest National Stock Exchange, has won an arbitration award against Rwanda Energy Group (REG) in a Paris Court. The…

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Read more about the article New Tech Means Solar Power Could Be Stored For 18 Years
The researchers behind an energy system that makes it possible to capture solar energy, store it for up to eighteen years and release it when and where it is needed have now taken the system a step further. (Chalmers University of Technology, Daniel Spacek, neuroncollective.com/Newsflash)

New Tech Means Solar Power Could Be Stored For 18 Years

A radical new system to generate energy on demand from solar power no matter what the weather has been hailed a radical breakthrough by Swedish scientists. Users will be able…

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Read more about the article How Cross-Dressing Knights Of Old Showed Off Their Lances
Exhibition view at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Austria's capital Vienna. (KHM-Museumsverband/Newsflash)

How Cross-Dressing Knights Of Old Showed Off Their Lances

Armoured knights used bizarre upturned codpieces to attract woman at parties, a new exhibition of medieval clothing has revealed. And the fashion was often adopted by bold, 'gender-fluid' noblewomen to…

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Read more about the article Researchers Develop Worlds Smallest Battery Which Is Tinier Than A Grain Of Salt
A picture of the smallest battery in the world is smaller than a grain of salt produced by the research team led by TU Chemnitz. (TU Chemnitz, Leibniz IFW Dresden/Newsflash)

Researchers Develop Worlds Smallest Battery Which Is Tinier Than A Grain Of Salt

What is apparently the world's smallest battery, which is the size of a grain of salt and which can be used to power surgical implants and micro-robots, has been developed…

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