Daily Archives: April 13, 2016

Pietrele scrise din Munții Buzăului


http://m.ziarulevenimentul.ro/stiri/turism/pietrele-scrise-din-muntii-buzaului–158691.html

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Aspirina, moştenirea sumerienilor | Historia


http://www.historia.ro/exclusiv_web/general/articol/aspirina-mostenirea-sumerienilor

Daratumumab monotherapy in patients with treatment-refractory multiple myeloma (SIRIUS): an open-label, randomised, phase 2 trial. – PubMed – NCBI


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26778538

EXCLUSIV. Patrimoniul locativ, extremă urgenţă


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In perioada următoare, municipalitatea ieşeană are în plan revitalizarea zonei istorice a Iaşului prin reabilitarea mai multor clădiri emblematice pentru Iaşi, dar şi a spaţiilor locative * totodată, şefii Primăriei Iaşi vor pune la punct o strategie menită să responsabilizeze chiriaşii faţă de proprietatea publică * una dintre măsurile care vor conduce atât la conservarea imobilelor Primăriei, cât şi la soluţionarea dosarelor aflate pe listele de repartiţii, va fi limitarea în timp a acordării de facilităţi şi locuinţe sociale sau de necesitate…
http://m.ziarulevenimentul.ro/stiri/moldova/patrimoniul-locativ-extrema-urgenta-exclusiv–217298011.html

Monoclonal antibody


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monoclonal_antibody?wprov=sfla1

Glyphosate


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glyphosate#Scientific_fraud?wprov=sfla1

Monsanto’s Roundup. Enough to Make You Sick.


https://www.organicconsumers.org/news/monsantos-roundup-enough-make-you-sick

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Eating mushrooms fight cancer and renews cells | ViataVerdeViu.ro


https://viataverdeviu.ro/ciuperci-combat-cancerul-reinnoiesc-celulele

Povestea celor patru români premiaţi cu Nobel, alungaţi cât mai departe de graniţele ţării


http://m.adevarul.ro/locale/slobozia/povestea-celor-patru-romani-premiati-nobel-alungati-mai-granitele-tarii-1_5523b2b9448e03c0fd4e3758/index.html

France 24 :


Greece’s tale of two crises: ‘A warehouse of souls’
http://f24.my/1S9zVJx

France 24 : French PMbacks muslim headscarf ban at universities


French PM backs Muslim headscarf ban at universities

http://f24.my/1N8Pcv9

BBC News: Is the US presidential race ‘rigged’?


Is the US presidential race ‘rigged’? – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-us-2016-36029381

BBC News: Russia reveals cost of preserving Lenin’s body


Russia reveals cost of preserving Lenin’s body – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-news-from-elsewhere-36035076

BBC News: Germany Islam: CSU head Scheuer calls for German in mosques


Germany Islam: CSU head Scheuer calls for German in mosques – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-36034916

BBC News: Migrant crisis: EU says numbers in Libya are alarming


Migrant crisis: EU says numbers in Libya are alarming – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-36038217

BBC News: US election: Trump accuses Republican leaders of conspiracy


US election: Trump accuses Republican leaders of conspiracy – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-us-2016-36037906

Watch “Henryk Szeryng plays Kreisler and other treasures for the violin” on YouTube


Watch “Henryk Szeryng plays Kreisler and other treasures for the violin” on YouTube


Watch “Beethoven – Notturno for Viola and Piano in D-Major, Op. 42” on YouTube


What are our lives dull compared to the incredible life story of Friedrich Freiherr von der Trenck (16 February 1726 – 25 July 1794) He was a Prussian officer, adventurer, and author. Famous and notorious for his many duels and fights. Excellent horseman, fencing master, linguist; he was fluent in German, French, Latin, Hungarian, learned some Czech, Russian and local dialects. 1741 Law student at the University of Königsberg. 1742 Cadet in Frederick the Great’s garde de corps and only six weeks later was given the commission of Cornet 1744 he became an orderly officer of Frederick the Great 1745 When Frederick the Great learned that Friedrich was the sole heir of his enemy Baron Franz von der Trenck (the Austrian von der Trenck) he was arrested and imprisoned as an Austrian spy (the accusation was false) 1746 Escape from the fortress of Glatz (Kłodzko) 1749 He obtained an employment as Rittmeister of an imperial cuirassier regiment in Hungary. Later he traveled to Russia where he, or so he claimed, became gentleman of the bed chamber in the court of Tsarina Elizabeth of Russia. He fell in love with a married woman, whose name he never revealed. In 1753, he went to Danzig for the funeral of his mother, but was again captured on the orders of Frederick II and was sent to the Citadel Magdeburg (de) in Magdeburg. To prevent him from attempting to escape, they fastened his hands, feet, and body with heavy chains and manacles. In 1763, he was released through the intervention of Empress Maria Theresa. During the next ten years, von der Trenck led an active life. He busied himself in writing literature, running a wine trading business, and travelling to England and France. His autobiography Friedrichs Freyherrn von der Trenck merkwürdige Lebensgeschichte (1787, first English translation 1788 with the title Memoirs of Frederick Baron Trenck, Written by himself. Translated from the German original, by an officer of the Royal Artillery) became popular reading in the late 18th century. n December of 1765 he married Maria Elisabeth de Broe zu Dipenbendt, who bore him fourteen children. In August 1787, the Prussian King Frederick Wilhelm II granted Friedrich and his wife a yearly pension. The Austrians also granted him a pension. By the order of Austria, von der Trenck was sent as an observer of the events of the French Revolution to Paris, where he was accused as a spy and executed by the guillotine on 25 July 1794, two days before the fall of Robespierre and the end of The Terror. The son of Friedrich von der Trenck, the Austrian Lieutenant Field Marschall Karl Albrecht’s von der Trenck, inherited the title of Count, a title which the King of Prussia had awarded his father after his father’s death. When Karl died the title inherpited by his brother’s son Leopold von der Trenck.


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What are our lives dull compared to the incredible life story of Friedrich Freiherr von der Trenck (16 February 1726 – 25 July 1794) He was a Prussian officer, adventurer, and author. Famous and notorious for his many duels and fights. Excellent horseman, fencing master, linguist; he was fluent in German, French, Latin, Hungarian, learned some Czech, Russian and local dialects.
1741 Law student at the University of Königsberg.
1742 Cadet in Frederick the Great’s garde de corps and only six weeks later was given the commission of Cornet
1744  he became an orderly officer of Frederick the Great
1745 When Frederick the Great learned that Friedrich was the sole heir of his enemy Baron Franz von der Trenck (the Austrian von der Trenck) he was arrested and imprisoned as an Austrian spy (the accusation was false)
1746 Escape from the fortress of Glatz (Kłodzko)
1749 He obtained an employment as Rittmeister of an imperial cuirassier regiment in Hungary. Later he traveled to Russia where he, or so he claimed, became gentleman of the bed chamber in the court of Tsarina Elizabeth of Russia. He fell in love with a married woman, whose name he never revealed.
In 1753, he went to Danzig for the funeral of his mother, but was again captured on the orders of Frederick II and was sent to the Citadel Magdeburg (de) in Magdeburg. To prevent him from attempting to escape, they fastened his hands, feet, and body with heavy chains and manacles. In 1763, he was released through the intervention of Empress Maria Theresa.

During the next ten years, von der Trenck led an active life. He busied himself in writing literature, running a wine trading business, and travelling to England and France. His autobiography Friedrichs Freyherrn von der Trenck merkwürdige Lebensgeschichte (1787, first English translation 1788 with the title Memoirs of Frederick Baron Trenck, Written by himself. Translated from the German original, by an officer of the Royal Artillery) became popular reading in the late 18th century.

n December of 1765 he married Maria Elisabeth de Broe zu Dipenbendt, who bore him fourteen children.

In August 1787, the Prussian King Frederick Wilhelm II granted Friedrich and his wife a yearly pension. The Austrians also granted him a pension.

By the order of Austria, von der Trenck was sent as an observer of the events of the French Revolution to Paris, where he was accused as a spy and executed by the guillotine on 25 July 1794, two days before the fall of Robespierre and the end of The Terror.

The son of Friedrich von der Trenck, the Austrian Lieutenant Field Marschall Karl Albrecht’s von der Trenck, inherited the title of Count, a title which the King of Prussia had awarded his father after his father’s death. When Karl died the title was inherited by his brother’s son Leopold von der Trenck.

Watch “Beethoven Piano Sonata No. 24 in F-sharp major, Op. 78” on YouTube


Amazing lives: Frederick Freiherr von der Trenck (16 February 1726 – 25 July 1794)


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What are our lives dull compared to the incredible life story of Friedrich Freiherr von der Trenck (16 February 1726 – 25 July 1794) He was a Prussian officer, adventurer, and author. Famous and notorious for his many duels and fights. Excellent horseman, fencing master, linguist; he was fluent in German, French, Latin, Hungarian, learned some Czech, Russian and local dialects.
1741 Law student at the University of Königsberg.
1742 Cadet in Frederick the Great’s garde de corps and only six weeks later was given the commission of Cornet
1744  he became an orderly officer of Frederick the Great
1745 When Frederick the Great learned that Friedrich was the sole heir of his enemy Baron Franz von der Trenck (the Austrian von der Trenck) he was arrested and imprisoned as an Austrian spy (the accusation was false)
1746 Escape from the fortress of Glatz (Kłodzko)
1749 He obtained an employment as Rittmeister of an imperial cuirassier regiment in Hungary. Later he traveled to Russia where he, or so he claimed, became gentleman of the bed chamber in the court of Tsarina Elizabeth of Russia. He fell in love with a married woman, whose name he never revealed.
In 1753, he went to Danzig for the funeral of his mother, but was again captured on the orders of Frederick II and was sent to the Citadel Magdeburg (de) in Magdeburg. To prevent him from attempting to escape, they fastened his hands, feet, and body with heavy chains and manacles. In 1763, he was released through the intervention of Empress Maria Theresa.

During the next ten years, von der Trenck led an active life. He busied himself in writing literature, running a wine trading business, and travelling to England and France. His autobiography Friedrichs Freyherrn von der Trenck merkwürdige Lebensgeschichte (1787, first English translation 1788 with the title Memoirs of Frederick Baron Trenck, Written by himself. Translated from the German original, by an officer of the Royal Artillery) became popular reading in the late 18th century.

n December of 1765 he married Maria Elisabeth de Broe zu Dipenbendt, who bore him fourteen children.

In August 1787, the Prussian King Frederick Wilhelm II granted Friedrich and his wife a yearly pension. The Austrians also granted him a pension.

By the order of Austria, von der Trenck was sent as an observer of the events of the French Revolution to Paris, where he was accused as a spy and executed by the guillotine on 25 July 1794, two days before the fall of Robespierre and the end of The Terror.

The son of Friedrich von der Trenck, the Austrian Lieutenant Field Marschall Karl Albrecht’s von der Trenck, inherited the title of Count, a title which the King of Prussia had awarded his father after his father’s death. When Karl died the title was inherited by his brother’s son Leopold von der Trenck.

Misterul scrierii de pe o lespede din munţii Buzăului: de când datează piatra


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My birds on the wire today no.1


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My Chakra Today


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My pot with flowers today No.1


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My pot with flowers today No.2


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My birds on the wire today no.1


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My Duck today


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Șase dintre geniile lumii la matematică sunt români! | REPORTER24


http://reporter24.ro/2015/10/16/sase-dintre-geniile-lumii-la-matematica-sunt-romani/