European Hyperloop Network : Amsterdam – Frankfurt in 50 minutes with 7 stops in between?

Finally Hyperloop arrives in continental Europe. As a vision at least. The Netherlands-based technology company Hard Hyperloop proposes a hyperloop ...
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Research: World War II ‘Hongerwinter’ is engraved into Dutch genes

The people who were in utero during the ‘Hongerwinter‘ are likely to suffer consequences during all their lives, says a ...
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The Dutch have penetrated Russia’s Cyber Espionage Unit and turned it into a ‘Big Brother’ house

  Prominent Dutch newspaper ‘de Volkskrant’ reveals in an article (in Dutch) that the Dutch Intelligence Service AIVD has managed ...
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Genocide in your leadership & you can still keep your Sakharov Prize & Nobel Peace Prize

  Myanmar’s Rohingya population is suffering a genocide. Even the high commissioner for human rights of an ever-diplomatic organization like ...
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Air Pollution responsible for about 467 000 premature deaths in Europe

  In a stark warning  to EU officials, a new report by European Environment Agency (EEA) says, air pollution has ...
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Germany wants EU to remove recycling targets, fueling speculations about its motives….

European Commission’s Circular Economy Package (CEP) sets the municipal waste recycling targets at 60% by 2025 and 65% by 2030 ...
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Europe by Night: Views from the Space

Europe by Night – photo taken . Author unknown (NASA). NASA, USA’s space agency, regularly releases the pictures taken by ...
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For now, it is their numbers exploding! – Nuclear Reactors Per Country

While the news about green and renewable energy take up the front pages on World’s media, some other way of ...
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Coffee capsules: What is the problem?

The city of Hamburg in north Germany has banned the use of council money on the coffee capsules (they did ...
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Film Club: Spotlight

Spotlight is the true story of how a Boston (USA) newspaper has investigated the widespread sexual abuse of children by ...
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Renewable Energy Percentages in European Countries

Renewable energy is generally defined as energy that is collected from resources which are naturally replenished on a human timescale, ...
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Why does this toilet paper cost so much in Europe?

A person in The Netherlands gets 48.000 (forty eight thousand) euro from the Dutch government to distribute free toilet paper ...
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A ball game for the 21st Century: Korfbal (or ‘Korfball’ if you are unsophisticated)

Korfbal (or “Korfball“ in its Anglicized form) is a ball sport which is gaining popularity in recent years. Probably because ...
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“Guard from above”: Dutch police trains eagles to catch the drones

The use of drones increases exponentially. So does the the concerns regarding security, safety  and privacy. In the Netherlands, there ...
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Clash of Europe and USA on a European art: Opera

  Opera is a European art form. There is no way around it. It has been invented in Europe and ...
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