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“General” goldsberry remains a bamberg resident

He runs a tight ship on the pitch, diving for every ball that comes his way and always keeping an eye on things even in tricky situations. The qualities of john goldsberry have long been appreciated by bamberg’s success coach chris fleming – and that’s why he has decided to give his "general" a new lease of life to offer a contract extension. Since wednesday, it has been clear that the relentless fighter, who has always managed to return to the court with an iron will after two serious knee injuries, will wear the brose baskets jersey for another year.

Due to his injuries, fleming is no longer planning on using goldsberry as a starter at the playmaker position, but is still looking for a playmaker. 30-year-old goldsberry to take on role of seventh foreigner. In the bundesliga, only six players without a german passport are eligible to play due to the 6+6 rule, while in the euroleague there is no foreigner restriction.

"John’s toughness, leadership and know-how will help us a lot, especially in this upcoming season when we will have some newcomers, especially young players, in bamberg", fleming relies on the experience of his "general, with whom he already celebrated the cup victory with the artland dragons.

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Physicist considers energy transition too ambitious

Physicist considers energy transition too ambitious

From visions of the future. "I try to bring the reality to you. What the future will look like, you can figure out for yourself. " The professor of physics at the university of konstanz was a guest in bamberg yesterday. In the pack "verifiable figures without a vision of the future", as the scientist noted right at the beginning.
One of these figures: primary energy consumption worldwide. The curve shown by gantefor goes steeply upward. A second curve also rises almost identically with primary energy consumption.

It is the emission of carbon dioxide. According to gantefor, a third curve, which is not growing steeply but continuously, is responsible for the rise in the other two curves: the number of the world's inhabitants. Every twelve years it increases by a billion. More population inevitably means more energy consumption and more CO2 emissions. Carbon dioxide levels have only fallen once in recent years – in 2008. According to gantefor, this is not a consequence of energy-saving measures, but rather the effect of the financial and economic crisis.

Financial crisis and climate protection

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Bad staffelstein: every single sausage is at stake when it comes to bonpflicht

Bad staffelstein: every single sausage is at stake when it comes to bonpflicht

A mixed kornerbrot goes over the counter of the bakery tischer. "That makes 1.35 euros. Do you need the receipt?", asks bakery saleswoman sabine wolfram. A decisive no is the answer of the customer.

Since 1. January 2020, businesses will be required by law to print a receipt for every item sold, regardless of the amount. The so-called cash law is intended to make possible tax fraud more difficult.

The opinions of retailers and customers in staffelstein’s city center about this new regulation are clear. "Most customers say "no" in an annoyed way", sabine wolfram has experienced so far when she has added a receipt to the backertute. The fact that the data is printed on coated paper instead of re cycleable paper is to be evaluated negatively.

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Hamilton shirt: world governing body considers possible rule suspension

Hamilton shirt: world governing body considers possible rule suspension

A spokesman for fia confirmed to the BBC that the incident was being "actively investigated". The british rider wore a t-shirt reading "arrest the cops who killed breonna taylor" before and after his victory in the tuscany grand prix on sunday. The back cover featured a photo of the black woman who was shot by police in the u.S.

Fia is investigating whether the mercedes driver with the shirt violated the association’s statutes. The world federation sees itself as a non-political organization and has a detailed set of rules for behavior on the race tracks. Most recently, however, riders and teams had been allowed to make signs before each race in the wake of worldwide anti-racism protests and the "black lives matter" movement. In addition, formula 1 has launched a program for more diversity in motorsport with the support of hamilton.

Hamilton is the only black formula one driver and has been outspoken against racism and police violence of late. "It took a long time to get this shirt," hamilton said at mugello. "We can’t rest on our laurels, we have to draw attention to it."The 35-year-old also praised japanese tennis player naomi osaka, who last wore a mouth guard bearing the name breonna taylor. "Naomi is a great inspiration, and we need to keep up the pressure on these issues," said hamilton.