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  1. Massenhaft Ablehnungen auf Photovoltaik-Steuerbefreiung: Regelt das Finanzministerium jetzt nach?

    Die Entnahme von Photovoltaikanlagen mit Speicher aus dem Unternehmensvermögen in das Privatvermögen war der neueste Clou des Finanzministeriums auch für Bestandsanlagen. Doch zahlreiche Finanzämter interpretieren das Rundschreiben des Ministeriums unterschiedlich und lehnen entsprechende Anträge ab. Wir sammeln diese Ablehnungen für eine Übersicht. Scheinbar steuert aber auch das Ministerium jetzt nach.

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  2. The 1957 Cosa Nostra “Apalachin Meeting.”

    Mob boss Albert Anastasia's murder was one part of a power struggle between crime families, and it drew national attention. But, more importantly, it would lead to a historic meeting between heads of the underworld syndicates that would change both the public’s and law enforcement’s, attitudes towards organized crime in the United States. The 1957 Apalachin meeting is history that deserves to be remembered.

    Special thanks to The Mob Museum. The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement.

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    This is original content based on research by The History Guy. Selected images via iStock. Images in the Public Domain are carefully selected and provide illustration. As very few images of the actual event are available in the Public Domain, images of similar objects and events are used for illustration.

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    All events are portrayed in historical context and for educational purposes. No images or content are primarily intended to shock and disgust. Those who do not learn from history are doomed to rep…

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  3. Expert Killer Dungeon Master shares knowledge: D&D 5e

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  4. Dr. Erich Jarvis: The Neuroscience of Speech, Language & Music | Huberman Lab Podcast #87

    My guest this episode is Dr. Erich Jarvis, PhD—Professor and the Head of the Laboratory of Neurogenetics of Language at Rockefeller University and Investigator with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI). Dr. Jarvis' research spans the molecular and genetic mechanisms of vocal communication, comparative genomics of speech and language across species and the relationship between speech, language and movement. We discuss the unique ability of humans (and certain animal species) to learn and communicate using complex language, including verbal speech production and the ability to interpret both written and spoken language. We also discuss the connections between language, singing and dance and why song may have evolved before language. Dr. Jarvis also explains some of the underlying biological and genetic components of stutter/speech disorders, non-verbal communication, why it's easiest to learn a language as a child and how individuals can learn multiple languages at any age. This episode ought to be of interest to everyone interested in the origins of human speech, language, music and culture and how newer technology, such as social media and texting, change our brains.

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  5. Dr. Rhonda Patrick: Micronutrients for Health & Longevity | Huberman Lab Podcast #70

    My guest is Rhonda Patrick, Ph.D. She earned her doctoral degree in biomedical science from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and has become one of the leading public health educators on the brain and general health, aging, cancer, and nutrition. We discuss the four major categories of micronutrients that regulate cellular and organ stress and antioxidants, inflammation, hormone regulation, immune system, and longevity. Dr. Patrick provides actionable protocols for obtaining key micronutrients from food and/or supplement-based sources. Additionally, Dr. Patrick outlines protocols for deliberate cold and deliberate heat exposure to benefit metabolism, cardiorespiratory fitness, mental health, and lifespan.

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  6. Dr. Justin Sonnenburg: How to Build, Maintain & Repair Gut Health | Huberman Lab Podcast #62

    My guest this episode is Dr. Justin Sonnenburg, Professor of Microbiology & Immunology at Stanford University. Dr. Sonnenburg’s research focuses on how microbes in our gut impact our mental and physical health and how diet and your environment shape your gut microbiome. We discuss the architecture of the gut microbiome and microbiota variability in different regions of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract and how these can change in response to diet, environment or genetics. We explore the early establishment of your microbiome and how your mode of delivery into the world (C-section or not) shapes your gut. We also discuss lifestyle factors that can alter your microbiome and the integral role the gut microbiome plays in communicating to other organs, including your brain. Dr. Sonnenburg details his recent clinical study, which found that diets rich in fermented foods (but not fiber) increase microbiota diversity and reduce signals of inflammation. Additionally, we examine how foods typical in Western Diets (e.g., high fat, low fiber, processed foods) can negatively impact the gut microbiome. Throughout the episode, we discuss actionable tools from peer-reviewed clinical findings that anyone can implement, regardless of budget, in order to optimize their gut microbiome and health.

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