2019 09:28 report reply In 2013 Weizsäcker refused to write a review on my book „Calculation ERROR“ because he was not competent to do it.

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2019 09:28 report reply In 2013 Weizsäcker refused to write a review on my book „Calculation ERROR“ because he was not competent to do it.

Why? As he already admitted in the denied review of „Calculation ERROR“: incompetence.

Roland Mösl Sa., 06. Apr .. 2019 09:28

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In 2013 Weizsäcker refused to write a review on my book „Calculation ERROR“ because he was not competent to do it. My book was about the switch to renewable energy and how it can be promoted by restructuring the tax system.

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One day after

Lindsey Vonn

Anna Veith has also made her big comeback in Val d’Isere. The Salzburg woman won the second Super-G in France on Sunday ahead of Tina Weirather and celebrated her first World Cup victory in two and a half years or after a long injury break. Veith suffered a serious knee injury in training in October 2015 and had two operations.

For the 28-year-old Veith in Vonn’s absence it was the 15th World Cup victory and the third in the Super-G, the discipline in which she is Olympic champion. Veith celebrated her last victory before that as Anna Fenninger on March 22nd, 2015 with the giant slalom at the World Cup final in Meribel and secured her second overall World Cup victory 22 points ahead of the Slovenian Tina Maze.

The four-time overall winner Vonn had her first victory in eleven months in France the day before, also in the Super-G. However, the 34-year-old American did not start on Sunday due to knee problems.

Strong performance from Austria’s women

Around the sensational triumph of Veith, Austria’s women delivered a very strong performance on Sunday. With Veith, world champion Nicole Schmidhofer (8th), Ramona Siebenhofer (9th), Stephanie Brunner and Cornelia Hütter (both 12th) five ÖSV women made it into the top 12.

In only the sixth race since her second knee operation, Veith came across that the course of the former ÖSV coach and now supervisor of Tina Weirather, Charly Pichler, was set a little more swiveling on Sunday than the day before. In addition, the Austrian, who was already driving with start number two, found top conditions in good weather. She had to make her own trail, however, because Viktoria Rebensburg fell badly in front of her.

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„That was a lot better today than on Saturday. I hit the corners very well and, above all, caught the turning middle section very well,“ said Veith with satisfaction immediately after her run.

„It is exactly what I always dreamed of in difficult times“

When her great triumph was clear, the Austrian’s tears could no longer be held. „This is really very emotional and difficult to describe“, Veith confessed on ORF TV. „It is exactly what I have always dreamed of in difficult times and the right time to say thank you to many people,“ said the Salzburg native.https://123helpme.me/

Hütter builds up another top spot

Cornelia Hütter would have been ready for a podium on Sunday too. The Styrian had probably even thrown away the victory on Saturday due to a blunder two goals before the end, this time she built a top position with a serious mistake in the middle section. In the second intermediate time, Hütter was only four hundredths behind Veith.

Hütter stressed that she didn’t feel any anger, not even because of her mistake the day before. „I know that I’m fast. But I just can’t bring it down at the moment. Now it’s time to stay cool, train and attack again in the new year,“ the 25-year-old has decided.

“I know I’m quick. I just don’t bring it down at the moment “

Hütter also returned from a serious knee injury this winter and is now a brand colleague of Veith after changing skis (Head). Most recently, with the downhill win in Lake Louise, she had also achieved a great comeback victory.

The incident in France on Saturday almost caught the eye. „I got the goal pole fully on my thigh and knee and of course I feel it,“ admitted Hütter. „But it could have turned out much worse. It is important that the knee is still there. Black painting does not help.“

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The FPÖ-EU delegation head and general secretary Harald Vilimsky has sharply criticized the EU Commission and ÖVP delegation head Othmar Karas after initiating infringement proceedings against Austria for family allowances. The Greens accuse the turquoise-blue federal government of deliberately violating EU law with the indexing and of taking part in the election campaign.

„In response to pressure from the FPÖ, the Austrian federal government decided to relieve the burden of 1,500 euros per year per child. Now the EU Commission and ÖVP top candidate Othmar Karas want to take this money away from Austrian families,“ Vilimsky said in a broadcast on Friday. „This approach is not only an unfriendly act, it shows exactly what will happen to Austrians if the EU centralists continue to have the say in the EU.“ Karas was „a spearhead for the removal of the family bonus. The FPÖ, on the other hand, is the patron saint of Austrian families,“ said Vilimsky.

„The intentional indexing of family allowances, which clearly violates EU law, is deliberately drawn into the EU election campaign by the turquoise-blue federal government,“ said Monika Vana, Vice-President of the Green Group in the European Parliament. „The unusually quick and clear reaction of the European Commission, even during an ongoing revision, shows the clear rejection of the Austrian position. The position of the European Parliament in this matter is also clear.“

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Bode Miller’s alpine skiing career is over. The 40-year-old American said in an interview with „In Depth with Graham Bensinger“ that was widespread on social networks that he would never drive professionally again. „Zero, there is no chance. I will never race in the World Cup again. I’m done. I’ve been driving for a long time and I don’t want to do it anymore.“

It wouldn’t be a good idea to try again, at his age and with all of the things, he wouldn’t get in shape. He did not end his career earlier because after achieving his successes he wanted to advance the sport himself and make changes in the system and association. It wasn’t just about winning races himself.

In a self-reflection he also admitted to having made many mistakes. „What I said, what I did, how I behaved.“ But even if it caused problems, at the time he always assumed that it was right. „So it’s hard to call that a mistake.“

Miller also said that mentally he often stood in his own way. Now he is mentally stronger and with the appropriate preparation he can still see himself in a position to take part in giant slalom, downhill and super-G. It is different in the slalom because liveliness plays a bigger role there.

In the past two seasons, Miller had also been absent from the race slopes because he parted ways with his ski company Head after the 2015 home World Championships in Beaver Creek. On the condition that he will not compete on any other skis as Head in the World Cup up to and including 2017. Miller had got involved with Bomber. His lawsuits against Head were unsuccessful.

The last time Miller scored in the World Cup was on March 15, 2014 at the finals in Lenzerheide as a giant slalom 15. The last race was the World Championship Super G on February 5, 2015 in Beaver Creek, when he suffered cuts in a fall.

Since he no longer appeared in the US Ski Association’s alpine team for the World Cup winter that has just started, the time for the final farewell seemed to have come. The combined Olympic champion from 2010, four-time world champion, overall world cup winner from 2005 and 2008 as well as winner of 33 world cup races is now a father of four and owner of racehorses. In recent years he has also tried his hand as a TV co-commentator at ski races.

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His fans received an enthusiastic reception on Saturday for the Super G Olympic champion

Matthias Mayer

after returning home from the

Winter Olympics

prepares. Thousands had come to his home community of Afritz to see their hero up close. Mayer, who had already become Olympic champion in the downhill in Sochi four years ago, received the Great Gold Medal of Honor from the State of Carinthia from Governor Peter Kaiser.

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A marquee for around 1,500 visitors was set up in Afritz, and there were shuttle buses for fans from Radenthein and Treffen in the Umgebung Valley. Among the guests were the two downhill Olympic champions Fritz Strobl and Franz Klammer, as well as the former downhill star and current TV presenter Armin Assinger. Mayer himself was delighted about the award even before the event began: „It means a lot to me that the Afritzers go out of their way to make such a great party possible for me.“ In the past few days, he had celebrated less than caring about the bruise on his hip going back. He sustained the injury when he fell in the combined slalom.

„It means a lot to me that the Afritzers try so hard to make such a great festival possible for me.“

Before the big party there was a thanksgiving service, at which Pastor Michael Gurtner came out as a Mayer fan: „During the races I sometimes slept, but the first thing in the morning was to look at the result. During the service, he thanked me Pastor for ensuring that “everything went well.” Mayer had “slept extra well” in order to be fit for the festival and to be able to drink a beer or two with his fans. As a “VIP” he doesn’t feel like he is he told the ORF Carinthia that „I’m a skier.“ By the way, he still doesn’t know where he will keep his gold medal in the Super G.

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Anna Veith ends her season in the Alpine Ski World Cup early. Because of a chronic inflammation of the patellar tendon in her left knee, she decided to have an operation on the advice of her doctors, the Olympic champion and two-time overall World Cup winner announced on Friday. Her right knee was affected in her serious training fall in October 2015 in Sölden.

„The doctors recommended that I end the season and have another operation,“ wrote Veith on Facebook. „This time on the left knee, where I’ve been fighting my patellar tendon problems for many years and the pain has limited me again and again.“ The World Cup races in Crans Montana, South Korea and the USA will take place without them.

She wants to be able to drive again „without this massive knee pain“. The now imminent intervention, which will be carried out on Tuesday by Christian Hoser in the Hochrum private clinic, is „the only way“ to do so. „I am facing this challenge because I want to continue my career,“ the 27-year-old from Salzburg made clear.

Longer history

The pain in her left knee caused by a sensitive patellar tendon first appeared a few years ago. Veith, who was known by her maiden name Fenninger before her wedding in April 2016, had repeatedly had to undergo treatments. Before the start of the 2015/16 World Cup season, she had interrupted snow training for two weeks.

„She always fought her way through quite well,“ said Jürgen Kriechbaum, the sports director of the ÖSV women. In the end, however, the problems „haven’t really gotten better“, rather worse. Because of the constant pain, it is difficult to get the necessary training workload.

In her serious fall in October 2015 in Sölden, Austria’s athlete in 2013, 2014 and 2015 tore the anterior cruciate ligament, the inner ligament and the patellar tendon in her right knee. At that time there were considerations to operate the left knee at the same time, but these were rejected.

„She is absolutely a fighter“

„The prognosis of the doctors back then was that if you are going to rehab anyway and have to take it easy, which you had to do for a very, very long time, there is a great chance that your left knee will heal,“ said press officer Ursula Hoffmann of the APA and the ORF radio Ö3. „An operation on the knee, where a tendon is inflamed, is certainly something that you don’t necessarily want to go along with like pulling a tooth. Of course you try to use everything conservatively.“ Veith is „absolutely a fighter“ and will do everything to keep her dream alive.