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Die aktuelle Verspätung meines Zuges wird gerade zyklisch hochgezählt.
Ich bin beruhigt: alles im Normalmodus.
Всё в порядке.

O.K., jetzt laufen wir in ein Verspätungsintervall, in dem aus der Erfahrung einer hinreichend großen Stichprobenmenge die Wahrscheinlichkeit eines Totalausfalls überproportional steigt.
Jetzt ist wieder Spannung im #BahnSpiel !

#BahnFan #Bahn
Noch wird hochgezählt.

#BahnSpiel #BahnFan #Bahn
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Ora vi rompo un pochino con una filippica sulle zone del #vino più belle d'Italia.
Il mondo del vino è fatto da paesaggi mozzafiato, specie qui da noi.
1-Iniziamo dal nord
La Valle d'Aosta
Qui si è cercato di rubare lo spazio per le vigne alla montagna con dei terrazzamenti.
2-Proseguiamo in Piemonte, e nello specifico la zona delle #Langhe, dolci colline dove nascono vini incredibili
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For International #WorldHeritageDay, a thread about the threat of climate change to these incredible places. Starting off at the Heart of Neolithic #Orkney World Heritage site in #Scotland at one of the world's oldest stone circles, #StonesOfStenness.
Skara Brae at the edge of Skaill Bay on Mainland, Orkney is, one of the best preserved Stone Age villages in Europe but is increasingly under threat from coastal erosion and worsening storms, & the Ring of Brodgar is vulnerable to extreme rainfall.
You can read the Climate Vulnerability Index (CVI) assessment recently carried out for the #Orkney sites by @UCSUSA, @jcu, @UHIArchaeology, @HistEnvScot, @ICOMOS & @OrkneyCouncil, & @ICOMOS here:… #CVIheritage
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Around 3000 BCE in eastern #Europe, a Proto-Balto-Slavic #language started to diverge from #ProtoIndoEuropean.

The #Slavic branch of the #IndoEuropean #languages began about 2,000 years later when Proto-Slavic deviated from Proto-Balto-Slavic.

[Image:…] Source: The Indo-European L...
As the #Slavic-speaking area expanded during the first millennium CE (striped area on map), Proto-Slavic transitioned to Common Slavic. The #language underwent minor changes that occurred mostly uniformly across eastern #Europe, thereby maintaining mutual intelligibility. A map of eastern Europe sho...
Around the year 1000 CE #CommonSlavic began to split into the South, West, and East branches to which all modern #Slavic #languages belong.

Roughly 315m people speak a Slavic #language, mostly in Eastern #Europe (including the #Balkan peninsula), #CentralAsia, and #Siberia. A map of Europe highlightin...
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