In the second episode of the series "Spuren im Stein" everything revolves around the peculiarities of the Upper Rhine Graben. Here Sven Plöger encounters hummingbirds, prospectors and many other surprises, which, on closer inspection, naturally belong to the Upper Rhine.
The Saarland has a turbulent history, not only from a political but also from a geological point of view. Thus, in the deeper layers of the earth, it can be traced back over several hundred million years, as e.g. the coveted raw materials of the Saarland have arisen.
The Eifel, which looks so idyllic today, does not necessarily suggest at first glance that the most powerful volcanic eruption in Central Europe over the last million years took place here, just under 13,000 years ago. But the natural disaster at this time also had positive side effects that the Romans already knew how to use.
The Swabian Alb has much more to offer than their already beautiful landscapes. So researchers discovered fossils of marine animals from the Jurassic era, when the Alb was still covered by a sea, or flute fragments of what is believed to be the oldest musical instruments of humanity.
Mit ihrem diesjährigen Motto "All You Need Is Art" verweist die Hamburger Kunstmesse nicht nur im Slogan auf einen Bealtes-Song. Auch der Werbe-Spot, der die Messe, die Kunst in einer Preispanne von 100 € bis 7.500 € anbietet, in den Kinos und im Internet bewirbt, referenziert die Fab Four aus Liverpool.
An anniversary is also a welcome occasion to look back and reflect what has already been achieved. At the official ceremony celebrating BASF's 150th anniversary, this will be done using an animated film, projected on a multi-cubic surface during the event.
In the fourth season of "Knowledge before Eight - Workshop" Vince Ebert explains scientific phenomena and small and large questions of everyday life.This for the science cabaretist in the episodes 157-179 again slips in in various roles and frightens even bizarre experimental setups and reckless maneuvering in order to convey the necessary knowledge in the service of science.