Wednesday, October 27

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Klæbo will sacrifice Christmas in Norway for altitude training

Klæbo will sacrifice Christmas in Norway for altitude training

LIVIGNO (VG) Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (25) has little height training in his body from before, but now he often sacrifices family time and Norwegian Christmas to be as high up as possible before the Olympics. ON THE SNOW: Johannes Høsflot Klæbo is in the process of skiing training on the snow in Livigno. Photo: Torstein BøeAftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.- I have been very clear on what I think is correct based on the information I have. I think I learn a lot from being at the top now and before the Olympics, Klæbo tells VG in Livigno, Italy.Trøndelag doesn't have many height training days on the body before this season. The corona pandemic seized the opportunity last year, but this wint...
In short, Wednesday, October 27

In short, Wednesday, October 27

We compile the short articles from the newspaper in the column «In summary». Here's today's post. Photography: Ketil Blom Haugstulen / Ellen EriksenMortensrud. Pronunciation of Munch? Reading pleasure for young people. This is today's postcard! DebateThis is a discussion post. Opinions in the text are the responsibility of the writer.Various sides of MortensrudIn a debate post on Aftenposten, Melita Ringvold claims that there is a focus on youth in Mortensrud from all sides. Later it turns out that youth is actually the last. Unfortunately, it is the last statement that is true.During the pandemic, the police patrolled Mortensrud and sent the youths home from the courtyards, as part of early action. Young people from the rest of the country received recommendations to meet ou...
– It will probably also be a problem in the future

– It will probably also be a problem in the future

LIVIGNO (VG) Therese Johaug (33) believes that cross-country skiing is on the right track with regard to eating disorder problems, but fears the cases will be difficult to get rid of. OPENING PRAISE: Therese Johaug on training in the mountains of Italy. He's happy about the candor about eating disorders lately. Photo: Torstein BøeAftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.- We have read that food problems were a problem in the 80s and 90s, and they are today. It will probably be a problem in the future too, but here we are today, I feel like great strides have been made. He has been captured and is being talked about, Therese Johaug tells VG at a height meeting in Livigno.The best skier in the ...
Coercion hardly leads to fewer murders

Coercion hardly leads to fewer murders

A fixed hospital bed with belts should prevent the patient from hurting himself and others. Photo: Stein BjørgeWe cannot lock in all patients who have a diagnosis of psychosis to prevent the five to ten murders that patients with psychosis commit annually.ChronicleThis is a chronicle. Opinions in the text are the responsibility of the writer.It seems to have become a collective notion that if someone has a mental illness and harms himself or others, the mental health service should have prevented it. Society expects this part of the health service to deal with treatment, care functions, and social control. It is the latter function that makes people more ambivalent about mental health care.As part of social control, mental health care also has an impossible task: predicting when pe...
Graham Hansen’s dream goal.  Norway connected control at the World Cup venue.

Graham Hansen’s dream goal. Norway connected control at the World Cup venue.

STADION ULLEVAAL (Aftenposten): Norway completely dominated against the main World Cup challenger.The celebration said it all - the beautiful 2-0 score was extremely delightful for Caroline Graham Hansen. Photo: Vegard Wivestad Grøtt, BildbyrånNORWAY-BELGIUM 4–0Norway can no longer expect easy victories against countries like Poland and Belgium. This has been the emphatic message of Caroline Graham Hansen at this meeting of national teams.But Tuesday night seemed easy. Norway crushed Belgium 3-0 at Ullevaal Stadium.And it never seemed easier than when Graham Hansen dribbled past the Belgium half and threw the ball into the net, to the shouts of the more than 5,000 people present.Sandviken players Guro Bergsvand and Elisabeth Terland, as well as Ingrid Syrstad Engen, scored Norway's...
Several claim to have been drugged with syringes.

Several claim to have been drugged with syringes.

- Very disgusting, says the Norwegian student. Now British students are demanding change and are planning a big boycott of nightlife on Wednesday.Several women report having been subjected to needle stick doping in the UK. Now the students want to boycott the nightlife. This photo is from reopening day in London. Photo: Alberto Pezzali / APThe 18-year-old was standing in a crowded nightclub in Nottingham with three friends when she felt something sharp stab her in the back, as if it had been stung with a needle. Ten minutes later he struggled to his feet. Lizzie Wilson tells it The New York Times. University student Wilson had heard of the phenomenon. Her friends rushed her to the hospital, where she spent several hours disoriented without feeling in her legs. Wilson's doctor to...
Now world leaders must stop global warming.  The figures show a different reality.

Now world leaders must stop global warming. The figures show a different reality.

Two recent reports pour cold water on the blood of climate optimists. The world is getting hotter, wetter and wilder. In the Italian city of Venice, they have experienced several floods that threaten the city as it is known. Photo: Luca Bruno, AP / NTBAround the world, top executives are defining the climate case. The climate summit in the Scottish city of Glasgow begins on Sunday. The aim of the meeting is to send the world down a constructive new path to prevent climate change from changing life as we know it. The world has already become 1.1 degrees warmer. Now is the time to limit additional heating. Two numbers fly on the wall, between: 1.5 degrees of heat and 2 degrees of heat. But that's really another number the world is heading to. A number that makes climate scientists...
– We shrug our shoulders, touch the blinders

– We shrug our shoulders, touch the blinders

When Olympic winner Øystein Pettersen (38) expressed concern about eating disorders in cross-country skiing, he is said to have been advised to keep his mouth shut.Aftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.- I have a very clear understanding that now you do not step on the salad, but now you step on an area where we no footsteps. Because here there are not only mines, but bombs everywhere, says the cross-country profile. In recent weeks, VG has written about eating disorders in the cross country setting and what many call a culture of silence. This is a topic Øystein Pettersen has been interested in for years. But he felt it had a price. Now he recounts what happened behind the scenes when 13 year...
No, Monica (49) shouldn’t downgrade

No, Monica (49) shouldn’t downgrade

Nina strandArtist and publisher, LensPsychologists Frode Thuen (left) and Peder Kjøs talk about adult women and "market value" in a case in Aftenposten. Surprise, writes Nina Strand. Photograph: Stig B. Hansen / Torstein Bøe / NTBIs this how psychologists should talk about people?DebateThis is a discussion post. Opinions in the text are the responsibility of the writer.In the video work "How not to be seen", the German artist Hito Steyerl says that women over 50 are invisible. The movie is from 2013 and the world has moved on since then. I Sunday Aftenposten Monica Fjeld shared 49 issues related to adult dating. Psychologists Frode Thuen and Peder Kjøs were interviewed as experts and thought that it is more difficult to find love as you get older. They thought it was important to...
EU investment in microchips could fail

EU investment in microchips could fail

EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen launched a plan to address the microchip shortage. It's a hairy goal. Photo: Olivier Matthys, AP / NTBThe European Commission's plan for large-scale investment in a European microchip industry may be about to unravel before it begins.There are tiny microchips or semiconductors in most of the technology around us.In the wake of the pandemic, there is a severe shortage of microchips around the world.It slows down and increases the cost of everything from car production to smartphone development. Therefore, several countries are investing heavily in becoming world leaders in the development and production of microchips.Much of the effort consists of "looking good" and getting global chipmakers like TSMC, Intel and Samsung to establish themse...