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Reddit Asks The Question: What is a Scientific Fact That You Know is True But Still Blows Your Mind

"Over the weekend, thousands of people around the world marched for science. As per the BBC: Thousands of scientists have taken part in demonstrations around the world in protest against what they see as a global political assault on facts.The... Seguir leyendo →

Why scientists are fighting back. We’ve had enough of Trump’s war on facts | Kenneth Kimmell | Opinion | The Guardian

"Next Saturday, in Washington, DC, and in hundreds of rallies around the world, scientists and their supporters will stage what is likely to be the largest gathering of its kind in history. The March for Science, an idea hatched by... Seguir leyendo →

La lucha por Memoria, Verdad y Legitimidad

"Tres palabras protagonistas en el curso de los próximos años en Colombia. El sector Defensa del Estado viene realizando algunos ajustes institucionales en la disputa por la legitimidad, especialmente desde que la declaró el centro de gravedad de la guerra.... Seguir leyendo →

Mujeres harán seguimiento al enfoque de género en el Acuerdo de paz

"Chile, Argentina, El Salvador, Guatemala, todos estos países, al igual que Colombia, sobrevivieron a guerras y conflictos en nombre de la llamada “guerra contra el comunismo”. En todos esos escenarios las Fuerzas Armadas fueron actores esenciales y, cuando llegaron las... Seguir leyendo →

ARTE+7 | Ni Dieu ni maitre – Une histoire de l’anarchisme (1/2)

https://www.arte.tv/player/v3/index.php?json_url=https%3A%2F%2Fapi.arte.tv%2Fapi%2Fplayer%2Fv1%2Fconfig%2Ffr%2F047435-001-A%3Fautostart%3D1%26lifeCycle%3D1&lang=fr_FR&config=arte_tvguide&embed=1&mute=0 Source: ARTE+7 | Ni Dieu ni maitre - Une histoire de l'anarchisme (1/2)

Clean energy won’t save us – only a new economic system can | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

"Earlier this year media outlets around the world announced that February had broken global temperature records by a shocking amount. March broke all the records too. In June, our screens were covered with surreal images of flooding in Paris, the... Seguir leyendo →

How (And When) To Think Like A Philosopher : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR

"As an undergraduate, I majored in philosophy — a purportedly useless major, except that it teaches you how to think, write and speak. The skills I was learning from working through papers and arguments extended well beyond the coursework itself,... Seguir leyendo →

History: How African Muslims “Civilized Spain” | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization

"Four hundred and eight years ago today King Phillip III of Spain signed an order, which was one of the earliest examples of ethnic cleansing. At the height of the Spanish inquisition, King Phillip III ordered the expulsion of 300,000... Seguir leyendo →

Una revisión de 350 estudios descarta efectos nocivos de las radiofrecuencias sobre la salud | Ciencia | EL PAÍS

"Un grupo de 72 personas participó el año pasado en una inmensa farsa sin saberlo. La mitad de ellas se autodeclaraban “electrosensibles”. Presentaban una catarata de síntomas inespecíficos, como fatiga, vértigo y náuseas, que atribuían a los campos electromagnéticos producidos... Seguir leyendo →

What Keeps the Rich and Powerful up at Night, and Why They’re Happy You Don’t Care – Evonomics

"Imagine Beyonce’s stylist’s hairdresser’s cousin tells you exactly what happened in that elevator between Solange and Jay Z. The story is compelling, explains obscure lyrics in Lemonade, makes intuitive sense. You can’t wait to tell your friends. Everybody chatters excitedly... Seguir leyendo →

No es solo Carrero Franco | ElDiario.es

""Perderéis como en el 36", anunciaba en El Mundo, la pasada semana, un amenazante Sánchez Dragó. "El pucherazo del 36", titulaba Jiménez Losantos su artículo justificando el golpe de Estado franquista y la posterior dictadura. "Vienen a por nosotros, exactamente... Seguir leyendo →

Meritocracy: the great delusion that ingrains inequality | Jo Littler | Opinion | The Guardian

"We must create a level playing field for American companies and workers!” shouted Donald Trump in his first address to Congress last month, before announcing that tighter immigration controls would take the form of a “merit-based” system. Like so many... Seguir leyendo →

Physicists who made a perfect vacuum say they saw quantum fluctuations – Business Insider

"According to quantum mechanics, a vacuum isn't empty at all. It's actually filled with quantum energy and particles that blink in and out of existence for a fleeting moment — strange signals that are known as quantum fluctuations. For decades,... Seguir leyendo →

Physicists find a way to probe the quantum realm without wrecking everything – ScienceAlert

"In 1930, German theoretical physicist Werner Heisenberg came up with a thought experiment, now known as Heisenberg’s microscope, to try to show why it’s impossible to measure an atom’s location with unlimited precision. He imagined trying to measure the position of... Seguir leyendo →

EEUU: Los americanos blancos se están muriendo | Opinión | EL PAÍS

"En Estados Unidos, los hombres blancos de mediana edad y con menos educación se están muriendo a un ritmo inusitado. De hecho, su tasa de mortalidad es mayor que la de los hispanos o los negros de su misma edad... Seguir leyendo →

El colegio milagro que revoluciona la educación en España | Papel | EL MUNDO

"Nada más entrar en clase ocurre algo insólito: nada. El aula de quinto de primaria está abarrotada pero nadie me presta la más mínima atención. Doy algunos pasos entre las mesas, me asomo al centro de un grupo de alumnos,... Seguir leyendo →

PI-RADOS | Another Day In The Lab

"Hoy es el día π. A muchos esto no os dirá nada, pero yo voy a celebrarlo igualmente con una entrada por dos buenas razones. La primera es que es mi número favorito, soy un πrado. ¿Desde cuándo? No consigo... Seguir leyendo →

Intuition Is The Highest Form Of Intelligence | Forbes.com

"Intuition, argues Gerd Gigerenzer, a director at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, is less about suddenly "knowing" the right answer and more about instinctively understanding what information is unimportant and can thus be discarded. Gigerenzer, author of the book... Seguir leyendo →

MIT claims to have found a “language universal” that ties all languages together | Ars Technica UK

"Language takes an astonishing variety of forms across the world—to such a huge extent that a long-standing debate rages around the question of whether all languages have even a single property in common. Well, there’s a new candidate for the elusive... Seguir leyendo →

Ecotourism is Not the Answer to Sustainable Tourism | The Huffington Post

"My visit was prompted by the invitation to attend the Nobel Peace Laureate Summit in Bogota, and I was honored to share the stage with Laureate Leymah Gbowee of Liberia. She and peace prize winner Jose Ramos-Horta moderated our sessions... Seguir leyendo →

Meet the Math Professor Who’s Fighting Gerrymandering With Geometry – The Chronicle of Higher Education

"A Tufts University professor has a proposal to combat gerrymandering: give more geometry experts a day in court. Moon Duchin is an associate professor of math and director of the Science, Technology and Society program at Tufts. She realized last... Seguir leyendo →

Inside the Artificial Universe That Creates Itself – The Atlantic

"Every particle in the universe is accounted for. The precise shape and position of every blade of grass on every planet has been calculated. Every snowflake and every raindrop has been numbered. On the screen before us, mountains rise sharply... Seguir leyendo →

Siento que no miento. Una respuesta al profesor @AlfredoMolanoB

Me cuesta creer que el gran Alfredo Molano no haya encontrado nada más enriquecedor (que una apología no muy buena de la tauromaquia) para compartir con el país. Y lo de ‘gran’ no es sarcasmo; admiro sinceramente al profesor por... Seguir leyendo →

Mathematical Model Reveals the Patterns of How Innovations Arise

"Innovation is one of the driving forces in our world. The constant creation of new ideas and their transformation into technologies and products forms a powerful cornerstone for 21st century society. Indeed, many universities and institutes, along with regions such as... Seguir leyendo →

Your Brain on Poverty: Why Poor People Seem to Make Bad Decisions – The Atlantic

"In August, Science published a landmark study concluding that poverty, itself, hurts our ability to make decisions about school, finances, and life, imposing a mental burden similar to losing 13 IQ points. It was widely seen as a counter-argument to claims... Seguir leyendo →

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