Esta tierra y sus seres (no humanos)

Soldados siembran árboles en Sumapaz – Bogotá – ELTIEMPO.COM

Esto es muestra de un compromiso del ejército que se debe resaltar; son actitudes que reflejan cambios interesantes. Ahora, para que el post-conflicto en Colombia funcione, el ejército debe ir más allá de un (indispensable) discurso que muestre una actitud... Seguir leyendo →


How (Not) to Run a Modern Society on Solar and Wind Power Alone – LOW-TECH MAGAZINE

"While the potential of wind and solar energy is more than sufficient to supply the electricity demand of industrial societies, these resources are only available intermittently. To ensure that supply always meets demand, a renewable power grid needs an oversized... Seguir leyendo →

Anglo Gold y Gran Colombia quieren la mina en donde nace el 70% del agua de Colombia – Las2orillas

"Alfredo Molano denunció las dos grandes minas que se planean inaugurar en La Vega, Cauca por parte de las dos mineras de oro más grandes en Colombia: Anglo Gold Ashanti y Gran Colombia Gold. Este pueblo, azotado desde los años 80 por... Seguir leyendo →

La sexta extinción masiva de animales de la Tierra ya ha comenzado | ElDiario.es

"El estudio afirma que en las últimas décadas se ha producido una “aniquilación bilógica” de la fauna. Eso significa que estamos ante la sexta extinción masiva en la historia de la Tierra y que es más grave de lo que... Seguir leyendo →

Científicos asisten al nacimiento de una nueva tradición cultural entre chimpancés | Ciencia | EL PAÍS

"Imagine que fuera posible asistir al momento en que una parte de la humanidad decidió comer con tenedor mientras otro grupo optaba por usar los palillos. Si hubiera sido un punto y lugar concreto, podría parecerse a la situación que... 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 →

Newly evolved bacteria can bond silicon to carbon with ease – Business Insider

"Scientists have coaxed life to do something it has never done before: bond silicon to carbon. You're probably already familiar with a few products products that use carbon-silicon, or organosilicon: glues, caulks, and pesticides, to name a few. But the... Seguir leyendo →

New, Groundbreaking Revelation Brings Us Closer to Nuclear Fusion

"Researchers from the U.S. DOE’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) and Princeton University may have solved the mystery surrounding magnetic reconnection, bringing us one step closer to better solar flare prediction and (pmost notably) problems surrounding  nuclear fusion containment. Ultimately, this... Seguir leyendo →

El mayor dique glaciar antártico se agrieta y se teme que colapse inundando costas en todo el mundo | Diario Público

"Un enorme glaciar en la Antártida que sirve de dique para el hielo del interior del continente se deshace de adentro hacia afuera, con grietas y hendiduras en su interior que hacen temer su colapso. El Glaciar Pine Island, parte... Seguir leyendo →

The Secret is Out: Scientists Figured Out How Tardigrades Became Immune to Radiation | Futurism.com

"Tardigrades are amazing creatures famous for their extreme survival skills. Their collection of abilities make up for their small stature. They are capable of surviving under the harshest conditions including the vacuum of outer space, extreme temperatures, great pressure (equivalent to six... Seguir leyendo →

BBC – Future – We’ve got human intelligence all wrong

"The guests lining up outside a Brisbane gallery were not your typical culture vultures; in fact, until recently they’d never seen a painting in their life. But with just a little training, they developed their own artistic taste, showing a... Seguir leyendo →

Scientists have found a lake under the sea – those who swim there won’t come back alive – ScienceAlert

"Scientists have discovered a 'lake' in the Gulf of Mexico. Everyone, who enters this pool at the bottom of the sea will suffer horribly. Erik Cordes, associate professor of biology at Temple University, has researched the pool and described his... Seguir leyendo →

Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2016 Finalists | Bored Panda

"The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2016 (see 2015 here) came to an end on October 1st, and the shortlisted final 40 entries have finally been revealed. Laughter is not the only thing this annual event that focuses on revealing the amusing... Seguir leyendo →

The Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle May Finally Be Solved | Big Think

"One of life’s great mysteries, the Bermuda Triangle might have finally found an explanation. This strange region, that lies in the North Atlantic Ocean between Bermuda, Miami and San Juan, Puerto Rico, has been the presumed cause of dozens and... Seguir leyendo →

Los grandes simios pueden adivinar lo que estás pensando | Ciencia | EL PAÍS

"En 1835 llegó al Zoo de Londres el primer chimpancé para fascinar a sus visitantes. Luego llegaría Jenny, una orangután a la que vestían con ropa de mujer. La reina Victoria visitó la exhibición y quedó horrorizada ante la visión... Seguir leyendo →

Monsanto grabs Crispr, which could end the war on GMOs – Business Insider

"The next genetically modified food you eat probably won't be a GMO. At least not in the conventional sense of the term, which stands for genetically modified organism. It will probably be made using Crispr, a new technique that lets... Seguir leyendo →

Physicists Just Confirmed New Form Of Atomic Nuclei And It Could Ruin Time Travel Forever | Physics-Astronomy

"A new kind of atomic nuclei has been discovered by researchers in a new study issued in the journal Physical Review Letters. This newly confirmed pear-shaped, asymmetrical nuclei, was initially detected in 2013 by scientists from CERN in the isotope... Seguir leyendo →

BBC – Earth – The bizarre beasts living in Romania’s poison cave

"In the south-east of Romania, in Constanța county close to the Black Sea and the Bulgarian border, there lies a barren featureless plain. The desolate field is completely unremarkable, except for one thing. Below it lies a cave that has... Seguir leyendo →

Dolphins recorded having a conversation ‘just like two people’ for first time

"Two dolphins have been recorded having a conversation for the first time after scientists developed an underwater microphone which could distinguish the animals' different "voices". Researchers have known for decades that the mammals had an advanced form of communication, using... Seguir leyendo →

A cat co-authored an influential physics paper | Science | AAAS

In 1975, Jack Hetherington and F.D.C. Willard published a paper together in Physical Review Letters. The paper is an influential view into atomic behavior and has been cited multiple times, but only one of its authors is human—F.D.C. Willard is... Seguir leyendo →

Primer caso de comunicación entre humanos y animales salvajes | Ciencia | EL PAÍS

"“En 1588, João dos Santos, un misionero portugués en Sofala (el actual Mozambique) veía cómo con frecuencia un pequeño pájaro se colaba volando a través de las grietas de los muros de su iglesia para picotear la cera de las... Seguir leyendo →

2016 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate: Is the Universe a Simulation? – YouTube

Bonobos use a range of tools like stone-age humans | New Scientist

By Bob Holmes Video: Bonobos use a range of tools like stone-age humans "Bonobos can be just as handy as chimpanzees. In fact, bonobos’ tool-using abilities look a lot like those of early humans, suggesting that observing them could teach... Seguir leyendo →

Bionic leaf turns sunlight into liquid fuel | Harvard Gazette

"The days of drilling into the ground in the search for fuel may be numbered, because if Daniel Nocera has his way, it’ll just be a matter of looking for sunny skies. Nocera, the Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy at... Seguir leyendo →

The Trouble with Darwin | Big Think

"Like many others, I watched the recent debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham with a queer mixture of awe and déjà vu. Who knew that 89 years later, we'd still be litigating the Scopes trial? As someone trained in... Seguir leyendo →

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