The flies also enjoy when you ejaculate and take to drink if you don’t mate

Humans and flies have in common amazing traits. We already knew that the Drosophila or fruit fly drowns his sorrows in alcohol when deprived of sex. Now, an international study has shown that we also share with these insects the pleasure of the ejaculation. The importance of the discovery, published in Current Biology, is that it was not yet known what part of the mating is rewarding to flies. Some options were the stage of courtship, pheromones from the female, or the release of sperm. “We have shown that male…

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An air purifier, giant built in China reduces the pollution in a 15%

The tower of purification of the air, installed by chinese scientists in the contaminated city of Xi’an, reduces by 15 percent the pollution by fine particles inhaled. Tests have shown that the tower is 60 feet tall, has such a reducing effect on the density of the also known as particulate matter PM2.5 in an area of 10 square kilometers. The researchers published the results of the test of the purifying capability of the tower in a press conference, according to Xinhua, as cited by the China Academy of Sciences.…

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Comes the first edition of Movistar eSport Series by the hand of Telefónica and ESL

ESports are already a reality, and the Spanish multinational company has set its targets on promoting and giving more and more content related that many are beginning to see as the sport of the future. ESL, the company of eSports largest in the world and a member of the group of digital entertainment MTG, next to Movistar, in their commitment to the ecosystem of eSports, and the projection of the talent national, have officially announced Movistar eSports Series, a new series of competitions Best directed at the whole community amateur.…

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ZTE might be forced to abandon Android for a sanction from the US Government

After the Department of Commerce of the united States found that ZTE was selling products with components in the united states to North Korea and Iran, countries on the blacklist is forbidden to export goods from the U.S., reached an agreement with the chinese manufacturer. So, ZTE had to pay 1,200 million dollars, and a ban on imported american products for seven years, though this last measurement is suspended while not committed any offense during that period. Now, however, the agency has concluded that ZTE lied during the investigation to…

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Russia blocks half the internet to try to eradicate Telegram

Although the instant messaging network Telegram was created by millionaire internet Russian Pavel Durov, has never had good relations with the Government of Putin. Durov made his fortune with the creation of the social network Vkontakte, known internationally as VK, and that although it is virtually unknown in our country is the most popular page in Russia and one of the most successful in all over the world. After refusing during the invasion of Ukraine to provide data on protesters ukrainians and close the page of the opponent Russian Alexei…

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‘Black Desert Online’ celebrates its second birthday with a translation into Spanish

A few weeks ago, without making too much noise, Black Desert Online, one of the titles most representative among the MMORPG (Role-playing Games Massive Multiplayer Online), inaugurated Spanish-language edition. Perhaps the proposal will not be as well-known as World of Warcraft, the greatest exponent of the genre, but their 3 million players, making it, currently, in the work most popular in the world of its genre on Steam; it occupies a remarkable position 18 in the global ranking, between titles as well known as Fallout 4 (22), or by Rocket…

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CRISPR: the back door that we could eat genetically modified foods

Usually tend to use the words transgenic and genetically modified (GMO) as if they were synonyms. But they are not. Gmos are in reality the product of a particular technical to change the genome, in particular the use of DNA from another organism to produce the desired characteristics. But already they are creating genetically modified foods that do not need to employ transgenesis, invented in 1986 by the company Monsanto, but the technique is much more recent CRISPR-Cas9, which allows you to locate specific sequences in DNA and remove them…

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Ketamine: a hallucinogenic drug to emergency treatment against depression

A formula of ketamine spray for nasal administration has been used in the rapid treatment of the symptoms of major depression and suicidal thoughts, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry (AJP). The double-blind study compared the standard treatment plus an intranasal formulation of esketamina, the part of the molecule of ketamine to the standard treatment plus a placebo for the quick treatment of the symptoms of depression, including suicide, among people with risk of imminent suicide. The study involved 68 participants randomly assigned to…

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Loreto Carrasco: atopic Dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis (ad) is an inflammatory disease of the skin mainly in children it is characterized by itching and a chronic course and recurrent. It is often associated with a family history and/or staff of food allergies, asthma and/or allergic rhinoconjunctivitis, as well as with elevated levels of IgE. The DA usually appears between the 3rd and the 6th month of life, so that 60% of the cases they made their debut 1 year of age, and about 85% are diagnosed before five years of life. The prevalence of atopic…

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Design an enzyme that digests plastic bottles

Scientists have designed an enzyme that can digest some of the plastics most commonly pollutants, providing a potential solution to one of the greatest environmental problems of the world. The research, published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, was led by teams from the University of Portsmouth, Uk, and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL, for its acronym in English) of the Department of Energy, united States. Professor John McGeehan, University of Portsmouth, and dr. Gregg Beckham, NREL, solved the crystal structure of PETase, an…

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Filters a document from Apple which requires that no more leaks

Has leaked Mark Gurman, of Bloomberg, an internal circular of the company of the apple in the that warns that filter out internal information about future releases can lead not only to dismissal but even to criminal prosecution. In the text, Apple confirms that in 2017 we caught 29 employees for this reason and that twelve of them were arrested. “Not only lost their jobs, but they can find it extremely difficult to find a job in any other part,” added the company. The leaking of the internal document does…

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Miguel del Pino: “No insult,” say the hunters

This weekend there are many demonstrations that take place in a good part of Spain under call of the hunter associations. On this occasion, are not claimed certain rights or laws in connection with the hunting, but something so simple as not to be insulted. As “claim, an intangible” it is unusual and puts in evidence the danger of the launch platform of insults that can be, if used for evil, the world calls “social networking”. Being a site that is so recent and so little subject to specific legislation,…

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Xiaomi presents Black Shark, your mobile video games with liquid cooling

The technology company Xiaomi has presented this Friday in China new mobile Black Shark, a terminal specifically oriented experience with video games, which is the first incursion of the asian company in a product of these features. The phone features an IPS display of 5,99-inch with the side frames reduced and aspect ratio of 18:9, with 2160×1080 pixels resolution (403 pixels per inch) and support for HDR10. As-oriented features to the game, the Black Shark features the integrated processor of high-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and offers between 6 and 8…

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Loggerhead turtles returning to the beach where they were born thanks to the navigation magnetic

New research from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, united States, provides valuable information about the navigation and nesting behavior of the loggerhead turtles that could serve as a basis for future conservation efforts. The loggerhead turtles that nest on the beaches with magnetic fields similar are genetically similar to each other, according to a new study by biologists from UNC-Chapel Hill Kenneth J. Lohmann, and J. Roger Brothers, whose work is published Thursday in the journal Current Biology. Magnetic fields are the best predictor of genetic similarity…

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Analysis of TheC64 Mini: a dose of Commodore 64 without technical problems

In 1982, arrived at the market Commodore 64, a home computer located between the personal computer and video-game console that ended up getting a historic success. In the line of the mini consoles that are launching in the course of the last few months, we now have the opportunity to try TheC64 Mini, that clearly is left drag by the tendency to recreate the hardware of play vintage on a smaller scale, with universal connections and a lot of software installed, improvements in load times and game saves. Basically, anyone…

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Create batteries of higher capacity by replacing the cobalt by manganese

In the current lithium batteries, the ions are stored in the cathode (the electrode with negative charge), which are storied structure. The cobalt is crucial to maintain this structure. Batteries based on lithium is used more than 50% of all cobalt produced in the world. These batteries are in our mobile phones, laptops and in many cars. About half of the cobalt in the planet comes from the Congo, where it is extracted in large part to hand, in some cases, by children. But now, a research team led by…

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How was formed the Giant’s Causeway?

A team of geoscientists from the University of Liverpool have determined the temperature at which the magma is cold it cracked to create geometric formations of basaltic rock that seem to pavement, as the Giant’s Causeway, in Ireland. These columns are geometric they are found in many types of volcanic rocks and form as the rock cools and shrinks, resulting in a regular arrangement of prisms or columns, polygonal. The joints columnar are among the geological features most striking of the Land and in many areas, including the Giant’s Causeway,…

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Airbus raises convert the cellars of the aircraft in the bedrooms for the passengers

Airbus and the division aerospace Zodiac have reached an agreement to design and implement compartments modular bunk beds in the cargo holds of the aircraft, according to have announced both companies in a press release. The modules will be interchangeable with the containers with regular cargo of aircraft and will not affect the loading and unloading system, nor to the winery itself. Both companies have stressed that “improve the experience” at the same time that will allow the airlines to add value to your flight and create a new additional…

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Runs virtually the Moon with the final video of NASA (Video)

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When finally come the spring?

The rains do not give truce in our country. After a march extremely rainy weather in which it rained three times more than usual rain (a 357% more), April has started in the same line. The entry of successive squalls seems to have no end and many wonder until when? The temperatures are still abnormally low, in fact, in many areas there are up to 10 ° C below normal at this time of year. It’s cold and note. In Madrid, in April is to have maximum temperatures average about…

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The purpose of the passwords in the internet is near thanks to WebAuthn

Passwords on the internet, despite still being a weak point in the security of our accounts in the network, is what allows us to keep our privacy safe. But, how many times have you returned from vacation and not recordabas your internet password? This setback it seems that is about to come to an end thanks to WebAuthn, a new open standard to be identified in various services with the browser without having to use a password. This new form of authentication via the web have presented the standards organizations…

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Discover fifty new giant figures in Nazca

More than 50 giant figures have been discovered in the peruvian desert of Nazca, known for the mysterious lines that run through it. The new lines and geoglyphs are spread on the slopes of the mountains that belong to the zone of Palpa in the region Ica, have been discovered by peruvian archaeologists, with the support of specialists from the united States. “Some of the lines of newly discovered belong to the Nazca culture, which dominated the area since the year 200 d.C. up to 700 d.C. However, archaeologists suspect…

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A group of hacker deletes Youtube “Softly” by Luis Fonsi

Hours later the video Slowly, played by the puerto rican artist Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee became the first video to reach 5,000 million views on YouTube, has disappeared. The YouTube account of Vevo has been hacked by a group of hackers. Instead of being the artist, you see a photograph of the series of Antena 3, The house of paper. Social networks have echoed the news right away. In the case of Slowly, some have shown their outrage, although there have also been those who have applauded their demise.…

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Activision confirms the development of ‘Spyro Reignited Trilogy’ for PS4 and Xbox One

Activision has finally confirmed the rumors and leaks of the past few days around the development of Spyro Reignited Trilogycollection, remastered in HD for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, which also announces release date, September 21. Reignited Trilogy presents a collection completely remastered from the original trilogy of Spyro that forged the phenomenon: Spyro the Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto”s Rage! and Spyro: Year of the Dragon. Redesigned from scratch by the developers of Toys for Bob, the play tells the amusing and nostalgic gameplay that fans remember in his more…

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The palm trees are changing sex in Colombia

Calls palm wax is a variety typical of the andean valleys of Colombia. And, now, according to have discovered the botanical Institute of Natural Sciences, University National of that country, these plants are experiencing an amazing phenomenon: they are changing sex. The researchers discovered that in the higher areas of these valleys is the proportion of palm trees males and females was similar (almost half and half). But, instead, to a lower altitude to 2,400 metres above sea level, the second duplicated to the first. Something that did not match…

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