They sighted a ball of fire in Andalusia and Castilla-La Mancha

A fireball that entered the atmosphere at more than 43,000 kilometres per hour, was sighted last night in several provinces of Andalusia and Castilla-La Mancha, although it was completely destroyed without getting to fall down any piece of the Earth. The professor of the University of Huelva José María Mediedo has explained to Efe that he has tried “a slow, bright fireball” that was sighted at 21:52 as a result of the entry into the earth’s atmosphere of a piece broken off of an asteroid. It is located at an…

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Analysis ‘Civilization VI Rise & Fall’: an expansion that will make us even more loyal to the game

The commercial development of a new installment of the franchise Civilization is always very similar to the previous one: the media specialist scored each new production with a outstanding and the audience celebrates with hundreds of hours of play without excessive complaints, or lawsuits. Later it puts at the disposal of the players a first expansion that refines the game, adds new mechanics and enhances the experience even more supporters and die-hard of the formula beyond what’s expected. From this point the delivery reaches the range of popular “new masterpiece…

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This letter will be unable to open Whatsapp on your iPhone if you send it in a message

Just a message is enough for your iPhone start to give you problems. So what has been announced by the Italian blog Mobile World who sounded the alarm that those mobile phones which operate using the iOS operating system 11 could be easy targets of this error. Once received at the messaging service, iMessage, Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger or Gmail, the mobile will begin to behave strangely. The character cause of our misfortunes Apparently the operating system is unable to read the character and rendering it on screen once the message…

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Reversed alzheimer’s in mice

The gradual elimination of an enzyme called BACE1 “completely reverses the formation of plaques amyloid” in the brain of mice with alzheimer’s disease, which “raises the hope” that the medicines that have as a target that enzyme may be able to successfully treat the disease in humans. Experts from the us-Cynical Cleveland signed a study, published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, in which ensure that in addition to reverse the formation of plaques, “improving the cognitive function of the animal”, according to a press release. One of the early…

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Detected asbestos in some cars the lines 1, 6 and 9 of the Metro of Madrid

Metro de Madrid has identified that an electrical component of your vehicle older, models 2,000 and 5,000, have an electronic component in its interior it contains asbestos,although they assure that this situation does not imply any risk for the users and the employees of suburban. They have indicated to Europa Press sources of the commuter in relation to the information from the journal – World about the presence of asbestos in the trains currently circulating in the Underground network. The same sources indicate that in the case of vehicles of…

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Discover the launch trailer of the RPG open-world ‘Kingdom come: Deliverance’

Before the arrival to the shops and platforms, of download digital, Warhorse Studios and Deep Silver released the launch trailer of Kingdom come: Deliverance. The game comes to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, with an adventure, where players take the role of Henry, the son of a humble blacksmith whose life is shattered when during an assault of the army of mercenaries of his people has just consumed by the flames. The work will take us to avenge the death of their family while the players struggle against…

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The rocket Falcon Heavy, which failed to land ran out of fuel

When the Falcon Heavy from SpaceX took off on 6 February from pad 39A of the Kennedy Space Center of NASA in Florida, it was expected that the three thrusters of the first stage of the rocket returned to Earth and aterrizaran in a similar way to the rocket Falcon 9, the company. So it was with the two thrusters side, who returned in perfect synchronization to two landing zones in the nearby Air Force Station of Cape Canaveral, but the core crashed and burned. That accelerator center, which is…

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Delayed ejaculation: the sexual disorder of most concern to the Spanish

According to a recent report published by the website medical Doctoralia, a sexual disorder known as delayed ejaculation, is the second disease is most sought after by the Spanish on the internet. As its name indicates, it is the reverse of premature ejaculation. The person who suffers it suffers from the inability to ejaculate while engaged in sexual intercourse, or during the period immediately following them. Some people can take up to 45 minutes or more to get it, and they just resulting in uncomfortable or painful. Although the patient…

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Arrives in Spain ZTE Axon M, mobile and folding with two screens

ZTE has just announced that Vodafone will market exclusively in Spain the Axon M, a mobile folding with two screens of 5.2-inches which when open allows you to use both panels as if they were a single larger display –though with a black band between them is not exactly small– or open two different apps, one per screen. The phone is somewhat bulky with a thickness of 12.1 millimeters, has no physical buttons and has a single camera of 20 megapixel with aperture f/1.8, as to convert it into front…

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Japanese scientists develop a pill that cures the flu in a day

A drug that eliminates the effects of the flu in 24 hours and a single dose has been tested with success in Japan. Shionogi, a pharmaceutical giant from japan who has created drugs to alleviate HIV takes ten years to develop this pill, in comparison with another drug of the style, Tamiflu, reduces the intake of medicines to fight the virus. The executive chairman of the company Isao Teshirogi said in a statement picked up by the newspaper The Wall Street Journal that the drug “blocks the flu virus and…

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Create a light bulb that destroys all the viruses in the flu

Already knew from long ago that ultraviolet light is deadly for germs. It is estimated that kills 99% of microorganisms existing, and for that reason is often used to disinfect surgical equipment and hospital environments. The problem is that in high doses, talso can be harmful to human health, and has been linked with some types of cancer. But, now, researchers from the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) have created a new type of light bulb that is capable of destroying the flu virus,…

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Anxiety in the classroom, how does stress affect students?

While on the one hand some advocate the traditional requirement and the homework and the exams, for the other there have also been schools without homework, parents who prefer less traditional and more practical for their children, alternatives to the exams, and, in general, is bet by a greater attention to the state of mind of the students. In the center of the debate is a question: what are the studies, causing stress to young people? Is this more of what it was in the past or we are exagerándolo?…

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Miguel del Pino: Cini: nose against diabetes

It can be seen that our best friend, the four legged and fine nose, will never stop to surprise us; the success newspaper has pointed with some justification to the newspaper ABC to launch to the popularity of the first dog to Spanish-trained to detect dangerous changes in blood glucose in diabetic patients. The heroine is Cini, a beautiful Jack Russell with a face full of hair and a gaze that pierced through by his intelligence. This dog has been trained at a specialized center called Canem and is the…

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The love of humans towards dogs goes back at least to 14,000 years ago

The tomb, which includes the remains of a man, a woman and two dogs, it was discovered by chance in 1914 by a group of workers not far from Bonn (Germany). But it has now been discovered that one of the dogs had been sick for a long time and had been attended, according to the evidence found by the scientist of the University of Leide Luc Janssens, published in the Journal of Archaeological Science. New research shows that the remains date back to the Paleolithic age, by which are…

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Tuvalu, the country that was to disappear by sea level rise, is growing

The level of the sea leading to rise almost continuously for decades, despite the fact that the climate models predict that the rise should be accelerated. They are in fact the consequences of this sea-level rise is the most serious to the population. And just like that he has chosen the polar bear as an icon of the consequences of warming, despite the fact that in reality their number is increasing and not decreasing, Tuvalu was selected as image of the serious problems that would lead to a world wide…

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Chrome will mark as insecure all web pages HTTP from July

The Google Chrome browser will identify as unsafe all the web sites that use the transfer protocol HTTP from July of this year to 2018, and will admit only those pages that use the system encrypted HTTPS. The marking of HTTP pages shall enter into force with the publication of the new version of the Google browser, Chrome 68, whose launch is planned for the month of July, as had been explained by the company in Mountain View via a post published on his web development Chromium. This decision of…

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Unicode announces other 157 new emoticons for the year 2018

The Unicode Consortium, the organization that is responsible for the language of the same name, has announced the new standard Emoji 11.0, which will reach users during the second half of this year and which will include for the first time designs with people with red hair and with the curly hair. In total, the Unicode standard 11.0 includes 157 new ’emoji’ to be added to the general library of these designs, which reaches a total of 2.823 ’emojis’, as explained by the programming language Unicode in their official website.…

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They say that this is the ice cream world’s most dangerous

A coffee shop in Glasgow has been put up for sale this ice cream, which they have named Respiro del diavolo. Similar name and the fact that show up several peppers, as they should give us a good idea of what is and what is its main feature. The owners of the local ensure that it has been prepared following a traditional recipe Italian dating from the 1930s, and boast that it is the ice cream most spicy in the world. Ensure that the itching sensation it produces is five…

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This is how to build the consensus climate: a scientific skeptic complaint to your university by silenciarle

The environmentalism and, in particular, the alarmism of climate change has become a new inquisition may sound far-fetched, but what has happened to the australian Peter Ridd disagreeing publicly with the consensus, seems to confirm this. The professor of Physics at James Cook University is highly critical of what it considers to be unjustified alarm about the future of the Great Barrier Reef, the huge coral reef more than 2,000 km long, visible even from the space and is paying the price. Ridd believes that most of the studies on…

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Create a wood so tough that it can replace the steel and titanium

Engineers from the University of Maryland (UMD) have found a way to treat the wood that makes it so strong and resilient as to overcome many titanium alloys. “This new way of treating the wood makes it 12 times more resistant than natural wood and 10 times tougher,” said Liangbing Hu of the School of Engineering, A. James Clark of UMD and the leader of the team that conducted the research, which is published in Nature. “This could compete with the steel or even titanium alloys, for being so strong…

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An asteroid of between 15 and 40 meters discovered on Sunday will approach to the Earth this Friday

An asteroid of between 15 and 40 metres in diameter, unknown to the 4 of February, will pass very close to Earth this Friday, February 9, at a distance that only occurs once or twice a year. 2018 CB will reach its closest approach to 23.30 UTC, when it will only 64.000 miles of the surface of our planet, less than a fifth of the distance from the Earth to the Moon. The asteroid, estimated to have between 15 and 40 metres in size, was discovered on the 4th of…

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The Tesla launched into space on the Falcon Heavy does not will arrive at Mars and is heading to an asteroid belt

The convertible electric Tesla that came out of the Earth aboard the first rocket, the Falcon Heavy has left the earth orbit and into deep space, but their fate will not be Mars. At the end of three ignitions of the propellant to which it is fixed to the car, the precise trajectory to target the orbit of Mars has been exceeded and the car space is directed towards the asteroid belt, as he explained on his Twitter account Elon Musk, president of Tesla and Space X, the manufacturer of…

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Ask for year and a half of prison and 135,000 euros for the killing of 45 bats to arrange a blind

Two workers of the company responsible for maintenance at the University of Jaén (UJA) is facing a year and a half of imprisonment, as well as the payment of a compensation of 135,000 euros for finishing with 45 bats horseshoe that had nested in the box of a blind , situated in one of the offices of the campus buildings. Is the request made by the Prosecution in its notice of interim qualification to which has had access Europa Press, and in which both defendants are accused of a crime…

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Video games may reduce violence and crime

The same has happened with the film, series or music, videogames have been criticized for alleged adverse effects that would have on the young people since 1976, went on the market, Death Race, a game that consisted of hitting figures, vaguely human. These criticisms received a boost by the American psychological Association (APA, for its acronym in English) with the publication in 2005 of its Resolution on Violence in video Games and Interactive Media , and in 2015 of the Resolution on Violent video Games. But both the scientific basis…

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Analysis ‘The Inpatient’: terror in virtual reality that ends when you are enjoying

Until Dawn can be considered an experiment atypical, that, in the end, it turned out to be a success for Sony and PlayStation. So much so that its developers, the team Supermassive Games, has decided to settle permanently in the universe that have been created and, in fact, they returned with one of the titles that accompanied the launch of PlayStation VR: Until Dawn: a Rush of Blood. Now, again, are installed in the format to continue the story of the franchise, this time with a prequel entitled The Inpatient.…

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Take off with success the rocket that Space X wants to get to Mars

Elon Musk knows how to put on a show. Much better than NASA, where it will stop. The anticipation has been furious for what has essentially been a test flight, the first of the giant Falcon Heavy. The rocket, 70 meters high and with a capacity to transport more than 66 tons, took off nearly three hours late due to the weather conditions the 19:45, hour of the peninsula, platform LC-39A of the center of the Administration u.s. National Aeronautics and Space (NASA), the same who left the rockets for…

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