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Our smelly truth

Our smelly truth

The 17th-century French scientist and writer Blaise Pascal once said that one of the main diseases of men is its restless curiosity to know that they cannot know. Despite this phrase describes correctly the human curiosity in some areas such as academics or science,...
Electrical dilemma

Electrical dilemma

It is no secret that fossil fuels, such as gasoline and diesel, contribute to growing global warming. With the purpose of reducing this problem, in Costa Rica a law was passed that, among other benefits, exempts electric vehicles from paying taxes, so that they are...
Our irreplaceable coffee

Our irreplaceable coffee

There is nothing more difficult for an environmentalist than communicating the problems related to the development of a product that has acquired the connotation of irreplaceable and even necessary for life. This is precisely the case of coffee production, which...
Copernicus’ Deception

Copernicus’ Deception

Imagine for a moment that we know absolutely nothing of the Universe and we see how the Sun, the Moon and the stars move in the sky. I am sure many of us would come to the conclusion that these bodies revolve around us. You have to do the exercise to understand the...