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A presidential Ubuntu

Life on our planet Earth is crazy and endearing. While some want and do not have vaccines, others have and do not want them. In the next few days, a patent will be issued for a key process in the...

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Go veto!

Donald Trump has stymied efforts to slow the pandemic in the United States, rolled back environmental protection, and discredited scientific institutions. This was indicated in an article published...

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Economic crisis and mining

On August 4 of this year, an article published in the Financial Times newspaper announced that gold had reached its highest price in history: $ 2000 per ounce. According to that article, the price...

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The island that we were

The Central American isthmus was created about three million years ago, when the passage between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea was closed, due to the convergence between plates, volcanic...

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Who pays for fires

On May 2, 20,000 m2 of wood and cardboard were set on fire in the yards of Empaques Santa Ana, located in El Coyol de Alajuela. This caused the largest fire in the last decade in Costa Rica....

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Warsaw clams

In May 2020, the newspaper La Vanguardia reported that eight clams are responsible for monitoring contamination levels in an aqueduct that supplies eight million people in Poland. The peculiar...

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Animal distancing

The pangolin is one of the most trafficked mammals in the world. They are highly valued for food consumption and their scales are used to produce home remedies that promise to be the panacea that...

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Angels and demons

Let's imagine that one fine day, because of a tiny, invisible and insatiable bug, everything we know is transformed: toilet paper runs out in supermarkets, shops and schools close and jobs...

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The right to repair

After years of being cought up in a frenetic lifestyle, the coronavirus has forced us to stop. Today there is more time to read, reflect and discover. We see how the reduction in the number and...

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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...

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