Liberation of the imperial eagle ‘Padmé’

A little more than a month ago we finally released “Padmé”, a young female of imperial eagle that entered wounded in our fauna hospital last summer. The whole process of recovery and rehabilitation of such an impressive animal, as well as its long-awaited return to the natural environment, we offer…

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Last chance for bees and their world

The proposal by the European Commission to extend the ban on three dangerous neonicotinoids for bees will be discussed – and could be put to the vote – on the 12th and 13th of December in Brussels. The newly formed Coalition to Save the Bees has been formed to demand…

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Appearances almost always deceive in space photos

The images we see of planets, galaxies and so on tend to have false colors, but it is rarely aesthetic. The processing of spatial photographs is basic for the investigation and study of phenomena. The idea is not to deceive us, nor is there a NASA conspiracy about it (although…

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Collapse leaves one missing and a quarter of Quito without water

A landslide in the capital of Ecuador left a missing person and some 600,000 inhabitants without drinking water, the Municipality of Quito reported Wednesday. The landslide occurred on Tuesday near midnight in a debris deposit, located in the south of Quito, with 2.6 million inhabitants.

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Second massive withdrawal of Lactalis products in France

Salmonellosis hits another blow to Lactalis. The French Government announced on Sunday the massive withdrawal of products from this company after detecting five new cases of this disease, dangerous for children and the elderly, in the country. These are added to the twenty babies whose contagion forced to take the…

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The situation limit of a ‘homeless’ in the city of Seville

The Human Rights Association of Andalusia denounces the scarce public places in hostels for the hundreds of homeless people living in the Andalusian capital. Pablo Fernández, delegate of APDHA, denounces a debt with this group in serious risk situation. Fernández points out to Público, as year after year, the terrible…

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Who really drives your car?

Article that talks about the serious dangers of having vehicles connected to the Internet and that reveals a serious failure that allows remotely controlling more than 42 MILLION vehicles. Sources: espacioseuropeos.com/2017/12/quien-conduce-verdad-coche/ (espacioeuropeos.com/2017/12/quien-conducción-verdad-coche/) www.internautas.org/html/9834.html www.linkedin.com/pulse/quien-conduce-de-verdad-tu-coche-claudio-c-/ English: gbhackers.com/iot-attacks-leads-someone-drive-car/

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The prodigious case of the debt of the Community of Madrid

The reason that the Community of Madrid accelerates its indebtedness is not the “heavy inheritance” of the crisis, it is the recurrent and structural annual deficit of the public accounts, which is not of “cyclical” origin, because it is maintained even in times of crisis. GDP growth of more than…

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The feudal crisis of Leon against the eastern expansion

In the previous entry we were shelling a little more thoroughly all the expansive phenomenon that occurred especially in the basin of the Douro in the ninth and tenth centuries. This expansion, enhanced by the individual initiative of peasant families of two spouses, was sanctioned by a superior political power…

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The waters of Mayrit and Madrid

It is thought that the place was called Matric in the Romance language, from the Latin Matrice or “mother of waters”, alluding to the stream of San Pedro wedged between the two hills. The Muslims would translate this term by Mayra, or “mother of waters”, plus the Mozarabic suffix -it,…

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