15 uncomfortable but necessary films

Discomfort in the cinema has become the personal hallmark of some filmmakers, from Michael Haneke to Yorgos Lanthimos, and its use and abuse is not (not always) arbitrary. These films speak of very diverse realities, either explicitly or allegorically, and if we manage to scratch well in their provocations we…

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The bonobos prefer an imbecile before a good

From very young, human babies naturally show a strong preference for people who are more kind and collaborative. However, the same can not be said of the bonobos, one of the closest relatives of humans. In humans, avoiding foolish people not only helps to avoid bad company, but also discourages…

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Confirmed security breach in the AMD PSP

In the midst of controversy over the Specter and Meltdown vulnerabilities, a security flaw has also been discovered in AMD’s PSP, an acronym that refers to the “Platform Security Processor”. It is a layer present in the processors of the firm of Sunnyvale that provides administrative functions similar to the…

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Ships clash in China: there are 32 missing people

The 32 crew of an Iranian tanker were missing after their ship collided with a merchant ship and burned down near the east coast of China, authorities said Sunday. After the collision, which occurred on Saturday night, the ship, which was transporting 136,000 tons of light hydrocarbons (condensates), “caught fire…

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Lamps that turn on when a car passes to save energy

It is located in the town of Hole, with a population of about 7,000 inhabitants, and consists of streetlights that lower their power when no one is on the road. When a car begins to circulate on the road, the streetlights return to their maximum power. And when the car…

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TV3 will do without the external productions to repair its debt

Since the creation of the regional television stations in their accounts, they only charged the VAT of the advertising and sponsorship revenues of their programs, but not the public subsidies of the different regional governments. But in 2014, Hacienda changed its criteria and began to consider that these companies had…

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Madrid monopolizes 48% of ICT employment

In its latest report, corresponding to the third quarter, the portal highlighted an increase of 5% year on year in the number of job offers in the ICT sector, led by the Community of Madrid, which accounts for 48% of vacancies, Catalonia, with a 16% of the total, and Euskadi,…

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