Complaints in Portugal for the invasion of its flowers with Spanish bees [pt]

Since the beginning of the 1990s, with the “disordered” entry of a large number of beehives, mainly from Salamanca, relations between beekeepers in both countries are tense. The abundance of bees arriving from Spain causes disturbances in the production and health of Portugal’s border farms. Portuguese beekeepers also complain that…

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Growth has returned! And that?

Decisions in Europe are made with partial data. When political leaders rely on limited indicators, democracy is in danger. It all depends on our knowledge about what the GDP measures and leaves out, it reflects part, but not everything related to economic well-being (not wage inequality), it does not take…

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Iceland forgets Christianity and returns to its Viking Gods

Through diverse sources that go from the pop culture to the opera, we know the names and even particular details of Thor, Odín, Loki and other deities, creatures and territories of said mythology. Could somebody, now, pay cult to those divinities? Oddly enough, the answer is yes.

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They get three NSA exploits running on all versions of Windows

Last April, new exploits of the NSA were leaked by Shadow Brokers. Among them was EternalBlue, which subsequently gave rise to WannaCry in the month of May. Now, they have managed to take advantage of three more exploits, and convert them into attacks that work on all versions of Windows…

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Permafrost contains massive amounts of mercury and is thawing

A team of researchers has just discovered that the permafrost of the northern hemisphere “stores massive amounts of natural mercury.” Something that, in the midst of global warming, poses a very important threat to the integrity of ecosystems and to human health, in particular

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