10 basic questions you should know about electric cars

Although electric cars are becoming more popular, the vast majority of the population still has a lot of questions about this technology. Thanks to the RACC, we explain some of the most common questions around electric cars to bring this technology a little closer to our readers.

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Kidnap at gunpoint a person in Tenerife for a few bitcoins

Agents of the Civil Guard belonging to the Main Post of Playa de Las Americas have arrested a 30-year-old man, a resident of the town of Costa del Silencio, in the south of Tenerife, who allegedly kidnapped another person to enter his account a certain amount of ‘bitcoins’. The events…

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Found the problem of the huge GNOME memory leak

GNOME developer Georges Basile Stavracas is the one who has plunged head first to solve the problem of memory leakage in GNOME and is the one that has found the root of it: it seems that it was the garbage collector , the piece of software that is responsible for…

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Kidnap at gunpoint a person in Tenerife for a few bitcoins

Agents of the Civil Guard belonging to the Main Post of Playa de Las Americas have arrested a 30-year-old man, a resident of the town of Costa del Silencio, in the south of Tenerife, who allegedly kidnapped another person to enter his account a certain amount of ‘bitcoins’. The events…

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The spider that disguises itself as bird droppings

The ‘Cyclosa ginnaga’ is a species of spider that, to go unnoticed in the leaves of trees, adopts the form of bird droppings. The Cyclosas are the family of urban spiders who create perfect cobwebs, not for visual delight, but to camouflage themselves and trap their predators through the optical…

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The catastrophe is to do nothing

The engineer, anthropologist and activist Yayo Herrero, analyzes and thinks about the current crossroads regarding the economy, climate change and politics. “The first thing is to understand that there is no economy or society without nature, the economy is a subsystem of the biosphere, not the other way around, the…

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Antarctica melts from the bottom of the sea (ING)

The great Antarctic ice sheet is losing ground as it is eroded by the warm ocean water that flows beneath its floating edge. Research from the Polar Observation and Modeling Center of the United Kingdom (CPOM) at the University of Leed has generated a complete map of how the submarine…

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