The autonomous car that circulates on roads not mapped in 3D (ING)

The MapLite autonomous piloting system (developed by MIT’s Csail laboratory) dispenses with the three-dimensional maps used by most autonomous cars to determine where to go when they are driving without a driver. Instead MapLite uses only laser radar (thin) and GPS to “guess” where the road or road runs. With…

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McCain, with brain cancer, has asked that Trump not attend his funeral

Republican Sen. John McCain, who suffers from aggressive brain cancer, has instructed his closest associates that US President Donald Trump not attend his funeral, and Vice President Mike Pence will do so instead. today The New York Times. The newspaper reported that McCain’s family plans that the senator’s funeral will…

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The Castor project, a bottomless pit

Three Spanish banks (Santander, CaixaBank and Bankia) have sued the State for 1,350 million euros for the Castor case. The proof that even today the banks still want to make us pay for the waste of this dilapidated project.

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The melting of permafrost, the silent and giant climatic threat

It has a geological age of more than 15,000 years and for millennia its frozen layers have harbored animal waste and other organic matter. Now, permafrost is unfrozen by raising this prehistoric mud and accelerating global warming more quickly, even than some of the more pessimistic forecasts, by releasing tons…

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Love will tear us apart: he is not dead but “asleep”

In the cemetery of Mt. Macedon, in Victoria, Australia, is one of the most beautiful tombstones. It is called “Sleeping” and was created in marble in 1987 by the Australian artist Peter Shipperheyn, who narrated the strange task: “In 1981 I met an extraordinary individual: Laurie Matheson. He bought the…

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The incessant extermination of wolves in Valladolid

The Junta de Castilla y León decided for this year that 5 wolves could be killed in the province of Valladolid, where we know to SCIENCE that the wolf has been declining for years. Nothing more and nothing less than five Iberian wolf specimens, a species of which we know…

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Ode to Syria; Cultural interconfessionalism

Syria is the most complex country in the world. It is the cradle of civilization and is the oldest inhabited country. Damascus and Aleppo, dispute the title of the city permanently inhabited by longer time in history, between 6,000 and 8,000 years. In addition, it is in a place of…

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