Are we worse than in 2007?

Spain is today in a more fragile situation than before the crisis. Nothing that led us to this fragility has changed, on the contrary, the opportunity of the international conjuncture has intensified and has been lost to operate the necessary changes in our productive model.

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The “architecture of spite”: houses built to annoy

The expression houses spite, which could be translated as houses to bad baba, describes precisely those constructions made to annoy someone, often spoiling or covering the views, or in some other occasions creating a building manifestly horrible for fuck.

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The myth of the god Seth

(Conference given at the Islamic Institute, Madrid, February 14, 1992 by Teresa Bedman) The god Seth, already fallen into disgrace with the Egyptians themselves, had to carry the title of “God of Evil”, but was it Is this really like that? Did the Egyptians conceive Seth as a god of…

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Four words that changed the course of history

Fifty years ago, four words heard across the country changed the course of the Vietnam War: the question “Also babies?” And the answer “Also babies.” Four words that were heard this week, “Mom, mom. Daddy, Daddy, “they exposed the cruelty of the Trump government and powerfully changed the course of…

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China: on the trail of missing opponents

On July 9, 2015, nearly 300 human rights lawyers and defenders in China were arrested, interrogated and imprisoned. Some have failed in “black prisons”, places impossible to trace, completely isolated from the outside world, which are held in secret. This vast network, which addressed all those who denounced and attacked…

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Audi and Hyundai team up to develop the hydrogen fuel cell

Elon Musk has described the hydrogen fuel cell as something “amazingly stupid”, while most manufacturers have gradually moved away from this alternative solution to combustion engines because it is expensive and has an infrastructure that is difficult to develop. However, in recent times there are several brands that are re-betting…

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Arrested the alleged rapist of a disabled woman in Granada

A 28-year-old man has been detained by the National Police in Baza (Granada) as the alleged perpetrator of the rape of a 55-year-old disabled woman. The incident occurred at the door of the woman’s home, in a farmhouse in the municipality, after knocking on her door and attacking her by…

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Four words that changed the course of history

Fifty years ago, four words heard across the country changed the course of the Vietnam War: the question “Also babies?” And the answer “Also babies.” Four words that were heard this week, “Mom, mom. Daddy, Daddy, “they exposed the cruelty of the Trump government and powerfully changed the course of…

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Ubuntu advances results of its installation statistics

A few months ago Canonical decided, as part of the installation process of the new Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, to collect hardware information and software configuration in its desktop editions by default. In the Ubuntu blog, Will Cooke gives us some results, since from the beginning we were told that this…

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Almost half of young people between 15 and 18 want to be an official

The Chamber of Commerce of Seville, which has drawn up the report ‘Perspectives of students of secondary education about future employability and the labor market’ considers that we must improve the information that young people receive about work reality: Three out of four want to study a university career, with…

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Forgotten classics of cinema-colonoscopy: Ishtar

From the end of the 80s to an indeterminate point of 2000, the word synonymous with ‘disaster at the box office’ was’ Ishtar ‘, until being replaced by’ Wachowski Brothers’, then by ‘Brother and sister Wachowski’, later by ‘Sisters Wachowski ‘and I do not doubt that soon by’ Johnny Depp…

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