The mercury is going up, summer is just around the corner and I want more than ever to change my gym routine under cover for a little exercise in the heat of the first rays of the sun. Spring is even the time of the year to encourage the laziest to start moving. To start 'sweating the shirt' this season, we suggest several forms of outdoor sports that are very topical and that promise to help athletes achieve their basic goals: to be in shape, feel good about themselves and never stop having fun. Watch out, they are catchy!
Hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis that destroy everything. Natural disasters have devastating consequences for the cities that suffer them. Furthermore, the lack of technical resources and physical obstacles make the work of the emergency services difficult.
By 2020, 60% of the world population will live in cities, according to different studies. If urban air pollution is already a problem, with this increase in population, the situation would be unsustainable. Data published in El Motor claim that a Smart, the least polluting vehicle according to the publication, emits 95.71 grams of CO2 per kilometre travelled, while the most polluting is an emission of 330.74 grams per kilometre. Now let's think about the CO2 that a bicycle emits, there is no comparison.
Above average cognitive ability, a high level of creativity and great commitment to the task are the three main elements that, according to the commonly accepted theory, converge in gifted people. The early detection of these elements is one of the keys to assisting these children appropriately.
Graphene appears to be the material of the future and promises to improve our lives. This new conductive material, made up of small particles of carbon, consumes much less energy than current materials.
These times of rapid technological revolution and the exaltation of digital life over old uses can lead us to think about the technification of the future in a quick glance. However, a deeper study surprises us with the return to that perpetual evolution of metaphysics, which reminds us that we live in continuous transformation, that more than the future, it is better to focus on the present, and that our environment changes unceasingly because that is its nature.
The scientist Ricard Solé is proposing to create synthetic bacteria capable of changing the atmosphere, so that the Earth becomes more resistant to climate change.
New technologies based on artificial intelligence can make our homes more comfortable and secure. There are already refrigerators capable of doing the grocery shopping and thermostats which automatically regulate the temperature.
The prestige of a brand lies not only in its products, but in the intangible values with which it is associated in collective imagination.