Technology

Alan Turing: The Genius Scientist Who Took His Life Due To Homophobia


August 22, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Alan Turing was a genius scientist who helped end the war and established the foundations of modern computing. However, he was tried and convicted for his sexuality.

Ignoring A Baby's Cry Might Be The Reason Why Some People Are More Aggressive Than Others


August 21, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

According to studies, when you ignore a crying baby they can develop aggressive tendencies in the future, not to mention other deficiencies in the brain.

Songs That'll Wake You Up In The Mornings, Even If You Are A Robot... On Mars


August 17, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

NASA made a playlist with songs to wake up its Mars rover, but it is so energetic that we want to try it now.

35 Years Of Video Games History Featured In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate


August 8, 2018

|Cultura Colectiva

From the popular Super Mario to Pokémon, "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" features 71 characters from 32 different video games.

Anatomist Alice Roberts Determined What The Perfect Female Body Should Look Like


July 27, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Anatomist Alice Roberts determined what the perfect female body should look like taking some traits of other species to create a superhuman.

Feeling Emotionally Dizzy? It's Not You, It Might Be The Blood Moon And The Longest Eclipse Of The Century


July 25, 2018

|Cultura Colectiva

Since ancient times, eclipses have been related to emotional changes, so brace yourself for this Friday's blood moon and longest lunar eclipse.

7 Medicinal Uses Of Tequila, Besides Getting Wasted


July 24, 2018

|Zoralis Pérez

Tequila is so much more than getting blackout drunk and partying the night away. Here are 7 health benefits of tequila you could get from a shot.

When Did Neil Armstrong Land On The Moon And Why Do Some People Still Believe It Didn't Happen?


July 20, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

It was a giant leap for mankind, but did Neil Armstrong land on the Moon? It's been almost 50 years, and people still wonder if the 1969 event was real.

Ötzi The Iceman's Tattoos: What The Oldest Tattoos Ever Discovered Meant For Our Copper Age Ancestors


July 17, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

A thorough scan of Ötzi The Iceman's mummified body determined that his 61 tattoos served a medical purpose.

Want To Work Better and Live Longer? Don't Wear A Tie


July 16, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

Recent studies reported that when people wear a tie, there is a higher risk of reducing blood flow to the brain.