When you imagine the Pacific Northwest of the United States, you think of the green ferns, the moss-covered trees in Olympic National Park, or the Hoh Rain Forest, where annual rainfall is measured in hundreds of inches. Humidity, vegetation, evergreens, abundant rivers.
By Angela Barraza Risso We all know the importance of being informed, of having an important critical apparatus and of how fundamental social conscience is to make a difference; especially against the States that, unfortunately, in many cases, when the administrations come to power, they adopt a passive role in the face of social, labor, health protection issues, etc.
By Aldo Norberto Bonaveri Without a doubt one of the great issues of the 21st century is that of transgenic foods; The debate around this goes far beyond the scientific spheres, spreading to many sectors of society, setting up the discussion in various countries. Throughout the world, conferences have multiplied, long arguments have been written, and rivers of ink is poured into the media for and against.
There is no doubt that advances in the world of neuroscience have led to its application in dozens of sectors, and publicity has not been immune to it. Hence, neuromarketing has emerged, capable of applying new marketing methods and techniques so advanced that they are even capable of playing with our minds.
Inspiration from the peasant economy I was born urban, I grew up globalized and became a productivist. I was born in the city and only the summers brought me closer to the town of my grandparents. As the television said, my vacations were spent in an old and outdated place. Growing up, I was globalized by an invisible sucking force; The culture of the USA on the horse of John Wayne won all the battles and monopolized all the areas of life.
Located near La Paz, the Illimani glacier symbolizes 18,000 years of climatic archives, that is to say that the analysis of the extracted ice samples will allow us to know the evolution of the climate during this period, the scientists point out. Currently, these "archives" are in This is a danger, because due to the increase in global temperature, the glaciers are melting and “the meltwater seeps into the interior and erases the geochemical records that (…) interest” glaciologists, explains Jérôme Chappellaz, director of research at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS).