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To measure the Everest

On Saturday, the 12th March, 2005
To measure the Everest

Photo: Gurinder Osan (Telecinco) The Chinese prepare to measure again the highest mountain of the world. Officially, from 1975, it has 8.848,13 meters, but evidently there is someone who is not content with these numbers and they are going to be verified by a Chinese team of topographers, cartographers and mountaineers. The scientists think that the erosion...
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China writes tourist development plan of the Tibet

On Monday, the 7th March, 2005
China writes tourist development plan of the Tibet

Evidently, the Chinese in his emulation desarrollista want to turn the Tibet into his particular Benidorm. A Benidorm without beaches, but with enough tourist attraction as to turn it into a big thematic park. Poor person Dalai licks. Perhaps give him a quizmaster's position, like those that in Disneyland are disguised of the mouse...
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The sphinx of Mars

On Friday, the 11th February, 2005
The sphinx of Mars

The face of Mars or the birth of a contemporary myth The first photo of Viking (1976) The matter of the Martian sphinx is interesting because seldom we have the opportunity to contemplate the birth of a myth before our own eyes. I sum the history up for the one who should not know it, that I suppose will be very few. In...
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Meditation Buddhist and neuroscience

On Sunday, the 16th January, 2005
Meditation Buddhist and neuroscience

Can the meditation alter the human mind? Taking the titled article as a starting point Brain Buddhist published yesterday in The World, I have looked for information in the network about the investigations that the scientists have come realizing on the form in which the meditation practised by the monks Buddhists can alter the human mind....
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Maps

On Tuesday, the 16th November, 2004
Maps

There has died Arthur H. Robinson, the investigator who solved the so called problem of Greenland in the maps, typical of the projections of the geographer of the XVIth century Gerardus Mercator. The problem derives from the inability to project a sphere (the Earth) on a flat surface (a map) preserving simultaneously the forms, dimensions and surfaces. In...
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Crisis and reinvention of the contemporary city

On Thursday, the 4th November, 2004
Crisis and reinvention of the contemporary city

Archipelago 62 is Always pleasant to verify that a new number of the magazine Archipelago is in the street. In this case, for three reasons: the first one, which is the best magazine of critical thought that exists in Spain; the second one, that this On September 62, 2004, which I have in my hands, is...
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Engineering Hispanic Muslim

On Thursday, the 16th September, 2004
Engineering Hispanic Muslim

I free from the Foundation Engineering and Society Edita Colegio of Engineers of Ways The first reprint of the book that contains the papers of XII summer Course of Civil engineering, organized by the Foundation Engineering and Society in collaboration with the University of Castilla-La Mancha, it is a good motive for commenting on it. Miguel says in the prologue...
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