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How are lightning created?

Summer is synonymous with sun, but also with storms. Who has not contemplated one from the protection that the home gives that electrical display that is lightning?

Valtteri Bottas present at KIO THINK & TRANSFORM 2022

Driver Valtteri Bottas and his team manager at Alfa Romeo F1® Team ORLEN, Alessandro Alunni Bravi shared the importance of digital acceleration in Formula 1.

Sex education is no longer seen at school, but on Tik Tok

In social networks, minors are solving their doubts about sexuality. This can bring multiple benefits and risks. We explain what they are and how to find the right content.

How global warming will affect astronomy

Astronomical observations around the world will worsen in quality as a result of climate change, according to a new study.

New images of Saturn's rings in stunning detail

New images of Saturn's rings in stunning detail

Review: Call of Duty Modern Warfare II; the title made for the fans

Activision presented the new version of one of the most endearing stories of its Modern Warfare saga. Is it redeemed after the criticism of Vanguard?

NASA discovers more than 50 areas that emit exorbitant levels of greenhouse gases

NASA's 'EMIT' spectrometer locates has targeted Central Asia, the Middle East and the US among others.

LAST MINUTE: Elon Musk is already the owner of Twitter

The purchase of the social network by the billionaire was finalized today for the price agreed at the beginning, 44,000 million dollars.

The iPhone saves Apple's revenue, but not enough to completely rid the crisis

Despite having lower sales of its products and services, the company managed to have satisfactory results.

Prime Day does not save Amazon and reports only 15% growth

The big tech companies are disappointing shareholders and Wall Street's response is to stop betting on them.

Goodbye to “irregular import” cell phones: ZTE will block them in Mexico

The company explained that it will send a message to the smartphones from which it "does not recognize" its import.

The remains of an alien world could lie deep within the Earth

In turns with the theory of the Great Impact, the brutal collision between a protoplanet and a young Earth, which resulted in the formation of the Moon.

This is what the depths of the Messier 99 galaxy look like

Messier 99 is a spiral galaxy of great design and thanks to the European Southern Observatory, we see it in great detail.

Ingenuity makes its second successful flight on Mars

New hit! The small helicopter has carried out a second test of 52 seconds and 5 meters of altitude.

MISA, the tactile guitar without strings

Cordless, touchscreen, and based on the open source Linux operating system. This is the new Misa Digital guitar created by an Australian designer, which promises to revolutionize the concept of electronic music. The left hand moves through its 24 frets while the right operates the touch screen, which allows you to easily modify the parameters of the sound like a synthesizer.

What is the Global Viroma Project?

The 'Global Virome Project' estimates that around 1.6 million unknown viruses circulate in wildlife, and half of them have zoonotic potential.

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What is heat conduction?

Why does putting a plate of food in the microwave heat the plate before the food? We explain it to you so that you understand how heat conduction works, which is neither more nor less than an energy exchange.

Why can't everyone be hypnotized?

Hypnosis is a method widely used as therapy to treat psychological conditions such as phobias and anxiety states. However, not all people are equally receptive to this technique and some patients cannot reach the trance state of hypnosis. Now, a group of researchers from Stanford University (USA) has discovered that, in these people, the activity of the areas of the brain related to attention and decision-making is lower than in those who are easily hypnotized.

What are the strange lights that were seen during the earthquake in Mexico?

Social networks were flooded with videos that showed strange flashes of light.

Quitting Smoking: A Matter of Will … and DNA

Chinese researchers find that having a variant of a gene related to dopamine makes it easier to quit smoking.

How to download and install any application on Amazon Fire TV

Do you have Amazon Fire TV and want to learn how to install other third-party applications? We explain step by step how you can achieve it.

Best Astronomy Photos of 2014 – Aurora Over a Glacial Lake

The Royal Observatory in Greenwich (United Kingdom) has awarded the prizes for the best astronomical photographs of 2014. The snapshots collect impressive moments from our solar system, the sky or the great space. In this year's edition, around 1,700 photographers, both professional and amateur, from 50 different countries have participated.