World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice

Twenty-five years ago, the Union of Concerned Scientists and more than 1700 independent scientists, including the majority of living Nobel laureates in the sciences, penned the 1992 “World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity” (see supplemental file S1). These concerned professionals called on humankind to curtail environmental destruction and cautioned that “a great change in our stewardship […]

Toy, Yello’s last album

My impression of the new album, Toy     The await was long, but finally arrived. The new album of Yello, Toy, is impressive, exceeding my personal expectations about an album of this kind of music that is released nowadays.     By far, my favourite song is Frautonium, and it’s because it uses a […]

Bridge to Brisbane 2016

Like every year (since 2015) we participated in the Bridge to Brisbane fundraising race. We took the 5 km option, easy. Here are some photos and videos of the achievement! =P  

‘Quixote & México’ vs ‘Quijote & Méjico’

Navegando por Internet he encontrado algunos interesantes debates sobre la pronunciación de la x en el español, donde sobresalen términos como ‘Don Quixote‘ o ‘México‘, los cuales se deben pronunciar como si tuviese una J, esto es, como ‘Don Quijote‘ o ‘Méjico‘. Aunque aquí tenemos la primera diferencia porque, en escritos contemporáneos, encontramos ‘Don Quijote‘ […]

The Bechdel-Wallace test

  The rules now known as the Bechdel-Wallace test first appeared in 1985 in Alison Bechdel’s comic strip Dykes To Watch Out For. In a strip titled “The Rule“, two women, who resemble the future characters Mo and Ginger, discuss seeing a film and the black woman explains that she only goes to a movie […]