Helgoland by Carlo Rovelli

Heligoland. Carlo Rovelli's book on Werner Heisenberg

The challenge of science is not only to discover or propose solutions for everything. The issue is also about offering knowledge to the world. Divulging is as necessary as it is complicated when the arguments are introduced in the depths of each discipline. But as the wise man said, we are human and nothing of…

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The death told by a sapiens to a Neanderthal

The death told by a sapiens to a Neanderthal

Not everything was going to be that blind toast to life. Because in the maxim that governs everything, that premise that indicates the existence of things only based on their opposite value, life and death make up the essential framework between whose extremes we move. And reason...

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Top 3 Oliver Sacks Books

Oliver Sacks books

When the books of a scientist about his science become a kind of popular bestsellers, it is undoubtedly because we are before a writer interested in turning his knowledge to anyone who wants to unravel, even if it is the first clues or his reflections more obvious, interesting ...

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The Great Lantern, by Maria Konnikova

The Great Lantern Book

Writer before she was a poker player, María Konnikova came to the game of card games from the impulse of every narrator who wants to approach a new narrative scenario to soak up the context. We add to the matter his doctorate in psychology and we find a sophisticated version of the Pelayo ...

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On Time and Water, by Andri Snaer Magnason

About time and water

That it is imperative to face another way of inhabiting this planet, there is no doubt. Our passage through the world is marked by landmarks as emblematic as they are insubstantial if we observe the equivalence of our time with the cosmos. So inconsequential and so capable of changing everything. The Earth will survive us and we will be ...

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How to Avoid a Climate Disaster, by Bill Gates

How to avoid climate disaster Bill Gates

The news has not been flattering for a long time, not even in the sports section (especially for a Real Zaragoza fan). And, jokes aside, the issue of globalization, climate change denied by Rajoy's scientific cousin, and this happily mutating coronavirus ...

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Extraterrestrial, by Avi Loeb

Alien The Book of Oumuamua

The full title is "Extraterrestrial: Humanity at the first sign of intelligent life beyond Earth" and it must be read at least twice to assume the significance of such an assertion. After hundreds of novels, movies, psychotropic drugs and top secrets of NASA, it seems that ...

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5 best books on sexuality

Since Dr. Ochoa appeared on the screen in the early 90s, sexuality and sexology began to walk together in the necessary ways of the most popular disclosure. The issue of sex took on the dimension of a space for dialogue and research (like everything that appears on television). The …

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The Deadliest Threat, by Michael T. Osterholm

The deadliest threat

The prophetic book that first warned against the coronavirus crisis. This book, written by one of the world's leading experts in epidemiology, anticipated the pandemic that is hitting the planet step by step. This updated edition includes a prologue in which the crisis of the ...

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