Jaime got into journalism because of his love for reading. Born and bred in Spain, now Amsterdam-based, he has lived in Romania and México. He writes about a wide range of subjects, including culture, travelling and popular science.
There is a moment at the start of the movie in which the spaceship crew has to make a difficult decision: Whether they should change their course to the Sun in order to approach a lost spaceship. They discuss the pros and cons, and finally one of them suggests to vote. The answer from anotherREAD MORE
Moderate to binge drinking can damage your memory abilities The drinker might not experience any functioning problems in the short term, says graduate student Megan Anderson, of Rutgers University, but in the long term the story may be different. New research published in Neuroscience shows that moderate to binge drinking reduces the number of nerveREAD MORE
Chris Kotsiopoulos captures amazing pictures which he posts on his website Greek Sky. This one was made at Sounio, in Greece, and shows a last quarter moonrise and the temple of Poseidon. Click on the image to enlarge it. Photo credit: Chris Kotsiopoulos Source: Greek SkyREAD MORE
Listen to bridges “Sing in the Rain” It might become the most efficient and cost-effective method to check if a bridge needs repairing: Just spray the bridge’s deck with water and record the sound. That way, according to researchers at the Brigham Young University, in the US, may be possible to detect delamination (separation ofREAD MORE
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