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The Internet continues to transform our history

The Internet continues to transform our history

Over the last few years, the Internet has completely transformed our lives in a transversal way, directly affecting the economy, politics and society in general.In addition, the speed with which technological innovations occur implies the arrival of the fourth industrial revolution, characterized by the rise of new terms such as Artificial Intelligence, new telecommunications networks or robotics, at the same time that online is applied to any type of everyday object.

Oracle yes or no - The one who does not fail and is reliable for love

Oracle yes or no - The one who does not fail and is reliable for love

Throughout history, much has been said about the oracle yes or no, since there have always been those people to whom everyone listens, with veneration and respect for their great wisdom Luna Vila: 919 991 039 806 533 561 Esmeralda Llanos and Omitie : With Card or PayPal: 912 529 419 Line 806: 806 533 592 For USA, Canada and Puerto Rico: 001-305-507-8029 Argentina: 00 54 11 52 19 88 20 Mexico: 00 52 55 85 26 60 10 The oracles had as main objective, give answers and solutions through deities, pythia or Greek or Roman fortune teller.

Who was Zenodotus of Ephesus? The first librarian of the Library of Alexandria

Who was Zenodotus of Ephesus? The first librarian of the Library of Alexandria

Zenodotus of Ephesus was the first director of the Library of Alexandria (± 284), and who set out to classify the epic and lyrical poets, some of whom came to publish. Zenodotus produced a 'Homeric Glossary' on the works of Homer in the who frequently guessed the meaning of difficult words, which led to paving the way for the academic study of the language.

Peru opens Machu Picchu only for a Japanese tourist who has waited almost 7 months to enter

Peru opens Machu Picchu only for a Japanese tourist who has waited almost 7 months to enter

The inhabitants of the area baptized Takayama as "the last tourist of Machu Picchu", because during all this time he was the only foreigner left in the town waiting for the reopening of the archaeological site. The Peruvian authorities have only opened the ruins of Machu Picchu to allow the visit of a Japanese tourist who, due to the pandemic, has had to wait almost 7 months to enter the Inca citadel.

An old and rare coin commemorating the assassination of Julius Caesar goes up for auction

An old and rare coin commemorating the assassination of Julius Caesar goes up for auction

Until now only two such gold coins were known, which were issued 2,000 years ago.One of the most legendary coins of the ancient world, the one celebrating the assassination of the Roman dictator Julius Caesar, has been put up for auction in the United Kingdom. reported the US entity Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, which provides coin authentication and certification services.

They find mummified llamas that would have been buried alive by the Incas more than 500 years ago in Peru

They find mummified llamas that would have been buried alive by the Incas more than 500 years ago in Peru

Radiocarbon dating of the find also shows that the Incas reached the Acari Valley earlier than previously thought. Four mummified llamas, among other offerings, were unearthed by archaeologists at a site in Tambo Viejo, which was an Inca administrative and ceremonial center. in the Acari Valley, located on the southern coast of Peru.

The 8 best actions to benefit from future crises: Stock market, investments, etc.

The 8 best actions to benefit from future crises: Stock market, investments, etc.

As a result of various circumstances, a general destabilization has been generated worldwide, be it social, political, but, most importantly, economic. That is why it is necessary to always take into account a selection of stocks that behave positively in times of crisis, which are made up of those stocks that recover very quickly from falls and that are interesting to have in the portfolio, for For this reason, we offer you a series of alternatives that may benefit you during these difficult times.

Over 2,000-year-old stone tablet with Hellenistic writing discovered in Iraq

Over 2,000-year-old stone tablet with Hellenistic writing discovered in Iraq

A team of Iraqi archaeologists found in the Balyuz Hills, in the Kurdistan region, a fragment of a stone pillar with an ancient inscription dating back more than 2,000 years, the National Museum of Duhok city reported last week. The discovery was made last March, but only recently have researchers been able to estimate its age.

Humans visited the Paleolithic paintings in the Ojo Guareña cave for 12,000 years

Humans visited the Paleolithic paintings in the Ojo Guareña cave for 12,000 years

From 13,000 years ago to a thousand years ago, various groups of humans from the Paleolithic to the Middle Ages repeatedly and frequently visited the cave art in the Sala de las Pinturas of the Ojo Guareña cavity in Burgos, the largest cave in Spain. This is confirmed by a study that has analyzed and dated the small fragments of charcoal to make bonfires and paintings inside.

Accurate seers on dates the best accurate tarot readers

Accurate seers on dates the best accurate tarot readers

The most ideal thing is that you resort to accurate seers on dates, the best anticipated tarot readers. In this article we will tell you about the best psychics who will give you accurate predictions, through the different divination methods they know. And, of course, also, through their innate gift of clairvoyance.

Jordi Agustí biography

Jordi Agustí biography

Jordi Agustí is ICREA Research Professor at the Institut Català de Paleoecologia Humana i Evolució Social (Tarragona). He is a specialist in fossil mammals, his research activity has focused on the environmental changes that have influenced the evolution of our lineage. He has directed projects in North Africa and the Caucasus, and is part of the research team in the Georgian town of Dmanisi, where the oldest hominid remains in Eurasia have been found.

They find a 2,000-year-old altar in Turkey that is wound by a stone snake

They find a 2,000-year-old altar in Turkey that is wound by a stone snake

The ritual object was found during archaeological work in the "cradle of civilizations", as the ancient city of Patara is known due to the many settlements it housed. A group of archaeologists announced the discovery of an altar carved in marble and with a snake figure dating more than 2.

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The "White Book of Mathematics" proposes 64 measures to promote this science in Spain

The Royal Spanish Mathematical Society and the Ramón Areces Foundation present an exhaustive analysis of the situation of mathematics in aspects such as education, career opportunities, socioeconomic impact, outreach, gender equality, internationalization and research.

African crocodiles lived in Valencia six million years ago

African crocodiles lived in Valencia six million years ago

Crocodiles that inhabited the shores of North Africa during the late Miocene embarked on crossing what is now the Mediterranean basin to reach Europe. This is confirmed by the analysis of the first fossils of the genus Crocodylus from the Iberian Peninsula, found in the Valencian site of Venta del Moro between 1995 and 2006, and which are now being described for the first time.

The 5 scariest scenes in the horror game Outlast

The 5 scariest scenes in the horror game Outlast

Outlast is a horror game for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One that has managed to rescue the classic combination of terror and survival. Without weapons or protection, players only have one camera to see and investigate the Sanitarium of Mount Massive, a full place of terrifying and unsettling moments.

They discover an important sanctuary in the palace of Zominthos in Crete

They discover an important sanctuary in the palace of Zominthos in Crete

The 'highest' palace in Crete, the Zominthos Palace, continues to be excavated by the Archaeological Society under the auspices of the Honorary Director of Antiquities, Dr. Efi Sapouna-Sakellaraki. Despite difficult conditions (COVID-19), the excavation was carried out with all mandatory protection measures.

Eva Duarte the best psychic in Spain according to internet opinions

Eva Duarte the best psychic in Spain according to internet opinions

Bad times, anxiety and uncertainty paralyze us and do not let us live fully. When we are going through tough and difficult circumstances, the first thing we feel is the need to talk to someone, find out what the future holds and fill ourselves with hope and strength to move forward.

Photos of the last Russian tsar Nicholas II naked resurface and go viral in networks

Photos of the last Russian tsar Nicholas II naked resurface and go viral in networks

The photographs began to spread on social networks, after a famous Brazilian digital colourist posted them on her Twitter account to commemorate the centenary of the execution of members of Russia's last royal family, the RT chain, in collaboration with the Archive Russian State, launched in 2018 the Romanovs100 project, which told the story of the Romanovs in 4.

Play Call of War online for free

Play Call of War online for free

In Call of War you will experience the Second World War in the first person through tank confrontations, naval battles and exciting aerial combats, being able to rewrite the course of history.Take control of one of the powerful nations during the times of the Second War World and with it, conquer provinces, forge alliances and strengthen your economy.

An exceptional Roman-era vase found in a tomb in France

An exceptional Roman-era vase found in a tomb in France

The discovery took place when specialists were excavating 230 graves in a large necropolis. The French National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research discovered in Autun (France) an "exceptional" vase from the late Roman period during excavations in an ancient tomb.