Algo sobre los caminos al conocimiento... - Ciencias II énfasis en física. Secundaria El ser humano gracias a su facultad de raciocinio, se ha cuestionado incansablemente acerca de todo en este universo en el que habita, desde aquello que lo rodea que es físico y material, hasta aquello que no es tangible, que solo habita en el pensamiento, en la abstracción y de lo que puede solo especular y teorizar. Y en su labor por tratar de responder estas preguntas, ha tomado muchos caminos que lo han llevado a otras esferas de conocimiento. Algunos de estos caminos son por ejemplo: La filosofía, la ciencia, la metafísica, la religión, la teología y el arte. Tabletop Whale Hi guys! My name is Eleanor and I'm a self-employed artist from Seattle. This blog post is the first installment of what will hopefully be a year-long infographic design project.
Homeopathy effective for 0 out of 68 illnesses, study finds 1/32 Long commutes carry health risks Hours of commuting may be mind-numbingly dull, but new research shows that it might also be having an adverse effect on both your health and performance at work. Longer commutes also appear to have a significant impact on mental wellbeing, with those commuting longer 33 per cent more likely to suffer from depression Shutterstock 2/32 You cannot be fit and fat It is not possible to be overweight and healthy, a major new study has concluded. The study of 3.5 million Britons found that even “metabolically healthy” obese people are still at a higher risk of heart disease or a stroke than those with a normal weight range Getty Images/iStockphoto 3/32 Sleep deprivation When you feel particularly exhausted, it can definitely feel like you are also lacking in brain capacity.
New AI can work out whether you're gay or straight from a photograph Artificial intelligence can accurately guess whether people are gay or straight based on photos of their faces, according to new research that suggests machines can have significantly better “gaydar” than humans. The study from Stanford University – which found that a computer algorithm could correctly distinguish between gay and straight men 81% of the time, and 74% for women – has raised questions about the biological origins of sexual orientation, the ethics of facial-detection technology, and the potential for this kind of software to violate people’s privacy or be abused for anti-LGBT purposes. The machine intelligence tested in the research, which was published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and first reported in the Economist, was based on a sample of more than 35,000 facial images that men and women publicly posted on a US dating website.
The 25 Must Have Resources for Science Teachers Here is what I have been preparing for you over this weekend. Below is a list featuring some great resources for science teachers. These resources provide a wide variety of materials for teaching science from lesson plans, printables, activities, technology resources and many more. Why IQs Rise When Nations Experience Rapid Economic Development By Louis Putterman Just in case you haven’t heard this before, I’ve got some information for you that you might find a bit troubling. In their 2006 book titled IQ and Global Inequality, intelligence experts Richard Lynn and Tatu Vanhanen report that setting the average measured IQ in the U.K. at 100, people in the U.S. had average IQs of 100 and 98, respectively. People in the Central African Republic, Mali and Kenya had average IQs of 64, 69 and 72.
10 Google Plus Communities Every Teacher should Know about Google Plus has recently rolled out some very impressive updates to its features starting by improvements of the page lay-out to improvements in Google Plus Communities. Last year, Google integrated Google Plus into its ecosystem. Google calls this access to “your web.” Alternative Medicine Kills Cancer Patients, Study Finds Chiropractic, homeopathy, acupuncture, juice diets, and other forms of unproven alternative medicine cannot cure cancer, no matter what some quacks might claim. Unfortunately, vulnerable cancer patients turn to these charlatans every year rather than visit real doctors, hoping for a miracle treatment to purge them of their monstrous disease. But as a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute makes painfully clear, as a treatment for cancer, alternative medicine does not cure; it kills.
Diagrams: Decorative Cubes Jump to Navigation LOGIN|REGISTER|Lost password?|What's this? Search form You are here What's Really Warming the World? Climate deniers blame natural factors; NASA data proves otherwise Climate scientists tend not to report climate results in whole temperatures. Instead, they talk about how the annual temperature departs from an average, or baseline. They call these departures "anomalies."