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Y este es mi círculo de Science & Skepticism (en english)
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Este es mi círculo de escépticos en español (más que nada Argentinos) +Matias Castro 
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If you think you can't be fooled, then you are fooling yourself.

Si creés que no te pueden engañar, te estás engañando.
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completamente cierto. ha que estar alertas hasta de nuestros propios autoengaños :-)
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Excelente respuesta. 

"we won’t do is pretend that the work of lunatic charlatans is the equivalent of “true scientific discourse”"
Alternative medicine advocates petitioned the founder of Wikipedia to reign in skeptics. Here's how he replied.
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Astronaut Rick Mastracchio shared this wide angle shot out the cupola window on the International Space Station while orbiting "somewhere over Africa" earlier today.

Aboard the orbiting complex Friday, Koichi Wakata, Mastracchio and Mikhail Tyurin tackled a range of scientific experiments and performed some routine maintenance and cleaning to get the station shipshape for the arrival of their three new crewmates on Tuesday.

The Soyuz carrying NASA astronaut Steve Swanson and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Oleg Artemyev is scheduled to lift off from Baikonur at 5:17 p.m. EDT Tuesday (3:17 a.m. Wednesday, Kazakh time) and dock to the Poisk mini-research module at 11:04 p.m. NASA Television will provide live coverage of all the events, including the hatch opening planned for 12:45 a.m. Wednesday.

Image credit: NASA
#nasa #space #iss #spacestation #africa #earthpix #earth #onorbit

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And for those of you that need no prompting to watch Cosmos because you're just naturally awesome... this is just for fun...

#carlsagan   #neildegrassetyson   #cosmos   #science   #kids   #family  
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Is there a plugin that highlights portals that have been owned for more than certain amount of days? 
I'm trying to make my own script using bits and pieces from other scripts and absolutely no knowledge of java and predictably failing miserably. 
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Un cielo lleno de fantasmas? La nota de hoy en el blog es sobre la repetida creencia de que las estrellas que vemos en el cielo ya no existen. Pero, es así? Coincidentemente, acabo de ver el avance lde capítulo de esta semana de Cosmos, donde William Herschel (en la voz de Patrick Stewart) se lo cuenta a su hijo John. Por lo que vi, es tan inexacto como el cometa haciendo ruido en el capítulo anterior, o el cinturón de asteroide repleto que vimos en el primer capítulo. Et tu, DeGrasse!...
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Un pequeño Carl Sagan tocando el piano en un video familiar. Más en esta colección de The Library of Congress http://www.loc.gov/collection/finding-our-place-in-the-cosmos-with-carl-sagan/about-this-collection/
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This is the Thought of a Fish.

That tiny purple blip zigging and zagging around is an individual thought of a zebrafish, moving around its brain. Japanese scientists captured it by using a probe sensitive to florescence, relying upon a particular gene called GCaMP that reacts to the presence of calcium ions by fluorescing brightly. Because calcium concentrations fluctuate when neurons fire, the florescent spot is the location of neuron activity in the fish's brain. This was confirmed by the fact that the pattern above occurred after the researchers released a paramecium into the fish's environment—and the particular brain areas activated matched the neurons that fired when the fish visually tracked a dot moving around in the same directions.


Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/the-coolest-science-of-2013-in-gifs-180948069/#1CSs8eB2dXSokzyp.99


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Charles Darwin, firmando El origen de las especies. :)
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"El comunismo, como famosamente observó Bertrand Russell, es incompatible con el cristianismo no por sus diferencias, sino por sus similitudes"·
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