Fri. Jan 17th, 2020


Without science, the world would never have evolved or discovered many mysteries, but we still have much more to learn.

The chemistry of love: Part 1

Albert Einstein once said that to explain what we feel for that special person under the strict terms of the chemistry of love is to detract magic from the matter. However, whether we like it or not, there are processes such as attraction or the most obsessive passion where neurochemistry itself delimits a fascinating and very complex territory that also defines part of who we are.

The chemistry of love: Part 2

In the cascade of emotional reactions there is electricity (neuronal discharges) and there is chemistry (hormones and other substances involved). They are the ones that make a love passion out of control of our lives and they are the ones that explain a good part of the signs of falling in love.

How a quantum computer works

Since the first computer appeared, the world ceased to be the same. Problems of complex characteristics could be solved much more quickly and easily and this was what caused that each time the computer science was evolving at a monstrous pace.

Ocean Acidification

“Ocean acidification is the name given to the ongoing decrease in the pH of the Earth's oceans, caused by the absorption of anthropogenic carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. It is estimated that between 1751 and 1994 the pH of the ocean surface has dropped from approximately 8.179 to 8.104 ”