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Science craze: 7 hours of science. I dare you watch them all in one day!

Yesterday and Saturday were lazy days for me. I had some work to do, but otherwise made sure to spend hours upon hours watching documentaries, online videos of courses. In the first video you see a team from Fermilab, US talking about a specific topic, like what are neutrinos or the importance of an operator […]

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Thomas Edison, the business man who reinvented the world

It is a known fact that Thomas Edison was a great businessman and that he also improved on previous inventions. You would believe that he was the father of the electric age, but it was Nikola Tesla, one of the greatest geeks of all times, who invented alternate current to send electricity far away. Thomas […]

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Tesla, the greatest geek of all times

The Oatmeal created a gigantic infographic about Tesla, which was called the greatest geek of all times. A true geek is not very keep to social interaction and likes to play with his toys, to know his line of work the best he can and enjoys a certain type of things, depending on the passions […]

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A short history of Thomas Edison

Born in 1847 and died 1931. We was more a businessman than an inventor. He did invent the phonograph and the motion picture camera. The incandescent light bulb was an improvement of previous tries of other inventors. Although some consider that we give too much credit to him let’s not forget that it takes a […]

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