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The price of cheap flights
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The price of cheap flights

The price of air tickets: surcharges for various services not included in the initial price Cheap flights are, of course, sometimes real “bargains”, but more than one low-cost airline has already been fined by the authorities for misleading advertising . The price of a plane ticket for a cheap flight may not be so cheap.

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Flights Madrid - Bucharest

Esayjet has launched an attractive offer of cheap flights Madrid - Bucharest for just 18.99 euros one way (all inclusive). The easyjet offer allows you to fly from. The frequency of 4 weekly flights between these two capitals is as follows: Days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Departures from Madrid: 4:50 p.m. Departures from Bucharest: 10:15 p.m. Although esayjet refers to the offer as a tourist attraction, the truth is is that the large number of Romanian immigrants makes this flight a great opportunity for all those who can travel on the dates indicated in the offer.
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Artificial brain

A startup company tries to create an artificial brain The eyes work with the brain to show it the world. A company called Vicarious believes that computers could learn to do the same and is developing software that tries to process visual information in the same way that the brain does.
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Using the "like" button on Facebook is an act of communication

Social networks have become one of the most used means of communication. On a daily basis, most human beings use the virtual communication that Facebook offers to interact. The use of the "like" button on Facebook with respect to a photo, a comment or in relation to content uploaded to said social network, is a act of communication between people.
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Cheap flights Madrid - Edinburgh

The cheap flights airline easyJet launches the connection between Madrid and Edinburgh tomorrow, Sunday, February 25, with the frequency of flights being daily. 5:30 p.m. With this, easyjet continues with the project of making Madrid the largest center for cheap flights in Spain.Edinburgh is, after London, the second most visited tourist city in the United Kingdom by the Spanish, and they despite that until now there was no direct air connection.
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Can a "like" on Facebook challenge the impartiality of a Judge?

The so common use that we make of the RRSS in recent times, makes it so simple and "public" for us to show our tastes and opinions, that sometimes we can raise some other conflict at a professional level. It is the case of a Gijón Criminal Judge, whose impartiality to decide on a possible crime of libel has recently been questioned.
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How to help an addict

Helping an Alcoholic A significant part of premature mortality involves the use of addictive substances. It is in our power that this serious problem is reduced and completely eliminated, so we must know everything related to addiction and how to help an addict. What is addiction?
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Sleep monitoring pajamas

Start-up Nyx Devices has developed an electronic knit pajamas to monitor the wearer's breathing patterns. A small chip in a shirt pocket processes the data to determine the phase of sleep the person wearing pajamas is in: such as the REM phase (when we dream), the light sleep phase or the deep sleep phase. .
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Hatchlings with sperm from frozen mice

Scientists obtain healthy offspring from frozen mouse sperm According to an article published Aug. 15 in the online version of The Guardian, the story of Jurassic Park could come true. In this way, species long extinct could be brought back to life. Sperm is often frozen for use in assisted reproduction of humans and animals, as well as for the conservation of endangered species, but unfortunately, sperm is thawed. you cannot always fertilize an egg.
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Advancement that allows people in a vegetative state to communicate

Brain imaging allows a vegetative patient to communicate: According to new research, some people who are considered to be in a vegetative state may be more aware than previously thought and even able to communicate. One of the patients in the study, published today in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), was able to correctly answer a series of yes or no questions, with his answers being interpreted through brain imaging.
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Epilepsy: Keys to know it

What is epilepsy, treatment and how to act in case of an epileptic seizure It is a condition that is often misunderstood, so we are going to explain some facts about this disease that can help us to know it better. Facts about epilepsy that you may not know1. Epilepsy not a rare condition There are more than twice as many people with epilepsy as people with cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and cystic fibrosis combined.
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Children are more vulnerable to exposure from nanomaterials

A research study has reported that the level of exposure to titanium dioxide nanoparticles in children may be much higher than in adults, as children consume larger amounts of sweets containing these nanoparticles. Paul Westerhoff and colleagues provide the first comprehensive information on the amounts of titanium dioxide nanoparticles present in a wide variety of consumer products, from cosmetics to food coloring.
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Google loses a lawsuit against G-mail

According to an article published on 2 February 2007 on ITWeek.co.uk, Google has lost the legal battle to register its Gmail trademark in Europe, after a German court ruled in favor of businessman Daniel Giersch, owner of the German website G-mail.Giersch has owned this brand since 2001 and has been in dispute with Google over its mail service since its announcement in 2004.
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MSN and Encarta search engine

Key Features: Encarta Encyclopedia, two hours MSN has officially launched MSN Search worldwide today after months of waiting and some delay over initially planned plans. The search engine, developed entirely by Microsoft, has been in beta (testing) since November 2004.
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The most important emerging technologies in 2008

According to Technology Review, these are the most important and impactful technological advances of 2008: 1. Modeling the unexpected: According to Eric Horvitz, the combination of massive amounts of data, insights into human psychology, and machine learning can help predict and manage unexpected events.
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Nanotechnology and alternative energies

NanoMarkets has just published a new study on the impact of nanotechnology on energy technologies. It is titled “How Nanotechnology is Changing the Energy Equation”. The publication is part of a research work carried out by NanoMarkets on the emerging alternative energy sector, and deals with topics such as fuels. fossil, nanocatalysts, solar energy, fuel cells, wind energy, biomass and geothermal energy.
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Scratches on wood

Scratches in the wood make our doors, tables, chairs, etc., look very deteriorated, when in some cases they are practically new. There are several tricks that will allow us to repair or hide these scratches. Other tricks against scratches Depending on the wood surface (eg floors), plasticine also works well, softening it a little before applying it and adding lacquer.
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Ryanair offers free flights to ski areas

According to an article published this week on cheapflights.co.uk, the well-known low-cost airline Ryanair is offering 'free' flights from British destinations to ski resorts for next winter, which means that passengers will only have to pay the fees. and corresponding taxes.
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Google, YouTube and copyright

Possible Copyright Issues for Google Due to Buying YouTube According to an article published on October 13, 2006 by Reuters, the purchase of YouTube will serve to propel Google into the growing market for video ads, but also make it the heir to potential lawsuits independent film production companies, television studios, etc.
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Flashlight that serves as a police weapon

New Disabling Flashlight According to an article published this month in Technology Review, soon not only will police flashlights temporarily blind robbers, but they will be able to cope by disorienting them and causing them to vomit. Once the suspects stumble, the police can arrest and handcuff them.
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Virtual worlds benefit children

New research indicates that virtual worlds can be very useful for children to rehearse what they will do in real life. They are also a more impactful and engaging alternative to other entertainment, such as watching TV.In this research, conducted by David Gauntlett and Lizzie Jackson of the University of Westminster, the first children to experience the virtual world Adventure Rock were surveyed and interviewed of the BBC, aimed at an audience between the ages of 6 and 12.
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