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Blog posts December 2015

I can only think very small thoughts

Francisco Miraval

I recently read Parallel Worlds, one of the many books by renown physicist Michio Kaku. And, once again, I had the same feeling I always had every time I read this kind of books: my thoughts are very small and quite limited.

In this book, Kaku explore the necessary steps to eventua…

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Mis pensamientos siguen siendo muy pequeños

Francisco Miraval

Recientemente me decidí a leer el libro Mundo Paralelos, del conocido físico Michio Kaku. Y como me sucede cada vez que leo libros de ese calibre, una vez más comprendí que mis pensamientos son muy pequeños y muy limitados.

En ese libro, Kaku analiza los pasos necesarios para …

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There is no room for “them” in our society

Francisco Miraval

I never met Katie in person. I know that she is a real person and that she lives in Denver. I recently received some information about her and I can say her expertise, education, and credentials are impeccable.

Katie is still relatively Young. She completed a college degree in thea…

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No lugar para ellos en nuestra sociedad

Francisco Miraval

No conozco personalmente a Katie, pero sé que es una persona real que vive en Denver. Recientemente me enviaron información sobre ella y su experiencia, educación y credenciales son impecables.

Katie, todavía relativamente joven, completó su carrera universitaria (en teatro y en…

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What’s the real value of the things we simply throw away?

Francisco Miraval

A few days ago I was listening to Iowa Public Radio and I heard about a fruit I never heard before, called Osage oranges or hedge apples, among several other names. Because it lacks all nutritional value, it is simply discarded and left to rotten.

This fruit, also called horse appl…

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¿Cuánto realmente vale lo que desechamos con tanta facilidad?

Francisco Miraval

Recientemente me enteré de la existencia de una fruta que crece naturalmente en ciertas zonas del norte de Estados Unidos y que, por carecer de todo valor nutritivo o comercial, simplemente se la ignora.

La fruta se conoce como falsas naranjas o naranjas Osage. Es verde por afuera…

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