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Ficción

Ganó concurso de narrativa en 2007, 7 cuentos por @hilmonstahwr

 FicciónLos cuentos de esta colección que obtuvo mención publicación en un prestigioso concurso de narrativa en Venezuela hermanan a los siete principios del Kybalión, el hermético documento escrito por Hermes Trimesgisto hace milenios, con insólitas historias que sucedieron o pudieran acontecer en la vida cotidiana de cualquier persona. En estas historias la apertura del conocimiento hacia los siete preceptos de la metafísica: mentalismo, correspondencia, vibración, polaridad, péndulo, causa y efecto, o generación, puede llegar a través de una persona tan corriente como un sabio ignoto, de un animal venido de quién sabe dónde, de un artículo de periódico en una reunión que nunca existió, de un psiquiatra mago, de un sueño fallecido, o incluso empíricamente por la experiencia propia de los personajes. Por lo general, son héroes que se ven envueltos de pronto en situaciones trascendentes,




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Impact of climate change on microbial biodiversity Recommendation by @MIZAUCV

 ClimateDecember 2016. From University of Helsinki. The results are just published in the journal Nature Communications.

We still know fairly little about the specific impacts of climate change and human activity, such as nutrient enrichment of waterways, on broad geographical scales. Researchers from the Department of Geosciences and Geography at the University of Helsinki, the Finnish Environment Institute, and the Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences have studied hundreds of microcosms in mountainous regions with the aid of natural temperature gradients in the studied areas, while modifying the enrichment level in field tests.

The results indicate that the bacteria in elevated tropical areas are similar to e.g. those in arctic areas. As a result of changes in temperature and aquatic enrichment, significant alterations occur in the microcosms, and as the enrichment increases, biodiversity reduces, says Associate Professor Janne Soininen.




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Solitary bees appear to be important pollinators of native crinklemat plants. Selection of @MIZAUCV

 BeesDecember 2016 Utah State University. Utah State University entomologist Zach Portman studies a diverse group of solitary, desert bees that aren't major pollinators of agricultural crops, but fill an important role in natural ecosystems of the American Southwest, including the sizzling sand dunes of California's Death Valley.

With Terry Griswold of the USDA-ARS Pollinating Insects Research Unit at Utah State and John Neff of the Central Texas Melittological Institute in Austin, Portman reports nine, newly identified species of the genus Perdita in the December 23, 2016, issue of Zootaxa. His research was supported by a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship awarded in 2011 and a Desert Legacy Grant from the Community Foundation.

Unexpected finds include the curious ant-like males of two of the species, which are completely different in appearance from their mates.

"It's unclear why these males have this unique form, but it could indicate they spend a lot of time in the nest," Portman says. "We may find more information as we learn more about their nesting biology."




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Newton and the Equations of Nature by @techreview

 PhysicsPublished on Dec 22, 2016 by @techreview
We all know Isaac Newton for something that he never did: discovering gravity when an apple fell on his head and woke him up from a nap under a tree. This is what actually happened.




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Physicists

Who was Mileva Marić Einstein? by @GagnonPauline

 PhysicistsOn 19 December, marks the 141th anniversary of the birth of Mileva Marić Einstein. But who remembers this brilliant scientist? While her husband, Albert Einstein is celebrated as perhaps the best physicist of the 20th century, one question about his career remains: How much did his first wife contribute to his groundbreaking science? While nobody has been able to credit her with any specific part of his work, their letters and numerous testimonies presented in the books dedicated to her(1-5) provide substantial evidence on how they collaborated from the time they met in 1896 up to their separation in 1914. They depict a couple united by a shared passion for physics, music and for each other. So here is their story.
Mileva Marić was born in Titel in Serbia in 1875. Her parents, Marija Ruzić and Miloš Marić, a wealthy and respected member of his community, had two other children: Zorka and Miloš Jr. Mileva attended high school the last year girls were admitted in Serbia. In 1892, her father obtained the authorization of the Minister of Education to allow her to attend physics lectures reserved to boys. She completed her high school in Zurich in 1894 and her family then moved to Novi Sad. Mileva’s classmates described her as brilliant but not talkative. She liked to get to the bottom of things, was perseverant and worked towards her goals.




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Autism breakthrough: One protein's sweeping influence on development of autism revealed

 AutismAs many as a third of autism cases could be explained by a scarcity of a single protein in the brain, Toronto scientists have revealed. The findings provide a unique opportunity to develop treatments for a disorder that is rooted in a motley crew of genetic faults.

Researchers induced autistic-like behaviour in mice by lowering the levels of a protein called nSR100 (also known as SRRM4), which is important for normal brain development. The study, published in the December 15 issue of the journal Molecular Cell, builds on the teams' previous work which showed that the nSR100 protein was reduced in the brains of autistic people.

The teams were led by Professors Benjamin Blencowe of the University of Toronto's Donnelly Centre and Sabine Cordes of the Department of Molecular Genetics and Sinai Health System's Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute.




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Deep probe of antimatter puts Einstein’s special relativity to the test. By @NewsfromScience

 PhysicsAfter decades of effort, physicists have probed the inner working of atoms of antihydrogen—the antimatter version of hydrogen—by measuring for the first time a particular wavelength of light that they absorb. The advance opens the way to precisely comparing hydrogen and antihydrogen and, oddly, testing the special theory of relativity—Albert Einstein’s 111-year-old theory of how space and time appear to observers moving relative to one another, which, among other things, says that nothing can move faster than light.

"It's a stunning result," says Alan Kostelecky, a theorist at Indiana University in Bloomington who was not involved in the work. For decades, experimenters have dreamed of measuring the spectrum of light absorbed by antihydrogen, Kostelecky says. "Here it is. They're doing it now."

Just as an atom of hydrogen consists of an electron bound to a proton, antihydrogen is an antielectron (or positron) bound to an antiproton. Of course, antihydrogen doesn't occur in nature. Because matter and antimatter particles annihilate each other, antihydrogen would vanish as soon as it touched matter. So physicists must make the stuff in the lab. Still, they expect the properties of antihydrogen to exactly mirror those of hydrogen.




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Evaluación

Los Criterios de Evaluación

 Evaluación

Los Criterios de Evaluación


En la evaluación del aprendizaje con un enfoque educativo con orientación por competencias, ya sea para programas de estudio por asignaturas o con estructura modular o también para cursos específicos, es un requerimiento necesario y complementario a la tarea evaluadora el establecer criterios de evaluación para los diferentes objetivos o aprendizajes esperados, planteados en los diferentes programas de asignaturas o cursos.

Los criterios de evaluación, deben entenderse como indicadores concretos de aprendizaje, los cuales deberían demostrar los alumnos como producto del proceso enseñanza y aprendizaje.

También debe considerárselas como parámetros o patrones, los cuales son utilizados para designar una base de referencia para el juicio de valor que se establece al evaluar.



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Cryptocurrencies

How Cryptocurrencies Are Turning The Traditional Venture Capital Model on Its Head

 CryptocurrenciesThe decentralization effects of blockchain-based cryptocurrencies are hitting the venture capital industry in more ways than one. Whereas the traditional venture capital industry is boring, the crypto-tech industry has become more exciting. Actually, I see the two models as diametrically opposed: one is a closed market, dominated by command-and-control practices, led by a few rich people on Sand Hill Road. The other is a widely open global market where anyone can play, and where the gains and risks are more evenly distributed.

This has led to a re-thinking of how startups who are operating in the blockchain space can raise money, and it has potential implications that will revamp the relationships that venture capital firms can hope to strike with these startups.

As an investor, advisor or board member, I have been closely associated with a variety of early stage companies that are tackling the innovation explosion around cryptocurrency and blockchain-based models, and have had the fortunate insights of seeing where we might be headed.




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Academias

Conozca al Palacio de Las Academias de Caracas.

 AcademiasLa Academia de Ciencias Físicas, Matemáticas y Naturales fue creada por Ley del Congreso de los Estados Unidos de Venezuela del 19 de junio de 1917; no obstante, los primeros individuos de número fueron nombrados el 19 de junio de 1933. El Reglamento de la corporación lo promulgó el entonces Ministerio de Instrucción Pública con fecha 23 de noviembre del mismo año de 1933. Desde entonces ha sido dos veces modificado, mediante resoluciones número 3 de 29 de febrero de 1972 y número 418 del 4 de julio de 1986, ambas emanadas del Ministerio de Educación de la República de Venezuela.
La Academia propenderá al fomento de las Ciencias Físicas, Matemáticas y Naturales, promoviendo acciones en el ámbito nacional e internacional para el logro de una difusión y un fortalecimiento de estas ciencias y sus aplicaciones, y estimulará su cultivo por medio de publicaciones, conferencias, congresos, seminarios y cualquier otro medio que juzgue adecuado para dichos fines. Procurará, además, honrar la memoria de los venezolanos que se hayan distinguido en esas ciencias o que les hubiesen prestado servicios notables.




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Evaluación

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 Evaluación

Los Criterios de Evaluación


En la evaluación del aprendizaje con un enfoque educativo con orientación por competencias, ya sea para programas de estudio por asignaturas o con estructura modular o también para cursos específicos, es un requerimiento necesario y complementario a la tarea evaluadora el establecer criterios de evaluación para los diferentes objetivos o aprendizajes esperados, planteados en los diferentes programas de asignaturas o cursos.

Los criterios de evaluación, deben entenderse como indicadores concretos de aprendizaje, los cuales deberían demostrar los alumnos como producto del proceso enseñanza y aprendizaje.

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Clasic music

Over 80 musicians play under the direction of accomplished Maestro Atsushi Yamada. @PhilharmoniaNY

 Clasic musicThe Philharmonia Orchestra of New York is a newly formed orchestra whose members represent many of the greatest orchestras in the world. PONY embraces the works of great classical composers while pushing the boundaries of the symphonic experience with 4K filmmaking on the grandest scale. All brought to life with state-of-the-art concert lighting




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Encuentra tu teléfono android con Google

 AndroidSi por aluna razón pierde el control de su dispositivo Android y tiene una cuenta de correo de google, usted puede localizar su dispositivo, hacer que suene y hasta bloquearlo. Pruebe esta funcionalidad abriendo el enlace que está en la imagen del ojo mas abajo.




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They arrange and perform covers of popular songs by @92KeysHQ

 Music92 Keys Sheet Music

92 Keys is a pianist and violin duo who arrange and perform covers of popular songs. The young duo consists of violinist Crista Guthrie and pianist Trevor Loucks. 92 Keys also films breathtaking videos of their arrangements being performed in valleys, peaks, and even waterfalls.

Download sheet music by 92 Keys. Print your new sheet music instantly or sync your digital sheet music to the FREE Musicnotes PC, MAC, iOS and Android apps.




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Security

Ways to Train Your crew to Prevent Cyberattacks

 SecurityKeeping your company safe from a cyberattack isn't as simple as implementing endpoint protection software. You'll want to train each and every employee to know what to look for before, during, and after work each day. Things such as phishing, physical theft, and spam can dramatically harm your business.

I spoke with Michael Kaiser, Executive Director of the National Cyber Security Alliance, about the many ways in which companies should be providing workers with information and tools to stay alert about potential cyberattacks. Once you've trained your team, it's up to you or your IT department to provide the software from companies such as Bitdefender$19.99 at Bitdefender, Kaspersky Lab$149.00 at Kaspersky Lab, and Symantec$59.49 at Amazon that help to maintain network and device security.




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The changing face of business - and the part artificial intelligence has to play

 WEFArtificial Intelligence (AI) may be the single most disruptive technology the world has seen since the Industrial Revolution. Granted, there is a lot of hype out there on AI, along with doomsday headlines and scary movies. But the reality is that it will positively and materially change how we engage with the world around us. It’s going to improve not only how business is done, but the kind of work we do – and unleash new levels of creativity and ingenuity.

In fact, research from Accenture estimates that artificial intelligence could double annual economic growth rates of many developed countries by 2035, transforming work and fostering a new relationship between humans and machines. The report projects that AI technologies in business will boost labor productivity by up to 40 percent. Rather than undermining people, we believe AI will reinforce their role in driving business growth. As AI matures, it will potentially serve as a powerful antidote for the stagnant productivity and shortages in skilled labor of recent decades.




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