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They take a selfie just as they are struck by lightning | Digital Trends Spanish

Not many people escape unscathed after being struck by lightning. And far fewer have a record of that. This is what happened to the Isobel brothers, Rachel and Andre Jobson, who were enjoying a leisurely bike ride through a field near London. At one point, the brothers decided to stop and seek shelter under a tree, since it had just started to rain. As a way to make the wait more entertaining, they decided to take a selfie. The problem is that sheltering under a tree during a thunderstorm can be a bad idea, as lightning strikes the path of least resistance, which is almost always the tallest object in the area. Wow. Isobel Jobson & # 39; s photo as they are struck by lightning. pic.twitter.com/3u01sBqq7C & mdash; Kid Narco (@KidNarco) July 13, 2021 Thus, just as the brothers were t...
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Twitter, full of racist insults towards English players | Digital Trends Spanish

The fans of the English soccer team took to social media to vent all their frustration after losing the Euro Cup final to Italy. The problem is that both Twitter and Instagram were filled with racist insults towards three players from the national team. They are Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka, who lost their shots on penalties. Once the game ended, the accounts of the three footballers on both social networks were filled with hate messages related to their skin color, a situation that has continued to this day. On an article from The Verge, a Twitter spokesperson pointed out that "abhorrent racist abuse targeting England players" had no place on the platform. As a result of this unfortunate situation, the platform had to react and has already deleted more than a thousand...
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The Eurocup leaves 2 thousand infected by COVID-19 in Scotland | Digital Trends Spanish

Euro 2020 could be responsible for almost 2,000 cases of COVID-19 infections in Scotland. Public Health Scotland noted that two-thirds of the 1,991 cases were people who traveled to London to watch the Scotland-England game on June 18. This includes 397 fans who were inside Wembley Stadium during the match. While the Scots were only allocated 2,600 tickets for the important match, tens of thousands of fans are believed to have traveled to London despite warnings not to unless they had a ticket. Getty Images.According an article from the BBC, many of them congregated in the city center before the game, and those in Leicester Square had to be evicted by the police after the break. Jason Leitch, Scotland's clinical director, was disappointed that 2,000 of the 32,000 cases recorded in the ...
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Euro 2021: how and where to watch Germany vs. England | Digital Trends Spanish

Things of destiny and football. London's Wembley Stadium, the same stadium that will see the 2021 European Championship champion be crowned, will be the scene of the German-English duel, which could well be considered an early final of the tournament. If you do not want to miss details of this momentous meeting, we will tell you how to see Germany vs. England for the round of 16 of Euro 2021. You will be interested in: Little effective in the opposite goal, but with a defensive solidity that his rivals would like well. England comes into the game after having won their series, thanks to victories over Croatia (1-0) and the Czech Republic (1-0) and a draw against Croatia (0-0). The Germans, meanwhile, were located in the second position of the group of death ... that now could well b...
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They train the brain to avoid motion sickness | Digital Trends Spanish

The vast majority of passengers who travel by car have experienced motion sickness or motion sickness at some time. Anyone can get it, but it is more common in children and pregnant women. This phenomenon occurs when the brain receives signals that do not match. For example, when you read on your phone while traveling on the bus, your eyes are focused on something that is not moving. However, the inner ear perceives the movement of the vehicle. There, in this contradiction of signals, motion sickness is born, they explain in MedlinePlus. Now with the massive advent of autonomous cars - which do not require a driver - the number of passengers will increase. How then to make those trips more pleasant and productive, and that the occupants do not experience motion sic...
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They demand to ban the advertising of large vehicles | Digital Trends Spanish

That the British government prohibits the advertising of sport utility vehicles (SUV) as eradicated, at the time, the announcements made by the tobacco industry. That is required, through a report, a group of environmental experts from The New Weather Institute and the Possible climate organization, reported BBC News. They argue that the growing trend consumers have shown towards SUVs is fueled by aggressive advertising by the auto industry. They fear that this upward trend, which is also occurring globally, will jeopardize the UK's climate goals. The country is carrying out an ambitious transport decarbonisation plan with which it is expected to reach a goal of zero emissions by 2050. The reality is that four out of every 10 new cars sold in the country are SUVs. For ...
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End of the riddle: they discover the origin of the rocks of Stonehenge | Digital Trends Spanish

What is the origin of the gigantic stones with which the megalithic monument of Stonehenge in England was built? That has been one of the great questions that has fascinated scientists and curious people of all times who investigate the ceremonial center. But the puzzle seems to have come to an end. A recent study published by Science times, provides new evidence about the provenance of the huge sarsens, as the sandstone rocks are known. Researchers from the University of Brighton analyzed the chemical composition of the stones of the famous monument and concluded that they share a common origin with rocks located in West Woods, 16 miles (25 km) away. Unplash The findings support the theory that the stones were brought to Stonehenge around the same time, contradicting a...