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bóveda, musica, Noruega, Noticias, Polo Norte, Tendencias

Arctic bunker will store the “music of the world” for a thousand years | Digital Trends Spanish

An underground vault built between Norway and the North Pole will serve to store and preserve the world's most important music. It is the Global Music Vault, which will seek to safeguard the world's most important musical records for a period of a thousand years on Svalbard Mountain. The record will include important musical recordings, from the Beatles to the music of Australia's indigenous communities. “We don't want to protect a specific genre and time. We want nations and regions of the world to select what music is deposited, ”said Luke Jenkinson, director and project manager. Lise Aserud / Ntb Scanpix / Afp / Getty ImagesThe preservation process will begin in the spring of 2022, and will focus on the music of indigenous peoples from various corners of the world. Meanwhile, future...
autopilot, Autos, Elon Musk, luna, Noticias, piloto automatico, Semáforo, Tendencias, Tesla, Twitter, usuario

Tesla’s Autopilot mistakes the Moon for a traffic light | Digital Trends Spanish

The owner of a Tesla noted that the vehicle's autopilot mistook the Moon for the yellow light of a traffic light. The user posted a video on Twitter where the failure during assisted driving is clearly seen. "Hey, Elon Musk, you might want your team to deal with how the Moon tricks the autopilot system," Jordan Nelson wrote on Twitter. "The vehicle believes that the Moon is a yellow traffic light and wanted to continue slowing down," he added. Hey @elonmusk you might want to have your team look into the moon tricking the autopilot system. The car thinks the moon is a yellow traffic light and wanted to keep slowing down. 🤦🏼 @Teslarati @teslaownersSV @TeslaJoy pic.twitter.com/6iPEsLAudD & mdash; Jordan Nelson (@JordanTeslaTech) July 23, 2021 The problem is that, according to the reg...
'Oumuamua, astrofísico, Avi Loeb, extraterrestre, Harvard, Noticias, tecnología extraterrestre, Tendencias

Harvard leads project seeking extraterrestrial technology | Digital Trends Spanish

An international research project has set out to find out if there are intelligent extraterrestrial civilizations capable of building technologies that can travel between the stars. This is the Galileo Project, led by a team of scientists led by Avi Loeb, professor of science in the Department of Astronomy at Harvard University. The team's idea is to analyze data from astronomical studies and observations from telescopes, as well as to design new algorithms using artificial intelligence in order to identify possible interstellar travelers, satellites built by extraterrestrials and unidentified aerial phenomena. Recreation. Getty Images."Science should not reject possible explanations that have to do with extraterrestrials only because of social stigma or cultural preferences that collid...
Juegos Olímpicos de Tokyo 2020, Tendencias, The Witcher, Tokyo 2020

Tokyo 2020: a fan of The Witcher wins gold medal | Digital Trends Spanish

Everything related to the franchise The Witcher, Be it books, video games or Netflix series, it crosses borders and tastes. The saga ceased to be of interest to a niche public to expand to all kinds of people and proof of this is Vitalina Batsarashkina, an athlete who competes in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and who publicly shows her love for The Witcher. The Russian athlete competes in the 10-meter air pistol discipline, in which she not only won the gold medal but also broke the current Olympic record. And after having won, he appeared using an earring with the figure of the wolf from The Witcher, as seen in the images. Getty ImagesBut in case it is not clear that Batsarashkina is a fan of The Witcher, In 2018 he published some images showing some designs on his clothes that would ...
catarata, estrecho de Dinamarca, Noticias, Tendencias

The largest waterfall in the world is under the ocean | Digital Trends Spanish

There are many waterfalls around the world, but the largest of them all is out of sight of the common human being. Because, unlike the better known ones like those of Niagara or Iguazú, the largest waterfall in the world is under water. This gigantic waterfall is located just below the Denmark Strait, which despite its name, is actually between Iceland and Greenland, connecting the Greenland Sea with the Irminger Sea. The waterfall begins at about 600 meters deep (2,000 feet) and stretches for a total of 3.5 kilometers (11,500 feet), while its width reaches 160 kilometers (100 miles). The question that comes immediately after knowing these data is almost obvious: how is it possible that an underwater cataract exists. And in reality everything is due to the laws of physics, since in t...
arqueología, construccion, descubrimiento, hallazgo, Mexico, Noticias, pandemia, Tendencias, túnel

Mexico: archaeological find will be buried | Digital Trends Spanish

A team of archaeologists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico (INAH) discovered in 2019 the entrance to a tunnel on the outskirts of Mexico City. The problem is that, due to lack of money, this portal decorated with pre-Hispanic glyphs will have to be buried again for an indefinite period. As there are no resources to continue the investigation, INAH officials believe that the place may be the victim of acts of vandalism or pollution associated with vehicular traffic. Before being sealed, the structure was protected with a masonry formwork to avoid possible collapse. INAH“At the time, the idea of ​​creating a corridor and an archaeological window was raised that would allow the general public to admire these remains as they pass through the place; however, ...
cáncer, glioblastoma, Noticias, Tendencias

Magnetic helmet reduces a deadly tumor | Digital Trends Spanish

A remarkable medical breakthrough was made by American researchers by creating a magnetic helmet to treat a deadly brain tumor and whose first analyzes give indications of positive and effective results. The helmet works with three large magnets connected to a microprocessor and powered by a battery, which create a magnetic field around the head. The device was used in a 53-year-old patient diagnosed with a cancerous tumor called glioblastoma; The treatment was carried out for five weeks both in a clinic and in the patient's home, initially for two hours a day until reaching a maximum of six hours a day. Subsequent analyzes revealed that the tumor was reduced by a third and everything would indicate that this reduction is related to the helmet treatment, which would open the door for ...
Casa inteligente, enchufes inteligentes, hogar inteligente, Tendencias, tomacorrientes inteligentes

Time to upgrade your home with a few smart plugs

The world of home automation is full of innovations, from virtual assistants that help us control our devices, to smart thermostats that keep the home nice. But you can also make a "normal" device part of that system; all you need is a smart plug. Smart plugs (or outlets) can level up your home connectivity. These devices plug into a traditional socket and make it possible to turn a "dumb" device, such as a coffee maker, lamp or fan, into a smart one. Also, some are compatible with voice assistants like Alexa or other devices. You will be interested in: How do they work? Using a smart plug is super easy. You must first plug one into another traditional one. Then you plug another appliance (a lamp or some appliance, for example) into it. Finally, you connect the plug to your favor...
Android, aplicacion, artistas, iOS, lanzamientos, musica, Noticias, notificacion, Spotify, Tendencias

Spotify will notify you when your artists release new material | Digital Trends Spanish

Spotify is introducing a new feature to notify users when their favorite artists and podcasts have a new release to play. It will be visible as a bell icon at the top of the app's home interface. The news panel collects the new releases of the groups, musicians and programs that the user follows on the platform. According to the company, the feature will update in real time, with a blue dot superimposed on top of the notifications icon. Spotify plans to roll out this new tool to all iOS and Android users in the coming weeks. Spotify.So What's New might look similar to Spotify's Release Radar playlist. The two functions are used to show new content that can be incorporated into the platform's personal library, but the way they work is different. According to an article by Engadget: Lik...
Elon Musk, Espacio, Exoplaneta, Grimes, Lil Uzi Vert, Noticias, planeta, Tendencias

Grimes Says Rapper Lil Uzi Vert Is “Legally” Buying A Planet | Digital Trends Spanish

Singer Grimes and rapper Lil Uzi Vert have garnered attention this week on social media. However, it is not due to some artistic collaboration, but to a post by Grimes stating that the rapper would be the first person to own a planet "legally". This Thursday, Grimes posted on Twitter: "Apparently @LILUZIVERT owns this planet, just a warning," along with an image of WASP-127b. It is a huge gaseous exoplanet that was discovered in 2016, and is 1.4 times larger than Jupiter. Apparently @LILUZIVERT owns this planet - just a heads up https://t.co/rcyQ2ts7Hj & mdash; Grimes (@Grimezsz) July 22, 2021 Lil Uzi Vert responded to the tweet stating that the planet purchase was in process, and later Grimes wrote: “The documentation is almost complete for @LILUZIVERT to legally claim WASP-127b - ...