Israel mata 21 medicos en Gaza y hiere a 33

Por Blas - 11 de Enero, 2009, 6:20, Categoría: General

21 medics killed, 31 wounded in Gaza due to the ongoing Israeli terrorist attacks, as UN WHO reports Thursday January 08, 2009 22:54 by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC News The World Health Organization (WHO) reported on Thursday that basic medical services in Gaza are collapsing as Israel continues its siege and offensive in the Gaza Strip. 21 medics were killed by Israeli shells and bullets and at least 31 others were wounded.

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Israel reconoce que no diaparaban desde las escuelas que bombardeo

Por Blas - 10 de Enero, 2009, 10:22, Categoría: General

Israel podrá tener mucha potencia de fuego, pero ya no más poder de convicción y de aparecer como un "estado" "democrático" y "civilizado" frente a los salvajes "terroristas"

The United Nations is claiming Israeli military officers have admitted there was no Palestinian gunfire emanating from inside an UNRWA school in Gaza which was shelled by an IDF tank.

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¿Quién usa civiles como escudos humanos?. ¿Israel!

Por Blas - 8 de Enero, 2009, 14:59, Categoría: General

"Our sources in Gaza report that Israeli soldiers have entered and taken up positions in a number of Palestinian homes, forcing families to stay in a ground-floor room while they use the rest of their house as a military base and sniper position," said Malcolm Smart, Amnesty International’s Middle East and North Africa Program director.

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Israel rompe todas las convenciones humanitarias

Por Blas - 8 de Enero, 2009, 13:10, Categoría: General
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Miseria Israeli

Por Blas - 7 de Enero, 2009, 15:07, Categoría: General

Uno de tantos niños palestinos asesinados por Israel en Gaza (one of the children of Al-Samouni family killed by Israelis, fuente


Israelíes disfrutando la matanza desde lejos (fuente


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12 de octubre dia de...que?

Por Blas - 15 de Octubre, 2008, 12:30, Categoría: General

Un relato muy angustiante de la conquista de América

by Howard Zinn

[Howard Zinn is an author and lecturer. His most noted work, from which this selection is excerpted, is A People's History of the United States.]

Columbus wrote:
"As soon as I arrived in the Indies, on the first Island which I found, I took some of the natives by force in order that they might learn and might give me information of whatever there is in these parts." The information that Columbus wanted most was: Where is the gold?
The Indians, Columbus reported, "are so naive and so free with their possessions that no one who has not witnessed them would believe it. When you ask for something they have, they never say no. To the contrary, they offer to share with anyone...." He concluded his report by asking for a little help from their Majesties, and in return he would bring them from his next voyage "as much gold as they need . . . and as many slaves as they ask." He was full of religious talk: "Thus the eternal God, our Lord, gives victory to those who follow His way over apparent impossibilities."

Hay otras partes muy impresionantes sobre el trato que recibieron los indígenas.

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GTD: como trabaja el Nobel Paul R. Krugman

Por Blas - 14 de Octubre, 2008, 0:06, Categoría: General

El premio Nobel de economía explica cómo trabaja:

My formal charge in this essay is to talk about my "life philosophy". Let me make it clear at the outset that I have no intention of following instructions, since I don't know anything special about life in general. I believe it was Schumpeter who claimed to be not only the best economist, but also the best horseman and the best lover in his native Austria. I don't ride horses, and have few illusions on other scores. (I am, however, a pretty good cook).
What I want to talk about in this essay is something more restricted: some thoughts about thinking, and particularly how to go about doing interesting economics. I think that among economists of my generation I can claim to have a fairly distinctive intellectual style -- not necessarily a better style than my colleagues, for there are many ways to be a good economist, but one that has served me well. The essence of that style is a general research strategy that can be summarized in a few rules; I also view my more policy-oriented writing and speaking as ultimately grounded in the same principles. I'll get to my rules for research later in this essay. I think I can best introduce those rules, however, by describing how (it seems to me) I stumbled into the way I work.

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Bajar el navegador Google Chrome

Por Blas - 3 de Septiembre, 2008, 10:15, Categoría: General

El nuevo navegador de Google, Chrome, es para Windows 2000/XP/Vista

Bajar el navegador Google Chrome 475 K

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Para decidir hay que pensar

Por Blas - 2 de Septiembre, 2008, 11:37, Categoría: General

Gut Decisions May Not Be Smart


It was this last bit of advice ­ sleep on it ­ espoused in a paper by Dutch researchers and published in the journal Science in 2006, that really irked Ben Newell, a researcher himself at the University of New South Wales in Australia. That paper suggested that people might be better off relying on unconscious deliberation to make complex decisions ­ despite an abundance of scientific evidence to the contrary ­ given that the human brain can reasonably only focus on a few things at a time. Once people have all the necessary information to make a decision, the paper found, too much conscious deliberation could lead to unnecessary attention given to extraneous factors.

Newell's answer to the Science paper is called "Think, Blink or Sleep on It? The Impact of Modes of Thought on Complex Decision Making," co-authored with colleagues at the University of New South Wales and the University of Essex in England, and published in the most recent issue of the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. It took four experiments to make the point, but Newell's conclusion is that unconscious deliberation is no more effective than conscious deliberation ­ using lists of pros vs. cons, for example ­ for making complex decisions, and that if anything, people who deliberate methodically are better off. "If you have to make decisions, you have to do your homework," says Newell. "There is no magic unconscious."

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Chrome el navegador de Google

Por Blas - 2 de Septiembre, 2008, 1:22, Categoría: General

Ya hay imágenes de chrome, el navegador de Google que sale mañana.

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