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La gran película americana del cine indie se ha rodado durante 12 años

Submitted by nitdia at 2014-05-10 14:51:29 UTC

Boyhood, parte de una idea de producción todavía más radical, imposible de asumir para cualquier gran estudio: rodar con el mismo equipo durante 12 años y así contar, de manera cronológica, una historia de crecimiento, probablemente —dicen los críticos americanos que ya la han visto en festivales; el estreno en Estados Unidos no será hasta el mes de julio— una de las películas más importantes jamás hechas sobre el proceso de avanzar en los primeros años de la vida y el abandono de la niñez para entrar en la adolescencia y la primera madurez.

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A113 el código secreto de Disney

Submitted by nitdia at 2014-05-10 14:31:39 UTC

Algo se ha estado escondidendo en un sinnúmero de películas de animación que has visto, tanto Disney, Pixar como por muchas otras. Probablemente nunca lo has visto, y si lo has visto, nunca te ha llamado la anteción: A113.

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Interactive world map of vaccine-preventable outbreaks

Submitted by nitdia at 2014-03-23 16:04:19 UTC

Interactive world map showing outbreaks of diseases like measles, mumps, rubella, polio, or whooping cough that can be prevented by vaccines.

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Why does the human brain create false memories?

Submitted by nitdia at 2013-09-30 23:07:54 UTC

Neuroscientists say that many of our daily memories are falsely reconstructed because our view of the world is constantly changing. A famous experiment carried out by Elizabeth Loftus in 1994 revealed that she was able to convince a quarter of her participants they were once lost in a shopping centre as a child. Another similar experiment in 2002 found that half of the participants were tricked into believing they had taken a hot air balloon ride as a child, simply by showing them doctored photographic "evidence".

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