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Einstein’s tour to South America

May 19, 2015


Ninety years ago, between March and April, 1925, Albert Einstein spent four weeks in Argentina and then another one in Uruguay and Brazil. This article (in Spanish) recall his journey here and the hectic schedule he would achieve. He was received like a “rock star” and gave a lot of conferences trying to explain his […]

Einstein, Russell and the Doomsday of Capitalism

May 25, 2010


After the Hiroshima and Nagasaki destruction, a group of scientists felt the responsibility to warn the public about the  impending peril of a nuclear holocaust. Since 1947, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists bears on its front page a “Doomsday Clock” which marks the changing status of the Humanity’s proximity to a global disaster.Then, in […]