Mitt Romney. It's almost a law of physics: the more you repeat ‘no’ the closer you are to say ‘yes’. The hardness of moral principles is not enough to make a solid person, no matter how harsh and uncompromising they are, and the chance of losing at home in Pennsylvania can scare any elephant. As for multimillionaire Romney, he can finally take a deep breath and stop pretending to care about moral issues, the poor and all that humanitarian crap. He has made quite an effort to appear to have a heart; we even feared he might suffer a wallet stroke.
Wednesday, April 11
Kepler telescope moves on the Earth’s orbit since 2009 trying to find habitable planets in other solar systems, and it already found around 2300 candidates. Users of iPhone and iPad now have a free available app that allows them to come into contact to these distant worlds. With the extraordinary power of the Internet and social networks, we might expect that now we will know not only whether there is life on these planets or not, but also what aliens eat for breakfast, what they do on weekends, what brands of clothing they wear, etc. Yes, because scientists can build the communication devices, but they’re unable to have a normal conversation, even with human beings who live next to them every day.