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Today β€” March 23rd 2019Your RSS feeds

El Espace: How Will Netflix Do Justice to β€˜One Hundred Years of Solitude’?

By ISABELLA GRULLΓ“N PAZ

One Colombian writer reflects on what the adaptation of Gabriel García Márquez’s masterpiece means for her culture and people.

Yesterday β€” March 22nd 2019Your RSS feeds

Catalan government backs down over pro-independence banners

Catalonia's regional government has removed eye-catching pro-independence banners from its headquarters in Barcelona, hours before police were due to take them down on orders from the country's electoral board.

Catalan government backs down over pro-independence banners

Catalonia's regional government has removed eye-catching pro-independence banners from its headquarters in Barcelona, hours before police were due to take them down on orders from the country's electoral board.

Trilobites: DNA Clues to an Ancient Canary Islands Voyage

By NICHOLAS ST. FLEUR

The islands’ pioneers likely arrived centuries before European conquest, as part of a large-scale movement of people from North Africa.

Neptune’s Moon Triton Is Destination of Proposed NASA Mission

By DAVID W. BROWN

Scientists at a conference in Houston presented the concept for a flyby mission to study a mysterious moon that may contain an ocean.

FTTH advances in Spain

By Chris Dziadul

Spain ended January with over 8.6 million FTTH lines, or 1.9 million more than a year earlier, according to data published by the regulator CNMC.

In January alone, the number of FTTH lines increased by 117,768. Movistar accounted for 3.95 million, or 45.6%, of the total number of FTTH as of this January.

Meanwhile, the number of DSL lines fell by 1.3 million in the year to January 31.

In the fixed broadband sector, Movistar, Orange (including Jazztel) and Vodafone (including Ono) accounted for a combined 88.9% of the total number of lines.

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Trilobites: DNA Clues to an Ancient Canary Islands Voyage

By NICHOLAS ST. FLEUR

The islands’ pioneers likely arrived centuries before European conquest, as part of a large-scale movement of people from North Africa.

Poisonous gas could be a precursor to alien life

By Chris Ciaccia

If scientists are looking for E.T., they may want to consider a variable that could be harmful to all of humanity — carbon monoxide.

Poisonous gas could be a precursor to alien life

By Chris Ciaccia

If scientists are looking for E.T., they may want to consider a variable that could be harmful to all of humanity — carbon monoxide.

No Pipelines, No Service: Con Ed Cuts Off New Gas Hookups

By DEBRA WEST

The move by the big utility in the New York suburbs has set off anger and panic among developers, threatening a real estate boom and creating uncertainty over jobs.

The Asteroid Was Shooting Rocks Into Space. β€˜Were We Safe in Orbit?’

By KENNETH CHANG and SHANNON STIRONE

NASA’s Osiris-Rex and Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft reached the space rocks they are surveying last year, and scientists from both teams announced early findings on Tuesday.

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