La máquina del tiempo secreta del Vaticano

El Centinela

Vicente Fuentes expone el misterio de un invento desarrollado por un selecto grupo de científicos comandados por el Vaticano en el que se podrían ver imágenes de personas y situaciones del pasado.

Ernetti, un científico de la Santa Sede contó con algunos de los mejores expertos en física del mundo, como Enrico Fermi para diseñar un cronovisor con el que ver exactamente un punto de la historia. Esperamos que el programa sea de su agrado.

La máquina del tiempo secreta del Vaticano

Subido por Vicente Fuentes


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Just Released: New Blogging U. Ebooks

Excelelente publicacion de libros y cursos

Hernan  Cortez

Hernan Cortez News

Our recent Writing 101 and Writing 201 Blogging U. courses were a huge success — so we thought you should be able to enjoy them even if your schedule didn’t allow you to take them in real time.

We’re happy to announce that both courses are now offered as free ebooks, available for download in .pdf, .mobi (Kindle), and .epub (iBooks) formats. While conceived with nonfiction writers in mind, fiction writers (we know you’re out there, NaNoWriMo participants!) could find both courses just as useful.

Which ebook should you choose?

Writing 101: Build a Blogging Habit was initially designed as a four-week course. It includes 20 writing prompts, each with its own (optional) twist to push your writing in new directions, from improving your descriptions to thinking about voice and pace. In ebook form, now you can follow the course at your own rhythm and in any order you wish.

Writing 201: Finding Your…

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Last Call for the Next Round of Blogging 201

The Daily Post

Please note: the content of this edition of Blogging 201: Branding and Growth is the same as the challenge offered earlier this year. If you’re looking for something new to tackle, more Blogging U. courses will roll out this fall and throughout 2015.

Blogging 201: Branding and Growth is a two-week challenge to give your blog a serious kick start. Daily exercises guide you through:

  • Defining your blog’s brand.
  • Building your audience across multiple platforms.
  • Understanding and using your blog’s stats to encourage growth.

You’ll get a task each weekday, with links to resources and our best advice on how to tackle it. Weekends are for catching up, exploring a new tool further, or just blogging. As with all Blogging U. challenges, you’ll also have access to The Commons, a private, staff-moderated space to chat with other participants, ask questions, and give feedback.

You’re welcome to join Blogging 201 whether or not you participated in Blogging 101 — there are…

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