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Some weeks ago, Apple released a new iMac with Retina 5k display. It has the same design and elegance, however it has 27 inches and 14.7 million pixels. This novelty is taking technology one step further.  I would love to have it… 😀
Meanwhile, one of my YouTube subscriptions “Jacob + Katie Schwarz” have already incorporated 5k resolution. They have astonishing videos, I suggest you to subscribe them. They present us nature revealed as never before.
Eric Betzig, Stefan W. Hell and William E. Moerner won the nobel prize for their inside to the nanodimensions. In this short video you will learn how they manage to accomplish a microscope that gives the opportunity to see nano resolution, passing through the theoretical limitation of 0.2 micrometres (500 times smaller than the width of a human hair). Now, scientists have the opportunity to see how molecules create synapses between nerve cells in the brain or track proteins involved in Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s diseases. 
I hope you liked it and don’t forget to check the link below (in “References and further reading.”), it has amazing curiosities and important information! 😀
We love TED, it shares new ideas based on the activity of renown scientists, economists, artists, etc… It makes knowledge more accessible so we are proud to everyday share with you a TED video. Hope you enjoy it!
This talk changed my life I hope it changes yours too (for better). We often think that being a machine, or being perfect is the ultimate stage of human kind. However, Guy Hoffman (almost) obliterate this concept. And in one of my favourite talks he makes us reinvent our definition of what we should aim. Maybe we shouldn’t only spend all our time striving for getting better and better but also realize what we have achieved and how mistakes are important. So after this talk (I’ve seen it one year ago, thus I don’t quite remember it deeply) I stopped asking for me to be perfect but to move towards that goal always looking to the errors has opportunities for improvement and for new ways of thinking. More than this I comprehended that emotions are needed for arriving perfection…and you, what have you learnt?
Life would had no meaning if we erased emotions, it would had no purpose. I wish you all the best and seek for your “soul” everyday 😀