Los orígenes de la ciencia (86)

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ciencia inventos plantas irán fuego bacterias rueda civilizaciones magnesio cuarta dimensión geometria pitágoras orígenes suelo oligoelementos efecto Hall cuántico transplante de cornea salinización


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Irvin

interesante ese artículo de Irán ya que yo mismo tengo un trasplante de córnea en mi ojo derecho, me alegra mucho que se vean avances en estos temas

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Interesante pero se os ha olvidado explicar la problemática del magnesio en el agua potable y el problema que hay en la península ibérica en lugares con las aguas duras como Almeria que sobre todo contienen carbonato cálcico y sales de magnesio. Mas os advierto que no es el caso del agua de Madrid de la cual teníais dudas. Ahora por correo os envío algunas referencias.

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