Something that everybody can do during Coronavirus, “Social distancing”

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During the second weekend of March 2020, the Mexican government announced downtime for school public systems and cancellation of massive events. The main reason is to prevent the spread of the new COVID-19 virus and the failure of the health system. We have as an advantage the experience of China, Italy, and Spain fighting against the new virus. In the following video, you can see How we can reduce the velocity of spread. It is a fact that someday we are going to catch COVID-19, but if we reduce the amount of infection through social distancing we will be more…

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Mexican Student Strike – #NoMoreViolence

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Student Strike against surrounding violence

Last week at Puebla City the BUAP University went to student strike due to violent events against students. This is a shameful situation for Mexican society. An increase in violence affects us in every economic sector of our lives. As a citizen, I worried about the safety of my family and friends when they are traveling alone. I am not going to analyze violence against men or women. This situation is general, I have seen violence from Rural to City environment and I think the common component is lack of education. We need to make more to induce our children…

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I replace the battery of my phone, now what?

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Last week I was talking about "DIY Culture: Repair and Recycle" where I show you the way I found to replace an old iPhone 6 and keep using it for a while in 2020. But now, there is still a problem. What I should do with the used battery? The answer is to trash it, but correctly. Here, I will show you how to do it and what more we can learn from this technology. Li-ion battery is a highly recycle technology, but if you trash it the common way there is a potential risk for fire or burning. Why?…

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