The history of cats is the history of the domestic cat, whose scientific name is Felis Catus, lives among us, which has been attested, for more than four thousand years. Its closest relative, among the animal fauna, is the genet, a carnivore that lives in the most tropical forests of Africa. It is known that… Continue reading Brief History of Cats 🙀
Pablo Neruda’s father wanted his son to go to university to build a future for himself. Thus, he enrolled in the Institute Pedagogical. Quickly, it came to his ears that instead of frequenting the University d, he spends a lot of time in the bohemian life. Reason for which, he stops sending the money that… Continue reading ▷ 9 Curiosities about the life of Pablo Neruda
Hippie, as a name, derives from “hip”. “Hip“, a term applied to the literary trend known as “Beats”, which became very fashionable during the 1950s. We are talking about writers like Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac. Although the Hippie, also spelled hippy, is considered a member, during the 1960s and 1970s, of a countercultural movement… Continue reading ▷ Who were the hippies? Do they still exist?
1. Real name: Margaretha Zelle. 2. Place of birth: Leeuwarden, The Netherlands. 3. Date of birth: August 7, 1876. 4. How does Mata Hari die ?: Sentenced to death before a firing squad. 5. Where? In Vincennes, France. October 15, 1917. Mata Hari was the stage name that the Dutch Margaretha Zelle adopted when she became one of the most… Continue reading ▷ Was Mata Hari a spy? “I’m a whore, not a spy”
The Roman soldiers were the fundamental piece so that the Roman Empire could expand and dominate the half known world. That would not have happened if behind the powerful army there had not been some well-disciplined, trained and equipped soldiers to fight in all fields and in all circumstances, knowing how to innovate with war… Continue reading ▷ The Life of the Roman Soldiers. How they were. 🔱 How they lived
The idea was, in principle, simple. A city could be “compressed into an agglomeration of vertical extrusions in a limited location.” That was what had been done on Manhattan Island in the early 20th century. And the idea had crossed the Atlantic to Europe. Charles Édouard Jeanneret, better known as Le Corbusier, the Raven, devised… Continue reading Le Corbusier’s Voisin plan for Paris
Thomas Edison (Milan, Ohio. 1847-1931). E l Wizard of Menlo Park A prolific inventor, he created the first laboratory, in Menlo Park, New Jersey, dedicated to inventions with money earned from the sale of his quadruplex telegraph to the communication and financial services company Western Union for $ 10,000 . The invention in question involved four signals traveling on the same… Continue reading 🙌 Thomas Alva Edison: the inventor of 1000 patents
Definition of artistic Happening The happening is about involving the public as much as possible in the work of art, making them participate. Furthermore, in the happening music, theater and, also as an expressive element, the visual-plastic intervene. Music, in reality, is usually sounds and noises, while theater is based on monologues or dialogues. The… Continue reading 👌 Happening as an Artistic Trend
The term collective consciousness The terms collective consciousness refer to the condition of the subject within the entire society, and how a particular individual sees himself as part of that particular group. The term has been used widely by the social sciences and their scientists. By social theorists and psychoanalysts like Emile Durkheim, Louis Althusser… Continue reading what is the collective conscience?
Che Guevara traveled to Spain during the Franco regime, incognito, but with the knowledge of the secret services of Generalissimo Franco. That’s how it went. It happened in 1959, during the Franco dictatorship. Ernesto “Che” Guevara, on a trip that would take him to travel many countries (Japan, Pakistan, Indonesia, India, Egypt, Yugoslavia and Morocco),… Continue reading Ché Guevara trip to Spain