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Dr. Jaime Borrell Valls - 28/03/2022

Editorial 77 – Caio Mario: Rome 2100 years ago

agricultural and livestock production should be respected and encouraged, avoiding the adoption of economic measures based, too often, on ideological fundamentalism or political clientelism, which end up preventing the development of the productive...


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Dr. Jaime Borrell Valls - 8/02/2022

Editorial 76: The Phoenix bird

Popular wisdom uses the figure of the Phoenix bird as an attitude towards difficulties. Thus, when the world fires or collapses, around a person or group of people, it is said that they can decide: surrender or rise from the ashes like the phoenix.


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Dr. Jaime Borrell Valls - 31/01/2022

Editorial 75: Schäfer, Schalk and Hawn

In recent months, although I prefer to forget them, we have heard news that may seem like indoctrination, and proposals that seem to be sales spots, which, if heard, could have embarrassed FAR, KOCK and FLUGGE. Other scientists who would also probably...


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Dr. Jaime Borrell Valls - 8/11/2021

Editorial 74: Reptiles and Amphibians of the 21st Century

On the opposite side of the neo-despots, whom we talk on editorial 72, in every society we can find the benevolent...


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Dr. Jaime Borrell Valls - 20/08/2021

Editorial 73: Parkinson and Peter

Creating, managing and growing a company requires the existence of a project, wanting to provide solutions to people's needs, even before they have realized it...


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Dr. Jaime Borrell Valls - 14/07/2021

Editorial 72: The despost of the 21st century

Originally in classical Greece the word "despots" referred to the owner of something. Later, the word "despots" was assimilated to a position equivalent to king, pharaoh, Caesar or emperor.


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