By Alvaro Alexander Bernat Müller
As some philosophers have already claimed, nature retains us human beings in “the real world”. It’s almost like this has been done on purpose, like some higher power as set all of this up to keep us “alive”. It is all in such perfect order, as some would say. The point is that nature fiddles with our emotions, it has even been scientifically proven, for example, that beautiful sceneries generate pure dopamine for our minds. To this we can surely all relate to; walks through forests, boat trips, laying on the grass.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing everything – from the way we relate to each other, to the way our economies work, to what it means to be human. Artifical intelligence (AI) is challenging. We cannot let happen that the brave new world technology is creating simply emerge. We must shape the future we want to live in.
Barely had the results of the EU referendum sunk in when a doctored photo of the famous banner that hangs from Madrid’s Cibeles palace began doing the rounds on social media. The “refugees welcome” sign that adorns the offices of the city council had been mischievously prefixed with a single word: British refugees are welcome.
The Swiss health care system has gained a reputation of being one of the best in the world. There is an extensive network of hospitals and doctors, waiting lists for treatment are rare and medical facilities have the latest technology. However, as with most things in Switzerland, there is a price tag attached to this quality!
Canary Islands are synonymous with natural wealth, rivers of volcanic lava and rocky formations as in the futuristic films, multi-coloured sand beaches, endemic fauna and flora, high summits bathed by cloud seas, lush magical forests, deep ravines… A diversity of unique landscapes in which you can merge with nature, revitalize and recharge your energy.