Here you can find my posts related to Data Science, Astrophysics, or Science in general.
If you want to know about my scientific background, you can read more in the ‘About me’ section.
- How has the world changed since I was born?
What was the world like 36 years ago? What has changed since then? And what can we change today to make the future as good as possible?
- Existential risks
Imagine if three nuclear bombs were dropped on southern Spain, each one 100 times more destructive than the Hiroshima bomb. Well, this has actually already happened, and it’s just one …
- The end of the Universe
Have you ever wondered if the Universe will exist forever? And if it does have an end… what will it be like? And what will happen to Earth? And to …
- The radiation we should be worried about
Imagine that today a plane full of children crashed. Now imagine another plane crashing an hour later. And then another, and another, and so on every hour of every day …
- The most important pixel in History
About the most important pixel in History: A bit of astronomical poetry to get to see everyday problems from a different perspective.
- This is Altruphysics
Welcome to Altruphysics: A bit of astrophysics and a bit of altruism. Here I’ll explain where the name comes from and what it is about.
- How to choose our contribution to the world – presentation
“How to choose our contribution to the world” is a talk I gave about effective solutions to human and animal suffering on a global scale, from the perspective of effective …
- Interview at Data for Future Podcast
In a recent podcast, we compared data science to data engineering, talked about the energy sector, hybrid AI & human solutions, and other topics.
- Is a career in industry less noble than a career in academia?
In academia, you worked to expand the limits of human wisdom. Now, in industry, your goal is to make a company richer. Is that less noble?
- Is it possible to go back to academia?
Are thinking of leaving academia to work in industry? You may be wondering if it’s possible to go back to academia if you change your mind.