The lady of the oceans in Chile: “Healthy nature is healthy people”



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Bye! This Friday begins Santiago Off International Festivalwith various music and theater performances, which not only brings must-sees like the show Victor’s victory, but also bands like Los Ramblers or La Comoción. You can see the schedule here.

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1- SYLVIA EARLE IN CHILE

She is probably the most famous oceanographer in the world and this week she came to Chile to participate in the Future Congress, a visit that also coincided with the decision on the Dominga port mining project, which he has always opposed.

You can see the full interview here.

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2- THE DOCUMENTARY ABOUT PAMELA ANDERSON COMING ON NETFLIX

I was a teenager in the 1990s and as such watched actress Pamela Anderson (1967) grow up as a sex symbol, mainly for his role in the series ‘Baywatch: Guardians of the Bay’ (1992). Starring David Hasselhoff (“Fantastic Car”, a key series from my childhood) as co-star, he was about a group of lifeguards and their adventures on a paradise beach in California.

  • In 1995, Anderson married Tommy Lee of Mötley Crüe, the father of her two children. Although the couple didn’t last long, he became famous for a sex tape of both of them. Then he had romances with other celebrities, such as Sylvester Stallone and Ben Affleck.

Well, on January 31, Netflix premieres the documentary Pamela Anderson: a love story, from Emmy-nominated director Ryan White to tell these stories and more.

  • This is an intimate and revealing portrait of a pop culture icon.. In her own words and through videos and personal diaries, the Canadian actress talks about her fame, talks about her love life, and talks about her scandalous sex tape.

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3- PRIMITIVE BLACK HOLES THE SIZE OF AN ATOM

Credit: The Conversation

The conversation published an interesting note on how we might detect primitive black holes the size of an atom.

  • To date, it has not been possible to detect these primordial black holes. This is currently being studied intensely, as it is assumed that these ultra-compact astronomical objects could be part of the universe’s much sought-after dark matter.

You can read the full note here.

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4- BRENDAN FRASER’S EMOTIONAL SPEECH AT THE CRITICS’ CHOICE AWARDS

Iconic actor Brendan Fraser gives an emotional acceptance speech after receiving the Best Actor award at the Critics’ Choice Awards (the awards given by the Hollywood Film Critics Guild) for The whale.

“I was in the desert. And I probably should have left a trail of crumbs. But you found me.” he told the film’s director, Darren Aronofsky.

  • “If you—a guy like Charlie, who I played in the movie—are obese in any way, or just feel like you’re in a dark sea, I want you to know that if you too can have the strength to get up and go light, good things will happen to you”, said Fraser, who received a standing ovation.

  • Fraser was an iconic star in the 90s. Despite being the lead actor in movies like The Mummy, George of the Jungle Y Journey to the Center of the Earthdue to health problems caused by excessive filming, he disappeared from the big screen for a long time, in which he only played minor roles on television, according to what he revealed to the magazine GQ in 2018.

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5- MADONNA’S TOUR TO CELEBRATE FOUR DECADES OF CAREER

Music superstar Madonna will embark on a new tour to celebrate her more than 40 years of success, although it does not foresee the passage for Latin America.

  • According to the organizers, “Madonna: The Celebration Tour” will take fans on his “artistic journey across four decades and pay homage to New York City, where his music career began.”

  • The “Queen of Pop” will visit 35 cities, starting in Vancouver on July 15th. After a string of dates in North America, it will move on to Europe, closing in Amsterdam on December 1st.

  • “I’m excited to hear as many songs as possible, hoping to give my fans the show they’ve been waiting for.” said the winner of seven Grammy Awards with 14 studio albums.


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