Gabriel García Márquez (1927-2014) was an eminent Colombian novelist, editor, screenwriter and journalist, affectionately known as Gabo or Gabito throughout Latin America. Considered one of the most significant authors of the twentieth century and one of the best writers in the Spanish language, he was awarded the 1972 Neustadt International Prize for Literature and the 1982 Nobel Prize for Literature.
Everyone says that nobody is prepared to be a father and is a truth like a temple. From the moment the pregnancy test shows us that we are waiting for a new member in the family, our life changes completely. From now on we will have to inform ourselves about many areas that we did not know, in which in addition to the physical issues we have to keep in mind the emotional growth of our son and his intellectual development.
The image shows an incorrect geomagic square. In a similar way to the magic squares in which when adding all the numbers of a row, column or diagonal we always get the same result, in the geomagic squares if we put all the pieces of a row, column or diagonal together we get the figure that appears at margin.
This rare and simple puzzle was one of my first creations published more than half a century ago. I reproduce here the original drawing I made when I was a nine year old boy. It is said that three neighbors who shared a small park, as shown in the illustration, had a dispute. The owner of the big house, complaining that his neighbor's chickens bothered him, built a path with a fence that went from his door to the exit at the bottom of the drawing.
I am 42 years old and my son 4. In what year will my age be 20 times that of my son? Solution If we express the statement in the form of a mathematical equation where X is the number of years left to be 20 times my son's age, we have to: 42 + X = 20 × (4 + X) Clearing we get X = -2 Lo which means that two years ago my son's age was 20 times mine, I was 40 and 2.
Frégoli Syndrome Contents 1 What is Frégoli syndrome 2 Origin of Frégoli syndrome 3 Signs and symptoms 4 Betty's story 5 The case of Simon 6 Treatment What is Frégoli syndrome? Frégoli syndrome is a strange disorder in which the subject has the belief that different people are one who changes their appearance or is in disguise.