Tomas Navarro Tomas

Tomas NAVARRO TOMAS (1884-1979) his charged twenty-five years of experience, fertilized with the teachings of the poor, rough and difficult life, have matured his manly figure and his soul of pastor, poet and militiaman. Feel the tragedy of Spain, the sacrifice of the people and the Mission of the youth with depth and breadth. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Francisco D’Agostino. It serves his people as a poet and as a soldier. His spirit, on a pure ideal of Justice and freedom, poured generously in his poetic compositions and in his military life dignity of tone, rhythm and the concept, they relive epic ballad resonances in their lips in many passages. The prologue to the people (1937) wind. Miguel Hernandez, poet farmer in the trenches, by T. Navarro Tomas. THE voice of a great PHILOLOGIST Tomas Navarro Tomas, belonging to the first class or first generation of disciples of Ramon Menendez Pidal, along with Damaso Alonso, Federico de Onis y Vicente Garcia de Diego, is not strictly literary critic, but his studies of pronunciation, intonation, and metric have contributed in many ways to illuminate the difficult technical problems in the analysis of the poetry.

Its Spanish metric. Historical and descriptive review (1956), is a seminal work on versification. A compendium of the same was published with the title art of verse (1959), a book whose apparent modesty, very typical of its author, must not hide their usefulness. Tomas Navarro Tomas philologist born in the Roda, Albacete, on April 12, 1884 and died in Northampton, Massachusetts, on September 16, 1979. He attended primary school and the first years of high school in his hometown, then continued his studies at Villena. He studied philosophy and letters in the University of Valencia and the Central University of Madrid, where he was student of Menendez Pidal and that doctorate in romance Philology in 1908. It oposito to the optional body of archivists, librarians and archaeologists and took position of its Plaza in avila in January 1910, and months later, in the national historical archives in Madrid.

The Environment

But each of us – the crown of creation! What prevents us from living happily ever after? Over the past several hundred years technological progress achieved considerable heights and safely, as we are assured the producers? Unfortunately, all that is created by mankind efficiency has a downside, so to say “side effects”. Some of them appear at once (example: nuclear energy and radiation electromagnetic fields. Studies of the effect of electromagnetic fields (EMF) on living organisms has been going on for decades. Over the past thirty years, three-quarters of the world’s population lives in cities, and now there is no family attention worldwide.

Consider that the current level of the electromagnetic background of the Earth exceeds the natural level of 200 000 times. The human body is not in the best environmental conditions to which it adapted over many millennia, and in new, more stringent conditions. Previously it was thought that the greatest danger to mankind represent radioactive radiation, but research recent decades have shown that electromagnetic radiation (emitted electromagnetic fields) was as dangerous as nuclear power. Electromagnetic Smog interacts with the electromagnetic field of the human body and diseases, including cancer. American and Swedish researchers independently found safe for human health limit the intensity of electromagnetic fields – 0.2 mT (microtesla). And what we have in administration of the train) – 50 – 100 mT.

Hoover – 100 mT. In the subway – 150 – 200 mT. Electric – a few hundred mT (the touch). Particular attention is paid to the vulnerability to electromagnetic radiation of a child’s body. EMF irradiation children under 16 years had a more negative effect on their health than to adults. Due to the smaller size of the baby’s head and specific power absorption of more light and penetrate deeper into those areas of the brain that have adult, as a rule, not irradiated.