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El significado del paño doblado en la tumba de Jesús

El significado del paño doblado en la tumba de Jesús

Tumba del Jardín en Jerusalén, donde algunos creen que Jesús fue enterrado. Otros creen que la tumba se encuentra en la Iglesia del Santo Sepulcro.Crédito: Phillip Benshmuel/Wikipedia/Creative Commons 4.0 En una publicación de Facebook que ha sido compartida más de 270.000 veces, Sheryll Lynn explica el significado de cómo, después de la resurrección de Jesús, el Señor dobló el paño que había estado envuelto alrededor de su cabeza en el entierro: 7 y el sudario que había estado sobre la cabeza de Jesús, no puesto con las envolturas de lino, sino enrollado en un lugar aparte. (Juan 20:7 NBLA) Como señala Sheryll Lynn, hay una razón por la cual este pequeño detalle insignificante captó la atención del apóstol Juan, quien lo incluyó en su evangelio. Lynn explica: “Cuando el siervo preparaba la mesa para el amo, se aseguraba de que estuviera exactamente como el amo lo deseaba. La mesa estaba perfectamente dispuesta. Luego el siervo esperaba, justo fuera de la vista, hasta que el amo terminara de comer. Y el siervo no se atrevía a tocar …

Winners of the 2023 Epson International Pano Awards

Winners of the 2023 Epson International Pano Awards

The top-scoring panoramic photos entered in the 14th Epson International Pano Awards were recently announced. Organizers reported that they received 4,414 entries from 1,104 professional and amateur photographers in 102 countries this year, competing for the top spots in four categories for several special awards and for some of the cash prizes offered. Contest organizers were once more kind enough to share some of the winners and top scorers below. Source link

Wildfire detection startup Pano extends its M series A with another M

Wildfire detection startup Pano extends its $20M series A with another $17M

Not all use cases for AI make sense, but Pano AI makes a life-saving contribution in the “yes” column. Just last week, the company was able to send early warnings of the Kutch Fire, that broke out near Kutch Mountain in Yamhill County, Oregon. The company showed me how it was able to detect and warn it 13 minutes before the first 911 call – illustrating its value to firefighters, even as the licensing cost per station clocks in at $50,000. The company’s product is to mount high-definition remote-controllable cameras. They can be operated manually by a human operator, or go into scanning mode, where they rotate at about a rotation per minute. The video footage is checked out by an AI, which looks for smoke and fire; if it sees anything, it raises the alarm. “We design the network of stations so that we can see fires from two stations. Next, we have our own proprietary algorithm where we triangulate and calculate the latitude and longitude that’s really critical because you don’t get this …