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Cristiano Ronaldo se exprime para estar contra el Bayern en las semifinales de Champions


  • El delantero portugués y Marcelo trabajaron junto a sus compañeros en la primera parte del entrenamiento, aunque siguieron en solitario.
  • Se recuperan de sus respectivas lesiones pensando en la ida en el Bernabéu.
  • Los de Ancelotti volvieron este viernes a los entrenamientos tras ganar la Copa del Rey el pasado miércoles ante el FC Barcelona.
  • Sergio Ramos y Gareth Bale trabajaron en el interior de las instalaciones.

Cristiano Ronaldo y Marcelo

El Real Madrid ha vuelto este viernes a los entrenamientos después de proclamarse campeón de la Copa del Rey y lo ha hecho con la buena noticia de la presencia de Cristiano Ronaldo, que completó la primera parte de la sesión junto al grupo de cara a apurar sus opciones de estar el miércoles en las semifinales de la Liga de Campeones ante el Bayern de Munich.

Según informó el club blanco en su página web oficial, en el entrenamiento a puerta cerrada de este domingo, los lesionados Ronaldo y Marcelo completaron parte del entrenamiento con el que el Real Madrid retomó el trabajo tras ganar al FC Barcelona (1-2) el miércoles en Mestalla y levantar su decimonovena Copa del Rey.

En la sesión, compuesta por 19 futbolistas a las órdenes de Carlo Ancelotti, la novedad fue la presencia del delantero portugués, que trata de recuperarse de su lesión muscular que le ha hecho perderse los últimos partidos, para estar en el cruce europeo ante el Bayern. La ida tendrá lugar este miércoles en el Santiago Bernabéu.

Tras la primera parte del entrenamiento, Ronaldo y Marcelo continuaron en solitario sobre los campos 1 y 2. El resto de futbolistas llevó a cabo el entrenamiento con normalidad, con parte física y con balón, salvo Sergio Ramos y Gareth Bale, que trabajaron en el interior de las instalaciones. Arbeloa y Jesé fueron las otras ausencias sobre el césped.

Big Bang gravitational waves possibly in doubt

Ruh-roh. Remember the news last month about the detection of gravitational waves would have allowed scientists to see all the way back to the Big Bang? Well, that result may be in jeopardy. The problem? Dust on the lens. Well, not on the lens exactly:

An imprint left on ancient cosmic light that was attributed to ripples in spacetime -- and hailed by some as the discovery of the century -- may have been caused by ashes from an exploding star.

In the most extreme scenario, the finding could suggest that what looked like a groundbreaking result was only a false alarm. Another possibility is that the stellar ashes could help bring the result in line with other cosmic observations. We should know which it is later this year, when researchers report new results from the European Space Agency's Planck satellite.

You may also remember the video of physicist Andrei Linde being told about the result, which seemed to confirm a theory that had been his life's work. I don't think I want to see the video of Linde being told of this stellar ashes business. Although Linde is more than aware that this is how science works...you have to go where observation takes you. (via @daveg)

Tags: Andrei Linde   physics   science
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