As a scientist I have always been more interested in the fate of our planet rather than the mankind. When I was a child I wanted to be an inventor, so the machines would do the job with more efficiency and less pollution.… Read the rest
Christmas is coming.
Dude, it wasn’t an easy year for me: I’ve had more GP visits than ever. Back pain, colds, bleeding, stomach ache, all sorts of body dysfunctions tried to stop me from achieving what I planned.
Yet deep inside I knew that was my own fault and that I have been exhausting my poor organism more than ever by committing to ticking off every entry of my extensive to-do list.… Read the rest
I have a primal (if not primitive) quality I share with some curious animals. Did you ever see squirrels hiding nuts and magpies stealing sparkling things like watches or rings? I believe it may be a quirky instinct of collecting, stocking things up, though this is not a scientist’s guess.… Read the rest
When the Earth was young, there was no word, no life, no human. Then something of a mystery happened.
They evolved; some of them cooperated and became more complex.… Read the rest
Last weekend I went to see this film starring Ewan McGregor, Emily Blunt and Kristin Scott Thomas. I confess I haven’t read the book, but I had a good feeling about the movie after watching its trailer.
I wasn’t disappointed. The story seems to be very fictional, but that doesn’t make it less enjoyable.… Read the rest
In the real world, however, this assumption may not be true, because to have a world in first place certain physical laws have to come into play, otherwise it may turn into a total chaos.… Read the rest