An paper published this year argues that Wi-Fi is harmful, in spite of previous studies claiming the contrary. Even if it is wrong, there is ONE sentence in that paper that EVERYBODY, scientist or not, should read and remember.
What do young surgeons and firefighters have in common? Let’s start from a new research which found that:
There’s a Medium post about “The Birth and Death of Privacy” that in my opinion is great… except for its very last paragraph.
- The healthy life expectancy is the average number of years that one can statistically expect to leave before falling sick because of some serious, chronical disease. Professor Ugo Bardi, teacher of Physical Chemistry at the University of Florence, recently noted an impressive decrease, starting in 2003, in the healthy life expectancy of Italians and therefore asked: how long do Italians really live? Personally, I have no specific competence to answer this question, or to validate the correctness of Bardi's starting thesis.
Please have a look at these pictures, taken in November 2010: