The Origin of All

Any person questioned and interrogated for a few minutes to ask themselves how it happened the beginning of everything: The Origin. On what was the origin of the super-sensible world, as would say dear good Aristotle, recalling his precise analysis on the unmoved mover. What we have learned so far and rebuild is pretty much. WeContinue reading “The Origin of All”

The Uniqueness of Fungi

Fungi have a great interactive community spread along the land and allowed by a good level of humidity in the forest land.
Mushrooms are not only a tasty vegetable that we can associate with good food and folk festivals…They are inter-actors able to create lasting connections (and we talk about thousands of years) with the environment they encounter along its path of growth and development.
Specifically, the article focuses on the interaction with the arboreal and fungal species; allowed by their particular adaptation.

Interconnections of Sincrotrone & Cell Membrane: A partecipate Dialogue between Physics & Biochemistry

The goal of this experimental research in biochemical & physical area (between the cell membrane and the light of the synchrotron) is to try to have some analytical results which demonstrate the assumptions of membrane-protein interactions, membrane-cell, cell-cell essential.
A point from which to develop solutions and treatment plans for patients presenting very complex clinical cases. People to which this study hopes to provide important answers, and hopes.

Sperimentare la diversità, per una nuova idea di sostenibilità agricola

Ultimamente si è osservato (e dimostrato scientificamente) che il campo agricolo di una fattoria, se viene lasciato libero, è capace di sviluppare autonomamente le proprie difese naturali. Riesce a far crescere una varietà di piante capace di essere infestata da un minor numero di parassiti, rispetto ai campi dediti alle monoculture. Gli scienziati e gli agricoltori avevano notato questa “tendenzaContinue reading “Sperimentare la diversità, per una nuova idea di sostenibilità agricola”

Does Internet make us Stupid?

Nowadays thanks to the Internet we are plastic. Our neurotransmitters are faster than a Facebook programmer, or if you feel like it Google Chrome go for the latter. This is because the use of new tools requires a constant “upgrade” – and in some ways change – of our neural network. Every scientist and neurologist can confirm that it is true that our brain is flexible, and this is the result from its rapid and systematic speed of adaptation to new situations. But in some ways it seems to people of another epoque we really lost something important:the dialogue between each others.

History, Soil, Humus of a divided Humanity

We live in a stage in human history that tends to be divided, rather than to generate coexistence and support. Perhaps the problems we face, and read (willingly or not) in newspapers and textbooks (which are part of our daily life) may be a point in favor of the change we wish to announce. NatureContinue reading “History, Soil, Humus of a divided Humanity”

La Terra divisa: in superficie e nel profondo.

  Viviamo in una tappa della storia dell’umanità che tende ad essere divisa, piuttosto che a generare coesistenza ed appoggio. Forse i problemi che dobbiamo affrontare, e leggere (volenti o nolenti) sui quotidiani e sui libri di testo che fanno parte della nostra quotidianità possono essere un punto a favore del cambiamento che desidera annunciarsi.Continue reading “La Terra divisa: in superficie e nel profondo.”

Lucciole: così piccole, così “magiche”

Finora mi è capitato di conoscere poche persone fortunate di aver visto un prato incantato, quasi fatato oserei dire, grazie all’intermediazione delle lucciole. Ovviamente le generazioni di un vicino passato che poteva vantarsi di essere “a misura d’uomo” sanno giocarsi bene le loro carte, e son capaci di fare ancora la differenza. Ma ritorniamo alle nostre lucciole,Continue reading “Lucciole: così piccole, così “magiche””