Marco Dimitri

Consulting Analyst at Computer Crime Research Center. Engineering Electronics and Telecommunications. Seminar Analysis of Violent Crime University of Rome.
  • Treating cancer with bicarbonate, sentenced to 5 and a half years

    Ensured to defeat cancer with a therapy based on simple bicarbonate . Tullio Simoncini, a doctor removed from the professional order, was sentenced to 5 years and 6 months for the charge of manslaughter and improper exercise of the profession. This was decided by the single-court judge in Rome...
  • Faith groups welcome review of BBC religious programming

    Faith organisations have welcomed a report that says the BBC should increase its coverage of religious issues, amid concerns that some of the report’s findings are “bizarre” in an increasingly secular society. The BBC’s religion and ethics review, released on Wednesday, recommended increasing coverage of non-Christian faiths, introducing faith-related story lines...
  • Car crashes into office’s upper floor after becoming airborne

    A Nissan sedan became airborne and crashed into a California dental office Sunday morning, coming to rest dangling out of the building’s second storey, local authorities said. The police in Santa Ana, California, said the car clipped a median outside the building and flew about 60 feet before slamming into the 17th Street...
  • HOW DARK MATTER PHYSICISTS SCORE DEALS ON LIQUID XENON

    IF YOU WANT to build and run a $70 million dark matter detector, you’re going to have a hefty shopping list. You’ll need to buy hundreds of photomultiplier tubes, set up elaborate electronics, and pay graduate students, for starters. And 20 percent of your cash is going to go to...
  • What You Need To Know About This Year’s Flu Season

    Aja C. Holmes planned to go to work last week, but her flu symptoms — a cough, fever and severe body aches that worsened overnight — had other ideas. “It felt like somebody took a bat and beat my body up and down,” said Holmes, 39, who works as...
  • 4 former Boy Scouts file sex abuse lawsuits

    Four new child sex abuse cases were filed last week in the Superior Court of Guam by former Boy Scouts against the Archdiocese of Agana, the Boy Scouts of America and retired priest Louis Brouillard. Attorney Michael Berman represents four clients who allege they were sexually abused by Brouillard...
  • “Quantum Radio” May Aid Communications and Mapping Indoors, Underground and Underwater

    Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated that quantum physics might enable communications and mapping in locations where GPS and ordinary cellphones and radios don’t work reliably or even at all, such as indoors, in urban canyons, underwater and underground. The technology may help...
  • Bronx apartment building fire kills 12, including 4 children

    New York City’s deadliest residential fire in decades spread through every floor of a Bronx apartment building within a matter of minutes, city officials said, killing 12 people and sending other residents scrambling outside into the cold and down fire escapes to safety. “Tonight in the Bronx we’ve seen...
  • Organic molecules can form in space-like environments; reveals life could have originated in space

    Giving some credence to the view that life could well have originated in space, a new study has shown that a number of small organic molecules can form in a cold, space-like environment full of radiation. Investigators at the University of Sherbrooke in Canada created simulated space environments in which thin...
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