Marco Dimitri

Consulting Analyst at Computer Crime Research Center. Engineering Electronics and Telecommunications. Seminar Analysis of Violent Crime University of Rome.
  • ‘WE WILL NOT GIVE UP’ Anonymous hacktivists declare WAR in wake of Nice terror attacks

    The masked hacktivist group Anonymous has launched an “operation” aimed at tracking down any extremists linked to the Nice terror attack. Members of the shadowy hacking group have declared the beginning of #OPNice, the name for its new campaign. After 84 people were killed in the latest terrorist atrocity, Anonymous released a...
  • The Rogue Blogger Who Keeps Spoiling Physics’ Biggest News

    ON HIS PHYSICS-INSIDER blog, Résonaances, theorist Adam Falkowski titled his latest post “After the Hangover.” He’s not talking about a party. He’s talking about particle physics—and the decline and fall of this year’s most-exciting-discovery-that-was-not. On July 29, Falkowski declared what CERN, the European organization that runs the Large Hadron...
  • Martians Might Be Real. That Makes Mars Exploration Way More Complicated

    HISTORY WILL NOTE that the guy who discovered liquid water on Mars was an undergraduate at the University of Arizona, a 20-year-old who played guitar in a death-metal band and worked in a planetary science lab. One day, while comparing different satellite images of a single Martian crater taken...
  • How That Chucklehead Climbed Trump Tower Without Splattering

    I’M NOT SURE how they got the name “human fly” for this guy climbing Trump Tower. It appears he was using suction cups for his climbing device, so maybe a name like “Suction Cup Boy” would work better. Also, I’m not sure of his motive—but I’m sure it was...
  • Incredible Rocket Photos, Huh? Yeah, a 16-Year-Old Took Them

    MOST TEENAGERS HATE to see the summer end, but John Kraus has a particularly good reason to be unhappy about it: Going back to school means less time to shoot space launches. “It’s hard to miss school for that,” he says. Kraus is 16 and among the youngest spaceflight photojournalists in...
  • Brain-controlled robots help paralyzed patients move again

    Several people who have been paralyzed for years were able to regain some movement using a brain-controlled robotic exoskeleton, according to a new study. The study, led by a Duke University neuroscientist and published Thursday in Scientific Reports, found that eight patients who were paralyzed from spinal cord injuries regained...
  • Bombings in Thailand target tourist cities, killing 4 people

     HUA HIN, THAILAND — Attackers using firebombs and homemade explosives struck a series of popular resort cities and beach towns across Thailand in some of the worst violence to hit the country since a military coup two years ago. At least four people were killed and dozens wounded, including...
  • VIP: Interview with Marco Dimitri

    Marco Dimitri, is surely the most famous character about satanism. He is a celebrity in Italy as in foreign countries, in Japan still even two books about him. He was interviewed by CNN, Australian ABC, BBC and other famous broadcasters. Us of “VIP”, decided to meet him in city of...
  • Underground, interview with Marco Dimitri

    In the world of serious and rational satanism, Marco Dimitri is always the number one. Interviewed by broadcasters such as CNN, ABC News, some Japanese issuers, even his interviews are present in two books in Japan. Do not miss the interviews to a TV in New York, the Costanzo...
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