Marco Dimitri

Consulting Analyst at Computer Crime Research Center. Engineering Electronics and Telecommunications. Seminar Analysis of Violent Crime University of Rome.
  • Privacy experts fear Donald Trump running global surveillance network

    Privacy activists, human rights campaigners and former US security officials have expressed fears over the prospect of Donald Trump controlling the vast global US and UK surveillance network. They criticised Barack Obama’s administration for being too complacent after the 2013 revelations by the NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden, and making...
  • What We’re Seeing on Election Day

    Paul Krugman: Our Unknown Country By PAUL KRUGMAN COMMENT2016-11-08T22:58:01-05:0010:58 PM ET We still don’t know who will win the electoral college, although as I write this it looks — incredibly, horribly — as if the odds now favor Donald J. Trump. What we do know is that people like...
  • Richter magnitude scale and energy equivalents in terms of TNT explosive force

    The following table lists the approximate energy equivalents in terms of TNT explosive force – though note that the earthquake energy is released underground rather than overground. Most energy from an earthquake is not transmitted to and through the surface; instead, it dissipates into the crust and other subsurface...
  • Two-Way Radios Reveal the Mysterious Social Lives of Sharks

    WHEN MOST PEOPLE think about sharks, they worry about the biting or chomping that might occur should they meet one. Marine biologists aren’t so self-centered. They consider deeper mysteries, like: Are sharks social? University of Delaware scientists recently used a radio tracking technology called acoustic tagging to reveal how sharks...
  • HISTORY OF THE JACK O’ LANTERN

    Every October, carved pumpkins peer out from porches and doorsteps in the United States and other parts of the world.Gourd-like orange fruits inscribed with ghoulish faces and illuminated by candles are a sure sign of the Halloween season. The practice of decorating “jack-o’-lanterns”—the name comes from an Irish folktale...
  • Planetary alignments do not cause earthquakes

    Planetary alignments (in astronomy called ‘conjunctions‘) excite the public, and raise inevitable questions in their minds. Astronomers, especially those involved in public outreach programs, are used to answering these questions. However, when believers in various mystical systems use alignments as evidence for their own beliefs, many astronomers are at...
  • 2 powerful earthquakes rattle central Italy

            A pair of earthquakes rattled central Italy late Wednesday, sending fearful residents running into the streets not far from where a powerful temblor killed nearly 300 people in August. “It was a very strong earthquake, apocalyptic,” Marco Rinaldi, mayor of the small town of Ussita, told the ANSA news...
  • The six countries in the world with the most ‘convinced atheists’

    Religion around the world is on the decline. For the first time ever, Norway now has more people who do not believe in God than do – with 39 per cent of atheists versus 37 per cent of believers. In the US, meanwhile, a nation whose dollar bill signs states “In God We Trust”,...
  • Bloody Mary Legend

    This is the real story of Bloody Mary. You’re probably wondering if she is real or just an urban legend. Well, the truth is that she’s real. Or at least she was real. The legend of Bloody Mary is based on a true story. According to the legend, you...
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