Marco Dimitri

Consulting Analyst at Computer Crime Research Center. Engineering Electronics and Telecommunications. Seminar Analysis of Violent Crime University of Rome.
  • The Newly Discovered TRAPPIST-1 Star System Was Hiding In Elite: Dangerous All Along

    NASA had some big news this past week. No, it wasn’t aliens. It was the next best thing: the discovery of seven new “Earth-sized exoplanets,” a few of which could be hospitable to life. Now, it turns out that Elite: Dangerous actually predicted the existence of the TRAPPIST-1 star...
  • Trump administration rescinds Obama-era protections for transgender students

    The Trump administration has withdrawn a piece of federal guidance requiring transgender students to have unfettered access to bathrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identity, in a move that could embolden many schools to restrict trans rights. In doing so, the administration has signaled that it does not...
  • Diabetes,what is an artificial pancreas device system?

    The pancreas is an organ in the body that secretes several hormones, including insulin and glucagon, as well as digestive enzymes that help break down food. Insulin helps cells in the body take up glucose (sugar) from the blood to use for energy, which lowers blood glucose levels. Glucagon...
  • ‘Bates Motel’ collides with ‘Psycho’ in final season

    Hello, Psycho! Bates Motel, A&E’s exploration of the early years of notorious madman Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore), begins to intersect with Alfred Hitchcock’s classic 1960 film — including a multi-episode appearance by Rihanna as unlucky motel guest Marion Crane — in its fifth and final season (Monday, 10 ET/PT). The audience, perhaps still absorbing Norman’s murder...
  • Roger Waters considers performing Pink Floyd’s The Wall on US-Mexico border

    Though Roger Waters did not write Pink Floyd’s The Wall as an allegory about any real-life structure, the band’s 1979 opus subsequently took on such an interpretation. In July 1990, Waters performed the album in Berlin, Germany to commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall eight months earlier. Now, he’s planning...
  • What Netflix’s ‘Bojack Horseman’ Tells Us About Assimilation

    Bojack Horseman,’ Netflix’s animated comedy featuring an anthropomorphic celebrity horse, is about the American crisis of authenticity. BoJack (voiced by Will Arnett) is a washed-up sitcom actor who lives in a dystopian Hollywood where Wolf Blitzer reports on supermarket scuffles and a resurrected J.D. Salinger is a game show...
  • Priest in Boston clergy sex abuse scandal faces 29 more charges of misconduct

    A priest at the center of the Boston clergy abuse scandal has been arrested on 29 more counts of sexual misconduct against young boys. Ronald Paquin served more than 10 years in prison for raping an altar boy, and faces more jail time for alleged abuse of two boys...
  • 5 Interesting Facts to Celebrate Charles Darwin Day

    In celebration of Charles Darwin Day, here are five interesting facts about the father of evolution. 5. Not only was he a medical school dropout, he was a divinity student. Hating the sight of blood and totally bored, Darwin dropped out of medical school. After dropping out of medical...
  • Why the Halo Movie Failed to Launch

    THE MASTER CHIEFS left the offices of Creative Artists Agency around midday on June 6, 2005 in a fleet of limo vans. In their green, red and blue Spartan armour the cybernetically-enhanced super soldiers made quite a spectacle. Each stood six-foot-three tall, visored helmets obscuring their faces. Each carried...
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