Made in Italy: radioactive politics isn’t renewable

January 2, 2009 · Filed Under Babel fish, Science & Technology · 9 Comments 
This entry is part of the series Made in Italy

Babel fish - A mental interface between Sir Arthur's sensibility and the events from the outer world. And for all the rest, too It’s a New Year, the perfect occasion to begin a new series entitled “Made in Italy”. Which however won’t talk about fashion, pizza or Ferrari but more practically about the true exclusive products of the current “Italy system”, that is organized crime, corruption, mental degeneration conveyed by television and genetic tendency to support fascism disguised as well-being or its illusion.

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Superconductors in the States, atomic bombs in Italy

July 16, 2008 · Filed Under Babel fish, Science & Technology · Comment 

Babel fishThis post is filed under Science and Technology, but it should be present in a transversal category that I should call “Pessimism and Scarce sense of ludicrous”. The pessimism is mine, the scarce sense of ludicrous is the one of the politicians that in Italy talk about energy like of a very rich banquet for failed or failing companies, containers of bribes for the “ruling class” rotten to the core.

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Movies will replace textbooks. In 1922

July 11, 2008 · Filed Under Babel fish, Science & Technology · 1 Comment 

Babel fish It’s the same old story: when a technology can offer one more dimension to entertainment, information and fruition of assorted services to citizens this suddenly becomes the arch-enemy of the status quo, an element potentially capable of destabilizing a cultural tradition, or perhaps a simple habit, which was lasting for years, decades or centuries.

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