Divergent Thinking

Divergent or lateral thinking is characterized by the ability to generate multiple and ingenious solutions for the same problem. It is a spontaneous, fluid and non-linear mental concentration, which is based on curiosity and nonconformity. In reality it is also a very common way of thinking in children, for whom joy, imagination and freshness offer... Weiterlesen →

The power of colors.

It is scientifically proven that our brain associates positive or negative sensations with the color of food according to a "mental past" that binds us to pleasant or unpleasant sensations experienced in the past; when a food comes in a different color from the one we are used to, we are immediately hit by a... Weiterlesen →

The history of plastic

The history of plastic begins in the 19th century, when, between 1861 and 1862, the Englishman Alexander Parkes, developing the studies on cellulose nitrate, isolates and patents the first semi-synthetic plastic material, which christens Parkesine (better known later like Xylonite). It is a first type of celluloid, used for the production of handles and boxes,... Weiterlesen →

The mind is wonderful!

Naturalness and spontaneity do not belong to everyone. In fact, many give too much importance to the thoughts of others and assume forced behavior, which have the sole purpose of taking shelter from external criticism. But this way of life, carried out on a daily basis, ends up exhausting the person: in fact there is... Weiterlesen →

Teaching computer Science

Can computer science be taught without even a PC? Surely it is difficult, but not impossible. The proof comes from Ghana, where a 33 year old teacher teaches the use of PCs to his students. His story has become known throughout the world after the publication on Facebook of images depicting the prof in action.... Weiterlesen →

Will we ever cure cancer?

The German virologist and cancer researcher Prof. Dr. med. Harald zur Hausen (Heidelberg) is one of three Nobel Prize winners for medicine in 2008. In the early 1980s, he had shown that human papilloma viruses (HPV) cause cervical cancer. The other two award winners are also pioneers in the field of virology: Prof. Dr. rer.... Weiterlesen →

A planet to live on

The challenges of sustainability Theories and empirical data uniquely demonstrate that there is a strong and decisive "human footprint" on climate change. That man is the cause, if not the only, by far the main cause of the increase in temperature and the increase of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. This demonstration, according to the... Weiterlesen →

Karakorum Effect

uncertain future From the temperatures that do not increase to the ice that does not melt, from the innocence of human actions to the excessive costs of reducing emissions. The list, as we shall see, is long. Some criticisms have been detailed, others generic. Some have disappeared soon, others have lasted for years, perhaps after... Weiterlesen →

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