Favolaschia è un genere di fungo molto strano, infestante, originario dei tropici. Ma la globalizzazione l'ha portato anche nei nostri boschi! Questo sito non parla di funghi, ma favolaschia mi sembrava un nome significativo e evocativo di qualcosa di simile a quello che qui viene raccontato...

03 giugno 2008

A drunk driver ploughed into a group of professional cyclists along the border between Mexico and the USafter he fell asleep at the wheel.

Using bioglass, a special bioactive ceramic which mimics the structure of bone material, researchers are growing rings made out of the couples' bone. They will be grown from bone cells taken from their jawbone.

Smoking cannabis for long periods of time may shrink parts of the brain that govern memory, emotion and aggression, according to researchers in Australia.


1 billion fat X 850 million starving
That's what the world looks like right now nutrition wise. And that's why 50 Govern leaders and 150 Agriculture ministers are together in Rome for FAO's convention. It starts today and finishes on Thursday. Will they be able to come up with solution to such a contradictory panorama?
http://www.elpais.com/articulo/internacional/planeta/famelicos/obesos/elpepuint/20080603elpepiint_3/Tes (in spanish)

Not sorry anymore
For four years Abdul Qadeer Khan, the father of Pakistan's nuclear bomb, has lived in the shadows, confined to his Islamabad home since a tearful televised confession in which he admitted selling nuclear technology to Iran, North Korea and Libya. But yesterday the 76-year-old scientist returned to the spotlight with a bold new twist: that he had not meant a word of his earlier admission.

"We don't want foreign dogs"
That's how far Treviso mayor is taking his against immigration agenda!
No more bananas?
Did you know that the banana we now consume is not the same one our grandparents had back in the day? Their banana, known as the Gros Michel, was bigger and more delicious than the Cavendish we eat today. Why did we adopt something less superior? Read on to find out...

Satellite Images Reveal Papua Forest Destruction
SYDNEY - Thirty years of satellite imagery of Papua New Guinea's rainforests has revealed destruction on such a rapid scale that by 2021 most accessible forest will be destroyed or degraded, a study released on Monday said.

Tiniest extrasolar planet discovered
ST. LOUIS — There's a new extrasolar planet on the block: a mini-orb likely covered with a deep ocean. And it takes the record for the lowest mass exoplanet to orbit a normal star, astrophysicists announced today.

Scoperto un nuovo pianeta molto simile alla Terra
Gli astronomi hanno scoperto un nuovo pianeta dalle caratteristiche interessanti. Ha una massa simile a quella terrestre, è grande tre volte la Terra e gli scienziati ritengono che siano buone premesse per pensare che potrebbe ospitare nuove forme di vita.


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