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Enza Ferreri

Enza Ferreri is an Italian-born, London-based Philosophy graduate, writer and journalist. She has been a London correspondent for several Italian magazines and newspapers, including Panorama, L’Espresso, La Repubblica. She blogs at www.enzaferreri.blogspot.co.uk.

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Why Criminals Are Afraid of Classical Music

By Enza Ferreri

Apparently, many young people, especially those with an antisocial disposition, dislike classical music so much that Bach, Beethoven and Mozart can even be played to discourage young hooligans from intimidating, harassing and robbing store customers. This experiment has been tried and has succeeded over many years in several locations. The earliest occurrence I could find […]

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The Amorality of Atheism, Great Book

By Enza Ferreri

The Amorality of Atheism ( USA)  ( UK)  by Giorgio Roversi, an Italian author living in Britain, is a slim bo that says everything that needs to be said. Atheism is full of illogicalities both from an ethical and scientific viewpoint. This bo deals with the ethical aspect of atheism’s self-contradictions, and it does it […]

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A Tale of Inequality: Sex, Rape, Alcohol, Anonymity

By Enza Ferreri

In the UK there is a two-lane system of law: one for women and one for men. And guess which is the faster, broader, comfortable lane to travel in. Last August an unnamed middle-aged top woman lawyer had a business lunch with a male colleague, suggested by her, followed by a “long boozy afternoon” […]

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Lord Bramall Is Innocent, Like So Many Others

By Enza Ferreri

Lord Bramall, a UK former armed forces chief dubbed a “war hero”, has launched a serious attack against London’s Metropolitan Police Service (Met for short, aka Scotland Yard) for “failing to speak to witnesses who cast doubt on the claims made 10 months earlier by an alleged abuse victim called Nick”. Almost a year ago the 92-year-old […]

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Cell Vesicles Coats and Irreducible Complexity

By Enza Ferreri

Living cells contain vesicles, sacs that transport water and substances like proteins and lipids among different compartments of the cell, including between the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and the Golgi apparatus, or between the outside and the interior of the cell. The formation of such trafficking vesicles is among the most fundamental processes taking place in […]

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After Chattanooga, Franklin Graham Says: “Shut Borders to Muslims”

By Enza Ferreri

On 16 July 2015 Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, a Muslim man, opened fire at two different military centres six miles apart (the first a military recruitment station and the second a Navy and Marines reserve facility) in Chattanooga, Tennessee, wounding two service members and a police officer and killing four other service members immediately. One of […]

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UK Minimum Wage Rise Will Hurt the Poorest

By Enza Ferreri

The UK government has just increased the national minimum wage, as part of the new Budget. The idea that governments can change the way markets operate is entirely illusory. With this rise in what has been re-branded as the “National Living Wage”, what will happen? If a worker A’s skills don’t have enough value for […]

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Is Using Food Banks a Sign of Real Poverty?

By Enza Ferreri

Food banks are very much in the news in Britain, with figures showing that over one million people in the country are using them, while organisations and campaigners ask for funds for the purpose. To cater for the persons using them, lots of food banks are all over the UK, run by churches and voluntary […]

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Organ-on-a-Chip Breakthrough to Replace Lab Animals

By Enza Ferreri

Researchers are developing miniature mos of human organs on plastic chips, which will replace lab animals. Big pharmaceutical companies have started using these in vitro systems in drug development. The science journal Nature reported yesterday that last week at the Organ-on-a-Chip World Congress in Boston, Massachusetts, Big Pharma showed great and immediate interest in the latest advances in miniature mo organs exhibited there that […]

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