I didn’t mean to sound disrespectful in yesterday’s post, but this morning I reread it and felt I should post a sort of apology. My nanocrud comment was meant to be a bit tongue-in-cheek, that’s all. I do believe that nanotechnology is a promising approach. It just won’t be useful to us in the near future. Problems such as those pointed out by the UO chemist, as well as others that I have read about here and there, need to be resolved. It will probably take years…
As for the DMAPT trial, I admit to being a bit disappointed, but I understand why I must wait. Too bad, though, since I was rather looking forward to travelling to the UK and perhaps meeting a few of my close blog readers/friends, you know who you are! Well, if Berlusconi wins the upcoming Italian elections, , Stefano, the cats and I may well move to Northumberland to live with the puffins. Or to the North Pole.
One more thing. Yesterday I noticed that a few Google ads had mysteriously materialized at the bottom of my blog. Have they always been there? I’d never noticed them before. Anyway, I would like to state that I have nothing to do with any of it. I have asked the Healthblogs manager to remove them, if possible, so I hope they will soon get blasted back into cyberspace, never to return.
It’s a gorgeous sunny day in Florence, and I have errands to run, so I must be off. Ciao a tutti!