Revue de presse ANGLAIS Semaine du 31 octobre au 06 novembre
Revue de presse ANGLAIS
Semaine du 31 octobre au 06 novembre 2011
Time – October 31, 2011
New Scientist – November 05, 2011
It's Tintin Time! (By Lev Grossman) : How Steven
Spielberg and Peter Jackson finally brought the boy Health – News
Everyday drugs could stop cancers before they hit (By
reporter to Hollywood.
Linda Geddes) : A daily dose of cheap drugs including
aspirin and tamoxifen prevents common cancers from
Mind Your Manners: The Secrets of Switzerland's Last starting to develop, studies suggest.
Traditional Finishing School (By William Lee Adams) : At
Switzerland's last traditional finishing school, good Technology – Archeology
Artificial intelligence joins the fossil hunt (By Jeff
etiquette means good business.
Hecht) : Smart software that scans satellite images of
potential dig sites could improve palaeontologists' luck at
The Japan Syndrome (By Michael Schuman) : If the West unearthing old bones.
wants to avoid further crises, it should learn from a longOpinion – The Big Idea
lost nation: Japan.
The origin of sex was interaction, not reproduction (By
Thierry Lodé) : Sex is a pretty primitive business -after
all, species that used sexual reproduction appeared over
The Economist – November 05, a billion years ago. But its success is still a big
evolutionary puzzle because it has so many downsides.
Time for a rethink !
The underhand ape: Why corruption is normal (By Laura
Spinney) : If you think you're incorruptible, think again.
Understanding why so many right-thinking people behave
deviously could help clean up business and politics.
Newsweek – October 31 , 2011
Cover : Euro Referendum
Greece’s woes : The markets are not the euro’s only World uprising
You Say You Want a Revolution (by Andrew Sullivan) :
threat. Voters may be too.
Andrew Sullivan on how he learned to love the ‘goddam
hippies’—and why their protests aren’t going to end.
Asia :Japan’s nuclear conundrum
The $64 billion question : Once the Fukushima nuclear
plant is stable, the government should temporarily
nationalise its operator, Tepco.
Science : Ageing
Forever young? : A way to counteract part of the process
of growing old.
Scientific American – November, Courrier International – n°1096 2011
03/09 novembre 2011
Dossier « La nouvelle lutte des classes »
Parano à Wall Street (by Kevin Roose) : face au
mouvement des « indignés » américains, les grands
patrons de la finance dépensent des milliers de dollars
The First Americans: Mounting Evidence Prompts pour assurer leur sécurité. (The New York Times, New
Researchers to Reconsider the Peopling of the New World York)
(By Heather Pringle) : Humans colonized the New World
earlier than previously thought—a revelation that is Amériques
forcing scientists to rethink long-standing ideas about Etats-Unis – Je suis les 99% ! (by Marco Roth) : Le slogan
du mouvement Occpy Wall Street a désormais un visage.
Can We Feed the World and Sustain the Planet? (By
Jonathan A, Foley) : A five-step global plan could double
food production by 2050 while greatly reducing
Celui des milliers d'Américains qui postent leur révolte
sur Internet. (n+1, New York)
CO2 – Quand le foot se met au vert (By Ruth Styles) : Au
Royaume-Uni, l'empreinte carbone d'un match de football
de Premier League est astronomique. Certains clubs
A Formula for Economic Calamity (By David H, Freedmna) multiplient les initiatives pour réduire les émissions de
: Despite the lessons of the 2008 collapse, Wall Street is gaz. (The Ecologist, Londres)
betting our future on flimsy science.
Digging Mars: Mars Science Lab Set to Blast Off (By Peter
H, Smith) : The Mars Phoenix mission revived hopes that
the Red Planet may be habitable, preparing the way for a
new rover to be launched this month.
November 5/6, 2011
House and Home
Experimental Philosophy: Thoughts Become the New Lab
Megacities (by David Pilling) : By 2050, three-quarters of
Rats (By Joshua Knobe) : Some philosophers today are
the world's population will be urban. That means more
doing more than thinking deeply. They are also
and much bigger – metropolises.
conducting scientific experiments relating to the nature
of free will and of good and evil.
The Guardian Weekly- November
Inside Guardian Weekly
Inside the 4 November edition (by Abby Deveney) : Rise of
the 'upstart' economies; reform, if not revolution, at the
Cathedral; Greece surprises and alarms with euro bailout
Solar-powered internet school set to benefit children in
rural Africa (by David Smith) : Resilient mobile classroom
incorporating laptops, video camera and electronic
blackboard will work in areas without electricity.