Despite the coronavirus pandemic reducing reluctance to use IT tools, the risk of a cyberattack has not decreased and if someone cares about security they should share knowledge on their own terms, say experts from the Military University of Technology.
Madly falling in love, devoting oneself to work, passion or idea... Whenever one need blinds a person to other needs, extreme behaviour comes into play. It can have many faces and is hardly uncommon, psychologists believe. They propose a new look at what extremisms are.
The SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus dominated the year 2020, but a lot of interesting things also happened in science. For starters, a probe embarked towards the Sun, the Americans flew into Earth's orbit on a private shuttle, the legendary Arecibo Observatory radio telescope collapsed and record heat was recorded in Antarctica, to name but a few.
Want to convince a layman that experts are right? Without judging, ask them to explain the topic in detail. If they realize how little they know, there is a chance that they will soften their position and it will be easier for them to agree with experts, psychologists confirmed in a clever experiment referring to the Socrates method.