Is there a second life beyond death? The convincing and beautiful answer of the science journalist Piero Angela
Piero Angela, science journalist has passed away at the age of 93. His son Alberto Angelo announced his death. 'Have a good trip dad', he writes on Instagram. In an interview in 2018 Piero Angela was asked if there is another life after death and his answer was convincing: there is a second life in the memory of the people who know us'
'These are questions that everyone has, but that have no answers. I am convinced that it has a second life, through the memories of people and the legacies we leave behind. Movie actors are timeless because you can push a button and watch young Clark Gable and Gary Cooper riding horses, wooing women, etc. Even on television this happens, everyone tells me 'I saw you in the 60s in Paris'.
Born in Turin in 1928, Piero Angela began his journalistic career at Rai as a radio reporter, later becoming a correspondent and news presenter.
His great popularity is linked to his science programs, from Quark to Superquark to name the most important, with which he established a solid documentary tradition for Italian television.