For example: the toilet situation in railway stations. In my first article, I already touched upon the theme of “the use of urine.” I would like to go back to it by answering a question. In Italy’s large railway stations – by the way they have been heavily renovated over the last few years – there is only one location devoted to lavatories. We are talking about structures – stations – frequented daily by up to a couple of hundred thousand people. Not only that: many of them wait for their connections for up to two hours. So what? Well, architects decided that it is possible to use toilets only by reaching, with all one’s luggage, lavatories that may be (in the case of Rome or Milan) up to 800 metres away, up or down staircases or, with a bit of luck, escalators. As if i...