Lost Post: It’s haunted me forever, but it got lost somehow, so I have recreated it here.

Melbourne Woods in the background: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.7486477,0.4487266,3a,75y,345.87h,96.04t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1saBQ3OMgRT2epGIPF6kBd2Q!2e0!7i13312!8i6656   Way back, well I really mean very way back, I was just about 10 years old and enjoying being an innocent boy in an untechnical world, so different from today. It was summer and I was in Melbourne Park, somewhere I went every day during th summer and […]

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New Biography of George Wombwell

Still available: a new biography of George Wombwell, the Celebrated Menagerist (1777 – 1850) Volume One: Events at Warwick. Concerns the lion and dogs fight in Warwick during the summer of 1825. Using authentic newspaper reports and other documentary research material the book calls into question the events surrounding the alleged fight. Available from Amazon […]

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Einstein’s Gravitational Waves: Another indication of the IBBU Universe

About five years ago I postulated a new view of the Universe: The IBBU Universe. See here Today, scientists announced the detection of gravitational waves, Einstein’s outstanding theory from his major studies on gravity and the general theory of relativity. This is exciting stuff in its own right of course and congratulations to the teams […]

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Art Installation: Heartbeat

Called Heartbeat, this consists of 100,000 white balloons installed under the ceiling of one of the covered areas of Covent Garden, London, England. The artist is Frenchman Charles P├ętillon. Here are a few pictures from last weekend: Such installations are fragile, like the heart. Observe the collapsed balloon on the third photo.

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