Category Archives: Science and Mathematics

COVID-19: Surely, You’ve Only Just Begun?

Yes, and don’t call me Shirley. I’m having lots of dream images about this world health situation. The most obvious is that of a Facebook sequence which follows (or in my case, leads) the story line as it unfolds in … Continue reading

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No-one Expects the Spanish Influenza

When is the ‘Flu not the ‘Flu? COVID-19 is creeping ever closer to becoming a pandemic. That’s not good news. The last time the world panicked was in 2003 with the SARS outbreak. In the meantime, Ebola gave us cause … Continue reading

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Enneagram: What’s Your Number?

I’ve never taken the personality test that helps you get to know your Enneagram number. I haven’t needed to. My whole life has been an investigation into who I am. I’m a 5. So, what’s your Enneagram number?

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Conspiracy: Is COVID-19 an Alien Virus?

Ancient Aliens: The Alien Infection (2019) OK, folks, here’s a slightly different take on the coronavirus doing the rounds right now. Because the episode was aired in August 2019, I’m fairly sure if this wasn’t inspired by what happened in … Continue reading

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Everything is Relative and Connected

Albert Einstein One hundred years ago, today, Albert Einstein‘s Theory of General Relativity was confirmed at a joint meeting of the Royal Society of  London and the Royal Astronomical Society. This made Einstein a scientific rock star. According to Einstein’s … Continue reading

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It’s About Time…

The Fourth Dimension: Sacred Geometry, Alchemy and Mathematics This is the final book lent to me by my son, Derek. The other three I have already reviewed. This one seems the most difficult to comprehend, and yet, once you grasp … Continue reading

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The Birth of Science: May 28, 585 BC

Solar Eclipse of Thales The Eclipse of Thales was a solar eclipse that was, according to The Histories of Herodotus, accurately predicted by the Greek philosopher Thales of Miletus. If Herodotus’s account is accurate, this eclipse is the earliest recorded … Continue reading

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