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Between Brexit (not or not yet?) and Mothers’ Day

Today we are between what was supposed the be the day Britain left the EU, and Mothering Sunday...

Loaded questions?

Two days ago I came across this article in Science Codex. Extremist sympathies more likely in...

Christmas Cheer 2018

Today is Christmas, and about this time folks in the New World may be thinking about breakfast...

Biological Xenophobia?

Emperor Meiji (明治天皇, the 122nd Emperor of Japan according to the traditional order...

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Until recently, I worked in the Polymer Physics Group of the Physics Department at the University of Reading.

I would describe myself as a Polymer Morphologist. I am not an astronaut,

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To observers in much of North America and East Asia, on January 31st, the second full moon of the month, passed through Earth’s shadow in a Super Blue Blood Moon.

Recently, in the New Statesman, under the headline David Attenborough: Brexiteers “probably don’t understand” facts, we read:

A day or two ago I came across this article

Yet another article in the Telegraph: this time Supermarket rocket salad healthier than homegrown. featuring the vegetable kingdom this time:

An article in The Federalist:

The Darwinism That Fuels Atheism Actually Favors Religiosity

 

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A few days ago I read an article in the Telegraph Humanity’s earliest known ancestor discovered - and it looks like a ‘wrinkled old sack’, featuring this creature: