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Book Review: Wood for the Trees by K.R. Allcoat

Since the beginning of recorded history mankind has searched for the truth, about life, the cosmos, and everything in between and beyond.

Physicists struggle with a unified field theory and find only paradoxes. 1,036 more words



St George slays the dragon

In this pleasant land 

we drink tea and jump on the band wagon

and celebrate and plan.

Wimbledon will be soon on Tv… 52 more words


Uncharted Territory

I would be lying if I said that putting words on a page came naturally to me. Hence the title of my first ever blog post. 503 more words

Away Day

Burnsall, Yorkshire Dales

Hello! Sorry its been a while, I am back and this time I took a little trip to Burnsall. Burnsall is a lovely quaint little village to visit, even more so, on a lovely sunny day. 908 more words


Meghan Markle, Feminist? Royal Family Bio Says She's One

Meghan Markle, a feminist? That’s the word the Royal Family quotes Meghan as using to describe herself on its new website biography page for her. 801 more words


Cuba Celebrates Royal Wedding by Shooting Off Airplane Firecracker

The Royal Wedding was performed on Friday evening, and as a show of congratulations, Cuba shot off a custom designed firecracker meant to look like an airplane, complete with an in flight crew and over 100 passengers. 184 more words


The Butcher's Daughter, by Victoria Glendinning

Victoria Glendinning’s The Butcher’s Daughter explores a theme I hadn’t considered before—or even really addressed—in historical discussions of Henry VIII’s dissolution of abbeys and monasteries… 582 more words