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Day 99, Monday 23rd February 2015

Jack is recovering from a sickness bug and didn’t sleep much last night, so we are taking things steady today. We began by watching a wildlife rescue programme where Jack learned about different types of woodpecker. 676 more words

F is for... Faraday

The year is 1791.  On a crisp autumn morning in south London, Margaret Hastwell, a blackmith’s apprentice, gives birth to her third son.  With her husband, son, and daughter crowded around, she decides to name the newborn Michael.   1,217 more words

Science Writing

Review: Incipio's new Clarion, Faraday & Tuxen folio cases offer three small twists on iPad Air 2 protection

Having reviewed hundreds of different models over the years, I can say with some authority that iPad cases are rarely “exciting.” Early on, Apple established the folio — a lidded sleeve with the ability to stand upright for videos — as the de facto standard for iPad case design, and perhaps half of all the iPad cases since then have followed the same general theme, differing more in materials than functionality. 865 more words



With Rutherford’s recent form guide reading DLLD, title hopes were over but the search for a top 3 place was still on. What wasn’t needed, then, was a calamitous oversight from the hierarchy in reading the fixture list. 594 more words


Sleeping in a tin foil hat

I usually sleep wearing a hat. I’m one of those people that reverts back to traditional solutions for human problems and when my head is cold I’m wearing a sleeping cap. 1,043 more words



“From the time of Newton, leading scientists had believed that the universe was governed by mechanical laws: material objects held energy and inflicted forces. To them, the surrounding space was nothing more than a passive backdrop.

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Water Sprite

Here’s another photograph from the vault that’s in keeping with my current penchant for abstract images. I took this one in May of 2008.

I try to capture water in unusual ways – to show facets of it that people don’t usually see. 197 more words

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