The sky was clear and the sun rose brightly and most placidly. T’was a time of wisdom, t’was an age of stubborn recklessness (drenched in gin!). 1,275 more words
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The secret of a good night’s sleep may be as simple as brushing your teeth in the dark, an Oxford neuroscientist has claimed.
Russell Foster, professor of circadian neuroscience, claims that the bright fluorescent light of bathrooms wakes the body up just when it should be switching off. 459 more words
Regency London, John Nash and the Third Reich: Visiting The Royal Society's Carlton House Terrace with Open House
At Open House London this weekend (19-20 September 2015), The Royal Society are opening the doors to their headquarters for tours. The UK’s national science academy has been based at 6-9 Carlton House Terrace since 1967. 924 more words
See Nicky Clayton discussing aspects of her work in The Cambridge Animal Alphabet series. Follow the link http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/features/j-is-for-jay
This may not be the most thrilling post, but it is a subject that I think is worth more attention for my fellow dreamers.
I have been told by a friend of mine that he often experiences these loops of what happened the previous day while he is about to go to sleep. 382 more words