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A Simple Research Project

Hat tip to Pat Nurse for this (click to enlarge): It would be quite easy for them to find out how many incidents of violence or disturbance there have been in UK prisons. Each one will have a) a date on … Continue reading

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Inside and Outside the Box

Donald Trump is someone who can think outside the box. I think he won the US presidency by thinking outside the box. One example of him thinking outside the box was his use of Twitter. Twitter allowed him to communicate … Continue reading

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Mashers and Slicers

I’m fighting in a war these days. It’s the war that’s being fought between smokers and antismokers. And I’m on the side of the smokers. And we’re currently losing pretty badly. But I think we’ll win in the end. I … Continue reading

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Interesting Fictions

I’m currently hooked on an interesting fiction. It’s the idea that when the Earth gets covered in ice – as it seems that it periodically has been -, the ice acts as a layer of insulation on the rock beneath … Continue reading

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Hill Forts Of The Ice Age

For the past 5 months or so I’ve been taking a deep interest in ice ages. The last one ended only 12,000 years ago, which is the blink of an eye in geological time scales. And over the past few … Continue reading

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Realists And Idealists

I recently ordered a copy of The Strange Death Of Europe, by Douglas Murray. It arrived yesterday. And I’ve read the Introduction, which starts with the words: Europe is committing suicide. Or at least its leaders have decided to commit … Continue reading

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Is It All Connected?

Hawaii: We haven’t seen anything like this since Hawaii first became a state back in 1959. Kilauea began erupting on May 3rd, and it hasn’t stopped rumbling yet. In fact, authorities are telling us that Hawaii has been struck by “over 12,000 … Continue reading

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