Monthly Archives: September 2012

Reading ‘bout a Revolution: what Thomas Kuhn says about Hippies and Global Warming

Spending a lengthy portion of time without proper internet is, it turns out, an educational experience.  Other phrases spring to mind too, but I’m going to focus on ‘educational experience’.  Obviously the loss of such a powerful tool for inefficiency … Continue reading

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Confused by Enlightenment: The Paralympic Opening Ceremony

So after a month-long hiatus from science at the Edinburgh Fringe (went well, thanks for asking), I’ve spent the last few days trying to rebuild brain-space and re-immerse myself in all things scientific for a return to the land of … Continue reading

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NON-SCIENCEY (BUT WORTH READING) CHARITABLE THING The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is often a strange and painful experience, but this year I ended up making it even more strange and painful than usual.  Due to an unusual set of circumstances, I … Continue reading

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