Cryogenics is something that feels like the property of science fiction yet here we are, grappling with a possible pathway to the far future.
Today I venture into opinion based writing once more, as I express old views in light new events. Inherent in the nature of this post I do not present absolute fact.
How have we come to live in a world where spending on defence often outstrips science? If my study of history has taught me one thing it is that a solid defence against the future is a deep investment in science.
My friends I have been a little quiet of late, and those who have been reading recently will know why; the unthinkable happened and Britain voted to exit the European […]
On 23rd June, David Cameron has announced the UK will have a historic referendum vote on if we should remain a part of a reformed European Union, or if we […]
When I was a child I was terrified of death from an irrationally young age. I remember going to a small holiday park, on the outskirts of Dartmouth that my […]
This is one of the biggest subjects around so I don’t intend to in any way answer it or to summarise all the arguments. If you are so inclined – […]
The Open University seems like the natural progression in a world where 40mb download speeds are nothing to get excited about and fees are at an all time high of […]