Monthly Archives: April 2011

A Poem…

Faces in the Floor chairs etched their years into a worn stone floor, darker and thicker as people shuffled through their lives on the flagstones, and all the closing words and pictures melted, fixing eyes on the qualia of grief … Continue reading

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Floods

Following on from my posts last night, which simply re-printed material I had researched and written a few years ago, here is an interesting parallel. This is a photo of Bourton on the Water, flooded out in 1937: And here … Continue reading

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**** Off, Dr Beeching You Miserable Std.

…and here’s another. All original research is mine, all actual quotes, from The Gloucestershire Echo. Some Press Reaction to the Closure of the Railway in Bourton. All the sources mentioned in this article are available in the Gloucestershire Record Office … Continue reading

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The Museum of Witchcraft

In 2007, I did some local history research. It seemed at the time as if everyone was looking into their own histories, in one way or another. I, however, was only interested in local history of the cold war period. … Continue reading

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Quantum Reviewing

Every so often, there are books you don’t feel you can adequately review because you simply aren’t qualified or intelligent enough to discuss the issues involved. One of these, for me, is Lee Smolin’s The Trouble With Physics. In the … Continue reading

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