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Caught In The Act

The door creaked open! Okay, it did not creak at all, but my brain said it did. It was the most swiftly moving, light weighted and smoothly functioning door (unlike mine), but my brain wanted to believe it was the heaviest, in hopes that it would excuse me from getting caught doing the task that I had made my mind to take on. 613 more words


Toúr De Toronto

It took 90 minutes and $50 to get to JFK. My flight was out of Newark….

Typical me. Not as bad as the time I missed my flight to Rome by two days. 972 more words

North America

Persistent link between solar activity and Greenland climate during the Last Glacial Maximum

Florian Adolphi, Raimund Muscheler, Anders Svensson, Ala Aldahan, Göran Possnert, Jürg Beer, Jesper Sjolte, Svante Björck, Katja Matthes, & Rémi ThiéblemontSource: Nature Geoscience 213 more words
Climate Change

Pain Angers Pain

Pain transmutes to anger
Anger inflicts pain
Which is, in turn
Transmuted back to anger


Awareness: The Power of Art on Media

When it comes to promoting Dialogue, I keep my eyes on art and media.

Working previously in an advertising agency, it opened my vista to the wonderful world of communication with very few words using art. 211 more words


Cycle to the Arctic Circle - Day 2

Day 2: Oslo

The rain is coming down in gusting sheets, cold, and grey-bleak, it sluices from the steep roofed, continental houses of Europe’s fastest growing city. 378 more words

Milestones, Wrong Directions

Ride 28.08.14

Being a good European, and having worked in metric all my school life, I have been measuring my bike rides here in kilometres, regardless of anyone in the UK reading and thinking ‘Hang on, he went 50.6km in all, how many miles is that?’ I measure and write in km because it’s the language of distance for the all of the major bike races I follow throughout the season, all of the Grand Tours, the Classics etc, all kilometres. 1,605 more words