There is a hidden problem with how we are consuming information. We are all very aware of how unhealthy fast food is. It is a known fact that the readily available food that we can grab "on the go" isn't necessarily that good at "keeping us going." What you, perhaps, don't realise is that you … Continue reading Beware the Dangers of Using Fast Media
We have, perhaps, all had the uncomfortable conversation with our boss; The one that followed something that didn't go according to plan, the responsibility of which fell squarely on your shoulders. After the conversation, back at your desk, how do you feel? Did you return, raring to go and put in your best efforts? Or, … Continue reading How to Get the Best Out of Your People
In this modern age of apparent western enlightenment, there seems to be a strong urge for atheists to be very vocal about their worldview. They tend to imply that all belief based on superstition is ridiculous, and should be stamped out for good. But is superstitious belief necessarily that bad? Recently I heard the sad … Continue reading To Each Their Own
Yesterday, my fiancée brought home a book from the school library, where she works. The book was entitled "The Young Atheists Handbook: Lessons For Living A Good Life Without God" by Alom Shaha, which is being distributed throughout secondary schools in England as an attempt by the British Humanist Association to balance out the whole … Continue reading Atheism = World Peace?
Hands up anyone who uses plastic bags from supermarkets as rubbish bags? Now put your hand down, because you're reading your screen with one hand in the air. In the UK it is now law that shops with over 250 employees must charge five pence for their plastic bags. This is a scheme, concocted by … Continue reading 5p Plastic Bags – A Solution?
A Podcast interview with Robert Bone on the In the Chair programme Click here to listen: Journey in stone podcast
In last night's episode of BBC's Doctor Who, "Before the Flood", The Doctor posed a scenario and a question: Imagine a time traveller, who is a big fan of Beethoven, goes back in time to visit his musical hero, and takes his record collection to be signed. Upon arrival, the time traveller discovers that … Continue reading Doctor Who – Bootstrap paradox is no paradox
I was in Cath Kidston earlier, just mooching around on a family jaunt around town, when my I spied the above promotional card. I couldn't help but see this as a sign for our contemporary way of living; the idea that we "need" more stuff. The question is: Do we really? We live in … Continue reading #INEEDITBECAUSE – But do I?
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