Monthly Archives: October 2014

It’s All Just a Wiggle

When I look at the world, I see trees and people and buildings and dogs and a million other things. These things are all one thing, and they are all part of the same big wiggle, the same cosmic dance … Continue reading

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Winter on its Way

Winter has let me know that it’s on its way, and it’s only just over the horizon. The horizon here is one of bare hills and moors, folding over into Lancashire, like a green and brown wave This is where … Continue reading

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M S Advice #10

And finally, keep planning. There are two kinds of planning you need to do. You need to think about the possible progression of your M S, and then envisage ways of coping, or managing, or living with these progressions. Don’t … Continue reading

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October Scents

Last week I had a cold and couldn’t smell very well. It made my walk in the woods much less interesting, although I hadn’t realised how much I had come to use my nose to sort out where I was! … Continue reading

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Gravity and the Theory of Inflation

Back in the January and February of this year, I was fascinated by the beginning of things. Cosmologically, I was exploring the birth of the universe and the idea of the Big Bang, the beginning of it all. As I … Continue reading

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Firing from the Hip

I feel liberated by this blogging, but, at the same time, strangely imprisoned by it. When I meet people in person, whether in a shop, on a train, over a coffee, I am, almost by definition, having a good day. … Continue reading

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