Got to love the frontiers of science. Mathematics and biology are my favourites this year.
This is excellent too. I’m a stickler for e.g. My count and mass nouns, but they do relate directly to the world and our interaction with it. On the could care less issue: I’m not sure I care.
Wow. One of those rare change your opinion readsÂ (for me, of course, YMMV). A must read and the devastating summary I’d select is this: …the terrible truth is that, except through surgery, for the great majority of sufferers, obesity is an incurable disease. This won’t be the case for ever, but really does seem that it is true for now. …
Postmodern JukeboxÂ and the office view are making me happy on a beautiful Friday. Sadly I’m not allowed on the terrace while they remove scaffolding from the 20+th floor .
People are queuing on all four sides of a block in Causeway Bay. I would love love love if it is a stunt and they are going around in circles. But it’s probably a free thingumabob instead.
…for all the birthday wishes. And to the Kong for being beautiful all day. Even cooled down enough by the breeze for a snooze on the lawn.
Jermey Corbyn (a good local MP) was reelected in Islington North by an increased majority, so my vote, had I been able to cast one, would not have changed the result. I’m not sure if I feel good about that or not. Looking forward to a) PR AV or some variant and b) electronic voting.
Thanks, HK. Spring is looking lovely today. What a splendid breakfast view. Extra special having a black kite nest in the trees just outside.
Nice to be featured (sort of) on the cover of the Lamma 500 brochure.
That was (for the most part) a fine performance. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Requiem in D Minor K.626 (ed Franz Beyer) – YouTube.