Victim of a lynch mob, or political correctness gone mad?
Warning! This post is not for headline hungry Rock-huggers. It is a long and in-depth look into a very serious and far reaching issue. It’s now stale news of course that Nizam Mohammed was sacked by the President on 2011-04-04 in close approximation to apparently very unsavoury comments made atRead More
Going backwards and forwards at the same time.
I slept an unusual 9 hours last night (2011-11-22). I awoke this morning feeling really good for that. Then I went on the net and saw this: Water shortage to end soon and then Maraval clean-up. I can’t find a single set of words to describe my resulting state ofRead More
Exploiting the ‘dummy’ market
The ‘dummy market’ is about exploiting people who don’t know, don’t think and don’t explore options – for whatever reasons. They find life is too complicated, too short, and everything is too much effort. They want it now and they don’t want to think too much about it. They’re unableRead More
Scientist may eat shorts on TV!
Over the last week there has been excitement in the media about the speed of light barrier being broken by speeding neutrinos. This in essence means that the laws of physics as written/discovered by Einstein may have to be re-written. A neutrino is a very tiny particle with a veryRead More
Q: What exactly is Skype? A: It’s a piece of software that functions as a telephone, on a computer. Q: What is software? A: Software is a computer programme or more commonly known these days as an ‘application’. Q: What’s a computer? A: It’s usually an electronic device that processesRead More
The Cap is totally blowed down!! Like totally! Amma speechless.. just listen and watch. This one was last night – on Britain’s Got Talent.
The Pope escapes arrest in the UK
I wrote about this matter in November 2009 (see: Child Sex Abuse Scandal Rocks Ireland) but some will be wondering what this is about. Prof Richard Dawkins had made calls for The Pope to be arrested and charged with ‘crimes against humanity’ in April 2010 (Times 2010-04-11). However, as theRead More