Tag Archives: History

A Response to the Futurists

I read something recently which made me very angry, because I could see immediately the very clear connection between these ancient writings (or rantings and ravings, if you prefer), now over a hundred years old, and what has actually come … Continue reading

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A Form of Immortality

Immortality is a funny thing.  I suspect many harbour a secret dream of living forever, but few of us want the incessant, unending infirmity that begins at around one hundred years of age.  That said, don’t you find it amazing … Continue reading

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Art from the Heart

When I was a small boy, I lived in a place that was populous enough to have a weekly newspaper, delivered for free, which brought us news of local events and celebrations, subsidised, of course, by the business and trades … Continue reading

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When Perspectives Change

I’ve always been fascinated by that moment when a new idea takes hold and suddenly the world is forever and irrevocably changed.  Actually, it often isn’t a moment, it’s more like a diffuse wave in time and space, but whereas … Continue reading

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