Monthly Archives: December 2015

Home grown

I often wonder about the economics of “growing your own”. Usually you have buy your plants, buy compost, fertilizers, and some times special food with added stuff to encourage growth. Then there’s water, which you may get charged for in … Continue reading

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Weather or not.

(One day late again – this is becoming annoying!) The human race probably evolved language for the single purpose of being able to discuss the weather. It’s one of the first things that people learn about when learning a foreign … Continue reading

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It’s History

I was never any good at history. That’s probably because I couldn’t get straight in my mind who was battling who and for what reason and for how long and so on. Later I came across the concept that history … Continue reading

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Considering the Universe

(Once again I wrote this on Sunday, but forgot to post it on Monday) When we are considering the Universe we are considering something that we are part of, and of which we share the characteristics, such as, for example, … Continue reading

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