Some fantastic images from RevStan here…
When I was a few years older than Hazel, The Very Hungry Caterpillar was my favourite book. How awesome is it that a few decades later, I can read the blog of the author and see his latest work?
A man in Lewisham Central, for example, lives for 70.8 years on average. In the Queen’s Gate ward, is in the affluent borough of Kensington and Chelsea, this figure is 88.3 years.
Lewisham Central – where I used to live – is bottom of the league for men's life expectancy in London.
So very, very glad that we got out.
It's a mashup… but YOU CAN DANCE to the Star Wars Cantina Band.
Quite possibly my next photographic purchase…
Not sure high winds would add to the experience, though…
Argument: Because the elephant of intuition is more powerful than the rider of deliberation, moral judgements are firstly and mostly intuitive and only subsequently and occasionally reasoned
Highlight: Experiments which test subjects’ reactions to stories involving abnormal but not strictly harmful behaviour find that, instead of reasoning leading to response, the subjects react first and then develop – often rather contrived – rationales for their reactions
This is why discussions about politics and religion so rarely go well on the internet.