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The Wailing Wall

Mar 25, 2011 by

Many a true word is spoken in jest – every now and again, an example of humour comes my way that is so brilliant and so insightful that it makes the efforts of a thousand serious professional observers pale into irrelevance and insignificance. This is the latest: In Jerusalem, a female CNN journalist heard about [...]

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The Biggest Jokers

Mar 25, 2011 by

Reality The thing that has to make sense even when you ignore it, or so it’s said. Well, according to science, that’s not the case.  I’m not going to recount the various theories on what reality is, but they all lead to the same conclusion. It’s not easy to define. The really wild theories about [...]

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Silbury Hill, the Pyramid in the Heart of Old England

Mar 24, 2011 by

Silbury Hill, Britain’s only official pyramid, dating from around 2,500 BC, is probably the largest man-made mound in the world. Lying at the heart of an ancient ritual landscape in Wiltshire, close to the world-famous stone circle at Avebury, it is a source of intense fascination to millions of people the world over. There have [...]

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The Furthest Ends of Africa

Mar 22, 2011

I’ve conducted many studies into different aspects of Stonehenge; apart from the ruins themselves, one thing that all these investigations have had in common is sheer amount of work and preparation went into them beforehand. There are four or five still waiting to be completed in the archives, and I don’t doubt for a moment [...]

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The Everleigh Ghoul

Mar 19, 2011

I’ve visited a great many allegedly haunted locations in my time and I’ll doubtless continue to do so, because these things have fascinated me for as long as I can remember. For the past year or so, I’ve been visiting and trying to study a stretch of haunted lane quite close to where I live, [...]

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The Curse of Porlock

Mar 15, 2011

I habitually keep late hours, hence ‘Dead of Night Productions’ as the name for my website. While I’m working, I regularly wander outside for a break to spend my time gazing up at the constellations, if the weather allows, just as untold generations of ancient astronomers and ‘watchers of the skies’ have done for millennia [...]

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The Prince

Mar 15, 2011

You’re reading this journal by simple virtue of the fact that you’re connected to a source of electricity and to the internet, but it wasn’t so very long ago that people used strange things called libraries to acquire information. You can acquire knowledge by a variety of other means, of course, the most obvious being [...]

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AudioMonk wonders

Mar 12, 2011

He’s wondering why when he has a weekend on his own, he’s doing the Mindscape website ? Well, not to worry good folks at mindscape, because he will be relaxing later this evening, by playing his one and only game. Killzone 3 ! If you haven’t got a PS3, then  buy one, then buy this, [...]

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