Essays & Miscellaneous…

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“How I Learned to Live with Climate Change”

– on 8/12/18 the BBC reported that “Attempts to incorporate a key scientific study into global climate talks in Poland have failed” – see the article here.

Apparently delegates to the COP24 meeting in Poland were shocked when representatives from the US, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Kuwait objected to this meeting “welcoming” the report.

I am astounded that COP24 could not accept the IPCC’s work and enable mitigation against the effects of Climate Change to proceed. This essay and accompanying poem are my personal response to this complete failure of governance by these global leaders, who should now be hanging their heads in shame.

Falling in love with “Red Dwarf”

The problem with Victor Bergman

Why Blake’s 7 remains relevant today, 40 years after it was first broadcast on BBC1

“Living With The Waste Land”

“Personal Reflections on The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”

“Some thoughts about Post-Apocalyptical fiction”

Miscellaneous writings…

“Stirring Infidelities”

“Is the Kindle reader harming Society’s ability to share stories?”

“In Iraq, no one can hear Kasim”

“Burning Balance”

“Old Pains, New Pains”

“And another thing is that…”

“He didn’t want to go out on such a night but…”

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