Happy Brexit Day?

A short from Dr Mike Galsworthy spokesperson for Scientists for the EU; he is normally well worth listening to. “Happy Brexit Day! But why aren’t the tabloids celebrating? None of them dare mention it on their front pages today despite bigging up “Independence Day” last year. Here’s why… they know the mood is changing and… Read more

A brief history of money

The following is an extract from the unpublished book: Peoplons, Charmons and the Strange One: the uncertain science of economics by C. S. Adams, Illustrated by Cohenbaum. Tokens of exchange: In the economist’s book of myths and legends, money was invented to solve the “double coincidence-of-wants” problem in a pair-wise economic exchange. Paul the baker wants a… Read more

Fire – how did it come to this?

The devastating fire in North Kensington must have had us all thinking of 9/11. And yet this was a preventable, (in all likelihood) accidental fire in what is supposed to be the fifth richest nation on earth. Personally I feel deeply ashamed that such an appalling inferno, in which at least 17 people perished, can… Read more