Self replicating and organising patterns represent something more primal than life. Did life inherit this drive toward meaningful repetition?Read More Who writes the #Writer?
Originally posted on TwilightBeasts:
In a sense, Pleistocene megafauna are still with us even in post-industrial England. It may not seem like it but the humble heifer is probably the most successful species of megafauna on the planet, outnumbering all the elephants, rhinos, whales, lions, tigers, and hippos put together! The simple cow (1.5 billion…
It’s “Out of the Silent Planet”, a la 2087. Where have you been? Extreme sports goes to Hell! And what the heck is with that car?Read More #NightFlighttoVenus
Sometimes imagination is far better at resurrecting the ancient dead than any scientific advance. It’ll be a sad day when technology finally catches up with it.Read More In the shadow of #Dinosaurs
Originally posted on Jules Verne Times Two:
“The more we travel, the bigger the world gets”. Over the last couple of years we have taken advantage of our somewhat vague motto to talk about many different things. Christened during our round-the-world trip, it originally stemmed from our observation that no time in the world would…