Monthly Archives: April 2016

Wherever law ends, tyranny begins

The following article is written to sit alongside a variety of secondary and sixth form assemblies I am giving currently about the rights of man and the needs for a civil society, and that they are not perhaps the same. “Wherever law ends, … Continue reading

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‘Screenagers’ – a 21st century film about the digital ‘Silent Spring’ affecting our children

The graph above identifying the arrival of the term ‘screenager’ in literature shows just how modern a term it is. The peak in the early noughties might be attributable to the popularity of the band ‘Muse’ and their song of the … Continue reading

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Switching on the genes…Teach the rainbow!

The human genome is a remarkable set of instructions that assists in enabling us humans to live in many climates, on many foodstuffs and to survive the predations of disease organisms large and small.  We know a vast amount about the human … Continue reading

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