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Coronavirus & Curb Your Enthusiasm (random thoughts on both)

COVID-19 I hope this message finds everyone well as we enter ‘Lockdown’ mode. It feels to me like we are living in our very own Science Fiction movie. Certainly we haven’t lived in times comparable to the these. Perhaps psychologically

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28/01 – 3/02 incl. Natassja Kinski, The Great Barrier Reef, Gravestones and Black Books.

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. Stars of the Past: Natassja Kinski  Article at  PrettyandWittyandBright: The author of this article got in contact me with after reading my movie review

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21/01 – 27/01 incl. The Fall of Star Wars, Global Warming and Islam

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. I’m coming out of my month long hibernation to resume my posting routine. I don’t know how astute I will be maintaining it because

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10/12 – 16/12 incl.Quantum Physics, Roman Vineyards and an Alaskan Hunter

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. The Secret Of Quantum Physics: Einstein’s Nightmare (Jim Al-Khalili) | Science Documentary | Science  Real Truth Science Documentaries: I have been binge watching these

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3/12 – 9/12 incl. Deontay Wilder, The Visitor and Order and Entropy

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. Joe Rogan on Deontay Wilder’s Crazy KO of Ortiz Video clip at JRE Clips: There are some topics Joe Rogan can talk with some

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I Origins (2014) – Mike Cahill (Friday’s Finest)

This week on Friday’s Finest we showcase another recent low budget – independent Sci-Fi movie called I-Origins. Like last week’s movie The Man From Earth, this movie probes profound questions about the human existence. I-Origins is a highly original movie

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24/9 – 30/9 incl. Astronomy, IT (Chapter 2) and Mercury 7 Pre-Launch Facilities

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. Common Ground Poem by River Dixon at  The Stories in Between: If you could see What I see In those moments when You’re most

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Humanity and Seriousness – Oscar Wilde

The following dialogue adds another fascinating insight to Lord Henry’s character in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray. The last time, we explored Henry’s pleasure of influencing and misleading people. This week we broaden our image of Henry by

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10/9 – 16/9 incl. Simulation Trilemma, Stand By Me, PTA and Cain and Abel.

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. Joe Rogan Experience #1350 – Nick Bostrom Podcast at PowerfulJRE: For a few years I have been watching Nick Bostrom discuss his Simulation Argument.

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20/8 – 26/8 Manson/Epstein, Tarantino, Springsteen & Humanity’s Future

Welcome back to Monday’s News on the March – ‘The week that was in my digital world’. Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties…Tom O’Neill WordPress article from Badfinger at PowerPop: Manson must have had

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