Monthly Archive: May, 2013

about being normal

The only normal people are the ones you don’t know very well. My perceptions of normal have been hit hard on two occasions. The first time was as a teenager identifying the only… Continue reading

change of air

I’ve moved from the southern to the northern hemisphere; from sunny warmth to cloudy, wet and windy chill; from hummingbirds and parakeets to seagulls and pigeons; and from peaceful contemplation (verging on boredom)… Continue reading

spine-tingling deities

I’m a huge Mike Patton fan. He’s a multi-talented, multi-faceted, multi-genre music-making genius extraordinaire. I love Faith No More, Fantomas, Peeping Tom and even that silly Italian orchestra stuff. Lots of other people… Continue reading

confessions of a supernatural nature

The probability of supernatural events has been a popular discussion topic of late. I have maintained a firm stance of absolute disbelief in the possibility of supernatural occurrences at any point in history… Continue reading

a fairer society

It seems that as our international society develops, we become clearer about what is useful behaviour and what is harmful behaviour. We have a Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which tells us what… Continue reading

smelling love

Romantic love is obviously something that takes up a lot of time in our lives. Whether we’re with someone or not with someone, it hovers around our heads and nether regions making lots… Continue reading

is atheism falsifiable?

What would you accept as positive evidence that a god-man appeared to human beings at some point in history? My cute little blogging buddy asks the funniest questions. He’s a scientist who thinks… Continue reading