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Ccochahuasi Animal Sanctuary

What a fabulous day out. I have been dying to visit the sanctuary for over a year now and today was it – and I was not disappointed. The Animal Sanctuary on the way from Cusco to Pisac is free … Continue reading

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The Media & Propaganda

PART ONE – The Political Agenda I am not politically au fait and therefore I am unable to contribute to most political discussions both at home (The UK) and abroad. I apologise for my lack of in depth knowledge of … Continue reading

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Have a wonderful 2016

Happy New Year everyone. I wish you all the best for the coming year and a HUGE thank you for all your support in 2015……

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Quantum Physics

“One of the most surprising and controversial aspects of quantum physics is that it’s impossible to predict with certainty the outcome of a single experiment on a quantum system. When physicists predict the outcome of some experiment, the prediction always … Continue reading

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Heavier than Air Powered Flight – Isle of Bute

What are you all doing on September 12th? Why not come along to our Annual Baird Festival to be held at the Airstrip 10.30 and Ettrick Bay 12.30!!! Scottish aviation history was about to be made when in the very early … Continue reading

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Wemyss Caves

East Wemyss is a former coal-mining village on the south coast of Fife. It is famous for a group of sandstone caves along the shoreline, these having been delved in some far-off time when the waters of the Firth of … Continue reading

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Animals of Cusco

This is one of the precious moments in life when you can be a witness to something like this. The bonding between species that makes you smile in wonderment. CLICK HERE : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_CsaNOTnms

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Gobekli Tepe and Beyond

If anyone had suggested just twenty years ago that post-Ice Age hunter-gatherers were capable of erecting monumental architecture they would have been told in no uncertain terms that this was highly unlikely. There is so much literature out there now … Continue reading

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The Concho Stone

The Cochno Stone in West Dunbartonshire bears what is considered to be the finest example of Bronze Age “cup and ring” carvings in Europe. The stone, which measures 42ft by 26ft, was discovered by the Rev James Harvey in 1887 … Continue reading

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The Metcalf Stone

The Metcalf Stone is a unique and important discovery. It was found by Manfred Metcalf in 1967 at Fort Benning outside Columbus, Georgia. This eleven by eleven inch stone was part of a chimney foundation from a house built prior … Continue reading

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