• The General Theory of Moral Relativity

    Peace and Love

  • Peter Fowler hasn’t won the lottery

  • Rural Racism

  • Aliens

    And a little song companion piece:

  • Donald Trump Medley

    Peace to yanks everywhere,

  • Melancholy Woman

    [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/263077184″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /] Please enjoy it. Make the most of it. Fourth album on way,

  • Human Garbage

    Not the best mix but whatever yeah. P+L

  • Ada Lovelace

    Come on now gentlemen get in formation, you could be the next Ada Lovelace in the making. Love,

  • Inheritance Tax Threshold Harvesting

    Detective Manners, short and fat, sat at a cup of coffee. Progressing slowly through the Metropolitan police he carried the air of disappointment that a lot of forty year old men who use internet dating algorithms do. He had been given a case by a particularly irritating boss that was going nowhere. A series of […]

  • Romeo and Juliet production concept

    Basically Romeo is an EDL thug and Juliet is from a wealthy Muslim family. Sparse staging with two microphones at the front and two coffins at the back with a white line down the middle. Proximity of social classes in an urban environment. A lot of speeches delivered to audience almost like stand up. A […]

  • Lies, damn lies, and a statistical analysis of multiplier effects in fiscal policy

    I hope you have heard the old phrase ‘lies, damn lies, and statistics’ otherwise the title may just seem a very odd thing to say. And if there is one thing I hate, it is odd things to say. I profoundly believe in the revolutionary act of saying things above doing things. I haven’t done […]

  • Collage 5

  • Aisha’s rebellion

    She looked at the cookie and pondered her options. She knew that the scientists believed that rejecting the cookie displayed what they called ‘the ability to delay gratification which is strongly correlated with various metrics of success in later life’. She was unsure whether to remove the cookie and therefore internally confirm her lack of […]

  • Collage 4


  • Collage 3


  • A critique of pure falsification

    Falsification is a necessary but not sufficient condition for determining scientific statements. Scientific statements are non-tautological and non-contradictory and falsifiable but the reverse is not universally true. Therefore the concept of falsification is totally insufficient. It does nothing to deal with the problem of induction. Of course scientific statements are falsifiable but that is a […]

  • I, abstract

    Over evolutionary history a given trait may be selected if it increases the chances of its transmission (a tautology at the heart of evolutionary theory (my summary of evolutionary theory is ‘what happens happens and what doesn’t doesn’t’)). As increasingly sophisticated mental processes develop, one might tie all the processes together and create a name […]

  • Boon


  • Collage 2

    in Peace,

  • The NHS: when statistics and politics collide

    There are two key pieces of evidence to consider with regard to Jeremy Hunt’s recent handling of NHS management: 1) The original paper, which can be found here. 2) Jeremy Hunt believes in homeopathy. The man ultimately in charge of the NHS believes in homeopathy. (!)* Combine the two and ask yourself if Jeremy Hunt […]

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