Suppose you’ve been with your partner for a long time. Your relationship is stable and your overall well being is good. Suddenly, you’re told to sit down “we need to talk”. By the way, whenever a conversation is started like this, prepare yourself as its not going to be a nice one. So you sit … More A View of Perspective
For months we have observed the refurbishment of the shop on High Street, Bollington. We learned through Facebook that it would be a cafe, something I think is a fantastic idea. Since the shop is located in my ward as a town councillor, I, along with Councillor Andrew Langdon, Mayor’s Youth Consort Holly Brockbank and Mayor’s … More The Green, Bollington: Opening Day
This essay will use left and right realism beliefs leading to crime to debate why people turn to drug dealing, trafficking and conservation. Whilst using examples of strain theory and rational thought theory to evaluate the decision to turn to drugs in England and Wales during 1980 to the present day.
I have a long to-do list, so much so I have a “still to-do list”. On that list read “watch Gravity”. I didn’t watch Gravity. It was when I watched the BAFTA’s and witnessed Gravity obtain many awards throughout the night as well as 12 Years a Slave. The number of awards this film won, … More Is Scientific Accuracy Crucial In Cinema?
I thought I would share a video that a group of fellow student’s and I created. Our Neuroscience lecturer has utilised problem based learning (PBL) as a teaching method for the half of the year and we were the Guinea pigs. The premise was to select a problem which would focus around a Neurological problem … More Parkinson’s Disease: University Project
A New Years Resolution of mine for 2015 was to read more books. Unfortunately, I failed to meet this ambition, as I only read a few (Magic of Reality by Richard Dawkins, Edison’s Very Crude Explanation of Quantum Mechanics: Where Science and Spirituality Begin to Meet, by Edison Thomas and Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman). Of course, … More What Is Life?