I would be lying if I said this week has been anything but a weird one.
Starting with Bundaberg’s rejection of improved tooth health, which lead me into the bizarre world of the anti-fluoride enthusiasts and then to learn about the “genius” Matt Ridley, whom has been able to render decades of climate research null and void with little more than a graph and ruler (sheer brilliance of deduction) only to end it all – apparently, literally – with a Mayan dooms day.
The crackpots are in fine form, for sure!
I hope my efforts have been of value to my readers. I know I do ask a lot, with posts generally twice as long as most, but I do not deny being inflicted with the “gift of the gab.”
Early into the new year, I should have my two new ebooks live and I have another two in early stages of drafting and another idea in collaboration with others which will be longer and more detailed – but that is still a while off yet.
I plan not to write over the coming week and a half, but if something arises that begs it, I may be inclined to write something small. My focus, as I hope will be most people’s, will be on spending time with my friends and family.
That said, I expect to provide the odd tweet on twitter; so feel free to follow me and keep tabs on whatever I may do online over the this time.
Be safe and enjoy the holiday, regardless of your religiosity; for it is a great time for the important elements of life and a great opportunity to construct rewarding personal memories.
See you soon!