Sunday, 1 May 2016


Unfortunately I no longer have the time to maintain this blog. This is because there is so much going on in my personal and professional life, which I need to concentrate on.

I therefore only plan on finishing the following articles:
  • An open letter to the DfT (which I will also email to them), in lieu of the PDF document, because I no longer have time to finish this document.
  • Why I personally believe Britain should drive on the right.  Yes, I am in favour of this change too, but this has nothing to do with metrication.
After that, I will keep the blog open, moderate comments, and respond to comments. But I will no longer be posting new articles and the migration to WordPress is also cancelled. My apologies for this.

Should this change and I have more time to write articles, I will post another announcement saying so. 

I will in any case maintain existing articles where necessary (corrections etc.), if I get the time.

 Sunday, 12 April 2015

Apologies and blog roadmap

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Apologies for the lack of posts since March 2014. Until this point I have had practically no time to prepare new posts for the moment, and a lot had been going on in my life - in short I was extremely busy, so had practically no time to make posts until now.

 Thursday, 6 March 2014

Video: Glyphosate and GM threaten monarch butterflies

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You may be aware that bees are under serious threat due to pesticides and other toxins in the environment. Likewise, the monarch butterfly risks becoming endangered, as genetically engineered corn and soya and other genetically modified crops have largely eliminated the monarch butterfly's sole food and breeding source, the milkweed. Glyphosate-based herbicides also destroy soil, plant, animal, and human health. A video explaining the plight of monarch butterflies as well as what you can do, is included with this article.

 Thursday, 16 January 2014

Reasons for drinking raw milk and avoiding processed milk

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(NaturalNews, 5th October 2013) Until the early 20th century, raw milk - natural milk sourced straight from the cow - was considered both a safe, nutritious drink and a medicine. Doctors would routinely prescribe it for a plethora of chronic ailments ranging from indigestion to constipation, and many cultures regarded it as a perfect food. After all, just as eggs provide all the nutrients needed to grow a healthy chick, milk provides all the nutrients needed to grow a healthy calf.

In this article, you'll find out why raw milk was held in such regard by every culture that consumed it. You'll also find out how today's processed milk, which has undergone pasteurisation and homogenisation, compares to it in the nutrition department.

 Sunday, 6 October 2013

Three remedies for Alzheimer's Disease

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(, 5th October 2013 by J D Heyes) Medical science still has not figured out the puzzle of Alzheimer's disease, but there are some natural remedies that medical researchers say could offer substantial relief: colostrum, ashwagandha and turmeric.