With his 90th birthday in July, a trip into space scheduled for later in the year and a new book out next month, 2009 promises to be an exciting time for James Lovelock. But the originator of the Gaia theory, which describes Earth as a self-regulating planet, has a stark view of the future of humanity. He tells Gaia Vince we have one last chance to save ourselves - and it has nothing to do with nuclear power...
Alf's Joint Problems
Don't upset the babies Hillary
Beware - Banana Slug Crossing
The guy behind - Well...... He's a Bastard
Party all night
Stretchy & Bendy
Beware - People Crossing
Cats and Dogs
Mice love Cages
Yes that is a guy in the middle!
Chipmonks after sex
Their is a Human head amongst the beans - See it?
Dental appointments for the open minded
Drunken People Crossing
The dog and duck
Stare at the face for 1 min and what do you see?
Hang in there
God on your knees
Hand me the Haidryer
Head up arse - sandcastle
How to stop internet viruses
Fidler on the roof - House audience
Old and Mexican couple
These are all the same height!
Stare at this - what do you see?
Squint and read
The hills have faces!
Stare at the centre dot and move head towards and away
Motivational Speaker - Veraunda Jackson tells us it's ok to quit, shows us how and provides a dose of straight talking advice.
In honour of Douglas Adams memory, the transcript of his speech at Digital Biota 2, held at Magdelene College Cambridge, in September 1998. Douglas presented this ''off the cuff'' which only magnifies his true genius.
Glastonbury festival reminds me that I am lucky. It opened my eyes to a whole new world outside the “Rat race”. I am the luckiest person in the world, Just being here.
We all love and it's all recyclable. The end of the world seems to arrive as love ends. Winter closes in on a cold heart and flowers lose their colour as loneliness sets in. There will be a new world but it is too far away to see. In time we will be recycled and happy again.
My personal journal from Corsica, written over three arduous and challenging weeks on the "Grand Randonee 20" (GR20). Covering almost the whole length of the island and renown as one of the hardest of the "GR" routes, it follows a rugged and innaccessable line accross the highest peaks, never descending below 3000ft and reaching over 9000ft. Spectacular views and some awsome situations made it a must do on My wish list.
I am writing you with much concern after having read of your hearing to decide whether the alternative theory of Intelligent Design should be taught along with the theory of Evolution. I think we can all agree that it is important for students to hear multiple viewpoints so they can choose for themselves the theory that makes the most sense to them. I am concerned, however, that students will only hear one theory of Intelligent Design.