As a long term supporter of openness and transparency I am disappointed to find that hole ousia can no longer be fully open and transparent. This is because a small … Continue reading Hole Ousia [no longer the same]
Hole Ousia never stops learning. Hole Ousia is troubled that the ‘collaboration’ with the Pharmaceutical Industry in ‘medical education’ can have consequences and actually undermine science which seeks objectivity.
Yesterday I took Big Ted with me yesterday to Glasgow. I was not there for any reason other than to wander and observe. I was exploring the West end area … Continue reading HOME and AWAY
The above – partial quote – comes from the following closing paragraph of an Editorial that has been published in the current edition of the British Journal of General Practice: … Continue reading “Might be seen as . . .”
Nearly all now agree that Phrenology was never science. History can help guide science. Today: can we be sure that everything understood as scientific is not as BUMP-TIOUS as our … Continue reading BUMP-TIOUS SCIENCE
This is an old review of an old book. I find that I am not well enough versed to understand the full context and that I struggle with some of … Continue reading ‘The scientific attitude’
The ‘Plastometer’ as described in 1921:
side by side on an old newspaper page.
An advert from March 1899:
The Morrison family were once well known in Forres. This family ran a Grocery shop from 120 High Street, where they lived above the shop: On the last day of … Continue reading NOTICE of REMOVAL
This one minute film relates to our commercialised world. It is based on several old newspaper adverts. Music credit: ‘Impossible’ by C. Duncan This film is for Marion Brown and … Continue reading Mr. SELL
If only there could be an algorithm that presents who I am rather than PREDICTING it!
An advert from The Edinburgh Evening News, 9 May 1898.