This is the opening of an Editorial published in the British Journal of General Practice, October 2020. The Cumberlege Review can be read in full here.
This is from t h e s c a n d a l o f t h e c e nt u r y by Gabriel García Márquez:
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]
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
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
I cannot introduce you to Professor Cairo as he is long dead. When alive he offered “indisputable evidence”. It is likely that this ‘Professor’ spent considerable periods of his life … Continue reading Professor Cairo
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’
March 1971; the advice of Dr David G. Hessayon: Note: the above photograph is of Cothall tool shed, Altyre, Moray.
The ‘Plastometer’ as described in 1921:
side by side on an old newspaper page.
An advert from March 1899: