Time Magazine is no stranger to controversy as regards their ‘Person of the Year’ feature. Some folk have never forgiven them for once giving the dubious accolade to Adolf Hitler, but they have failed to realise that it’s not necessarily a valedictory honour – the Person of the Year is the one deemed to have been most influential on world events, for good or ill. Continue reading My thoughts on being Time Magazine’s ‘Person of the Year’ 2006
Yours truly went up to the Big Smoke last night, to attend my first BSFA monthly gathering. And a lot of fun it was too.
Sterling D. Allan, in contrast to a lot of the more doom-laden 2006-prediction posts out there at the moment, has some encouraging insights into what the next year might hold as far as efficient and clean sources of energy are concerned. Continue reading High hopes for clean energy sources