Welcome To Everything Is Amazing!
Read Me First!
It’s been a long road, getting from there to here. It’s been a long time - but my….
Hold on. That’s the theme to Star Trek: Enterprise.
Sorry. Let’s start again.
At the time of writing, there are almost three seasons of stuff in this newsletter - and it’s getting a bit difficult to find things. You could work your way through each season, using the headings in the centre-top menu on the homepage, and I’d be thrilled if you did that!
But this page (when it’s finished) will be a short-cut to the really good stuff, plus a few suggestions on lots of interesting things to read, around the topic of scientific curiosity, awe, wonder and everything I’m mentioning as I go along.
And if you’re entirely confused about what this is and why you’re reading this, I recommend checking out the About page, which may not make things clearer but there are some soothing photos of some places I’ve been, which I’m told are quite calming.
Hope it helps / that’s you warned.
“Oh To See, To Truly See” - my original introduction, on how China Mieville’s thrillingly weird 2009 novel The City & the City is a great metaphor for pursuing a more curious life…
“In Search Of A Prince Of Serendip” - “Using an online mapping tool, I drew a circle a mile wide around the apartment where I was living in Scotland, and began hunting for serendipity within it.”