The Facebook Fallacy

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There as distinct problem with Facebook; the ability to accept and reject friend requests. The source of this problem lies in the reasons for our acceptance or rejection.  Our emotions are intricately linked to our ability to reason, meaning that we … Continued

Educate Yourself

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Those of you who follow my Facebook exploits (which I’m pretty sure is everyone I’ve ever met, because I’m famous and important and influential and joking) will know that I like to fight battles.  I’m a real believer in debunking … Continued


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It’s only recently that I’ve noticed the new trend in ignorance; TL;DR. TL;DR = Too Long; Didn’t Read. I’ve had this posted on comments regarding complicated issues such as anthropogenic climate change, consequences of the anti-vaccination movement, the origins of extremism … Continued


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Sometimes I ask myself why I like to take photos.  Is it to document an event or animal or place or thing, or to capture a moment, or for nothing other than enjoyment?  I’m not sure.  Sometimes I feel like … Continued

Moal Boal Sardine Ball

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A few weeks ago, myself and Anna travelled up the coast to Moal Boal on one of our days off from working with LAMAVE as research assistants in Oslob, Cebu, in the beautiful Philippines that is our home for the next year … Continued

New Site Perpetually Under Construction

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My last website, with it’s lovely little ladybird background and loads of posts about my photography and videography work, with a recent progression on to more thoughtful posts, such as my info graphic on the civilian casualties of Operation Protective Edge, … Continued

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