dat-ol-debbil-realitypulled in from the web this morning. The first was an article on how ‘time does not exist‘, which of course predictably (ouch) attracted barrages of opprobrium and even much vociferous squawking from the outraged.

‘Tis ever thus, I’ve been saying it myself for many years—

The concept of time is simply an illusion made up of human memories, everything that has ever been and ever will be is happening RIGHT NOW.

That is the theory according to a group of esteemed physicists who aim to solve one of the universe’s mysteries.

Most people do not even consider the concept of time but there is nothing in the laws of physics to state that it should move in the forward direction that we know.

The laws of physics are symmetric ultimately meaning that time could have easily moved in a backward direction as it does forward.

Read from source: CLICK HERE Screen Shot 2016-12-15 at 07.28.11.png

But despite the UK ‘Express’ having degenerated over the years it still comes up (sometimes) with interesting thoughts. I read only enough of the responses to confirm our conditioning. Not good.

Moving along in the bus:


and I went on an effectively starch-free diet the weight fell off of us. Ok, ‘fell’ is the wrong word—it gradually left us; incremental change, noticed only after a while.

So I was more than a little intrigued by this newsy wee article: oink.png

to gast your flabbers: CLICK HERE

from which I quote —

This year, Andrew Taylor ate nothing but potatoes.

It was an extreme diet that at first was criticised. Some said it was an unhealthy approach to weight loss, others believed there was no way he’d last 12 months, but almost one year on, he has proved you can survive on nothing but potatoes.

He vowed on January 1 he would touch nothing but the starchy vegetable and Taylor has lost more than 50kg and says he is a completely changed man.

“I was clinically depressed last year and eating potatoes has really helped me with that,” he told

—go, or not-go, and make of it what you will. (Granny ‘Herald’ was once the newsery in New Zealand) (Once …)

Here, have a nice time … CLICK ME



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