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2021-10-19 20:12
Listen on BandCamp and SoundCloud Having put together a song for Mrs Sciencebase that was about some of our shared experiences and made some kind of lyrical sense – The people we can b… Read More
The People We Can Be
2021-10-11 09:12
A lot of the lyrics to my songs come out ad lib when I have a go at recording a first-pass demo of a new tune. I usually then edit them into shape as the song evolves. But, sometimes they ha… Read More
2021-10-06 08:42
Blessed Release You whispered to me just days in the past It was the last time, now forever’s holding fast I turn to music this moment cannot cease But, I skipped a beat before the ble… Read More
2021-10-02 20:12
Mrs Sciencebase coined this wonderful phrase at a small dinner party with friends on the evening of 2nd October 2021. I reckon it would make a fantastic title for a recipe book and she has s… Read More
2021-08-27 13:33
We all know the phrase “dumbing down”, it’s usually used as a rather dismissive phrase of content that has been written at a lower than expected intellectual level. TV, mag… Read More
2021-08-24 17:46
Mrs Sciencebase and myself visited the July Racecourse end of Devil’s Dyke near Newmarket back in July and saw literally hundreds of Chalkhill Blue butterflies and dozens of Marbled Wh… Read More
The Cancelled Moth
2021-08-23 14:17
In the US and elsewhere, there’s been a call to give many plants and animals new vernacular names because their well-known common names contain terms and words considered inappropriate… Read More
Wheatear Aka Le Cul-blanc
2021-08-22 14:08
The Wheatears are on the move, there were a couple of females that took a pitstop along the Cottenham Lode on the outskirts of our village while on passage south. They were first spotted on… Read More
New Moths Of 2021
2021-08-21 14:31
I have been mothing in earnest since the summer of 2018 and have seen and photographed almost 400 species in that time. It feels like a lot, but there are some 1800 or so species we might se… Read More
The Unexpected Beauty Of Moths
2021-08-21 11:30
Regular readers will hopefully be well aware by now that I got bitten by the mothing bug three years ago. Mrs Sciencebase spotted an enormous Copper Underwing in the garden and we were both… Read More

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