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I am a big fan of BBC Radio Four’s In Our Time. The format is always the same: veteran broadcaster Melvyn Bragg plus three top British academics discuss a particular topic. It is not in the least bit dumbed down, … Continue reading
Here’s my contribution to Ron Schott’s labradorite geomeme (inspired by Sandatlas’s Lunar Anorthosite). One place that labradorite is popular is in posh office-buildings. I work in such a place and I snuck down to the canteen restaurant and took a picture. No shoes … Continue reading
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