Monthly Archives: July 2013

Movie Review: Fire In Babylon

For the fifteen year period between 1980 and 1995, the West Indies utterly dominated world cricket. They were a joy to watch with their fearsome pacemen Michael Holding, Andy Roberts, Colin Croft, Joel Garner and later, Malcolm Marshall terrifying opposition … Continue reading

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Exhibition Review: Medicine in the Golden Age of Islam

The Royal College of Physicians (venue:  nr Regent’s Park in London) are currently hosting an exhibition about medicine in the ‘Golden Age of Islam’. The exhibition will be available to view until 25 October 2013 though viewing hours are restricted to office … Continue reading

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Egyptian Democracy and Secular Hypocrisy

How ironic that on US Independence Day we awake to learn that a US-bankrolled army has launched a coup against democracy in Egypt and has placed the democratically elected President Muhammad Mursi under house arrest. News reports suggest that arrest … Continue reading

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