Borrowed Light
Sunday, September 24, 2023

Rainbows and pre-dawn skies capture light that would otherwise be lost to the heavens, instead gifting it to us. We live in borrowed light. Continue reading → .. read more..

Politics of Water
Saturday, May 27, 2023

Water has been at the heart of Welsh politics for many years as highlighted by an article in the BBC News today1.  However, the impacts of climate change means this is a growing issue across the world. I recall hearing … Continue reading → .. read more..

Another year – running and walking, changing roles and new books
Monday, September 5, 2022

Just completed the Tiree Ultra, a high spot in the year for me, and the academic year change, so a good point to reflect on the year past and year ahead.  Lots of things including changing job role, books published and in preparation, conferences coming to Wales ... and another short walk ... Con... .. read more..

Sampling Bias – a tale of three Covid news stories
Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Three recent Covid-19 news stories show the serious (and in one case less serious) impact of sampling bias, potentially creating misleading or invalid results. Continue reading → .. read more..

Universities and Covid – how bad was it and what next?
Thursday, September 30, 2021

Based on the data, it appears that in 2020-2021 there was an additional Covid death for every 50-100 university students educated. Alternatively, lockdowns may have been sooner and longer. Continue reading → .. read more..

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