Psych Part II: Did you know that …

I loved this post from Ana – I had to share it with you all!

Simon 🙂

Ana Calin

Psych: Did you know that …

  1. The human brain forgets 80% of what it’s learned in a day?
  2. The music you listen to influences the way you view the world?
  3. Romantic love is only slightly different from the obsessive-compulsive disorder (the purpose of which is to reduce anxiety, and not obtaining pleasure)?
  4. There’s a gene for pessimists that makes them see everything in a bad light?
  5. Spending money on others brings more satisfaction than spending it on yourself?
  6. Communication makes us more intelligent, and enhances memory?
  7. According to the more recent studies, genetics doesn’t really influence the IQ?

Enjoyed this? Plenty more where it came from. Check out the Personality Tests section and have a great time discovering the darkest corners of your personality. I’m always happy to hear from you! Leave your thoughts in a comment, and don’t shy from making suggestions for further posts.

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ESA – Week In Images

This weeks images from ESA include the first pass of a 3D image of the milky way, a galaxy that stands out and the kind of area that's been devastated by fire. The rest of the images are in the link below: via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA Simon 🙂

Barely Bisected Rings

It's been a while since I've written a Saturn post. So when I saw this about Saturn's shrinking shadow I couldn't resist. via Barely Bisected Rings | NASA I hope you guys are behaving... Simon 🙂

Torrents of memories 

I stand absorbed by the falling water. Like moments in time they coomr and go so fast. Lost to the pool below, mixed together in an inseparable mix.  Yet my pool of thoughts can be separated, in mixed from the rest to bring g back moments in a drop, feelings lost to be rediscovered.  Soon... Continue Reading →

ESA – Week In Images

Finding a lost probe on a comet and pictures from Hubble of an oyster and pearl nebula with a star cluster make up this week's images from ESA. via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA Simon 🙂 No ownership claimed on material - Credit ESA

Author Interview – Lucy Brazier – Secret Diary of PorterGirl: The Everyday Adventures of the Students and Staff of Old College & PorterGirl: First Lady Of The Keys

A great author interview with Lucy Brazier – The Porter girl.

I hope you guys are all great, I’ve not got much time to blog right now – but I’m still about and hope to get things on track a bit soon.

Simon 🙂

toofulltowrite (I've started so I'll finish)

Hey there everyone.

Tonight we have a very eclectic, witty, stylish and fun guest for you to get to know better.

I’d like to introduce you all to author Lucy Brazier aka PorterGirl, as she throws her hat into the ring to chat about taking her real life experiences and channeling them into her writing.

Hi there Lucy, thank you ever so much for agreeing to being a guest here today.

It is an absolute pleasure, thank you for having me!

Let’s start with your latest release of “PorterGirl: First Lady Of The Keys”, which was just released at the start of this month. This is a sequel to your debut novel “Secret Diary of PorterGirl: The Everyday Adventures of the Students and Staff of Old College”. The setting and sensibilities are very British in nature. What sort of genre(s) would you classify your books as sitting in while politely sipping…

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ESA – Week In Images

In this week's pictures from ESA the Upsala Glacier, a visit from a toy Rosetta to the Mars yard and an impact on a solar panel in space make up this weeks selection of images. There are more on the link.     via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA Simon 🙂 No ownership... Continue Reading →

Blogger Recognition Award

Thank you to Lise for nominating me, i appreciate it! Her blog is a real treasure trove of different things, from games to books to girly lush things there's is something for anyone. So go and look up her blog and give her a follow!   The Rules Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide... Continue Reading →

The Titan Mystery – Part 15

Tranquility lifted slowly from the landing deck, the extra weight of the mechanoids making the thruster motors strain under the weight. In a few seconds the vessel had lifted  and pushed itself gently through the  opening out into space. "We nearly didn't make that!" Collins complained. "We're too heavy! What's that robot doing on top?"... Continue Reading →

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