Daily Archives: September 11, 2018

Some Ultimately Trivial Unsolved Mysteries This Feast Of Trumpets

Every once in a while there are mysterious aspects to a day like this one, and as someone who likes to have some sort of mystery to ponder over, I found a lot about this day very interesting and very … Continue reading

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Book Review: Beyond The Map

Beyond The Map:  Unruly Enclaves, Ghostly Places, Emerging Lands And Our Search For New Utopias, by Alastair Bonnett There are some writers where the more you are aware of their worldview and approach, the less you like reading what they … Continue reading

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Book Review: Atlas Of Improbable Places

Atlas Of Improbable Places:  A Journey To The World’s Most Unusual Corners, by Travis Elborough & Alan Horsfield It’s not surprising that I am attracted to atlases of odd and unusual places [1].  I always considered it axiomatic that odd … Continue reading

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