Monthly Archives: August 2014

Mansfield full of marchers once again

The moment when the People’s March for the NHS rounded the corner of Mansfield market square on Wednesday 27th August was incredibly moving. The shops had shut by 5:30pm, so the square was fairly quiet apart from the crowd gathered around … Continue reading

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Quantifying Occam

So who – or what – is Occam, and why must it be quantified? Occam’s razor is an old maxim in science that rules you must choose the simplest theory to fit your data, and cut away the more complicated theories. It was first … Continue reading

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The perfect chocolate fudge cake recipe

I love chocolate but all too often when it is made into a cake it seems a waste of good chocolate, because the sponge can be too dry or the icing too sweet and sticky. But now I have finally found … Continue reading

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