Collision course to catastrophe or keeping it real and rocking?
Sitting and caressing a cup of cocoa, thoughts of life, the universe and how 42 was definitely not the right answer, start creeping into the remaining cells of the grey matter now thinly stretching across the vast empty cavern of my rattly old skull.
‘Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.’ Albert Einstein.
He was so right. Now more than ever. Here’s a rambling rant proffering reasons why.
Heartbroken for the victims of Grenfell Tower in London, I’m shocked and appalled at the tragic loss of life, yet consoled by the emerging empathy – it gives us all hope
We’re all at each other’s throats and even Mother Earth’s under threat too. Only the Aliens can save us now, kinda. Do your worst ET. I beg you!
The last time we had a World War – that would be number II – we lost an estimated 80 million people, including around 50 million civilians, most of those on the ‘Good’ side. To put that into perspective the entire population of the country that I live in at the moment, the UAE, is less than 10 million.
I’ll try to answer as best as I can, or I’ll just make something up. Either way you’ll get a response!
Robots, Drones & AI, will they make our lives better or take them away?
What do you do? What’s your job?