Monthly Archives: September 2017

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Written on Sep, 24, 2017 by in | Leave a comment
COMING TO GRIPS WITH COLD WATER & STAR SIGNS

I’ve been through an emotional wringer in my last week’s column. Now it’s countdown to hot water.¬†¬† ¬†Science keeps changing things that we are comfortable with. Many things once we thought right have become false or vice versa, such as the germ-killing evidence of hot water. Biologist Jonathan Wells argues in Zombie Science that DNA does not contain the genetic …

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Written on Sep, 17, 2017 by in | Leave a comment
TIME DOES NOT ALWAYS HEAL A BROKEN HEART

Everything is hunky-dory with love in the air, but love has casualties. A broken heart isn’t just a figure of speech. It causes actual physical pain. That you may die of a broken heart has become a scientific reality. It’s happening despite increasing digitalisation of romance with significant changes in “falling in love” in this post-modern age of “loving you …

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Written on Sep, 03, 2017 by in | Leave a comment
MY JAPANLAN MEMOIR AFTER FOUR SCORE YEARS - D

After the Japanese gave “Britannia ruled the waves” a nasty shock in southeast Asia with their lightening attacks, they sneaked through the jungles of Burma, infested with malaria, cholera and dysentery, right to the outskirts of Imphal. Imphal thus became the nerve centre of the British Commonwealth soldiers fighting the Japanese simultaneously at Imphal and Kohima fronts. It was as …

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