Author: Paul

Be Useful: Seven Tools for Life by Arnold SchwarzeneggerMy rating: 5 of 5 stars I really enjoyed reading this book. There are some beneficial suggestions for gaining focus and many of the principles explained in the book I am very sympathetic towards.Three things that stood out for me:* The section on how we use our […]
Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly becoming more sophisticated, and it is now possible to create AI systems that are capable of holding conversations and providing companionship. This has led to some people wondering whether AI could one day replace human friends. There are a number of dangers associated with allowing AI to become a replacement […]
I woke up this morning with a tune in my head so I thought I might have a go at playing it and adding a little accompaniment…
I think this is one of the most important questions we can address because pretty much all of the other questions we will deal with come down to what does the Bible say? That means I need to know if I can trust the Bible as reliable…
This is such an important question and maybe one of the most important questions that people ever ask. Is there a God? Is he real? Is he even knowable? …
I while ago I added a YouTube channel for church history and theology bits and pieces. The link to the channel is as follows:
The other day my pride took a bit of a hit. On my bible reading app I’d managed to get the grand total of 949 on my streak score. For those who don’t know what that is its a measure of how many days you’ve picked up and signed into your app. 949 isn’t a […]
During lockdown I really wanted to try something new and so I decided it would be fun to learn how to use a Digital Audio Workshop. It’s a sort of software recording studio which allows me to record instruments and voices and then mix them together. I have to say I’ve really enjoyed doing some […]
I’ve been flying in flight simulators forever. Well, not quite forever but for a very long time. Microsoft Flight Simulator 2 was one of the first that I flew seriously but since then I’ve been onboard with pretty much every Microsoft Flight Sim that has come out. Of course things have changed. FS2 was pretty […]
Sometimes I think I really am quite brilliant. I have moments when I can just see and everything just seems so obvious. Perhaps it’s a function of watching too much “Mentalist”. The temptation to think that I’m Patrick Jane and that by having such a brilliant mind and extraordinary powers of perception I can just […]
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