S.I. = 59.2
Have I got to Friday yet?
Websites that have been visited and thought to be useful
Olive trees - they can be grown in this country Villagio Verde
Teleworking Association - http://villaggioverde.co.uk/
Looking back to Monday, have I had a non-reactive week? It certainly has been a very busy and hectic week. The tracks that I talked about in the blog four days again had literal truth. On Tuesday I attended the AGM of the Teleworking Association. This was just off Haymarket. In order to reach this destination I had to train it. I returned back to Cambridgee station by way of Liverpool Street, the tube to Haymarket followed by another journey underground to King's Cross. They seem to have sorted the one system of people flow well ahead of the 2012 Olympics. I passed the by the Emirates stadium on the way back on the non-stopping train to Cambridge. I was therefore back in Haverhill (my home town) by 4.30 pm having taken the bus on the final leg of the journey.
On Wednesday I attended in the afternoon a lecture on Steam in Agriculture delivered by Tom Doig at my Local Arts Centre (see Link in near the title above). This reinforced my growing conclusion that things do not really change in production only the distance the end user is from the field. As with everything the further you are the way from the event the more like magic it appears to be because of the disconnectedness. Hence we now have a lot of children answering surveys who do not connect cows and milk.
So in conclusion for today, yes, I have had a week that was non-reactive since I did not have to perform Newtonian mechanics and send the problem back in the opposite direction after meeting head on.