Monthly Archives: February 2016

NOTES FROM THE SHED: TALKING GLUE, BLACK HOLES AND JEAN PAUL GOUDE

SHED SALUTES SHED, ACROSS THE SEAS The Shed was sorry to hear that Egyptian experts have restored the Mask of Tutankhamun to its original 3,800-year-old gravitas, after it got dropped and the lads at the museum took it into their … Continue reading

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NOTES FROM THE SHED: SOME OPINIONS AND SOME FACTS

The Shed’s readership normally comprises a dozen in-laws, cousins, nephews and nieces, a kindly Kenyan who can advise us on how to get rich quick when we need to, and the odd drunken Googler … However, every now and then … Continue reading

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