Supposed to be back to normal today, ha ha. I was knackered yesterday, and it was late when I watched the final three hours of Torchwood: Children Of Earth (I was somewhere with no telly on Wednesday night, i.e. Hatfield, yes, be impressed, and didn't see it on Thursday because of various reasons, mainly Luton Airport's shit computers) and it's now very late indeed. But it was worth it. Torchwood was something else. Not something other than Torchwood. It was Torchwood. You know what I mean, probably. Or you can work it out. Heck, it's funny being home. Even after a couple of days. It tends to be like that, I go away for a couple of days and it's like I've been away for three months or something when I get back. Although I suppose it isn't really, as if I was away for three months it would seem longer. I said it would be back to normal but this will only be normal in terms of length, as I'm just going to ramble on. No I'm not, let's look at a news.
I was imterested to slightly read about the beain's default mode network in this news just now. It's what the brain does when it's not doing anything in particular, when the mind is wandering, and it's very hard-working. I must have one of the hardest-working brains around with all the wandering mine does. Apparently for the brain to actually do something the default mode network has to tone it down a bit - I wish someone would tell mine. Despite the lateness of
Image via Wikipediathe hour and the urgency of this It Is What It Is I got distracted before the last sentence and spent several minutes reading about ADHD. But after that one I spent less than ten seconds trying to think of something else ADHD could stand for, then I stopped and got on with it. Good old me.
They have discovered the world's oldest dinosaur burrow. That seems all wrong to me - dinosaurs shouldn't live in burrows. It's inappropriate. Perhaps it's better that they died out if they carried on like that. Perhaps it's better that they died out anyway. The ones that didn't evolve into something else, that is. I don't know. Dinosaurs were so varied it would be meaningless to say they should or shouldn't have survived. Dinosaurs are over-rated, probably. Flowers are great, there was this news about 'the great explosion in flowering plants suring the Cretaceous Period' - not the boom sort of explosion obviously. I didn't read the story, but I was reminded of the bit of the A414 which was the M10 until a few months ago which I was on the other day, because the central reservation is already fairly overgrown with wild flowers and the verges are wild too and it looks like a motorway in early post-apocalypse days which is very pretty.
that's all from me for now
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