Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening to anyone who has decided to visit my page and also anyone who has got lost trying to find something interesting to read :-)

This page has been left empty for a long time, a baron cyber waste land void of all signs of life, that is until now. I have just visited a couple of other home pages and been thrown into a spiral of shame, I feel like the proverbial "Scrooge", one who has refused to join in with the spirit of the site making thoughtless excuses like lack of time. So hear all that read this, today I have cast of my veil of excuses and laid myself bare to be overcome with the wonder that is H2G2 :-) That was probably a bit dramatic but I think it gets my point across.

Well, now a bit about myself. I'm an Eighteen year old from Chester, a little town just outside liverpool, England. I am nearing the age where I would be going off to University but I still have some work to do before I could be excepted for my chosen establishment. Although not excepted I have no doubt over which subject I will do, Maths! Not considered one of the most interesting subjects but by far one of the most fun :-), or is it just me that thinks so?

I have been trying to think of a good web link to insert here, but I can't. So instead I will give you all a good reading recomendation in the form of a book (if you haven't heard of one it's like a web page but made of paper, I here they used to be pretty popular in the old days), the book is called "The Elegant Universe" and is written by Brian Greene. This is not a novel but is an enjoyable read anyhow, it does help if you have an interest in or any knowledge of physics and/or maths due to the technical explainations the author often uses. It is based mainly on the fairly new physical theorem "superstring theory", which atempts to explain the paradox's which appear in many great physical theorems including Einstiens general relativity too Quantum theory. Therefore this book is far from light reading, but for anyone who holds an interest in how the Universe works as a whole (including space and time) then there is no better book for you.

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