Frothblower (formerly Kazak, trying out a new name for size)

BeerHi, it's great to have you visit. My name's Alastair and I live in Scotland. I'm fairly new to h2g2 so I'm still finding my way. Now, what to say here? My name is derived from the Scottish Gaelic version of "Alexander". I enjoy folk dancing and I'm crazy about anything to do with space exploration. I'm also interested in environmental issues, science and technology, Gaia theory, Chaos theory and similar topics. I'm quite interested in I Ching, especially the patterns and models it proposes for that whole 'Life, the Universe and Everything' business. I enjoy the ridiculous - it's a basic requirement for health, but there are some ridiculous people who p**s me off. Ivor Cutler is my hero. I don't have a computer, so I use an Internet Cafe. I stay with my partner Jim, who has three daughters and five grandchildren although he's really quite young. Here's my Mum's website. I look quite like her, except she doesn't have a beard. By the way, my Mum's a writer and loves people saying hello and talking about creative things, and borrowing her books from the library. Greetings to you, and may your life bring you good things today.Advertising


Kennedy Space Centre

Star gazing

Launch Simulation

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My Little Tony

Bush-Gore Dance

Philip Glass

Yay, groovy people!

Radio 3

Radio 4

Andy Kershaw

Mixing It

Historical music radio

Return to the Forbidden Planet

Current Mission Timeline

Current Mission Update

Shuttle Reference

Virtual Astronaut


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Frothblower (formerly Kazak, trying out a new name for size)

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