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Peter Bickerton (Juggling Doctor)
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Plant scientist, communicator, writer and poet. Passionate about biology, topical poetry and finding creative solutions to global problems.
Plant scientist, communicator, writer and poet. Passionate about biology, topical poetry and finding creative solutions to global problems.

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Artificial intelligence
To prove you are not a robot tick the box. As if any intelligent artificial intelligence would fall for that trick. Dare say more humans would be stuck. Click. Click. Click.
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Dumb
Every day, calls to save the world. A moist sphere, transiently flying through space. Supposedly, dying, yet facing a much greater threat. A giant red sun. The world will succumb. All that conservation undone. Calls to save the world seem...
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Dumb
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Future Ape
Crash! Bang! Wallop! The tidal wave of an asteroid splash Drowns the rainforest we’ve finally learned to conserve And we glance up to the pale red dot. Humanity’s last chance, Vanished in an armageddon, Long since the last breath escaped Bruce Willis. We di...
Future Ape
Future Ape
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Dreams
I want life to be half like the Matrix. At night, after abundant cheese I'd plug my head into the pillow and dream. Those best sellers, quickly forgotten, would instead be downloaded, ready to be lived, once more.
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The birth of the Super Ape
A glorious, technicolour bundle of life, Abundant in ores christened within a fiery core. Blazing a dizzy path around a glistening star; Flying through infinite, atomless space, and time. Each passing day a mere revolution among the trillions, Among the tri...
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Left and right
Who’s right, who’s wrong? Left and right, North and South. The two poles of the magnet repel each other such that we’ve lost the centre which lies, trapped, crushed by opposing forces. Who’s right? Who’s wrong? Left. Right. Hold on tight.
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What do we know?
We should write what we know, and what do we know? What we learn through the lens of our experience, Unique, for any one of us, what seems to be true. But not the most reasoned of scholars nor chaste of priests, Can ever really know, or understand, that tru...
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Big bang
Crash! Bang! Wallop! Something forged out of a massive nothing, An infinite density, The beginning of time. A universe, at once infinitesimally small And infinitely dense, Foretelling our seemingly thin grip on reality. As far as the eye can see, Beyond eve...
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Big bang
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Toiletiquette
Seeing red, definition: That moment when you're in joyous relief and the door handle thrusts you out of Nirvana, violently shaken, as if the engaged sign were merely an invitation. Brown nosing, suggestion: The place where the face of the offender should be...
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A quantum of solace
A quantum of solace, mind blown. It's nice to know, amidst all that we do know, we haven't a clue what's really going on. The fabric of reality, as tangible as a duvet that floats away as the sleeper dreams and therefore possibly freezes. Intangible, it see...
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