Twins Paradox Blog: US Election night – Brexit and the backlash against the elite


The US Presidential Election campaign has been made out to be a shock to many, an “out of nowhere” moment but it seems less of a shock when you look at the current feeling sweeping…

Read more...

Twins Paradox Blog: The more sure someone is, the less they know. Lessons I’ve learnt


After graduating from University, I sat down and looked back through all my experiences to see what I thought was the best lesson I’ve learnt. Without a doubt, the biggest and most life changing lesson…

Read more...
STOP mass Syrian Immigration into the EU

Twins Paradox Blog: The “Migrant Crisis”


The recent heart-rending pictures of drowning and desperate migrants has led to a fully understandable compassionate reaction that “something must be done“. Unfortunately, the history of policy-on-the-hoof initiatives driven by short term emotion is that in…

Read more...

Twins Paradox: What is sadder?


The amazing times in South Bend have come to and end and I’m back on small, unassuming British soil. There are too many memories to mention and the amount that I feel I’ve grown in…

Read more...

Twins Paradox: All I want for Christmas is …


I like getting presents for people I care about and thinking that it will make them happy. I enjoy receiving presents. But what I really, really love is spending one day with my family where…

Read more...

Twins Paradox: Casual conversations you only have as a Nuclear Astrophysicist


“Hey guys, is your accelerator working?” “err.. yes. Is yours?” “Sometimes.”

Read more...

Twins Paradox: What English Universities can learn from American ones.


Here at Notre Dame, the big thing that struck me on my first day was that everyone was wearing Notre Dame branded clothing. There were so many people walking about in ND sports wear, I…

Read more...