The Last Train

I first started commuting on the 8:31 some thirty years ago. They were an older style of commuter carriage then. Not the type you walk through from one end to the other, not even the type with a corridor connecting individual compartments. You entered each compartment by stepping up from the platform and there wouldContinue reading “The Last Train”

A Prediction from 1937

This is an essay my father wrote in 1937 about the what he expected the world to be like in the year 2000. This was an exercise set by the Pelman Institute, London to help improve ones scientific mental training. I’ve included a transcript for easier reading. The World in AD 2000 – David JamesContinue reading “A Prediction from 1937”