I am flattered if you have considered following this weblog.
In creating this ‘ WordPress©‘ project, my primary intention is to learn more about HTML coding, I have used the content as simple boilerplate text.
I believe that the material is factually accurate and although I make corrections of typos, spelling or dates each time I visit to maintain the log, I shall be doing no-more than adding a few links or re-arranging the content into what may be a more comprehensible format.
This is not a research diary nor a blog about contemporary advances in scientific thought.
I learn more each day about the topics covered in the content, and shall continue correcting errors that I find; I presently act as editor and proofreader.
The most recent occasion of finding a typo was also the occasion of discovering a grievous error that had remained undetected possibly since the site was opened. Because this typo (on the ‘Scientific method’ page) inverted the meaning of a paragraph, and by implication the tenor of much of the site, I apologise here with humility. Sorry.
Although I have tried always to be accurate, errors and ambiguities have arisen in the text and I continue to seek for ways of improving the site and the clarity and accuracy of the information. I urge all readers to conduct further research into any topic of interest.
Although the progress of scientific research and discovery continues, the text and content of this web-log is concerned with the origins in history of the ideas examined. My attempts at improvement shall be to make this more clear, not to add further information.
Although the blog is not static nor will it ever be complete – I shall not be adding additional pages of information.
Following, therefore, shall inform you only of page alterations, and not of new content.
I hope instead that you will re-visit the site many more times.
Thank You again for your expressions of interest – Best Wishes in your endeavours and in your research. The World Wide Web is one of the tools my teachers dreamed of when I was introduced to research many years ago – use it wisely and often.
Thank You also to the ‘ WordPress© ‘ team for providing the facility that I have used to share my idea, to the back-up team and theme providers who have enabled the implementation of this project.
In the spirit of ‘ WordPress© ‘ I shall continue to share and link, although you shall find few new postings to this site until I change the scheme to make the present content easier to navigate and to read.
geoff neilsen 2014