The other week I linked to an article over on Cognitive Discopants about his experiences of realising that conservative evangelical Christian theology (and people) 'bubble' doesn't actually hold all the (correct and helpful) answers when it comes to meshing the Bible, history and science.
Sir Martin Rees, until recently President of the UK's premier scientific body the Royal Society, has been awarded this year's Templeton Prize, designed to recognise individuals engaged in tackling the 'big questions' of reality and existence.
I am a physicist currently working in biomedical research.
Firstly though and (hopefully) before all else I am a follower of Christ (commonly called a Christian).
I like fudge, roasts, good company, spiders and something else.
Warring, transforming robots are quite good fun too.