Author Archives: The Scientific Moustache

EDITORIAL VII – Homogenised

2015 has been a long year. It has been a hard year. As it draws to a close I have reflected not just on the path travelled but prospected the road ahead. My time at university is drawing to a close with my graduation a not so distant elephant. I have been toying with notions […]

EDITORIAL VI – 2015 UK General Election Report

Good day to you all, As the dust settles after a rather interesting election, I’d like to take the time to discuss what happened and why I think it happened. I will also take a tentative look at what is to come following the weeks result. I will present the results and examine the discrepancy between […]

AGDQ 2015 – Charity Gaming Marathon

In just over an hour, gamers from all over the world will begin a livestream marathon to raise money for the PCF, prevent cancer foundation. The event is scheduled to run for one week, during which gamers will “speedrun” a plethora of games from many platforms and genres. Donating at various points of the event […]

FASHION I – Contrast Collar Shirts

Good day to you all. Most of you that know me will recognise that I have a certain propensity to formality in my attire. With that in mind I want to talk a bit about things I have seen and items that I want. This will be followed up later in the year by a […]


So, I sit here in the evening on New Year’s Day, thinking about Janus. January is named after this particular roman god. Janus had two faces, and had the ability to see both into the past and into the future. He was said to be the god of new beginnings, transitions, ends; also gateways, doors […]


This weeks menagerie of miscellanea, seen and digested by me, to be regurgitated here to stimulate your mind. If you have any suggestions for the Sunday shorts please send them to “thescientificmoustache [at] gmail [dot] com”. [Fig.4] Not being a big Cher fan, or an X-factor fan. This still blows me away every single time I […]

RASPBERRY PI IV – October London Raspberry Jam

Yesterday was the October London Raspberry Pi Jam at the Mozilla Space in London. This particular event was more geared up to be a hack evening. There were around 25 attendees, thus it was a smaller event than previous occasions; we discovered this was due to the fact that we did not email the eventbrite […]