Edited by John Brockman Book Review by Mik Scarlet From the moment I learnt to read, I devoured anything science based. By the time I was 12 I saw the future as a place populated intelligent robots, biomechanical engineering, interstellar spaceships, aliens, and ray guns. A fantastic future that wouldRead More about THE NEXT FIFTY YEARS SCIENCE IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 21ST CENTURY
© Mik Scarlet. First published in The Independent So it’s that time of year again. The BBC’s Children In Need campaign. A whole night of stars begging us to give money to help the “poor little things”. Terry and Gabby front this all night-er and we give. Or should IRead More about CHILDREN USED IN BBC NEED
© Mik Scarlet. First published in Best For Music magazine vol.2 April 2001 It wasn’t planned, it kind of just happened. This weekend I did something that I haven’t tried since I was about 18. I STAYED IN ALL WEEKEND. My girlfriend Diane and myself spent 48 hours in ourRead More about LONDON CALLING
© Mik Scarlet. First published in Pure magazine, issue 1, 1999 As the world became brighter, I began to become aware of a strange damp feeling. My eyes peeled open and I focused on a figure in clad in green, their face hidden by a white surgical mask. The roomRead More about VILE BODIES?
First published in The Independent as ‘Do you have to hate people to become a doctor?’ on 20th January 2001 What a bad start to 2001 the medical profession in this country has had. It started with the revelation that Dr. Harold Shipman may have murdered over 300 people, makingRead More about PHYSICIAN – HEAL YOURSELF! By Mik Scarlet