Author Archives: Philip Newman

About Philip Newman

Senior Concorde Flight Engineer Retired, Philip Newman, writes in support of sustainable energy technologies. His extensive travels in the Pacific, Antarctic, and tropical rainforests, his love of a good story, and his conviction that the Ancients were sophisticated solar technologists, all contribute to his series of novels about Meira, a green super-heroine.

There is a Tide…

Posted on 20th May, 2011 by Meira Around four hundred and fifty years ago William Shakespeare observed, in a speech delivered by Brutus in Julius Caesar, that: There is a tide in the affairs of men. Which, taken at the … Continue reading

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Moving On

Posted on 17th February, 2011 by Meira Well that worked. Facebook spread the word and a Stubborn old man was forced to move on. Good for him, and good for young Zuckerberg, and good for the couple of million Egyptians … Continue reading

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Stubborn

Posted on 2nd February, 2011 by Meira If you asked resident Australians a month ago if they believed we were undergoing climate change it would be no surprise to hear some say no. Not the majority you understand: just a … Continue reading

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