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Happy New Year – Quantum 127 – Reflecting on the Year through Music.

Happy New Year – this weeks Quantum takes a review of 2020 and some personal reflection – using my most listened to music on Spotify.  Hope you find it helpful and that you have a Great New Year.  You can listen to it here – https://theweeflea.podbean.com/e/quantum-127-happy-new-year-and-some-reflections-on-the-old-through-music/

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Here are the links…

 

 

 

Quantum 126 – 2020 Christmas Special

https://patron.podbean.com/theweeflea

 

5 comments

  1. In Bob Marley’s classic , ‘No Woman No Cry’ the line which stands out is ” In this great future you can’t forget your past”.

    This is only partly true because , absent Christian belief , and no one would wish to return to unremembered Paganism . The Scottish Enlightenment which reduced God’s social status except among hoi polloi, was a double edged sword , viz., atheism made sense to many scientists but the ineluctable result of it was the proletarian, hate filled French Revolution.

    Anyway Bob Marley’s tune is nicely played here :

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