Y2K! The year when the world was going to end.
It didn't end. Neither did loonity.
- January 2000
Y2K has come and gone and we are still here. Also
still here are politics, compassion, physics, strange activities
on farms and someone who belongs on a funny farm.
- February 2000
Biology, music, physics, languages, politics, religion.
You can get a complete education right here without ever leaving
your mouse pad.
- March 2000
Religion, science, philosophy, hygiene. Lots of Popes.
Nietzsche (or was it Hegel?) talked about "synthesis and
antithesis". Here at Quintessence of the Loon we give you
- April 2000
Subdued, energised, lizardised, and fertilised, we
still found time to remember great actors and nurses. No, I
can't be any clearer than that. You will have to look for yourself.
- May 2000
The gamut of human history is covered, from the birth
of civilisation to our place in the cosmic neighbourhood. On
the way we rediscover physics, mathematics, agriculture, medicine
and clouds. Where will the future take us - will we discover
the true nature of time or will we blow ourselves up?
- June 2000
Earl Gordon Curley Memorial Conspiracy Month. If everybody
who was out to get anybody got everybody they were out to get
there would be nobody left to keep score. Is that clear?
- July 2000
History catches up with us and influences what we do today
and in the future. It is even better if we can use the past
to design the future. Or to design chairs.
- August 2000
Self-medication, film criticism, books, history, money
matters, dress sense, travel advice. It's like one of those
lifestyle shows on television, but much more realistic.
- September 2000
Playing games, playing backwards, playing with animals,
playing at literary criticism, playing with people's minds.
And more. Shakespeare was never more prophetic that when he
said (or had Hamlet say): "How now! A rat? Dead, for a
- October 2000
It would be good to get well and stay well. It would
be even gooder to get weller and stay weller. The Crackers Quackers
will lead you to medical treatments you could only dream about.
Dream? Did I say "dream"? Is there a verb "to
- November 2000
Strange new ways of science, communications with the
person within you and with people on the stars, the boundlessness
of knowledge. And vicious postmen. Everyone can learn from this
- December 2000
It's appropriate at the end of the millennium to
look forward to the future. Not that you can look in any other
direction to the future, but you know what I mean. Here we have
challenges, ideas and techniques that should ensure that we
aren't sitting here a thousand years from now saying "where
has the time gone"?