Rev Lucy Winkett, Rector of St James Piccadilly, handy for Fortnum and Mason

The Invisible Magic Friend’s holy virus turns out to be even worse than we thought. There’s only one thing to do, keep believing in the Invisible Magic Friend. Pray to him to make his holy virus go away, or at the very least, just kill somebody else. It’s the only possible thing to do. You know it makes sense.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1adq9yFAwvuL1BrMWajtKexn9nhPD-QJc/view?usp=sharing

Tim Stanley, blogger, journalist, historian and Catholic

Both presidential candidates claim to be true Christians. If there’s one thing that religion really excels at, it’s bringing people together like that. I can’t think of any example where religion has every been divisive. If only Britain was a bit more religious we could be just like the rest of the world.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1L7IcEX6sbrB0H7GoW2D6rD5-QXOrU0IO/view?usp=sharing

The Four Forces of Nature

After the massive success of my series of talks on Quantum Mechanics (some of them have had more than two views!), I thought I’d have a go at explaining how the four forces of nature arise.

This is much less technical than the previous set of talks and is aimed at general viewers rather than those studying at university level.

The first video describes the four forces: gravity, electromagnetism and the strong and weak nuclear forces. It shows how very different they are, and explains that there’s still a great deal that we don’t understand.

In the next video, I’l start to explain where these forces come from.