Aedgar smoothes the air in a turbulent flight and gets stuck into rigid unimaginative scientists.
"A future generation will ask the present beneficiaries to put it back in its original state. It will bankrupt them."
Aedgar shares his thoughts on what humans can do to help protect whales.
This could mean floods on the eastern side of your island, fires in Asia, storms in the northern Americas, more floods in Europe and drought in Africa.
Aedgar's true love was gentleman Aiden. His wife was fine -- until he came home one day and she took an axe to him. A colourful moment during their lifetimes in early 16th century England.
It doesn’t mean you have to put a shell up to your ear to talk to someone. You don't have to go back and live in caves. It means you have to identify the right source of energy for the device you’re using.
Little humans need guidance, they need examples, so they they can each make up their own mind about which path to follow.
Individualized education to help little humans stay on their path.
A discussion about the passing of same-sex marriage laws in Britain leads to a commentary on the state of royalty and King Richard.
'The abundance of minerals is there for a reason; it’s about balance. It’s not stored.
It was never stored for future generations of humans to take it out and use it to save time.'
How Aedgar met Aiden, the love of his lives. He had many dangerous secrets, loving another man and using medicinal herbs at a time when women were burned as witches.
Aedgar shares his thoughts about energy, how it moves from place to place and that people in ancient times knew how to 'catch' it.