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A ‘CRACKING’ GOOD IDEA?

Written by Don on Tuesday, 27 September 2016. Posted in Primasonics Blog

A ‘CRACKING’ GOOD IDEA?

The first shipment of US shale gas has just arrived in Scotland. A tanker carrying 27,500m3 of ethane from US shale fields docked at Grangemouth, the refinery and petrochemicals plant owned by Ineos.

A NEW VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY!

Written by Don on Tuesday, 02 August 2016. Posted in Primasonics Blog

A NEW VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY!

The first bulk cargo to be shipped from England to America was in July 1620 in a ship called Mayflower – its cargo- men, women and children! There were over 100 people plus 20-30 crew. This ship was considered at that time to be one of the most modern bulk cargo ships to be built and despite some terrible Atlantic storms it survived to land the first settlers on shore after enduring 66 days at sea. One woman, Elizabeth Hopkins gave birth, whilst at sea, to her first son aptly names Oceanus.

Sonic Swan Lake

Written by Don on Tuesday, 27 May 2014. Posted in Primasonics Blog

Sonic Swan Lake

I must admit that I not the world's leading lover of the ballet. Perhaps it is because it has always been choreographed and presented in the same somewhat old fashioned style. However my view on ballet totally changed when I went to see Matthew Bourne's adaptation of Carmen which he titled The Car Man.

Onto a winner!

Written by Don on Thursday, 20 February 2014. Posted in Primasonics Blog

Onto a winner!

I must admit that I personally am not ‘big’ on the Winter Olympics, however I sat spellbound watching Lizzy Yarnold win the women’s skeleton event – a real British gold medal ‘slider’. She hurtled down the ice tunnel with its numerous banked curves, covering the 1,500 metre course in just over 58 seconds.

Sixty Years of Acoustic Design

Written by Don on Tuesday, 14 January 2014. Posted in Primasonics Blog

Sixty Years of Acoustic Design

This year is the 60th anniversary of the First World War which began on July 28, 1914. No doubt that leading up to this historic date, our daily lives will be full of constant reminders of this horrific war in which more than nine million combatants were killed.

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