[Tottenham & Wood Green Journal] - Father Simon Morris said: “It always amazes me considering it's done entirely by volunteers. One of the great things is seeing how much the children enjoy it. The bangs are echoed by the children going 'bang' as well.” Teenagers, parents and members of
[The Independent] - Second prize, an Olympus XZ-1, went to Simon Morris, of Bridgend, South Wales, for his images from southern China. Lauri Hytti, from Kingston-upon-Thames, took third prize, an Olympus SZ-30MR, for three landscapes that spanned continents.
[Yorkshire Post] - Senior judges have ordered an urgent investigation after lawyers for jailed Yorkshire property tycoon Simon Morris claimed there had been serious irregularities during his blackmail trial. Morris, a former director of
[Yorkshire Post] - Former Leeds United director Simon Morris, who once featured in The Sunday Times Young Rich List with an estimated fortune of £69m, was today expected to begin an appeal against conviction after being sentenced to 18 months in prison.
In a stroke of imaginative genius our understanding of consciousness was radically transformed, but in an entirely unexpected way. Critical clues came from diffuse nerve nets and, even more extraordinarily, plant neurobiology. Banished forever was the idea that the brain alone was the seat of consciousness. Rather, it is an 'antenna' embedded in a hyperdimensional matrix. The depths of reality are only now being uncovered, but now the springs of imagination, intuition, abstraction and even pre-cognition are revealed. What was once called the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics was simply a clue to a superbly structured universe where mind is an integral component, instantiated at the big bang or maybe even before? Future exploration offers dizzying prospects, but we are not the first to venture forth. Far in advance of the emergence of human consciousness, innumerable galactic civilisations had slipped into what we now call the Mortimer Manifold. - "King of Sweden" presenting "Professor Mortimer" with the Nobel prize, in "Simon Conway Morris forecasts the future" at NewScientist.com (15 November 2006)
[Rutland and Stamford Mercury] - With two top players missing, Simon Morris stepped in against Hunts County and had a hard fought match against Andy Reynolds. In the past Simon has had the upper hand but Andy arrived at Stamford to even things up and with all the games going to the