How to drive jobsworths potty! In this devilishly inventive manifesto, late astronomer Sir Patrick Moore tells how he fought back against box-ticking bullies | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 29 December 2012 Hitting back: Sir Patrick Moore had his own way to fight back against bureaucrats Sir Patrick Moore, who died earlier this month aged 89, is best remembered as the motor-mouthed frontman of television’s longest running show with the same presenter, The Sky At Night on BBC1. But the astronomer and entertainer had another side, as a self-appointed scourge of bureaucracy.
Magnificent men and their flying (and rolling and riding and shooting) machine: How Red Bull made the world's most elaborate Rube Goldberg contraption | UPDATED: 18:30 GMT, 13 December 2012 It's a perfect example of man and machine working in perfect harmony to achieve, well, not all that much actually. But the way in which this elaborate chain reaction reaches its convoluted endgame is truly mesmerising
Is infidelity written all over a man’s face Angular jaw, square chin and prominent brow suggest man is prone to cheating | UPDATED: 09:58 GMT, 5 December 2012 Ladies, if you want to know if the man of your dreams will be faithful, look him in the jaw…or the chin or forehead. Research shows that women are able to judge a man’s fidelity simply by studying his face. Signs of a male who is prone to cheating include classic masculine features, such as a wide, angular jaw, a square chin and a prominent brow