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Welcome to my personal web site (which is not my work web site).
If you got here by clicking on a link, using a bookmark, or from a search engine and you were really looking for Gebesse Computer Consultants, they (we?) are at www.gebesse.com.au.
I have worked in the computer business for years and years and you can find out the details in my Résumé. You can also read a musical Résumé here. That's enough about work. This site is personal and is about what I like and what I do in my spare time.
The Mismeasure of Man by Stephen Jay Gould. Gould has been criticised for being a bit cruel and nasty (and even a bit inaccurate) in his criticisms of people who didn't know the things we know today, but it is a useful book to show how science can change as more is learned about something. There is no doubt that science is influenced by the culture of the time, but the difference between science and non-science or pseudoscience is that the real thing can break away from culture when the facts demand it.
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