About Brainwaves

Welcome To BRAINWAVES – The Alternatives


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BRAINWAVES is a one man think tank inaugurated by Martin Mosse in 1998.

Its primary aim is  to foster the progressively disappearing art of Thinking, and to promote   alternative approaches to some of the issues of today, in fields as diverse as economics, New Testament history, theology, philosophy and mathematical education. 

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Martin Mosse was born in the 1950’s and holds degrees in classics (M.A., Oxon),    Mathematics (B.Sc., Open), and New Testament history (Ph.D., Wales). Having made his career in operational research, his first book – his revised doctoral thesis, The Three Gospels: New Testament History Introduced by the Synoptic Problem – was published by Paternoster in 2007.

His completed mathematical textbook, e, i & pi, described in report BW/003, can be downloaded from Section III (report pages are currently being updated). 

His other interests include photography, map postcards, family   history, the poetry   of Robert Browning, gardening, Freecycle and knots.       

He is married to Barbara, who is a retired priest and published author of ‘The   Treasures of Darkness’ and other books. Their home is completed by Rufus, a sleek   black Labrador who joined them in July 2016. 

Martin is a member of www.academia.edu where some of his papers can also be found.