I've been musing on the point of position - not on the track - but in one's own environment. I've discovered that if I sit in my 'usual' chair in the living room, which happens to be next to the TV, the position becomes what my children have dubbed the 'mad chair' and a whole tirade usually ensues. This seems to engulf all who sit there, even my kids when they beat me to it. Whereas, if I move further back into the room and have a different vista (i.e. I can see out of the window) I adopt a far less combative demeanour. As I have never liked having my back against a wall and am vaguely claustrophobic, I wondered if this was the answer. It's not just aggression that changes depending on what part of a room that one has parked one's body - sometimes one's train of thought changes. Just a personal observation - but wondered if I should offer this up to various controlling bodies, Governments and Corporates. What do you think?