Category Archives: Questions by Erin

At what point can you call yourself ‘old’?

I don’t know if you ever should. But then, actually that just makes me complicit in the ‘cult of youth’. It’s something it’s easy to fall into by accident. When I work with children and young people they often end … Continue reading

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Will the machines ever take over?

As always, when approaching the singularity (as a concept) I will link to Dresden. It took me about three readthroughs to really understand the whole of the Hob story arc, but it’s pretty incredible, and some of the ideas expressed … Continue reading

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Is time a straight line?

It certainly seems like that. It’s definitely the way we process the universe. Or it appears to be. But we get caught in a loop if we think like that. Because you can’t trust appearances, not in your mind, but … Continue reading

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How deep is your love?

Do you really need to know? Seriously, now might not be the right time for this question. But let us shoot for something, right? Okay. Sooooo. I’m honestly not sure. I don’t know if I ever have been. I’m not … Continue reading

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Was there ever a day when there was, literally, no news?

I always find it slightly entertaining to read wikipedia articles for concepts that seem obvious and straightforward. Not the whole thing, just the summaries. I thought I’d better get my definitions straight before I started, see. Anyway, it appears that … Continue reading

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