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Slugbear is a cute combination of a slug and a bear. Purpose: mainly to amuse me. What Oryx and Crake – style animal hybrid would you like to create?

If you actually crossed a slug with a bear, I wonder if you’d end up with a slimy, leathery, slow moving but intelligent mammal, or a tiny furry gastropod with claws? I suspect you’d just end up with a huge … Continue reading

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If you agree with the statement ‘I have identity because I create myself through my free choices’, how far does the act of choosing entirely in itself satisfy the need for assurance of identity?

Okay, so I don’t know if I agree with the preliminary statement, but the question says ‘if’, so I at least have to start off accepting the assumption. If identity is created through choice, are those choices enough to build … Continue reading

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Jesus: Mad, Bad or God?

This is CS Lewis’ trilemma. It’s central notion is that the information we have about Jesus suggests he was either a liar, a lunatic, or the incarnation of God. Lewis argues that the information presented is inconsistent with the first … Continue reading

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What is cute?

Whatever you do, don’t do a google image search for cute. That sort of thing will eat your brain from the inside out. Conclusions can be drawn from it, though. Big eyes and tiny but misproportioned heads. Squinting or peering. … Continue reading

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In relation to the beginning of the Universe, is science saying ‘Give me one free miracle, and from there the entire thing will proceed with a seamless, causal explanation’?

I think its important to recognise that the word miracle is pretty loaded. Personally, I’ve observed every moment that exists as its own miracle, at least when I’m feeling alive and awake and positive enough to recognise it as such. … Continue reading

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