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Abortion Majority of Americans are pro-choice: Animals There’s an app where you can walk someone else’s dog and get paid for it. Anti-Natalism Listen to an interview with David Benatar about the Harm of Coming Into Existence. Note: I’ve written … Continue reading
Abortion World map of abortion laws. Culture Everyone laments that the world is overpopulated since the world has reached 7 billion people. But what if it turns out the world is actually underpopulated? 10,000 Solutions is a site that Arizona … Continue reading
Emotions New camera looks at faces and can detect when we’re lying just by our emotional appearance. Environment More evidence for evolution: Dinosaur feathers have been found stuck in amber. It’s Jurassic Park style. Ethics Chart on abortion per state … Continue reading
I’ve finished these books that I’ve had about food. I also had this book so I figured, why not? Out of all the books on food, this was my least favorite. In fact, I’m thinking of selling this book if … Continue reading
Take a look around in your local supermarket in America. It has so many varieties, differences, and features that we would think that it looks like something like this: Indeed, we think of it as the ultimate variety for the … Continue reading
I’ve mentioned this book in another blog about demi-vegetarianism that relates to other books and issues if you want to check it out. Out of all the books that deals with food, this is the must have book to read! … Continue reading
I have finally read this book and in some ways, I’m glad I read it, but in others, I wasn’t blown away by it. I’m starting to read books about food culture and the ethics revolving around it because my … Continue reading
Peter Singer was on Point of Inquiry for the last two weeks talking about Ethics, Darwin, and Vegetarianism. In Part I, he talks about various ethical issues. This comes from the site: Peter Singer explores how controversial or compatible his … Continue reading
I am a demi-vegetarian. If you want to know more about it, read my previous post here. When I go out to eat, I try to find something that’s vegetarian or something as close as I can based on my … Continue reading
An interesting question was posted on askphilosophers.com: Do humans have a greater right to live than other animals? If so, would beings of much greater intelligence and perception hold that same right over humans? Any thoughts?