We’re back with the weekly question! We know it disappeared mid-September but we hope that this year we’ll be able to bring it back and keep it running all year long, we’ve kept what number week we were up to instead of restarting the count because we are interested to see how high we can get this up. Because we’re nerds I guess.
So this week is a question of morality. Would I kill 10 people to save just 1.
Continue reading Week 37 : Would you kill 10 people to save 1?
We have a scale to measure whether someone is a genius or not, the definition goes on about being exceptionally talented or gifted but to be honest why COULDN’T everyone be a genius?
Continue reading Week 20 : Why Can’t Everyone Be a Genius?
Short answer: Yes they exist
Long answer: No they don’t exist
On one hand of course they exist, they are what we use to measure time, distance and nearly everything else we know of. We are taught numbers from a very young age and we use them on a daily basis. Continue reading Week 17 : What Are Numbers and do they Really Exist?
At first I felt like I was the wrong person to answer this question and then I tried to think like Anna and I realized that actually maybe I’m the perfect person to answer this question.
We’re so certain of everything we see or hear that anything out of the ordinary can be explained away so easily, like it was the wind, when in actuality there is no explanation.
Continue reading Week 1 Question : How do you know your perceptions are real?