Wed, 12:44: I'm not sure who I loathe more, Raab or Johnson.
Wed, 16:08: I think I can describe my current state as as informed confusion as opposed to uninformed confusion, particularly as regards the state of humanity and where we're headed. I hope to write about this in the coming months.
Wed, 17:44: As a #vegan and despite my very best efforts, I still can't reconcile the moral or ethical argument for eating meat or any dairy products. I mean we venerate our pets -- mostly if not exclusively cats and dogs -- and yet we kill billions of chickens, cows and pigs because...?
Wed, 18:21: Has the pandemic affected the way we think about death and dying?
Wed, 18:51: My family think I've an unholy fascination with death and dying. Probably, but then again it's a truth we can't escape and we should be much more open to talk about it.
Thu, 04:03: "Seeking what is true is not seeking what is desirable." — Albert Camus
Thu, 08:06: Could it be said that, at best, life is no better than a zero sum game?
Thu, 08:37: The climate change agenda is based on an anthropocentric view of the world —i.e. humanity has to be saved at all cost. Until we understand that it's about all sentient life (unless you're an EFIList), then we'll never solve the problem. (I don't believe the problem can be solved)