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User:142․124․55․236/Various musings

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Planning on writing some essay-y stuff. Suggestions always welcome btw.

The rational case for creationism[edit]

Okay, I know what you're thinking,[1] "A rational case for creationism? What is this bullshit?" But just hear me out. First, I should make clear what I mean by creationism:

What is gender?[edit]

The fluidity of identity: a thought experiment[edit]

Which is the most preferable form of government?[edit]

The foundations of morality[edit]

The founding principles of Madokaism[edit]

Why not Maratreanism?[edit]


  1. Yes, I can read minds. Creepy, isn't it?