Monthly Archives: April 2011

Cruelty to animals, cruelty by animals

This week we began with our news roundup (which included a review of some of the language things we’d talked about last time; the question of how we might cope without our car: yet at the same time, this dependence … Continue reading

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Question of the week #3

Today’s Red Lodge session had two new potential members joining, plus the possibility of a canine perspective in a fortnight. It suits us fine. as we were wondering about the thoughts of horses and wolves and we’d like to know … Continue reading

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Could the universe be a brain?

The amazing picture in the New York Times shows, side-by-side, a picture of the cells in a mouse’s brain, and a snap-shot of the intergalactic structure of the Universe. Both pictures come from the very latest discoveries and technologies: and … Continue reading

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The mouse brains and the universe

This discussion was sandwiched between our main discussion about what is invisible (see three posts back) and whether everything has a colour. We started with this picture (from the last post): (Actually, our printout was a bit bluer than this.) … Continue reading

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Fly through the universe

Our question for this week (see post on Mouse Brains and the Universe). As you fly through the universe (below), we recommend you think about the picture of the cells inside a mouse brain (next post), and ask: Could the … Continue reading

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28th March session, Red Lodge

I never got around to posting up something about the 28th March session in Red Lodge, which was quite an amazing discussion. Ten of us were there, after a long pre-Easter break. Ben had planned to use as a stimulus … Continue reading

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Mouse brains, the universe and invisible things

Today at the Folk Hall we talked about so many things we needed a trail of breadcrumbs to find our way back to our starting point. Here’s a few of the things we talked about — if you live in … Continue reading

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