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D: An Evil Lad

Not nearly as depressive as my LiveJournal might suggest...

3 September 1987
Um, yeah.

I'm me.


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I believe:
  • That every person has several inalienable rights. These include, but are not limited to:
    • The right to believe whatever they wish to believe, if they do so with their whole heart;
    • The right to love whomever they wish, and the right not to love whomever they wish;
    • The right to be told the truth when they so desire;
    • The right to live in whatever manner they desire;
    • The right to have access to free (meaning unrestricted, not necessarily monetarily free) and open education;
    • The right to use whatever means of communication are most appropriate for themselves and the people around them;
    • The right to use their talents to whatever degree they wish; and
    • To be treated with respect, from conception until after death.
  • That every person has several obligations. These include, but are not limited to:
    • To cause no harm to others, to a reasonable degree;
    • To ensure that the rights of others are protected;
    • To ensure that their own rights are protected; and
    • To treat others with respect and dignity, from conception until after death.
  • That all things that have not been disproven are possible.
  • That there exists an understanding, of infinite complexity, a knowledge of which would enable an entity to understand the universe entirely.
  • That an entity with this understanding may exist, and that if they do, they are benevolent, and watch over us, allowing us to make our own mistakes and learn our own lessons.
  • This entity is what we call God. This understanding is what we call God. The search to know is the struggle to become God.
  • That life can be fun, if you let it.
  • That dreams are a reflection of our innermost fears and desires.
  • That it is important to pay for public transport.
  • That love exists, and is one of the great joys of life.
  • That food is one of the other great joys in life.
  • That great joys in life are necessary for survival.
  • That joy requires suffering in order to be recognised as such.
  • That there is good in all people, if you look hard enough.
  • That some people just don't like you, and you have to accept that.
  • That love is more important than sex.
  • That there is a person who you love above all others, who you want to share your life with.
  • That the implantation of small children with cochlear implants is morally repugnant.
  • That technology is a reflection of civilisation.
  • That the only bad music is that which doesn't say anything about the person who created it.
  • That there are some things that we will never know.
  • That there are some things that we will never understand.
  • That theory is only worthwhile if it is disprovable
  • That even disproved theory is useful.

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