101 Questions for Midnight is the final entry in the Coffee Table Philosophy series. It’s for those who favor their questions sharp and serious.
Each page contains one question about Life vs Death, Good vs Evil, Morality, Sex, and much, much more.
So turn down the lights, pour yourself a drink, and settle down into a darker brand of entertainment.
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Six Deadly Sins
The 7 Deadly Sins are:
If you could destroy one of these forever, as in remove it from the consciousness of every human being for all time, which sin would you choose?
Suppose a man dedicated the first twenty years of his life to being a vicious criminal.
He was a thief, a thug, an arsonist, a kidnapper, and even a murderer.
But then, for the next 50 years, he turned his life around.
He gave millions to charity. He found homes for orphans. He fed the poor. He traveled to war-torn nations and helped innocent people evacuate.
What is the value of this man’s life?
In your eyes, has he found redemption?
Generations of Evil
In certain cultures around the world, different generations are referred to separately.
For example, in America there exist such divisions as Gen-X, Baby Boomers, and The Greatest Generation.
It’s a common theme for older generations to criticize those who are younger, often with cries of, “Kids these days don’t know a damn thing!”
Is it true that previous generations contain people who are wiser, harder working, and more moral?
Or has every generation that has ever existed contained similar percentages of stupid, lazy, and immoral people?
The Conjecture Clock
First, here’s a few interesting measurements of time:
Attosecond – Currently the smallest division of time. Approx 10−18 seconds.
Megasecond – Approx 11.6 days
Galactic Year – The time it takes for the Sun to orbit once around the Milky Way’s center. Approx 230 million years.
Exasecond – Approx 31.7 x 109 years. (more than twice the age of the universe.)
Now, the real question:
Does time exist?
Or is it simply a human construct?
When answering, take your time.
The Sun will Rise Tomorrow. Won’t It?
If you can, name three things or phenomena it’s acceptable to believe in without having actual objective proof of that thing or phenomenon’s existence.
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The massive epic Down the Dark Path (Book One in the Tyrants of the Dead series) is now available as four mini-novellas.
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