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- Education is not a zero sum game
- Eat cows to save mice? Hold your horses!
- Sex addiction a pathology, but not monogamy addiction?
- Could better monetary policy have saved us?
- The lives you could have saved
- Near and far thinking diagram
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The lives you could have saved
How feasible is a ‘charter city of refugees’ in Australia?
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Eat cows to save mice? Hold your horses!
Beeminding your way to greatness
Should you floss: a cost benefit analysis
What should we do about wilderness?
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- Get radical feminists to oppose accepting male refugees so the right is forced to support them. #boredmalcolmtucker 1 day ago