Up@dawn 2.0

Monday, October 27, 2014


It's 8 pm and there's only one AUTHOR post from section #13. Guess I'm going to have to make good on my threat to bar the door.

Meanwhile, if you're looking for a place to post, this will have to do.


  1. Anonymous9:31 PM CDT

    Savanna Hill

    Dang, I forgot who we chose as author for section 2 today, sorry about that. I would do it but am unable to make an account. Here's my posts:

    FQ: What are the final words of the story of Candide?

    DQ: Among the many successes and happy memories we experience throughout our lives, we also endure unfortunate experiences that bring on heartbreak, tragedy and suffering. Do you believe all of these things happen for a reason? Is God the reason or is there another explanation? Or is it all random?

    Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHSLt8W0hME

  2. FQ: According to _______ _________, anything that is not observed ceases to exist.
    DQ: You have a sock with a hole in it. You patch it up, but it continues to get more and more holes. Is it still the same sock?
    To bring up the old "If a tree falls in the forest" debate
    And when I was reading the chapter, I thought of another experiment, Schrodinger's cat. The cat was neither dead nor alive in that experiment until you looked in the box. So, as the saying goes, curiousity killed the cat. If you have never heard of the experiment, you can find a video explaining it here:

  3. FQ's
    1. T/F Voltaire would agree that "even ideas you don't agree with deserve to be heard."
    2. Explain Leibniz's Principle of Sufficient Reason

    1. Child death, murder, famine, etc. All part of god's plan, or naw?
    2. Are you capable of being an optimist during crises?