"Trying some style controls in the blockquote tag, hoping to defeat how it shows up in annoyingly large text in replies to blog posts:
I've set font-style to normal (overriding the italic), and used ridiculously obvious values for font-size and…"
But, it is not a valid system. Obviously, this system would result in the destruction of the species. This is clear.
But you're making an assumption: that the continuation of the species is a good thing.
"There are four kinds of hedonism :
Value hedonism is the view that only happiness is intrinsically good (and only distress is intrinsically bad, since stress is the opposite of happiness), that is, it is good in and of itself, for it's own…"
"Not exactly a stupid question. "Deserving" is prevalent meme in the Anglosphere, so it's bound to pop up in places where it's not wanted. Give it a good talking to and it'll slink back where it belongs.
I'm not sure I…"
"Survival is the ability to maintain life. It differs from thriving in that most of one's productivity is engaged in meeting this end (one can not be productive in other ways), or there simply are inadequate resources to rise above a level of…"
"Why is there such a gigantic gap between human and the rest of the species, inhibiting our plant. Why is there no gradient, no intermediate steps?
Upon what basis do you claim that there is such a gigantic gap? Just what does this gap?
"A heretic is someone who claims to a member of the faith but does not hold to the orthodoxy. For example, a Lutheran is a heretic according to a Catholic, even though both claim to be Christian.
An apostate is one who was a member of the faith but…"
Thanks for your advice regarding the copyright thing, I'll try to follow it. It's also the sensible thing to do; What I get from you is, even for a video labeled with Creative Commons License, I still need permission.
The problem is, getting in touch is not that simple.I already tried to contact RichardDawkins.net, for the second video, yet I received no answer.
I guess I'll have to try harder. Thanks again.