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Stuart McMillen used to know all the answers, but now he’s not so sure. Now armed with questions rather than answers, he shares his curiosity via cartoons on science, society and ecological sustainability.
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@Partisan good point. Love is a choice and not a feeling or instinct in my opinion.
I like this post but I don’t think that all supernormal stimuli has to be negative. When it comes to advertising products much of the time it is. Also much of the distractions like Facebook and sitcoms can be negative or misleading supernormal stimuli. I think that humans with free choice can choose what they believe and can also choose to use certain supernormal stimuli to make them selves better and stronger. For example we have superheros and supermodels we aspire to be and to mate with. While we may never accomplish these goals it is incentive and motivation to improve ones life…
Having shared this out in half a dozen social media platforms, now let me just end by saying… awesome, very well done, and thank you. =)
There is a post on /r/getdisciplined that can help you with that:
This is amazing. You are really talented. I love your description “Now armed with questions rather than answers”
I really like this comic strip! I think it says a lot about humans, and what we can achieve, if we put our minds to it.
The Reptile analogies remind of me the scene in Fear And loathing where Hunter. S is tripping and sees them all behaving viscously haha. Found the first half very interesting! Really makes me question love within animals other than human beings. Weird.
Really cool comic. “Supernormal Stimuli” reminds me of how Joe Rogan will sometimes talk about how movies and advertising “hijack your reward system” – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y49K9O_ZF1k.
Awesome post. And I had so much more appreciation for it after watching the video, I like how he is doing his own independent thing with so much ambition and intent to educate about important topics. Kudos to Stuart!
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