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Like us, plants have feelings and emotions. When we eat their leaves, their stems, their roots or their seeds, we harm them. On the contrary, when we eat their fruits and disperse their seeds away, we fulfil their wishes.
What do I eat in a typical day?
My blood test results
Refutation of common objections to fruitarianism
Are fungi and bacteria sentient?
My fruitarian interview
The four jewels of the Orient
Karma and reinarnation
Emptiness in Buddhism
Diffficult verses in the Old Testament
Difficult verses in the New Testament
Eternal hellfire: a squalid idea
Absolute predestination: a gruesome idea
Inerrancy of the Bible
Who was Jesus?
The theory of relativity: a fable for educated people
Classical explanation of the Michelson-Morley experiment
The fallacious notion of infinity
The Riemann hypothesis: the holy grail of Mathematics
Are imaginary numbers figments of our imagination?
Qu’est-ce que le fruitalisme?
Plaidoyer pour le fruitalisme : réponse à Pascal et aux Cadier
Correspondance avec Jean-Noël Paquier
La décadence de l’empire d’Occident
Lettre ouverte à Aurélien Barrau
Musique classique et littérature
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