In 1984, the philosopher Aaron Sloman invited scholars to describe
‘the space of possible minds’. Sloman’s phrase alludes to the fact that
human minds, in all their variety, are not the only sorts of minds.
There are, for example, the minds of other animals, such as chimpanzees,
crows and octopuses. But the space of possibilities must also include
the minds of life-forms that have evolved elsewhere in the Universe,
minds that could be very different from any product of terrestrial
The map of possibilities includes such theoretical creatures
even if we are alone in the Cosmos, just as it also includes life-forms
that could have evolved on Earth under different conditions…
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The Power Rangers Knockoff You Forgot: Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills
Let me start by saying I was in like third grade when this came out and nobody wants to be all judgemental about an 8-year-old’s life choices OK? But OMG I lived for this show! I wanted to be the Green one so bad because I felt like then I could have threesome with the Black one and the Yellow one. I didn’t know what a threesome was, obviously, but I definitely wanted some kind of interaction with the two of them that I knew being a girl with big boobs and long hair would easily facilitate.
Baby Glen Close in the purple can just watch I guess.
God that show was awful, but bless the West Hollywood queen who designed the outfits. Those spandex pajamas worn by the Rangers and every other knockoff were definitely not the move. Give me shiny, skintight plastic with lots of exposed skin.