Series: Spot and Stripe
Can science solve all of our problems?
Would it be better if no one ever got angry?
When is it OK to use animals in scientific experiments?
Would it be good if animals could talk?
Do animals have a right not to be eaten?
What would change if men could have babies the same as women?
Does beauty come from the artist, or the audience?
If you could get everyone in the world to believe something, what would it be?
Does everything belong somewhere?
Are there some things that are impossible for human beings to ever understand?
Would it be good if books read themselves to you?
Can you stop being bored?
What’s braver – being scared and doing it, or not being scared in the first place?
Is it fair not to care the same about everybody?
Would it be better if there were no cars?
Which are better – cats or dogs?
Is there anything you can know for certain?
Is chess a sport?
Is life better when you’re a grown up or a child?
Would it better if children were the teachers for a day?
Would it be good if it was Christmas everyday?
Is it OK to stop someone doing something they like because it’s bad for them?
How could you measure if one country was better than another?
If scientists could work out who was more likely to commit crimes, how should we use this knowledge?
Would a government run by computers be better than a government run by people?