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Yesterday the tall person and I were discussing causality dilemmas. He asked me “which came first, the chicken or the egg?” He said that this question evokes questions of how life and the universe began.
I thought about it for a while and suggested to the tall person that the question could be reformulated as: “Which came first, X that can’t come without Y, or Y that can’t come without X?”
He nodded in agreement.
On our walk today we found a little shop that had a tree in the middle of it.
Hmm, another example of a causality dilemma.
Which came first, the shop or the tree?