Think of this as Volume 17, Number 35 of the newsletter I have written weekly since March, 1997. Enjoy.
This Clue is a bit late getting posted because I was having my first long vacation in three years.
I traveled with my daughter, who writes for us on Urban Wildlife Policy. We did a 10-day cruise of Norway, then spent a week in northern England, mainly based in Sheffield. (Go Wednesday.)
I learned a whole lot. And the most important lesson is this.
Morality is totally objective.
The best way to illustrate this is with our visit to England. We're supposed to be a lot like England. They're our best friends. We can understand them when they speak, sometimes.
But on questions of morality, it turns out we're not like them at all.