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This week's questions:
1. I hand you an envelope, and in the envelope is a letter. On that letter is the date and time of your death. What do you do?
2. Do you think that artificial intelligences will one day be made as intelligent as human brains? Do you think that such intelligences should have rights?
3. Religious believers seem to take upon themselves to build hospitals and operate a lot of charities, and then use this as evidence that the religious are more moral. What is your interpretation?
4. Do you ever find yourself being superstitious despite your awareness of its irrationality? If so, why? If not, why do you think superstition exists?
Our team was : Dan Ferrisi, Edward Greve, Adrian Mârza, Zachary Moore, Sean Prophet, and John Wallis