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Interesting... However can we really call it 'belief'? I am not sure...
 
Death anxiety increases atheists’ unconscious belief in God: Otago
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Hi everyone! I am Danilo from Dunedin, New Zealand. I am a PhD Candidate at the University of Otago and my research focuses on Japanese New Religions Online Communication. I am also very interested in CALL and other e-learning methods. I know there is always something new to learn, so I am looking forward to seeing how this course goes :)
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Awsome! Best burger ever :Q
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Very nice place to have drinks at night in Dunedin. But more than that, a great place to have dinner! We went as a group during semester break, and tried out three different dishes from the dinner menu. Braised hare was delicious and tender, Irish stew was wonderful, and the craic burger awsome. All portions were big and served with beer buttered fries, salad, or vegetables. The pub is very small inside, but there are tables outside (even in winter), and the service is very good. Till 8:30pm a nice place for couples and small groups, then it becomes much louder and more drink-focused. A nice selections of beers and wines available as well. Definitely would go again.
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Unfortunately, the restaurant claims to serve Italian and French food, and that's just not true. Pasta (which type?) is made freshly on a daily basis, however it lacks salt in the dough, and it is cooked not al dente in poorely salted water (which is wrong, unless you have a medical condition). Also, the texture of pasta was not quite right, denoting they might have put liquids other than just eggs in it. Souces are definitely not traditional ones, and you can find chicken, pesto, and spinach combo (this might be good, by damn it's not Italian!!!). Overall, the service is very poor and owner and waitresses were not up to the task the night we went there for dinner. Not even those free nice smiles that might change for the best one's opinion. One thing was very good: home-made dessert (clearly of French origin). Might try the French side next time, but service should be seriously improved (also we waited more than one hour for our dishes).
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Otago Museum is the perfect place to spend few hours, or even the whole day. It provides amusement for kids and adults, including a play ground, a very nice caffe with excellent coffee and food, as well as an amazing shop, where it is possible to find among the best (but affordable) goods from New Zealand (and beyond). The Tropical Forest is an amazing place, full of butterflies flying all around you (temperature in the room is quite hot). Recently, the animal attic has been reopened after a long restauration. The museum hosts different exhisibitions through the year. Definitely worth the visit! Oh, and it's FREE. or by donation (except of the Tropical Forest).
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