IanKelley - 5:57 pm on Apr 14, 2010 (gmt 0)
From Cuil's response (linked above):
The notion of the identity of objects is not a settled matter – the classic example is Theseus’s Ship, but a simple one is of an axe: if you replace the handle twice, and the head once, is it still the same axe?
It's suddenly clear why Cpedia entries make no sense. They're like an axe you see.
I have changed my perspective on Cuil, I love them for the entertainment value.