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Michio Kaku: The Dark Side of Technology

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Dr. Michio Kaku addresses this question: What is the most dangerous technology?

Fabian Pfortmüller: Holstee, Design with a Conscience

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Fabian Pfortmüller speaks on the meaning of "design with a conscience."

OPPENHEIMER LECTURE: The Higgs Particle: Pivot Of Symmetry And Mass

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Our theoretical understanding of the sub-atomic world would not be complete without the Higgs particle. Sometimes called "The God Particle", this very special particle generates the differences between the fundamen...

Bill Nye: How to Talk to an Alien

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What would you say to an alien? Bill Nye, aka, 'The Science Guy,' who heads The Planetary Society, an organization that fosters ways for the public to be actively involved in space exploration, including the search fo...

Bill Nye: The School of the Future

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The classroom of the future would be like any other classroom, except I think there'd be very few textbooks. People would have Pads or Tablets that'll allow them to get information.

Rationality in Action: Look at a Problem as an Outsider

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Julia Galef provides a fix for the "the commitment effect," the condition of sticking with a business plan or a career or a relationship "long after it has become quite clear that it's not doing anything for us."

How big is infinity? – Dennis Wildfogel

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Using the fundamentals of set theory, explore the mind-bending concept of the "infinity of infinities" -- and how it led mathematicians to conclude that math itself contains unanswerable questions.

Why the best companies make you feel something – John Kearon

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How to make famous advertising? Well, logic and facts aren't as important as we think. Content is less important we think. Our feelings matter most. Emotions are king. John takes us through the 7 emotional states. And...

Five fingers of evolution – Paul Andersen

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How can a "thumbs up" sign help us remember five processes that impact evolution? The story of the Five Fingers of Evolution gives us a clever way of understanding change in gene pools over time.

“Write what you know” – Nathan Englander on Misunderstood Advice

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Author Nathan Englander explains that the age-old writing advice "write what you know" isn't about events, it's about universal emotions like love, loss, and longing.

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