The five major world religions – John Bellaimey

The five major world religions – John Bellaimey

Translator: Andrea McDonough Reviewer: Jessica Ruby In all times and places in our history, human beings have wondered, “Where did we come from? What’s our place in the world? What happens to us after we die?” Religions are systems of belief that have developed and evolved over time in response to these and other eternal […]

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Verna Myers: How to overcome our biases? Walk boldly toward them

Verna Myers: How to overcome our biases? Walk boldly toward them

I was on a long road trip this summer, and I was having a wonderful time listening to the amazing Isabel Wilkerson’s “The Warmth of Other Suns.” It documents six million black folks fleeing the South from 1915 to 1970 looking for a respite from all the brutality and trying to get to a better […]

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TedxVorobyovy-Gory – Dmitry Glukhovsky – Literature 2.0

Good evening, dear friends! I wouldn’t be able to keep up with American speakers, because Soviet people are not taught to speak up. I’ll tell you my story in short, how it began and where it led to, by example of my book “Metro 2033”, some of you might have read. I wrote “Metro 2033” […]

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Chatting with an Expert on Narcissism

Chatting with an Expert on Narcissism

Hey Amanda Hales, I’m here with dr. Ramani Durvasula Author of should I stay or should I go? Surviving a relationship with a narcissist. She is a professor at Cal State Los Angeles Yeah, how long you been there? Yea, almost 20 years. Wow, UHMMMMMMMMMMrip They actually would and we’d come up with robot partners […]

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Why good leaders make you feel safe | Simon Sinek

Why good leaders make you feel safe | Simon Sinek

There’s a man by the name of Captain William Swenson who recently was awarded the congressional Medal of Honor for his actions on September 8, 2009. On that day, a column of American and Afghan troops were making their way through a part of Afghanistan to help protect a group of government officials, a group […]

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Are we living in a simulation? – Zohreh Davoudi

Are we living in a simulation? – Zohreh Davoudi

We live in a vast universe, on a small wet planet, where billions of years ago single-celled life forms evolved from the same elements as all non-living material around them, proliferating and radiating into an incredible ray of complex life forms. All of this— living and inanimate, microscopic and cosmic— is governed by mathematical laws […]

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Drugs and Desire: Ingrid Walker at TEDxTacoma

Drugs and Desire: Ingrid Walker at TEDxTacoma

Translator: Lauren Smith Reviewer: Theresa Ranft Good evening. I want to talk to you about your drug use. Well, not just yours. Yours, mine, everyone’s. It’s an awkward subject in the United States where we have very specific ideas about drugs, but we need to talk about it because our thinking about drugs is completely […]

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Space archaeology | Alice Gorman | TEDxSydney

Translator: Bob Prottas Reviewer: Ariana Bleau Lugo My story begins one day about 10 years ago when I was working as an archaeologist in Central Queensland on the kind of job I do most of the time which is looking at Aboriginal archaeological sites. So I was out in the field, I was on a […]

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TEDxConcorde 2012 – Gilles Vervisch – La Diversité ? Au tableau !

TEDxConcorde 2012 – Gilles Vervisch – La Diversité ? Au tableau !

Translator: Sue Kronenfeld Reviewer: Elisabeth Buffard So what is diversity? (Star Wars music) Well there, for example: no diversity, not one Black, not one Arab, not one woman, only White men. (Laughter) And it’s certainly not very appealing. So when we see that, we do feel a bit like defending diversity. It’s certainly a rather […]

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