Indigenous Knowledge: the wisdom of deep listening | RSA Event

What could we learn if we listened carefully and connected with place more deeply? What could happen if we looked at global systems from an indigenous perspective, one concerned with understanding the patterns of living knowledge relations that exist — and always have existed — between all things? Tyson Yunkaporta, acclaimed author of Sand Talk […]

Will Constructor Theory REWRITE Physics?

Check Out American Voices: Keep it Close: https://youtu.be/LMJqb5A51_Y The people behind the greatest leaps in physics – Einstein, Newton, Heisenberg, all had the uncanny ability to see the fundamentals – see the deepest, underlying facts about the world, and from simple statements about reality they built up their incredible theories. Well what if we all […]

The A-B-C’s of Wrongful Convictions | David Lewis | TEDxBeaconStreet

No one wants a person to be sent to prison for a crime that person did not commit. But when someone is found to be innocent or wrongfully convicted and freed, people treat the original conviction as a random error, a fluke, or the result of the actions of a bad apple in the system. […]

Alicia Chong Rodriguez: A smart bra for better heart health | TED

Could an everyday clothing item help protect your health? In this quick talk, TED Fellow Alicia Chong Rodriguez introduces us to a smart bra designed to gather real-time data on biomarkers like heartbeat, breath and temperature. Learn how this life-saving gadget could help close the gender gap in cardiovascular research — and, finally, usher women’s […]

Why the US is always hitting a “debt ceiling”

Is the huge US national debt a problem? Subscribe and turn on notifications 🔔 so you don’t miss any videos: http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Nearly every year, America seems to teeter on the edge of a crisis as the national debt comes dangerously close to hitting the “debt ceiling” and the President and Congress fight over raising it. […]

The Wild Plan To Bring Back Woolly Mammoths

Woolly Mammoths could soon make a comeback. A new company is on a mission to create a mammoth-elephant hybrid, and their reason might surprise you. » Subscribe to Seeker! http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker (then hit the little 🔔 icon and select “all.”) » Watch more Elements! http://bit.ly/ElementsPlaylist » Visit our shop at http://shop.seeker.com What if I told you […]

The Limited Edition Dinosaur Calendar – Now And Then Never Again

https://kgs.link/12022_Calendar THE 12,022 CALENDAR IS HERE. WORLDWIDE SHIPPING AVAILABLE As the year 12,021 slowly comes to an end, we present to you the 12,022 Human Era Calendar: Eons Edition. You can get the very shiny, high-quality, limited edition now until we sell out and then never again. OUR CHANNELS ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ German Channel: https://kgs.link/youtubeDE Spanish Channel: […]

Can you solve the risky disk riddle? – James Tanton

Practice more problem-solving at https://brilliant.org/TedEd — Your antivirus squad is up against a code that’s hijacked your mainframe. What you’ve learned from other infected systems, right before they went dark, is that it likes to toy with antivirus agents in a very peculiar way— and you’re the agent that’s been selected to go up against […]

CRISPR: Can we control it? | Jennifer Doudna, Richard Dawkins, Steven Pinker, & more | Big Think

CRISPR: Can we control it? Watch the newest video from Big Think: https://bigth.ink/NewVideo Learn skills from the world’s top minds at Big Think Edge: https://bigth.ink/Edge ———————————————————————————- CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) is a revolutionary technology that gives scientists the ability to alter DNA. On the one hand, this tool could mean the elimination […]

WiFi’s Hidden ____ Problem – Computerphile

We’ve all got to the edge of the wifi coverage, but the idea of coverage produces a network problem, the Hidden Node Problem. Dr Steve Bagley explains. https://www.facebook.com/computerphile Tweets by computer_phile This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. Computer Science at the University of Nottingham: https://bit.ly/nottscomputer Computerphile is a sister project to Brady […]

A Ballerina’s High Score | Tanvi Mavuri | TEDxYouth@CISBangalore

Discovering self-love through ballet and the need for perfection. You are enough. If you love something, do it for you, not for anyone else. Tanvi is an IB1 (Grade 11) at the Canadian International School Bangalore. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local […]

How Travel Shapes You | Sadhana Sridhar | TEDxYouth@CISBangalore

How do experiences, particularly outside of your state or country, shape who you are as a person? Traveling can help people respect other cultures, build a respect for the humanities, and become global citizens. Sadhana was a Grade 10 student at the Canadian International School Bangalore. This talk was given at a TEDx event using […]

How long does it take to get over a breakup? | Am I Normal? with Mona Chalabi

We know how long it takes to heal from broken bones, injuries and ailments, but what about a broken heart? The answer, like relationships, is a little complicated. In this episode of Am I Normal?, Mona investigates different strategies for falling out of love with the help of a couples therapist, and unveils the research […]

Why don’t we cover the desert with solar panels? – Dan Kwartler

Explore what would happen if we covered the Sahara Desert in solar panels, and the possibility of it solving our energy crisis. — Stretching over roughly nine million square kilometers and with sands reaching temperatures of up to 80° Celsius, the Sahara Desert receives about 22 million terawatt hours of energy from the Sun every […]

I’m Walking in Water

We may never know when our ancestors walked out of the water into dry land. But it’s possible they may have been walking in water for millions of years! Hosted by: Hank Green SciShow is on TikTok! Check us out at https://www.tiktok.com/@scishow ———- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ———- Huge thanks […]

You Own Your Wearable Data, So What Should You Do With It? | Reed Ferber | TEDxYYC

Sharing your wearable technology data can build a better world. There are hundreds of thousands of people using scientifically-valid wearable devices such as Garmin, Fitbit, and Apple smartwatches in order to track their activity and monitor their daily living. Using these data, we can better understand how people work, play, and commute. Everyone who uses […]

Digital Humanities | Swantje Dogunke | TEDxUniHalle

Digital Humanities? For some time now, we have been encountering the term in university teaching, in funding programs, or in “classic” humanities publications. In my talk I would like to give a little insight into the subject area and look at the Digital Humanities from the perspective of a museologist, librarian and information scientist. It’s […]

Adults Stumped By Test Question For 13 Year Olds

This is a tricky question from Singapore’s PSLE. I don’t think I would have solved it easily in a timed exam. So let’s work it out carefully in our own time. Thanks to Jul, Abdul, and Junwen for the suggestion! References https://mothership.sg/2021/10/psle-coin-question/ https://cnalifestyle.channelnewsasia.com/living/psle-math-problem-got-everyone-calculating-and-asking-282256 Other problems from Singapore Area of a claw Overlapping circles in a […]

We’re Going Completely Off-Grid | Shut It Off ASAP – Official Trailer

We’re taking AsapSCIENCE out of the classroom and into the country where we’ll be living completely off the grid in order to research sustainability and ways to combat the climate crisis. Each episode sees us shutting off a basic necessity and then relying on science to figure out how to do it ourselves. To see […]

Why paternity leave benefits everyone | The Way We Work, a TED series

Paternity leave has many benefits for dads, their partners and their babies — but did you know it also has surprising benefits for companies? This is what author Shu Matsuo Post learned from his seven transformative months of paternity leave — and he says it can create more equal and diverse workplaces and even boost […]

The shooting range where you fire over a busy road

The Brünnlisau shooting range in Switzerland has its targets on the other side of a major road. And it’s safe. Here’s how and why. Thanks to everyone at the Schiessanlage Brünnlisau! Camera: Alicja Pahl Producer: Sebastian Capeda at Viven https://viven.ch Editor: Michelle Martin https://twitter.com/mrsmmartin I’m at https://tomscott.com on Twitter at https://twitter.com/tomscott on Facebook at https://facebook.com/tomscott […]

Are geniuses real? The neuroscience and myths of visionaries | Big Think

Are geniuses real? The neuroscience and myths of visionaries Watch the newest video from Big Think: https://bigth.ink/NewVideo Learn skills from the world’s top minds at Big Think Edge: https://bigth.ink/Edge ———————————————————————————- Revolutionary ideas and culture-shifting inventions are often credited to specific individuals, but how often do these “geniuses” actually operate in creative silos? Tim Sanders, former […]

Music on a Clear Möbius Strip – Numberphile

The mathematical genius of JS Bach – featuring Marcus Du Sautoy. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ See books by Marcus, including his latest “Thinking Better: The Art of the Shortcut” — https://amzn.to/3j5FygD Marcus’ website with latest info: https://www.simonyi.ox.ac.uk Marcus on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarcusduSautoy Other Marcus videos on Numberphile: https://bit.ly/Marcus_Numberphile Marcus on the […]

6 Animals That Aren’t Mammals and Produce “Milk”

When you think of milk, you might think of mammals like humans and cows, but there are other species that give food to their young, in their own weird ways. Hosted by: Stefan Chin SciShow is on TikTok! Check us out at https://www.tiktok.com/@scishow ———- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ———- Huge […]

This Robot Walks, Flies, Skateboards, Slacklines

This is a #robot that walks, flies, #skateboards, #slacklines, and might do much more one day. A portion of this video was sponsored by Bluehost. Start building a website with Bluehost today. Use my link to receive more than 65% off: https://bluehost.com/track/veritasium #Bluehost #BHcreator Thanks to Prof. Soon-Jo Chung and everyone at the Aerospace Robotics […]

Could We Spot Alzheimer’s Early With RNA? | SciShow News

Go to http://curiositystream.com/Scishow to start streaming Ancient Engineering. Use code SciShow to sign up, just $14.99 for the whole YEAR. Detecting diseases early can be a big help when it comes to treating them, and researchers may have gotten one step closer to diagnosing Alzheimer’s with a simple blood test. Hosted by: Stefan Chin SciShow […]

Saving the Universe (Simulation) – Computerphile

If your job involves simulating the creation of the universe, you’re going to need a big computer. Dr Julian Onions on the practicalities of saving your universe simulation when it’s terabytes in size, and in a different country! https://www.facebook.com/computerphile Tweets by computer_phile This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. Computer Science at the […]

These Move Faster than the Speed of Light

How is it possible for galaxies and objects in space to move away from us faster than the speed of light? Will we ever see those objects? Support Physics Girl videos → https://www.patreon.com/physicsgirl Special thank you to our X-Ray tier patrons: Carlos Patricio, David Cichowski, Eddie Sabbah, Fabrice Eap, Gil Chesterton, Isabel Herstek, Margaux Lopez, […]

Don’t Dilute Yourself | Adele Deasy | Adele Deasy | TEDxSouthampton

Shake off the ankle grabbers, take opportunities and box your doubts. In this talk, Adele challenges you to value your strengths and be your own concentrated possibility. Adele explains how you should rise because you are great and that there is no need to dilute yourself for others, in this candid talk. Adele’s world of […]

When Your Child is Sick: Ask. Challenge. Talk. | Russell Streeter | TEDxSouthampton

When Russell’s daughter was diagnosed with Leukaemia at a young age, the gruelling treatment tested their bonds as a family and changed their outlook on life forever. His talk is a powerful and emotional story about caring for a seriously ill child, of the challenges they faced and the lessons they learned. He discusses how […]

Forensic Leadership – The Traces We Leave Behind | Paul Kinkaid | Paul Kinkaid | TEDxSouthampton

Just as the criminal leaves a trace on the crime scene, leaders leave traces on those around them. However, unlike the criminal, the leader has a choice about the traces they leave. What traces do you leave behind? A veteran Army Commando and Lieutenant Colonel Paul has led elite teams on 5 of the world’s […]

The Most Important Connection for Success | Michelle Beato | Michelle Enjoli Beato | TEDxSouthampton

Michelle was unexpectedly prompted to have a brutally honest conversation that revealed the scary and uncomfortable truths about her seemingly successful life. In this personal and insightful talk, Michelle reveals the most important tool necessary for success and how it can help you sustain it. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the […]

Removing Life’s BS Filters | Chris Williams | Chris Williams | TEDxSouthampton

Imagine a world where we acted without filters, behaved the same online and offline, and stopped worrying about what others think. Chris takes you on his journey from Police Officer to Executive to happiness via a railway bridge with a unique style of humour, honesty and rawness. This talk was given at a TEDx event […]

Pedestrians in Urban Development | Andres Sevtsuk | TEDxTallinn

We know that our cities need change. But we still use measuring car traffic as the basis of changes. What if we measured pedestrian traffic instead? Andres Sevtsuk is an Associate Professor of Urban Science and Planning at MIT, where he also leads the City Form Lab. His work bridges urban design, active mobility and […]

Katie Mack: Life-altering questions about the end of the universe | TED

In this fascinating conversation, cosmologist and TED Fellow Katie Mack delves into everything from the Big Bang theory to what we see at the edge of the observable universe to a few ways the cosmos might end. Stay tuned to hear Mack recite an original poem on the wonder and marvel of existence. (This conversation, […]

Can love and independence coexist? – Tanya Boucicaut

Dig into Zora Neale Hurston’s classic novel, “Their Eyes Were Watching God,” which follows Janie Crawford in her search for love and agency. — Baritone thunder. Snarling winds. Consuming downpours. Okeechobee, the hurricane of 1928, forced many to flee their ruined communities. But for Janie Crawford, it inspired an unexpected homecoming. So begins Zora Neale […]

Trapped Water and Tiny Holes – Numberphile

Tom Crawford shows why water doesn’t fall through a sieve with small enough holes. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Tom Crawford’s website, with links to his work and other outreach: https://tomrocksmaths.com More Tom videos on Numberphile: http://bit.ly/Crawford_Videos Tom on the Numberphile Podcast: https://youtu.be/_HwKGncsGo0 Numberphile is supported by the Mathematical Sciences Research […]

Corinne Le Quéré – Confessions of a climate scientist. #Shorts

TED Countdown 2021 This week, TED is hosting its first-ever climate change Summit! In a lighthearted but highly relevant talk, Corinne discusses the ever-pressing issue of climate change from the perspective of a climate scientist who is no longer trying to convince you that the threat is real. #TEDx #shorts