Living Change: Lessons from innovative changemakers

Over recent months, we have seen individuals, communities and organisations embracing uncertainty as an opportunity for innovation, experimentation and renewal. Last year gave us all the signals we need to actively question whether the old normal is healthy and sustainable for the long term, as pandemic shock exposed deep fault-lines in our social and economic […]

How to create healthy green growth | RSA Events

As interest in green business models increases all over the world, how can we make sure we’re eliminating destructive practices and not merely greenwashing them? What can we do to achieve growth that is regenerative rather than wasteful, and which instils equity rather than exacerbating inequalities? Per Espen Stoknes, Director of the Center for Sustainability […]

Finding connection in an age of isolation | RSA Events

As humans, we’re hardwired for connection; our health and wellbeing are deeply rooted in our need for community and family. The impact of strong relationships and social attachments on the quality of our lives was beginning to be better understood. And then the Covid-19 pandemic hit, and brought with it long periods of isolation and […]

Professional reinvention in precarious times | RSA Events

A year of crisis and confusion has led many of us to think hard about what we really want and need from our working lives. Pandemic shock has up-ended conventional ways of working and prompted profound re-examination of our work-life priorities, practices and pathways. Professor Herminia Ibarra is a leading expert on career development and […]

A radical vision for a Green New Deal | RSA Events

How can 2021 become a turning point for progress on climate change? With COP26 on the horizon and the incoming Biden administration poised to rejoin the Paris Agreement, climate action will be high on the agenda in 2021. But to make urgently necessary progress towards decarbonisation, the world must go further, embedding transformative economic changes […]

Britain in 2021: new year, new hope | RSA Events

Societies showed remarkable resilience and adaptability in 2020: in the face of public health crisis, political polarisation, and economic insecurity, we witnessed extraordinary examples of community solidarity and social innovation. And yet deep uncertainties and challenges lie in wait in the year ahead. To meet these challenges, we need to strengthen the ties that bind […]

Your Heart is more than a Pump – It has a Mind of its own

Did you know that the human heart is the organ that generates the strongest electromagnetic field of any organ of the human body? Its produces an electromagnetic field 5000 times as powerful as that produced by your brain. Furthermore, this energy field changes in relation to your emotions. One thing you should know about electromagnetic […]

Creativity Matters: A Tribute to Sir Ken Robinson | RSA Replay

Sir Ken Robinson devoted his life to the importance of creativity and imagination. Millions of people have watched Ken’s famous TED Talk, ‘Are Schools Killing Creativity?’. In 2008 Ken was awarded the RSA Benjamin Franklin Medal. His acceptance speech Changing Education Paradigms became one of the RSA’s most powerful RSA Animate films, inspiring more than […]

Vibrations and Frequencies – The secrets of the Universe

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Aether Vibrations – A New View of the Universe

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The Truth behind The creepy Philadelphia Experiment: Invisibility and Time Travel

The Philadelphia Experiment is one of the most grotesque military urban legends ever — and it has endured as an infamous World War II conspiracy theory. But is there any truth to it? :Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dgHQSp #sciencetoday ============================== ►Follow ScienceToday here: * Facebook: https://goo.gl/2dSG31 * Twitter: https://goo.gl/IMm1ig ============================== ►FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer Under Section […]

Design’s response to the crises of 2020 | RSA Events

An unprecedented global pandemic. The worst global economic recession since the Great Depression. The tipping point for systemic racism. Growing polarisation and conflict. One of the biggest non-nuclear explosions of all time. An alarming increase in wildfires across five continents. 2020 has presented huge challenges for us to respond to. It is human nature to […]

Insect and Reptile like creatures on Mars

Entomologist William Romoser gave a poster presentation on at the national meeting of the Entomological Society of America in St. Louis, Missouri. He claimed that analysis of NASA’s images showed conclusive evidence that life existed on Mars, including insect-like creatures and reptiles, some of which still live there today. “There was and is still life […]

33 Amazing Facts About the Human Body

The human body is one of the most miraculous machinery. We know that each person’s heart has to work 70-80 years without a moment’s rest to see all of that magic. Even though we are the owners, not many of us fully understand what’s going on in our bodies. :Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dgHQSp #sciencetoday ============================== ►Follow ScienceToday […]

Is That a Lizard on Mars?

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When the Doughnut meets the city | RSA Events

RSA President’s Lecture 2020 As we navigate a series of urgent global crises, how might cities and communities be empowered to respond in ways that are ecologically safe and socially just? Doughnut Economics proposes a set of core principles for creating economies that are regenerative and distributive by design. What happens when these principles are […]

Pinball Kids: preventing school exclusions | RSA Events

There is growing concern that Covid-19 disruption is creating the conditions for a rise in school exclusions. Who do we need to listen to, what needs to change, and how can we work better together to support educators, parents and policymakers to address the problem of exclusions at its roots? The RSA’s Pinball Kids project […]

Active Democracy in Times of Emergency | RSA Events

As the world faces the critical issues of Covid-19, climate emergency and political disquiet, what are the novel democratic approaches we can deploy to tackle these acute and existential challenges? How can a more ‘active democracy’ break political deadlock, build civic trust and drive transformative collaboration between government, civil society and communities? One month on […]

Isabel Hilton | RSA Bridges to the Future Podcast

What does the future hold for China and how will the pandemic alter geopolitics? Matthew Taylor is joined by Isabel Hilton, journalist, broadcaster and CEO of chinadialogue.net. Global crises cause big changes and reveal deep structural weaknesses. As drastic measures are taken across the world to stop the spread of COVID-19, what are the short, […]

David Miliband | RSA Bridges to the Future podcast

How could and how should the pandemic change our world? Matthew Taylor is joined by David Miliband, former Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and now CEO of the International Rescue Committee. Global crises cause big changes and reveal deep structural weaknesses. As drastic measures are taken across the world to stop the […]

Geoff Mulgan | RSA Bridges to the Future Podcast

What will the world look like after the Coronavirus pandemic? Matthew Taylor is joined by Geoff Mulgan, Professor of Collective Intelligence, Public Policy and Social Innovation at University College London. Global crises cause big changes and reveal deep structural weaknesses. As drastic measures are taken across the world to stop the spread of COVID-19,  what […]

Torsten Bell | RSA Bridges to the Future Podcast

What will the British economy look like after the Coronavirus pandemic? Matthew Taylor is joined by Torsten Bell, chief executive of the Resolution Foundation, an organisation working to improve the lives of people on low to middle incomes. Global crises cause big changes and reveal deep structural weaknesses. As drastic measures are taken across the […]

Sir Ronald Cohen on Reshaping Capitalism | RSA Events

Impact investment pioneer Sir Ronald Cohen argues that social justice must dictate the economic response to the crisis now facing countries the world over. Capitalism is being challenged as never before – it can be radically reshaped. At the RSA, we unite people and ideas to resolve the challenges of our time. Help shape change […]

Mary Beard and David Olusoga on History, Memory and Change | RSA Events

As movements for change sweep across the globe, two of the UK’s most admired public thinkers, Mary Beard and David Olusoga, reflect on the enduring and evolving dialogue between past and present, and the duty we owe to the legacies we inherit. At the RSA, we unite people and ideas to resolve the challenges of […]

Roman Krznaric on Thinking Long-Term | RSA Events

From climate crisis to the next pandemic, the existential threat of short-termism is now all too clear. Drawing on ideas and movements from around the world, public philosopher Roman Krznaric shows how a shift to long-term thinking can help us create more just, secure and sustainable societies – and set us on a path to […]

Linda Scott on Powering Women’s Potential | RSA Events

Women’s economic subordination is a global problem that affects us all. Gender equality, often treated as an afterthought or a luxury only wealthy countries can afford, is essential for stabilising and strengthening our economies, bettering our societies, and liberating women across the world. Economist Linda Scott examines the growing body of evidence that we all […]

Strange and mysterious sounds have been recorded in space

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