Martin Seligman: What positive psychology can help you become

Martin Seligman, the founder of positive psychology, shows three different lifestyles to achieve happiness at TED.

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Dan Dennett: Ants, terrorism, and the awesome power of memes

Dan Dennett speaks at TED about the power and danger of memes, "concepts that are literally alive".

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Richard Dawkins: The universe is queerer than we can suppose

Darwinist Richard Dawkins shares his view, why the universe is queerer than we can even think of, in a well written speech at TED.

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Iqbal Quadir: How Technology Is Empowering the Poor

In his talk, which was part of a LongNow Foundaton seminar, Iqbal Quadir describes his long-term observations and why he thinks that technology and not aid will empower the people in poor countries.

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Paul Collier: 4 ways to improve the lives of the “bottom billion”

And again a talk at TED in my Blog Action Day Week:

Paul Collier proposes a simple idea to help poorer countries develop by comparing the help for those countries in Africa to post-war Europe.

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