Jeffrey Schaler: Psychiatry as a Fraud

Psychologist Dr. Jeffrey Schaler, 2006 Thomas Szasz Award Winner, explains what is wrong with modern psychiatry. Or in his words:

It takes one person to have a real disease. It takes two people to have a mental illness.

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Shawn Achor: The Science of Hapiness and Potential

Shawn Achor from Harvard University, explains positive psychology in nutshell. He is talking about the paradoxon, why depression increases though living conditions have never been that advanced. At last he is offering everyday advice, how to lead a happier and more productive life.

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Al Gore: 15 ways to avert a climate crisis

In his second appearance on TED, Al Gore asked for a better brand name for global warming. And he started with a hilarious intro.

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Vilayanur Ramachandran: A journey to the center of your mind

Neurologist Vilayanur Ramachandran, director of the Center for Brain and Cognition at the University of California, San Diego, explains why brain disorders can demonstrate how the brain works. He uses examples like Capgras syndrome, phantom limbs and synestesia and shows a cheap and easy way  of treatment for pain in a phantom limb.

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Clifford Stoll: 18 minutes with an agile mind

It takes some time to get used to the chaotic style of Clifford Stoll, U.S. astronomer, computer expert and author. And he talks about everything that comes to his mind.

"Once I do something, I want to do something else."

I can promise you one thing: It’s the weirdest talk you’ll ever see.

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