Brian Cox: A Wonderful Creation Story

In this short TED talk, Brian Cox tells the wonderful creation story.

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Henry Rollins: On first impressions

This is an excerpt from Henry Rollins’ Spoken Word Tour “Provoked”.

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Paul Ekman & Dacher Keltner: The Evolution of Emotions

Paul Ekman and his former student Dacher Keltner talk about the role of Darwin in human emotion and misconceptions about his work.

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Dan Savage: On Gay Adoption

Dan Savage shares his point of view on gay adoption.

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Majora Carter: Tale of Urban Renewal

Majora Carter speaks about greening the Ghetto in her neighborhood in the South Bronx.

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