Terry Moore: How to tie your shoes

Int this three-minute TED talk, Terry Moore explains that you’re most likely to tie your shoes the wrong way.

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Leonard Susskind: My friend Richard Feynman

Leonard Susskind tells about the legendary Richard Feynman at TEDxCaltech.

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Steve Hughes: RAW Comedy Club

This is Steve Hughes appearance at the RAW Comedy Club in Sweden.

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Stephen Fry: On the British monarchy and aristocracy

In his autobiography ‘Moab Is My Washpot’, Stephen Fry comments on his nose and why Great Britain should not get rid of its monarchy.

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Robert Kurzban: Why Everyone (Else) Is a Hypocrite

Robert Kurzban argues that the mind is modular and explains how this relates to hypocrisy.

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