Christopher Hitchens: Religious vs. empirical knowledge

Christopher Hitchens delivered a speech at VCU in Richmond, VA, as part of a debate with Frank Turek about the existence of god. You can watch the entire debate "Does god exist" at Vimeo.

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Juan Enriquez: Beyond the crisis, mindboggling science and the arrival of Homo evolutis

Juan Enriquez returned to TED this year to talk about the ultimate reboot: the Homo evolutis.

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Neil deGrasse Tyson: Stupid design

I must admit, I love it when Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about how the universe is trying to kill us.

The presentation contains graphic images between 3:30 and 4:00, so you might want to skip that part.

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Richard Dawkins: Lecture at UC Berkeley

Richard Dawkins visited the University of Berkeley on his tour to promote his book "The God Delusion". Like always, an eloquent speech.

If you’re a religious person and easily offended, you might want to skip this one.

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Please let me emphasize that I don’t want to push a message here. I included this one because Richard Dawkins has a unique and fascinating way to speak to an audience.

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Susan Blackmore: Memes and “temes”

In my opinion, everybody should watch at least one TED talk a week. Here’s my recommendation for this week:

In this enthusiastic talk, Susan Blackmore takes the definition of "memes" to a whole new level: temes.

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