Arthur Benjamin: Formula for changing math education

“Mathemagician” Arthur Benjamin proposes a change in math education in this short TED talk.

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Philip Zimbardo: The Time Paradox

 Philip Zimbardo, known for his Stanford prison experiment, talks about the psychology of time, why anti drug ads don’t work and why you’re chronically late.

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Neil DeGrasse Tyson: Swami Levitation

In this excerpt from the Amazing Meeting, Neil DeGrasse Tyson states that there is no law of Physics which prevents Swami levitation.

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Ian Morison: It’s about time

Ian Morison, professor at Gresham College, explains, why we haven’t had visitors from the future yet.

This part is the funniest part of the lecture. However, if you want to watch the full program, visit Fora.TV.

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George Lakoff: Moral Politics – How Liberals and Conservatives think

Professor of Cognitive Science and Linguistics George Lakoff explains the two different metaphors of the family for a nation that lead to the different world views of liberals and conservatives.

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