Big History
David Christian

David Christian explains the creation of the universe through simple scientific terms in order to help us understand that despite the complexity of our habitat, there exists a law that governs all existence.

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David Christian: Big History

March 1, 2011 (about 9 years ago)

David Christian explains the creation of the universe through simple scientific terms in order to help us understand that despite the complexity of our habitat, there exists a law that governs all existence.

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Source: TED

Ian Goldin: Navigating Our Global Future

July 1, 2009 (almost 11 years ago)

Ian Goldin talks about the changees in the future and the challenges we have to overcome with technology.

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Source: TED

William Li: Can We Eat to Starve Cancer?

February 1, 2010 (about 10 years ago)

William Li points out the impact of angiogenesis in diseases such as cancer.

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Source: TED

Robert Thurman: We can be Buddhas

December 1, 2006 (over 13 years ago)

In this enlightening talk, Buddhist scholar Bob Thurman tells us that we can be Buddhas. He shows us that in this information age, we are all interconnected, and this raises our awareness of everyone. This in turn will develop our compassion and put us on a path to possibly become Buddhas.

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Source: TED

Gary Flake: Is Pivot a Turning Point for Web Exploration?

February 1, 2010 (about 10 years ago)

Gary Flake shows how Pivot can change our browsing and internet life into a more information-extracting web experience.

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Source: TED

Marc Pachter: The Art of the Interview

January 1, 2008 (about 12 years ago)

In this talk, Marc Pachter tells us about the art of the interview. He talks about his project, The Living Self-Portrait Series and recalls his most interesting interviews with very important people. He also emphasizes the good points to a successful interview.

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Source: TED

Curtis Wong: Roy Gould and Curtis Wong Preview the WorldWide Telescope

February 1, 2008 (about 12 years ago)

Curtis Wong is the Principal Researcher of Microsoft Research, and he appears in this brief video with astrophysics researcher Roy Gould to introduce Microsoft's Worldwide Telescope to the TED audience.

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Source: TED

Gary Flake: Gary Flake: is Pivot a Turning Point for Web Exploration?

February 1, 2010 (about 10 years ago)

Flake tells the audience how Pivot could bring a revolution in web browsing by giving a wider array of options to the user.

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Source: TED

Robert Thurman: Expanding Your Circle of Compassion

October 1, 2009 (over 10 years ago)

In this compelling talk, Buddhist scholar Robert Thurman tells us about expanding our circle of compassion. He tells us a story defining what compassion is and how it's a universal topic. He gives us the sevenfold method for developing compassion and these really give you something to think about...

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Source: TED

Julian Treasure: The 4 Ways Sound Affects Us

July 1, 2009 (almost 11 years ago)

In this audio-centric talk, Julian Treasure tells us about the four ways sound affects us. He plays for us all these different sounds we encounter daily and explains how each affects us. There are even very surprising numbers especially on the business side that sound directly influences.

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Source: TED

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