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It was just as well I hadn’t been a student of Hoyle, because I would have been drawn into defending his steady state theory, a task which would have been harder than denying global warming. Stephen Hawking Note: In this episode we have removed the well known pauses between each sentence of Stephen Hawkings speach pattern. This so that you will eas…
 
Trough our scientific genius we made the world our neighborhood. And now, trough our moral and ethical commitment, we must make it our brotherhood. We must all learn to live together as brothers or we will all perish together as fools. Note: This episodes contain two speeches: “I have a dream” and, from 16:30, “American Dream”. We recently marked 5…
 
Each and every one of us makes a difference, each and every day. And we have a choice: What kind of difference are we going to make? From an enthusiastic child, encouraged by her mother, to a woman who would not take “science is for men” for an answer, to a world changing scientist and science communicator – Jane Goodall’s story is fascinating, and…
 
It’s frighting to see how quickly you can repeat the ills of the past when enough people are afraid and hungry As a kid he was literally a crime in one of the most unjust societies in the world. As an adult he has become one of the most well known voices in the world. The story of Trevor Noah is interesting and inspiring. Not inspiring as in ‘you t…
 
The reality of death is something we’re all going to have to face. Since the last two episodes where talks from great men who died too young this is a good time to meditate a bit on life and death. Sam Harris is a well known atheist with some controversial ideas and statements, but you don’t have to agree with him on anything to find something wort…
 
My mother explained the magic with this machine the very, very first day. She said, “Now Hans, we have loaded the laundry. The machine will make the work. And now we can go to the library.” The world just lost another great mind and communicator. Hans Rosling was unique in his ability to make statistics fun and fascinating – both by the enthusiasm …
 
You got the sense that, deep down, they didn’t even think the First Amendment applied when copyright was at issue, which means that if you did want to censor the Internet, if you wanted to come up with some way that the government could shut down access to particular websites, this bill might be the only way to do it. If it was about pornography, i…
 
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