29 September 2016

Michael Shellenberger: How fear of nuclear power is hurting the environment

It is fascinating how we are in such a craze to use renewable energies, but we refuse to we nuclear. Shellenberger shows that we are actually losing renewable energies faster than we are putting it in place. He continues to address the nuclear fears and points out that nuclear power is already, be far, the safest, stable mass energy production method we have.

Michael Shellenberger: How fear of nuclear power is hurting the environment

20 September 2016

Esther Perel: Rethinking infidelity ... a talk for anyone who has ever loved

Perel gives a frank talk about infidelity and what exactly it means. She defines an affair as "a secretive relationship, which is the core structure of an affair;an emotional connection to one degree or another; and a sexual alchemy". Perel commented, sometimes we cheat not because we are turning away from our partner but because we are turning away from the person we have become.

Esther Perel: Rethinking infidelity ... a talk for anyone who has ever loved

15 September 2016

Rogier van der Heide: Why light needs darkness

Heide reminds us that we can only enjoy light because there is darkness. This impacts us in our daily spaces, often in our workplace. We tend to try to push for uniform, white light, but in reality we need a blend of different colors with a variety of intensities.

Rogier van der Heide: Why light needs darkness

06 September 2016

Wendy Freedman: This new telescope might show us the beginning of the universe

Freedman reviews the project planning and construction of the Giant Magellan Telescope: the largest, most powerful telescope ever built.

Wendy Freedman: This new telescope might show us the beginning of the universe