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Future Boyfriend | Sci-Fi Short Film | Omeleto

Stuart is out on an awkward date with Kaylie, and he’s acting weird. He’s way too solicitous and very nervous. Kaylie reassures him she’s okay, and that’s when Stuart drops a bomb: he’s from the future, and he’s trying to … Continue reading

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What animals are thinking and feeling, and why it should matter | Carl Safina | TEDxMidAtlantic

TEDx Talks Published on 13 Jul 2016 Carl Safina takes us inside the lives and minds of animals around the world, witnessing their profound capacity for perception, thought and emotion, showing why the word “it” is often inappropriate as we … Continue reading

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Self Worth Theory: The Key to Understanding & Overcoming Procrastination | Nic Voge | TEDxPrincetonU

TEDx Talks Published on 20 Dec 2017 Nearly 80% of college students report that procrastination is a significant issue for them. Procrastination is not a matter of mere “laziness” and the solution is not simply “better time management”. Could it … Continue reading

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If anyone can see the morally unthinkable online, what then? Aeon

Imagine you work at a Latex glove factory. One night, you type ‘Latex’ into Google: you’re searching for competitors’ products, but you find other things too. Some of what you find turns you on. But some of it you wish … Continue reading

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Stoned Ape & Fungal Intelligence – Paul Stamets

After Skool Published on 13 Mar 2018 Paul Stamets is a mycologist, author and advocate of bioremediation and medicinal fungi. In this animation he describes the incredible properties of fungi as well as an overview of how mushrooms could have … Continue reading

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A Literal Translation Lends a Daring Edge to the First Meal of the Day

Although breakfast is commonly consumed in a rush out the door, or slurped hurriedly before one dashes to catch the bus, the early morning meal’s straightforward composition of actions is often not considered.Madrid-based photographer Tessa Dóniga created the series Break/Fast … Continue reading

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RSA ANIMATE: The Divided Brain

Psychiatrist Iain McGilchrist describes the real differences between the left and right halves of the human brain. It’s not simply “emotion on the right, reason on the left,” but something far more complex and interesting. A Best of the Web … Continue reading

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An Artist’s Critique of Colonialism in Brazil — Hyperallergic

Centered on Brazil’s northeastern region, Jonathas de Andrade’s One to One dramatizes exchanges between the colonizer and colonized, between the haves and have-nots. via An Artist’s Critique of Colonialism in Brazil — Hyperallergic

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Dancing on the brain – Psychology research at Bangor University

Dance and psychology come together at Bangor University. In an exciting boundary crossing piece of research, Dr. Emily Cross, a psychologist at Bangor University, will be working with internationally renowned contemporary dancer Riley Watts to study what happens in our … Continue reading

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This Is Your Brain on Music

Have you ever heard a piece of music that triggered a powerful emotional response? Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin explains the connection between music and the brain in a talk that finally explains the songs on your break up playlist.

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