Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell (Full Presentation) | Big Think
Sam Harris: The Self is an Illusion | Big Think

Sam Harris: The Self is an Illusion | Big Think

What one of the problems we have in discussing consciousness scientifically is that consciousness is irreducibly subjective. This is a point that many philosophers have made – Thomas Nagel, John Sorrell, David Chalmers. While I don’t agree with everything they’ve said about consciousness I agree with them on this point that consciousness is what it’s Read more about Sam Harris: The Self is an Illusion | Big Think[…]

Blueprint for Peace for Humanity – Day 5 – AM – Friday, July 7, 2017

Blueprint for Peace for Humanity – Day 5 – AM – Friday, July 7, 2017

NOTE! Subtitles in this video are auto-generated and unrevised. welcome everyone to the blueprint for peace for Humanity it’s day five it’s the morning session for Friday July 7th 2017 this is another presentation of the Keshe foundation spaceship Institute and we’ll be listening to mr. Kesh delivering today’s teaching and I understand we have Read more about Blueprint for Peace for Humanity – Day 5 – AM – Friday, July 7, 2017[…]

Tim Maudlin: The Big Bang

Tim Maudlin: The Big Bang

We need to separate issues about the Big Bang into two. One is that there was an event, a period of time we know a fair amount about. About 13.7 billion years ago. And by direct observation by theory we know something about the kind of matter there was, the temperatures, the densities, how light Read more about Tim Maudlin: The Big Bang[…]

Independent Dependent Variables ( No Music)

Independent Dependent Variables ( No Music)

welcome to moomoomath and science and independent and dependent variables how are independent and dependent variables different an independent variable also called the manipulated variable has the ability to stand alone it is not changed by the other variable it is the variable you are changing or manipulating the dependent variable also called the responding Read more about Independent Dependent Variables ( No Music)[…]

The Stanford Prison Experiment

The Stanford Prison Experiment

One of the most infamous psychological studies ever conducted was the Stanford Prison Experiment. It’s mentioned in almost every intro to psychology textbook. They tend to focus on how unethical it was, and are less critical of its supposed conclusion.August 14th, 1971.Palo Alto, California.Twelve young men are rounded up from their homes by police,placed under Read more about The Stanford Prison Experiment[…]

Dr Maurice Mizrahi – Free will, Judaism and quantum physics (Re’eh)

Dr Maurice Mizrahi – Free will, Judaism and quantum physics (Re’eh)

This week’s Torah portion, Re’eh, begins with God telling us: Re’eh, anochi noten lifnechem hayyom brachah uklalah. See, I set before you today a blessing and a curse. [Deut. 11:26] Later in the same book of Deuteronomy, we hear God saying: Re’eh, natati lefanecha hayyom et ha-chayyim ve-et hatov, ve-et hammavet ve-et hara’. See, I Read more about Dr Maurice Mizrahi – Free will, Judaism and quantum physics (Re’eh)[…]

Camp Camp: Episode 1 – Escape from Camp Campbell | Rooster Teeth

Camp Camp: Episode 1 – Escape from Camp Campbell | Rooster Teeth

– RTX 2016 intro – – Rooster Teeth Summer of Animation Intro – (eagle screeching) -[DAVID:] Can you believe it, Max? We’re getting not one, not three, but two new campers today! – [MAX] Yup. It’s really, truly horrifying. -[DAVID] Horrifying? What? Are you afraid of making a few new friends? – [MAX] I’m not Read more about Camp Camp: Episode 1 – Escape from Camp Campbell | Rooster Teeth[…]

Free will or Free won’t?? Do we really have Freewill or is it an illusion?