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Want TED Talks on the go? Every weekday, this feed brings you our latest talks in audio format. Hear thought-provoking ideas on every subject imaginable -- from Artificial Intelligence to Zoology, and everything in between -- given by the world's leading thinkers and doers. This collection of talks, given at TED and TEDx conferences around the globe, is also available in video format.
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Shital Sheth

Ambiguity meets ambiguity

Nov 15th
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Marc Ellmaker

YOU MUST BE BORN AGAIN

Nov 14th
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Marc Ellmaker

ARE

Nov 14th
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Marc Ellmaker

YOU

Nov 14th
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Marc Ellmaker

SAVED

Nov 14th
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Marc Ellmaker

“CHRIST ONLY”

Nov 14th
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Nidhal Mahjoubi

Only 17 years for the Girlfriend despite clear evidences and the other two guys testimony? That's ridiculous

Nov 11th
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Cristobal Herrera

Man he's hard to understand

Nov 10th
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Rui Sousa

Wonderfully passionate, as all science should be.

Nov 10th
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Eric Surprenant

Blah blah blah out of this guy he sure has a lot of complaints but no solutions!

Nov 9th
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Trevor Lassila

1:33

Nov 7th
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Trevor Lassila

1:04

Nov 7th
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Kabir Singh Waraich

It is presumptuous to think Science should be agreeing with something that is a human construct, like morality. Science is just our attempt to understand how nature and physics work. It is above us. It doesn't have to agree with our constructed assumption that human life is sacred , love and kindness should dictate how we should live. However if we assume that living in harmony progresses peace and the study of science and therefore it is advantageous for us to live harmoniously to progress this study, it is scientifically logical to be a good human being.

Nov 6th
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Jeanine van der Werff

When a scientist uses the worst religious people do against the best science can do, he clearly isn't objective and thus fails as a scientist. Scientists have done some purely evil things (think Japanese and German scientists during WW2), yet is this used as a reason why science is evil? Of course not. Science can tell you it kills someone if you poison them, but it doesn't tell you why it is wrong. In fact, scientifically one less person polluting the earth makes sense. How can science prove I should care about someone on the other side of the world if I don't know, and never will know, them? It doesn't make sense scientifically to spend time and money on something or someone that can never benefit you or your loved ones.

Nov 5th
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English With Sasha

visit my channel

Oct 25th
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Talin Likha

💘💘💘😭loved it

Oct 22nd
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Kevin Li

what is the name of the book she wrote

Oct 20th
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Sev-1207

Kevin Li which one? her most popular one is eat, pray, love (2006)

Oct 22nd
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Maren Kendall

This is why Chick -Fil-A is so successful. Civility rules, all the way from corporate culture.

Oct 19th
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Damien Mealey

For some reason I was drawn to this specific talk. I do not regret listening to it. This is so cool 👍

Oct 15th
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Andres Ricardo Peralta Perea

Great talk, great message

Oct 14th
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