I am more confident about the future after listing to Paxton Smith on the Pivot podcast. Paxton is the bright, intelligent, and bold valedictorian who hijacked her own speech to say what was really on her mind in the wake of the anti-choice legislation signed by Texas Governor Greb Abbott.
When given the opportunity to self-administer a mild electric shock with a button, 67 percent of men and 25 percent of women pressed it at least once to help pass the time.
Great video that questions this common belief in the only way Science knows how. Test it.
Very intriguing episode on the You Are Not So Smart podcast. It is entirely possible for someone to plant memories in your brain of experiences or things that never happened to you. And it's all done through a series of questions. And the other person may not even be aware they are doing it. YANSS 210 … Continue reading Are your memories planted by someone you do not know?
Great discussion about the spectrum of social cultures. And how they can be 'tight' or 'loose'. More importantly, what are the pros and cons of each, and when does a specific culture type make an exception. Order & Freedom : A Conversation with Michele Gelfand
Meticulous. Bold. Brilliant.
The Wall Street Journal published a compelling idea backed but by research that indicates you are controlled to some degree by your mood. Meaning the choices you take, and the decisions you make.
Stunning and mesmerizing stop animation video. The amount of time, effort, and planning that it took for this 2 minutes is incredible.
It's a lot to wade through for a casual video. But it's worth it for a big reveal at the end.
Led Zeppelin's Kashmir Live Performance