The New Media: My Experience and More

The New Media: My Experience and More

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With Australia’s top radio host Neil Mitchell in studio…

Dr.. Jordan Pearson good morning good morning Thank you so much for coming in you’re developing this enormous power and reach is it the heavy burden for it? Well it it’s heavy and light at the same time. You know it’s it’s constant I Don’t know what I’m doing day-to-day until that day I have […]

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Video Essay: Nihilism in television

Nihilism in television. I don’t think a label like nihilism can be avoided. At all. If your art is even slightly gritty or dark, it will latch onto it, whether it’s a film, a TV show, or a book. All throughout history, nihilism has been a slur. It’s been used to describe things that are […]

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How fractals can help you understand the universe | BBC Ideas

How fractals can help you understand the universe | BBC Ideas

What do galaxies, cloud formations, your nervous system, mountain ranges and coastlines all have in common? They all contain never ending patterns known as fractals. A classic example of a fractal in nature is broccoli – in that the whole stalk is a similar version of one of its branches. So cut off one piece […]

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5 Latin phrases that are still meaningful today | BBC Ideas

5 Latin phrases that are still meaningful today | BBC Ideas

There are good reasons you see so many people with Latin tattoos. For a start, Latin is a highly economical language – you can say a lot in just a handful of words. Another reason is that Latin literature is full of timeless truisms. Observations made over 2,000 years ago are often as applicable to […]

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The real reason there’s no cure for your cold | BBC Ideas

The real reason there’s no cure for your cold | BBC Ideas

You’d think there should be a cure for the common cold. Scientists have been working on cold viruses for over 70 years, but they’ve never found an effective cure. The cold is the world’s most prevalent infectious disease, adults get between two and four colds a year and children get way, way more. So this […]

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‘Women are incomplete men’ and other absurd ancient beliefs | BBC Ideas

‘Women are incomplete men’ and other absurd ancient beliefs | BBC Ideas

The Greeks and Romans gave us so much that it’s little wonder we continue to sing their praises as great inventors, artists and writers. But not everything they thought has stood the test of time. Here are five of their most absurd pieces of wisdom. Number one… “If a woman says no she means yes.” […]

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What if all humans on Earth disappeared? | BBC Ideas

What if all humans on Earth disappeared? | BBC Ideas

…we don’t know how – that doesn’t matter. What we’d like to know is… What would a world without humans be like? Within days, the electricity grid fails as fuel supplies run out and there’s nobody to override the powerstation’s failsafe mechanisms. Within a week the subways we’ve built under the water table flood. The […]

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How to write a perfect speech | BBC Ideas

How to write a perfect speech | BBC Ideas

The secret behind any great speech… it all begins with the speaker, having somebody who has that world view, who knows what they want to say, who knows what story they want to tell. That’s critical, a speechwriter can come up with something on their own, but it really needs to be a collaborative process […]

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How half a degree could change the world forever | BBC Ideas

How half a degree could change the world forever | BBC Ideas

If the temperature outside changes by half a degree, you won’t even feel it. Such a small change is almost imperceptible to human senses. But half a degree of global temperature change could be little short of the end of the world we recognise. Or at least the world humanity has inhabited for the last […]

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