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manro 1 year ago
One miracle per building.
Love the TED.
beerholder 1 year ago
Katie Melua owned on the last part.
Remembers me of the time when Neil DeGrasse Tyson complained to James Cameron that at the end of Titanic the star disposition wasn't accurate to the one at that certain time and location. To which Cameron responded: "Titanic sold 1.4 billion dollars. Imagine how much we could sell if we got the star map right."
2876065 1 year ago
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Chogath 1 year ago
the only prob is that hes speaking fast like a RedNeck plus my not so good english makes me understand the half of what he says
Heun 1 year ago
Nice video's lately snotr!
Voutelamberopipi 1 year ago
Funny thing, if you watch this video backwards, at one point he clearly says "Yghang fi irtupbaa ooawh it aaargh." That creeped me out.
thoruus 1 year ago
#4 Well, He speaks fast indeed, but your poor english is not the reason to call people rednecks. And if you really want to understand the other half of that great speech (and improve your english) try here with subtitles: http://www.ted.com/talks/michael_shermer_on_believing_strange_things.html
irishgek 1 year ago
What the hell that audio illusion freaked me out ....that was just brilliant ! our brains are so small and fallible to such simple trickery !
mashkalji 1 year ago
skepticism is good for science, but sometimes it could prevent us from new discoveries.
Koletzkii 1 year ago
How cool is that? How cool is he!
Zebedee 1 year ago
#9 New discoveries come from our imagination!
ravishi 1 year ago
His nose itches so bad when he says all crop circles are fake ) he has to rub it twice.
Also when he mentions (several times, every time) the inexistence of intelligent design: itchy-scratchy bigtime.
Yes he itches a lot during this video - seems to me he is not so convinced of what he is saying, to put it gently.
cyberdevil 1 year ago
1 year ago
320 x 240 px
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