Peace and reconciliation, social mobility, employment in the dessert, why young people should go into politics, creating out of not knowing and stereotypes – it was such an honor to give a stage to all these great Ideas Worth Spreading. And the talks by the … Continue readingTEDxTelAvivWomen talks now available to watch on TED.com’s TEDx channel
But I have gained Zoe, well earned pounds, and some important life lessons. From Cape Coral, this is Noam and me, sharing our new-found wisdom with you, and wishing you a year which you will one day be strangely nostalgic for..
Here’s the full list of my updated favorites.
From what was once an old Mayan village, Noam and I look back at 4000 years of human evolution and look forward to 2012 and the future of our species. Our traditional new year’s greeting, this time from Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, with our own 8 … Continue reading2012, Singularity or Apocalypse? [our new year’s video greeting]
[quote]Perfection, that’s what it’s about. It’s those moments, when you can feel the perfection of creation, the beauty of physics, the wonder of mathematics, and the elation of action and reaction, and that is the kind of perfection that I want to be connected to” – Samuel T. … Continue readingBattlestar Galactica left me with a choice: I’m going for the option that takes the bigger leap of faith
Science keeps flipping on us. In the break of 2011, does that change anything? Everything? Is it happy 2011? From somewhere in the Caribbean, a greeting from me and my Noam to you my friends: [click to open in YouTube, they don’t allow embed because … Continue readingLife is not without a sense of humor…
Because it’s HD, it’s best viewed in full screen and after clip completes loading… and the ‘before’: A huge thanks to God of HD Video – Guy Sadot and to the Master of Dream Making – My TEDxTelAviv and Wedding Producer Shay Windman
Size Matters. Big Time! The size of the Frontal Lobe, that is. Our frontal lobe is larger in reference to the rest of the brain, than in any other species: It’s almost 40% of a human brain, about 15-17% in great apes, about 7% in dogs and just … Continue readingEven though my environment is different than my thinking, my thinking is more important.
Plants take over cities, wild life re-establishes in the habitat it was chased away from, oceans make astonishing recovery. Natures rules again. And all this happens much faster than we imagine…