I ain't scared of no red light.
I ain't scared of no red light.
100,000 so hard to get! Game is pretty exciting here though. Learn some stuff about neurons in the process.
There should be extra cost to have the studying include loud audible pronunciation of cuss words.
I'll go with the boring speech or the friend leaving you with someone totally random.
Whether or not this is what the occupy movement was about, this person is technically part of some 1%, because almost everyone is in debt and doesn't work that hard or live that simply. :P
Being made of star isn't that special, since everything is made of stars and there are too many stars to count.
This satisfied my need for power and destruction.
Any universe you're going to live in is infinitely complicated, even if it's the one inside your head. :)
Would be nice to see a sky like that someday, but it's so cold up there!
Just a little bit scary, wouldn't you say?
That was pretty amazing to watch, although it doesn't seem to be the kind of thing any random business or person can just implement like a business strategy. Changing your focus to such, I think, would take an awful lot of hard work and checking back on yourself to make sure there is that why. Another thing to take in mind is how useful having that why would be even if you aren't trying to be a leader, build innovation, or run a business. Having that always with you would be the 2nd true peace of mind.
Notice at 10:30 the plane in the background right when he says that!
Distant lands of mars are awesome. Especially the horizon.
I need me some of this. I'll get there eventually.
That link, always breaking things. And he thinks they've just respawned themselves when ever he comes back later!
In real capitalism, people aren't forced to serve the state and often don't. In fact, people aren't forced to do anything. It is more about making exchanges that both parties believe they are benefiting more from. Employers believe they are benefiting more from the work time put in, and employees believe they are benefiting more from the money they are compensated. Capitalism just doesn't come to mind when I look at this (more like corrupted monarchy/oligarchy). If you envy the rich, don't buy their products, or rather you can make your own products.
This stuff is so cool. The inner astronomer in me is gaping right now. If you see anything on Earth (such as the Aurora Borealis), chances are there's bigger more awesome versions somewhere out there.
Another example of Earth.
This just cracks me up. Forget about all the pair bonding, social behaviors, understand psychiatric disorders stuff. You know they were just sitting around one day thought, "I wonder what if rodents would glow if you injected them with glow-in-the-dark jellyfish..." Low and behold! Of course, that's what science is really all about, right? You get bored otherwise.
First off, I do love science, but whoa; out of the 0, -1s and 1s form to make a universe? Listen to all of this and how complicated it is, and you have to wonder where the human race will get with this information, and how accurate it really is (he says right there how we might not even see other galaxies in the far future and the universe in appearance could be totally different).
A review? Eh... Of course the guy's got to appeal to his liberal base in order to get paid handsomely and offered to make more public lectures by his institution, but if I thought all ideologies, religious or otherwise (what is the definition of religion to him, anyways?) were a bunch of bunk, I would concentrate on the science alone. In other words, he's taking it a bit far. If religion is for the idiot, just run with the science and try to persuade its usefulness! Making snide remarks at opposing points of view will just remove your aim to seriousness. Lots of big words here, but I don't see this lecture as a truly serious persuasion of scientific principles.
On another note, I wonder when the western mindset with trying to find the logical answer for everything will subside from its most important place in society (I know it could take at least another few centuries). There will always be more questions than answers no matter how far you go with science and math. And the farther you go, the farther away you are from what truly matters, what you can change, what is applicable in life and possibly after life. My ideology of a superior intelligence and the need to follow principles that bless me and all around me does a lot more in these regards then science ever will. Science is very interesting and useful in most cases (until you start getting into stuff like whether the universe is curved or not), but it is created by men and fleeting. Not something to be placing your sole purpose into, in my opinion.
Nice mushroom. This reminds me that I should probably try to finish Super Mario Galaxy 100% sometime soon, along with the other few Wii games I have. Even if you give up on a company, you should at least get the most out of the things that you purchased... maybe as a remembrance of old day's greatness.