This type of collaboration gives me a chill down my spine for this is what humanity is all about. Acquiring knowledge and sharing that knowledge equally among all. Exactly what SwarmKnowledge is about and humanity is only able to do this because of the internet! This is the first step to becoming a Type 1 civilization according to Kardashev’s scale.
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- TED: Judy MacDonald Johnston: Prepare for a good end of life - Judy MacDonald Johnston (2013)Thinking about death is frightening, but planning ahead is practical and leaves more room for peace of mind in our final days. In a solemn, thoughtful talk, Judy MacDonald Johnston shares 5 practices for planning for a good end of life. […]TEDTalks
- TED: Phil Hansen: Embrace the shake - Phil Hansen (2013)In art school, Phil Hansen developed an unruly tremor in his hand that kept him from creating the pointillist drawings he loved. Hansen was devastated, floating without a sense of purpose. Until a neurologist made a simple suggestion: embrace this limitation ... and transcend it. […]TEDTalks
- TED: Peter Singer: The why and how of effective altruism - Peter Singer (2013)If you're lucky enough to live without want, it's a natural impulse to be altruistic to others. But, asks philosopher Peter Singer, what's the most effective way to give? He talks through some surprising thought experiments to help you balance emotion and practicality -- and make the biggest impact with whatever you can share. […]TEDTalks