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Is Your Country at Risk of Becoming a Dictatorship? Here’s How to Know (Transcript)

Farida Nabourema – Political Activist & Writer – TEDWomen 2018 TRANSCRIPT A few weeks ago, somebody tweeted during the midterm elections in the United States that Election Day should be made a holiday. And I retweeted, saying, “Well, you’re welcome to come to my country and vote. You’ll get the whole week off to allow the …

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Blending Technology & Classroom Learning: Jessie Woolley-Wilson (Transcript)

Jessie Woolley-Wilson – TEDx Talk TRANSCRIPT Pivotal moments really can create who we are today and very much shape who we become tomorrow. When I was a student, I was part of a group that went to the DC metro area to try to figure out what business could do to try to improve education …

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How We Found Out Evolution is True: John van Wyhe (Full Transcript)

John van Wyhe is a British historian of science, with a focus on Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace, at the National University of Singapore. Here is the full text of his talk titled “How We Found Out Evolution is True” at TEDxNTU conference. John van Wyhe – TEDx Talk TRANSCRIPT Hello. Today, I want …

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Learning Plant Learning: Ariel Novoplansky at TEDxJaffa (Full Transcript)

In this talk, Professor Ariel Novoplansky discusses about the unique way in which plants communicate through their roots.  Ariel Novoplansky – TEDx Talk TRANSCRIPT There is a very profound question that you see on the screen. If a tree falls in a forest — and no one is around to hear it, does it make …

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Say ‘Yes’ to Your Adventure: Matthew Trinetti (Full Transcript)

Matthew Trinetti – TEDx Talk TRANSCRIPT So for the first 27 years of my life, I’d say I lived a life of probabilities. Growing up, I was really good at Math and Science, so there was a high probability I’d be good at Engineering. And so I went to Georgia Tech because it was probably …

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