TEDxSydney – Richard Gill – The Value of Music Education

Translator: Jerson Partible Reviewer: Denise RQ Thank you, ladies and gentlemen. I’ve asked if the lights could be lifted for this session, and David Glover agreed. And the reason, thank you very much, is I like to see the whites of your eyes. (Laughter) And I like to see you as my class. I hope […]

Gender bound | Judi Herring | TEDxJacksonville

Translator: Noppakao “Angel” Leelasorn Reviewer: Denise RQ Teaching says that females have two X chromosomes and males have an X and a Y. That is not the whole story. Eden Atwood is a musician, a teacher, a mother and a person with Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome. AIS is one among a variety of differences of sex […]

Community health impacts of factory farms: Steve Wing at TEDxManhattan 2013

The way we eat doesn’t just affect our health it affects other people’s health too hog production in north carolina is a good example since the mid twentieth century livestock production has shifted from pastor based farms to factory operations there are hundreds to over a thousand pigs in each building the feeders are automated […]

The case for fish farming | Mike Velings

So I come from the tallest people on the planet — the Dutch. It hasn’t always been this way. In fact, all across the globe, people have been gaining height. In the last 150 years, in developed countries, on average, we have gotten 10 centimeters taller. And scientists have a lot of theories about why […]

The four fish we’re overeating — and what to eat instead | Paul Greenberg

So when I was a kid … this was my team. (Laughter) I stunk at sports. I didn’t like to play them, I didn’t like to watch them. So this is what I did. I went fishing. And for all of my growing up I fished on the shores of Connecticut, and these are the […]