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  1. Gerard t’Hooft on Science Fiction and Reality

    Gerard t’Hooft, a Nobel Laureate from Utrecht University, delivers a lecture on Science Fiction and Reality at the Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Ontario on May 7, 2008

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  2. Teach Now – Fab and Wonderful Members Area » Jennifer Louden

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  3. Teach Now – Fab and Wonderful Members Area » Jennifer Louden

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  4. Teach Now – Fab and Wonderful Members Area » Jennifer Louden

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  5. 23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism

    We may like or dislike capitalism, but surely we all know how it works. Right? Wrong. Today, most arguments about capitalism are dominated by free-market ideology and unfounded assumptions that parade as ‘facts’. This lecture in which Ha-Joon Chang will talk about his new book 23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism| tells the story of capitalism as it is and shows how capitalism as we know it can be, and should be, made better.

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  6. All In The Mind - 9 October 2010 - We have ways of making you think - Parasites on the brain!

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  7. The Mysteries of the Brain - Part 4

    The experiences that we take for granted – talking to a friend, listening to a piece of music, lifting a cup of coffee, tasting a peach – depend for their existence on the intricate and silent workings of several cooperative regions of the brain.

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  8. Caustic Soda: Sex

    WARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT! How do porcupines have sex? Cinema Sewer’s Robin Bougie guests as the Caustic Soda crew examines weird animal sex, horrible sex accidents including testicular torsion, notable perversions throughout human history, and comparative penis size within the animal kingdom. Part 1 of 2

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  9. Losing My Religion - Why Christians Should Drop Their Religion

    The modern critique of religion comes from Freud, Marx, and Nietzsche. Freud claimed that religion is psychological self-justification, that we created God to assuage our guilt and fear. Marx claimed that religion is a sociological self-justification, that we created God to exclude those unlike us. Nietzsche said that religion is nothing but a power trip, an attempt to use God to accrue power over others. However, Jesus himself critiqued religion and turned it on its head.

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  10. Solid Steel Radio Show 9/24/2010

    Solid Steel resident Ruckus Roboticus takes care of the second hour with his mix "I Love You But I’ve Chosen Disco". It’s quality releases that are disco & funk inspired from James Pants, Chaz Jankel, Al Kent and Dam Funk, plus another fine remix of the excellent Sun by Caribou.

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