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Original title of this video was: The Metaphysics of VRChat. I thought that this new title was applicable and changed it.
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Europe has a health check this week – and the citizens of its 53 countries are living longer. But unhealthy lifestyles fuelled by smoking, drinking and too little exercise are causing a rise in cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer. The World Health Organization (WHO) hopes more targets will further improve the health of Europeans. Claudia Hammond talks to Dr Claudia Stein, Director of the Division of Information, Evidence, Research and Innovation for the European region.
Despite the threat of Hurricane Florence to the US Eastern Seaboard, and the recent succession of tropical cyclones around the world, this current Atlantic hurricane season looks like it will just be an average storm season, after a slow start. Dr Jill Trepanier, a climate scientist at Louisiana State University, studies the processes that create and sustain hurricanes, and explains to Roland Pease why Florence is taking its unusual track to the North and South Carolina coast.
Music Tech Fest in Stockholm
Music Tech Fest is a three-day arts festival and creative space where participants share and "develop new formats of musical performance and expression”. Gareth Mitchell hears from Michela Magas about the highlights, including a musical collaboration with disabled DJ Arthro (Tim Palm).
A 73,000 year old ochre drawing in a cross-hatch design has been discovered in Blombos cave on the southern coast of South Africa. It is now the earliest known human drawing in history. The cross-hatch drawing, found on a flake from a grindstone, pushes drawing, as an indicator of modern human behaviour and cognition, nearly twice as early as previously known. One of the first to explore this cave, Professor Chris Henshilwood, of both the University of Bergen in Norway and Witwatersrand in South Africa, talks to Roland Pease.
Device to Eliminate Tremors
For some people trembling hands make it difficult to eat, drink or write. An engineer from Chile hopes his new invention will help the one in twenty people over the age of 40 whose hands shake because of essential tremor. Jane Chambers reports.
Ken Kocienda spent fifteen years at Apple as part of a creative team making innovative software and is one of the key people behind why the iPhone touchscreen keyboard turned out the way it did, and why Apple’s product culture was so special. He joins Gareth Mitchell and Ghislaine Boddington to discuss his new book, “Creative Selection”.
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