Ben Wattenberg: Hello. I’m Ben Wattenberg. As Richard Weaver once said in his book “Ideas Have Consequences,” ideas have consequences. During this season, other discussion programs look at the major events of the year. Here on “Think Tank,” we want to try something different, to look at the ideas that have been bubbling to the
We all know where babies come from. An egg is fertilized by sperm and the resulting zygote needs to be implanted in a uterus so it can grow and divide. The key here is the union of the gametes: sperm and egg. This means same-sex partners, or partners who are unable to provide gametes themselves,
when I was a student and I was interested in international radiology I had a quite strange feeling because at that time no student program existed what we want to do is we want to popularize interventional radiology and bring more students in contact with IR CIRSE is known for having a fantastic student program
Bad news for all of us insomniacs out here, but as we do more research into the brain, we’re increasingly realizing that sleep is one of the most essential things we need to be functioning, healthy human beings. And new research looks into how sleep helps us maintain clean brains, but what does that mean?
Michael: We’re here today with Sue Desmond-Hellmann, CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Thank you very much for being with us today here at AEI. Sue: Sure. Glad to be here. Michael: You’ve done quite a bit. You had a public event this morning with Arthur Brooks, and I think you just finished
The water cycle Woow woow Takes the water and moves it Up and and down and All around the earth! The evaporation comes when the heat from the sun warms up all the ground water then it turns to water vapor condensation takes over it goes up to the clouds water vapor cools down and
Hi I’m John Green. Welcome to my salon. This is Mental Floss on YouTube and did you know that in 2010, a researcher trained pigeons to tell the difference between “good” and “bad” paintings by children? The pigeons were positively reinforced when they pecked at good paintings. And after a while, they were able to
Translator: Queenie Lee Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Ten, nine, eight, seven – pressures are good – six, five, four, three – valve timing nominal – two, one, we’re good to go; lift off! 5,000 miles, no excessive vibrations. 10,000 miles, temperatures are good. 15,000 miles, 17,000 miles – yes, we are in outer space!