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Technology
Space
Nature
Society
Business
History
Wellness
Wildcard
Who would really be naive enough to believe they could summarize human knowledge in just seven simple categories? We can't promise what you'll find here in your weekly Pinch Of Wisdom, but we can promise you'll be kept on your toes. Something to be found for everyone.
This week:
The orchestra in my mouth - Tom Thum (11m 41s)
Pick your topics
Technology
From cryptocurrency to robotics, AI to VR, and cybercrime to drones; technology is a fundamental underlying theme in the world in which we live today. Shaping the world since the invention of the transistor, technology is one of the most rapidly changing fields in the modern era.
This week:
Asymmetric Encryption - Simply Explained (4m 40s)
Space
Since Yuri Gagarin became the first man to enter space in 1961, we've been reaching for the stars. As private companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin join a growing list of countries venturing into orbit and beyond, every launch is an opportunity to learn more about our universe.
This week:
Are We There Yet - How To Survive On Mars (1h 16m)
Nature
Every creature on earth is the culmination of billions of years of evolution, driven by the hand of nature across eons. Here we co-exist with the natural world, both with the creatures, and the processes that power nature itself, on a world with far more mysteries than answers.
This week:
Tiny Bombs in your Blood - The Complement System (8m 39s)
Society
Human interactions are the basis of our reality. Long since the hunter-gather tribe of twenty ruled the plains; we now self-organize into countries, people, and movements. Individually our actions may be minute, but the impact of human decisions can drive the trajectory of our race.
This week:
The 8chan story - destroyer of worlds (18m 3s)
Business
Supply and demand built the world we know today. From countries to entreprenuers, economic forces continue to shape not just our present day, but the future of humanity. In an exponentially connected world, opportunities are rife for growth, and new markets spring into existence with each passing minute.
This week:
Beyond the Opening Bell: What Do IPOs Tell Us about Companies? (6m 14s)
History
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. But what of the past we're yet to discover? Langauge is perhaps the greatest creation of mankind, not because of the ability to describe the world that is, but rather to describe the world that was.
This week:
Feature History - Spanish Civil War (10m 3s)
Wellness
For all the fascinations of the universe, we experience it through one body, and one mind; yet despite this, the mysteries of the human body are in abundance. But we can do far better than blindly stumble through life, hoping that each decision we make will lead to good health.
This week:
How to make stress your friend | Kelly McGonigal (14m 28s)
Wildcard
Who would really be naive enough to believe they could summarize human knowledge in just seven simple categories? We can't promise what you'll find here in your weekly Pinch Of Wisdom, but we can promise you'll be kept on your toes.
This week:
The orchestra in my mouth - Tom Thum (11m 41s)