Stanford professor Robert Sapolsky gave the lecture of the course entitled “Human Behavioral Biology” and explains the basic premise of the course and how he aims to avoid categorical thinking.This is a great example of how science should be taught in schools.
More lectures with Professor Sapolsky are available on YouTube.
Robert Maurice Sapolsky (born 1957) is an American scientist and author. He is currently professor of Biological Sciences, Professor of Neurology and Neurological Sciences, Neurosurgery at Stanford University.
Tattooing has been practiced for centuries worldwide. The Ainu, the Indigenous people of Japan, traditionally wore facial tattoos.Tattoos on humans are a type of decorative body modification. Tattooing was widespread among Polynesian peoples and among certain tribal groups in the Taiwan, Philippines, Borneo, Mentawai Islands, Africa, North America, South America, Europe, Japan, Cambodia, New Zealand and Micronesia. Despite some taboos surrounding tattooing, this art continues to be popular in many parts of the world.
Peter Singer, prof. of Bioethics in Princenton University and Eric Schlosser the journalist and author of Fast Food Nation speaks about food affect on animals,how many we kill for food and how affects on us as human beings. For instance we know chicken McNuggets only for 20 years it was invented in 1983. We actually eat a lot of food which we don’t know the side effects and it hasn’t been used in history. Very good conference