I See Dead People: Dreams and Visions of the Dying | Dr. Christopher Kerr | TEDxBuffalo

I See Dead People: Dreams and Visions of the Dying | Dr. Christopher Kerr | TEDxBuffalo

Translator: Hélène Vernet Reviewer: Denise RQ I read a recent survey, and the title was, “Survey on American Fears,” and what Americans fear most is public speaking and dying. In other words, my TEDx talk. (Laughter) If that weren’t tough enough, tonight’s topic is illumination, and the question is really: can dying be illuminating? What…

The beautiful reality of autism | Guy Shahar | TEDxWandsworth

Translator: Daniela Claro Reviewer: Leonardo Silva Autism is a lifelong developmental disability where the affected person lacks the natural understanding of how to interact with other people, suffers from various sensory issues around lights and sounds and so on, and is sometimes completely unable to regulate their emotions, amongst the other things. At least, that’s…

The Me You Don’t See | Tiffany Williams | TEDxWashingtonCorrectionsCenterforWomen

The Me You Don’t See | Tiffany Williams | TEDxWashingtonCorrectionsCenterforWomen

Translator: Delia Cohen Reviewer: Ellen Maloney When you imagine what prisoners do in their spare time, I’m sure you’ve seen prison shows that have given you erroneously stereotypical images like: sharpening a shank or brewing some hooch (Laughter) or making a tattoo gun. I doubt you’d imagine what I do in my spare time. And…

The erosion of empathy | Simon Baron Cohen | TEDxHousesofParliament

The erosion of empathy | Simon Baron Cohen | TEDxHousesofParliament

Translator: Johannes Duschner Reviewer: Denise RQ These two Nazi scientists worked at the Dachau Concentration Camp during World War II. They were conducting an experiment to see how long a human being could survive in freezing water. Like good scientists, they took systematic measures including duration until death. Examples of human cruelty of this kind…