for anyone who doesn't visit vicus. . .

. . .this
is well worth twenty minutes of your time
and is as good as anything I've read in New Scientist recently
and I thank him for the experience

8 comments:

Mel said...

Wow.

While I've heard her speak before--this was a wonderfully spent 20 minutes of my morning.

Thank you---and thank vicus for me, please.

Vicus Scurra said...

Darling, people who don't visit me are hardly likely to be bright enough to understand that, are they?

I, still, ♥ the views said...

mel it was fascinating - altho I thought she was going to link back to an understanding of her bother's condition after her stroke. . . that would have been interesting (d'ya know, the bit that connects the two hemisperes - the corpus callosum - is bigger in XXs than in XYs: so more information gets sent across each way. . . explains a lot, eh)

vicus I think members of the rabble that gathers here from time to time are game for anything (and they seem to understand what's going on in my head, anyway - that takes some kind of "brightness"!) and how divinely sweet of you to call me "darling"

*mwah mwah*

Gordie said...

Wonderful video. Thank you Vicus

Mel said...

.......ouch.......

*grabs heart*

I'm wounded.











NOT!!!

LOL He's funny....

mig bardsley said...

Wow!
I do like that Dr Jill. (or Gill? But she looks like a Jill to me).
Thank you and Vicus. (I'm not bright enough to spend too much time with these clever people without getting an inferiority complex but I can handle one or two at a time :)

Vicus Scurra said...

Thank you all for your thanks - please tell your friends about her too - (you don't have to link to my blog if you are ashamed (and if you're not maybe you should be)) but can link straight to the youtube page or or at ted.com

I, still, ♥ the views said...

:-)