When ideas have sex | Matt Ridley
At TEDGlobal 2010, author Matt Ridley shows how, throughout history, the engine of human progress has been the meeting and mating of ideas to make new ideas. It’s not important how clever individuals are, he says; what really matters is how smart the collective brain is.
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A TED Talk that shows the wonders of the free market. Now I have seen everything…
Tribe of mentors by Tim Ferriss brought me here.
One of the best TED talks
من فـضـــل الله عليه الحمدالله رب الــعالمين , هناك حلول لمن يعانون من صغر حجم الذكر الخاص بهم،الفضل بــيد الله يؤتيـــه من يـشاء الــطب الحــديث توصلنا لعـلاج القــذف السـريع و عـلاج ضـعف الإنتصــاب تواصل معانا اعبر الوتساب 💪
من فـضـــل الله عليه الحمدالله رب العــالمين , هناك حلول لمن يعانون من صغر حجم الذكر الخاص بهم،الفضل بيد الله يؤتــيــه من يـشاء الــطب الحديــث توصلنا لعـلاج القـذف السريع و عـلاج ضعف الإنتصاب تواصل معانا اعبر الوتساب 💪
من فـضـــل الله عليه الحـمـدالله رب العــالمين , هناك حلول لمن يعانون من صغر حجم الذكر الخاص بهم،الفضـــل بيد الله يؤتيه من يــشاء الــطب الحديث توصـلنا لعلاج القــذف السـريع و عـــلاج ضــعف الإنتصاب تواصل معانا اعبر الوتساب ☎♞
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Greetings from Mexico Dr. Ridley, this talk will be seen by my trade law students tomorrow in class, thanks!!
0:45: not yet!
Incredible thought on idea..
I love it..
FEE (foundation for economic education) brought me here
No one knows how to make a computer mouse or a pencil?! That sounds like a challenge to take on!
5:54 Pick up artist spotted with goatee. He looks so amazed at what he is hearing.
In case of people In tasmania, 4000 people were specialized and therefore, when seperated by waters they went extinct. Mr Bucky says the specialization is unnatural. Think of human child, they are curious about everything. They want to learn everything. Like Matt Ridley example Ants have colonies and they specialize. Humans are comprehensive intellects. We should think interms of whole not be specific. This is what nature demands from us.
This is poetry. Matt is truly able to peel back the layers of onion and tell us what it looks like from the inside. Wonderful correct questions within observations without boastful conclusions. A true window into the Human collective mind.
The cameraman at the back is irritating.
Brilliant idea that rings a lot of bells, that i have heard from a lot of people from all walks of life.
Prosperity isn't saving time, its when a society flourishes, when people have things to do and lives to live and everyone has a degree of satisfaction with how everything is going– time saving technology is nice to have but prosperity is more than that.
jamil 18 jaar
love this talk..
"Not interested in IQ" This is the standard response of modern anthropologist today. The standard response used to be "there is no difference between group IQs." But that was proved wrong, so they had to find some other way to dismiss the question, and they chose to justify avoiding it. So we have intelligent, curious people who want to know literally everything about everything… but are suddenly "not interested" in IQ. Strange, isn't it?
But his justification is wrong, also. He said, "[What's important is] not how clever the individuals are." Just a few seconds before, however, he defined IQ as the 'differences between groups'. And that's exactly what is relevant. I agree it's not (so much) how clever individuals are, but how clever the group is. How well they communicate, and how well they cooperate, is part and parcel of this "cleverness". The portrait of a group, and its success, is the sum of the layers of intelligence, personality, and many different mental traits that, at some points in their definitions, overlap.
Tl;dr Great talk, but he is just another politically correct academic who is lying to himself and others on the issue of intra-genus group differences.
Wow, simply amazing….and hard to believe that his guy is even a Brit.
sometimes in life things don't work the way it been plan…
what a friend we have i