I watch quite a few TED and TEDx talks and most I never mention anywhere. I think it’s marvelous in the main. Some are BS, some are crazy fabulous, some I begin to watch and click away.
Not this one. Even in spite of the guy who’s greening the world, this has got to be the best TED talk I have ever seen. Perhaps, because it contemplates “greening” human beings in Africa and not just plots of land (though both are imminently important).
“Teach a man to fish….”
I dare you to watch it.
…I dare you to start watching, and then stop. Also, I told all you miserable hand wringing cunts a long time ago that Anarchy Begins at Home.
Here’s a few others videos in my queue, just in case you have idle time.
- Are the 7 Dirty Words Still Dirty on the Internet? Robert Corn-Revere on New Media Censorship
- John Mackey on Whole Foods, Conscious Capitalism, and Life Beyond the Profit Motive
- Jessica Green: Good germs make healthy buildings
Be careful out there. Watch that stuff at your own risk. You are in grave danger of changing your mind on a thing or two, and that’s subversive beyond words.
A final word. I told all you hand wringing morons and cunts a lon