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The episode was so bad and the quality of the speech was so low, the speaker was not focused at all and it gave you vertigo on was she was talking
I’m not sure if Ted Talk just means an opinion of someone ‘qualified’ but the content here is not researched and based on opinions and insufficient material to the title itself. I listened to a talk on why there’s no Native American restaurants, his speech covered: because the government ‘white-washed’ the Indians. I’m sure there have been processes like this in the past to convert Natives to their colonizers standard of life but this doesn’t answer the question. There are still lots of Native A... more
Just listened to to podcast on the nature of objective reality and the "pluralverse". What utter, utter garbage 🤣. more
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TED Talks Society and Culture launched 12 years ago and published 169 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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