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Which seems to be putting it a bit strongly considering they’ve become infamous for not airing their scruffier, more outlandish guests. Sure, it’s fine as long as David Blaine explains why he feels the need to waste our time or watching this man talk about the significance of 4am.
So, for your contempt, here are 4 lectures that TED did not feel were ‘free’ or ‘inspiring’ enough for your time.
No 1. – Rupert Sheldrake – The Science Delusion
Rupert Sheldrake talks about the tyranny of materialism and the notion that science, rather paradoxically, has become increasingly incurious, dull and dogmatic.