The surprising science of happiness

Dan Gilbert, author of “Stumbling on Happiness,” challenges the idea that we’ll be miserable if we don’t get what we want. Our “psychological immune system” lets us feel truly happy even when things don’t go as planned.   Show 3 corrections This talk was presented at an official TED conference, and was featured by our …[continue reading]

Barrie Trower on 5G | The Genocidal Nature of Non-Ionising Radiation

Barrie Trower on 5G | The Genocidal Nature of Non-Ionising Radiation In this essential Exeter Phoenix talk by microwave weaponry expert, Barrie Trower, he diligently exposes the plethora of peer-reviewed empirical studies, which prove that all wireless technology causes non-ionising radiation sickness, which often results in flu-like symptoms and sometimes in death. This video is …[continue reading]

Go ahead, dream about the future

“You don’t predict the future — you imagine the future,” says sci-fi writer Charlie Jane Anders. In a talk that’s part dream, part research-based extrapolation, she takes us on a wild, speculative tour of the delights and challenges the future may hold — and shows how dreaming up weird, futuristic possibilities empowers us to construct …[continue reading]

How you can support farmers in the US

Farmers keep us fed and our economies stable, but in the US they’re retiring faster than they’re being replaced. Take a crash course in agricultural policy with Eric Sannerud to see why this problem can’t be solved by simply buying from your local farmer’s market — and learn how you can use your vote to …[continue reading]

11 questions about the novel coronavirus.

As the threat of COVID-19 continues, infectious disease expert Adam Kucharski answers  key questions about the novel coronavirus, providing necessary perspective on its transmission, how governments have responded and what might need to change about our social behavior to end the pandemic. (This video is excerpted from a 70-minute interview between Kucharski and head of …[continue reading]

Why COVID-19 is hitting us now — and what we’ll learn from it.

Where did the new coronavirus originate, how did it spread so fast — and what’s next? Sharing insights from the outbreak, global health expert and TED Fellow Alanna Shaikh traces the spread of COVID-19, discusses why travel restrictions aren’t effective and highlights the medical changes needed worldwide to prepare for the next pandemic. “We need …[continue reading]

Tech That Could Spell the End of Fossil Fuels

A secret clean energy startup backed by Bill Gates has just gone public with the announcement of its new technology that uses concentrated solar energy to exceed temperatures greater than 1,000 degrees Celsius (1,800 degrees Fahrenheit)—and it could be a game-changer in the fight against the climate crisis. For perspective, that kind of heat is …[continue reading]

Another Bail-In, Another False Flag, A Darker Agenda Smell

By Anna Von Reitz We’ve all heard Bill Gates prattling away about “useless eaters” —- the elderly, the impaired, the bulging Baby Boomer Generation demanding (and owed) expensive health care, the poor, the colored, the people who don’t “fit” his vision of reality.   Does it really surprise us that his Foundation financed the development …[continue reading]


Late last week, the Trump Administration banned air travel between the US and Europe. Over the weekend, the UK and Ireland were added to this list. Public sports events have been cancelled and businesses have been asked to make their employees work from home, when possible. Several states (all notably battleground states for the Trump …[continue reading]