Slavoj Žižek considers the pursuit of happiness to be dumb because we don’t really want it anyway.
The conflict between faiths is one good reason to doubt God’s existence.
Henry Rollins talks about how fear of winding up starting in The America drove his to his remarkable career.
Michio Kaku tells the story of one super-scary mistake in physics and reminds us how hard it is to get science right.
Many of our best U.S presidents qualify as psychopaths, while Hitler doesn’t.
Richard Gleick talks about one vital trait geniuses all seem to share.
Ricky Gervais explains how he stopped believing in God and how to be Christian without God or religion.
Michio Kaku suggests that we lack to evolutionary pressure these days to keep evolving in any significant way.
Penn Jillette explains how it’s more respectful to argue than just let anyone believe anything.
Neil deGrasse Tyson explains what’s so completely mind-blowing about the great mind of Sir Isaac Newton.