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PictureJan 2006

Hunt for bin Laden

Experts provide valuable intelligence

VideoMar 2009

Caroline, a smart Giant Pacific Octopus

Jorge Ribas visits her at the Smithsonian's National Zoo

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VideoMar 2011

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Maybe we're not as smart as we think we are

Humans and chimpanzees share 99% identical DNA. That makes us drooling blithering idiots.

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VideoMar 2010

Fora TV - Are smart phones making us less smart?

'Father of the Internet' Vint Cerf argues that smart phones and other mobile technology will not make people less intelligent. Computer scientist Vint Cerf is Google's chief internet evangelist and has held many prestigious positions and awards in his career so far.

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VideoMar 2011

How come some people are very smart but also extremely religious?

A great question for an equally baffled Richard Dawkins. An intelligent reply if not conclusive.

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VideoApr 2014

Big Think - Michio Kaku's theory of consciousness

(4:46) Physicist Michio Kaku explains consciousness from the point of view of a physicist.

VideoMay 2009

Capuchin monkeys co-operate for hazelnuts

Vulcan and Virgil work together to solve a problem

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VideoJul 2011

Who is more intelligent, liberal atheist or religious conservative?

A study in 2010 by Professor Satoshi Kanazawa at the London School of Economics, published a paper in peer-reviewed scientific journal 'Social Psychology Quarterly', claiming that liberal atheists were more intelligent than religious conservatives. Of course, it's not quite that simple. The next video is a comment by The Young Turks on the same paper. More info: http://tinyurl.com/y9racoq

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VideoAug 2010

Can chimps cooperate?

Researchers test whether chimps understand cooperation can help themselves. From National Geographic's 'Ape Genius' documentary.

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VideoDec 2010

Dolphins in the looking glass

Scientists studying dolphins say there's a lot more to these big-brained mammals than you might think. CNN's Randi Kaye goes down in an underwater lab to see how dolphins see themselves in a mirror.

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