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Although this is a great video, I did not agree with your final point. I’ve been taught to combine the three topics into the thesis statement, to make them into a single idea. If all three ideas are explicitly told one-after-the-other after the thesis, then it seems as if the writer can think of no better way to end the paragraph than to list what comes next. Otherwise, this was a very informative video. Well done.

The heavy elements in each of our bodies were all born in the explosion of the same star. Every atom in the universe is connected to one another and the universe is self-aware. But we are all borne of the same star, there is no difference between us. We are atoms. We are the same. There is only the illusion of separateness. We are one. Many atoms sharing the same vibration, created by the universe to observe itself and give it meaning. So be nice to one another while we’re here. That’s the meaning of life, for me.

God bless you

Does the “Hover Plate” work?

People will disagree but he’s really unique and low key a genius imo

“Wanna go eat.”

Wrong: I’m Latin, and 100 Years of Solitude was one of the worst novels I had ever read. 1/10.

I’d like to know how they are measuring utility or “happiness” in studies such as Gilbert’s. It seems that there is no uncontroversial definition of or way to measure happiness–especially comparatively between persons.

Great content Keep up the good work

There is no rule without an exception. 😉

Little in ferno is my fav game I have played it through 17 times

Gimme a ride and don’t leave me.

We do not inherit the plant from our parents, we borrow it from our children.

In what way is objectification different from specialization?

I think you are essentially describing two different ways to measure something…

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