TED Talks with Japanese transcript
Just how small are atoms? Really, really, really small. This fast-paced animation from <a href="http://ed.ted.com">TED-Ed</a> uses metaphors (imagine a blueberry the size of a football stadium!) to give a visceral sense of just how small atoms are. <i>Lesson by Jon Bergmann, animation by Cognitive Media.</i>
At TEDYouth 2011, performance artist Carvens Lissaint shows how to use language, metaphor and imagery to express a powerful idea -- as in this spoken-word performance, a stirring plea to make college education more accessible.
New videography techniques have opened up the oceans' microscopic ecosystem, revealing it to be both mesmerizingly beautiful and astoundingly complex. Explore this hidden world that underpins our own food chain -- in the first-ever TEDTalk given by a fish ...
The Pirate Party fights for transparency, anonymity and sensible copyright laws. At TEDxObserver, Rick Falkvinge explains how he became the leader of Europe’s tech-driven political party, which so far has won 17 seats across national parliaments in Europe. <em>(Filmed at <a href=http://www.ted.com/tedx/events/1865>TEDxObserver</a>.)</em>