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Thinking of questions which have no answer [Mindstorm]
posted February 28 2013 21:18.49 by Giorgos Lazaridis




There are many question that no one on Earth can answer, and some of them may never get an answer, like, is there a god? Or, how is it to be an animal? In the following video, Chris Anderson share his thinking for two seemingly impossible to answer questions: How many universes are there and why can't we see evidence of life.



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