Charlie Munger: The Psychology of Human Misjudgement   An animated video of Mr. Munger speaking about the framework for decision making and the factors contributing to misjudgements.   In 1995, Charlie Munger, American investor, businessman, and philanthropist, gave a speech about how the human mind tricks itself into making poor decisions. This is an abridged and animated version of that speech. Topics Discussed Include: Psychological Denial Agency Cost Consistency & Commitment Tendency Pavlovian Association Reciprocation Tendency Social Proof Contrast-Caused Distortion Over-Influence By Authority Deprival Super-Reaction Syndrome Envy Jealousy Chemical Dependency Misgambling Compulsion Liking Distortion Other Normal Limitations Of Sensation Memory, Cognition [More]
This is the first video in a fairly extensive, amazing, and informative series of short animated stories from Spirit Science. Everything begins with a thought, so this is a perfect place to begin Patchman’s series which touches on many amazing subject, while marrying Spirituality and Science in ways that are easy to understand for pretty much any age. If something doesn’t sit right with you, please don’t dismiss the entire video. I have watched these many times over and although I don’t necessarily agree with every single point presented, I feel these animations are full of incredibly valuable information that is not normally [More]
A short Humanist animation about death, afterlife, and living in the here and now. Written & produced by the British Humanist Association, and narrated by Stephen Fry. Animated by Hyebin Lee. Thank you to Alom Shaha, Craig Duncan, Andrew Copson, and Sara Passmore That’s Humanism logo design by Nick Cousins Find out more about humanist funerals here:…   “I do not fear death. I had been dead for billions and billions of years before I was born, and had not suffered the slightest inconvenience from it.” ― Mark Twain Artwork “Lachrymose Lace 2011”, charcoal & pencil 57×40.2 cms by [More]