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Stuart Firestein

TedTalk on the value of “high quality ignorance”
Ted Talk: The Pursuit of Ignorance
Veritas Forum debate on science, religion and ignorance with Satyan Devadoss
The Amaz!ng Meeting, a leading conference based on scientific skepticism, with Firestein discussing “thoroughly conscious ignorance” (September 13, 2012)
“The Values of Science: Ignorance, Uncertainty and Doubt” – TAM 2012
 Three short videos about about “Ignorance” from an interview produced and edited by Oxford University Press (July 2nd, 2012)
Stuart Firestein’s Favorite Scientists
On Predicting the Future of Science
On the Reliability or Uncertainty of Facts
 BookTV with Firestein as part of the “College Series” (July 9th, 2012)
BookTV: Stuart Firestein, “Ignorance: How it Drives Science”
BigThink Short series on the neurology of taste and smell:
BigThink: The Limits of Our Sense of Smell
Why Some Things Taste Good and Some Things Taste Bad
Unlocking the Mysterious Connection Between Taste, Smell and Memory
From Nose to Brain: The Neurology of Smell
From Tongue to Brain: The Neurology of Taste
The Importance of Olfaction Beyond Smell
The Evolutionary Paradox of Our Sense of Smell
The Difference Between Taste and Flavor
Roundtable discussion with Mark Alford, Deepak Chopra, Stuart Firestein, Stuart Hameroff, and Menas Kafatos
The Nature of Reality