Historian David Christian offers an entire history of the world and its complexities in this universe history keynote. Beginning with the birth of the universe 13.7 billion years ago, Christian's speech features fascinating and simple explanations, as well as wonderful visuals and graphics for the audience.
Christian introduces the concept of collective learning, which he believes is responsible for the complexities that exist today. Because of humans' ability to communicate with one another using language, they are able to store information and pass it along. Collective learning is exclusive to the human species. While collective learning has resulted in the creation of staggeringly remarkable things, it leaves the planet in much more fragile and vulnerable conditions.
Christian's universe history keynote not only provides an accessible set of facts about the world, but it also demonstrates how humans today have to be more responsible than ever.
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