Jason Harte

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Jason Harte
Posted about 1 year ago
Thandie Newton: Embracing otherness, embracing myself
Beautiful mind, i am sorry to think thins, but it will take a million more people to speak out in this way in order to grip the attention to the majority, and this woman is one in a million, very eloquent and descriptive. loved the talk and could not agree more on every level
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Jason Harte
Posted over 1 year ago
Sue Austin: Deep sea diving ... in a wheelchair
I love ted, every day I feel like I’m surrounded by people that only see hurdles and problems with no solutions. I always feel like that people only ever see one side of a two sided coin but ever since I have discovered this website I have been getting up an hour early every day so I can spend time learning and listening to amazing people like Sue Austin. Thank you Sue, a truly inspirational woman.
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Jason Harte
Posted over 1 year ago
The common misunderstanding between common knowledge and common sense
I agree part way, however your first explanation i feel is wrong because the person who takes road B might not have the experiences or knowledge of how treacherous an unfinished road will be, however they will lack common sense if they do not learn from their mistake. This is why i believe that common sense is your ability to take what you have learnt and apply it to differnet tasks, and is not the lack of other peoples knowledge. Hence my reason for disliking the term. The term common sense to me suggests what you have said and this is why i think people are grossly misunderstood.
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Jason Harte
Posted over 1 year ago
Boaz Almog: The levitating superconductor
If you did what you said and if you had two magnets made from a coil and iron, then increased the magnetic field on one of the magnets. would this create a lift and in turn a thrust.. i dont know if im right.