Originally posted on TED Blog:

TEDx-2.8Each week, TEDx chooses four of our favorite talks, highlighting just a few of the great speakers from the TEDx community and its diverse constellation of ideas worth spreading. Below, give this week’s talks a listen.

What can dolphins teach us? Scott Gass at TEDxOrlando
When one of the youngest dolphins at Sea World invented a new kind of air-bubble to play with, Scott Gass and his colleagues were astounded — and that was before all the adult dolphins joined in on the fun and copied the “ring bubble” technique. Showing an enchanting video of what he calls a “walking-on-the-moon rare” event for dolphins, Gass challenges our notions about the limits of creativity and encourages us to, like his dolphins, be wise enough to learn from the young. (Filmed at TEDxOrlando)

Experiments that can’t be done on earth: Julie Robinson at TEDxNASAJSCWomen
What does a burning candle look like…

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