If you are at all interested in how we observe, question or ponder our reality, give these two talks a second to stimulate that curiosity. They are dense, but full of mental nutrients and a paralleled notion of what is.
Brian Greene: Is our universe the only universe?
Greene, a professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University, has focused on unified theories for more than 25 years, and has written several best-selling and non-technical books on the subject including The Elegant Universe, a Pulitzer finalist, and The Fabric of the Cosmos—each of which has been adapted into a NOVA mini-series. His latest book, The Hidden Reality, explores the possibility that our universe is not the only universe. Link to TED profile
Alan Watts: Not what should be but what is.
“It is not true that you came into this world, you came out of it. In the same way as a flower comes out of a plant or a fruit comes out of a tree…”