Peter's talk is from a TED Conference (ted.com/talks/peter_doolittle_how_your_working_memory_makes_sense_of_the_world.html). It's a marvelous presentation of streaming life constantly observed through our senses and how we can make sense of it through the experience and incorporating it into our everyday memory. But what happens when what you are seeing goes beyond yours or anyone's experience? When the unseen becomes visible. Is that not happening now? Everyday we peer into the blackness of space thinking its empty and now finding its not. Or, we peer into a drop of water and find such elegant structures and mechanics. That's what the Apostle John saw in the vision. Enjoy Peter's talk.
From TED.COM. Wolves were once native to the US' Yellowstone National Park -- until hunting wiped them out. But when, in 1995, the wolves began to come back (thanks to an aggressive management program), something interesting happened: the rest of the park began to find a new, more healthful balance. In a bold thought experiment, George Monbiot imagines a wilder world in which humans work to restore the complex, lost natural food chains that once surrounded us.