1. Michio Kaku & Robots
Let me introduce you to American physicist, Dr. Michio Kaku. Dr. Kaku works in the field of theoretical physics, just as Einstein, and he has devoted much of his time to think about how things will be different for us in the future. If you’re interested you can visit his website:
Is it possible to visit the past?
Look at the image below. What do you think it could be?
Have you ever wondered why some people succeed in life while others don’t? What paths can lead you to success?
We will try to explore whether success in life is one of our goals and how we can make them come true.
Who should you listened to and get advice from? Who can give you the help, advice and the emotional support you need in achieving your goals?
Is it possible to persuade someone to do things they wouldn’t ever have dreamt of? Do we know what reasons make us do what we do?
This is exactly the question a programme from the BBC, The People Watchers, tries to answer.
How you ever wondered how much human communication has changed since the development of language?
In this post we are going to explore some of the inventions and discoveries that have had an impact on the way people exchange their ideas.
On Monday 21st November we attended a talk about refugees by Joan Reventós, coordinator of the Catalan Comitee of UNHCR (ACNUR in Spanish).
Have you ever wondered how important is having people who love and support you? We are going to explore the world of social relations and try to understand why we need people around.
Let’s start by watching a short film:
Could you think of a title for the film?
What does the film show?
Is there anything wrong with him?
How do you think the young man feels?