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Guinness world record for IQ per square meter
not even true tho
So well said..
@აბი გლუკოზა what a racist comment!
Why do you assume a high IQ corresponds to a noble prize? There are a lot of preliminary factors which constitute to being a recipient of the award. Your focus should not be on IQ, yet you came in with those preconceived notions before watching the video and left with nothing. Tell me what you learned from this video that you didn’t already know? You get a bigger kick from watching a TED talk
It was sort of gratifying to hear how the one Nobel laureate went after love, flunked MIT, and still achieved this great thing…
That was his entertaining anecdote. Not how he won his Nobel prize.
Great minds! Refreshing and educating to hear from some of the brilliant minds of our time.
Quality education, Ethnic Business Model, Accurate Storytelling, Acceptance of failure rate and loving your craftsmanship. Wonderful takeaway from the dedicated well seasoned certified learners.
The amount of respect that every scientist is giving to each other while speaking is amazing we don't see that often.
Well 2 things, It's called the Nobel prize, a prize for those that have contributed to society, so they should be "nice". Second of all, many scientist work to disprove and discredit other scientists. Hook and Newton were bitter rivals, Einstein had many opposition that wanted to prove him wrong. Sometimes out of pettiness.
@Ja Elon Musk 🔥
That's what a decent human being is, nothing to do with being a scientist.
I think its less about respect and more about high iq they stop listen an think about what is being said and what they are going to say thats the reason for the pause
@joel arnold ngassa are you saying people didnt use to interupt eachother?
I find it really interesting and encouraging that much of their work is built on the products of work from some of the others at the table. The power of supportive community.
I really enjoyed every minute of this video ❤
This needs to be more popular, generation inspiration.
22:33 the fact that this is such a common, profound narrative, even in the realms of scientists (as rational and objective as it gets) is nothing less than beautiful. Granting people the opportunity to follow what they love and support them in that is invaluable
Despite the host trying to interrupt every 5 seconds
Wow, amazing line right there!
Its so satisfying to see, how they don't interrupt each other. Its such harmonious conversation.That shows, how smart people have a conversation. Compare this to politics.
I compared it to US presidential debate )
They are rational.
Unlike the presidential election of 2020
context... politicians are smart too.. their jobs require that they become loud, dirty ,conniving and very violent if need be... your comparison is outright unfair
@Ludwig Vonn "it's not about them being smart, its them just being old" uhhh have you seen our politicians
I think having too many people on a table is a bad idea. IMO, the ideal number would be 4 people. Because1. All of them can be interviewed properly and individually2. All of them can interact with eachother3. If it is a podcast type theme, then they can talk for as long as they want without worrying about the time.4. Given the 3rd point, it will be appropriate to do that only in case if there was no live audience. Live audience really messes up the relaxing talk that everybody wanted to have and see. It's so messy, that even confident professionals like actors get nervous, like in theatres.5. And finally, the host won't look bad at all for interrupting and can ask as many insightful questions as they like.
There’s so much respect towards writer Kazuo Ishiguro from the scientists that you rarely see in the real world. I hope one day liberal-fine arts can co-exist peacefully with STEM, instead of people arguing about which one’s more difficult or which one’s more profound. It’s clear that fine-arts has a gift of “nudging” society that through films and music, and vice versa. Interstellar is a great example of that. Kip Thorne and Ishiguro should work on a film together. Would love to see that.
I need more of this
"We are the beneficiaries of also a lot of luck, as well as hard work and perhaps a tiny bit of talent." That humility hit me differently.
Yes and it is true, in my opinion.
Learning others language as adult remains one of the most challenging thing of all time
Can’t help but feel sorry for the host. The format of this was basically attempting to individually interview the 15 or so Nobel winners with a very harsh time constraint that left no room for the interaction between them that everyone wanted to see. It meant she constantly had to cut off and interrupt them, making her look like a terrible interviewer.
Thank you for this perspective. I hadn’t considered this, and figured it was a fault of her own that she was constantly interrupting
Why she even there anyway. I just want to listen to these geniuses
I think these type of people don’t need a moderator to create a super interesting conversation. Every single bright spot of natural conversation was cut by her giving to the public a very unpleasant feeling.
they organized this very poorly, 15 great minds squished into a 45 minute video. doesn’t make sense
Yeah, you can tell that they wanted to dive into certain topics but this table would be having conversations for hours on certain topics
The world needs more round tables like this, for inspiration and insight alone. Thank you!!
Any one commenting on the necessity of the host is missing a great gift. She is a wonderful bridge for people who have the same thoughts and question. If she wasn't present I doubt much of the viewership, myself included, would be able to follow a discussion between these incredibly intelligent beings. She makes it much or accessible to me. Also when she was correct - how many people do you think had the same thought about teaching through gambling? Not only was she corrected - so were all the people with the same thought. Also when they focused on failure and were corrected, or rather, nudged to focus on having fun - everyone who glorifies failure were nudged at the same time. She played an important roll.
I like the importance they give to their own work. They don’t wave it around the room as the greatest thing to ever happen to mankind, yet they are proud of it, and treat it with the respect. It must be such a great feeling to be in that room with great minds exchanging their knowledge.
Whole video is wonderful. The insights and Q&As are absolutely amazing. Minute 22 stood out to me. Rosbash and Weiss passionately present the key to it all; love for the work itself, independent of awards and recognition... Hell Yes
This should have been longer
17:43 “we are physicists, we worked in biology and we get the Nobel Prize in Chemistry” 😅👏🏿
Amazing host, to be able to hold an audience with people of such tremendous IQ while respecting the time given to each individual in such a short time. Hat's off to her. And to all these gentlemen! We should conduct such meetings more often so that society can progress!
It‘s insane how healthy they all look
Wow. Such profound insights with experiential foundation. Each person has shared something of great great importance. Thank you for arranging. I really wish they were not so rushed, but even being rushed, for such great gems to be given. So precious. I really hope we can each explore these in our own lives.🌹🙏🌼
I enjoyed a lot and learned so much on their round-table discussion. Both noble and Nobel minds in their respective sphere of science and arts and each one is representative of mankind's vast and excellent potentialities and communicating a universal common theme: focusing the mind with the passion to discover, to learn, to use new or old knowledge to improve human life. That's an attempt on my part to articulate their collective passion and energy as they share their thoughts and ideas. Thank you.
So many great things to take away from this talk. Absolutely Brilliant! 👏
I’ve watched every year’s nobel minds but most people agree the 2017 conversation is the most interesting authentic, insightful.
just observe the amount of humbleness in these giants. It's insane man!!
"If you write a novel and it´s read by a hundred readers, you´re really writing a hundred novels" - beautifully put! 27:28
@Devenche Frett nah you’re clearly not bright enough to understand what he means...
Except writing 100 novels takes a 100 times more time and effort. You still just wrote 1 novel. Whoever said that must be so dumb.
@majoman yeah but we are talking about the writing not the reading ... beacuse if we quantify the diferent readers perception on a same book, than by that logic does it means that if he wrote 100 book but they are read by only one person, it means that he wrote only one book? Or does it means that if he writes one book and is read only by one person but three times and every time he percived the book diferently, does this means that he wrote three books? (Sorry about my english i hope that is clear enough what i try to say🙂)
Wwwwweeeeeeeelllllll are you? You wrote 1 but they could be reading 100 different novels, but you only wrote the 1
@second account Yes, but it's one novel interpreted differently by hundreds of people which will make it different and unique to each different person. I don't think the quote is supposed to be taken literally.
Certainly Zainab has done her homework. Amazing discussions accompanied by huge respect for each other. A great lesson for our politicians!
This in a long form discussion would be some of the most influential material ever produced, such a shame they limit the conversation so much
If it could go for forever and forever. This conversation is like symphony to me.
Gotta say as someone with a PhD I would've been tongue tight hosting a panel of Nobel winners so kudos to the host for doing a brilliant job!
Reasons been she’s not a science geek 😂 and science is not her field
I once met a Nobel, Albert Fert. He asked me what I studied, I said: "Aerospace Engineering", he was not impressed. A charmful experience.
Why he would?
@kleinbogen omg ! Well said
@Evett Walsh surely not us Muslims cause it was Us who invented all pillars of modern sciences in time when Europe burned people of other faith than them in public places ... If u r a learned person u'll understand if not ,too bad !
I talked to Nobel laureate of Physics (online) Brian Josephson once, about Whitehead, Bergson, and Process Metaphysics.Interesting chap; independence of thought.He takes seriously parapsychological phenomena, and it is interesting. Sometimes he's on Closer to Truth.He said "I've not made a great study of it, but I heard a lot to be said in its favour"-- he said to me. I'm sure by now he's made a greater study of them.
Anyone catch Kip Thorne as one of the minds that helped give us the spectacular images from Interstellar. A great man indeed!
Kip Thorne was one of the executive producer of Interstellar, no way!! That's my favorite movie. Mathew McConaughey great actor, Hans Zimmer a brilliant composer and Christopher Nolan an amazing movie producer. Beautiful! 4 Amazing people working in harmony to produce a movie about love that transcends time and space.
This should be a series ❤️ such great insights into what humanity is doing apart from wasting time partying.
Truly inspirational, One such moment I want to share.When this chemistry teacher mr walter white won a nobal price he put it beautifully, he said and I quote "I liked it I was good at it, I felt alive" ❤️
22:39 - 23:38 -- This statement said by Rainer Weiss got me at the heart. His small speech on dedicating your life to something shouldn't be for an award or recognition, but for the sheer pleasure of working on it or better yet "having fun with it". Although not important, the recognition follows later for others that see your vision as you saw it when you first started working on your pursuit. It's almost as if it came out of a movie script about brilliant intellectuals coinciding their ideas. EXCEPT IT'S REAL!
I think its funny he referred to having fun and loving what you do as a “profound” statement. It’s really trite.
@dad you know these people almost dedicated their whole lives to their pursuit. Not even passion. Weiss is 84 in 2017. And the host talks about success and failures, talks about the idea of comparing some people to other people...it already pissed a normal guy like me a lot. You don't have to be a Nobel prize winner scientist to understand that your life's meaning doesn't have anything to do with the "external", let alone talking to these guys...
@4am Curiosity exactly, although I have defended the host but that occasion looked really bad on her...you don't cut any of them off!! Nevertheless he destroyed her😂
Ever read the bhagavad gita? This was said thousands of years ago by Krishna to Arjuna.
22:25 absolutely golden. Rainer Weiss basically trying to say: "You, stop twisting words and listen"
Also the point he made was so cliche 😂, have fun and love what you do!
@Aidan Barrera III yeah but the problem is that she wasn’t listen, she was just waiting her turn to speak and talk about the problems they had, so Rainer had to intervine and remember what he said was really beautiful and not just to throw it away through the the air like that
@Suirp fr bro i was waiting to hear what she was going to finish up with, the guys approach was wrong he tells her to shush but when she says something he says be quiet listen hes doing the same thing back to her..
@JR 22 We do not care, she had a good message and wasn't twisting anything.
Best interviewer ive seen. Like BBC question time
It was great. Together many talents, who are the winners of the world's most talked about and demanded Nobel Prize. Which almost many aspire to. May the Creator accept all the prayers.
Damn, whenever I see kip Thorne I just feel that lucky I am to live at the same time with Kip Thorne. One of the greatest scientists ever.
Not surprisingly, while all are certainly knowledgeable and geniuses in their respective field, the Literature laureate stands out as the most insightful and enlightened. The power of the arts.
Jeffrey Hall's demeanor is like a poker player in WSOP, so chill and laid back, really curious on his perspective in life after all of his accomplishments.
This conversation is way too short. Love to hear these people talk. There's so much potential for great discussion and dumbed down insight for all of us but no time to go there. Imagine if you could let these people talk for a couple of hours. Would be priceless.
There is a reason for that. Our political leaders can't let smart people talk about anything.
8 min through , and I still don't see how mind blowing this session is gonna be
The Hollywood Reporter has the roundtable full with actors, directors, etc. Those were entertaining. But Nobel Prize has a roundtable with Nobel Laureates? Beyond amazing. I hope this continues in perpetuity.
@Zaki Bougdim I think she was fine.
Perpetuity? Wow - you should be on the table with these guys with a vocabulary like that.
I don't understand why they can't get hosts that match the level of the people gathered around the table .
I have a feeling they all had the actual round table after this event wrapped up, where no one would interrupt them.
The control over their mouth having so much to say is impressive
it nice to see cheerfulness and joy in the faces and speech of all these highly intellectual people inspite their age
Wow this is great. This should be done more often.
THIS IS SO COOL
@Syed Saleem you're cool for finding him cool for finding him cool for finding her cool for finding this cool
@Syed Saleem you’re cool for finding @anthony cool and him finding @KGuiste1 cool who found her cool
@Anthony you're cool for finding @KGuiste1 cool for finding her Cool for Finding this Cool
@Asad Shaykh You're cool for finding her cool for finding this cool!
It is true indeed ''Knowledge is power , Wisdom is priceless and Simplicity is greatness'' nations do make their own choicess and they have no right to put the blame on anyone else
21:25-23:40 was so inspiring 👏🏼🌍
The host knows enough about each individual that she knew who to invite into each discussion. She controlled the conversation. What bothers me and I think the majority of viewers is that we would be interested more to see naturally unprompted interactions between the minds of this panel. Intelligent people hardly stay silent on a topic. In fact they may have decided the topic if left alone long enough and we just need to sit down and learn from how they reason even the simplest issues. I didn't see her raise matters so pressing that we needed a host. I more saw her trying to narrate the conversation and in doing so she sometimes cut off and insulted the speakers. Cudos to her on how educated she was on each of them. I must say. However this conversation was not to be moderated.
I can’t believe that THESE MINDS weren’t giver the freedom to have an open conversation. Having such great minds together on a table and openly conversing should be open to the public more often!
I have the same opinion about the open conversation format.
All so calm and soft spoken. You can just hear the wisdom when they speak.
She did a great job hosting and i could just listen to what everyone have to say for hours on end
It’s good to have this sort of forum, but the prize doesn’t often go to the ones who truly deserve it
Please make these conversations longer perhaps 3 hours, tackle societal issues in context with the present and the future. Let's hear sector recommendations from the great minds with reference to their specific fields.
Legends on one table ✌️
What surprises me most was the amount of energy and comments by noticing the faults, and propelling on the idea of certain imperfection of this session over the profound topics and great minds exchanging within this short 45 mins talk. I would say, if you agree the topics heard are of significance and most of you agree, no doubt, then let's do something about it. In order to contribute constructively to the conversation, I'd like to encourage the following discussion:1. How might we teach maths in an interesting and applicable way? (10.33 to 11.18)2. Expect failure 99%, you can only pursue something if you are truly having fun. And with luck, that 1% you might succeed. In spite of its treacherous journey, the joy of doing, the joy of pushing further, the joy of exploration is what needs to be understood, for all fields and of life. (20.07- 23.32)3. The importance of writing (for scientist and beyond) even if you aren't in the Arts (29.25)4. With the new discovery, science breakthrough and thought-provoking work, how can our society benefits from it? (25.40)5. The necessary education of science, how to go about teaching these topics, how best to expose kids and the general public the importance of science and math, and having higher literacy and comprehension of the subject. (35.25 to 39.11, 40.19 to 41.14 )6. "We have forums but media chop everything in the piece, people are incapable of getting coherence stories". 39.487. Journalism is broken. People care more about eyeballs and click rates over the accuracy of information - (41.33)No doubt there might be negative feedback or voices of opposition, we are all entitled to our own opinions, if we spent our time listening to this, over something else we could have done, then it would be a dis-service to ourselves not to talk about some of the ideas and thoughts within this video. Here or somewhere else, or even just a dialogue within yourself.
Love u to the moon
@Fun with CFS daym
My question is: if black holes are holes *in* space-time, and the collision between two black holes *created* space-time, what were the holes "in" before the existence of space-time itself?
Well put Cat. Thanks for your input.
1. I believe gamification can be a first step. 4. I believe that entrepreneurs and governments will always benefit from the discoveries. Because at the end of the day, they create the products that end up reaching the broader society.5. Make it cool. This will take some work, but someone has to do it. There's a reason why topics like global warming and other related topics don't get "hype", for lack of a better word. The reason in my opinion is that; the scientists that present these discoveries and "warnings" fail to deliver the message in a fun, less monotonous way...
I just don't understand why people dislike such a great video.
Love discussion groups like this. I don't always understand what's being said but I feel twice as intelligent just soaking it in....lol.
“If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants,” Newton. Thank you Nobels Minds.
Love seeing the elderly sharing knowledge 👏
This should be hosted by Joe Rogan. What an epic conversation we would have. Nobel Prize, please make it happen! We need to hear out these guys!!
32:33 I can imagine him having wanted to be a writer when young. Love all he utters.
"Better education is the bottom line". Well said.
So intelligent! Fantastic episode with insightful information
Imagine a live stream of this round table without a host and without a time limit.
OMG. Kazuo Ishiguro's face when she said, " I hope you all enjoyed it!" in the end. The irony!!! :-D when he's actually talking about media putting too much emphasis on entertainment. Man!!!....i cracked up so bad. Also That comment, "So you want kids to become gamblers?" The difference between a noble prize winner and a common person - jumping into conclusions.
Wow so many intellectual minds in one room. The feat of winning a Nobel in this time one is truly on the peak his field. I usually do not watch such videos, I guess after much Ted talks Clip-Share directed me here ( good job youtube). I like how the interviewer started of with asking about irrationality, brilliantly started, I believe the distinction rational and irrationality be the same side of a coin especially looking at all the scientific breakthroughs throughout the years. The discoveries of the microwaves from outer space for example by two students who were jockeying around with their computer. Also the comments from the guy who won the Nobel prize for behavioral economics. My God the concept of a ‘nudge’ explained perfectly well and simple. These scientist truly adhere to Albert Einstein’s quote ,if you can’t teach it to a six year old you simply do not know it well enough, the novel for letter attire als explained the power of arts and literature and how valuable it is in understanding one another.books like Lord of the flies and twelve years a slave make his statement heavily agreeable. I finally all go to hear from the scientist who helped make one I my favorite movie interstellar a truly amazing and kind blowing experience Dr. Thorne. His like science faction. ( insert nod heads). The coolest one among them was in my opinion dr. Weiss. The man was just a good orator. He should be on a TED talk. Great video, they should have more open discussions next time divided into parts such as a bit of humanities, present world issues, education, how to expand human growth and prosperity in society etc
I hope it was the intern that put the microphone on the ties. Besides that, it gives you goosebumps this kind of talks with incredible, talented and smart people
So inspiring, I take the idea of improving the communication, illustration, of ideas.
I would have loved this more without a host interfering. Just noble minds discussing ideas and letting the flow take in.
Wish I could give this video a million likes over and over and over again 🙂
Just getting addicted to the show now after watching 2020 & 2017. I'm gonna watch all of them i find.
So I'm 3 minutes in, and I'm already under the impression that the host is trying to wrap things up.
She actually does this all the time! Watch her interview with Trevor Noah! She interrupts every second she gets
@J Espinola So it's her fault that she is there.
@Mezie Osuorah What don’t y’all get about the fact there is a time limit to how much they can speak? Smfh forreal
Being intelligent doesn’t mean u have to be boring , I’m happy that the new generation coming up are my down to earth as far as just being themselves not trynna be to smartest all the time that just them being them not forcing the intelligent look
I know they have a limited amount of time, and it must be ground to host an event like this with such incredible minds, but she wasn't a good interviewer at all. She always said "all right" and wanted to intervene all the time. For me, it wasn't so enjoyable because of the host.
Very great, very compact and precious mindset. 30:08 was just telling what will happen 3-4 years later today. Brilliant!! And the expression of everybody after is just like smelling the coffee
We need more of these discussions
One of the coolest discussion ever seen.
Hey Nobel Prize, please continue to upload videos like this as it serves as a bridge to greater global insights.
This should have been a two hour conversation and without a host.
Give me an 8-episode series with each episode at an hour, and I’d binge it all.
The host... is yeah should not be there
literally thinking the exact same thing bro
How would you get introverted scientists to talk to each other ?
totally agree the host makes it diffcult for them to clearify their point and their perception of science and the world as whole not only in one perspective
How great I find this discussion of great minds of our time. This is called talk of real intellectuals proving each branch of knowledge discovering a portion of bigger truth
It's interesting how these scientists can explain such complicated works in simple terms. I think it's a great sign of understanding to explain a complex topic simply, and often people who don't understand things explain them in a complicated way to sound smart. Just look at how most politicians talk, pretty much the opposite of this.
As, Einstein once said," if you can explain it simply you haven't understood it well enough".
God bless and keep you all and more of us to come. Astounding!
I learned more in an hour, than in a semester of college.
Yeah this over two semester lecture
Such a marvel watching these brilliant people exchange ideas. Props to the interviewer for doing such a great job.
A round table of greatest minds.
First time the Clip-Share's algo recommends me something rational and passionately profound. I´ve really loved the discussion level.
Such a pity that very few women have won NP so far. I really hope to see a change in the coming decades!!!
Interviewer did a great job with the time she was allotted and the job she was given. Being able to have that many people contribute in 40 minutes substantively to a range of topics in keeping with their differing areas of expertise was well achieved. She did cut the literature laureate off twice that I noticed. However she circled back and allowed him continue to speak to the topic under discussion. The second time was to end the program. I did hear her cutoff one other person to her right and was trying to clarify the point of her question that the laureate lost his cool and took exception to. That's a reflection on him not her. She finally caught on that there was no point in clarifying let him finish and had the good sense to take his outburst gracefully and move on. There was another gentleman to her left whom she brought into the conversation on literature and writing who obviously found being asked a question about that interesting but had the good graces to smile acknowledge why she was doing that, but also responded to the question gracefully. She did a great job! She gave everyone an opportunity to contribute despite the number of people and time constraints. She also raised interesting topics in which to engage these disparate disciplines sitting at the same table (5 disciplines).
This is quite interesting! More videos like this! BUT with a less interruptive host. 🤞🏼
Quote : i don't want to be famous i just want to be effective . and that's what i learned from here .It's really a shame that remarkable conversations like these have so less views. Even though it's not necessary that it gets 100 million views even if a single viewer today gets inspired today from this and recognizes his passion (particularly in science )who would contribute in future. That's enough to give this their meaning 🙄....
The modern Round Table. This is absolutely very FASCINATING!