I find these videos full of valuable and exciting ideas, I hope you will enjoy them as much as I do.

NonViolent Communication, Marshall Rosenberg

School Bully, Key & Peele

Establishing A Food Forest, presented by Geoff Lanton

Clean, safe, plentiful energy from kites, 2009 (website)

How to grow a forest in your backyard, Shubhendu Sharma

Being Brilliant Every Single Day, Dr. Alan Watkins (and part 2)

How permaculture can save humanity & the earth but not civilisation, Toby Hemenway 2010

Conflict Hotline: Parenting, 2010 (website)

Fat Head, Tom Naugton 2009 (website)

Greening the Desert, The Permaculture Research Institute of Australia 2009 (website)

The Electric Comet | Full Documentary, 2013 (website)

Doundounba à Matam (Conakry) 2004, Almandingo 2004

music for one apartment and six drummers, Ola Simonsson & Johannes Stjärne Nilsson 2001

eEconomics, David Angelo (he cracks me up!)

The Philosophy of Liberty, Ken Schoolland 1992 (animation by Kerry Pearson)

Sowing the Seeds for a more Creative Society, Mitchel Resnick 2007

Revitalisation des sols (in French), Claude Bourguignon 2007

Peter Schiff speech at mortgage bankers convention Nov/06, Peter Schiff 2006

Privatizing Roads, Walter Block 2009

on the Unschooled life, Astra Taylor 2009

Who is Mordechai Vanunu, Nissim Mossek, Sharon Schaveet 2007

A Radical Experiment in Empathy, Sam Richards 2010

Why War is Immoral, Daniel Lakemacher 2009

Critical Thinking, QualiaSoup 2009

Fun to imagine, Richard Feynman 1983

Doing with Images Makes Symbols, Alan Kay 1988

Hyperland, Douglas Adams 1990

The Bottom Line Interviews, Jan Helfeld

Covid: Death Shot Doctors Stand Down, Dr. Sam Bailey

9/11 - September 11, 2001, OCCAM'S RAZOR ON TERROR EVENTS

Who Was Really Behind the 9/11 Attacks?, The Corbett Report 2013

9/11: A Conspiracy Theory, Corbett Report 2011 (only 4:56))

There are many talks I find interesting on the TED Conferences site, such as these: