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The Most Astounding Fact - Neil deGrasse Tyson
Max Schlickenmeyer

The Most Astounding Fact - Neil deGrasse Tyson

Same video on Vimeo! Astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson was asked by a reader of TIME magazine, "What is the most astounding fact you can share with us about the Universe?" This is his answer. Please subscribe above! In 20 languages, Click CC! Watch in HD! If you would like to edit or create new subtitles create an account and go here: Thanks so much for the support! Special thanks to: Reid Gower Carl Sagan Neil deGrasse Tyson NASA CREDITS Narration: TIME Magazine's "10 Questions for Neil Degrasse Tyson" Music: "To Build a Home" by the Cinematic Orchestra feat. Patrick Watson Video (in order of appearance): IMAX: Hubble 3D (Orion) Yellowstone: Battle for Life (Tree & Waterfall) Supernova to Crab Nebula BBC: Wonders of the Solar System (formation of the solar system) Accretion and First Eukaryotes from the 2011 film "Tree of Life" directed by Terrence Malick BBC: Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life "Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia" by Ayrton Orio (Model: Xharon Kendelker) "Afghanistan - touch down in flight" by Augustin Pictures "mongolia!" by wiissa Excerpt from "Outside In", Copyright Stephen van Vuuren/SV2 Studios (Saturn's moon Mimas) IMAX: Hubble 3D (Inside Orion Nebula) Shuttle Launch from 1985 IMAX film "The Dream is Alive" "Earth -- Time Lapse View from Space, Fly Over -- NASA, ISS" by Michael Konig Excerpt from "The Island" - La Palma Time Lapse Video by Christoph Malin Galaxy Map and Galaxy Formation by NCSA's Advanced Visualization Lab "Mars sunset" captured by NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit Edited by Max Schlickenmeyer Neil goes on to say "For me, that is the most profound revelation of 20th century astrophysics and I look forward to what the 21st century will bring us, given the frontiers that are now unfolding." Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. All copyrighted materials contained herein belong to their respective copyright holders, I do not claim ownership over any of these materials. I realize no profit, monetary or otherwise, from the exhibition of this video. Help us caption & translate this video!
Dr Craig Childress  We can ABSOLUTELY solve this pathology, Part 1
Jeff Morgan

Dr Craig Childress We can ABSOLUTELY solve this pathology, Part 1

What is Parental Alienation? Representative Kathy Watson, Chairwoman of the Pennsylvania House Children and Youth Committee, defines Parental Alienation as a family-related attachment pathology “the psychological manipulation of a child by a parent in order to alienate from the other parent.” Sadly, and typically, this occurs often during and following a divorce. Dr. Craig Childress asserts, “We can absolutely solve this,” but first we need an accurate assessment of the problem. He explains that “Parental Alienation Syndrome” is a combination of several pathologies: An attachment-based pathology, a personality disorder pathology, and a family systems pathology. Dr. Childress contradicts the belief of those people who think that both parents are responsible for the high conflict that accompanies divorce. “No, no, no. When you’ve got a narcissistic or borderline parent, it only takes one.” Dr. Childress did not specialize in high-conflict divorce, but rather in ADHD and early childhood mental health. When he first ran into Parental Alienation in 2008 and observed the abysmal failure of the legal system and the failure of the mental health system, he was appalled by the absence of professional knowledge and competence in the area. He was so appalled that he shifted his career to try to stop the family destruction that he saw and the parenting practices that were producing pathologies in the children. For more resources from Dr. Childress, please visit Thank you to Pennsylvania Representative Katharine Watson for holding this meeting and for posting the link to the video online.
What You Can Do To Bring Up A Happy & Emotinally Stable Child
Anna Rodgers

What You Can Do To Bring Up A Happy & Emotinally Stable Child

Part 1 of my interview with the amazing Dr Faye Snyder who is a Child Psychologist and relationships expert who also has a parenting school in California. The world is in a pretty big mess right now and we only have to look at how most children and adults are today to know that this is true. Autism, ADD, learning and behavioural problems and depression is absolutely rife in kids today and this is not a good sign for their future or for our society. Are children born this way or is it often caused by parenting? We discuss attachment issues and what makes an emotionally stable child and what can cause problems that can affect people for their whole lives. Most of us know that if you come from a severely abusive childhood that it is definitely going to impact you in a very negative way (where you may abuse others too) but what about the impact of other issues, can you be deeply affected by having relatively acceptable 'good' parents that think they are doing the right thing but in fact are still deeply imprinting negative things on their children. What actually makes a truly good parent? It's a tough job being a parent but there is lots you need to know about how parents influence their children. Did you know that almost all depression is caused by childhood, the messages that you received from you care givers, how much love you received, how 'present' your mother's attention really was, and most controversially (parents don't tend to often want to hear this) whether you were placed in day care from a young age etc. Dr Faye also discusses personality disorders such as schizophrenia, how is it caused and is it genetic? You might be very surprised at what she says. Dr Faye is not afraid to speak the truth and is teaching a type of psychology that others seem to be very scared of. Its not socially acceptable to point the fingers at parents all the time, but what if Dr Faye is right, that we as parents are responsible for almost every aspect of our children and the impact it has on their future. check out Dr Faye's own Youtube Channel here: PART 2 out soon
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