- published: 22 Nov 2011
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Why do we hurt? Do we actually experience pain, or is it merely illusion? In this video, Lorimer Moseley explores these questions, and position the pain that we feel as our bodies' way of protecting us from damaging tissues further. He also looks at what this might mean for those who suffer from chronic pain. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subjec...
An inspirational talk show from Adelaide Australia
What is the most impossible talk & drive combination you can imagine? A 1300hp qualifying trim 1985/1986 F1 car at the streets of Adelaide with 100kg / 220lbs brake pedal and 8x the Logitech G25 force feedback levels with custom physics, comes close. Overdriving FTW! I end with a adrenalin influenced tiny rant which I may talk about depending on the hatemail that may follow. Its a bit exciting this, easy to get a bit of adrenaline cockyness going. This is just live and real, including all the real time growns and comments. :)
PSYCHOLOGY: It’s more than you think. Are you interested in how people think, speak, believe and interact with others? Then consider studies in psychology. Whatever career you are intending to pursue, a background in psychology can be very useful, complement your other studies and enhance your employability. Did you know that within the Bachelor of Psychological Science you can also study a second specialty area, enabling you to graduate with a double major within the 3-year degree? At this session fi nd out more about this exciting option, and the goals and careers associated with psychology. Presented by Professor Anna Chur-Hansen, School of Psychology For more information visit: http://health.adelaide.edu.au/psychology/
“You are fat”… “You are ugly”… “You are disgusting”. That’s what millions of women around the world say to themselves in the mirror every day. That’s what Taryn said to herself every day before she realised that her body is not an ornament; it’s the vehicle to her dreams. This talk explores the global issue of body loathing and what we can do to change our own perspective and the unrealistic standards that surround us. Taryn Brumfitt is a best-selling author and internationally recognised body image activist and founder of the Body Image Movement. Taryn first rose to prominence when her unconventional before and after photo went viral in 2013, garnering 100 million views and sparking an international media frenzy. Her debut feature documentary ‘Embrace’ delves further into th...
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LAW: Our Community, Your Future. Law is part of every area of modern life. The Adelaide Law School aspires to produce graduates dedicated to excellence in the learning and practice of the Law and to make a positive difference in the community in which they live. Our students learn fundamental principles of the law and begin to develop and practice skills such as critical analysis, research skills and an ability to approach complex issues through the law. These and other skills provide the foundation for an exciting career and a future of making a difference and life-long learning. Presented by: - Associate Professor David Brown - Acting Dean of Law - Rose Cecere, Acting Student Advisor For more information regarding our Law degree, visit: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/2015...
At age 14, Tracy Trinita was given a modelling contract in New York. As Indonesia's first supermodel Tracy went on to model clothes for top designers such as Yves Saint Laurent, Jean Paul Gautier, Kenzo, and Benetton on the catwalks of New York, Milan and Paris. In Indonesia, Tracy also starred in movies and TV dramas. You might imagine this was everything she'd hoped for in life. But surrounded by fame and glamour, she felt terribly empty. Real happiness eluded Tracy until she realised that people with faith were were happier. But which faith? Her family had Muslims, Hindus, Christians, which faith should she consider? So Tracy cried out to God - 'Please reveal yourself to me!' Hear Tracy tell how she finally met the designer she's been modelling for since birth.
***In English*** Five students from China, Rachel, Clarence, Tiger, Diana and Roy, talk about their experience studying at Bradford College, the on-campus pathway to the University of Adelaide. Want to find our more? visit www.bradford.edu.au
So much left, so messy, so much fun. I later did a 16.7 putting me 2nd! But that was still so messy, so much fun.. ;-).
Beberapa orang sering menanyakan alasan kenapa pilih kuliahnya di Adelaide, South Australia. Video ini mudah-mudahan bisa menjadi media untuk berbagi sedikit banyak informasi terkait Adelaide. Mungkin masih banyak kekurangan di video ini, but at least I hope it will be beneficial for your all of you.
MEDICINE: I've done the UMAT, now what? If you aspire to a career in medicine, be sure to watch this talk! We’ll provide details about the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree, with valuable information about the next stages in the admission process, and types of places available. Presenter: Professor Alastair Burt, Faculty of Health Sciences For more information regarding our Medicine Degree, visit: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/2015/bmbbs_bmbbs.html
How and where we are educated shapes our perception of disability and difference. For the change society needs, we must challenge the model of segregated schooling. Peter's engaging talk explores how decisions in our adult life can be positively affected by an inclusive education experience, backing up research that shows positive educational and social results for students with and without disabilities. We truly learn better together. Segregated education is rising in popularity in Australia and some other parts of the world. Peter Walker’s view is that this isn’t working. He comes to the issue as former principal of a special school in New South Wales. Peter is now a lecturer in special education at Flinders University and is completing his doctorate on the subject. He is also the pres...