The purpose of this section is to show a collection of video-essays that I consider could be useful and interesting to anybody. They don’t follow any particular order. Although I think there are strong links between various videos and together they display a stronger message, each one of them can be perfectly watched independently.

- Gabriel Zucman on wealth inequality

- Psychology of irrational decision making

- Thomas Piketty on wealth and income inequality

- How income taxes work

- Some insight on globalization

- Esther Duflo on fighting poverty

- History of exchange: The silk road

- Hotelling, competition that doesn’t lead to a social optimum

- Richard Wilkinson on inequality and its interesting correlations

- Basics: The value of a dollar

- Joseph Stiglitz, some facts and the ethics of institutions

- Cesar Hidalgo on economic complexity

- Paul Krugman on the economics of happiness and unemployment

- Robert Solow and Paul Krugman commenting Anthony Atkinson’s book (long)

- Why poor places are more diverse

- The hidden cost of meat

- Exponential growth and epidemics

- Simulating epidemics [Bonus: how soap kills the coronavirus]

- Bayes theorem, intuitively

- Randomness is not what we think

- 4,669 and population’s growth

- Euler’s Number

- Collatz conjecture

- Euler-Mascheroni constant

- Simpson’s paradox: How statistics can be missleading

- The Magic of triangles

- Benoit Mandelbrot on measuring roughness

- More on Fractacls and realist mathematics

- Mathematics of Crime and Terrorism

- The opposite of infinity, pi and derivatives

- What’s wrong on how we teach Mathematics

- Pascal’s triangle

- Zero is a special number

- Cedric Villiani on Nash (long)

- Fibonacci and the golden ratio

- Lucas numbers

- The map of Mathematics

- Intuition behind irrational numbers

- History of numerical systems

- Gravitational waves!

- A really brief History of Everything

- The map of Physics

- Entropy and time

- Black holes

- On the very nature of speed and acceleration </>

- The orbit of satelites and Lagrange points

- How do we know the composition of other planet’s atmospheres?

- Neutron stars

- The Standard model

- What is matter?

- Einstein: Light as a particle

- When you look at the night sky

- Putting the size of an atom in perspective

- What is the Higgs Boson?

- The Higgs Field

- Looking for the Higgs Boson

- Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle

- Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle (2)

- What is light?

- Big time perspective

- How evolution works

- Human origins

- Why I live in year 12.017

- How to picture Earth’s history

- Who am I?

- Utilitarianism

- L’utilitarisme classique (French)

- John Stuart Mill: De la liberté (French)

- John Rawls (French)

- Amartya Sen: Repenser l’inégalité (French)

- Anarchisme social: Proudhon, Bakounine et Kropotkine (French)

- Anarchisme individualiste: Stirner, Tucker, Spooner (French)

- L’ideologie chez Marx (French)

- Le néoliberalisme (French)

- Michel Foucault: Surveiller et punir (French)

- Claude Lévi-Strauss: Race et histoire (French)

- Individuality

- Did we invent or discover Mathematics?

- What is information?

- Ethics: the trolley problem

- Basics: Popper’s theory of scientific knowledge

- Alexander von Humboldt

- Who do flowers seduce?

- How plate tectonics actually work

- Should we save pandas?

- Why do deserts exist?

- Richard Dawkins on evolutionary stable trategies

- The secret life of plants

- Poor places are more diverse

- The animal kingdom, or the realm of the unfaithful

- Why sand is all the same

- Biggest living organism

- Draining the deep seas

- Cleopatra

- French revolution

- Ghengis Khan

- History of marriage

- Napoleon Bonaparte

- The Encyclopedia

- Christopher Colombus