• 霊的の意味と始まり | Universal Sufi Order | Japanese
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    霊的の意味と始まり | Universal Sufi Order | Japanese

    Greetings I am Yokoo from the Universal Sufi Order. Please bear with me as I answer your questions. It’s been a while. Today at the ALRA TV Studio, we have a guest, Mr. Wajid. Yes, Mr. Wajid. Greetings. Greetings. I am Wajid. Please bear with me. Mr. Yokoo in the last video, we talked about spirituality. Yes. Today, in order to understand it better, I have some follow up questions. Yes. Is it okay if I ask these questions? Yes, please. Thank you. Last time, we discussed spirituality. My first question: nowadays, people are doing different things such as yoga and meditation for inner peace. Is it also spirituality? Incorrect,…

  • Quantum Physics and Universal Beauty – Q&A with Frank Wilczek
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    Quantum Physics and Universal Beauty – Q&A with Frank Wilczek

    Thanks very much for the talk, its a fantastic subject. If everything were symmetrical or is symmetrical You’ve got the particles and the forces and you’re saying they’re part of the same thing. You would expect, or at least I think you would expect, that everything will come to equilibrium pretty soon. As it seems, we’re 14 billion years down the line, We’ve still got interactions and it doesn’t seem to settle down. Is there a chance that there are more things? Because I know that it’s a human thing to want beauty. It’s a very objective, sorry a subjective, wish. It might be beautiful but it won’t seem that…

  • How Good is Democracy? | Q&A
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    How Good is Democracy? | Q&A

    (CHEERING, APPLAUSE) Hello, and welcome to Q&A. I’m Tony Jones. And joining us in Melbourne – as you can hear – tonight, People’s Panellist Li Shee Su, a former IT executive who’s concerned that Australian democracy is letting us down, the Shadow Minister for Environment and Water, Terri Butler, British philosopher AC Grayling, whose latest books trace the history of philosophy and the crises in modern democracy. Now, La Trobe University historian Clare Wright, who chronicled the campaign to win the vote for women, and the Minister For Population And Urban Infrastructure, Alan Tudge. Please welcome our panel. Thank you. Q&A is coming to you live across eastern Australia on…

  • The Indigenous Voice | Q&A
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    The Indigenous Voice | Q&A

    (APPLAUSE) Good evening and welcome to Q&A. I’m Tony Jones. A special look at the case for the recognition of Indigenous Australians in our Constitution. Here to answer your questions tonight – one of the delegates from the Uluru convention that proposed an Indigenous voice to parliament, Sally Scales. Liberal MP and conservative advocate of the voice, Julian Leeser. Former Liberal candidate and Indigenous opponent of the voice, Jacinta Price. Co-chair of the joint committee on Closing the Gap, Pat Turner. And the Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Linda Burney. Please welcome our panel. We should say we’re disappointed that three key players who had agreed to join the panel…