19 videos


  • What Anti-Vaxxers Can Tell Us About Confirmation Bias

    While you may disagree with anti-vaxxers, the issue shows a powerful truth about how we seek information we agree with.

    Editors' Picks

  • Why Do Pregnant Women Crave Certain Foods?

    Research from SUNY Albany indicates it may have to do with psychology and cultural factors, rather than a direct causal relationship.

    TestTube Blog

  • Cleansing Our Perception

    "The other world is this world rightly seen." - Nisargadatta

    Shots of Awe

  • Can You Love Your Dog More Than Your Baby?

    If our basic purpose as humans is reproduction then how do other forms of love exist? Can we love our animals then as much as our offspring?

    DNews Plus

  • One Syrian Boy Cuts to the Heart of the Refugee Crisis

    For this 13-year-old boy, it's not about a permanent new life in Europe.

    Editors' Picks

  • Why Are China's Grandchildren Getting So Fat?

    When we think of obesity, we often think of it as a Western issue. But, surprisingly, China is having obesity problems too.

    Seeker Daily

  • How ISIS Brainwashes Child Soldiers

    At this moment, there are more than 250,000 child soldiers fighting in wars around the world.

    Seeker Daily

  • What Happens If You're Born In Prison?

    What happens to babies born behind bars? Around the world, many are left in the care of their imprisoned mothers.

    Seeker Daily

  • How Ending The Dalai Lama Could Save Tibet

    Since the 14th century, the Dalai Lama has been the spiritual and political leader of Tibetan Buddhism. There have been 14 Dalai Lamas. But now, all that may be coming to end.

    Seeker Daily

  • The Child Prodigy That Time Forgot

    Everybody knows the classic child prodigies, but we also know that prodigy often comes with a price. There's a curse to the gift of giftedness. In some cases it even seems like a literal curse.

    Seeker Daily