22. Emergence and Complexity (May 22, 2010)
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Professor Robert Sapolsky details how a small difference at one place in nature can have a huge effect on a system as time goes on. He calls this idea fractal magnification and applies it to many different systems that exist throughout nature. (May 21, 2010)
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