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Impressive as it is, this video made me feel distinctly uneasy. There is a TOK point here about technology making the invisible and its effect on emotional connection with an issue…
I agree, Martin, thanks for the comment. I don’t post on the front page so often any more, but found this quite provocative (and a little hypnotic). It would also pair nicely with the Keeling Curve graph questions.