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I feel like people aren't freaking out enough about how awesome it is that big universities are publishing their lectures online, some of my favorite ones are

Justice, Michael Sandel (Harward)

Human Behavioral Biology, Sapolsky (Stanford)

I turned these into podcasts that you can download here

about behavioral biology letures, in order to fall in love with Sapolsky, check his short talk on toxoplasmosis parasite

Also, I think his lecture on biological underpinnings of religiosity that is a part of this course is not in the playlist, I think because its pretty controversial, you can find it as an old recording here

will add more stuff to this folder with time.

Tue Nov 08 2016 16:50:41 GMT+0100 (CET), 11 months ago

an algoritmic music generator that interprets cellular automata as notes, its an alsa MIDI device.

Cellular automata rules are described by a simple RAM machine language and are evolved. There are some interesting things about the language itself, I'll post the details later.

Fitness function is a human clicking on "the nice ones".

Sun Sep 22 2013 06:47:37 GMT+0200 (CEST), 48 months ago

test

Sun Feb 24 2013 06:07:06 GMT+0100 (CET), 54 months ago