KIRO 7 News coverage of the 6th Annual TransTech Conference – Oct. 23-24, 2009 Read More ›
In 2009, George Gilder explains the Israel Test and the golden rule of capitalism. The Israel Test regards one’s response to the achievement of others, while the golden rule of Capitalism is that the good fortune of others is also your own good fortune.
Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) discusses the economic implications of the nation’s dependence on oil. Read More ›
George Gilder speaks of the per capita and overall success that Israel has had. These are the innovations that cultures depend on and by which prosperity relies on.
George Gilder discusses the Lesson of History. The Lesson of History: technology comes from relatively few people. The Jewish diaspora, Gilder claims, was the key source for these developments.
John Wohlstetter lectures on his upcoming book, Nuclear Arms: Sleepwalking Towards Armageddon. His goal, he says, is to take the problems of proliferation and arms control out of the hands of the so called priesthood of nuclear theologians and make the conversation palpable for the common people in order to generate discussion.
Bruce Chapman has a conversation during the Gorton Lecture Series with George Gilder about his influential life .
Prolific thinker, George Gilder, lectures on his most recent book The Israel Test.
Bruce Chapman interviews David Berlinski. They discuss the fallacies and logical inconsistencies of darwinists, the impact natural selection had on Nazism, and the close-mindedness of the evolutionists in the academic sphere.
Richard Dawkins has famously elaborated on Darwin’s theory of natural selection, arguing that through a slow incremental process, evolution can explain the rise of new species. The new film, Darwin’s Dilemma shows where Dawkins goes wrong. Read More ›