Everything you need to know about TEDxDeExtinction

March 13, 2013 at 12:58 pm Leave a comment

Originally posted on TED Blog:

Stewart Brand begins today’s TED Talk with an elegy for Martha of Cincinnati, who died in 1914. No, Martha is not a person. She was the very last passenger pigeon.

[ted_talkteaser id=1690] “Extinction is a different kind of death — it’s bigger,” says Brand in this talk, given at TED2013. “This had been the most abundant bird in the world. They lived in North America for 6 million years — suddenly it wasn’t here at all.”

But, Brand shares, the passenger pigeon could now be brought back to life. He calls it: de-extinction.

Stewart Brand, one of the founders of the environmental movement in the 1960s, is known for thinking of history differently. At TED2004, he shared his vision for the Clock of the Long Now, which keeps time for 10,000 years. [ted_talkteaser id=402]At TED@State, he shared 4 environmental ‘heresies,’ coming out in favor of nuclear power and genetically…

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