Teller Talks: The Art of Misdirection

It’s Friday and it’s sunny and warm here in southern California, so enough market chatter already. Here is a fascinating video of Teller (of Penn & Teller fame) talking at a neuroscience conference last summer about implied causality and the art of misdirection. Thought-provoking stuff.

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  1. Berry Zito says:

    Is it just me or does that video crash firefox?

  2. Works for me, but then again I would say that….

  3. Rich Gere says:

    This video is great. Are there any others from that conference that are available on-line?

  4. Sure, two more here.

  5. Rob says:

    This video is great. On another thought, it leades me to think about how this relates to where we are in the market cycle.So I ran some numbers of the markets since peak last night and have to tell you people, the picture looked very interesting…

  6. USD Law Student says:

    No, I don’t have quicktime. No, I don’t want to install it.

  7. James Cham says:

    You can also find a faster loading version on Google Video here here.