=========================

TED Talks Worksheets #4
<No. 61 – 80>
*The numbers inside the <   > represents the length of the video. 

=========================

61. Why isn’t the Netherlands underwater?
Stefan Al
<4:56> | March 2020

 

62. What would happen if every human suddenly disappeared?
Dan Kwartler
<5:16> | September 2018




63. What is déjà vu? What is déjà vu?
Michael Molina
<3:40> | August 2013

 

64. Why are earthquakes so hard to predict?
Gareth Gaskell
<4:21> |  July 2020

 



65. Why sitting is bad for you
Murat Dalkilinç
<4:50> | March 2015

 

66. Is it bad to hold your pee?
Heba Shaheed
<3:43> | October 2016

 




 

67. The treadmill’s dark and twisted past
Conor Heffernan
<3:55> | September 2015

 

68. Hacking your memory -with sleep
Matt Walker
<4:42> July 2020




69. What’s the connection between sleep and Alzheimer’s disease?
Matt Walker
<5:07> August 2020

 

70. Why do our bodies age?
Monica Menesini
 
<3:55> | September 2015




71. Why are some people left-handed?
Daniel M. Abrams
 
<4:52> February 2015

 

72. The science of hearing
Douglas L. Oliver
 
<5:18>  June 2018




73. Will there ever be a mile-high skyscraper?
Stefan Al
 
<4:44> February 2019

 

74. How to grow a glacier
M Jackson
 
<4:59> April 2019




75. How tsunamis work
Alex Gendler
 
<3:21> | April 2014

 

76. How stress affects your brain
Madhumita Murgia
 
<4:00> | November 2015




77. The surprising link between stress and memory
Elizabeth Cox
 <4:36> | September 2018

 

78. Does stress cause pimples?
Claudia Aguirre
 <3:35> | November 2012




79. Where did English come from?
Claire Bowern
 <4:28> | July 2015

 

80. How did English evolve?
Kate Gardoqui
 <4:53> | November 2012

========================

Click here for more TED Talks Worksheets!

========================