Your brain makes countless moral decisions every day … but have you ever wondered where your morality comes from? Science is proving what we've always known intuitively: nature does good things to the human brain—it makes us healthier, happier, and smarter. Through thought-provoking games and moral dilemmas, such as the "Trolley Problem", we'll test the strength of your moral fiber.

You can save them by diverting the train to another track, but one problem — a person is standing on the second track.
Kittens flash on viewers' screen at the same rate, but when an odd-looking creature with fangs pops up, it appears to stay on the screen for longer.
Illusionist Apollo Robbins uses juggling pins to show what happens when the brain doesn't have enough time to process information, while Jason Silva plays with the speed of sound and light.

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