Eric Matto, fellow Mensan and world traveller, took us on an African Safari in this Inquiring Minds webinar hosted by Kathleen Smith on September 12, 2021. Watch the video to see his fabulous photos and hear his mesmerizing commentary.
Marvyne Jenoff, poet and fiction writer with several books to her credit, is featured in this interview (taped 2nd July 2021) with Kathleen Smith. Marvyne generously shares several of her poems with us and, along the way, tells us something of her life and her creative process.
Intelligence is linked to the personality dimension known as Openness / Intellect. Watch Professor Colin DeYoung’s presentation, speaking at Toronto’s Inquiring Minds series in May 2021.
Warren MacKenzie presents The Happiness Formula, emphasizing that a happy life is not a life without problems, it is having the ability to deal with problems. This Inquiring Minds zoom webinar was hosted by Kathleen Smith on February 20, 2021.
Canada’s official national sports are hockey and lacrosse, yet few Canadians either play or follow lacrosse, and baseball — rather than hockey — has the deeper historical legacy in the nation.
Peter Sells gave an invited zoom webinar to Toronto Mensa speaker event Inquiring Minds, hosted by Kathleen Smith, on August 29, 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jvXOoDQlt4 About Peter Sells Peter lived and worked in Dubai for three years, and came to know the real Dubai in much more depth than any tourist ever could. He let us in […]
Mensan and Lawyer Lynne Butler describes how she deals with sensitive estate issues and unwelcome surprises for survivors by framing questions carefully.
Avner Mandelman speaks at an Inquiring Minds event, where he presents a proposal on how Quantum Physics and Classical Physics might be related.
Last fall, Mensan Raj Krishnan weighed in on the 2019 Federal election and the impact of Justin Trudeau’s brownface controversy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRtan4T5ydk In the second video, you can learn how he ultimately voted and his thoughtful rationale. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0y3HQ71ep0
50 years after the birth of the internet, computers are no longer room-sized, they are wrist-sized. In the era of ubiquitous computing, preserving privacy must be “what’s next.”