Watching This Video Is Like Having Sex With Like A Million People. But Not That Kind Of Sex.

Sometimes I feel overwhelmed by the world. Sometimes I think there won't even be a world to enjoy when my daughter grows up. Scary, right? But this crazy-smart science writer and member of the British House of Lords just dropped some serious knowledge about ideas and sex (and ideas having sex) to explain why we just might be OK. So I'm breathing a little easier today. And after watching this, I hope you are, too.

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