Neil deGrasse Tyson on Disrupting Personal Philosophies

The 2014 PLUS Conference is quickly approaching, and we are very excited to have Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson booked as the luncheon keynote for the event.

Recently we had the chance to chat with Dr. Tyson about the universe, his personal philosophies and other topics that we found interesting. Here is the first clip from our interview, where he responds to the question:

“You once stated that you try to have your personal philosophies disrupted daily. Why is that important, and how do you find those disruptions?”

Enjoy the clip, and check back next week for more from Dr. Tyson. Even better – register for the 2014 PLUS Conference and hear him speak in person this November at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

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