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ClubTED presents “Why we love, why we cheat” by Helen Fisher

Anthropologist Helen Fisher takes on a tricky topic – love – and explains its evolution, its biochemical foundations and its social importance. Fisher describes love as a universal human drive (stronger than the sex drive; stronger than thirst or hunger; stronger perhaps than the will to live), and her many areas of inquiry shed light on timeless human mysteries, like why we choose one partner over another.


Please note that the TED video presenter will not be attending the event (unless the presenter catches this open invite or our influential members are able to invite her / him).

This Meetup works like a book club, but the discussion topics are clips from TED (, "Ideas Worth Spreading". During each Meetup, we'll watch an approx. 20 minute TED talk and discuss the ideas presented.


Drink specials, a full bar, and food will be available.

Our thanks to Aram of 49 Grove for hosting ClubTED!

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