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Is it possible that overfishing, super germs, and global warming are all caused by the same thing? In 1968, a man named Garrett Hardin sat down to write an essay about overpopulation. Within it, he discovered a pattern of human behavior that explains some of history’s biggest problems. Nicholas Amendolare describes the tragedy of the commons.

Lesson by Nicholas Amendolare, directed by TED-Ed.

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  2. one of my favorite videos. this beautifully illustrates our most dangerous tendencies. thanks for the amazing work you do!

  3. It would make the most sense to learn the nature of constraints limiting the size of max capacity. Change those constraints, then allow the exponential growth of the base population multiplied by 1.5 to the power of the number of days to meet it's new capacity through legal enforcement. Then everyone can fish as much as they like.

  4. Makes me think of why it's good to believe you could be the first dominoe to changing the world around you! Jesus Christ was one man who changed the world! Addiction counsellors would often say, If one of you from this group of 25 or 30 people end up living drug free, & not spending your time, energy, money & health on drugs, My job is doing great things and I will be very happy! And We've all heard beliefs & rationalization for example "If I don't sell the drugs someone else will, They will just get them off someone else" ! Well what if we quit believing that way! Like we realize we can be the spoke needed to start moving an entity a better way, or the missing spoke of a gear that is spinning a machine going the wrong way! If you see a neighbour in the same building as you smoking a pack a day, never exercising, not caring for his life, It provokes you to feel like if this guy feels that way when he lives in the same building, pays the same as me, Why should I feel much different!? Just like if you show care, respect, gratitude for your life & responsibility and appreciate your life, exercise daily living in that building & your neighbour see's it, He or she may realize he's not doing so bad! A big thing of this is being jealous or envious over what others have. And wanting to be someone else than yourself! "You got to be who you are in this world"

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  5. Makes me think of why it's good to believe you could be the first dominoe to changing the world around you! Jesus Christ was one man who changed the world! Addiction counsellors would often say, If one of you from this group of 25 or 30 people end up living drug free, & not spending your time, energy, money & health on drugs, My job is doing great things and I will be very happy! And We've all heard beliefs & rationalization such as "If I don't sell the drugs someone else will, They will just get them off someone else" ! Well what if we quit believing that way! Like we realize we can be the spoke or become the missing spoke of a gear that is spinning a machine going the wrong way! If you see a neighbour in the same building as you smoking a pack a day, never exercising, not caring for his life, It provokes you to feel like if this guy feels that way when he lives in the same building, pays the same as me, Why should I feel much different!? Just like if you show care, respect, gratitude for your life & responsibility and appreciate your life, exercise daily living in that building & your neighbour see's it, He or she may realize he's not doing so bad! A big thing of this is being jealous or envious over what others have. And wanting to be someone else than yourself! "You got to be who you are in this world"

  6. One thing that really bothers me is how each country talks about declining population and doomsday blah blah blah, and bad for the economy. I mean, we have AI and robotics developing so fast. Why don't we just give the jobs to those robots, and we take a break? Let the basic social income be mandatory. That's the only way to keep our planet protected, and live a life of sanity.

  7. at 1:42, 2.01, 2.13, 2.15
    I see so many prophetic subliminal messages…that makes this topic so relevant
    Anyone sees it?

  8. It was also proposed by the great mathematician John Nash – "What's good for all of us is good for each of us"

  9. these fishermen are literally standing on a patch of grass "the commons", yet this video is about how to sustainably catch fish.

  10. The good news about this video is that it's animated. The bad news is that it's about 4 1/2 minutes too long to keep Trump's attention.

  11. I’d recommended the Spanish film “The Platform” as an example of this – it’s on Netflix and it’s really good.

  12. The trick is to eat the other 3 fishermen first, after 3 days you would have 40 fish and could eat 10 fish per day and the fish population would still be growing.

  13. Why didn’t the video go over the real solution to the problem. Private property! If a person owns that resource they will do everything to protect that resource.

  14. when ted-ed be talking about how we should only catch one fish a day so the population is stable but you can just starve for one day so that the population of fish goes up indefinitely

  15. Indigenous communities all over the world have shared common resources for tens of thousands of years without destroying them (in many cases, their stewardship actually increases wildlife populations/biodiversity/etc). People are only motivated to hoard resources in systems which pit people against each other in competition for (seemingly) scarce resources. In other words, systems with an "every man for himself" mentality, like capitalism.

  16. Being mindful of others and the environment is just as important as putting your needs before others' needs.

  17. Boy, are we ever headed for some dark days! Our self-centered gluttony will eventually come home to roost. Maybe not in our generation, but when it arrives, it will bring about a panicked governmental repression of the "little people" that will be "Stalinism" on a global scale. A few may escape to Mars, but for the rest, well, we can only hope we will be composting before our "just deserts" descends upon "inhumanity!"

  18. Anyone watching this during the COVID-19 pandemic? We need people to watch this right now so they can learn that they are harming people who can't even buy food or other needs.

  19. The fact that someone could be aware of this and still support a system in which production and distribution are controlled by the masses is utterly beyond me.

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