Why do we ask questions? Michael "Vsauce" Stevens at TEDxVienna

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Michael Stevens the persona behind the YouTube sensation Vsauce, is an online personality with an entertaining approach to explaining the science behind seemingly ordinary, everyday phenomena. Michael's videos have been watched over 400 million times and Vsauce's 4.5 million subscribers continues to add an astonishing 15 thousand subscribers each day. Michael lives in London where he works for Google as an in-house consultant for other creators on the platform.
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November 2, 2013 at Volkstheater Wien, Vienna, Austria.


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