Michael David Stevens is an American public speaker, educator, and entertainer. He is well known for his youtube channel the Vsauce His youtube channel has around 15 million subscribers and over 2 billion views.

His area of interest is Science, Philosophy, Culture, and Illusion.

According to Michael, the meaning of life is to be Conscious in life. When you dig consciousness more, the fascinating answers you will get for the meaning of life.

The more you ask questions to yourself, the more wild answers you will get. It will help in expanding your imagination and make you think out of the box.

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“One who travels the fastest travels alone, but the one that travels the furthest travels with others.”

Michael Stevens

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkhIenG0wgk

About – According to Michael, Consciousness could be explained by the laws of Physics. The subject has no general meaning, it all depends on individual experiences.

About – What is real, what is an illusion? by Michael. He touches the sensitive point of our five senses and how we react and act on the response of our senses. According to Michael, there are more than five senses and we act through them subconsciously.
About – Michael in TED talks asking the question is very important. If you want to grow your intelligence level, start asking a deeper question to yourself, and answering your question will fascinate your mind.

“Maybe it’s only a fool who will perilously journey out to what might not be there. And maybe it’s only a fool who will ask about supertasks, about infinity. But if you want to solve problems, you don’t just solve the ones that are there, you find more and make more and go after the impossible ones; fostering a love and obsession with problems is how you solve problems. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry wasn’t a mathematician, but his advice fits nicely here. If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea. And as always, thanks for watching.”

Michael Stevens