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Question #1
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We're going to go on a dive to the deep sea, and anyone that's had that lovely opportunity knows that for about two and half hours on the way down, it’s a perfectly positively pitch-black world. And we used to see the most strange animals out the window that you couldn't describe: these alternating lights -- a world of bio-luminescence, like fireflies. Dr. Elvis Walter -- she's now at the Indian Ocean Research Organization , she was able to come up with a camera that could capture some of these unbelievable animals, and that's what you're seeing here on the screen. That’s all bio-luminescence. Like I said: just like fireflies. There’s a flying turkey under a tree. I’m a geologist by training. But I love that. And you see, some of the bio-luminescence they use to avoid being eaten, some they use to attract prey, but all of it, from an artistic point of view, is just positively amazing.

Which of the following is said by the speaker of the recording you just heard?
Question #2
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How do you clarify when things don't go as we want them to be? Or how do you explain when somebody is able to achieve things that seem to challenge all of the assumptions we had? For example: Why is Apple so inventive? Year after year, after year, they’re more pioneering than all their competitors. And yet, they're just a phone company. They’re just like everybody else. They have the same access to the relevant talent, the same hiring agencies, the same consultants, and the same medium. Then why is it that they seem to have something diverse? Why only Martin Luther King led the Civil Rights Movement in America? He wasn't the only man who suffered in pre-civil rights of America, and he certainly wasn't the only great lecturer of the day. And why is it that only the Wright brothers were able to figure out controlled, powered flight when there were definitely other people who were better educated, better funded --and they didn't attain powered man flight, and the Wright brothers beat them to it. There's something else that plays an important role here. About three and a half years ago, I made a finding which profoundly changed my view on how I thought the world functioned, and it even profoundly changed the way in which I operate in it.

Which of the following isn’t true?