What is evil? Where does it come from? Does everyone have a dark side? These questions have been keeping scientists busy for quite a while. Does evil arise through a neurological process in our brains? Or does it have to do with the psychological circumstances of our daily lives? Where is the tipping point?
Philip Zimbardo, whom most of us probably know from the Stanford Prison Experiment (1971), has been exploring these issues for more than 30 years. In this video he explains his theory about why ordinary people can suddenly turn evil, or on the contrary: do good. He hereby introduces the concept of a tipping point. A critical moment where the decision of doing good or doing evil is made, and how it works.
Philip Zimbardo has broadly explained this groundbreaking theory in his book, The Lucifer Effect (2007).
this is my analog us dubstep/brostep project. used the source audio bass envelope filter and hothand. everything was made by bass guitar and effect pedals except for the stutters. recorded at tower of doom by eric perlas. directed by eric po.