That was well worth watching, the whole lecture is only 16 minutes. Thanks for posting that, Keld.
I just wish that the professor hadn't referred throughout to the condition as, Parkinsons Disease. It's a neurological condition and cannot be caught, as a disease can.
However, when one of our adult offspring applied for a mortgage, they had to disclose any health conditions in the family history, just one person has Parkinsons in many generations, and as far back as we can go, and they felt that this gave them an unfavourable review of their actual situation and possibly, who knows, of interest rates over the duration of the mortgage.
Anyone know if they can discriminate so?