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Descent of Species – David Eaglemann

Human history is filled with examples of institutions built upon a faulty premise of how the world is, how it exists to serve us. It can seems that human’s favourite way of dealing with uncertainty is to build up an … Continue reading

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Seeing Sound, Tasting Color: Synesthesia – David Eagleman

David Eaglemann is a neuroscietist who studies perception – how we percieve the world. Here he is on bigthink on synesthesia -mixing of senses. “a very good inroad into understanding how different brains percieve the world differently”   Published on … Continue reading

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