What unknown frontiers reside inside the human brain? Dr. David Eagleman, host of the original iHeart podcast Inner Cosmos, helps us chart a course here!
What We Discuss with David Eagleman:
The reason we might view particularly intense situations in slow motion.
The phenomenon of synesthesia: why some people hear colors and taste sounds.
How close we are to being able to add new senses to our brains and bodies.
The new hope neuroscience technology gives to people affected by spinal cord injuries.
Why blind people often excel as musicians.
And much more...
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929: David Eagleman | Exploring the Brain's Inner Cosmos