Filmmaker Peter Hyoguchi (peterhyoguchi.com) joins us to get into the new oldest human bones ever found, a technique for reading human facial representations in the brains of monkeys and how electrical stimulation to the head might increase creativity. Plus we talk about climate science and get deep into some conspiracy theories.
HUMANITY GETS OLDER – 100,000 YEARS OLDER
HOW ARE WE STORED IN MONKEY BRAINS
HAVE WE REACHED PEAK ELECTROSHOCK THERAPY YET?
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