Today Jack talks with senior editor and full-time Word Puncher Robert Brockway about memory and why we suck at it. They examine a personal anecdote of Brockway's that involves mushrooms and a wolf, what's weird about George Bush's recollection of how he found out about the September 11 attacks and whether 9/11 was an inside job.
Ahh September, the leaves are changing into autumnal shades of yellow, red and orange, the air has a chilly bite, and movie theaters are being inundated with 'Based on a True Story' Oscar-bait.
It's underestimated how important your sense of hearing is, how much it affects your daily life in ways you don't fully appreciate.
We've never known more about our world and our universe, but at the same time it feels like there are more people who completely ignore science than ever before.
Are you ever so overwhelmed by the thought of going out to socialize that you just stay home instead?