Mini-Episode: Cool Facts Friday #2

Dave Asprey
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A mix of facts about humans, humanity and the strange and wonderful world in which we live.

Cool Facts are back, baby!

Thanks to everyone who let us know they wanted to keep getting quick hits of new human and world science! We’ve taken the Cool Facts out of the Bulletproof Radio podcast episodes and curated them into a short burst just for you. This fun compilation will publish one Friday a month.

Here’s the current lineup for episode #2:

  • Scientist take a look at EMF exposure in kids’ brains.
  • Legos take hundred of years to break apart in the ocean.
  • Kids’ learning difficulties indicate poor connectivity between hubs within the brain.
  • New squid brain mapping shows complex vision and motor systems. Who knew?
  • Immune cells in your brain chew up memories.

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