This episode is how I spent 7 days wearing upside-down goggles for a video. Check out Jill Bolte Taylor's book about neuroplasticity 'My Stroke of Insight'. You can be the judge of how well we can write our own names while wearing the goggles: https://twitter.com/dominouniverse/status/1184692997725675520
I've put more resources and solutions together over at kurtisbaute.com/climatehour Also, follow young climate warriors: Mari Copeny (twitter: @littlemissflint) Xiye Bastida (twitter: @xiyebastida) Lastly, apologies for the audio quality on this episode - we had some technical issues after recording - we'll be back to normal in the next one. Thanks for listening!
We are 'Ok', in the sense that we're both back at podcasting after a surprise hiatus, but you've seen the title. Jesse tells a harrowing tale of what happened to him recently, and we share our gratitude for the Canadian medical system. We're planning to get back to our regular weekly schedule, but bear with us! Check out the YouTube channel about 3D-printed brains, its called 'neurotransmissions'. Also, follow Carlos Maza on Twitter (@gaywonk) if you want to see some of the ways that YouTube is broken.