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An Exploration of What Makes Us Curious
Mario Livio Ph.D.
In a world of narrow specialization is there something still to be gained from broad knowledge and intense curiosity?
Empathy may not be a panacea for all of society's problems, but it can help.
On the horrible effects of intimidation.
Curiosity fuels brain growth, and brain growth drives curiosity. And you wouldn't be so curious if your ancestors hadn't learned to cook.
Mario Livio, Ph.D. is an astrophysicist, bestselling author of Galileo: And the Science Deniers and a popular speaker who has appeared on The Daily Show, 60 Minutes, and NOVA.