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Amnesia: How the Brain Forgets

Amnesia is best known for its use as a plot twist in soap operas, but it’s a real disorder! The most recent headline-worthy case surrounds Michael Boatwright, who woke up in an ER with no memory of himself, only speaking Swedish. Anthony looks deeper into his story, and shows us how such crazy memory loss can happen.

Apollo 11 in 100 seconds

The human brain is a remarkably efficient engine of visual processing. Even short 1-second shots can reveal an incredible amount of information, and recall one of the most extraordinary voyages of exploration in human history. Presented here is the first manned mission to the Moon, July 1969, in 100 one-second increments. Take a minute and a half and enjoy the voyage once again.