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In the first half of Sunday's show, author and motivational speaker David Essel exposed the myth of positive thinking. Self-realization, and the real "secret to success" requires much more than positive thinking, affirmations or vision boards, he argued. In the latter half, comparative mythologist David Talbott and Australian physicist Wallace Thornhill updated their lifelong investigation of "the Electric Universe" that offers a revolutionary view of the cosmos.

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Seth Horowitz

Special Guest

Biography:

Seth S. Horowitz, Ph.D. is a neuroscientist and Assistant Research Professor in the department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Brown University. With a Masters in Psychology and a Ph.D. from Brown in Human Neuroscience, he has worked extensively at Stony Brook and Brown in hearing, balance and sleep research funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, The Deafness Foundation, and NASA. He has taught undergraduate and graduate level classes in animal behavior, neuroethology, brain development, the biology of hearing, and the musical mind. His book "The Universal Sense: How Hearing Shapes the Mind" published by Bloomsbury USA is available now in bookstores and online.

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Psychology of Sound

Neuroscientist and musician Seth Horowitz joined Ian Punnett (Twitter) to discuss how sound affects us, and in turn, how we've learned to manipulate sound. In the first hour, Rupert Sheldrake talked about how science is riddled with various dogmas that limit new possibilities, and discovery. ... More »

Host: Ian Punnett
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