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Struck By Genius: How A Brain Injury Made Me A Mathematical Marve

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No one sees the world quite the way Jason Padgett does: Water pours from the faucet in crystalline patterns. Each number has a distinct geometric shape. Fractal patterns emerge from the movement of tree branches and the swirl of cream in his coffee. The objects…
Hidden History of Staten Island
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Staten Island has a rich and fascinating cultural legacy that few people outside New York City's greenest borough know about. Chewing gum was invented on the island with the help of Mexican general Antonio López de Santa Anna. Country music legend Roy Clark got…
Struck By Genius: How A Brain Injury Made Me A Mathematical Marve

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The astonishing true story of an average man transformed by one violent encounter No one sees the world the way Jason Padgett does. Water pours from the faucet in crystalline patterns, each number has a distinct geometric shape, and fractal patterns emerge from…
Tasting the Universe: People Who See Colors in Words and Rainbows in Symphonies

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"When I spoke of my impressions as a child, I quickly learned that my perceptions were not common; in fact, they were strange. Like many synesthetes around the world, I learned to keep them to myself. Thus I?m grateful for the present day climate of inquiry into…
Hidden History of Staten Island
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|December 11, 2017

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Staten Island has a rich and fascinating cultural legacy that few people outside New York City's greenest borough know about. Chewing gum was invented on the island with the help of Mexican general Antonio López de Santa Anna. Country music legend Roy Clark got…
Struck by Genius: How a Brain Injury Made Me a Mathematical Marvel

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No one sees the world quite the way Jason Padgett does: Water pours from the faucet in crystalline patterns. Each number has a distinct geometric shape. Fractal patterns emerge from the movement of tree branches and the swirl of cream in his coffee. The objects…
Tasting the Universe: People Who See Colors in Words and Rainbows in Symphonies
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|March 15, 2011

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“When I spoke of my impressions as a child, I quickly learned that my perceptions were not common; in fact, they were strange. Like many synesthetes around the world, I learned to keep them to myself. Thus I’m grateful for the present day climate of inquiry into…