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Sat November 19, 2011
Word of Mouth for 11.19.2011 Part 4
Throughout the year, we’ve been featuring a series we call 11 for 11… conversations with innovative thinkers who challenge and provoke new ways of thinking about the issues of our time. Dr. Raymond Tallis is a former clinical neuroscientist turned author. His new book, Aping Mankind, targets what he calls "neurotrash," the explosion of pseudo-science that puts forth explanations for human behavior from believing in God to falling in love…in other words, exactly the kind of breakthroughs Word of Mouth frequently reports on.
Amid news of serious clashes between Occupy Wall Street protesters and police and Homeland Security agents on Thursday, a lesser conflict emerged from New York City…it’s what you could call the revenge of the interns.
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