Jill Bolte Taylor

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jill-bolte-taylor.jpgJill Bolte Taylor is a brain scientist who had a stroke at the age of 37. The injury to her brain caused her to temporarily lose the ability to talk, read and write. But it gave her a new understanding of human consciousness, and of her own place in the universe. Today, Taylor has fully recovered. She tells her story in the book, My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist's Personal Journey, and in a much-watched video.

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On today's program, you heard excerpts from Eye Heart Knot, by General Fuzz; and Klezmer Nova by the Alexandria Kleztet, from their album Close Enough for Klezmer.


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