MP3: After Birth

24.08.2009

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After Birth MP3

Pardon the graphic pun, but hey! For this podcast Jad, a brand new father, wonders what’s going on inside the head of his baby, Amil. (And don’t worry, you don’t need kids to enjoy this podcast.) The questions here are big: what is it like to be so brand new to the world? None of us have memories from this time, so how could we possibly ever know? Is it just chaos? Or, is there something more, s... Source: radiolab.org

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