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A science presentation by James Holmes in 2006

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Published on Jul 24, 2012

This video is provided by Claire Sampankanpanich. This excerpted video of James Holmes is from a 10 minute science presentation. James Holmes, who spent eight weeks interning at La Jolla's Salk Institute after graduating in high school in 2006, gave a presentation to his fellow interns at the end of the summer. The 18-year-old explains his studies on temporal illusion, or the perception of time.

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