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Published on Jan 24, 2017
"I’m very interested in how people adapt to extremes” - Oliver Sacks on July 28, 1996
The renowned neurologist and author sat down for an interview with Henry Tischler that aired on the Cover-to-Cover radio show on WGBH-FM in Boston.
In this episode of Blank on Blank, we're focusing on Sacks' ability to see how man handles afflictions and genetic defects to survive. Enjoy the journey to a hidden island where colorblindness is normal.
For more in The Experimenters series, including Carl Sagan, Temple Grandin, and Buckminster Fuller, check out: http://blankonblank.org