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Batman Pt. 2

Listen to the Story Invisibilia 24 min 16 sec Playlist Daniel Kish's story continues. You'll hear how scientists found that when he clicks his tongue to get around, the part of the brain that processes vision "lights up" much ... NPR, 4 days ago
BONUS: Falling Off A Cliff NPR, 20 hours ago
Batman Pt. 1 NPR, 4 days ago

Echolocation: How A Blind Man Sees With Sound [Video]

Daniel Kish has taken the expression blind as a bat to a whole new level. After losing his sight completely when he was only 13 months old, Kish refused to let blindness hinder him and eventually mastered the ability to use echolocation (like a ...
 Inquisitr4 weeks ago

Meet the eyeless man who says he can see (and is probably right)

[embedded content] With both eyes lost to cancer when he was just a toddler, you'd expectDaniel Kish to be as blind as a person can get. He's become famous for using a sort of human echolocation to find his way around, but there's more to it than ...
 Washington Post19 hours ago
NPR

A Blind Woman Gains New Freedom, Click By Click By Click

Daniel Horowitz for NPR For someone who is blind, a simple click can be the sound of sight. It's a technique called echolocation. Bats and other animals use it to see at night. And it's being used by an increasing number of people who are ...
 NPR4 days ago
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Evidence In Motion Faculty to Present at February 2015 Combined...

Conference Attendees Can Also Stop by EIM Booth to Win One of Six Prizes Evidence In Motion (EIM) along with their sister company, NeuroRecovery Training Institute (NeuroRTI), is set to have a number of faculty members and program graduates speak at ...
 PRWeb1 week ago

Echolocation, How To See With Your Ears

Ever heard (no pun intended) of echolocation? It's the ability of some animals, most famously dolphins and bats, to emit sound waves to determine the location and size of objects around them, which helps them "see." Scientists have long known that ...
 Worldcrunch2 weeks ago
GameSpot

GameSpot Editors' Favorite Games for 2014

You've seen our official picks for the best games of 2014 . You may have also seen some of our editor's already outline their top five games of the last 12 months. But if you want to know more about what individual staff members at GameSpot thought ...
 GameSpot3 weeks ago
Gay.com

The Big List of Who Came Out in 2014

Kristian Nairn, Actor, Game of Thrones Actor Kristian Nairn, who plays the lumbering character Hodor in the popular HBO series Game of Thrones, surprised an interviewer in March by announcing that he's gay. When asked by fan site WinterIsComing.net ...
 Gay.com4 weeks ago The Big List of People Who Came Out in 2014  Advocate.com1 month ago

Reaction: Liverpool 2-2 Arsenal

Key points - Skrtel levels with 97th-minute header - Borini sent off for two late bookings - Arsenal score first two shots on target - BBC Radio 5 live's 606 available on this page Join the discussion Send an SMS to 81111 ...
 BBC1 month ago
World Jewish Congress

The Jews of Arabia - BBC Magazine

For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. The Jews may have originated in the Middle East but they were long ago scattered far and wide - to the Gulf, among other places. Few now remain, except in Iran. But a century ago, writes ...
 World Jewish Congress1 month ago The Jews of Arabia  BBC1 month ago
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