Recommended Reading: Radiolab Explores The Nature Of Time

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Recommended Reading: Radiolab Explores The Nature Of Time

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Forget any connection to watches or timekeeping if you’re not already a regular listener to Radiolab, you need to become one ASAP. The radio show and podcast comes from producers Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich, and is a deep dive into science, human curiosity, culture, and the like. This month is the show’s 15th birthday, and to celebrate the creators replayed one of the earliest episodes, one fully devoted to exploring how we measure and experience time.

Over the course of the show, physicists discuss the elasticity of time and how our experiences of time can be greatly varied, the role time plays in music is experimented with, offering new takes on familiar songs, the history of standardized time and its reluctant adoption is discussed, and we learn about strange forms of clocks that rely on things like flowers and spices to tell the time.

You can listen to the full hour-long episode here.

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