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Why Can’t We Walk Straight?

Here’s a fascinating science experiment that we’ll be trying this weekend: 

Put a blindfold on someone, take them to a park or a beach or a meadow and ask them to walk for as long as they can in a straight line. Then watch what happens.

Why Can’t We Walk Straight? from Robert Krulwich and NPR in 2010.

More mysteries of the brain lurk in the archives.

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