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The Why Behind Asking Why: The Science of Curiosity

The Why Behind Asking Why: The Science of Curiosity

Sep 25, 2017-- Curiosity is a fundamental human trait. Everyone is curious, but the object and degree of that curiosity is different depending on the person and the situation. Astrophysicist and author Mario Livio was so curious about curiosity that he wrote a book about it titled, 'Why? What Makes Us Curious.' He shares more about what he learned in the process here. (5652 reads)


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