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What's It Like To Be A Squirrel?

It's cool to imagine being a squirrel and yet, at the same time, this GoPro video also reminds us of the huge gap between imagination and being, says blogger Adam Frank.
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We all live in our heads.

Well, maybe it's better to say we all live from our heads — and our bodies.

From the day of our births to the moment of our deaths, we experience the world from a very particular — and very unique — perspective: our own.

I realize this fact may not come as news to you. Still, I think a little reflection reveals how the primacy of

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