Science

Hole Or Whole, Why Can Our Brains Hear The Difference?

NPR | Aug. 27, 2013 3:31 p.m.

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Joe Palca

Late summer tends to be a slow month for news. But at All Things Considered, we put on a two hour program, no matter what. So — without a trace of irony — one of our science correspondents offered to help fill some holes in the show with a series of stories about holes. Today he looks at how the brain copes with the ambiguity of “the hole idea,” and “the whole idea.”

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