In this beautiful animation from Invisibilia's season one episode “How to Become Batman,” the show explores whether your private thoughts and expectations ...
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I would love this podcast if it wasn’t for that one issue. It’s extremely distracting and grating! But good stories!
Why would you put such a high pitch sound who do you think wants to hear that
Please make more episodes!!!
I think the earlier seasons were better. Still my favourite podcast. I’m always waiting eagerly for the next ep to come out. Keep it up ;)
I like the earlier episodes better. They are a bit too long now with too many adds. I love some of the stories though!
The first season was lovely but the quality of stories has been on the decline. Unfortunately, so has their use of analogies. They often don’t fit in the story well and are unnecessarily edited in. I still listen to all episodes as they come out and would love for them to keep going, and improving.
The speed of light is 186,000 miles per second. Chuck Norris' speed is unable to be calculated.
Very interesting and can really get you thinking. It can allow you to see below the surface of your mind and begin to understand your motivations.
I like this format. Editing, voices, music and interviews are all good. Subjects are quite interesting and the flow of each episode is smooth.
Just discovered this great podcast. Started from the beginning and now hooked. Very cleverly done and holds my attention right through. The first to stop me thinking and start me doing. ( I'm sure you know what I mean ) thank you.
James Freeman Clarke
We are either progressing or retrograding all the while. There is no such thing as remaining stationary in this life.
Invisibilia is a radio program and podcast currently produced and hosted by Alix Spiegel and Hanna Rosin for National Public Radio. Previous seasons were also hosted by Lulu Miller. The show debuted in early 2015, and "explores the intangible forces that shape human behavior—things like ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions." The program's title comes from Latin, meaning "all the invisible things". The Guardian ranked Invisibilia among "the 10 best new podcasts of 2015." . npr, npr news, npr radio, invisibilia, psychology, rat, maze, rat maze, experiment, science, human behavior, bias, carol dweck, animation, motion graphics, expectations, research, research psychology, bob rosenthal,
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