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Invisibilia

Author: NPR

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Unseeable forces control human behavior and shape our ideas, beliefs, and assumptions. Invisibilia—Latin for invisible things—fuses narrative storytelling with science that will make you see your own life differently.
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Rick Wagner

I started installing Wayne's coating in my family room today so I needed a good pod to listen to. I've listened to 4 straight episodes and I'm just blown away. This show is entertaining, funny, inspiring and a guide to life. I've learned so much about how to be a better husband and dad but it's not send help. Listen and you will be entertained and inspired.

Oct 14th
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Rick Wagner

that was one of the most frightening and inspiring stories I've ever heard. I was blown away and literally had to stop what I was doing to take it all in. Martin is an a high water mark of mankind

Oct 14th
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Brian Lopez

Zzz

Oct 10th
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Brian Lopez

Fuck bithches get money

Oct 10th
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Kelly Kirkman

,,,

Sep 30th
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Katherine Thomas

Loved this episode.

Sep 28th
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Zimmer Barnes

One of the most important piece of journalism out there.

Sep 15th
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Brittany Hamel

How does she believe that it was ok to punch someone in the face because they were singing her lyrics? Was it not possible that he could have been a supporter of ICE? If the tables were turned there would be in uproar. She is a hypocrite. Also, how can you not ask your bestfriend if what they are accused of is true? Was proof given. Anyone can accuse anyone of anything. That doesn't mean that what they say happened didn't, but it's ridiculous to just have someone say this person did a thing and not allow the accused to have a chance respond. baaaah!

Sep 12th
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Mohammad Awais Tahir

My all time I've favorite podcast. I'm subscribed to more than a dozen podcast at one time but since I found invisibilia , I haven't listened to anything else. Thank for you making this amazing podcast and making my everyday commute so thought provoking and enjoyable

Sep 9th
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Amber Fields

I agree 👆! I'm so obsessed with this podcast! I truly enjoy the way the podcast is presented and all of the interviews, research, examples, and intriguing fun. Thank you so much for creating something like this!

Sep 8th
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Summer Gotschall

This is a great podcast but weirdly silent on the cultural context of the relationship between CC and his mother. (What about 孝 (xiào)?)

Sep 3rd
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NET Shopper

I loveeeeeee this podcast!

Aug 27th
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Saber S

I never thought about those horrifying thoughts until I listened to this episode!

Aug 22nd
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Amber Fields

I love love love you guys! Thank you for providing such an amazing show!

Aug 21st
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Lorenzo Guzman

fecebon

Aug 18th
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Claire Shiona Noone

For me, this story highlighted less randomness and more personal bias.

Aug 2nd
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Ikm Yusuk

This story gave us strong reasons to live our daily life, you can change your future anytime, such a randomness of life, that’s beautiful isn’t it

Jul 28th
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Alexis Baker

snake in a sock, lolz randomly at work; loving the podcast very interesting

Jul 20th
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Onella Cooray

this was such a special episode. thank you

Jul 9th
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Vaune Mason

Absolutely love this episode.

Jun 24th
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