In this episode of The Brain Food Show, we start with the rather curious way in which George Eastman, founder of Kodak, died.
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Moving on to the main topic, we are looking at the fascinating story behind the first film in history, which was not created to entertain, but rather to learn something that simply wasn’t possible to observe given the limits of human perception. We also delve into how the entire project almost got derailed when the man behind this advancement of technology decided to up and murder someone…
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