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Fear Thy Nature (Rebroadcast)

Thursday, January 16, 2014

What "Sleep No More" and the Stanford Prison Experiment tell us about who we really are.

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Ghazi Suhail from Pakistan

very insightful, but i wonder why you guys did not touch the topic of online anonymity and the behavior that results from it; i think it would have been great if that had been discussed along with sleep no more.

Feb. 04 2014 08:48 PM

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