synesthesia

Holy mackerel, people. What a crazy week it's been here at the SYSK HQ. I can't get into everything here, but let's just say it's been an exciting and terrifying time here for team SYSK. Don't worry, nothing bad is going down, but there's been a flurry of activity on all fronts. I love these weeks - it sure beats being bored! One of the things going is the new launch of our Facebook and Twitter pages. I assume most of you visiting us here have signed up there, but if not please do. We're having a good time interacting with everyone. Like we always say, the SYSK Army is the finest collection of people who have never met. Search Stuff You Should Know on Facebook and become a fan. You can follow our crazy Twitter feed @SYSKPodcast. Moving on...

Mirror Neurons: Are there people who feel others' pain?

People with a condition known as mirror-touch synesthesia literally feel the pain of others -- but why? Josh and Chuck trace the cause of this condition to one culprit: the mirror neuron. Tune in to learn more about mirror neurons and neuroscience.