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What’s Wonder?

What creates wonder? A series of interviews with To the Best of Our Knowledge looks at this very question.

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A series of interviews from Wisconsin Public Radio’s To the Best of Our Knowledge (TTBOOK) examines the science and emotion behind wonder. What creates wonder? Is it coming to understand the underpinnings of a phenomenon larger than yourself?

TTBOOK’s Steve Paulson and Anne Strainchamps are Distinguished Scholars @ Discovery for WID.

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