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    January 25, 2009

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    Dan Ciruli

    Dan - I just finished reading a book called "The Scientist in the Crib," about infant brain development.

    One point the authors make repeatedly is that the curiosity that enables infants to learn about their environment and the methods they use to learn are very similar to scientists. Children are like scientists.

    And, with their insatiable curiosity, scientists are like children.

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