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October 12, 2016

  • Aired: 10/12/2016
  • 27:49
  • Rating: NR
St. Louis businessman Rudi Roeslein is turning the waste coming from large-scale pig farms into marketable energy. Scientists are studying the microbiome of the nooks and crannies of the human body, i.e. armpit science. We know some children have imaginary friends, but is there a connection to real-world creativity? Mirror therapy tricks the brain and improves the use of an injured arm or hand.
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Marketable energy from pig farms, armpit microbiome, imaginary friends, mirror therapy.
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