Human guinea pig explains why you should experiment in life
Clip: 01/21/2016 | 3m 6s
Journalist and author A.J. Jacobs has been called a “human guinea pig,” a title he’s earned by diving into his subjects and radically changing his lifestyle: he once spent a month without telling a single lie, and a year obeying every rule in the Bible. He offers his Brief But Spectacular take on his immersive brand of journalism.
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