(01:16) Reportedly over 100,000 migrants were encountered in a single month at the U.S. southern border, so James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana consider the implications of this scale of activity from a historical, humanitarian, and political perspective.
(37:06) The guys also take a look at an essay and related research which lays out why the common the human brain as a computer analogy is misguided.
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