How can someone who’s blind “see” the upcoming eclipse on Aug. It’s a question solar astrophysicist Henry “Trae” Winter started thinking about several months ago after a blind colleague asked him to describe what an eclipse was like.“I was caught completely flat-footed,” Winter said.“It hasn’t been the easiest.” She’s not the only one who feels that way.
So, why would anyone want to share those mistakes with the world?
It requires a very particular kind of brain, and I just do not have it.
I can probably do some music games; pop-culture games I could sort of stumble through; but no, I’m very grateful to have the answers."?
That didn’t stop him from going off the rails during the show, though.
Listeners heard Blumberg stutter through disastrous VC pitches and agonize over whether he was taking the company in the right direction.