Daniel Tammet

Author of “Every Word Is A Bird We Teach to Sing: Encounters with the Mysteries and Meanings of Language”

Author of “Every Word Is A Bird We Teach to Sing: Encounters with the Mysteries and Meanings of Language”

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Daniel Tammet has a rare ability to see numbers as colors and words as living organisms. He shares what he’s learned about language and how we communicate.

A savant’s love of numbers and words

Daniel Tammet has a rare ability to see numbers as colors and words as living organisms. He shares what he’s learned about language and how we communicate.

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