Joe Betts-LaCroix on the 28-Hour Day

September 22, 2011

Joe Betts-LaCroix reports below on his recent experiment with a 28-hour day. He describes in engaging detail how he set up a tent in a crawlspace under his house, how his family reacted to the experiment, and what he learned from it. Definitely worth watching if you’re doing any sleep experiments! (Filmed at the 20th Bay Area QS Show&Tell meetup at CCA.)

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