Special Letter: Quantifying Touch - Saving Lives While Growing Profits

Last Revised: November 16, 2012


There is perhaps nothing simpler in the human experience, nor more connecting, than touch. As Davis says in this letter, we use touch to measure many things on a daily basis, and recruit other senses as surrogates when we have to. Touch is, in a very material (and perhaps force-field interpretation) way, the ultimate sense.

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    David Koch | 11-19-2012

    It is easy to block the sense of touch - haven't you ever worn gloves?

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