"Jad introduces his newborn son, Amil, and insists that he has no concept of numbers whatsoever. Like father, like son? Producer Lulu Miller talks to Stanislas Dehaene, whose work in neuroimaging suggests that Amil probably does have a number sense. You and I might not even know what logarithmic counting is, but apparently we used it as babies."
Go to link
This RadioLab story asks whether one can live without using math. As babies and kids learning math and counting, do we understand complex concepts more than we think? Experts point out that babies seem to have the ability to do some math, namely logarithmic counting: the ability to discern between “one,” “some” and “many.”