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No safe distancing! — 1 Comment

  1. Pareiodolia is seeing familiar images in stains like Leonardo da Vinci who wrote about his love and fascination with this as a pass time and perhaps inspire him to create his own. The late Ray Rogers, a former NASA chemist with whom I enjoyed many exchanges working on a project used to caution all scientists about what he called the “I think I see” phenomenon of pareiodolia.

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