The world&rsquo;s visual stimuli overload our senses, and so our beliefs help shape our perceptions. We see what we want to see. <strong>Tom Vanderbilt</strong> explains

The world&amp;rsquo;s visual stimuli overload our senses, and so our beliefs help shape our perceptions. We see what we want to see. Tom Vanderbilt
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The world’s visual stimuli overload our senses, and so our beliefs help shape our perceptions. We see what we want to see. Tom Vanderbilt explains

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