Why Earthlings Enjoy Images.

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50% of our brain is involved in visual processing ...

70% of all our sensory receptors are in our eyes ...



And we can get the sense of a visual scene in less than 1/10 of a second.

So enjoy these great pictures!

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Happens to the best of us captain!

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Meanwhile in Ukraine … A man plays piano in front of riot police.



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The Song William by Merritt Chase 1907 ...



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Totally cool dudes!



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Two women in a swimming pool of oranges, 1929 ... Why?



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