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REMEMBER those magic eye posters that used to be everywhere? They seemed likean abstract pattern from a distance. But if you relaxed your retinas and putyour nose in the middle of the picture then shuffled slowly backwards whilesinging the National Anthem, you could suddenly make out a shape. …

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