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"Larry, Curly and Moe have unwittingly caught on to the fact that science changes as new learning comes about."
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Binocular vision gives us depth perception - and enables us to play some tricks.
Posted: 14 Aug 2009 11:30 PM PDT
And on that day, two of the most badass geniuses of their time met, if but for one brief, literally shining moment.
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