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Temporo-Spatial Synesthesia

Synesthesia of the Day – Temporo-Spatial Synesthesia Temporo-Spatial Synesthesia, also known as Time-Space Synesthesia, mixes the senses of space and time. People with this form of synesthesia see time as having a visible form. When thinking about the year, they … Continue reading

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Elgin’s Synesthesia

Synesthesia of the Day – Elgin’s Synesthesia Elgin, like the other inhabitants of Green Comet, is a synesthete. I refer to that fact a few times during the novel, and in the sequel, Parasite Puppeteers. I don’t go into a … Continue reading

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Microsculpture – The Insect Portraits of Levon Biss

Levon Biss is a successful commercial photographer. His work has been used in advertising, on magazines and in a book about soccer. Now he has an exhibition of his images of insects, showing the Oxford University Museum of Natural History’s … Continue reading

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Some Women See a Hundred Million Colors

An unknown percentage of women can see a hundred times as many colors as the rest of us.  While normal humans have three types of cones in their eyes for perceiving the three primary colors — red, green and blue … Continue reading

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Irises

In his photo collection, “Your beautiful eyes,” Suren Manvelyan of Armenia has captured extreme close-ups of human eyes. I admit to being surprised by the rugosity of our irises. I won’t weigh this down with words. I’ll just show you … Continue reading

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