2. We see the world in narrow disjointed fragments - Deepstash

2. We see the world in narrow disjointed fragments

2. We see the world in narrow disjointed fragments

2. We see the world in narrow disjointed fragments

We think we see the whole world, but we are looking through a narrow visual portal onto a small region of space. You have to move your eyes when you read because most of the page is blurry. We don't see this, because as soon as we become curious about part of the world, our eyes move there to fill in the detail before we see it was missing. While our eyes are in motion, we should see a blank blur, but our brain edits this out.

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