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The 2nd task of BLINK

So, when should we trust our instinct, and when should we be wary of them?


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This book is very complex for me. It is different. I highly recommend for you to read the whole book. There are so much stories and information served into bits for easier comprehension. You never know what you'll learn from BLINK.

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