The Clouded Crystal Ball: Creases of the Mind
Let us turn now to another aspect of distorted perception, one that does not reflect so strongly the frustrations of old men, but that highlights examples of clouded judgment based on sound experimental or theoretical grounds, that is, sound in terms of knowledge and understanding in their times.
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