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>Left-right symmetricality and color (black on white) would seem to be the
>only thing that individual rorshach blots have in common.
Well, yes, but, seriously, left-right symmetry is _a lot_ of _stuff_
(recognitions, forms, mirrorings...) in this natural world.
And, there are Rorschach blots with color in them, are there not? (I
could be wrong about that. I actually have never seen the real Rorschach
blots.) If there are not, for some reason I am thinking that the false
color of moiré might happen in them also.
In any event, they are a very good, very interesting, very captivating
subject to dip a discussion about information into.
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