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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.
Either symmetricality (along one or more axes) or asymmetricality communicate some message, but not much of a specific one, as far as I can see. Although snowflake pics are pretty recognizable.
>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.
I've never seen a color rorscach, but that does not mean that they don't exist. However, since warm vs. cool colors do communicate an introvert vs. extrovert message, I would guess against them. Moire (kinduva false brown) would happen if the apprehender had poor eyesight and could not distinguish between the inked and noninked portions. I would guess that the apprehender's eyesight would be known and they would be provided with proper spectacles. If they're being checked for psychological anomalies, they would have most likely been previously checked for visual acuity.
>In any event, they are a very good, very interesting, very captivating
>subject to dip a discussion about information into.
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