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Past experiences shape what we see more than what we are looking at now. A new study argues that humans recognize what they are looking at by combining current sensory stimuli with comparisons to images stored in memory. (1)

Seeing what you see. Only because you have seen other things before.

Go back. And try to take a look at what you first saw.

Colour-blind: A surprisingly common problem... [White-balancing red skies]

There was nothing in the cosmos.

Just you.