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Looking At Ourselves Could Be The Worst Thing We Do

Cameras and mirrors have massive power

Thousands of years ago, before cameras and mirrors existed, you might have only ever seen your reflection in a pond, and you’d have had to look down to see it (when you were probably more concerned about collecting water).

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