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Why our "wandering brains" are wired to love art and nature

7 mins | Jul 4, 2021
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How our prehistoric inheritance gives us our love of beauty. Many of us know about 'pareidolia' — the process of finding meaningful images in visual patterns. But, as Thomas Nail explores, new research suggests that it indicates human creativity and could be why we have such an appreciation for beauty in the world.
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