The legendary TV writer and producer urges viewers to not get too caught up on past mistakes and messy history.
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by Big Think Editors
Your retina does not have individual cells programmed to see yellow. Then how can it tell your brain that you're seeing the color? It turns out that it's easy to lie to the brain. Our friends at VSauce explain how.
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