Whether you saw the above dress as blue and black, or white and gold, someone has almost certainly told you that you're wrong. But you're not, and neither are they – it's both colours, depending ...
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For generations who've grown up on science fiction, not loving Leonard Nimoy was—as his Mr. Spock might say—highly illogical.
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Sun 1 Mar 15 from Gizmag
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