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Did you know people are naturally inclined to walk in circles? And it’s not because one leg is longer than another. Research shows the same person will randomly choose a different direction to walk in a circle. Sometimes that person will walk clockwise; sometimes that same person will walk counter-clockwise. You can give someone the correct directions, but, if you blindfold that person, nature overrides those directions. 


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