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Well, quite frankly I'm shocked! I would have thought that to take a 'mental photograph' of a page, the information on the page must be readable!!! If it's blurred and unreadable, how can the mind make sense of it? Or does the information bypass even the retina?

I am extremely new to the photoreading idea, having only received the book last friday, although I've been looking into the idea for about the past 3 years!


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