Clones and Donors Have Opposite Inclinations (in Vision)

Oronzo Parlangeli & Sergio Roncato

Università di Padova, Italy
Clones and Donors Have Opposite Inclinations (in vision)

Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 show the same inducing pattern.
However, if the blue lines in fig 1 are seen as donors, we can easily appreciate that when they give birth to two clones as in fig 2, these clones grow apart and they show a diametrically opposed inclination: convex lines become concave and concave lines becomes convex.
A clone for each donor is sufficient to produce the effect.

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