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Salvador Dalí at the age of 68. A new study using fractal analysis claims to find a correlation between artists, including Dalí, who were afflicted with cognitive diseases like Alzheimer's, and a change in their painting style over time. Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons.
Salvador Dalí at the age of 68. A new study using fractal analysis claims to find a correlation between artists, including Dalí, who were afflicted with cognitive diseases like Alzheimer's, and a change in their painting style over time. Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons.

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Ron Weasley's Howler, a prop from the film Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Courtesy of Prop Shop.

Ron Weasley’s Howler, a prop from the film Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Courtesy of Prop Shop.

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