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This video can read minds

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We all like to think that we're a bit quirky - a unique, one-off personality that no-one can predict, or tame. Yeah, we're basically all unrestrained rock stars that can't be tied down.

Or maybe not, maybe we all think the same, old things - if this cool problem courtesy of Richard Wiseman is anything to go by.

Play the video, follow the instructions, and see what happens.

We're not 100% sure how this works - it could be magic, it could be sorcery, it could be explained by utilising graph theory and the seven bridges of Königsberg.

But it's probably magic.

(Image: YouTube)

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