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A Question & A Prize by Antoine Bargel
When you look at someone’s reflexion in the window of a metro car, someone sitting across from you, and their reflexion seems to look you right back in the eyes, does it mean that they are also looking at the eyes of your reflexion, and therefore the whole matter counts as eye contact, mathematically, or not? Of the answer would derive many merry encounters between strangers with a taste for each other, or less unwanted approaches by geometrically misguided seducers. So I am offering a reward of one minute of eye contact with me to whomever can provide the demonstration.
The SHORT TALE 100 – JANUARY 2017