By Josh Witten | July 17th 2010 06:43 PM | 3 comments | Print | E-mail | Track Comments
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    Yes, my two year old is already a better artist than me, and you, and possibly some of those featured at the Tate Modern (but that could be the fatherhood talking).
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    Parental pride is all very well, but it is no excuse for confirmation bias.

    A truly objective observer will see at once the ambiguity that the proud parent fails to spot.

    It is impossible to determine whether this illustration is of Delphinus capensis or Tursiops truncatus.
    We actually checked this. The variance the design is meant to allow the design to reference the entirety of the Delphinidae. Therefore, "dolphin", although a pedant could argue the title should be the awkward ocean-going dolphin.
    Darn design variance!  You got me!