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hey Mark, did you notice this weird part in the article about time being from left-to-write?
“Just minimal exposure to another language can change the way people think, even about time. In the 1970s, researchers discovered that for English-speaking children, time goes from left to right. By contrast, Arab children think in the opposite way, and those just learning English represented time in both directions.”

What are they on about??? Time, not text, going from right to left? How’s that??? Am I missing something obvious?