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Really unbelievable example of what "fake it until you make it" looks like even when it's not intentional.

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Simon

Thanks for your comment, it made me want to watch!
It was indeed an unbelievable experiment. I was blown away to see, firsthand, the power of belief in action in this documentary.

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