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Thread: Visual Mis-Perceptions (As suggested by Xeno)

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    Default Re:Visual Mis-Perceptions (As suggested by Xeno)

    [quote author=Xenocrates link=board=1;threadid=1822;start=45#msg18884 date=1064683151]
    Find The Man's Head

    According to medical experiments:

    If you can find the Man's Head within 3 seconds, your right brain is more developed than normal people.
    If you can find the Man's Head within 1 minute, your right brain is developed normally.

    If you can find the Man's Head within 1-3 minutes, your right brain is slow in reacting, you should eat more meat protein.
    If you can find the Man's Head in 3 minutes or more, your right brain is a disaster... extremely slow in reacting, the only suggestion is please watch cartoons to help normally develop your right brain.

    AND YES THERE REALLY IS A MAN IN THERE.
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    Looking for a mans head in the whole picture: approx. .8 secs
    Relaizing that there was no head in the whole picture: approx. .5 secs
    Finding the head in the bottom left of the picture: .5 secs.

    Total: approx. 1.8 secs

    I'm too humble to brag.

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    Default Re:Visual Mis-Perceptions (As suggested by Xeno)

    it took me about 2-3 seconds...does that mean I can bend a spoon with my head now? :

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    Default Re:Visual Mis-Perceptions (As suggested by Xeno)

    Yes it does. I think we should start a club...Spoon Benders Annonymous.

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    Default Re:Visual Mis-Perceptions (As suggested by Xeno)

    ye but yur not allowed to touch the spoon in anyway.....

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