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Visual Illusions

Scientist have long since discovered that what we perceive as a color may not be the color in front of us. Simple changes of sunlight or having a different color surround the color in question can trick our brain into thinking we are seeing something else.

Lotto Lab, over in the UK, has done extensive research on the illusions our brain perceives and why it may be necessary for our survival. This is a great Ted Talks video from Dr. Beau Lotto. Check it out – did YOU see the color correctly?

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Adam Levine – missing a little sumpin-sumpin


So Adam Levine posed with his girlfriend in the Russian Vogue or Журнал VOGUE (for those who speak Russian).

Look, I’m all for Photoshop. I’m guilty of taking the family photos and “relaxing” wrinkles and “powdering” shiny spots on faces…but take a look at the photo. Notice anything missing? How about his entire small intestine and a kidney or two. Did NOBODY in all of Russia notice this? Did Adam Levine notice this? I think to a certain degree we all delude ourselves into what we really look like…however even when I’ve felt my hottest I could still see my stomach.

I feel badly for the guy. I mean, he’s missing a good portion of his innards…although I have heard that the guts are the one portion of your body that can continue to work on the outside of your body. Maybe his colon was like a drag queen’s tuck job, maybe it was just taped behind him.

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Awesome animation.

PencilHead from qwaqa on Vimeo.

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