I live a life of illusion (and so do you). My illusions include being a solid mass, living on a stationary planet.
I feel no pings of pain from the stream of neutrinos from space cruising through me at 186,282 miles per second. I’m not dizzy as I hurtle through space on a planet traveling around the sun at approximately 66,000 miles per hour.
Take a look at this video – how’s your eyesight?
“The optical illusion can highlight vision problems – people who might need glasses are often unable to pick out the fine details of Mr. Einstein’s face, and are left seeing an image of Ms. Monroe – but also points out a quirk in how the human brain processes visual information.”
“The MIT team that created “Marilyn Einstein” performed a series of experiments in which they showed participants the hybrid image for different lengths of time. When people saw the picture in just a brief flash of 30 milliseconds, they could only see Monroe – their brains simply didn’t have time to pick out the fine details of Einstein’s face, no matter what how close to or far away from the image they were. When they saw the picture for 150 milliseconds, they saw Einstein but not Monroe.”
Read the full article explaining the “Marilyn Einstein” illusion.