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#1 2007-12-23 08:21:25

Kahnsentrayshun
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From: Upland, California
Registered: 2007-01-21

Right or left brained?


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#2 2007-12-23 09:20:14

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Re: Right or left brained?

She IS a work of art--so incredibly beautiful, with the grace and tone of a ballet dancer. NOW, what was it that we were trying to do with our brains?

Talk about the dance of opposites, will you.


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#3 2007-12-23 14:12:44

nexus
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Re: Right or left brained?

You were trying to ascertain the direction of the spin titmouse.  Focus man.  There's your dance of opposites alright.  I see her spinning first one way then the other.  The only way to take subjectivity out of it is for two or three people to view the same monitor and report what they see.  See if the direction of the spin and the changes happen at the same time.

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#4 2007-12-23 15:55:42

Kahnsentrayshun
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Re: Right or left brained?

Some guy in the comments said, "his is killing me!

If I look at it and start to visualise navigating through a flowchart, she spins anti-clockwise.

But as soon as I change my thinking (while still looking at her) to visualise a colours and objects, she instantly starts so spin clockwise.

This thing is insane!"

I tried this and it works! I noticed that I need to concentrate on visualizing something for about 2-5 seconds before it switches directions, but it changes directions to counter clockwise almost instantly when I do something left brained like count.


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#5 2007-12-23 16:46:00

Sowelu
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Registered: 2005-06-26

Re: Right or left brained?


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~ Albert Einstein

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#6 2007-12-24 18:11:10

Antaeus
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Registered: 2007-07-06

Re: Right or left brained?

titmouse_ wrote:

She IS a work of art--so incredibly beautiful, with the grace and tone of a ballet dancer. NOW, what was it that we were trying to do with our brains?

Talk about the dance of opposites, will you.

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Hehehehe.  I kinda forgot as well.  The last time I looked at it.  It was turning counter-clockwise, but I could easily make it appear to be going the opposite direction by looking away for a second and returning my attention to it.  Today I can't.  It is going counter-clockwise only and I can't make it change direction.

It would be illusion if perceiving it going clockwise.  I forbid any further comment.  No comment for you, come back next year!

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