More pew pew, less QQ.
Just like humans, goats prefer hanging out with happy people.
Does this mean we see everything through a bird’s eye view?
The findings suggest that this ability evolved before the human neocortex appeared.
Our perception of the world isn’t a crystal-clear reflection of reality.
Color is hardwired into the brain.
There’s a thin line between hero and villain — one we redraw quite liberally.
The pen is mightier than the clock too, it seems.
If you want to an objective opinion, you should ask a baby.
Our perception does not always reflect reality, as evidenced by numerous studies. The information sent by the eyes to the brain is processed and contains many short-cuts and assumptions which makes things more optimized, but also leads to biases. One study, for instance, found that people who are overweight will judge an object as being farther than it really is. This suggests that physical characteristics — people who thought they were overweight, but weren’t in fact, did not share this bias — plays a major role in defining perception.
I am sorry to break it to you, but you can never truly kiss anyone. But hey, It’s not your fault! This is a consequence of the fact that two atoms can never really touch each other.
There’s an extremely fine line between delusion and grand vision – it’s enough just to take a look back in history and you’ll find a myriad of examples where great minds who justly challenged the status quo were labeled insane, and in some even more unfortunate times, heretics. That’s not to say that behind every conspiracy theorist or person who