I am taking April off from Disperser Tracks, from reading blogs, from Facebook, from Twitter, and from the Internet in general. I plan to return (virtually) live on May 1st.
Meanwhile, I scheduled a few posts (like this one) to go live during April . . . like a blog heartbeat of sorts.
I should mention, I am not monitoring comments. I will eventually read them in May, but if anyone has a question, the best bet is to send me an e-mail.
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Pareidolia: a psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant. Common examples include seeing images of animals or faces in clouds, the man in the moon or the Moon rabbit.
Once you begin to notice faces, you see them all over the place. In these next two examples, for instance, when you bake bread (using a bread maker machine) with chocolate chunks in them . . .
Sometimes seeing faces interrupts my snacking (and that’s saying something). These next two can be seen either a bird or someone yelling (sometimes, once you see one, you can’t see the other).
Potatoes are another source of face-seeing . . .
Can you see it? There are two faces; one for the whole potato, and one just for the upper half. Take your pick.
Peppers occasionally will provide a surprise inside:
Looks a bit like Walter, John Dunham’s ventriloquist dummy. Eh, maybe not.
Say you are at an airplane museum . . . you’re likely to see E.T.:
He wants to go home . . .
In conclusion, show any three dots to most people and they will see a face. Check out any electrical outlet (wall plug) or even this fan blade.
Now that you know, be on the lookout for them . . . they are everywhere!
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