Seeing Things

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Doug Skinner talks about Pareidolia at The Ullage Group:

We have a remarkable ability to see patterns where there are none, to see pictures in clouds, smoke, and rocks.  We’re particularly prone to see faces, perhaps because facial recognition is such an important survival skill . . . skills that will increase our enjoyment of blobsquatch photos, miraculous images of Biblical personalities, Shaver rocks, huge sculptures on Mars, and other works of art.

Read entire article at The Ullage Group

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Read about pareidolia in my novel, Tamper

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