posted on May, 21 2016 @ 07:34 AM
I watched, but I didn't see anything.
That's not to say someone else won't see something. The human visual recognition algorithm works by pattern recognition. Any visual information,
especially something as randomized as clouds, is compared to known visual patterns subconsciously. Faces, letters, animal shapes... any pattern which
is well-known is used and it is very probable at least one such pattern will partially match. The brain fills in the rest.
What one is thinking about at the moment also has influence, since those patterns are already focused in the consciounessness.
It's how the brain manages to recognize shapes so fast. Some cutting-edge visual recognition technology uses a similar algorithm.