posted on Jan, 10 2008 @ 06:34 PM
Originally posted by ignorant_ape
sheesh -- it is random
some one has to burst the bubble here - might as well be me
the " spin " is simply the image file changing the displayed image from one to the next , at a set speed - and in a calculated sequence
the " animation " in this case is made up of 34 individual images , comprising the different ` poses `
leave it alone for 4 hours - as i have and it changes direction a total of 9 times
so much for psychic powers
PS - i can predict that several people will jump on this reply and claim that they really can make changes happen
well - my answer is :
a - you are deluded
b- you are lying
an animated gif is simply a sequence of image changes and a refresh rate - it can be programmed to change
if you really beleve that you have the power to alter it - try the same tactic with another animated gif selected @ random from the web
if you have the pwer to change the instruction set in one file , you should be able to do it with any file
heck - throw away you KB and mouse and control the computer by the power of your mind
what amazes me is the psychology of such memes and peoples willingness to believe in them
Hi all, I've been reading threads for a while here now but never replied to any.
So here goes......
I'm affraid that you are wrong, my girlfriend and I both watched this at the same time on my laptop and we both saw it 'spinning' in oppersite
directions, ie I saw it spinning counter-clockwise while at the same time my girlfriend saw it spinning clockwise, we also could change it to go
either way at will. We had a giggle playing with this between us for a while!
But this does raise some rather heavy questions about our perception of 'reality'. If our brains alter something like this, what else does it alter
that it can't process?
Oh and by the way,
"if you have the pwer to change the instruction set in one file , you should be able to do it with any file"
this is not mind control over a file, simply an interesting exercise regarding brain functions!