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Originally posted by justsomeboreddude
So you are saying that you ran from a woman because she scared you with her echo voice? I would have kept that one to myself.
Originally posted by CherryDuck
xstealth would you be able to invert the foggy image?
One you can see a little eww thing grabbing at the weedeater. as if to turn it back on..like luring me to grab the weedeater or something.
almost vampire/gnome looking without a hat.
Other pic i took i got what appears to be 2 eyes and a mouth but it's lit up..as if light's ..wierd..
Originally posted by fooffstarr
reply to post by kinda kurious
I already apologized a page back. Now who's being the xxxx?
You haven't made a mistake before in your life?
The term pareidolia (pronounced /pærɪˈdoʊliə/) describes 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,
Carl Sagan hypothesized that as a survival technique, human beings are "hard-wired" from birth to identify the human face. This allows people to use only minimal details to recognize faces from a distance and in poor visibility but can also lead them to interpret random images or patterns of light and shade as being faces.
A 2009 magnetoencephalography study found that objects incidentally perceived as faces evoke an early (165 ms) activation in the ventral fusiform cortex, at a time and location similar to that evoked by faces, whereas other common objects do not evoke such activation. This activation is similar to a slightly earlier peak at 130 ms seen for images of real faces. The authors suggest that face perception evoked by face-like objects is a relatively early process, and not a late cognitive reinterpretation phenomenon
More activity with 'seemingly' intelligence,
Saturday, February 7th, 2009
After my wife left the house at around 12:30p to go to a movie with her friend, my grandson left the house at around 2pm to go into town for awhile.
At appox. 2:30p, I dead bolted the front door and checked the back door which was locked as well. Took a 15 min shower. Sat on the couch to watch a bit of TV. At appox 4:30pm, my wife pulls in from the movie, I go to open the door for her and find the deadbolt
Still need to check with the grandson if he came back, but, I'm 99.9% positive he didn't return till 5pm. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------
Last night, February 9th, 2009
After feeling a bit sleepy at around 11pm, I went to bed, woke back up about 1am this morning;couldn't get back to sleep.
I felt as if I slept 6 hours in an hour. Laid in bed for another hour and half; got up, played on the computer for about an hour. After getting into bed, laying there for 5 mins, lights off; then all of the sudden the middle of the bed was being pushed up and down 3 times; as if someone was underneath it pushing it up from the bottom or on top of it pushing it from the top.
As I laid there, for a sec thinking it was my wife, I said... " honey, was that you?"
WIFE: "hmmm...no thought that was you!"
...seconds later, it did it again as if someone was pushing the middle of our queen sized bed straight up from the bottom!! It did it 3 times again! After checking under the bed, I couldn't see anything and something that big would had have to be fairly big to push a queen sized bed straight up from the center, whether it was from the bottom or the top, enough to practically roll me out of bed.