posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 11:15 PM
reply to post by Exoviewer
Shape Recognition. Some people have got it and some people don't. What I've noticed is that a higher percent of left handed people have good
shape and symbol recognition the the rest of society.
I have a very good sense of shapes and perspective. I am very adept at spatial orientation, especially with visual puzzles. I can look at a shelf or
a cupboard or a packing box or the trunk (boot) of a car, then at the items that need to go in, and use every cubic inch to the best effect.
Compared to others, or so I've 'noticed'. AND, I'm firmly right-handed. In fact, of all the 'lefties' I know, nearly every one of them are
horrid in ability to pack, or to think 'outside the box' when orienting objects, or just in organizing a closet!
Pattern recognition seems to me to be mostly left brain/right brain, but even then there is cross-over. Maybe it just needs a good dose of
imagination to see 'shapes'...like in clouds, for instance?
Having said that, can you account for the appearance of, for want of a better term, 'erosion' on those shapes you see? Because, whilst it's
obvious here on Earth that weather plays a great factor in deteriorating the constructed 'shapes', the lack of atmosphere and other erosive forces
(well...we have asteroids, but they usually obliterate) on the Moon would mean, I think, that any structures would remain mostly pristine for