posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 11:16 AM
One trait that all humans share is the ability to pick out shapes and forms from apparently random objects. Humans are all excellent at finding and
recognising shapes/patterns in seemingly random data. Sadly most of the time random data is all that it is, The rest is just the human brain
attempting to make sense of what it's being presented with by sight/sound/smell/touch/taste. Often fear or excitement even memory plays a part too.
That shapes what you think. So what might look like (to one person) an overexposed photo of someone stood too close to the camera when the flash went
off, might look like (to someone else) a ghost of an ex partner/family member/ufo/whatever.
Human perception is an amazingly un-trustworthy thing. You ask 10 people who all saw the same event to describe what they saw and you will get 10
different stories each one shaped by their own perception.