posted on Jun, 26 2013 @ 02:30 PM
reply to post by SkepticOverlord
I agree Skeptic, too me it looked like something that it evidently is not, more than a coincidence if anything.
I have read a lot of the works of Robert Anton Wilson among others and it is my opinion that everything we see is biased by our measurement
instrument, i.e. our brain. I say biased because it has been proven that the brains ability to recall information is somewhat limited, and in such
circumstances it 'fills in the gap' with what it thinks it saw.
In this case I saw an image and through my 'filter' (my eyes) my brain couldn't make a logical connection and it searched the library and made a
connection to a similar image, i.e. Osama. The plane in the top left undoubtedly would have influenced this decision, as it would have added weight to
the fact that this was related to Osama through association.
In essence every single one of us will interpret something different to everyone else, no two 'measurements' will ever be the same. To me that
proves that reality is simply a construct of our own thought process, an interesting axiom.
In summary; just because Skeptic didn't agree, it doesn't mean there is a reason for it! It is just both your measurements don't match up! I think
if people thought about such things for long enough there would never be any disagreements again.... But yet again we would probably all fall to
Anarchy so fast that we would destroy each other before we had chance to begin to disagree!