I’m a big fan of science fiction – specially Isaac Asimov, the father of 3 laws of robotics. If you haven’t heard of him, he’s the guy that wrote “I, Robot” and “Bicentennial Man”. I’ve just finished reading his Foundation series, which received him a Hugo award. You’ve got to read this – best SF ever, in my opinion. Anyhow, this is the reason I’ve entitled this post “Stars like dust“, which is another novel by the same author that I’m preparing to read. But let’s jump to our regular illusion business. I found this picture below quite amusing. It’s the same old “checkers” story again, only this time in another example. The goal is to make yourself believe that both stars (A and B) are of the same color. Not so easy, ayeh? You can see the proof inside. By the way, I’m in some sort of developing over the last few weeks (connected with this site), so be sure to check regularly. I may have another surprise for you.
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