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Optical Illusion: Tracking the trajectory of a curveball

In baseball, a good curveball can turn a hitter's legs to jelly, traveling on a devastating arc that causes him to wave his bat awkwardly at where the baseball used to be. In science, a good curveball can tell researchers a lot about the differences between what a person sees when an object is viewed via the eye's narrow band of central (or foveal) vision, compared with what the object looks like when spotted through one's peripheral vision.
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Black Void Optical Illusion

Odd : Mighty Optical Illusions (last year)

I’m simply going to refer to this optical illusion as the black void optical illusion. The aim of the game is to take a good long look at this illusion and tell me exactly what you see. Numerous people have reported seeing different... Read Post

Hidden Deer Optical Illusion

Odd : Mighty Optical Illusions (10 months ago)

Yesterday, I posted up another brain teaser optical illusion, because I know all of you love brain teasers. If you didn’t check it out, it’s called the Bent Legs Optical Illusion and a lot of you left comments here and on the Facebo... Read Post

Bill Nye Talks About Wormholes, Time Travel, and Paradoxes With VSauce - Science!!

Odd : Geekosystem (18 hours ago)

Time is an illusion, lunch time doubly so. That's why Jake from VSauce3 figured it would be a good idea to explain just what makes your average time travel paradox tick, by enlisting the help of our favorite Science Guy himself. You... Read Post


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