Nov 9, 2016

Pareidolia : Seeing Faces/Patterns in Clouds, Food...


What is Pareidolia ? The World English Dictionary explains the term as  "the imagined perception of a pattern or meaning where it does not actually exist". Most of you have not heard about the term Pareidolia but everyone would have experienced it. Have you seen patterns in the clouds, in the shoes, mosaic floors, trees, vehicles and in other places ? It is how you make patterns of face, animals in the clouds and in the above mentioned things.

Why Pareidolia Happens ?

Many studies and researches confirm that Pareidolia provides a psychological determination for many delusions that involve the senses but it believed that it is most often has religious tones. A study in Finland found that the Pareidolia happens for religious people and for people who believe in supernatural powers. They tend to see faces in lifeless objects and landscapes.

The greatest artist of all time, inventor of many things and a designer Leonardo da Vinci, in his extensive book wrote "If you look at any walls spotted with various stains or with a mixture of different kinds of stones, if you are about to invent some scene you will be able to see in it a resemblance to various different landscapes adorned with mountains, rivers, rocks, trees, plains, wide valleys, and various groups of hills,".

Pareidolia : Seeing Faces/Patterns in Clouds, Food...

Oct 31, 2016

Real Names of Iru Malargal Serial Pragya / Ammu/ Abhi / Thanu and others

Iru Malargal Serial Pragya Real Name - Sriti Jha

Sriti Jha

Oct 25, 2016

Royal Enfield Custom Builts - Mo Powa, Dirty Duck and Others

Royal Enfield Custom Bikes

Here are the custom built bikes from Royal Enfield – Royal Enfield Mo Powa and Dirty Ducks.

Reckoning about the Mo Powa, the official website of RoyalEnfield UK quotes “Mo' Powa' is our rendition of a Dragster-meets-Mad Max motorcycle that exploits built-in Survive Anything characteristics of any Royal Enfield. We decided to add a brutish appeal to the Classic 500 without losing the beauty of its traditional form.”