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Which side do you belong to?

Snapper 16 4.5k 3 United States Outlying Islands
24 Dec 2007 12:54AM
The link below has a visual test to see which side of your brain is dominant, and it is quite interesting just to have a look at it as there is absolutely no effort involved. There is, however, the remote possibility that some might see this as Adult/NSFW, so that's a clear advisory to look at it from home.

Right or Left?

And whichever one dominates, here's wishing you all the best for the festive season! Smile
cameracat 17 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
24 Dec 2007 1:10AM
That's amusing, I had seen it before, And still it's going clockwise, Although I did see it go anticlockwise for short bursts of about 3 or 4 revolutions.....Guess thats when the left side wakes up......Smile

I think it's gone back to sleep now.....So I'll be all Right..........Smile

Regards & Have a good one.....!

Sus 16 3.2k 9 England
24 Dec 2007 1:11AM
There is no concievable way that she is turning anticlockwise - it just doesn't work - sorry I don't think this is a true test!
jeanie Plus
17 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
24 Dec 2007 1:16AM
looking at the reflection, it confirms she is going clockwise..... or am I misssing something.?
Sus 16 3.2k 9 England
24 Dec 2007 1:18AM
ok, true test, weird! Sorry I doubted it. We were both looking at it, agreed anti clockwise, then I saw clockwise, then he saw clockwise, then I saw anti clockwise again, but I'm still seeing clockwise.........
keith selmes 17 7.4k 1 United Kingdom
24 Dec 2007 1:26AM
She's obviously going clockwise - at least she is if you're a person who is into imagination, feeling, symbols and images, spatial perception, appreciation - like a photographer for example ...
CarlSN 13 372 1 United Kingdom
24 Dec 2007 1:33AM
For me it's definately clockwise, but then again am I just fantisying about it.
sidaorb 15 3.9k 2 England
24 Dec 2007 1:35AM
Jeanie how many have you had tonight?? lol
Not gonna try the link as still at work.
Sus 16 3.2k 9 England
24 Dec 2007 1:43AM
If you look down at her feet then up again it may change.
24 Dec 2007 1:49AM
A fly is flying along the railway tracks at 10 mph. he meets the express coming at 80mph the opposite direction, so obviously the fly ends up going at 80mph the opposite direction. therefore the fly was going one way, then the opposite way, so for a fraction of a second the fly was stopped and going nowhere. A fly weighs 3/8ths of 5/9ths of f**k all and a locomotive weighs 100's of tons so if for a minute period of time the fly wasn't going anywhere, or in other words, stopped, for how long and why, was the train stopped?

(The solution is in inverse proportion to Boyle's Law and shows how the lady only seems to rotate clockwise, when in actual fact she is demonstrating a contredanz doublepoint in an anticlockwise movement!)
jeanie Plus
17 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
24 Dec 2007 1:50AM
LOL 3 - Got CTO Smile
We dont have access from work Sad
24 Dec 2007 1:52AM
If I concentrate I can make her change direction, one way then the other then back. Weird.
User_Removed 17 17.9k 8 Norway
24 Dec 2007 7:45AM
Started out Anti-clock - looked at the text and then back at the figure. Now it was Clockwise...

kombizz 16 601 1 United States
24 Dec 2007 8:13AM
it seems she turns round CW & ACW !
mdpontin 17 6.0k Scotland
24 Dec 2007 8:20AM
It's posted on an Australian site so the correct answer is: "She'll be right". (Or possibly, "She'll be right, mate") Wink

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