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  • timmyson

    When I was younger, I used to point out things as interesting animated creatures, though my mother could see that it was just a garbage bag in a tree or something. She wondered if there was something wrong with my vision, so I learned to keep quiet about it. While I don’t wear glasses, her distance vision is much better than mine, still.

    Do you think there is significant variation in how one’s pareidolia is tuned, or was it more likely just that my vision was a little blurrier than my mother’s?

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