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What do yo hear? 'Yanny' or 'Laurel'
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RE: What do yo hear? 'Yanny' or 'Laurel'
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RE: What do yo hear? 'Yanny' or 'Laurel'
PioneerSpirit  Wrote: (05-16-2018 06:15 PM)
LOP Secret Agent  Wrote: (05-16-2018 03:46 PM)
If you are older, it's harder to hear higher frequencies. Therefore, if you are older, you may have less chances of hearing Laurel. Jhikpghf

I"m 60. I hear 'Laurel'.
So .. how old is 'older'??? chuckle

I think I made a mistake here. Sorry.

This article says it's the opposite.

https://www.vox.com/2018/5/16/17358774/y...-explained
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Post: #33
RE: What do yo hear? 'Yanny' or 'Laurel'
Here it's reverse..


75% of people see a gold and white dress and the 25% of people with a more super sight see the dress in it's real colour black and blue..


Colour blind would be seen as the disability.. then you have people who can perceive colour better in dim or dimmer light.. like in this case..


You can even tilt the screen back or move further back enough away from the photo to see the full colour..


But in Laurel and Yanny.. 75% hear Laurel with the better high pitch hearing..



Although I got a feeling with the yanny.. it's similar like the sound from Iphones etc..



I.e. everybody agrees when the pitches are at the two extremes..


Or maybe it's like the photo I.e. two people see a gold/white and black/blue dress at the same time?
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Or you can just squint your eyes..
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RE: What do yo hear? 'Yanny' or 'Laurel'
The web site that holds the link keeps changing the sound
so depending at what time you test it, you will hear something different

If I agreed with you, we'd both be wrong.
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Ultralightheavyweight  Wrote: (05-16-2018 09:32 PM)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_dress

The dress looks black and blue if I'm standing very far from the computer, but it turns white and gold if I stare close to the picture.

I guess it's a question of far-sightednes vs. near-sightedness. Jhikpghf
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Post: #38
RE: What do yo hear? 'Yanny' or 'Laurel'
The dress is violet, and gold.

I hear Laurel, so clearly that I wonder if any talk of Yanny, is a prank.

I can imagine a confusion about the dress color.
I am suspicious, about Yany.
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Look i think they fkin withbthe stupid people. On the twtter it says 'laurel' then hour ago i watched sky news an it sed 'yanny' . Check numerous sources an make educated guess. Mebbe i must make a recording of 'feck' and people hear 'grapefruit' frequencies shmequencies
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RE: What do yo hear? 'Yanny' or 'Laurel'
The dress must be because some people have trouble seeing red and green, or emphasize the blue they are.

Yellow/gold, is a mixture of red and green light. No blue there. The violet has all red, blue, green. But more blue. Tad more red.
An investigation of the RBG, numerical values of the pixels, in an area, would solve the mystery there.
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RE: What do yo hear? 'Yanny' or 'Laurel'
My point is there's examples of really high laurel pitches and really low yanny pitches on the internet to emphasize.. my point is people don't confuse the two extremes..


So the Iphone or computer must be pumping out 2 versions..


Rather than the photo where 2 people see the two extremes at the same time..
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It does actually explain here.. to confirm what I'm saying..




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RE: What do yo hear? 'Yanny' or 'Laurel'
If you have a CRY monitor, you can see the red, blue, and green, pixels, separately, with a magnifying glass.
I havnt tried it on an LCD screen.
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It is just a test to determine what percentage of you are willing to reject your own sensory data in favor of the official story.
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