Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#41  Postby wunksta » May 04, 2010 6:58 am

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i see whats going on in this thread.....

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and it makes me happy

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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#42  Postby Rumbelow » May 17, 2010 1:16 pm

I'm sorry but the face on the banana is definitely Michael Jackson...how could they get it so wrong?
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Re: Jesus appears on discarded piece of chewing gum

#43  Postby Eager non-theist » Jul 24, 2010 5:54 am

Paula1 wrote:I usually do see the jesus likeness but not this time :nono:
That's probably because you're looking for an actual face, you need to specifically look for a "Picasso Jesus", it is chewed gum after all :roll: .
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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#44  Postby Dries van Tonder » Jul 24, 2010 6:52 am

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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#45  Postby Samuel » Aug 04, 2010 7:12 am

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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#46  Postby THWOTH » Aug 04, 2010 8:09 am

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Re: Pizzeria worker sees Jesus in sauce bucket

#47  Postby Bud's Brain » Sep 28, 2010 4:03 pm

I'm With Stupid wrote:[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpS5KRLGSmg[/youtube]


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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#48  Postby Tim Danaher » Jan 22, 2011 10:34 am

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Posted this one before: either you get it straight away or you don't, but once you see it, it's impossible to 'unsee' it...
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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#49  Postby charlie1986 » Jan 30, 2011 1:48 pm

It always amuses me how they always Acknowledge 1 hit and ignore all the misses.

I mean... Doesnt it prove more so that there is no god evidently with all of those misses?

This way of thinking always falls flat on its face with the counter argument taking into account all of the misses as evidence for the opposite conclusion.
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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#50  Postby charlie1986 » Jan 30, 2011 1:50 pm

Tim Danaher wrote:Image

Posted this one before: either you get it straight away or you don't, but once you see it, it's impossible to 'unsee' it...


I dont see it.. Dont know what I'm looking for.. Tell me what I'm supposed to looking for, I'm sure I'll see it :P
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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#51  Postby Durro » Jan 31, 2011 9:21 am

A cow poking its head over a fence.
I'll start believing in Astrology the day that all Sagittarians get hit by a bus, as predicted.
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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#52  Postby Animavore » Jan 31, 2011 9:24 am

Tim Danaher wrote:Image

Posted this one before: either you get it straight away or you don't, but once you see it, it's impossible to 'unsee' it...


I can see what I'm supposed to see, what I can't see is what it actually is.
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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#53  Postby charlie1986 » Feb 01, 2011 5:10 pm

I once saw a robed man standing in the middle of the street for no apparent reason with a cross around his neck.
Does that count?
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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#54  Postby DoctorE » Feb 11, 2011 5:52 pm

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hs84lTtbwlA[/youtube]
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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#55  Postby DoctorE » Feb 19, 2011 3:44 pm

You want to buy it? :)

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Lou Balducci of Mission Viejo sent NBCLA photos of a wooden rocking chair he was planning on throwing away.

“Last week, I noticed this image of Jesus on the chair. I don’t know how it got there, but it is clearly an image of Jesus,” wrote Balducci in an e-mail.

Balducci says he’s not “overly religious,” but the appearance of the Messiah has him questioning his beliefs.

“When I first saw the image, I didn’t know what to think. As I thought about it, I was thinking that maybe it was a sign of some kind. But not being overly religious, I was a little confused,” he said.

“We showed it to our housekeeper and she said it was a sign that our house and our family was being blessed. …My in-laws are very religious and also believe that it is a blessing,” Balducci said.

Balducci says he’s had the chair for more than 10 years and has never noticed the image of Jesus.

“I am not sure what I want to do with it. Right now, I am enjoying having it in my home and showing it to friends and family,” Balducci said.

Src: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41630523/ns ... ngeles_ca/
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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#56  Postby Varangian » Feb 20, 2011 11:16 pm

DoctorE wrote:You want to buy it? :)

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Lou Balducci of Mission Viejo sent NBCLA photos of a wooden rocking chair he was planning on throwing away.

“Last week, I noticed this image of Jesus on the chair. I don’t know how it got there, but it is clearly an image of Jesus,” wrote Balducci in an e-mail.

Balducci says he’s not “overly religious,” but the appearance of the Messiah has him questioning his beliefs.

“When I first saw the image, I didn’t know what to think. As I thought about it, I was thinking that maybe it was a sign of some kind. But not being overly religious, I was a little confused,” he said.

“We showed it to our housekeeper and she said it was a sign that our house and our family was being blessed. …My in-laws are very religious and also believe that it is a blessing,” Balducci said.

Balducci says he’s had the chair for more than 10 years and has never noticed the image of Jesus.

“I am not sure what I want to do with it. Right now, I am enjoying having it in my home and showing it to friends and family,” Balducci said.

Src: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41630523/ns ... ngeles_ca/

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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#57  Postby Tim Danaher » Jun 11, 2011 5:41 pm

This one is fucking crazy: you can see the pareidolic (?) image instantly, but what it actually is, is much harder to see:
Edit: Jeez, I just showed this to my soon-to-be ex-wife, and she said "yes, so what, it's two people and a head." The fact that there seems to be a four-foot tall, disembodied Jesus head floating between two people bothered her not one jot.
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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#58  Postby John P. M. » Jun 11, 2011 6:11 pm

Tim Danaher wrote:Image

Posted this one before: either you get it straight away or you don't, but once you see it, it's impossible to 'unsee' it...


Not sure what everyone else is seeing (except the cow, once they see it), but I now see both the cow, and what seems to me to be an X-ray of a skull, possibly ape or human, from the left side. The eye socket being the 'cow's' right ear (the large dark patch on the left of the image), and the 'fence' being the teeth of the skull. I apologize if this is self evident to most people. :shifty:
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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#59  Postby Scarlett » Jun 11, 2011 7:42 pm

Thanks for that John, I couldn't see anything at all, but it's a cow right enough.
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Re: Pareidolia: 'Seeing is believing'

#60  Postby DoctorE » Jun 23, 2011 11:27 am

Hurry up, Jesus chair is for sale
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