Ever curious about the game of life, I love illusion and how that affects me. So always on the look out for ways that explain the illusion of life. I often end up with quantum physics, astronomical math, fractals, the work on crystals by Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto.
Now and then it crosses my path. The same happened last night when I surfed on the Internet by clicking Blogroll links. I ended up at a blog called scienceroll.
It is made by medical student Bertalan Meskó. His aim is “to make medicine, genetics more readable even for those who are not too interested in these. That’s why I mostly write about genetic testing, newborn screening, the most important news on genetics and, of course, pop-medicine.” Be sure to check his page on his best posts if you are into this kind of thing.
And yes! I found a great link at the weblog of Bertalan to the optical illusions page of the German guy Michael Bach. On his website he demonstrates visual phenomena and optical illusions. It is a wonderful sight to see all the possible topics turning and moving in their little squares. It makes curious and is inviting to the eye and the mind. Circles rotating, colors moving, shapes and forms, faces, coffee beans even. I have not done them all but this is better than spending time at playing Sudoku online.
The images on top are of Michael Bach’s website. I have not been able to make a link directly through the picture to his website. Any help would be welcome here. From left to right this are the links
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