< img src=" /wp-content/uploads/2017/12/15560977_G.png" alt =" The majority of people can hear the audio despite the fact that there isn't any. (Image: Twitter: Lisa DeBruine, UK Artist: @IamHappyToast.)"
title=” The majority of people can hear the audio even though there isn’t any. (Image: Twitter: Lisa DeBruine, UK Artist: @IamHappyToast.)” border =” 0″ width =” 180 “/ > Most people can hear the audio although there isn’t any. (Picture: Twitter: Lisa DeBruine, UK Artist: @IamHappyToast.). (Meredith)– The human brain is odd. Like, actually strange. For example, did you ever think that the brain actually named itself? Well, how about this? Check out the gif, which was developed by @iamhappytoast, listed below. It doesn’t work for EVERYBODY, but many people can “hear” the audio despite the fact that there isn’t really any.
Lisa DeBruine published the gif to the internet, asking how this was even possible. The web, never ever short on “sofa scientists,” used some explanations.
One description is that your brain sees what would be a substantial shockwave and closes your ears to prevent the damage, which is the noise we all “hear,” despite the lack of audio.
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