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Old 09-28-2005, 07:21 PM
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Does Gender effect your ability to see optical Illusions..
I haven't tested it yet but I think gender doesn't affect your ability to read them at all
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That would be fun to test, but you would need like 50 men, and 50 women. Maybe 50 boys and 50 girls.


I wonder what the outcome would be..... i would agree with you tho.
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[url]http://www.madsci.org/posts/archives/jan2002/1012075353.Gb.r.html[/url]

Looks like someone's done this before :P

come to think of it, if gender were a factor, then magicians who employ optical illusions would have a tough time (at least with half of their audience!)
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Hmm oh well...should have done my research before I posted ..thanks mad
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I think that this might be a good science fair project for me to try next year. Thanks Boredom!
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