What do you see in the picture below? Is the lady turning clockwise or anti-clockwise?
If you see this lady turning clockwise you are using your right brain. If you see her turning anti-clockwise, you are using your left brain. Some people can see her turning both ways, but most people see her only one way. See if you can make her go one way and then the other by shifting the brain’s current. If you can switch between seeing her turn either way at will without shifting your gaze, your IQ is above 160 … which is almost at genius level!
This was devised at Yale University for a 5 year study on the human brain and its functions.
Only 14% of the US population can see her move both ways.
In case you haven't seen this Soldier who is now competing on "America's Got Talent," His name is SPC Daniel Jens. SPC Jens was on Tuesday's show--he made it thru the first round before the judges, so he will now be going before the Vegas competition. He definitely has talent!
Right now it’s in the top ten. It’s on what’s called a Plexo, which means people vote for the various lenses they like. Whichever comes out on top will win on March 30th.
You have to be a member of Squidoo to vote, which I would recommend to anyone—even if they weren’t voting. It’s very easy to do and Squidoo is a great site. The plexo will direct you to the registration page if you're not already a member of Squidoo.
AlegrÃa (Spanish for "joy") is a touring Cirque du Soleil show.
AlegrÃa (Spanish for "jubilation") is one of Cirque du Soleil's most popular touring shows. It is about hope and perseverence. The main theme behind AlegrÃa is the misuse of power, be it from kings, tyrants or dictators. The show is meant to inspire us to be better individuals and to work together with our fellow man. It is a glimpse of the horrors of our past and the great possibilites of our future.