The perception of the senses is partially driven by the past experiences, the thoughts at the moment and the expectations for the future, in what is called top-down brain processing.1 This means that the minds’ background influences how senses are perceived. Thereupon, the sight can play tricks on the brain and vice-versa. For example, it is not uncommon to see shapes that look like objects and…


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