Is that a little gray alien walking past the bear?
Looks like a little GREEN alien to me.
I didn’t pay it much attention before you mentioned it; I thought it was just a human figure. Maybe that’s Nathan’s point.
Is it weird that I noticed the alien first, and wrote off the bear as a hill in the distance or something?
Yes, yes it is. Weirdo. :)
Dude, that’s just ASKING to be bear food! :P
Looke like a GREEN alien to me. :-)
I didn’t pay it much attention before you mentioned it. Maybe that’s Nathan’s point.
Is the alien running away from the bear?
I believe this link is now obligatory at this point: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ahg6qcgoay4
I’m sure there’s a correlation between AD(H)D symptoms and perception. The first time I saw a similar presentation I was appalled at the lack of perception of my colleagues. “Why can’t you get the answer(s) right? I know I did.”
This experience convinced me that AD(H)D is a behavioral adaptation that, though perhaps more challenging in our sedentary world, could have been selected for in a hunter-gatherer-predator-prey world.
I’ve had the same suspicion, but would need an actual randomized controlled trial to be convinced.
From what [very] little I’ve read on it, ADHD seems to be more correlated with “working memory” deficiencies, while perception errors tend to go with SPD. (Working memory is coming up in a couple of pages.)
Interestin analysis on ADHD. http://go.ted.com/D5N
I’m guessing it’s one of those aliens from Signs, right?
That was a touch of genius, really, I’m applauding it inside.
Nice touch with the hidden-in-plain-sight humanoid.