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Ep47 "Wheels rotate backwards on TV, but do they ever in real life?"

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Do our visual systems see in frames like a movie camera or instead analyze the world continuously? Why do you see multiple hands when you clap under yellow street lamps? How did Hollywood launch from the question of whether all four legs of a galloping horse come off the ground at once? And what is the very surprising thing that happens if you stare at your ceiling fan for a long time while it turns? This week’s episode is about visual perception -- and a series of eye-opening revelations about how the brain takes in information from the world.

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Neuroscientist and author David Eagleman discusses how our brain interprets the world and what that  
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