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Illusive Reality Experiment

An on-line adventure with some unexpected and interesting insight on us and the universe that surrounds us

First, a clarification. In order to begin this journey, that will take just a few minutes, you have to play by the rules.
The rules, by the way, are very simple, and all you need is just a little self discipline. There is no big brother watching over you. You will be your own judge.

That's it. Ready?

Clicking on the link below will take you (assuming Java is installed on your machine and is active in your browser) to a page with a small video screen with a green arrow at the bottom. Clicking on the green arrow will launch the movie.
In the short movie you will see a small group of boys and girls wearing black or white shirts that are playing with two balls.

Your goal is to count how many times the ball is passed by those wearing white shirts. It's that simple.

Remember, count just the passes of the ball by those wearing white.

(Do not run the movie more than once! - remember, self discipline)

Lets go, begin the journey.

Once the movie is over, write down the number of passes you have counted, come back to this page, and continue by clicking here.

If you wish to see more interesting stuff, click here.


Credits:
The video Daniel J. Simons

Ami Ben Basat -
Journalist, traveler
and adventurer

Joseph V. for sharing this.

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