This Guy’s Balls Roll Uphill

Check this out:

Amazing, right?  I saw this on NPR.org

Sugihara uses no editing tricks. His props are cardboard and glue, no special effects. All he does is find the precise angle where our brain assumes an impossible act. In this case, he chooses the angle that makes down-sloping planes look like up-sloping planes.

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About Just Vegas

I'm a 30-something married SAHM which means the nightmare scenario that plagued my early 20's has become reality. Funny thing is, I kinda like it. I have 3 lovely daughters who are educated at home and at a part-time alternative school. I love animals and I love people (in the general sense, not everybody all the time). I have no income to speak of, I'm not crafty and I hate cooking. My skills include reading the internet, watching tv on the internet and conversing with people on the internet. I'm an armchair philosopher, spiritualist, agnostic, feminist, liberal, activist, political pundit and tv critic.
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3 Responses to This Guy’s Balls Roll Uphill

  1. GiGi says:

    Weird. Our brains are so interesting.

  2. Mario Saccoccio says:

    Reminds me of Julian Beever’s art…scroll down to his sidewalk chalk art.

    http://users.skynet.be/J.Beever/pave.htm

  3. Mel says:

    That’s a trip. I want to make one.

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