You can raed nnsecneoe wiintrg!

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« on: 19/06/2007 14:24:43 »
OK,

So you can udstaenrnd fdwraors wintirg, but did you konw taht you can aslo rinescgoe wtiinrg taht is all jmelubd up? Alpatpenry, all you rrqieue are the itaiinl and utmalite ltreets to be in the ccrreot pcale and you wlil flluy utnseardnd the steannce! If is dnseo't wrok, tehn you wlil not hvae the fteisant ieda of waht I've been tilkang aubot!

It's a rhgit bstraad to wtrie tguohh!

But how deos it wrok? 

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« Reply #1 on: 19/06/2007 14:38:04 »
I dno't konw how it wrkos, but I torhuholgy ejnoy dinog it to hbuby and the kdis.  It anoyns tehm so mcuh!  I hvae to do smeohintg to asume mslyef!

Yuore rhgit, it is a baasrtd to wtrie!
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« Reply #2 on: 19/06/2007 14:46:28 »

Pblssioy!
« Last Edit: 19/06/2007 15:24:09 by dentstudent »

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« Reply #3 on: 19/06/2007 15:06:43 »
Oy vey!!!  I could read it, but it made my brain and eyes have to work too hard! [:)]
« Last Edit: 19/06/2007 15:13:12 by Carolyn »
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« Reply #4 on: 19/06/2007 15:10:24 »
It's amazing though, eh?

There is also backwards listening. If you play whole sentences backwards, it's very difficult to understand them. If you play the sentences again, but with each individual word backwards, then this is more understandable. If you do it again, but reverse each syllabul of the word, it becomes clearer still. The shorter the period reversed, the more understandable it becomes, even though it is still all backwards!

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« Reply #5 on: 19/06/2007 15:14:37 »
Backward listening?  Sounds intersting....I'll have to give that a try.
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« Reply #6 on: 19/06/2007 15:43:48 »
The bairn is an ainmazg thnig, bcusae it rocenizges the frist and lsat lteter of a wrod, and tehn the rset, and ptus the rset tgethoer.

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« Reply #7 on: 19/06/2007 16:28:17 »
it's easier to read if you don't look too closely at each word. just read it really fast

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« Reply #8 on: 19/06/2007 18:28:24 »
It is something I remember studying when taking early childhood classes..It is remarkable really!

"Life is not measured by the number of Breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away."

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« Reply #9 on: 20/06/2007 22:02:20 »
The fact that you can read the half-writing is explained by Gestalt theory. If given a series of dots that form a circle, your brain will recognize it as a circle, not just a series of dots. It's the same with half-letters. Your brain will supply the other half of what you see.

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« Reply #10 on: 24/06/2007 11:38:08 »
There is a lot of so-called  'redundancy' in language to make it robust - so you can use it in a high wind or on the factory floor.
You can        out           words       sentence and it will  still                sense.
And you can read between the lines, too.