Things are often not like you think they are

by | Oct 24, 2009 | Business Experiences

Today we visited “Experyment” in Gdynia with friends. A place where they explain all kind of daily things in a very understandable way. One of the experiments I really like. See the picture and answer this question: Who is the tallest boy? Read further for the answer.

This experiment shows that things are not always like you think they are. Our eyes, ears and mind mix things up. Also the behaviour of others is not always with clear and even honest intentions. On one hand this makes life challenging but meanwhile difficult as well. It makes our world less predictable than it could be. It makes that you can just not trust everybody and to me that is a real pity.

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