Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Find the man between the coffee beans.

Wow, two blog entries. I'm really cool. But I just saw this and now have a clinical explanation as to why I am not a good go player. My right brain is a mess.

Apparently, if you can find the man within 3 seconds, your right brain is functioning better than most. It's functioning normally if between 3 seconds and one minute. You need more protein if it takes from 1 to 3 minutes, and your right brain is an absolute mess if it takes longer. The only advice at that point is to do more of these types of exercises in order to strengthen the right side of the brain.

Well, I tried for 3 minutes or so and didn't find it until a friend pointed it out. I'm not going to provide spoilers as to my search method but, in the end, it doesn't matter because I failed. Being vegan, I suspect I may possibly require more protein in my diet. And I also suspect that playing go could assist in developing my brain since it's so pattern and shape oriented. Very interesting stuff.


Anonymous said...

took me forever to find it. I had no idea it was an actual photo of a man's head. I thought it was some stupid patten in the beans. Sometimes we are just too smart for our own good.

Anonymous said...

Please email to let me know where this man is. It is driving me crazy!

Anonymous said...

I found it rather quickly but the picture I was looking at was a little bigger than the one posted here.

Fat Bold Cyclop said...

Me and my friend are sitting at one desk next to each other.

I showed him the picture after I couldn't find the solution for 2 minutes. He spotted it in a second.

Life is so unfair.... ;-)

Thanks for the riddle.

igi said...

hehe it was very easy for me xD
i found the man in the first or second second
I can't understand how can some1 look for the man for 3 min and not find it :O

Anonymous said...

Wow ... I found it within 10 sec ... not 3 though ... [:D] ... btw, me Diptansu [:p]

Anonymous said...

Wow! I found it within 3 days. most brilliant, I would say! John

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