People on the street are fooled by the
Beuchet Stuhl chair optical illusion
Watch a 60 minute BBC program on how illusions (both optical illusions and others) trick our senses. As the program says, "Even when we know how they work, we can still be fooled."
Couldn't this be true about other things that we know are true? And even if we're smart enough to know how our minds can be fooled by other types of non-visual illusions, doesn't this mean we can still be fooled by them?
BBC Horizon 2010 Is Seeing Believing
Learn more about the program: "Is Seeing Believing?" at the BBC>>