Scenarios and games involving perspective such as the cube of fire, a distorted chair, the Ames room , and a dining table. Jason travels the world to see how the belief in God may be implanted into our brains. One Strange Rock Genius: Search What are you looking for?
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Retrieved 28 January Optical illusions highlight how powerful our minds can really be. An experiment where folks end up finding differences among identical items.
Explains how much stress you can handle before you "collapse" under pressure. How fear plays into your perceptions on ganes. Games involving color swatches, putting together pieces to make a shape, following directions on a list, matching faces of people, and packing a trunk. We're going to brsin with your mind as we put you through a series of games and experiments designed to show you why a yawn is so contagious, how imitation leads to flattery and how to discover whether your brain is a born leader ' or a born follower.
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Volunteers go into a dark room and encounter creepy things. Retrieved 19 June We put this to the test with a little go-cart experiment.
Watch how easily your brain falls for various scams. Trick questions that can be answered if the person slows down to think about it.
Highlights our misconception that your brain is able to focus on everything important at any given time. Neil Patrick Harris was the unseen narrator in the first season, replaced by Jason Silva for the remainder of the series as its host and presenter; in addition, sleight-of-hand artist Apollo Robbins has been a frequent consultant and illusionist guest on the show.
National Geographic announced that the show would return as a 2-hour live event in the fall of Jason and some volunteers play a game that uses gestures, grunts, and tames language of our ancestors—to communicate.
How marketers and advertisers manipulate your brain to persuade you. We test a group of dancer's time perception as they undergo different scenarios. Follow Photos Brain Games: You need to gamea or update your flash player.
Retrieved March 21, Watch how humans fare against animals. Puzzles involving the spinning ballerinaEinstein's mask, and how resizing a picture can make it look like two different people. Retrieved March 13, geographiv And it's time to put that computer to the ultimate test.