Analysis: Yanny, Laurel and why our brains struggle with ‘ambiguity illusions’

It’s an epic auditory insult. Akin to: I say tomato and you say “blow it out your ear.” I just listened to the new amazing illusion, in which about half of the denizens of my current café hear a voice say “Yanny” whereas I clearly hear “Laurel.”

It’s a magical-seeming deception that seems innocent …
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