BLOG: Pareidolia

Sometimes what you think you see isn't—See?

Guess what. The Man in the Moon, isn't. Never was. That mysterious face on Mars a few years ago, wasn't. Why do we see what we think we see when it isn't? "Pareidolia," a psychological phenomenon in which the mind perceives a familiar pattern where none actually exists. Think of it as Nature's way of saying "April Fools Day."—LINK