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    Engineer Makes Twitter Users All Around Globe Shake Their Heads With New Trick

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    A scientist from New Zealand has mixed two things netizens seem to love most – riddles and cats – presenting a new optical illusion on her social media account. While some enjoyed the trick, activated by shaking one’s head, others used it to puzzle co-workers.

    Nanotech engineer Dr Michelle Dickinson has posted a picture, resembling just black and white stripes, suggesting that there’s something more to these lines. To comprehend it, she says, one simply needs to shake his or her head.

    ​The post has already gained several hundred comments and re-tweets. Those whom she got on board revealed below the pic that it was nothing more than a cat. The temptation to solve the mystery themselves was too great for the fear of public embarrassment to stop them.

    ​However, some commentators suggested an easier way of finding out what the optical illusion hides without appearing foolish.

    ​Others suggested they didn’t even need the shaking bit.

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    ​Still others wanted to take it further than just headshaking.


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