Friday, 24 August 2012

The Dolphin Test

The Dolphin Test
Scientists do not yet fully understand how this test works, but it is amazingly accurate.  Read the full  description before looking at the picture.
The photo below shows two almost completely identical dolphins.  It is used at St. Mary's Hospital in London to test patient stress levels.
Look carefully at the two dolphins leaping out of the water.  To most normal people, they are identical in almost every detail.
A closely  monitored scientific study at St. Mary's revealed that, in spite of the fact that the two dolphins are almost completely identical, a person under stress is able to perceive even very minor differences between them.
The study showed that the more differences a person finds between the two dolphins, the more stress that  person is experiencing.
Now, look closely at the  photograph below.  According to the study, if you find more than one or two differences you probably need to take a holiday and get some rest, or get some professional help.

Fortunately, I did not find any differences,
so I am okay.
Taken from : An email from a cousin


  1. Do I have an even bigger problem when the screen is simply blank? I have clicked all over the frame without any sight of even one dolphin!

  2. Hahahaha, can you see the picture?